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September 24

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Take time for personal hygiene. Making sure to wash your hands throughout the day is the best way to prevent getting sick.

Make-Up picture day is today until 3:00 pm in the Staff Lounge. If you have not had your picture taken this year, please get it taken.    

Please join Homestead Music Boosters on Saturday, September 29, 2018, from 10:00am - 11:00pm @ PANDA EXPRESS on Stevens Creek Blvd. in Cupertino.  Download a flyer from the HHS website and 20% of your purchase will be donated to Music Boosters.    


CLASS NEWS
Seniors - Please come see our Registrar, Mrs. San Cristobal, to make sure we have your name without spelling errors. This has to be done no later than December 12th.    

CLUBS
Come meet award-winning author Andrew Smith during lunch in the library on Tuesday, the first day of his book tour. His books explore what it means to be human with writing that is both hilarious and heartbreaking.  Pick up one of his earlier books at the library or pre-order his latest novel, which will be released on Tuesday. Everyone is invited!
    
Hey Mustangs! Do you like TED Talks? Do you want to organize or speak at one? Come find out how you can become part of Homestead's annual TEDx conference by attending TEDx's first meeting this Tuesday at brunch!  See you there!
    
Hey, Homestead! The Differences Among Us is a service club on campus.  There are several factors that tend to form divisions within our society. However, our goal is to embrace and celebrate these “differences”.  We are dedicated to educating our community and promoting acceptance of everyone, no matter the difference or disability.  Come to our meeting this Friday at lunch, in Ms. Barton's room C203.    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
HHS PTSA presents “Road Map to the College Application” for Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and their parents on Wednesday, September 26th from 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM in the Cafeteria.     

SPORTS
Wrestling will have their preseason meeting on Wednesday, Sept 26 at 3:30pm in the wrestling room.  All those interested please attend.    
 

september 21

STUDENTS

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Texting while driving can be up to eight times more dangerous than drunk driving.  Not only is texting while driving illegal, it's dangerous!  Don't text and drive.

Make-Up picture day is Monday, September 24th from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm in the Staff Lounge. If you have not had your picture taken this year, please get it taken.  If you purchased a photo package and would like to have a re-take, be sure to bring your photo package to exchange for a new one.    

Cupertino IDC exchange applications are due to Mrs. Swendig today by the end of lunch.    

Please join Homestead Music Boosters on Saturday, September 29, 2018, from 10:00am - 11:00pm @ PANDA EXPRESS on Stevens Creek Blvd. in Cupertino.  Download a flyer from the HHS website and 20% of your purchase will be donated to Music Boosters.    


CLASS NEWS
Seniors - Please come see our Registrar, Mrs. San Cristobal, to make sure we have your name without spelling errors. This has to be done no later than December 12th.    


CLUBS
Hey Homestead! Are you interested in learning American Sign Language or about deaf culture? Come out to ASL Club’s first meeting today to learn some basic signs and participate in a fun activity! We’ll be in Ms. Esswein’s room, A210. See you there!    

Come meet your amazing HHS Math Club today in B101 at lunch! We will be going over what's happening this year and the fun events coming up. See you there!

Do you like watching movies? Are you interested in what goes on behind the scenes of films? Do you want to make your own films? Come to Homestead Studios’ first meeting today at lunch in C211!    

Come meet award-winning author Andrew Smith during lunch in the library on Tuesday, the first day of his book tour. His books explore what it means to be human with writing that is both hilarious and heartbreaking.  Pick up one of his earlier books at the library or pre-order his latest novel, which will be released on Tuesday. Everyone is invited!
    

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
HHS PTSA presents “Road Map to the College Application” for Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and their parents on Wednesday, September 26th from 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM in the Cafeteria.     

SPORTS
Wrestling will have their preseason meeting on Wednesday, Sept 26 at 3:30pm in the wrestling room.  All those interested please attend.    
 

September 20

STUDENTS

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Texting while driving can be up to eight times more dangerous than drunk driving.  Not only is texting while driving illegal, it's dangerous!  Don't text and drive.

Students, please remember to take care of your valuables. Don’t leave your items unattended! Please remember to put your items in a locker or PE locker as needed, and make sure to lock up your bikes and scooters.    

PSAT Sign-ups continue through September 27th in the ASB Office. Sign up before school, during brunch and lunch.    

Cupertino IDC exchange applications are due this Friday. See the Homestead website student portal, under “forms” or your class pages and turn it in to Mrs. Swendig by lunch this Friday    

The Academic Center will be open after school in room K1.  Our tutors are waiting to help you.     

Please join Homestead Music Boosters on Saturday, September 29, 2018, from 10:00am - 11:00pm @ PANDA EXPRESS on Stevens Creek Blvd. in Cupertino.  Download a flyer from the HHS website and 20% of your purchase will be donated to Music Boosters.    


CLUBS
Thanks for signing up for the Physics Club! Come out to our first general meeting today at lunch in C100. We will be introducing our club, revealing some of the events we'll be doing this semester, and performing a cool experiment. Make sure to come by!  Hope to see you there.    

