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Implementation of AB 1575 - Parents please read...

Prohibition Against the Imposition of Student Fees Improving Upon the District's Implementation of AB 1575

1. School Supply List:

Please note that you or your student is not required to purchase, donate, or contribute any of the requested items on the school supply list.  Additionally, no student will be denied from participating in any classroom activity if he or she chooses not to purchase, donate, or contribute any requested item(s).  However, if you voluntarily decide to purchase, donate or contribute any item in any quantity of the requested supplies and provide them to your student's teacher(s), the supplies will be shared equally among all the students in the class in order for each student to participate in the planned, fun, academic activities.


2. Athletics:
Please  note that your student  is not required to purchase, donate, or contribute any portion of the team's costs as a condition of participation on an athletic team.   Additionally, no student will be denied the opportunity to participate on an athletic team if he or she chooses not to purchase, donate, or contribute any portion of the team's expenses or if he or she chooses not to participate in any fundraising event(s).


3. Field Trips:
Please  note that you or your student is not required to purchase, donate, or contribute any  portion of the costs for the field trip. Additionally, no student will be denied from participating in the field trip if he or she chooses not to purchase, donate, or contribute any portion of the costs for the field trip.  However, if you voluntarily decide to purchase, donate, or contribute any portion of the costs for the field trip, your purchase, donation, or contribution will be applied to the overall budget for all students to participate in this year's [insert tvpe of trip].

Additionally,  the staff is scheduling fund raising events in which you and/or your student will have the option to participate  to help facilitate each student's attendance.   No student will be denied attendance to the field trip if he or she chooses not to purchase, donate, or contribute in any of the fundraising  event(s).

Booster Webstore

The Athletic Booster Club kindly provides a webstore so that parents can purchase items that the school is no longer permitted to offer due to state/district regulations.

A list of these items for sale includes:

  • Athletic Booster Memberships
  • Athletic Booster Donations
  • Crab Feed Tickets 
  • Spirit Wear
  • Individual Team Donations

News

1/16/18
 

With course selections for the 2018-19 school year coming up soon, freshmen students and their parents may want to review this PDF document describing the district's innovative Creative Arts Honor Roll program. 

 

The honor roll is available to graduating seniors who stay successfully enrolled in the visual and performing arts during their high school years. In order to plan their course selections, freshmen should read about the benefits of the program, and requirements to stay eligible.

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1/16/18


Participating students have a chance to win generous scholarship money!  Find more info on the Lions club website at http://www.ssf2.bravesites.com/

 

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1/15/18

College Park community, we had a traumatic injury this past Wednesday.

 

Everyone's friend, 16 year old College Park High School Falcon sophomore Ryan Joseph, son of Castro Valley High School and UC Berkeley Alum and Kristin Joseph and De La Salle Hall of Famer and Grinnell College Alum Tom Joseph, suffered a life-changing C4 spinal cord injury in a JV wrestling match this past Wednesday, January 10th, 2018.  Ryan is currently paralyzed from the neck down and requires assistance breathing.  Hopes and prayers are for Ryan to have a speedy recovery and one day regain mobility for independent living.  Ryan is being well-treated at the John Muir Trauma ICU in Walnut Creek. Unfortunately, he is unable to receive visitors at this time, but cards are welcome.  

 

Ryan is well-known by friends, teachers and coaches for his charm, exceptional wit and humor.  His family gives heartfelt thanks for the kindness and support they have received from the many communities Ryan has touched at College Park, Pleasant Hill Middle School where his sister is an 8th grader, and Pleasant Hill Elementary School.  Special thanks to his beloved CP wrestling team where he was a first year JV at 160 pounds, and his CP lacrosse team where he was a freshman JV captain face-off midfielder.  A loyal Golden State Warriors fan, Ryan admires Andre Iguodala for his selflessness, intelligence and willingness to help in any way.  

 

A Go Fund Me for Ryan has been started to help support his family with medical expenses, rehabilitation and home accessibility.  Please help support Ryan in his time of need using the link below:

 

https://www.gofundme.com/help-our-teammate-ryan

 

The family may be contacted through Ryan’s uncle Mike Halket at helpryanjoseph@gmail.com

 

Go Falcons!  

 

*Ryan's dad Tom Joseph coached at De La Salle and his uncle Mike Halket was a  wrestling coach at Dublin HS.

 

Jim Keck

Department Chair Physical Education

Athletic Director

College Park High School

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