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April 22

TIP OF THE WEEK: Chivalry is the combination of qualities expected of an ideal knight, especially courage, honor, courtesy, justice, and a readiness to help the weak.  Let us all practice a little chivalry.

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Meatless Monday.  Pesto tortellini with garden vegetables and a roll.

Attention seniors! We’re looking for speakers and name readers for graduation and Baccalaureate. Tryouts are May 2. Sign up in the School Climate office by May 1. See Mrs. Heaton or Mr. Puccinelli for more information.    

Senior Prom Ticket Sales are Tuesday, April 23rd through Friday, May 3rd during brunch and lunch. Bring your money, student ID card and a completed permission slip to the ASB office. Permission slips are on line or in the ASB office.    
    
Attention all senior Mustang athletes playing at the next level:  if you have signed a letter of commitment to a college to compete in a sport, please contact Athletic Director Mr. Lavelle, before May 10th, so we can plan to celebrate this accomplishment with you and your family at the May 22 College Signing Day brunch time event sponsored by the Homestead Athletic Boosters.      

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

The Annual Spring Art Show is at the Adult Ed campus at Vallco, until  May 17, 2019. A reception will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 5:00pm. Please stop by to enjoy the amazing work of our talented students and celebrate our dedicated Art teachers.    


CLUBS
Homestead Mock Trial will be hosting a guest speaker event where Professor De La Torre from Santa Clara Law School will be speaking about her work with law school admissions.  If you are interested feel free to drop by on Wednesday April 24th, at lunch in room L113.    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER    
Seniors:  Community College Events are “Up” in Naviance. Please sign up.

Foothill Events at Homestead.  Application Workshop: Wednesday, April 24th – during Tutorial

De Anza at Homestead.  Application Workshop:  Thursday, April 25th at 3pm

April 12

TIP OF THE WEEK: With testing season upon us, don’t forget the importance of sleep.  If possible, don't have a cell phone, computer, tablet, or TV in the bedroom at night, as the light from the screen interferes with sleep. 

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  BBQ chicken with roasted sweet potatoes.

Hello Homestead! This is the week of ASB elections for the school's ASB cabinet. Voting will be held around campus during brunch and lunch today.  Don’t forget, voting is a great power indeed.    

Senior Prom Ticket Sales are Tuesday, April 23rd through Friday, May 3rd during brunch and lunch. Bring your money, student ID card and a completed permission slip to the ASB office. Permission slips are on line or in the ASB office.    
    
Reverse Verification forms for the 2019-20 school year are due TODAY!  If you are making any changes to your classes, you must return the form to the basket in the main office by noon today!    

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

The Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the Adult Ed campus at Vallco, April 15-May 17, 2019. A reception will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 5:00pm. Please stop by to enjoy the amazing work of our talented students and celebrate our dedicated Art teachers.    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
New Scholarships Arriving!  Seniors: Come to the College & Career Center to get the latest scholarship applications!   

Juniors: College Information is now online and is on the website under the College & Career Center page.  Contact Mrs. Lund with any questions or for individual appointments.
    
 

April 10

TIP OF THE WEEK: With testing season upon us, don’t forget the importance of sleep.  If possible, don't have a cell phone, computer, tablet, or TV in the bedroom at night, as the light from the screen interferes with sleep. 


STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  BBQ!  Cheeseburgers, hamburgers, ribs and vegie burgers.

Attention all students: Don’t forget that all this week is a “Special Bell Schedule” for all grade levels.  Please see the website for the schedule.  Juniors: Please check the advisory list on the website to see what room you will be testing in for the CAASPP test and, don’t forget to bring your student ID cards with you! Seniors: don’t forget about your mandatory meeting on Wednesday at 9:20 am in the Field House!    

The VTA bus schedule for Route 53 this Thursday will be sure to get you to school ON TIME! On Thursday, 4/11, the bus will depart the Transit Center at 10:30 and arrive at HHS around 10:55a.m.  The schedule for today and Friday will not change.        

Hello Homestead! This is the week of ASB elections for the school's ASB cabinet. Please go to the Homestead Cafeteria Thursday during lunch to check out your applicants! Voting will be held around campus during brunch and lunch on 4/11 to 4/12.  Don’t forget, voting is a great power indeed.    

The Registrar’s Office will be closed on Friday April 12th.  Therefore the last day to request an official transcript will be Wednesday 10th in order to pick it up on Thursday 11th. Please plan accordingly.

Missing something? Check the Lost and Found.  All items will be donated to charity on Friday, April 12th.

Reverse Verification forms for the 2019-20 school year are due by Friday, April 12th.  If you are making any changes to your classes, you must return the form to the basket in the main office by April 12th!    

This week, the library will have special hours due to the CAASPP testing schedule. Please check the library website or stop by the library to see the schedule.    

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

The Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the Adult Ed campus at Vallco, April 15-May 17, 2019. A reception will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 5:00pm. Please stop by to enjoy the amazing work of our talented students and celebrate our dedicated Art teachers.    


CLASS NEWS
Seniors, Get your grad night tickets before the price goes up.  Tickets are currently $175 and will increase by $25 on April 12th.  Buy your tickets before spring break.    

Junior Prom ticket sales continue through Thursday, April 11th during brunch and lunch.    

CLUBS
Homestead! Are you smarter than your teachers? Find out at Homestead Econ Club's event TODAY at lunch in the quad! Compete against your favorite teachers in different trivia categories. See you there!    

Creative Bookkeeping will be a holding a used book sale in the quad at lunch today and Thursday. Paperbacks will be sold for $1 and hardcovers for $3. All proceeds will go to the HHS PTSA Scholarship Fund so make sure to come out!    A. Bateman


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
New Scholarships Arriving!  Seniors: Come to the College & Career Center to get the latest scholarship applications!

Juniors: College Information is now online and is on the website under the College & Career Center page.  Contact Mrs. Lund with any questions or for individual appointments.


 

April 11

TIP OF THE WEEK: With testing season upon us, don’t forget the importance of sleep.  If possible, don't have a cell phone, computer, tablet, or TV in the bedroom at night, as the light from the screen interferes with sleep. 


STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  California Fresh! Cod with coconut curry or sweet chili sauce, wild rice and vegetables.

Attention all students: Don’t forget that all this week is a “Special Bell Schedule” for all grade levels.  Please see the website for the schedule.  Juniors: Please check the advisory list on the website to see what room you will be testing in for the CAASPP test and, don’t forget to bring your student ID cards with you!    

The VTA bus schedule for Route 53 today will be sure to get you to school ON TIME! The bus will depart the Transit Center at 10:30 today and arrive at HHS around 10:55a.m.  The schedule for Friday will not change.                        

Hello Homestead! This is the week of ASB elections for the school's ASB cabinet. Please go to the Homestead Cafeteria TODAY during lunch to check out your applicants! Voting will be held around campus during brunch and lunch today and tomorrow.  Don’t forget, voting is a great power indeed.    

The Registrar’s Office will be closed on Friday April 12th.  Please plan accordingly.    

Senior Prom Ticket Sales are Tuesday, April 23rd through Friday, May 3rd during brunch and lunch. Bring your money, student ID card and a completed permission slip to the ASB office. Permission slips are on line or in the ASB office.    
    
Missing something? Check the Lost and Found.  All items will be donated to charity TODAY!    

Reverse Verification forms for the 2019-20 school year are due by Friday, April 12th.  If you are making any changes to your classes, you must return the form to the basket in the main office by April 12th!    

This week, the library will have special hours due to the CAASPP testing schedule. Please check the library website or stop by the library to see the schedule.    

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

The Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the Adult Ed campus at Vallco, April 15-May 17, 2019. A reception will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 5:00pm. Please stop by to enjoy the amazing work of our talented students and celebrate our dedicated Art teachers.


CLASS NEWS
Seniors, Get your grad night tickets before the price goes up.  Tickets are currently $175 and will increase by $25 on April 12th.  Buy your tickets before spring break.    

Junior Prom ticket sales conclude today at the end of lunch.    


CLUBS
Creative Bookkeeping will be a holding a used book sale in the quad at lunch today. Paperbacks will be sold for $1 and hardcovers for $2. All proceeds will go to the HHS PTSA Scholarship Fund so make sure to come out!    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
New Scholarships Arriving!  Seniors: Come to the College & Career Center to get the latest scholarship applications!

Juniors: College Information is now online and is on the website under the College & Career Center page.  Contact Mrs. Lund with any questions or for individual appointments.

April 9

TIP OF THE WEEK: With testing season upon us, don’t forget the importance of sleep.  If possible, don't have a cell phone, computer, tablet, or TV in the bedroom at night, as the light from the screen interferes with sleep. 

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Taco Tuesday! Spicy ground beef or vegan meat with toppings & corn taco shell.

Attention all students: Don’t forget that all this week is a “Special Bell Schedule” for all grade levels.  Please see the website for the schedule.  Juniors: Please check the advisory list on the website to see what room you will be testing in for the CAASPP test and, don’t forget to bring your student ID cards with you! Seniors: don’t forget about your mandatory meeting on Wednesday at 9:20 am in the Field House!    

The VTA bus schedule for Route 53 today and Thursday will be sure to get you to school ON TIME! A bus will leave the Sunnyvale Transit Center on Tuesday, 4/9 at 9:30 a.m. and will arrive at school around 9:55. On Thursday, 4/11, the bus will depart the Transit Center at 10:30 and arrive at HHS around 10:55a.m.  The schedule for Monday, Wednesday and Friday will not change.        

Hello Homestead! This is the week of ASB elections for the school's ASB cabinet. Please go to the Homestead Cafeteria today and Thursday during lunch to check out your applicants! Voting will be held around campus during brunch and lunch on 4/11 to 4/12.  Don’t forget, voting is a great power indeed.    

The Registrar’s Office will be closed on Friday April 12th.  Therefore the last day to request an official transcript will be Wednesday 10th in order to pick it up on Thursday 11th. Please plan accordingly.    

Reverse Verification forms for the 2019-20 school year are due by Friday, April 12th.  If you are making any changes to your classes, you must return the form to the basket in the main office by April 12th!    

This week, the library will have special hours due to the CAASPP testing schedule. Please check the library website or stop by the library to see the schedule.    

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

The Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the Adult Ed campus at Vallco, April 15-May 17, 2019. A reception will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 5:00pm. Please stop by to enjoy the amazing work of our talented students and celebrate our dedicated Art teachers.    

CLASS NEWS
Seniors, Get your grad night tickets before the price goes up.  Tickets are currently $175 and will increase by $25 on April 12th.  Buy your tickets before spring break.    

Junior Prom ticket sales continue through Thursday, April 11th during brunch and lunch.    

CLUBS
Homestead! Are you smarter than your teachers? Find out at Homestead Econ Club's event this Wednesday April 10 at lunch in the quad! Compete against your favorite teachers in different trivia categories. See you there!

Creative Bookkeeping will be a holding a used book sale in the quad at lunch on Wednesday and Thursday. Paperbacks will be sold for $1 and hardcovers for $3. All proceeds will go to the HHS PTSA Scholarship Fund so make sure to come out!    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
New Scholarships Arriving!  Seniors: Come to the College & Career Center to get the latest scholarship applications!

Juniors: College Information is now online and is on the website under the College & Career Center page.  Contact Mrs. Lund with any questions or for individual appointments.


 

April 8

TIP OF THE WEEK: With testing season upon us, don’t forget the importance of sleep.  If possible, don't have a cell phone, computer, tablet, or TV in the bedroom at night, as the light from the screen interferes with sleep. 

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Spaghetti with meatballs and Italian bread.

