Saturday, November 4th, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
No appointment necessary. Last tour starts at 3:00 pm. Everyone is welcome:
Future students, parents, siblings, neighbors, realtors, etc.
Cookie donations and Parent Volunteers needed to help with tours on Saturday: Sign up Here!
This is a great way to see what is happening in our classrooms.
Monday, October 23, 2017, 7pm-8.30pm, PHS: Room 30
Admission is free with Online Sign Up!
Register at Eventbrite: Click here to register.
Come spend an evening learning some new tricks and tips for dealing with kids who won’t communicate with you! Mary Eschen is a popular local parenting educator as well as a Life and Parenting Coach. Her entertaining style and energy will put you back in the drivers seat with some new ideas on how to parent. You will walk out of the event with techniques you can put to use right away!
Learn how to:
- Deal with sassy back-talk!
- Get rid of nagging
- Use choices to up the odds your kids will listen to you
- Figure out what to do with kids who tune you out
- Keep calm when things flare up
Flyer: PTSA Parent Ed Talk – Communicating with Teens
6:30-7:15pm PTSA Meeting, 7:30-8:30pm CPM Math Night – Room 30A (come to one or both!)
Come and learn how to support your student in math at our new CPM math curriculum night. Remember when our parents used to complain about “New” math? Well now it is our turn to wine that they just don’t teach math the way they used to. Fortunately, the PTSA has a solution. Our Vice Principal and former math department chair, Kiran Grewal, will lead our CPM Math Night. John McGowan, our Teacher Rep for PTSA, along with some of his colleagues will be supporting Mrs. Grewal to provide an overview of how the CPM curriculum works, how you can best support your student and to answer your questions. Look forward to seeing you there!
We at the PTSA are trying to help ASB pull of a AWESOME HOMECOMING EVENT!! We need a few chaperones, 2 trucks and drivers to pick up games from a church and deliver to Prospect and return them… a group of fun and active people to decorate and a few awesome hosts with a lot of hospitality to serve food to our kids at Homecoming this year!
Sign Up Here to Decorate and Help!
Students want to have FOOD, alot of FOOD at the Dance this year… We are asking for Donations from our parents to help make this happen! Food drop off to the Gym is 530pm Please see sign up for our kids requests! Thank you, PTSA Cristene 408-646-6765
Sign Up Here to Donate Food!
As of September 20th, we have 82 Family and 8 teacher and staff Memberships! Our goal is to have 150 total this year! If you haven’t joined yet, please do, we need your help to support our worthy Panthers! Join Now!
Membership supports our teachers, students and family programs. We have a membership level to suit every need and all donations of $75 or more will receive a free “Building the Pride” T-shirt.
Sept. 12th, Room 30A
Learn how high school works, meet the school staff, learn the best way to communicate with teachers, how to navigate the office, how to get involved and more! Get all your “how the heck does high school work questions” answered!
7:30-8:30 – Prospect Parent Orientation – New this year!
Come to one or both PTSA segments. We have broken them up so that you can come to what interests you.
Come meet your fellow PTSA members along with our booster clubs at Back to School night in the Prospect Gym. We will have a table to answer questions about the Prospect PTSA, hand out PTSA cards for those who have joined and to process new memberships. All who join at the Silver or higher level will receive a free “Build the Pride” Prospect PTSA shirt. If you have joined already come say hello and pick up your shirt!
Go Panthers! Let’s Build the Pride!
Screening of the movie: Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age will play after our PTSA meeting ((with Spanish subtitles))
May 10th, Prospect High School Performing Arts Center
- PTSA Meeting: 6:30-7:15pm
- Screenagers Movie Showing: 7:30-8:40pm
- All parents & students are welcome! FREE advance registration by May 9th (nominal donation to PTSA requested from walk-ins):
The movie is a great way to open the conversation on how our devices can enhance or overtake.
MORE ABOUT THE MOVIE: https://www.screenagersmovie.com/about/
Read this article: Does your family have the 4 key rules to help reduce screen time?
Read a study on the effects of cellphones and children’s sleep.
Screenagers review by Common Sense Media:
ABOUT THE FILMMAKER
Dr. Ruston decided to make Screenagers when she found herself constantly struggling with her own two kids about screen time. This is depicted along with many other stories in Screenagers. Dr. Ruston has won several awards for her work using films to create movements for social change and has been invited to give talks to all types of audiences around the world. Click here to see her full bio.