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BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHT is September 18th
You are cordially invited to attend Back-to-School Night at College Park High School, A California Distinguished School,  from 6:30-8:30pm. There will be a welcome in the large gym from 6:30 to 6:45pm followed by classroom visitation fro... Continue
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Published: 9/12/14

College Park students have the opportunity to participate in numerous and diverse school clubs. Please click on the Students Tab of the website to obtain a detailed listing of the clubs that are offered this school year. Continue
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Published: 9/10/14

2014 Online EAP Status Check is Now Available for Students

The 2014 Online EAP Status Check service is up and running at http://www.csumathsuccess.org/eap_results. Please encourage seniors to use this tool to determine their EAP status and find out what steps they need to take to prepare for the CS... Continue
Posted by: Web master
Published: 9/9/14

Falcon Flyer-Friday Edition

Please sign up to volunteer to help with student ID card distribution!
We need volunteers to help distribute student ID cards during the lunch periods on Mon., Sept. 15 and Tues., Sept. 16 from 11:45am to 1:00pm.

We need four volunteers each day. If you can help one day or both, please sign up using the link listed below.

Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:
1. Click this link to go to our invitation page on VolunteerSpot.
2. Enter your email address. (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot.)
3. Sign up! Choose your spots. VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!

Note: VolunteerSpot does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact me and I can sign you up manually.

Back to School Night
Back to School Night will be held on Thurs., Sept. 18 from 6:30 to 8:30pm. There will be a welcome in the large gym from 6:30 to 6:45 followed by classroom visitation from 7:00 to 8:30. Click here for more information.

We look forward to seeing everyone there!

Loma Vista Adult Center is offering Night School
If you are a senior that needs to make up credits, please see your administrator in Student Services. 
The fall session for night school begins Sept. 15-Dec. 12 on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:45-6:00pm.

Students must bring an application signed off by their administrator to the Loma Vista Adult School Center. 

Juniors are eligible to apply and will be admitted based on availability. 

College Application and Essay workshop
Get a head start on your applications with the College Application and Essay Workshop, Thurs., Sept. 25 from 2:45-5:00pm in the Career Center.

The cost is $70 if registration if completed before Sept. 15, and $75 after Sept. 15. Students will leave this workshop with several good topic ideas for their essays, tips to make their writing original, compelling and memorable, plus a strategy to organize and prioritize their college applications.

Click here to download an information sheet/registration.

This is a fundraising event for the Career Center; a percentage of the proceeds will be donated to the Center.

Scholarship Fair on Sept. 18
The Infinite Scholars Program will be holding a Scholarship Fair on Thurs., Sept. 18 at the Solano Community College Vallejo Center (5:30-7:30pm).

The fair is FREE to attend and open to any high school student, counselor or parent. Participating colleges are encouraged to waive their application fees at our fairs.
The Infinite Scholars Program has been conducting college/scholarship fairs for the past 12 years in 24 locations around the country. Unlike most college fairs where students come to learn about program offerings, our fairs focus on scholarship opportunities. Our participating colleges and universities come prepared to talk about scholarships and many award admission and scholarships on the spot. Students are asked to bring several copies of their transcripts, test scores, resumes, and letters of recommendation so that colleges and universities can seriously discuss their qualifications and make offers at the fair.
Students can pre-register for the fair at www.infinitescholar.org and qualify to win a $1,000 scholarship. Click here for an informational flyer.

Choir Café Open MIC Nite
Do you like to sing, solo or in a group? Well then, we have just the thing for you: the CPHS Choir Café Open MIC Night. 

The performance is Fri., Sept. 26 and auditions are Thurs., Sept. 18 in M-2. Please have sheet music or a karaoke track prepared. Signup sheets are in SSN.

Want to be in the Homecoming Rally?
Are you interested in being in this year's Homecoming Rally? Well, here's your chance. 

Come to Student Services North and sign up to show off your talent or to participate in the class dance/skit. Sign ups are until Fri., Sept.19.