Attention all students: Don’t forget that all this week is a “Special Bell Schedule” for all grade levels.  Please see the website for the schedule.  Juniors: Please check the advisory list on the website to see what room you will be testing in for the CAASPP test and, don’t forget to bring your student ID cards with you! Seniors: don’t forget about your mandatory meeting on Wednesday at 9:20 am in the Field House!    

The VTA bus schedule for Route 53 thisTuesday and Thursday will be sure to get you to school ON TIME! A bus will leave the Sunnyvale Transit Center on Tuesday, 4/9 at 9:30 a.m. and will arrive at school around 9:55. On Thursday, 4/11, the bus will depart the Transit Center at 10:30 and arrive at HHS around 10:55a.m.  The schedule for Monday, Wednesday and Friday will not change.        

The Registrar’s Office will be closed on Friday April 12th.  Therefore the last day to request an official transcript will be Wednesday 10th in order to pick it up on Thursday 11th. Please plan accordingly.    

Reverse Verification forms for the 2019-20 school year are due by Friday, April 12th.  If you are making any changes to your classes, you must return the form to the basket in the main office by April 12th!    

This week, the library will have special hours due to the CAASPP testing schedule. Please check the library website or stop by the library to see the schedule.    

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

The Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the Adult Ed campus at Vallco, April 15-May 17, 2019. A reception will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 5:00pm. Please stop by to enjoy the amazing work of our talented students and celebrate our dedicated Art teachers.    

CLASS NEWS
Seniors, Get your grad night tickets before the price goes up.  Tickets are currently $175 and will increase by $25 on April 12th.  Buy your tickets before spring break.    

Junior Prom ticket sales continue through Thursday, April 11th during brunch and lunch.    

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
New Scholarships Arriving!  Seniors: Come to the College & Career Center to get the latest scholarship applications!

Juniors: College Information is now online and is on the website under the College & Career Center page.  Contact Mrs. Lund with any questions or for individual appointments.


 

April 5

TIP OF THE WEEK: We’re so busy watching out for what’s just ahead of us that we don’t take time to enjoy where we are.”  ~  Calvin & Hobbes

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Kung Pao Chicken with peanuts and soba noodles.

Attention all students: Don’t forget that all next week is a “Special Bell Schedule” for all grade levels.  Please see the website for the schedule.  Juniors: Please check the advisory list on the website to see what room you will be testing in for the CAASPP test and, don’t forget to bring your student ID cards with you! Seniors: don’t forget about your mandatory meeting on Wednesday at 9:20 am in the Field House!    

The Registrar’s Office will be closed on Friday April 12th.  Therefore the last day to request an official transcript will be Wednesday 10th in order to pick it up on Thursday 11th. Please plan accordingly.    

Reverse Verification forms for the 2019-20 school year are due by Friday, April 12th.  If you are making any changes to your classes, you must return the form to the basket in the main office by April 12th!    

The library will be closed until lunch today due to ELPAC testing. Please plan accordingly.    

Next week, the library will have special hours due to the CAASPP testing schedule. Please check the library website or stop by the library to see the schedule.    

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

The Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the Adult Ed campus at Vallco, April 15-May 17, 2019. A reception will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 5:00pm. Please stop by to enjoy the amazing work of our talented students and celebrate our dedicated Art teachers.    


CLASS NEWS
Seniors, Get your grad night tickets before the price goes up.  Tickets are currently $175 and will increase by $25 on April 12th.  Buy your tickets before spring break.    

Junior Prom ticket sales continue through Thursday, April 11th during brunch and lunch.    


CLUBS
Hello Homestead! HHS Programming Club is proud to announce that the original creator of the PHP programming language, Rasmus Lerdorf, is coming to Homestead for a special talk today at 4:00 in the Auditorium! He will be talking about his experience creating this extraordinary programming language and how it has changed the way websites are developed! Bring your friends as well as your questions!    

Come out to FBLA's guest speaker event today during lunch in A207 to gain insight from business professional, Gene Longinetti.    

Are you tired of living in three dimensions? Want to explore 3.5 dimensions? Come join us in B105 at lunch today for Math Club's second guest talk! Our speaker Mr. Tim Teske has been a software developer for 30 years and currently works at Apple. He is giving an entertaining talk on "Introduction to Dimensions." We hope to see you there!
    
Attention D5170. It’s here!  Interact’s Annual Charity Area 12 Dinner will be held on April 6th from 6 – 9 pm at Fremont High School. Join us for an evening of great food and fun.  Tickets are $13 preorder and $15 at the door. Come out to Interact’s meeting this Friday at lunch in C107, for more information.    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
New Scholarships Arriving!  Seniors: Come to the College & Career Center to get the latest scholarship applications!

Juniors: College Information is now online and is on the website under the College & Career Center page.  Contact Mrs. Lund with any questions or for individual appointments.

Juniors and Sophomores:  Italy’s Motor Study Summer Program will have a table event in the quad during lunch today.  Come find out about this two week summer study in Italy!

April 4

TIP OF THE WEEK: We’re so busy watching out for what’s just ahead of us that we don’t take time to enjoy where we are.”  ~  Calvin & Hobbes

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  California Thursdays. Roast chicken, mashed potatoes, vegetables and a roll.

Attention all students: Don’t forget that all next week is a “Special Bell Schedule” for all grade levels.  Please see the website for the schedule.  Juniors: Please check the advisory list on the website to see what room you will be testing in for the CAASPP test and, don’t forget to bring your student ID cards with you! Seniors: don’t forget about your mandatory meeting on Wednesday at 9:20 am in the Field House!    

The Registrar’s Office will be closed on Friday April 12th.  Therefore the last day to request an official transcript will be Wednesday 10th in order to pick it up on Thursday 11th. Please plan accordingly.    

Reverse Verification forms for the 2019-20 school year are due by Friday, April 12th.  If you are making any changes to your classes, you must return the form to the basket in the main office by April 12th!    

The library will be closed until lunch this week due to ELPAC testing. Please plan accordingly.    

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

The Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the Adult Ed campus at Vallco, April 15-May 17, 2019. A reception will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 5:00pm. Please stop by to enjoy the amazing work of our talented students and celebrate our dedicated Art teachers.    


CLASS NEWS
Seniors, Get your grad night tickets before the price goes up.  Tickets are currently $175 and will increase by $25 on April 12th.  Buy your tickets before spring break.    

Junior Prom ticket sales continue through Thursday, April 11th during brunch and lunch.    


CLUBS
Creative Bookkeeping is collecting your old books for a used book sale benefiting the Homestead PTSA Scholarship Fund. Drop off donations at the library any time before April 5th, and make sure to come out to the sale April 10-11th at lunch in the quad!    

Do you want to learn how to solve a Rubik's Cube? Do you want to get faster? If so, come to Homestead Cubing Club's second meeting today at lunch in B102. We will be going over notation, which is an integral part of learning how to solve.

Hello Homestead! HHS Programming Club is proud to announce that the original creator of the PHP programming language, Rasmus Lerdorf, is coming to Homestead for a special talk THIS Friday at 4:00 in the Auditorium! He will be talking about his experience creating this extraordinary programming language and how it has changed the way websites are developed! Bring your friends as well as your questions!    

Come out to FBLA's guest speaker event this Friday during lunch in A207 to gain insight from business professional, Gene Longinetti.    

Are you tired of living in three dimensions? Want to explore 3.5 dimensions? Come join us in B105 at lunch on Friday, for Math Club's second guest talk! Our speaker Mr. Tim Teske has been a software developer for 30 years and currently works at Apple. He is giving an entertaining talk on "Introduction to Dimensions." We hope to see you there!
    
Attention D5170. It’s here!  Interact’s Annual Charity Area 12 Dinner will be held on April 6th from 6 – 9 pm at Fremont High School. Join us for an evening of great food and fun.  Tickets are $13 preorder and $15 at the door. Come out to Interact’s meeting this Friday at lunch in C107, for more information.    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
New Scholarships Arriving!  Seniors: Come to the College & Career Center to get the latest scholarship applications!

Juniors: College Information is now online and is on the website under the College & Career Center page.  Contact Mrs. Lund with any questions or for individual appointments.

Juniors and Sophomores:  Italy’s Motor Study Summer Program will have a table event in the quad during lunch today.  Come find out about this two week summer study in Italy!

April 3

TIP OF THE WEEK: "We’re so busy watching out for what’s just ahead of us that we don’t take time to enjoy where we are.”  ~  Calvin & Hobbes

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  BBQ Day! Steak burgers, turkey burgers and black bean burgers.

The Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the Adult Ed campus at Vallco, April 15-May 17, 2019. A reception will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 5:00pm. Please stop by to enjoy the amazing work of our talented students and celebrate our dedicated Art teachers.    

The library will be closed until lunch this week due to ELPAC testing. Please plan accordingly.    

Missing something? Check the Lost and Found.  All items will be donated to charity on Friday, April 12th.    

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    


CLASS NEWS
Junior Prom ticket sales continue through Thursday, April 11th during brunch and lunch. Make sure to bring money, a permission slip, and your ID card to the ASB office. Permission slips are on line or in the ASB office.    


CLUBS
Creative Bookkeeping is collecting your old books for a used book sale benefiting the Homestead PTSA Scholarship Fund. Drop off donations at the library any time before April 5th, and make sure to come out to the sale April 10-11th at lunch in the quad!    

Do you want to learn how to solve a Rubik's Cube? Do you want to get faster? If so, come to Homestead Cubing Club's second meeting tomorrow at lunch in B102. We will be going over notation, which is an integral part of learning how to solve.    

Hello Homestead! HHS Programming Club is proud to announce that the original creator of the PHP programming language, Rasmus Lerdorf, is coming to Homestead for a special talk THIS Friday, April 5th, at 4:00 in the Auditorium! He will be talking about his experience creating this extraordinary programming language and how it has changed the way websites are developed! Bring your friends as well as your questions!    

Are you tired of living in three dimensions? Want to explore 3.5 dimensions? Come join us in B105 at lunch on Friday, April 5th for Math Club's second guest talk! Our speaker Mr. Tim Teske has been a software developer for 30 years and currently works at Apple. He is giving an entertaining talk on "Introduction to Dimensions." We hope to see you there!
    
Attention D5170. It’s here!  Interact’s Annual Charity Area 12 Dinner will be held on April 6th from 6 – 9 pm at Fremont High School. Join us for an evening of great food and fun.  Tickets are $13 preorder and $15 at the door. Come out to Interact’s meeting this Friday at lunch in C107, for more information.    

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
New Scholarships Arriving!  Seniors: Come to the College & Career Center to get the latest scholarship applications!

Juniors: College Information is now online and is on the website under the College & Career Center page.  Contact Mrs. Lund with any questions or for individual appointments.

Juniors and Sophomores:  Italy’s Motor Study Summer Program will have a table event in the quad during lunch today.  Come find out about this two week summer study in Italy!

April 2

TIP OF THE WEEK: We’re so busy watching out for what’s just ahead of us that we don’t take time to enjoy where we are.”  ~  Calvin & Hobbes

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Nacho Bar!  Turkey taco meat, nacho toppings and tortilla chips.

The Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the Adult Ed campus at Vallco, April 15-May 17, 2019. A reception will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 5:00pm. Please stop by to enjoy the amazing work of our talented students and celebrate our dedicated Art teachers.    

The library will be closed until lunch all this week due to ELPAC testing. Please plan accordingly.    

Missing something? Check the Lost and Found.  All items will be donated to charity on Friday, April 12th.    

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    


CLASS NEWS
Junior Prom ticket sales continue through Thursday, April 11th during brunch and lunch. Make sure to bring money, a permission slip, and your ID card to the ASB office. Permission slips are on line or in the ASB office.


CLUBS
Creative Bookkeeping is collecting your old books for a used book sale benefiting the Homestead PTSA Scholarship Fund. Drop off donations at the library any time before April 5th, and make sure to come out to the sale April 10-11th at lunch in the quad!    