Hey mustangs! Interested in joining the nation’s largest student run volunteering organization? Come out to Key Club’s first meeting today at lunch in S3. We’ll be going over what Key Club is and fun upcoming events like our annual division wide rally at 6 flags!    

Pawn to D2. Student to A204. Come on down to Chess club’s first meeting today during lunch in room A204 to learn to play chess with friends. See you there!    

Hey Homestead – are you interested in joining Speech & Debate? Then come out to our meeting today during lunch in room C105. See you then!    

Hey Homestead! Are you interested in learning American Sign Language or about deaf culture? Come out to ASL Club’s first meeting this Friday to learn some basic signs and participate in a fun activity! We’ll be in Ms. Esswein’s room, A210. See you there!    

Come meet your amazing HHS Math Club this Friday in B101 at lunch! We will be going over what's happening this year and the fun events coming up. See you there!    

Do you like watching movies? Are you interested in what goes on behind the scenes of films? Do you want to make your own films? Come to Homestead Studios’ first meeting this Friday at lunch in C211!    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
The FUHSD College Fair is TODAY from 6 – 8 pm at Homestead. The STUDENT ONLY hour is from 6-7 pm.  Parents may attend a Q&A panel in the auditorium during this time.  Meet representatives from over 100 colleges and universities.  This event is for all students and is free. See website for more information.      

HHS PTSA presents “Road Map to the College Application” for Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and their parents on Wednesday, September 26th from 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM in the Cafeteria.     


SPORTS
Boys – If you are interested in trying out for soccer, come to the mandatory meeting for both JV and varsity soccer on Friday at 1:15 in large gym.    
 

September 19

STUDENTS
TIP OF THE WEEK:  Texting while driving can be up to eight times more dangerous than drunk driving.  Not only is texting while driving illegal, it's dangerous!  Don't text and drive.

Students, please remember to take care of your valuables. Don’t leave your items unattended! Please remember to put your items in a locker or PE locker as needed, and make sure to lock up your bikes and scooters.    

PSAT Sign-ups continue through September 27th in the ASB Office. Sign up before school, during brunch and lunch.    
    
Hi Mustangs! Be a Pioneer for the day and attend the Cupertino IDC exchange on Friday, September 28th! Experience Cupertino High School’s Homecoming Rally and meet people from other schools! If you are interested, please fill out the application on the Homestead website student portal, under “forms” or on your class pages and turn it in to Mrs. Swendig by lunch on Friday, September 21st. Can’t wait to see you all there!    

The Academic Center will be open after school in room K1.  Our tutors are waiting to help you.     

Off Campus Waiver Applications for 9th grade students will be available on Monday, October 8th.   Until then students must remain on campus during their empty periods.     

Homestead, don't forget to buy your ASB card! Your purchase of $100 includes a yearbook, a class spirit shirt, admission to the homecoming dance and all FUHSD sporting events! See Mrs. Daffern in ASB today!    

CLUBS
Hey Homestead! Do you want to have fun with friends, while helping the environment, and earn community service hours? Do you want to contribute to Homestead's garden? If so, then make sure to come to Green Ops's first meeting today at lunch in K3.    

Why do scientists love organic chemistry? They find Alkynes(all-KINES) of Fun in it! You'll also find Alkynes of fun at Science Bowl's first meeting of the school year today at lunch in S6!    

Looking for a new way to de-stress? Got any health or fitness goals for the year? Are you a student athlete? If so, Yoga & Fitness Club may be the right "fit" for you! Join us in room L111 today at lunch to hear what we're all about, find out what yoga can do for you, and learn about events and opportunities for the semester! See you there!

Thanks for signing up for the Physics Club! Come out to our first general meeting this Thursday at lunch in C100. At our meeting, we will be introducing our club, revealing some of the events we'll be doing this semester, and performing a cool experiment, so make sure to come by!  Hope to see you there.    

Hey mustangs! Interested in joining the nation’s largest student run volunteering organization? Come out to S-3 this Thursday at lunch to Key Club’s first meeting! We’ll be going over what Key Club is and fun upcoming events like our annual division wide rally at 6 flags!    

Pawn to D2. Student to A204. Come on down to Chess club’s first meeting on Thursday, September 20th during lunch in room A204 to learn to play chess with friends. See you there!    

Hey Homestead – are you interested in joining Speech & Debate? Then come out to our meeting this Thursday during lunch in room C105. See you then!    


Hey Homestead! Are you interested in learning American Sign Language or about deaf culture? Come out to ASL Club’s first meeting this Friday to learn some basic signs and participate in a fun activity! We’ll be in Ms. Esswein’s room, A210. See you there!    

Come meet your amazing HHS Math Club this Friday in B101 at lunch! We will be going over what's happening this year and the fun events coming up. See you there!    

Do you like watching movies? Are you interested in what goes on behind the scenes of films? Do you want to make your own films? Come to Homestead Studios’ first meeting this Friday at lunch in C211!    

