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Get Your Panther Ornament

We have more ornaments if you missed out!  Order below and we can have it ready for pick up in the main office!  Please email with any questions and if what year you would like:

$16 for 1 and $30 for 2. Sold by our PTSA Student Involvement Committee.

Please select quantity

LIKE, a Documentary on the Impact of Social Media

Join Us! Tuesday Nov. 12th, 7pm in the Prospect PAC

PTSA Meeting held just before from 6:30-6:55pm 

Join us to watch and discuss LIKE, an IndieFlix Original documentary that explores the impact of social media on our students’ (and our) lives and the effects of technology on the brain. The goal of the film is to inspire and help equip us to self-regulate. Social media is a tool and social platforms are a place to connect, share, and care… but is that what’s really happening?

After the movie, our teachers and a student panel will host a discussion on the effects of Social Media in the classroom and in our students’ lives as described by experts in the field.

Many of our students will see LIKE between Nov. 6-8 with discussion in class, facilitated by their English teachers and Mr. Medina’s Video Production classes.

Reserve your ticket(s)!

Watch the Trailer

PTSA General Meeting will be held from 6:30-6:55pm prior to our screening. Please join us to see what else is happening at Prospect.

*Made possible by your donations – Thank you!

New SAT/ACT Practice Test Date Set

Saturday, November 2nd, 2019 – 9am-1pm, Prospect HS – Room 30
More details here!  Donation: $10,  all mock exam registrations include a free score report review session with Revolution Prep our vendor partner.  Flyer

Join the Pride!

Join the PTSA for 2019-20 & Support the Students and Staff for an Amazing School Year! 

New mobile friendly system this year!

Please go Here to join and make a donation to our PTSA!  You will be asked to be a member for $15 and to make an additional donation.  Please be as generous as you are able. Your additional donation helps pay for Teacher Grants, Parent Education Events, Freshman Orientation, and more (see below)!  So please be sure to include your donation along with your membership today and support Prospect students and staff!  Thank you for your support!

Membership + Donations Support:
Parent-School Connection * ACT/SAT Prep * Homecoming Dance * Staff Appreciation * Teacher Grants * Student Scholarships * State Advocacy *   Parent Ed Nights * Open House * Senior Breakfast * And Much More!!

Join and Donate to the Prospect PTSA today! All registrants will receive PTSA membership cards

Welcome to Prospect & the 2019-20 School Year!

Dear Panther Families,

Prospect PTSA would like to welcome you to Prospect if this is your first year and to welcome you back if you are already a Panther Pride family!  Our goals this year are to get more parents and families engaged at Prospect (there are so many fun ways to do this at the high school level), help our families navigate high school, build a community of support for all of our students and to support our teachers and school in their mission of Owning Our Future.

New families, we hope we can meet you at the New Parent Orientation on Monday, August 5th in the PAC at 9am.  If you can’t make it due to work, don’t worry there will be more opportunities to get up to speed through PTSA meetings, Back to School Night and Prospect Communications like the Daily Bulletin and Principal Pinza’s Prospectives Newsletters.

All Parents, we invite you to our joint PTSA and Panther Paws Meeting on Tuesday, August 13th at 6:30pm in Room 30.  This is a great opportunity to learn what PTSA and Panther Paws are, meet other parents, learn what is going on in the fall and how to get involved (at a level you are comfortable with) at Prospect.

Lastly, if you have a question that you would like another parent to answer please reach out to the PTSA.  We take pride in helping our families make a successful transition to high school.  If we can’t answer a question we can connect you with someone who can.  You can reach us at  We are still updating our website and information so stay tuned.

Go Panthers!

Prospect PTSA Team

Recap of Meeting – PTSA Hosts District Trustee Map Proposed Changes

Our Superintendent Dr. Bravo, Trustee Robert Varich and Trustee Stacey Brown all attended and gave an overview of the proposed changes and the process.  As it is hard to get to meetings like this over the summer we wanted to provide with a recap of the meeting.  One of the main questions we had was:

Q: Why is the Board of Trustees deciding on an election map during the summer?

A: Over the past school year, the District has explored transitioning from an “at-large” trustee election system to a “by-trustee area” system, where each Board member must reside within their designated trustee-area boundary, and is elected only by the voters in that trustee area. Under the by-trustee area system, voters would only vote for one seat on the school board.

The California Voting Rights Act (CVRA) prohibits the use of an at-large election in political subdivisions if it would impair the ability of a protected class, to elect candidates of its choice or otherwise influence the outcome of an election. While the District does not believe that its current form of elections violates the CVRA, the Board of Trustees decided to begin the process to transition from at-large to trustee-area elections in May.

During the fall semester, labor partner Campbell High School Teachers Association (CHSTA) encouraged the Board of Trustees to consider moving to a by-trustee system.  Soon thereafter, the Board of Trustees learned that the City of Campbell had received a demand letter from a legal firm alleging that the city’s at-large method of election violates the CVRA. And, on January 15, 2019, Campbell’s City Council adopted a resolution of intent to transition from at-large to District-based Elections pursuant to California Elections Code Section 10010(e)(2).

After further study and in advance of receiving a demand letter, the District passed a similar resolution on May 16, 2019, in part to avoid possible litigation. By law, the process to establish the required election area maps must be completed in 90 days, so the District was required to conduct the process of examing draft election maps during the summer recess.

To see what the proposed maps look like go to:

Thank you to all that attended and if you have further questions please reach out to our Trustees Robert Varich, Stacey Brown at or our Superintendent Dr. Bravo at

Join us! Tues – May 14th, 6:30pm PTSA Meeting & Parent Topic

Parent Topic 7:30pm:
Effective High School Parent-Teacher Communication

Principal Pinza will lead this discussion with a panel of our teachers on effective communication.

Full meeting agenda

Teacher Appreciation Lunch, May 3rd – Food & Help

Calling all Caring Parents – Let’s Spoil our Teachers!  Please sign up to bring one of your family favorite dishes to the Teacher Appreciation Luncheon.  This can be home made or store bought.  Last year the teachers RAVED about what our parents did for them.  Sign Up Here!

SAT/ACT Practice Tests Held at Prospect

May 11th, 9am-1pm at PHS – Full-length SAT/ACT Practice Exams for Prospect HS Students! We have teamed up with RevolutionPrep to provide an opportunity for a student to figure out if the ACT or SAT is the best test to focus on for them. This is the only current on campus opportunity to take a practice timed ACT test.  ($20 donation to PTSA, includes score report review with testing experts to assess specific strengths and areas of improvementRSVP now to reserve your seat!) Scholarships available.  Email


Protect Your Bike! FREE Bike Registration at Prospect Wed. 3/27

  • Who: Any Bike Owner
  • What: Bike Registration & Safety Event
  • When: Wednesday, March 27, 2019 – 1:30pm – 6:00pm
  • Where: Prospect High School – Bike Racks (right after school) & in front of the school

All bikes registered will be included in Bike Index’s database by the serial number. If a bike goes missing, the bike owner can mark it as stolen and if found, can be easily reunited with its owner. Stickers are a convenience but not a necessity; the most important thing is to register your bike.

** If unable to attend the event at Willow Glen Middle School will host an event in the Quad Area, 3:00pm – 4:30pm on Friday, March 29th. WGMS is at 2105 Cottle Ave. in San Jose.**