Are you tired of living in three dimensions? Want to explore 3.5 dimensions? Come join us in B105 at lunch on Friday, April 5th for Math Club's second guest talk! Our speaker Mr. Tim Teske has been a software developer for 30 years and currently works at Apple. He is giving an entertaining talk on "Introduction to Dimensions." We hope to see you there!
    
Attention D5170. It’s here!  Interact’s Annual Charity Area 12 Dinner will be held on April 6th from 6 – 9 pm at Fremont High School. Join us for an evening of great food and fun.  Tickets are $13 preorder and $15 at the door. Come out to Interact’s meeting this Friday at lunch in C107, for more information.    

Hello Homestead! HHS Programming Club is proud to announce that the original creator of the PHP programming language, Rasmus Lerdorf, is coming to Homestead for a special talk THIS Friday, April 5th, at 4:00 in the Auditorium! He will be talking about his experience creating this extraordinary programming language and how it has changed the way websites are developed! Bring your friends as well as your questions!    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
New Scholarships Arriving!  Seniors: Come to the College & Career Center to get the latest scholarship applications!

Seniors admitted to SJSU: Come to the CCC during lunch today.  This is a chance to ask questions to our local representative!

Juniors: College Information is now online and is on the website under the College & Career Center page.  Contact Mrs. Lund with any questions or for individual appointments.

Juniors and Sophomores: On Wednesday, April 3rd Italy’s Motor Study Summer Program will have a table event in the quad during lunch time.  Come find out about this two week summer study in Italy!

April 1

QUOTE OF THE WEEK: “We’re so busy watching out for what’s just ahead of us that we don’t take time to enjoy where we are.”  ~Calvin & Hobbes

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Pasta primavera with parmesan cheese and garlic bread

The Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the Adult Ed campus at Vallco, April 15-May 17, 2019. A reception will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 5:00pm. Please stop by to enjoy the amazing work of our talented students and celebrate our dedicated Art teachers.    

Missing something? Check the Lost and Found.  All items will be donated to charity on Friday, April 12th.    

April 2- 5, the library will open at 11:35 due to ELPAC testing. Please plan accordingly.                

Students: Prom ticket sales are here!  Make sure that you are eligible to purchase your ticket and are not on the delinquency list.  Don’t be a fool, come to school!                        

CLASS NEWS
Junior Prom ticket sales start today and end on Thursday, April 11th. Make sure to bring money, a permission slip, and your ID card to the ASB office. Permission slips are on line or in the ASB office.    

CLUBS
Creative Bookkeeping is collecting your old books for a used book sale benefiting the Homestead PTSA Scholarship Fund. Drop off donations at the library any time before April 5th, and make sure to come out to the sale April 10-11th at lunch in the quad!    

Attention D5170. It’s here!  Interact’s Annual Charity Area 12 Dinner will be held on April 6th from 6 – 9 pm at Fremont High School. Join us for an evening of great food and fun.  Tickets are $13 preorder and $15 at the door. Come out to Interact’s meeting this Friday at lunch in C107, for more information.    

Hello Homestead! HHS Programming Club is proud to announce that the original creator of the PHP programming language, Rasmus Lerdorf, is coming to Homestead for a special talk THIS Friday, April 5th, at 4:00 in the Auditorium! He will be talking about his experience creating this extraordinary programming language and how it has changed the way websites are developed! Bring your friends as well as your questions!                

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
New Scholarships Arriving!  Seniors: Come to the College & Career Center to get the latest scholarship applications!

Seniors admitted to SJSU: Come to the CCC during lunch on Tuesday, April 2nd.  This is a chance to ask questions to our local representative!

Juniors: College Information is now online and is on the website under the College & Career Center page.  Contact Mrs. Lund with any questions or for individual appointments.

Juniors and Sophomores: On Wednesday, April 3rd Italy’s Motor Study Summer Program will have a table event in the quad during lunch time.  Come find out about this two week summer study in Italy! 
 

Last Month's Bulletins

March 29

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Unplug and Connect!  Make a plan to unplug from your electronic devices and connect with a friend or family member at least once a day for 30 minutes or more.

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Stir Fry! Teriyaki chicken & vegetable bowl with jasmine rice and a fortune cookie.

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

Hey Guys! Come out this Saturday at 8:30 am to the track for Cancer Society’s 5K Run/Walk.  All proceeds will to go Cancer Care Point! There will be Jamba Juice and free bagels! We will also have raffles for Bundt Cake gift baskets! Bring your friends and family for a fun Saturday morning and to support a great cause. Tickets for HHS students are $5.

The Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the Adult Ed campus at Vallco, April 15-May 17, 2019. A reception will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 5:00pm. Please stop by to enjoy the amazing work of our talented students and celebrate our dedicated Art teachers.    

Missing something? Check the Lost and Found.  All items will be donated to charity on Friday, April 12th.    

April 2- 5, the library will open at 11:35 due to ELPAC testing. Please plan accordingly.


CLASS NEWS
Seniors, you might be ready to walk down across podium and graduate, but first walk the red carpet at Senior Prom. Our theme this year is A Night in Hollywood, and it’ll be 8pm to midnight on May 24 at Levi’s Stadium! Ticket sales start on Tuesday, April 23.

Junior Prom ticket sales start on Monday, April 1st and end on Thursday, April 11th. Make sure to bring money, a permission slip, and your ID card to the ASB office. Permission slips are on line or in the ASB office.    

CLUBS
Come to the Field House today to listen to Red Cross Clubs guest speaker discuss the Uyghur Crisis.

Hello Homestead! Do you want to know about Nepal and Nepali culture? Then come out to the Nepali Association Club’s first meeting today during lunch at B203. Hope to see you there.    

Konnichiwa! Come out to J-night tonight from 4-6pm in the cafeteria for food, games, and more! A portion of all donations and profits will be going to support earthquake and flood survivors in Japan. Hope to see you there!    
    

Creative Bookkeeping is collecting your old books for a used book sale benefiting the Homestead PTSA Scholarship Fund. Drop off donations at the library any time before April 5th, and make sure to come out to the sale April 10-11th at lunch in the quad!    

Attention D5170. It’s here!  Interact’s Annual Charity Area 12 Dinner will be held on April 6th from 6 – 9 pm at Fremont High School. Join us for an evening of great food and fun.  Tickets are $13 preorder and $15 at the door. Come out to Interact’s meeting this Friday at lunch in C107, for more information.

March 28

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Unplug and Connect!  Make a plan to unplug from your electronic devices and connect with a friend or family member at least once a day for 30 minutes or more.


STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  California Thursdays!  Local broccolini fettuccini with grilled chicken.

Come to the Homestead Winter percussion/ Winter guard Homeshow tonight in large gym. There will be two shows. 6:15pm and 8pm.  Graduating percussion and color guard seniors will get special recognition at start of second show. Only $1 with homestead student ID. 10$ general admission.    

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

Hey Guys! Come out this Saturday at 8:30am to the track for Cancer Society’s 5K Run/Walk.  All proceeds will to go Cancer Care Point! There will be Jamba Juice and free bagels! We will also have raffles for Bundt Cake gift baskets! Bring your friends and family for a fun Saturday morning and to support a great cause. Tickets for HHS students are $5.
    
The Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the Adult Ed campus at Vallco, April 15-May 17, 2019. A reception will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 5:00pm. Please stop by to enjoy the amazing work of our talented students and celebrate our dedicated Art teachers.    


CLASS NEWS
Seniors, you might be ready to walk down across podium and graduate, but first walk the red carpet at Senior Prom. Our theme this year is A Night in Hollywood, and it’ll be 8pm to midnight on May 24 at Levi’s Stadium! Ticket sales start on Tuesday, April 23. We can’t wait to see all your askings!    

Junior Prom ticket sales start on Monday, April 1st and end on Thursday, April 11th. Make sure to bring money, a permission slip, and your ID card to the ASB office. Permission slips are on line or in the ASB office.    


CLUBS
Come to the Field House on Friday, March 29th to listen to Red Cross Clubs guest speaker discuss the Uyghur Crisis.    

Hello Homestead! Do you want to know about Nepal and Nepali culture? Then come out to the Nepali Association Club’s first meeting this Friday at B203. Hope to see you there.    

Konnichiwa! Come out to J-night Friday, March 29th from 4-6pm in the cafeteria for food, games, and more! A portion of all donations and profits will be going to support earthquake and flood survivors in Japan. Hope to see you there!    
    

Creative Bookkeeping is collecting your old books for a used book sale benefiting the Homestead PTSA Scholarship Fund. Drop off donations at the library any time before April 5th, and make sure to come out to the sale April 10-11th at lunch in the quad!    

Attention D5170. It’s here!  Interact’s Annual Charity Area 12 Dinner will be held on April 6th from 6 – 9 pm at Fremont High School. Join us for an evening of great food and fun.  Tickets are $13 preorder and $15 at the door. Come out to Interact’s meeting this Friday at lunch in C107, for more information.
 

March 26

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Unplug and Connect!  Make a plan to unplug from your electronic devices and connect with a friend or family member at least once a day for 30 minutes or more.


STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Taco Bar with turkey taco meat, jalapenos, tomatoes, lettuce, cheese and tortilla chips.

The elections for the school's ASB cabinet are coming up! Please come to A114 during lunch on Wednesday, March 27th if you would like to learn more information about the positions or run for one yourself.  This meeting is MANDATORY if you wish to run for any ASB position.  More detailed information about each position and how to run for office will be given at the meeting. Hope to see you all there!    

CAASPP/CAST Testing will be taking place during the week of April 8 – 12 and there will be a special bell schedule that week.  Please see the web site for the special bell schedule.    

Hey Old Sport! Get ready to party like it’s the 1920’s. The Junior class will be hosting a "Roaring 2020's" Prom on May 17th at the Corinthian Grand Ballroom. Ticket sales start on Monday, April 1st and end on Thursday, April 11th. Make sure to bring money, a permission slip, and your ID card to the front of the ASB office. Go out there and ask your Gatsby or Daisy!    

Homestead!  Make sure to come out to the Winter Guard and Percussion Home Show on March 28th in the large Gym.  There are two shows, 6:15 and 8:00 pm.  See the posters around campus for more information.    

Equestriettes Dance Team Tryouts – Interested in becoming a part of the award winning dance team? Attend the mandatory info meeting tonight at 7pm in the PE classroom! Parent or guardian encouraged to attend too. Tryouts will be held April 9th-April 11th. Check the dance website for more details!    

Hey Guys! Come out this Saturday at 8:30am to the track for Cancer Society’s 5K Run/Walk.  All proceeds will to go Cancer Care Point! There will be Jamba Juice and free bagels! We will also have raffles for Bundt Cake gift baskets! Bring your friends and family for a fun Saturday morning and to support a great cause. Tickets for HHS students are $5.
    
Hey Mustangs!! The very last IDC exchange of this school year is happening at Monta Vista High school on April 5th! If you are interested in experiencing a day as a Matador, fill out the IDC exchange application by March 27th at the end of brunch. Applications can be found on your class facebook pages!

Students! As a reminder, having food delivered to campus through delivery services like Door Dash and others is not permitted at any time.


CLUBS
Hi there Homestead! Come out to Economics Club's meeting today at lunch in B205, Mrs. Heaton's room! We'll be introducing officer applications, playing a fun game, and introducing some upcoming events! We will also be talking about the AP Econ tests so make sue to come if you are taking those!    

Engineering Club will be presenting an introduction to environmental engineering and simulating an oil spill this Wednesday at lunch in B107.