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
The FUHSD College Fair is tomorrow from 6 – 8 pm at Homestead. The STUDENT ONLY hour is from 6-7 pm, and all students may enter the Cafeteria and Large Gym first.  Parents may attend a Q&A panel in the auditorium during this time.  Meet representatives from over 100 colleges and universities.  This event is for all students and is free. See website for more information.      


HHS PTSA welcomes Senoirs and their parents to the “Road Map to the College Application” presentation on Wednesday, September 19th from 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM in the cafeteria.
Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and their parents are invited to the presentation on Wednesday, September 26th from 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM in the Cafeteria.     

SPORTS
Boys – If you are interested in trying out for soccer, come to the mandatory meeting for both JV and varsity soccer on Friday at 1:15 in large gym.    
 

September 18

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Texting while driving can be up to eight times more dangerous than drunk driving.  Not only is texting while driving illegal, it's dangerous!  Don't text and drive.

Homestead, don't forget to buy your ASB card! Your purchase of $100 includes a yearbook, a class spirit shirt, admission to the homecoming dance and all FUHSD sporting events! See Mrs. Daffern in ASB today!    
    
Students, please remember to take care of your valuables. Don’t leave your items unattended! Please remember to put your items in a locker or PE locker as needed, and make sure to lock up your bikes and scooters.    

PSAT Sign-ups begin today through September 27th in the ASB Office. Sign up before school, during brunch and lunch.    
    
Hi Mustangs! Be a Pioneer for the day and attend the Cupertino IDC exchange on Friday, September 28th! Experience Cupertino High School’s Homecoming Rally and meet people from other schools! If you are interested, please fill out the application on the Homestead website under Forms/Resources or on your class pages and turn it in to Mrs. Swendig by lunch on Friday, September 21st. Can’t wait to see you all there!    

The Academic Center will be open after school in room K1.  Our tutors are waiting to help you.     

Off Campus Waiver Applications for 9th grade students will be available on Monday, October 8th.   Until then students must remain on campus during their empty periods.     

CLUBS
Hey Homestead! Do you want to have fun with friends, while helping the environment, and earn community service hours? Do you want to contribute to Homestead's garden? If so, then make sure to come to Green Ops's first meeting on Wednesday at lunch in K3.    

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
The FUHSD College Fair is Thursday, September 20th from 6 – 8 pm at Homestead. The STUDENT ONLY hour is from 6-7 pm, and all students may enter the Cafeteria and Large Gym first.  Parents may attend a Q&A panel in the auditorium during this time.  Meet representatives from over 100 colleges and universities.  This event is for all students and is free. See website for more information.      

HHS PTSA welcomes Senoirs and their parents to the “Road Map to the College Application” presentation on Wednesday, September 19th from 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM in the cafeteria.
Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and their parents are invited to the presentation on Wednesday, September 26th from 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM in the Cafeteria.     

SPORTS
Boys – If you are interested in trying out for soccer, come to the mandatory meeting for both JV and varsity soccer on Friday at 1:15 in large gym.
 

September 17

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Texting while driving can be up to eight times more dangerous than drunk driving.  Not only is texting while driving illegal, it's dangerous!  Don't text and drive.

Mustangs, please remember that tutorial is academic time, and you are expected to be in a classroom doing academic work right when the tutorial bell rings. Students must be dressed out to participate in PE tutorial. If you have to move classrooms, make sure that you have a pass. Students who are not in class can be assigned detention.

Homestead, don't forget to buy your ASB card! Your purchase of $100 includes a yearbook, a class spirit shirt, admission to the homecoming dance and all FUHSD sporting events! See Mrs. Daffern in ASB today!    
    
PSAT Sign-ups begin today through September 27th in the ASB Office. Sign up before school, during brunch and lunch.    M. Lund

Hi Mustangs! Be a Pioneer for the day and attend the Cupertino IDC exchange on Friday, September 28th! Experience Cupertino High School’s Homecoming Rally and meet people from other schools! If you are interested, please fill out the application on the Homestead website under Forms/Resources or on your class pages and turn it in to Mrs. Swendig by lunch on Friday, September 21st. Can’t wait to see you all there!
    
Attention all students leaving campus for lunch. Please be respectful of our neighboring residents and businesses. Behave like a respectable Mustang at all times, including lunch.    
The Academic Center will be open after school in room K1.  Our tutors are waiting to help you.     

Students are not permitted to park in the staff parking lot at any time.  In addition, all automobiles in the student lot must have a current 2018/19 HHS parking permit displayed.  Citations will be given to all vehicles without a current parking permit. Parking permits can be purchased in the ASB Office.    

Off Campus Waiver Applications for 9th grade students will be available on Monday, October 8th.   Until then students must remain on campus during their empty periods.     

CLUBS
Hey Homestead! Do you want to have fun with friends, while helping the environment, and earn community service hours? Do you want to contribute to Homestead's garden? If so, then make sure to come to Green Ops's first meeting on Wednesday, September 19th at lunch in K3.    