Class of '64 reunion
College Park's Class of 1964 is holding its 50th reunion on Sat., Sept. 20 at the Contra Costa Country Club.

No tickets will be available at the door, so please click here for a flyer and information on purchasing tickets.

Upcoming college visits
Mon., Sept. 22 7:55am Oregon State
  1:55pm St Mary's College
Thurs., Sept. 25 8:55am CA College of the Arts
  10:10am Mills College
  12:45pm Marines NROTC
11th & 12th grades
Fri., Sept. 26 8:55am Arizona State
  10:10am Linfield College

First Grad Nite meeting
Although the school year has just begun, preparations for our Senior Grad Nite are under way!

Our first meeting will be on Thurs., Sept. 25 at 7:00pm in the school library. Grad Nite celebrates the class of 2015 with a fun, safe and sober event. This all-night party will be held immediately following graduation on June 9.

We need underclass and senior parent volunteers to chair and co-chair several of our committees, bring a friend and co-chair a committee together or join an existing committee, get involved now and be a part of planning this fabulous event!

For additional information come to our meeting on Sept. 25! We need and encourage parents of all grade levels to volunteer in any committee!  

For more information contact Denise Getty at denise.getty@nordsonmarch.com or Debbie Hunter at debbie@rsh-mail.com. Thank you and see you there!

Calling all old tuxedos & long black dresses
Do you (or does someone you know) have formal performance attire that is just sitting in a closet somewhere?

Get it out of your closet and into ours by donating it to College Park Instrumental Music Boosters. We're creating a closet of formalwear for our musicians to check out each school year and we could use any and all donations of performance attire that you are no longer using.

We'll take any tuxedo parts: jacket, pants, shirts, bowties & cummerbunds. Dresses need to be floor-length and black. Whatever you donate will get a new life with a young musician. (The extra closet space is yours to keep!)

Mock SAT/ACT on Sept. 27
Seniors and Juniors: The first mock SAT/ACT of the year will be offered on Sat., Sept. 27 from 9:00am-1:00pm in the Career Center and MU.

The cost is $15 to defray custodial charges. Sign up through the CPHS web store or in the Career Center. Students on free/reduced lunch can take the test for no charge.

Jump Start College Tour is a free event
Jump Start College Tour is a free event that is open to all high school and college students, as well as parents and counselors. It is being put on by the Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF). Click here to download an informational flyer.

Its purpose is to provide information on scholarships, leadership training, financial literacy and professional development to excel on campus and beyond.
  • WHERE: California State University, East Bay (CSUEB)
    Multipurpose Room, University Union
    25800 Carlos Bee Boulevard, Hayward, CA 94542
  • WHEN: Saturday, September 27, 2014
    9:00am Registration
    9:30am-4:00pm Sessions
    Lunch provided for all participants
Registration is required for this event. To RSVP, visit www.apiasf.org. For questions email info@apiasf.org or call the CSUEB Student Service Operation for Success Office at (510) 885-7767.

10th Annual Community Service Day
Pleasant Hill's tenth annual Community Service Day is on Sat., Sept. 27. It's a great day to give back to our community.

The event begins at 7:30am at Pleasant Hill Park on Gregory Lane. For being a volunteer you receive:
  • FREE! Pancake breakfast by the PH Lions Club( 7:30- 9:00am)
  • FREE! T-Shirt and other giveaways (1st 600 Volunteers)
CSD is organized by the Pleasant Hill Civic Action Commission. Click here to download a flyer or click here to visit the CSD wbpage.

SAT & ACT Bootcamp opportunities at CP
The College Park PTSA has partnered with Catalyst to offer SAT and ACT Bootcamps this fall.

A portion of the proceeds from these Bootcamps will benefit the College Park PTSA.

These Bootcamps are weekend-long seminars that teach test-taking strategies and tips. The ACT Bootcamp is Oct. 18 & 19; click here for a flyer with enrollment information.