Please join Red Cross Club this Wednesday during lunch for an information fair regarding the Uyghur Crisis. In addition, please come listen to our guest speaker/Homestead student this Friday during lunch in the Field House. Don’t miss this powerful and informative conversation detailing her personal experiences of oppression. We will also be having whiteboard socials at brunch and lunch all week in the quad. Please come support!    

Konnichiwa! Do you want to learn more about the amazing culture of Japan?  Then come out to J-night Friday, March 29th from 4-6pm in the cafeteria for food, games, and more! A portion of all donations and profits will be going to support earthquake and flood survivors in Japan. Hope to see you there!    

Creative Bookkeeping is collecting your old books for a used book sale benefiting the Homestead PTSA Scholarship Fund. Drop off donations at the library any time before April 5th, and make sure to come out to the sale April 10-11th at lunch in the quad!    
 

March 27

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Unplug and Connect!  Make a plan to unplug from your electronic devices and connect with a friend or family member at least once a day for 30 minutes or more.


STUDENTS

Today’s lunch is:  BBQ Day!  Steak Burgers, turkey burgers and black bean burgers.

The elections for the school's ASB cabinet are coming up! Please come to A114 during lunch TODAY if you would like to learn more information about the positions or run for one yourself.  This meeting is MANDATORY if you wish to run for any ASB position.  More detailed information about each position and how to run for office will be given at the meeting. Hope to see you all there!    

CAASPP/CAST Testing will be taking place during the week of April 8 – 12 and there will be a special bell schedule that week.  Please see the web site for the special bell schedule.    

Come to the Homestead Winter percussion/ Winter guard Homeshow on Thursday March 28th in large gym. There will be two shows. 6:15pm and 8pm.  Graduating percussion and color guard seniors will get special recognition at start of second show. Only $1 with homestead student ID. 10$ general admission.    

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!

Hey Guys! Come out this Saturday at 8:30am to the track for Cancer Society’s 5K Run/Walk.  All proceeds will to go Cancer Care Point! There will be Jamba Juice and free bagels! We will also have raffles for Bundt Cake gift baskets! Bring your friends and family for a fun Saturday morning and to support a great cause. Tickets for HHS students are $5.
    
The Annual Spring Art Show will be held at the Adult Ed campus at Vallco, April 15-May 17, 2019. A reception will be held on Thursday, April 25 at 5:00pm. Please stop by to enjoy the amazing work of our talented students and celebrate our dedicated Art teachers.    

Hey Mustangs!! The very last IDC exchange of this school year is happening at Monta Vista High school on April 5th! If you are interested in experiencing a day as a Matador, fill out the IDC exchange application by March 27th at the end of brunch. Applications can be found on your class facebook pages!    

Students! As a reminder, having food delivered to campus through delivery services like Door Dash and others is not permitted at any time.    


CLASS NEWS
Seniors, you might be ready to walk down across podium and graduate, but first walk the red carpet at Senior Prom. Our theme this year is A Night in Hollywood, and it’ll be 8pm to midnight on May 24 at Levi’s Stadium! Ticket sales start on Tuesday, April 23. We can’t wait to see all your askings!    

Hey Old Sport! Get ready to party like it’s the 1920’s. The Junior class will be hosting a "Roaring 2020's" Prom on May 17th at the Corinthian Grand Ballroom. Ticket sales start on Monday, April 1st and end on Thursday, April 11th. Make sure to bring money, a permission slip, and your ID card to the front of the ASB office. Go out there and ask your Gatsby or Daisy!    

CLUBS
Engineering Club will be presenting an introduction to environmental engineering and simulating an oil spill today at lunch in B107.    

Please join Red Cross Club today during lunch for an information fair regarding the Uyghur Crisis. In addition, please come listen to our guest speaker/Homestead student this Friday during lunch in the Field House. Don’t miss this powerful and informative conversation detailing her personal experiences of oppression. We will also be having whiteboard socials at brunch and lunch all week in the quad. Please come support!    

Hello Homestead! Do you want to know about Nepal and Nepali culture? Then come out to the Nepali Association Club’s first meeting this Friday at B203. Hope to see you there.    

Konnichiwa! Do you want to learn more about the amazing culture of Japan?  Then come out to J-night Friday, March 29th from 4-6pm in the cafeteria for food, games, and more! A portion of all donations and profits will be going to support earthquake and flood survivors in Japan. Hope to see you there!    

Creative Bookkeeping is collecting your old books for a used book sale benefiting the Homestead PTSA Scholarship Fund. Drop off donations at the library any time before April 5th, and make sure to come out to the sale April 10-11th at lunch in the quad!    

Attention D5170. It’s here!  Interact’s Annual Charity Area 12 Dinner will be held on April 6th from 6 – 9 pm at Fremont High School. Join us for an evening of great food and fun.  Tickets are $13 preorder and $15 at the door. Come out to Interact’s meeting this Friday at lunch in C107, for more information.    
 

March 25

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Unplug and Connect!  Make a plan to unplug from your electronic devices and connect with a friend or family member at least once a day for 30 minutes or more.

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Pesto tortellini with garden vegetables and a roll.

CAASPP/CAST Testing will be taking place during the week of April 8 – 12 and there will be a special bell schedule that week.  Please see the web site for the special bell schedule.    

Just a reminder that I need your permission slip for Challenge Day ASAP!!!  If you did not receive one and would like to attend, come pick one up!  We are continuing to fill spots so please get yours turned in to secure your spot!  If you have questions, please stop by and see Mrs. Fisher.  First 100 students to turn in their permission slips will be confirmed to attend on Tuesday, March 26th.    

Hey Old Sport! Get ready to party like it’s the 1920’s. The Junior class will be hosting a "Roaring 2020's" Prom on May 17th at the Corinthian Grand Ballroom. Ticket sales start on Monday, April 1st and end on Thursday, April 11th. Make sure to bring money, a permission slip, and your ID card to the front of the ASB office. Go out there and ask your Gatsby or Daisy!    

Homestead!  Make sure to come out to the Winter Guard and Percussion Home Show on March 28th in the large Gym.  There are two shows, 6:15 and 8:00 pm.  See the posters around campus for more information.    

Equestriettes Dance Team Tryouts – Interested in becoming a part of the award winning dance team? Attend the mandatory info meeting Tuesday, March 26th at 7pm in the PE classroom! Parent or guardian encouraged to attend too. Tryouts will be held April 9th-April 11th. Check the dance website for more details!    

Hey Homestead! Come out and support the AVID Class of 2020 on Saturday, March 30th at Applebee’s! We’ll be hosting a pancake breakfast from 7am-10am. Enjoy three generous-sized pancakes, bacon, coffee, juice or milk for just $10 a plate. Proceeds will benefit the AVID Class of 2020. Purchase tickets in room C105.    

Hey Mustangs!! The very last IDC exchange of this school year is happening at Monta Vista High school on April 5th! If you are interested in experiencing a day as a Matador, fill out the IDC exchange application by March 27th at the end of brunch. Applications can be found on your class facebook pages!    

Students! As a reminder, having food delivered to campus through delivery services like Door Dash and others is not permitted at any time.


CLUBS
Hi there Homestead! Come out to Economics Club's meeting this Tuesday March 26 at lunch in B205, Mrs. Heaton's room! We'll be introducing officer applications, playing a fun game, and introducing some upcoming events! We will also be talking about the AP Econ tests so make sue to come if you are taking those!    

Konnichiwa! Do you want to learn more about the amazing culture of Japan?  Then come out to J-night Friday, March 29th from 4-6pm in the cafeteria for food, games, and more! A portion of all donations and profits will be going to support earthquake and flood survivors in Japan. Hope to see you there!    

Creative Bookkeeping is collecting your old books for a used book sale benefiting the Homestead PTSA Scholarship Fund. Drop off donations at the library anytime before April 5th, and make sure to come out to the sale April 10-11th at lunch in the quad!    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
The City of Sunnyvale is hiring for Recreation leaders, lifeguards, and more.   Positions start at $15.21/hour!  If you are interested, please see Sunnyvale staff, at their table in the quad, during lunch today!    
 

March 22

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Most students need between 9 and 9 ½ hours of sleep every night. Many average only 7 hours. Sleep has a strong effect on your ability to concentrate and do well at school. Try to plan your evening to allow yourself to get enough sleep during the week.


STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  BBQ Chicken with roasted sweet potatoes.

The Equestriettes dance team has returned from Nationals with not one, but two wins this year!!!! Please help me in congratulating the girls on their success this past weekend: 2nd place in the Varsity Small Dance/Pom division & and 5th place in the Championship Medium Jazz division!    

Congratulations Homestead Science Olympiad for placing 7th in the Regionals Competition last weekend and congratulations to Reet Mishra for placing 5th in her event in the Regionals.    

Homestead! Don’t miss Movie Night tonight, featuring Incredibles 2 at 5:45 PM, in the HHS Field House. Chipotle + Boba will be available for purchase for $5 each along with awesome snacks. Bring a blanket and your friends from other schools, and join us for a night of fun!    

CAASPP/CAST Testing will be taking place during the week of April 8 – 12 and there will be a special bell schedule that week.  Please see the web site for the special bell schedule.    

Just a reminder that I need your permission slip for Challenge Day ASAP!!!  If you did not receive one and would like to attend, come pick one up!  We are continuing to fill spots so please get yours turned in to secure your spot!  If you have questions, please stop by and see Mrs. Fisher.  First 100 students to turn in their permission slips will be confirmed to attend on Tuesday, March 26th.    

Hey Old Sport! Get ready to party like it’s the 1920’s. The Junior class will be hosting a "Roaring 2020's" Prom on May 17th at the Corinthian Grand Ballroom. Ticket sales start on Monday, April 1st and end on Thursday, April 11th. Make sure to bring money, a permission slip, and your ID card to the front of the ASB office. Go out there and ask your Gatsby or Daisy!    

Homestead!  Make sure to come out to the Winter Guard and Percussion Home Show on March 28th in the large Gym.  There are two shows, 6:15 and 8:00 pm.  See the posters around campus for more information.    

Equestriettes Dance Clinic – Want to dance with the Equestriettes? Come to our dance clinic on Saturday March 23 from 2-4pm in the Field House, and get a taste of what it takes to be on the HHS dance team! Registration and waiver is required. Check out our page on the HHS website for all the details and forms.    

Equestriettes Dance Team Tryouts – Interested in becoming a part of the award winning dance team? Attend the mandatory info meeting Tuesday, March 26th at 7pm in the PE classroom! Parent or guardian encouraged to attend too. Tryouts will be held April 9th-April 11th. Check the dance website for more details!    

Hey Homestead! Come out and support the AVID Class of 2020 on Saturday, March 30th at Applebee’s! We’ll be hosting a pancake breakfast from 7am-10am. Enjoy three generous-sized pancakes, bacon, coffee, juice or milk for just $10 a plate. Proceeds will benefit the AVID Class of 2020. Purchase tickets in room C105.    

Hey Mustangs!! The very last IDC exchange of this school year is happening at Monta Vista High school on April 5th! If you are interested in experiencing a day as a Matador, fill out the IDC exchange application by March 27th at the end of brunch. Applications can be found on your class facebook pages!    


CLASS NEWS

Attention Seniors!  Purchase your Grad Night Party Ticket Now!  Go to www.hhsgradparty.org. Tickets are $175 and prices go up on April 12th!


CLUBS
Hey Mustangs! Want to embrace your inner maker and build a room-sized Rube Goldberg Machine? Come out to the Makers' Society's first meeting today at lunch in room C100.    

TEDxHomesteadHighSchool2019 takes place tonight in the Auditorium from 5-8 pm! Come to hear some of your Homestead peers give talks that are thought provoking, entertaining, and that dive deep into ideas that are not common discourse. Everyone is welcome, so feel free to bring friends too! Check out our Facebook page TEDx Homestead High School for more details. Hope to see you there!    