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
The FUHSD College Fair is Thursday, September 20th from 6 – 8 pm at Homestead. The STUDENT ONLY hour is from 6-7 pm, and all students may enter the Cafeteria and Large Gym first.  Parents may attend a Q&A panel in the auditorium during this time.  Meet representatives from over 100 colleges and universities.  This event is for all students and is free. See website for more information.      

HHS PTSA welcomes Senoirs and their parents to the “Road Map to the College Application” presentation on Wednesday, September 19th from 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM in the cafeteria.

Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and their parents are invited to the presentation on Wednesday, September 26th from 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM in the Cafeteria.     

SPORTS
Boys – If you are interested in trying out for soccer, come to the mandatory meeting for both JV and varsity soccer on September 21st at 1:15 in large gym.    
 

September 14

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Our brains run on fuel. Do not under estimate the power of proper nutrition and avoid skipping meals. A well balanced meal can lead to a road of success. 

Mustangs, please remember that tutorial is academic time, and you are expected to be in a classroom doing academic work right when the tutorial bell rings. Students must be dressed out to participate in PE tutorial. If you have to move classrooms, make sure that you have a pass. Students who are not in class can be assigned detention.    

ASB Cards – If you’ve purchased an ASB card since school started and haven’t picked up your card yet, please do so in ASB.  Students must have their ASB card with them to get into tonight’s football game for free.  If you don’t have your card with you the admission charge is $5.00.    

PSAT Sign-ups will take place from September 17th – 27th in the ASB Office.    

Google is hosting its annual TechCamp event.  If you are a female interested in STEM, please see Mrs. Swendig for more information.  The deadline to register is today.    


CLUBS
Calling all volunteers -- First-semester applications for California Scholarship Federation, a merit-based service club, are due today.      

National Chinese Honor Society will be holding its first meeting of the year in room L112 today at brunch.    

Hey Homestead! Are you interested in learning about animal welfare or volunteering with cute shelter and farm animals? Then come out to Animal Welfare Club’s first meeting today at lunch in C104.     

Are you interested in the National Economics Challenge, taking the AP Economics tests or just economics in general? Economics Club's first meeting is today at lunch in B205.    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
HHS PTSA welcomes Senoirs and their parents to the “Road Map to the College Application” presentation on Wednesday, September 19th from 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM in the cafeteria.
Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and their parents are invited to the presentation on Wednesday, September 26th from 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM in the Cafeteria.     
 

September 13

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Our brains run on fuel. Do not under estimate the power of proper nutrition and avoid skipping meals. A well balanced meal can lead to a road of success. 

Mustangs, please remember that tutorial is academic time, and you are expected to be in a classroom doing academic work right when the tutorial bell rings. Students must be dressed out to participate in PE tutorial. If you have to move classrooms, make sure that you have a pass. Students who are not in class can be assigned detention.    

PSAT Sign-ups will take place from September 17th – 27th in the ASB Office.    

Attention all students leaving campus for lunch. Please be respectful of our neighboring residents and businesses. Behave like a respectable Mustang at all times, including lunch.    

Google is hosting its annual TechCamp event.  If you are a female interested in STEM, please see Mrs. Swendig for more information.  The deadline to register is this Friday, September 14th.    

If you picked up a Teen Academy Application please turn it in by this Friday.    

Sunnyvale Sister City Association presents the 2019 Japan Student Exchange.  For more information and an application, go to www.sunnyvalesistercity.org/programs_student.html .    

Homestead, don't forget to buy your ASB card! Your purchase of $100 includes a yearbook, a class spirit shirt, admission to the homecoming dance and all FUHSD sporting events! See Mrs. Daffern in ASB today!


CLASS NEWS
Seniors! Join us for Senior Sunrise this Friday at 6:30am in the stadium for coffee, hot chocolate, and bagels!
    

CLUBS
Come to the library at lunch today for the first meeting of the book club Creative Bookkeeping to discuss Night Circus and choose future books.    

Come to Investments Club's first meeting today at lunch in B101!    

Come to Programming Club's first meeting of the year today at Lunch in A211! Join us to learn more about our different committees, workshops, and Girls Who Code!     

Calling all volunteers -- First-semester applications for California Scholarship Federation, a merit-based service club, are now open! Applications are due this Friday.  Check your School Loop email for the application link and more information.    

National Chinese Honor Society will be holding its first meeting of the year in room L112 this Friday brunch.    

Hey Homestead! Are you interested in learning about animal welfare? Or in volunteering with cute shelter and farm animals? Then come out to Animal Welfare Club’s first meeting this Friday lunch in Ms. Rupe’s room, C104, to learn about our club!    

Are you interested in the National Economics Challenge or taking the AP Economics tests? Or just economics in general? Economics Club's first meeting will be taking place this Friday, September 14th, at lunch in B205. We will be giving an overview of our club, so be sure to come check it out! Hope to see you there!    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
College Visits start this week.  Sign up in Naviance Student.  See Mrs. Lund if you have questions.
    