The SAT Bootcamp is Sept. 27 & 28; click here for a flyer with enrollment information.

Support FPHE and schools: eat at Magoo's Grill in September!
Head to Magoo's Grill with family and friends for a delicious meal and support our public schools at the same time! 

During September Magoo's Grill of Pleasant Hill will donate 50% of your food order to the FPHE 2013-2014 school grant program! Additional details:
  • Download & present this flyer to your server.
  • Offer includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner (does not include weekly/daily specials or take-out)
  • 1250 Contra Costa Blvd., Pleasant Hill (while heading north, just beyond Ellinwood)
  • Children's menu, activities, and high chairs available.
  • Locally owned Magoo's Grill and its owner, Scott Davis, is a major supporter of FPHE and is a sponsor of FPHE's Pleasant Hill Amazing Race on October 12, 2014
Questions: generalinfo@fphe.org.

Senior parents, come to College Night
Join us for College Night, Wed. Oct. 1, from 7:00-8:30pm in the MU. Mrs. Welsh will talk about the college application process, the different options available, and financial aid.

Bring your student's transcript so you can check eligibility. There will be plenty of time for questions. Students will be getting the application information through presentations in their English classes but they are also very welcome to attend, as are parents of younger students who would like a heads up on what is coming in the future.

Want to learn more about the UC application? Have questions about a particular campus? UC Day on CollegeWeekLive is Oct. 2. Log on to http://www.collegeweeklive.com/ for a live chat opportunity with UC admissions officers.

Reflections 2014-15 Arts Competition
Reflections is the National PTSA-sponsored fine arts competition program.  This year's theme is "The world would be a better place if ..."
Submissions may be made in visual arts, literature, music composition, dance choreography, photography, and film production. For more information, visit the Reflections web site for rules and forms.
The deadline for submissions is Fri., Oct. 31. You can drop off your forms and entries in the office in the Reflections box or with Reflections Chairperson Brenda Calabro-Collins. 

Any questions, please contact Brenda at brendac765@aol.com.

Make an "Appointment with Death"
College Park Drama presents Agatha Christie's "Appointment with Death" in November. Our newly upgraded multi-use room offers better seating and acoustics! Support the performing arts and enjoy this show, directed by CP parent Chrissey McCooey.

The play runs for five performances: November 1, 6, 7, and 8 at 7:00pm and Nov. 5 at 4:00pm. Tickets are $5/students and staff, $8/seniors, and $10/general admission. Group discounts are available. For more information, call Joan Lopate at 925-682-7670 x 3245, or email lopatej@mdusd.org.
In "Appointment with Death," Mrs. Boynton is the tyrannical stepmother who rules her adult children with an iron hand. When she turns up dead, all the characters in and around her family fall under suspicion. Set in Jerusalem and Jordan in 1945, this mystery introduces an ensemble of quirky, international characters and delves into mental illness, colonialism and the dysfunctional family.

Senior portrait deadline
Attention Seniors! The deadline to get your senior portrait taken for inclusion in the yearbook is Fri., Nov. 14. 

If you have not already have your portrait taken, schedule an appointment with Creative Imaging at www.ciphotoca.com. If a convenient appointment date is not available, send them an email from the website. You may also call Creative Imaging at 925-485-6025.

Forgotten items and other FAQs

Not sure where to go if your child forgets his or her homework, lunch, calculator? Not sure what to do if your child forgets his or her sports equipment?


Then check out the FAQs on the Parents Tab of the CPHS website for answers to these and other important issues.   
Today: 9/15/14

Athletic Events

Click HERE to see a schedule of Fall sporting events.

College & Career

Want to volunteer, get a job, apply for college?  

CLICK HERE to view the CP College and Career Center site.

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Follow our Measure C Facility Projects

Due to a restructuring of Measure C bonds in Spring 2012, College Park High School was allocated approximately $6.7 million for projects involving facilities and equipment.  To read a brief introduction to the CPHS Stadium Facility Project, click here.