Hi there Homestead! Come out to Economics Club's meeting this Tuesday March 26 at lunch in B205, Mrs. Heaton's room! We'll be introducing officer applications, playing a fun game, and introducing some upcoming events! We will also be talking about the AP Econ tests so make sue to come if you are taking those!    

Konnichiwa! Do you want to learn more about the amazing culture of Japan?  Then come out to J-night today from 4-6pm in the cafeteria for food, games, and more! A portion of all donations and profits will be going to support earthquake and flood survivors in Japan. Hope to see you there!    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
The City of Sunnyvale is hiring for Recreation leaders, lifeguards, and more.   Positions start at $15.21/hour!  If you are interested, please see Sunnyvale staff, at their table in the quad, during lunch on Monday, March 25!
 

March 21

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Most students need between 9 and 9 ½ hours of sleep every night. Many average only 7 hours. Sleep has a strong effect on your ability to concentrate and do well at school. Try to plan your evening to allow yourself to get enough sleep during the week.


STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  California Fresh! Cod with coconut curry or sweet chili sauce, wild rice and vegetables.

The Equestriettes dance team has returned from Nationals with not one, but two wins this year!!!! Please help me in congratulating the girls on their success this past weekend: 2nd place in the Varsity Small Dance/Pom division & and 5th place in the Championship Medium Jazz division!    

Homestead! Get hyped, because tomorrow, March 22nd, is our 2nd ever Movie Night featuring Incredibles 2! Starting at 5:45 PM, in the HHS Field House, the movie night will feature Chipotle + Boba for $5 each and awesome snacks. Make sure to bring a blanket and your friends from other schools, and join us for a night of fun!    

CAASPP/CAST Testing will be taking place during the week of April 8 – 12 and there will be a special bell schedule that week.  Please see the web site for the special bell schedule.    

Homestead!  Make sure to come out to the Winter Guard and Percussion Home Show on March 28th in the large Gym.  There are two shows, 6:15 and 8:00 pm.  See the posters around campus for more information.    

Equestriettes Dance Clinic – Want to dance with the Equestriettes? Come to our dance clinic on Saturday March 23 from 2-4pm in the Field House, and get a taste of what it takes to be on the HHS dance team! Registration and waiver is required. Check out our page on the HHS website for all the details and forms.    

Equestriettes Dance Team Tryouts – Interested in becoming a part of the award winning dance team? Attend the mandatory info meeting Tuesday, March 26th at 7pm in the PE classroom! Parent or guardian encouraged to attend too. Tryouts will be held April 9th-April 11th. Check the dance website for more details!    

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

Hey Homestead! Come out and support the AVID Class of 2020 on Saturday, March 30th at Applebee’s! We’ll be hosting a pancake breakfast from 7am-10am. Enjoy three generous-sized pancakes, bacon, coffee, juice or milk for just $10 a plate. Proceeds will benefit the AVID Class of 2020. Purchase tickets in room C105.    


CLASS NEWS
Seniors—Applications for the California Seal of Biliteracy are now available. For more information, see the district website, a World Language teacher, or your school’s main office. Applications are available on the district website and are due March 31.    

Attention Seniors!  Purchase your Grad Night Party Ticket Now!  Go to www.hhsgradparty.org. Tickets are $175 and prices go up on April 12th!    


CLUBS
Do you want to learn how to solve a Rubik's Cube? Do you want to get faster? If so, come to Homestead Cubing Club's first meeting today at lunch in B102, Mr. Guevara's room, where you can learn to solve all sorts of cubes!
    
Hey Mustangs! Want to embrace your inner maker and build a room-sized Rube Goldberg Machine? Come out to the Makers' Society's first meeting Friday at lunch in room C100.    

Get TEDdy guys! TEDxHomesteadHighSchool2019 will be taking place on Friday, March 22nd in the Auditorium from 5-8PM! Come to hear some of your very own Homestead peers give talks that are thought provoking, entertaining, and that dive deep into ideas that are not common discourse. Everyone is welcome, so feel free to bring friends too! Check out our Facebook page TEDx Homestead High School for more details. Hope to see you there!    

Hi there Homestead! Come out to Economics Club's meeting this Tuesday March 26 at lunch in B205, Mrs. Heaton's room! We'll be introducing officer applications, playing a fun game, and introducing some upcoming events! We will also be talking about the AP Econ tests so make sue to come if you are taking those!    

Frontier, Homestead's Art and Literary Magazine is hosting our annual writing contest! Submit any poetry or prose pieces you have for a chance to win a gift basket and be featured in a profile on The Epitaph. Visit hhsfrontier.weebly.com for more information!    

Konnichiwa! Do you want to learn more about the amazing culture of Japan?  Then come out to J-night on Friday, March 29th from 4-6pm in the cafeteria for food, games, and more! A portion of all donations and profits will be going to support earthquake and flood survivors in Japan. Hope to see you there!    
 

March 20

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Most students need between 9 and 9 ½ hours of sleep every night. Many average only 7 hours. Sleep has a strong effect on your ability to concentrate and do well at school. Try to plan your evening to allow yourself to get enough sleep during the week.

STUDENTS

Today’s lunch is:  BBQ Day! Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, ribs and veggie burgers.

Homestead! Get hyped, because Friday is our 2nd ever Movie Night featuring Incredibles 2! Starting at 5:45 PM, in the HHS Field House, the movie night will feature Chipotle + Boba for $5 each and awesome snacks. Make sure to bring a blanket and your friends from other schools, and join us for a night of fun!    

Come out to the quad during lunch today to visit the GoGoBiblio, Cupertino Library’s mini-bookmobile, to borrow books or sign up for a personal library card.    

Homestead!  Make sure to come out to the Winter Guard and Percussion Home Show on March 28th in the large Gym.  There are two shows, 6:15 and 8:00 pm.  See the posters around campus for more information.    

Equestriettes Dance Clinic – Want to dance with the Equestriettes? Come to our dance clinic on Saturday March 23 from 2-4pm in the Field House, and get a taste of what it takes to be on the HHS dance team! Registration and waiver is required. Check out our page on the HHS website for all the details and forms.    

Equestriettes Dance Team Tryouts – Interested in becoming a part of the award winning dance team? Attend the mandatory info meeting Tuesday, March 26th at 7pm in the PE classroom! Parent or guardian encouraged to attend too. Tryouts will be held April 9th-April 11th. Check the dance website for more details!    

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

Hey Homestead! Come out and support the AVID Class of 2020 on Saturday, March 30th at Applebee’s! We’ll be hosting a pancake breakfast from 7am-10am. Enjoy three generous-sized pancakes, bacon, coffee, juice or milk for just $10 a plate. Proceeds will benefit the AVID Class of 2020. Purchase tickets in room C105.    

CLASS NEWS
Seniors—Applications for the California Seal of Biliteracy are now available. For more information, see the district website, a World Language teacher, or your school’s main office. Applications are available on the district website and are due March 31.    

Attention Seniors!  Purchase your Grad Night Party Ticket Now!  Go to www.hhsgradparty.org. Tickets are $175 and prices go up on April 12th!    


CLUBS
Do you know what really cranks my gears? When I don't have any ride buddies or know anything about bike maintenance. Ride into the Homestead Cycling Club's first meeting today during lunch in C100 to learn more about upcoming events!    

Do you want to learn how to solve a Rubik's Cube? Do you want to get faster? If so, come to Homestead Cubing Club's first meeting this Thursday at lunch in B102, Mr. Guevara's room, where you can learn to solve all sorts of cubes!
    
Hey Mustangs! Want to embrace your inner maker and build a room-sized Rube Goldberg Machine? Come out to the Makers' Society's first meeting Friday at lunch in room C100.    

Get TEDdy guys! TEDxHomesteadHighSchool2019 will be taking place on Friday, March 22nd in the Auditorium from 5-8PM! Come to hear some of your very own Homestead peers give talks that are thought provoking, entertaining, and that dive deep into ideas that are not common discourse. Everyone is welcome, so feel free to bring friends too! Check out our Facebook page TEDx Homestead High School for more details. Hope to see you there!    

Hi there Homestead! Come out to Economics Club's meeting this Tuesday March 26 at lunch in B205, Mrs. Heaton's room! We'll be introducing officer applications, playing a fun game, and introducing some upcoming events! We will also be talking about the AP Econ tests so make sue to come if you are taking those!    

Frontier, Homestead's Art and Literary Magazine is hosting our annual writing contest! Submit any poetry or prose pieces you have for a chance to win a gift basket and be featured in a profile on The Epitaph. Visit hhsfrontier.weebly.com for more information!    

Konnichiwa! Do you want to learn more about the amazing culture of Japan?  Then come out to J-night on Friday, March 29 from 4-6pm for food, games, and more! A portion of all donations and profits will be going to support earthquake and flood survivors in Japan. Hope to see you there!    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
College Information Night for Juniors and their parents is tonight from 6:00-7:30 pm in the HHS Auditorium.  The presentation will include an overview of UC, CSU and out of state systems.                     
        

March 13

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Be in control. Remember it’s your phone. You decide if and when to send and read texts, so take control!  Consider turning your phone off, setting it to silent or even storing it in the glove box before hitting the road.


STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Oven fried chicken, peas, carrots and corn bread.
    
Happy Battle of the Classes Week, Mustangs! Today is Sports Day. Remember to come out for cheer offs today during brunch in the quad. Tomorrow is Elements Day!    

COURSE REQUEST FORMS DUE: Completed and signed request forms are due to English Teachers or the guidance department by the end of the day today.    

Students - Monday, March 18th is a Teacher Work Day and there are no classes.    
    
Students!  Your first Progress Report for second Semester Grades is available on the Infinite Campus Portal.      

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!        


CLASS NEWS
Seniors—Applications for the California Seal of Biliteracy are now available. For more information, see the district website, a World Language teacher, or your school’s main office. Applications are available on the district website and are due March 31.    

The class of 2021 and 2022 is hosting this year’s annual “bring your friends from other schools movie night featuring...INCREDIBLES 2!” Join us on Friday, March 22nd from 5:45-7:30 in the HHS field house.  Make sure to bring your friends from all FUHSD schools and money for chipotle/tpumps! Presales for chipotle and tpumps, for $5 each, continue today during brunch and lunch in the quad. Limited quantities will be available for purchase at the event. Admission is free.    


CLUBS
Come to the library during tutorial today to hear author Kelly Loy Gilbert talk about her book Picture Us In The Light, which takes place in a competitive high school in Cupertino (sound familiar?) and explores family secrets and how we are all shaped by others. All students are welcome – you don’t need to have read the book to come.    

Frontier, Homestead's Art and Literary Magazine is hosting our annual writing contest! Submit any poetry or prose pieces you have for a chance to win a gift basket and be featured in a profile on The Epitaph. Visit hhsfrontier.weebly.com for more information!    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
The College & Career Center has information on all kinds of summer opportunities and jobs.  Check your school loop email regularly, or come in to find out more.        
    

March 19

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Most students need between 9 and 9 ½ hours of sleep every night. Many average only 7 hours. Sleep has a strong effect on your ability to concentrate and do well at school. Try to plan your evening to allow yourself to get enough sleep during the week.

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Spicy ground turkey with cheese, beans, tortilla chips and salsa.
    
Hey homestead, Indopak's Sapnay is coming up and we are looking for some fantastic MC's to bring the show together.  With over 16 teams performing this year, we are excited for a great show and want you to be a part of it. Interested in trying out? Check the flyers located by the ASB bulletin boards for more information!    

Homestead!  Make sure to come out to the Winter Guard and Percussion Home Show on March 28th in the large Gym.  There are two shows, 6:15 and 8:00 pm.  See the posters around campus for more information.    