HHS PTSA welcomes Senoirs and their parents to the “Road Map to the College Application” presentation on Wednesday, September 19th from 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM in the cafeteria.
Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and their parents are invited to the presentation on Wednesday, September 26th from 6:45 PM – 9:00 PM in the Cafeteria.     


SPORTS
Girls - If you are interested in trying out for Girls Soccer, please come to the pre tryout meeting today during lunch in the Girls PE Classroom.    


 

September 12

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Our brains run on fuel. Do not under estimate the power of proper nutrition and avoid skipping meals. A well balanced meal can lead to a road of success. 

Mustangs, please remember that tutorial is academic time, and you are expected to be in a classroom doing academic work right when the tutorial bell rings. Students must be dressed out to participate in PE tutorial. If you have to move classrooms, make sure that you have a pass. Students who are not in class can be assigned detention.    

The Academic Center will be open today after school in room K1.    

PSAT Sign-ups will be from September 17 – 27 in the ASB Office.    

Attention all students leaving campus for lunch. Please be respectful of our neighboring residents and businesses. Behave like a respectable Mustang at all times, including lunch.    

Need help with your math homework? Check out the Math Lab where you can work on your assignments and get help as needed.  Math Lab is open today after lunch from 2:00 – 4:30 today in B101.  You do not need to stay the entire time.  Stop in and check it out!    

If you picked up a Teen Academy Application please turn it in by Friday, September 14th.    

Sunnyvale Sister City Association presents the 2019 Japan Student Exchange.  For more information and an application, go to www.sunnyvalesistercity.org/programs_student.html .    

Homestead, don't forget to buy your ASB card! Your purchase of $100 includes a yearbook, a class spirit shirt, admission to the homecoming dance and all FUHSD sporting events! See Mrs. Daffern in ASB today!    


CLUBS
Your future is our business! Come out to the first FBLA today in A207 at lunch. 
    
What do Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates have in common? They're both billionaires! You can become just like them by coming to Investments Club's first meeting today at lunch in B101!    

What does Bruce Lee drink when he's thirsty? WattahhH! Learn how to defend yourself and some flashy moves to show off to your friends, while getting stronger mentally and physically.  Come to Martial Art’s Club first meeting today at lunch in C106.    

Konnichiwa Mustangs! You’ll make MISO happy if you come to JNHS and J-Club’s general meeting this and every other Wednesday during lunch in L103 - no Japanese class experience necessary to join!    

There are 10 types of people in the world: those who understand binary and those who don't! Come to Programming Club's first meeting of the year this Thursday at Lunch in A211! Join us to learn more about our different committees, workshops, and Girls Who Code!     

Calling all volunteers -- first-semester applications for California Scholarship Federation, a merit-based service club, are now open! Applications are due by Friday, September 14. Check your School Loop email for the application link and more information.    

Are you interested in the National Economics Challenge or taking the AP Economics tests? Or just economics in general? Economics Club's first meeting will be taking place this Friday, September 14th, at lunch in B205. We will be giving an overview of our club, so be sure to come check it out! Hope to see you there!    

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
College Visits start this week.  Check the list and sign up in Naviance Student.  See Mrs. Lund if you have questions.    

The FUHSD College Fair is Thursday, September 20th from 6 – 8 pm at Homestead. The STUDENT ONLY hour is from 6-7 pm, and all students may enter the Cafeteria and Large Gym first.  Parents may attend a Q&A panel in the auditorium during this time.  Meet representatives from over 100 colleges and universities.  This event is for all students and is free. See website for more information.      


SPORTS
Girls - If you are interested in trying out for Girls Soccer, please come to the pre tryout meeting on Thursday, September 13th during lunch in the Girls PE Classroom.    

September 11

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Our brains run on fuel. Do not under estimate the power of proper nutrition and avoid skipping meals. A well balanced meal can lead to a road of success. 

Attention all students leaving campus for lunch. Please be respectful of our neighboring residents and businesses. Behave like a respectable Mustang at all times, including lunch.    

The Academic Center will be open today after school in room K1.    

PSAT Sign-ups will be from September 17 – 27 in the ASB Office.    

Need help with your math homework? Check out the Math Lab where you can work on your assignments and get help as needed.  Math Lab is open today after lunch from 2:00 – 4:30 today in B101.  You do not need to stay the entire time.  Stop in and check it out!    

If you picked up a Teen Academy Application please turn it in by Friday, September 14th.    

Sunnyvale Sister City Association presents the 2019 Japan Student Exchange.  For more information and an application, go to www.sunnyvalesistercity.org/programs_student.html .    

Homestead, don't forget to buy your ASB card! Your purchase of $100 includes a yearbook, a class spirit shirt, admission to the homecoming dance and all FUHSD sporting events! See Mrs. Daffern in ASB today!    


CLUBS
There are 10 types of people in the world: those who understand binary and those who don't! Come to Programming Club's first meeting of the year this Thursday at Lunch in A211! Join us to learn more about our different committees, workshops, and Girls Who Code!     

Do you like dance and listening to K-Pop? Come out to Krew's first practice of the year today at 1:55 pm in the student center.  We'll be introducing our captains for this year and getting started with our first song!    