Equestriettes Dance Clinic – Want to dance with the Equestriettes? Come to our dance clinic on Saturday March 23 from 2-4pm in the Field House, and get a taste of what it takes to be on the HHS dance team! Registration and waiver is required. Check out our page on the HHS website for all the details and forms.    

Equestriettes Dance Team Tryouts – Interested in becoming a part of the award winning dance team? Attend the mandatory info meeting Tuesday, March 26th at 7pm in the PE classroom! Parent or guardian encouraged to attend too. Tryouts will be held April 9th-April 11th. Check the dance website for more details!    
    
Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

For those of you who have received a Challenge Day permission slip this week, please return it to me ASAP!  There is only a limited number of spots available so bring in that permission slip if you would like to attend this special day!  The first 100 students that bring me their permission slip, will secure their spot!  However, if you did not receive a permission slip and would like to attend, please stop by and pick one up from me in the Main Office.        


CLASS NEWS
Seniors—Applications for the California Seal of Biliteracy are now available. For more information, see the district website, a World Language teacher, or your school’s main office. Applications are available on the district website and are due March 31.    

The class of 2021 and 2022 is hosting this year’s annual “bring your friends from other schools movie night featuring...INCREDIBLES 2!” Join us on Friday, March 22nd from 5:45-7:30 in the HHS field house.  Make sure to bring your friends from all FUHSD schools and money for chipotle/tpumps! Presales for chipotle and tpumps, for $5 each, continue today during brunch and lunch in the quad. Limited quantities will be available for purchase at the event. Admission is free.    

Attention Seniors!  Purchase your Grad Night Party Ticket Now!  Go to www.hhsgradparty.org. Tickets are $175 and prices go up on April 12th!    

CLUBS
Hey Mustangs! Want to embrace your inner maker and build a room-sized Rube Goldberg Machine? Come out to the Makers' Society's first meeting today at lunch in room C100.    

Do you want to learn how to solve a Rubik's Cube? Do you want to get faster? If so, come to Homestead Cubing Club's first meeting this Thursday at lunch in B102, Mr. Guevara's room, where you can learn to solve all sorts of cubes!
    
Konnichiwa! Do you want to learn more about the amazing culture of Japan?  Then come out to J-night on Friday, March 29 from 4-6pm for food, games, and more! A portion of all donations and profits will be going to support earthquake and flood survivors in Japan. Hope to see you there!    

Get TEDdy guys! TEDxHomesteadHighSchool2019 will be taking place on Friday, March 22nd in the Auditorium from 5-8PM! Come to hear some of your very own Homestead peers give talks that are thought provoking, entertaining, and that dive deep into ideas that are not common discourse. Everyone is welcome, so feel free to bring friends too! Check out our Facebook page TEDx Homestead High School for more details. Hope to see you there!    

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
College Information Night for Juniors and their parents is Wednesday, March 20th from 6:00-7:30 pm in the HHS Auditorium.  The presentation will include an overview of UC, CSU and out of state systems.        
        

March 15

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Be in control. Remember it’s your phone. You decide if and when to send and read texts, so take control!  Consider turning your phone off, setting it to silent or even storing it in the glove box before hitting the road.

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Orange chicken with vegetables and brown rice.
    
Happy Battle of the Classes Week, Mustangs! Today is Class Color Day.    

Students - Monday, March 18th is a Teacher Work Day and there are no classes.    

Hey homestead, Indopak's Sapnay is coming up and we are looking for some fantastic MC's to bring the show together.  With over 16 teams performing this year, we are excited for a great show and want you to be a part of it. Interested in trying out? Check the flyers located by the ASB bulletin boards for more information!    

Homestead!  Make sure to come out to the Winter Guard and Percussion Home Show on March 28th in the large Gym.  There are two shows, 6:15 and 8:00 pm.  See the posters around campus for more information.    

Equestriettes Dance Clinic – Want to dance with the Equestriettes? Come to our dance clinic on Saturday March 23 from 2-4pm in the Field House, and get a taste of what it takes to be on the HHS dance team! Registration and waiver is required. Check out our page on the HHS website for all the details and forms.    

Equestriettes Dance Team Tryouts – Interested in becoming a part of the award winning dance team? Attend the mandatory info meeting Tuesday, March 26th at 7pm in the PE classroom! Parent or guardian encouraged to attend too. Tryouts will be held April 9th-April 11th. Check the dance website for more details!    
    
Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

For those of you who have received a Challenge Day permission slip this week, please return it to me ASAP!  There is only a limited number of spots available so bring in that permission slip if you would like to attend this special day!  The first 100 students that bring me their permission slip, will secure their spot!  However, if you did not receive a permission slip and would like to attend, please stop by and pick one up from me in the Main Office.    


CLUBS
Hey Mustangs! Want to embrace your inner maker and build a room-sized Rube Goldberg Machine? Come out to the Makers' Society's first meeting on Tuesday, March 19 at lunch in room C100.    

Get TEDdy guys! TEDxHomesteadHighSchool2019 will be taking place on Friday, March 22nd in the Auditorium from 5-8PM! Come to hear some of your very own Homestead peers give talks that are thought provoking, entertaining, and that dive deep into ideas that are not common discourse. Everyone is welcome, so feel free to bring friends too! Check out our Facebook page TEDx Homestead High School for more details. Hope to see you there!    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
College Information Night for Juniors and their parents is Wednesday, March 20th from 6:00-7:30 pm in the HHS Auditorium.  The presentation will include an overview of UC, CSU and out of state systems.        
 

March 14

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Be in control. Remember it’s your phone. You decide if and when to send and read texts, so take control!  Consider turning your phone off, setting it to silent or even storing it in the glove box before hitting the road.

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Herb roasted turkey with mashed potatoes, green beans and a roll.
    
Happy Battle of the Classes Week, Mustangs! Today is Elements Day. Remember to come out for cheer offs today during brunch in the quad. Tomorrow is Class Color Day!    

Students - Monday, March 18th is a Teacher Work Day and there are no classes.        
Students!  Your first Progress Report for second Semester Grades is available on the Infinite Campus Portal.      

Need help with homework or tutoring in a subject?  Visit the Academic Center!  In addition, Athena is an online digital platform that enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors in the Homestead Academic Center!    

For those of you who have received a Challenge Day permission slip this week, please return it to me ASAP!  There is only a limited number of spots available so bring in that permission slip if you would like to attend this special day!  The first 100 students that bring me their permission slip, will secure their spot!  However, if you did not receive a permission slip and would like to attend, please stop by and pick one up from me in the Main Office.    

CLUBS
Hey Mustangs! Want to embrace your inner maker and build a room-sized Rube Goldberg Machine? Come out to the Makers' Society's first meeting on Tuesday, March 19 at lunch in room C100.    

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
College Information Night for Juniors and their parents is Wednesday, March 20th from 6:00-7:30 pm in the HHS Auditorium.  The presentation will include an overview of UC, CSU and out of state systems.
 

March 12

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Be in control. Remember it’s your phone. You decide if and when to send and read texts, so take control!  Consider turning your phone off, setting it to silent or even storing it in the glove box before hitting the road.


STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Taco Tuesday! Spicy ground beef or vegan meat with toppings and a corn taco shell.
    
Happy Battle of the Classes Week, Mustangs! Today is Tie-Dye Tuesday. Remember to come out for cheer offs today -Thursday during brunch in the quad. Tomorrow is Sports Day!    

Students!  Your first Progress Report for second Semester Grades is available on the Infinite Campus Portal.  If your parent/guardian hasn’t opened their account on the Infinite Campus Portal yet, please urge them to do so today!  See the HHS website for more information.    

The Homestead Academic Center is releasing its new online digital platform: HHS Athena. Athena enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors at the convenience of their phones and laptops. If you want immediate help on any subject, go to our website: https://hhsathena.org/ now or access it from the Student portal on the website! Look out for more information in your classes to sign-up!    

If you have attended a Challenge Day in the past, please consider being a leader at the upcoming Challenge Day on Tuesday, March 26th. If would like to be a leader, please contact Mrs. Fisher in the Main Office or by responding to her e-mail!  Space is limited!    


CLASS NEWS
Seniors—Applications for the California Seal of Biliteracy are now available. For more information, see the district website, a World Language teacher, or your school’s main office. Applications are available on the district website and are due March 31.    

The class of 2021 and 2022 is hosting this year’s annual “bring your friends from other schools movie night featuring...INCREDIBLES 2!” Join us on Friday, March 22nd from 5:45-7:30 in the HHS field house.  Make sure to bring your friends from all FUHSD schools and money for chipotle/tpumps! Presales for chipotle and tpumps, for $5 each, continue today during brunch and lunch in the quad. Limited quantities will be available for purchase at the event. Admission is free.    


CLUBS
Come to the library during tutorial on Wednesday to hear author Kelly Loy Gilbert talk about her book Picture Us In The Light, which takes place in a competitive high school in Cupertino (sound familiar?) and explores family secrets and how we are all shaped by others. All students are welcome – you don’t need to have read the book to come.    

Frontier, Homestead's Art and Literary Magazine is hosting our annual writing contest! Submit any poetry or prose pieces you have for a chance to win a gift basket and be featured in a profile on The Epitaph. Visit hhsfrontier.weebly.com for more information!    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
The College & Career Center has information on all kinds of summer opportunities and jobs.  Check your school loop email regularly, or come in to find out more.    

March 11

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Be in control. Remember it’s your phone. You decide if and when to send and read texts, so take control!  Consider turning your phone off, setting it to silent or even storing it in the glove box before hitting the road.

STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Spaghetti with meatballs and Italian bread with butter.
    
Happy Battle of the Classes Week, Mustangs! Today is Flashback Monday. Remember to come out for cheer offs today -Thursday during brunch in the quad. Tomorrow is Tie-Dye Tuesday!    

Homestead! The class ‘22’s second vlog is now available to watch at bit.ly/VLOG2HHS.    
    
Students!  Your first Progress Report for second Semester Grades is available on the Infinite Campus Portal.  If your parent/guardian hasn’t opened their account on the Infinite Campus Portal yet, please urge them to do so today!  See the HHS website for more information.    

If you have attended a Challenge Day in the past, I would like to invite you to be a leader at the upcoming Challenge Day on Tuesday, March 26th. All you have to do is arrive early to help set up and stay a few minutes later to help clean up & wear a red shirt so that you are easily recognizable. If would like to be a leader, please contact Mrs. Fisher in the Main Office or by responding to her e-mail!  Space is limited!    


CLASS NEWS
Seniors—Applications for the California Seal of Biliteracy are now available. This is a state recognition for high school graduates who have achieved a high level of proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking a World Language in addition to English. Depending on how you will meet the eligibility requirements, you may or may not need to submit an application. For more information, see the district website, a World Language teacher, or your school’s main office. Applications are available on the district website and are due March 31.    

The class of 2021 and 2022 is hosting this year’s annual “bring your friends from other schools movie night featuring...INCREDIBLES 2!” Join us on Friday, March 22nd from 5:45-7:30 in the HHS field house.  Make sure to bring your friends from all FUHSD schools and money for chipotle/tpumps! Presales for chipotle and tpumps, for $5 each, continue today during brunch and lunch in the quad. Limited quantities will be available for purchase at the event. Admission is free.    

Attention Seniors!  Purchase your Grad Night Party Ticket Now!  Go to www.hhsgradparty.org. Tickets are $175 and prices go up on April 12th!    


CLUBS
Come to the library during tutorial on Wednesday to hear author Kelly Loy Gilbert talk about her book Picture Us In The Light, which takes place in a competitive high school in Cupertino (sound familiar?) and explores family secrets and how we are all shaped by others. All students are welcome – you don’t need to have read the book to come.    

Frontier, Homestead's Art and Literary Magazine is hosting our annual writing contest! Submit any poetry or prose pieces you have for a chance to win a gift basket and be featured in a profile on The Epitaph. Visit hhsfrontier.weebly.com for more information!    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
The College & Career Center has information on all kinds of summer opportunities and jobs.  Check your school loop email regularly, or come in to find out more.        
 

March 8


TIP OF THE WEEK:  “Life is like taking a photograph.  Focus on what’s important, capture the good times, develop from the negatives and if things don’t turn out, take another shot.”  (Author Unknown)

 
STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Kung Pao chicken with peanuts and Soba noodles.
    
Course Selection Make-Up Day for Freshmen is today during tutorial in the College and Career Center. If you have not attended the course selection presentation you must attend today. If you have any questions regarding course selection, stop by and speak with the guidance counselors. Completed and signed Course Selection forms are due to English teachers on March 12th -13th for current 9th-11th grade students.    

Homestead! Come on out to IDC Fantastics, a district-wide rally, to support Homestead as we battle against the other four schools in the district. Fantastics is TODAY from 7-9 pm at Fremont High's Large Gym. It will be a great way to warm up to BOTC since there will be rally games, performances, AND TPUMPS ($5). Tickets are $2 sold in front of ASB during brunch and lunch. They are $3 at the door. Make sure to bring your student IDs!    

Mustangs. It's the moment you've all been waiting for...BATTLE OF THE CLASSES! The Battle of the Classes spirit week is NEXT WEEK, March 11 - 15. The theme is Elements! Freshmen are earth, sophomores are wind, juniors are water, and seniors are fire. The first dress-up day is Flashback Monday, so unleash your inner “old trend” self!        
    
What would a Mustang do? With the rainy weather, a lot more students are hanging out inside of classroom always during brunch and lunch to stay dry. If that is you, please make sure that you stay respectful to teachers and staff that may be using the classrooms for meetings, teaching or club activities. Keep the volume down and keep the language appropriate. This has been an especially big problem in Upper C, but all students should remember to act appropriately.
    
If you have attended a Challenge Day in the past, I would like to invite you to be a leader at the upcoming Challenge Day on Tuesday, March 26th. All you have to do is arrive early to help set up and stay a few minutes later to help clean up & wear a red shirt so that you are easily recognizable. If would like to be a leader, please contact Mrs. Fisher in the Main Office or by responding to her e-mail!  Space is limited!    

Students!  Your first Progress Report for second Semester Grades is available on the Infinite Campus Portal.  If your parent/guardian hasn’t opened their account on the Infinite Campus Portal yet, please urge them to do so today!  See the HHS website for more information.    

Every 2 seconds, someone in the United States is in need of blood. Drop by the sign-up table today during lunch or talk to a CSF officer to sign up! All donors get a free T-shirt!    

CLASS NEWS
Seniors—Applications for the California Seal of Biliteracy are now available. This is a state recognition for high school graduates who have achieved a high level of proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking a World Language in addition to English. Depending on how you will meet the eligibility requirements, you may or may not need to submit an application. For more information, see the district website, a World Language teacher, or your school’s main office. Applications are available on the district website and are due March 31.    

The class of 2021 and 2022 is hosting this year’s annual “bring your friends from other schools movie night featuring...INCREDIBLES 2!” Join us on Friday, March 22nd from 5:45-7:30 in the HHS field house.  Make sure to bring your friends from all FUHSD schools and money for chipotle/tpumps! Presales for chipotle and tpumps, for $5 each, continue today during brunch and lunch in the quad. Limited quantities will be available for purchase at the event. Admission is free.    

Attention Seniors!  Purchase your Grad Night Party Ticket Now!  Go to www.hhsgradparty.org. Tickets are $175 and prices go up on April 12th!    

Attention Seniors! Seniors sweatshirts are now available! Order yours in person in front of ASB during brunch or lunch today or online at tinyurl.com/sweatshirtsale19.  The price is $25. If you have already filled out our form online, please bring $25 to the table in front of ASB to pay for your order.    


CLUBS
Hello Mustangs! In honor of National Women’s Day, come out to Martial Arts Club and Women’s Empowerment Ambassadors joint self-defense seminar! It will be held today, from 3:30 - 4:30 in the small gym! No experience is necessary!    

Frontier, Homestead's Art and Literary Magazine is hosting our annual writing contest! Submit any poetry or prose pieces you have for a chance to win a gift basket and be featured in a profile on The Epitaph. Visit hhsfrontier.weebly.com for more information!    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER

The College & Career Center has information on all kinds of summer opportunities and jobs.  Check your school loop email regularly, or come in to find out more.                                

Seniors!  Amazon is hiring for a variety of hourly positions in the Bay Area.  You must be 18 years old. See Mrs. Lund in the College & Career Center for more information.                              
    
    

March 7

TIP OF THE WEEK:  “Life is like taking a photograph.  Focus on what’s important, capture the good times, develop from the negatives and if things don’t turn out, take another shot.”  (Author Unknown)

 
STUDENTS

Today’s lunch is:  Roast chicken, mashed potatoes, seasonal veggies
    
If you have not attended a course selection presentation and need the material you MUST attend a Course Selection Make-up Day: Friday, March 8, 2019 for current 9th grade in the College & Career Center (A108) during tutorial. If there are any questions regarding course selection, stop by and speak with the guidance counselors.         

The Homestead Academic Center is releasing its new online digital platform: HHS Athena. Athena enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors at the convenience of their phones and laptops. If you want immediate help on any subject, go to our website: https://hhsathena.org/ now or access it from the Student Portal on the website! Look out for more information in your classes to sign-up!                

What would a Mustang do? With the rainy weather, a lot more students are hanging out inside of classroom always during brunch and lunch to stay dry. If that is you, please make sure that you stay respectful to teachers and staff that may be using the classrooms for meetings, teaching or club activities. Keep the volume down and keep the language appropriate. This has been an especially big problem in Upper C, but all students should remember to act appropriately.
    

Hello Mustangs! In honor of National Women’s Day, come out to Martial Arts Club and Women’s Empowerment Ambassadors joint self-defense seminar! It will be held this Friday, from 3:30 - 4:30 in the small gym! No experience is necessary!                                                

If you have attended a Challenge Day in the past, I would like to invite you to be a leader at the upcoming Challenge Day on Tuesday, March 26th. All you have to do is arrive early to help set up and stay a few minutes later to help clean up & wear a red shirt so that you are easily recognizable. If would like to be a leader, please contact Mrs. Fisher in the Main Office or by responding to her e-mail!  Space is limited!                            

Students!  Your first Progress Report for second Semester Grades will be available on the Infinite Campus Portal TODAY, if your parent/guardian hasn’t opened their account on the Infinite Campus Portal yet, please urge them to open their account today!  See the HHS website for more information.                        

Every 2 seconds, someone in the United States is in need of blood. CSF will be having sign-ups for the Spring Blood Drive all week in front of ASB. Drop by during lunch or talk to a CSF officer to sign up! All donors get a free T-shirt!
    

CLASS NEWS
Seniors—applications for the California Seal of Biliteracy are now available. This is a state recognition for high school graduates who have achieved a high level of proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking a World Language in addition to English. Depending on how you will meet the eligibility requirements, you may or may not need to submit an application. For more information, see the district website, a World Language teacher, or your school’s main office. Applications are available on the district website and are due March 31st.    

The class of 2021 and 2022 is hosting this year’s annual bring your friends from other schools movie night featuring...INCREDIBLES 2!! Join us on Friday, March 22nd from 5:45-7:30 in the HHS field house.  Make sure to bring your friends from all FUHSD schools and money for chipotle/tpumps! We’ll be hosting presales for chipotle and tpumps for $5 each the week of March 4-8 at brunch and lunch in the quad. Limited quantities available for purchase at the event. Admission is free.                                             

Attention Seniors!  Purchase your Grad Night Party Ticket Now!  Go to www.hhsgradparty.org. Tickets are $175 and prices go up on April 12th!


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
Seniors!  Sunnyvale Little League is looking for volunteers to help set up for the Spring Season.  See Mrs. Lund in the College & Career Center for more information.    

The College & Career Center has information on all kinds of summer opportunities and jobs.  Check your school loop email regularly, or come in to find out more.                                

Seniors!  Amazon is hiring for a variety of hourly positions in the Bay Area.  You must be 18 years old. See Mrs. Lund in the College & Career Center for more information.                            

What will you do this summer?  Check your school loop email or the College & Career Center for opportunities. 


 

March 6

TIP OF THE WEEK:  “Life is like taking a photograph.  Focus on what’s important, capture the good times, develop from the negatives and if things don’t turn out, take another shot.”  (Author Unknown)

 
STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  BBQ day!
    
Homestead is on a special bell schedule TODAY due to the WASC visit and there is NO LATE START TODAY.

Due to the special WASC schedule this week, the Library will be closed TODAY beginning at 1:55 for the remainder of the day.  Please plan accordingly.    

If you have not attended a course selection presentation and need the material you MUST attend a Course Selection Make-up Day: TODAY for current 10th & 11th grade in the College & Career Center (A108) during a special tutorial time 9:30-10:05 AM. Friday, March 8, 2019 for current 9th grade in the College & Career Center (A108) during tutorial. If there are any questions regarding course selection, stop by and speak with the guidance counselors.         

The Homestead Academic Center is releasing its new online digital platform: HHS Athena. Athena enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors at the convenience of their phones and laptops. If you want immediate help on any subject, go to our website: https://hhsathena.org/ now or access it from the Student Portal on the website! Look out for more information in your classes to sign-up!                

What would a Mustang do? With the rainy weather, a lot more students are hanging out inside of classroom always during brunch and lunch to stay dry. If that is you, please make sure that you stay respectful to teachers and staff that may be using the classrooms for meetings, teaching or club activities. Keep the volume down and keep the language appropriate. This has been an especially big problem in Upper C, but all students should remember to act appropriately.
    

Hello Mustangs! In honor of National Women’s Day, come out to Martial Arts Club and Women’s Empowerment Ambassadors joint self-defense seminar! It will be held this Friday, from 3:30 - 4:30 in the small gym! No experience is necessary!                                                

If you have attended a Challenge Day in the past, I would like to invite you to be a leader at the upcoming Challenge Day on Tuesday, March 26th. All you have to do is arrive early to help set up and stay a few minutes later to help clean up & wear a red shirt so that you are easily recognizable. If would like to be a leader, please contact Mrs. Fisher in the Main Office or by responding to her e-mail!  Space is limited!                            

Students!  Your first Progress Report for second Semester Grades will be available on the Infinite Campus Portal TOMORROW, if your parent/guardian hasn’t opened their account on the Infinite Campus Portal yet, please urge them to open their account today!  See the HHS website for more information.                    

Every 2 seconds, someone in the United States is in need of blood. CSF will be having sign-ups for the Spring Blood Drive all week in front of ASB. Drop by during lunch or talk to a CSF officer to sign up! All donors get a free T-shirt!
    

CLASS NEWS
Seniors—applications for the California Seal of Biliteracy are now available. This is a state recognition for high school graduates who have achieved a high level of proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking a World Language in addition to English. Depending on how you will meet the eligibility requirements, you may or may not need to submit an application. For more information, see the district website, a World Language teacher, or your school’s main office. Applications are available on the district website and are due March 31st.    

Unfortunately, the Programming Club guest speaker for TODAY has been canceled. We apologize for the trouble, but please look out for a rescheduled day for this event!                            