Your future is our business! Come out to the first FBLA meeting this Wednesday, September 12th in A207 at lunch. 
    
Mustangs head out to the first Scream Team meeting in Room S5 today during brunch to see the release of our new T-shirt design and hear about upcoming events. Also, head out to the quad next Thursday, September 13 and Friday, September 14 during lunch to pre-order your scream team shirt.    

What do Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates have in common? They're both billionaires! And you can become just like them by coming to Investments Club's first meeting this Wednesday, at lunch in B101! We will be giving a general overview of the club, so we hope to see you there!    

Calling all volunteers -- first-semester applications for California Scholarship Federation, a merit-based service club, are now open! Applications are due by Friday, September 14. Check your School Loop email for the application link and more information.    

What does Bruce Lee drink when he's thirsty? WattahhH! Mustangs, do you want to learn how to defend yourself or learn some flashy moves to show off to your friends? Do you want to get stronger both mentally and physically and learn about the histories of various martial arts? Then come to Martial Art’s Club first meeting September 19th at lunch in C106 to learn about the club and upcoming instructional seminars!     


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
College Visits start this week.  Check the list and sign up in Naviance Student.  If you miss class, make sure you let your teacher know in advance.  Do not miss tests.  Challenge yourself and visit even if it is one you have never heard of.  Opportunities abound at these hidden gems.  Most visits are held in the College & Career Center, but check to make sure.  See Mrs. Lund if you have questions.    

The FUHSD College Fair is Thursday, September 20th from 6 – 8 pm at Homestead. The STUDENT ONLY hour is from 6-7 pm, and all students may enter the Cafeteria and Large Gym first.  Parents may attend a Q&A panel in the auditorium during this time.  Meet representatives from over 100 colleges and universities.  This event is for all students and is free. See website for more information.      


SPORTS
Girls - If you are interested in trying out for Girls Soccer, please come to the pre tryout meeting on Thursday, September 13th during lunch in the Girls PE Classroom.    

Boys – If you are interested in trying out for soccer, come to the mandatory meeting for both JV and varsity soccer on September 21st at 1:15 in large gym.    

September 10

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Our brains run on fuel. Do not under estimate the power of proper nutrition and avoid skipping meals. A well balanced meal can lead to a road of success. 

Please give a round of applause for your elected Freshman Class Officers for 2018-2019. Martin Wu was elected Freshman Class President; Nikki Liu for Vice President; Megan Zoey Ventura for Secretary; Minnie Karki for Treasurer and Tingyo Chang for Social Manager!    

Attention all students leaving campus for lunch. Please be respectful of our neighboring residents and businesses. Behave like a respectable Mustang at all times, including lunch. Students will no longer be admitted to CVS during lunch time.    

The Academic Center opens this Tuesday, after school in room K1.    

PSAT Sign-ups will be from September 17 – 27 in the ASB Office.    

Students are not permitted to park in the staff parking lot at any time.  In addition, all automobiles in the student lot must have a current 2018/19 HHS parking permit displayed.  Citations will be given to all vehicles without a current parking permit. Parking permits can be purchased in the ASB Office.    

Need help with math or a place to work on your math homework between school and practice? Check out the Math Lab.  We are open today after 6th period, from 2:45 – 4:30 in room B101.    

Off Campus Waiver Applications for 10th, 11th and 12th grade students, with a hole in their schedule, will be available starting today in the Guidance Office.  Applications for 9th grade students will be available on Monday, October 8th.   Until then students must remain on campus during their empty periods.     


CLUBS
For ten points, what event is happening today at lunch in room B104? If you answered Quiz Bowl's First meeting of the school year, you are correct! Come to answer fun questions and win prizes for correct answers!    

Konnichiwa!  Okayama University’s professor, Ms. Hansen is visiting us from Japan to share some information about college life in Japan.  Come and find out more about your future options!  The professor will be in our Japanese classroom L103 during lunch today!    

September is National Preparedness Month. Get prepared and come to Red Cross Club's first meeting in Room C210 today during lunch! Learn how you can get a free CPR training and be Red Cross Ready!    

Do you like listening to K-Pop? Do you like dance? If even one of those is a yes, come out to Krew's first practices of the year on today at 3:30 pm and Tuesday 9/11 at 1:55 pm in the student center.  We'll be introducing our captains for this year and getting started with our first song!    

Your future is our business! Come out to the first FBLA meeting this Wednesday, September 12th in A207 at lunch. 
    
Come out to Mock Trial’s informational meeting today in C200 if you are interested in trying out for the team. We will talk about what mock trial is and what is necessary for tryouts.  Mock trial is a really awesome club and we hope to see you there!    

Mustangs head out to the first Scream Team meeting in Room S5 on Tuesday, September 11, during brunch to see the release of our new T-shirt design and hear about upcoming events. Also, head out to the quad next Thursday, September 13 and Friday, September 14 during lunch to pre-order your scream team shirt.    