HHS Programming Club is hosting a fundraiser at Panda Express TONIGHT. A portion of your proceeds will help the club! Come and show your support!
                                                    J. Shelby
The class of 2021 and 2022 is hosting this year’s annual bring your friends from other schools movie night featuring...INCREDIBLES 2!! Join us on Friday, March 22nd from 5:45-7:30 in the HHS field house.  Make sure to bring your friends from all FUHSD schools and money for chipotle/tpumps! We’ll be hosting presales for chipotle and tpumps for $5 each the week of March 4-8 at brunch and lunch in the quad. Limited quantities available for purchase at the event. Admission is free.                                             M. Amezquita

Attention Seniors!  Purchase your Grad Night Party Ticket Now!  Go to www.hhsgradparty.org. Tickets are $175 and prices go up on April 12th!    HHS PTSA


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER

Seniors!  Sunnyvale Little League is looking for volunteers to help set up for the Spring Season.  See Mrs. Lund in the College & Career Center for more information.    M. Lund

The College & Career Center has information on all kinds of summer opportunities and jobs.  Check your school loop email regularly, or come in to find out more.                                           M. Lund

Seniors!  Amazon is hiring for a variety of hourly positions in the Bay Area.  You must be 18 years old. See Mrs. Lund in the College & Career Center for more information.                            M. Lund

What will you do this summer?  Check your school loop email or the College & Career Center for opportunities. 
M. Lund


 

March 5

TIP OF THE WEEK:  “Life is like taking a photograph.  Focus on what’s important, capture the good times, develop from the negatives and if things don’t turn out, take another shot.”  (Author Unknown)

 
STUDENTS

Today’s lunch is:  Nacho bar!
    
Homestead is on a special bell schedule today thru Wednesday due to the WASC visit. Please note LATE START is on Tuesday, and NO LATE START on Wednesday.    

Due to the special WASC schedule this week, the Library will be closed today from 7:45-9:05 and on Wednesday beginning at 1:55 for the remainder of the day.  Please plan accordingly.    

The Homestead Academic Center is releasing its new online digital platform: HHS Athena. Athena enables students to post questions, files, and images to instantly connect with subject-expert tutors at the convenience of their phones and laptops. If you want immediate help on any subject, go to our website: https://hhsathena.org/ now or access it from the Student Portal on the website! Look out for more information in your classes to sign-up!                

What would a Mustang do? With the rainy weather, a lot more students are hanging out inside of classroom always during brunch and lunch to stay dry. If that is you, please make sure that you stay respectful to teachers and staff that may be using the classrooms for meetings, teaching or club activities. Keep the volume down and keep the language appropriate. This has been an especially big problem in Upper C, but all students should remember to act appropriately.    

Hello Mustangs! In honor of National Women’s Day, come out to Martial Arts Club and Women’s Empowerment Ambassadors joint self-defense seminar! It will be held this Friday, from 3:30 - 4:30 in the small gym! No experience is necessary!                                            

If you have attended a Challenge Day in the past, I would like to invite you to be a leader at the upcoming Challenge Day on Tuesday, March 26th. All you have to do is arrive early to help set up and stay a few minutes later to help clean up & wear a red shirt so that you are easily recognizable. If would like to be a leader, please contact Mrs. Fisher in the Main Office or by responding to her e-mail!  Space is limited!                    

Every 2 seconds, someone in the United States is in need of blood. CSF will be having sign-ups for the Spring Blood Drive all week in front of ASB. Drop by during lunch or talk to a CSF officer to sign up! All donors get a free T-shirt!
    

CLASS NEWS
Seniors—applications for the California Seal of Biliteracy are now available. This is a state recognition for high school graduates who have achieved a high level of proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking a World Language in addition to English. Depending on how you will meet the eligibility requirements, you may or may not need to submit an application. For more information, see the district website, a World Language teacher, or your school’s main office. Applications are available on the district website and are due March 31.    

Hello Homestead! HHS Programming Club is proud to announce that the original creator of the PHP programming language, Rasmus Lerdorf, is coming to Homestead for a special talk THIS Wednesday, March 6th, at 3:35 in the Auditorium! He will be talking about his experience creating this extraordinary programming language and how it has changed the way websites are developed! Bring your friends as well as your questions!

HHS Programming Club is also hosting a fundraiser at Panda Express THIS Wednesday, March 6th, after the speaker event. A portion of your proceeds will help the club! Come and show your support!
                                                    
The class of 2021 and 2022 is hosting this year’s annual bring your friends from other schools movie night featuring...INCREDIBLES 2!! Join us on Friday, March 22nd from 5:45-7:30 in the HHS field house.  Make sure to bring your friends from all FUHSD schools and money for chipotle/tpumps! We’ll be hosting presales for chipotle and tpumps for $5 each the week of March 4-8 at brunch and lunch in the quad. Limited quantities available for purchase at the event. Admission is free.                                             

Attention Seniors!  Purchase your Grad Night Party Ticket Now!  Go to www.hhsgradparty.org. Tickets are $175 and prices go up on April 12th!    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER

Seniors!  Sunnyvale Little League is looking for volunteers to help set up for the Spring Season.  See Mrs. Lund in the College & Career Center for more information.    

The College & Career Center has information on all kinds of summer opportunities and jobs.  Check your school loop email regularly, or come in to find out more.                                           

Seniors!  Amazon is hiring for a variety of hourly positions in the Bay Area.  You must be 18 years old. See Mrs. Lund in the College & Career Center for more information.                        

What will you do this summer?  Check your school loop email or the College & Career Center for opportunities. 


 

March 4

TIP OF THE WEEK:  “Life is like taking a photograph.  Focus on what’s important, capture the good times, develop from the negatives and if things don’t turn out, take another shot.”  (Author Unknown)

 
STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Pasta Prima Vera with parmesan cheese and garlic bread.
    
Homestead is on a special bell schedule today thru Wednesday due to the WASC visit. Please note LATE START is on Monday and Tuesday, and NO LATE START on Wednesday.    

Due to the special WASC schedule this week, the Library will be closed today and tomorrow from 7:45-9:05 and on Wednesday from 1:55-3:15.  Please plan accordingly.    

What would a Mustang do? With the rainy weather, a lot more students are hanging out inside of classroom always during brunch and lunch to stay dry. If that is you, please make sure that you stay respectful to teachers and staff that may be using the classrooms for meetings, teaching or club activities. Keep the volume down and keep the language appropriate. This has been an especially big problem in Upper C, but all students should remember to act appropriately.
    

If you have attended a Challenge Day in the past, I would like to invite you to be a leader at the upcoming Challenge Day on Tuesday, March 26th. All you have to do is arrive early to help set up and stay a few minutes later to help clean up & wear a red shirt so that you are easily recognizable. If would like to be a leader, please contact Mrs. Fisher in the Main Office or by responding to her e-mail!                            

Every 2 seconds, someone in the United States is in need of blood. CSF will be having sign ups for the Spring Blood Drive all week in front of ASB. Drop by during lunch or talk to a CSF officer to sign up! All donors get a free T-shirt!
    

CLASS NEWS
Seniors—applications for the California Seal of Biliteracy are now available. This is a state recognition for high school graduates who have achieved a high level of proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking a World Language in addition to English. Depending on how you will meet the eligibility requirements, you may or may not need to submit an application. For more information, see the district website, a World Language teacher, or your school’s main office. Applications are available on the district website and are due March 31.    

The class of 2021 and 2022 is hosting this year’s annual bring your friends from other schools movie night featuring...INCREDIBLES 2!! Join us on March 22 from 5:45-7:30 in the HHS field house.  Make sure to bring your friends from all FUHSD schools and money for chipotle/tpumps! We’ll be hosting presales for chipotle and tpumps for $5 each the week of March 4-8 at brunch and lunch in the quad. Limited quantities available for purchase at the event. Admission is free.                                         

Attention Seniors!  Purchase your Grad Night Party Ticket Now!  Go to www.hhsgradparty.org. Tickets are $175 and prices go up on April 12th!    

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
Seniors!  Sunnyvale Little League is looking for volunteers to help set up for the Spring Season.  See Mrs. Lund in the College & Career Center for more information.    

The College & Career Center has information on all kinds of summer opportunities and jobs.  Check your school loop email regularly, or come in to find out more.                                           
 

March 1

TIP OF THE WEEK:  “Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed.”  -  Booker T. Washington

 
STUDENTS
Today’s lunch is:  Stir Fry Teriyaki Chicken and Vegetable bowl with Jasmine Rice and a Fortune Cookie.
    
Homestead is on a special bell schedule Monday, March 4th thru Wednesday, March 6, due to the WASC visit. Please note LATE START is on Monday and Tuesday, and NO LATE START on Wednesday.    

Due to the special WASC schedule next week, the Library will be closed during on Monday and Tuesday from 7:45-9:05 and on Wednesday from 1:55-3:15.  Please plan accordingly.    

The AP Chinese exam lottery closes at 4:00 p.m. today.  Students who are selected in the lottery will be notified March 4th.    

Attention 11th Grade Students - You will attend your Course Selection presentations, for the 2019-20 school today during tutorial.  See the website for more information.    

The Virtual Enterprise class is hosting an environmentally friendly, reusable cup fundraiser, this week in the quad.  The cup comes with a top and straw and you get to choose the color from 5 different options.  $7 for one cup or $12 for two cups, come out to help the environment and support your peers!                     

On March 4th - 6th, Homestead will be welcoming a team of visiting teachers from the WASC accreditation organization.  Six teachers will be visiting throughout the day to learn about what we do here on campus.  They will be visiting classrooms, meeting with students and staff, and providing us with feedback on how we are doing. Let’s welcome them to mustang territory next week!    

What would a Mustang do? With the rainy weather, a lot more students are hanging out inside of classroom always during brunch and lunch to stay dry. If that is you, please make sure that you stay respectful to teachers and staff that may be using the classrooms for meetings, teaching or club activities. Keep the volume down and keep the language appropriate. This has been an especially big problem in Upper C, but all students should remember to act appropriately.
    

The Battle of the Classes rally is coming up and we are looking for MC's. Try-outs will be on Tuesday March 5th at lunch in the large gym. Sign-ups to tryout will be posted on the door of A114 until March 4th! If you’d like more information see Ms. Kirby for questions.    


CLASS NEWS
Seniors—applications for the California Seal of Biliteracy are now available. This is a state recognition for high school graduates who have achieved a high level of proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking a World Language in addition to English. Depending on how you will meet the eligibility requirements, you may or may not need to submit an application. For more information, see the district website, a World Language teacher, or your school’s main office. Applications are available on the district website and are due March 31.    


Seniors, save the date! Friday, May 24 is Senior Prom at Levi’s Stadium from 8pm to midnight! Ticket sales start Tuesday, April 23.    

Attention Seniors!  Purchase your Grad Night Party Ticket Now!  Go to www.hhsgradparty.org. Tickets are $175 and prices go up on April 12th!

    
The class of 2021 and 2022 is hosting this year’s annual bring your friends from other schools movie night featuring...INCREDIBLES 2!! Join us on March 22 from 5:45-7:30 in the HHS field house.  Make sure to bring your friends from all FUHSD schools and money for chipotle/tpumps! We’ll be hosting presales for chipotle and tpumps for $5 each the week of March 4-8 at brunch and lunch in the quad. Limited quantities available for purchase at the event. Admission is free. 
    


CLUBS
Frontier, Homestead's Art and Literary Magazine is hosting our annual writing contest! Submit any poetry or prose pieces you have for a chance to win a gift basket and be featured in a profile on The Epitaph. Visit hhsfrontier.weebly.com for more information.    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
Seniors!  Sunnyvale Little League is looking for volunteers to help set up for the Spring Season.  See Mrs. Lund in the College & Career Center for more information.    

The College & Career Center has information on all kinds of summer opportunities and jobs.  Check your school loop email regularly, or come in to find out more.