Come out to Indopak's first informational meeting today during lunch in S5 to find out about multicultural activities, events, and our dance teams! Hope to see you there!    

What does Bruce Lee drink when he's thirsty? WattahhH! Mustangs, do you want to learn how to defend yourself or learn some flashy moves to show off to your friends? Do you want to get stronger both mentally and physically and learn about the histories of various martial arts? Then come to Martial Art’s Club first meeting September 19th at lunch in C106 to learn about the club and upcoming instructional seminars! That’s September 19th in C106 at lunch.    

What do Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates have in common? They're both billionaires! And you can become just like them by coming to Investments Club's first meeting this Wednesday, September 12th, at lunch in B101! We will be giving a general overview of the club, so we hope to see you there!    

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
College Visits start this week.  Check the list and sign up in Naviance Student.  If you miss class, make sure you let your teacher know in advance.  Do not miss tests.  Challenge yourself and visit even if it is one you have never heard of.  Opportunities abound at these hidden gems.  Most visits are held in the College & Career Center, but check to make sure.  See Mrs. Lund if you have questions.    

The FUHSD College Fair is Thursday, September 20th from 6 – 8 pm at Homestead. The STUDENT ONLY hour is from 6-7 pm, and all students may enter the Cafeteria and Large Gym first.  Parents may attend a Q&A panel in the auditorium during this time.  Meet representatives from over 100 colleges and universities.  This event is for all students and is free. See website for more information.      

SPORTS
Girls - If you are interested in trying out for Girls Soccer, please come to the pre tryout meeting on Thursday, September 13th during lunch in the Girls PE Classroom.    

Boys – If you are interested in trying out for soccer, come to the mandatory meeting for both JV and varsity soccer on September 21st at 1:15 in large gym.    

September 7

STUDENTS
TIP OF THE WEEK:  Engaging in physical activity helps keep the heart and lungs strong and produces endorphins -- chemicals that improve mood. So, enjoy the sunshine and weather, get out there and move, stretch, and spend time with friends during your free time.

CLUB FAIR – Come check out all the amazing clubs here at Homestead during the Club Fair today at lunch in the quad.    

Attention all students leaving campus for lunch. Please be respectful of our neighboring residents and businesses. Behave like a respectable Mustang at all times, including lunch. Students will no longer be admitted to CVS during lunch time.    

Students are not permitted to park in the staff parking lot at any time.  In addition, all automobiles in the student lot must have a current 2018/19 HHS parking permit displayed.  Citations will be given to all vehicles without a current parking permit. Parking permits can be purchased in the ASB Office.    

See you at the Mustang Run tomorrow at 10:00 am. Go to hhsathletics.com to register and for more information.    
    
Math Lab is open today after 6th period to any student wanting to work on their math homework and get help if needed.  A math teacher is always available and tutors will be there to help as well!    

Off Campus Waiver Applications for 10th, 11th and 12th grade students, with a hole in their schedule, will be available starting Monday, September 10th, in the Guidance Office.  Applications for 9th grade students will be available on Monday, October 8th.   Until then students must remain on campus during their empty periods.
    

CLUBS
For ten points, what event will be happening on Monday September 10th, at lunch in room B104? If you answered Quiz Bowl's First meeting of the school year, you are correct! Come to answer fun questions and win prizes for correct answers!    

Konnichiwa!  Okayama University’s professor, Ms. Hansen is visiting us from Japan to share some information about college life in Japan.  Come and find out more about your future options!  The professor will be in our Japanese classroom L103 during lunch on Monday, September 10!    

Hello, Homestead! September is National Preparedness Month. And what's a better way to be prepared, than to come to Red Cross Club's first meeting in Room C210 on Monday during LUNCH! Learn how you can get a free CPR training and be Red Cross Ready!    

To be or not to be at Drama club, that is the question... And the answer is... yes? Come to Drama Club today in the Auditorium during lunch, if you're a lover of theatre on or off the stage! See you soon!    

Do you like listening to K-Pop? Do you like dance? If even one of those is a yes, come out to Krew's first practices of the year on Monday 9/10 at 3:30 pm and Tuesday 9/11 at 1:55 pm in the student center. We'll be introducing our captains for this year and getting started with our first song!    

Your future is our business! Come out to the first FBLA meeting this Wednesday, September 12th in A207 at lunch. 
    
Come out to Mock Trial’s informational meeting on Monday the 10th in C200 if you are interested in trying out for the team. We will talk about what mock trial is and what is necessary for tryouts.  Mock trial is a really awesome club on campus and we hope to see you there!    


SPORTS
Ladies, if you are interested in trying out for Girls Soccer, please come to the pre tryout meeting on Thursday, September 13th during lunch in the Girls PE Classroom.    


 

September 6

STUDENTS

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Engaging in physical activity helps keep the heart and lungs strong and produces endorphins -- chemicals that improve mood. So, enjoy the sunshine and weather, get out there and move, stretch, and spend time with friends during your free time.

Please be respectful of our neighbors. If you eat lunch off campus, please make sure to clean up your trash and be respectful to local business and residents.    

BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT – Students, please remind your parents that Back to School Night is Wednesday, September 12th. They can visit the HHS website for more details.    

Students are not permitted to park in the staff parking lot at any time.  In addition, all automobiles in the student lot must have a current 2018/19 HHS parking permit displayed.  Citations will be given to all vehicles without a current parking permit. Parking permits can be purchased in the ASB Office.    

Get ready to stampede! The first ever Mustang Run, a 5k walk/run around the fields is happening this Saturday at 10:00am. Grab some friends and come out to support Homestead Athletic Boosters. Registration is $20, and there are still free tee shirts available for those who register first. Go to hhsathletics.com to register and for more information.    

Do you speak Chinese, Japanese, Korean, or Spanish? Are you interested in getting volunteer hours? Then please sign up as a translator for the EL Meet n' Greet and/or Back to School Night by Sept. 10th at Ms. Henson's room in C103!    

Math Lab is open today after 6th period to any student wanting to work on their math homework and get help if needed.  A math teacher is always available and tutors will be there to help as well!    

Off Campus Waiver Applications for 10th, 11th and 12th grade students, with a hole in their schedule, will be available starting Monday, September 10th, in the Guidance Office.  Applications for 9th grade students will be available on Monday, October 8th.   Until then students must remain on campus during their empty periods.
    
Teen Academy begins on September 20th.  Stop by School Climate for more information and to sign up.
    
If you ride your bike to school, please be sure to lock your bike to the bike rack next to the pool or the rack behind the cafeteria.  Bikes parked in other locations may be confiscated.     

Attention all creative minds: consider all of the outstanding heroes in your life with 2018 PTA Reflections competition as you showcase your talents in various categories! Contact the Reflections Chairperson Brenden Koo for additional details!    


CLASS NEWS

Attention seniors!! The senior sunrise that was advertised for Friday has been POSTPONED–– stay tuned for the rescheduled date. Thanks for your understanding.


CLUBS

For ten points, what event will be happening on Monday September 10th, at lunch in room B104? If you answered Quiz Bowl's First meeting of the school year, you are correct! Come to answer fun questions and win prizes for correct answers!    

Konnichiwa!  Okayama University’s professor, Ms. Hansen is visiting us from Japan to share some information about college life in Japan.  Come and find out more about your future options!  The professor will be in our Japanese classroom L103 during lunch on Monday, September 10!    

Hello, Homestead! September is National Preparedness Month. And what's a better way to be prepared, than to come to Red Cross Club's first meeting in Room C210 on Monday during LUNCH! Learn how you can get a free CPR training and be Red Cross Ready!    

To be or not to be at Drama club, that is the question... And the answer is... yes? Come to Drama Club on Fridays in the Auditorium if you're a lover of theatre on or off the stage! See you soon!    

Come to the first meeting of the book club Creative Bookkeeping at lunch TODAY in the library.    


SPORTS

Ladies, if you are interested in trying out for Girls Soccer, please come to the pre tryout meeting on Thursday, September 13th during lunch in the Girls PE Classroom.        


 

September 5

STUDENTS
TIP OF THE WEEK:  TIP OF THE WEEK:  Engaging in physical activity helps keep the heart and lungs strong and produces endorphins -- chemicals that improve mood. So, enjoy the sunshine and weather, get out there and move, stretch, and spend time with friends during your free time.

BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT – Students, please remind your parents that Back to School Night is Wednesday, September 12th. They can visit the HHS website for more details.    

Get ready to stampede! The first ever Mustang Run, a 5k walk/run around the fields is happening this Saturday at 10:00am. Grab some friends and come out to support Homestead Athletic Boosters. Registration is $20, and there are still free tee shirts available for those who register first. Go to hhsathletics.com to register and for more information.    

Do you speak Chinese, Japanese, Korean, or Spanish? Are you interested in getting volunteer hours? Then please sign up as a translator for the EL Meet n' Greet and/or Back to School Night by Sept. 10th at Ms. Henson's room in C103!    

Math Lab is open today after 6th period to any student wanting to work on their math homework and get help if needed.  A math teacher is always available and tutors will be there to help as well!    

Off Campus Waiver Applications for 10th, 11th and 12th grade students, with a hole in their schedule, will be available starting Monday, September 10th, in the Guidance Office.  Applications for 9th grade students will be available on Monday, October 8th.   Until then students must remain on campus during their empty periods.
    
Teen Academy begins on September 20th.  Stop by School Climate for more information and to sign up.
    
If you ride your bike to school, please be sure to lock your bike to the bike rack next to the pool or the rack behind the cafeteria.  Bikes parked in other locations may be confiscated.     

Ambassadors Program – Do you like meeting new students from other countries? Are you interested in helping them adjust to a new culture? If so, please fill out an application to be a mentor for a program! Please come see Mrs. Wu in Guidance for an application!    

Attention all creative minds: consider all of the outstanding heroes in your life with 2018 PTA Reflections competition as you showcase your talents in various categories! Contact the Reflections Chairperson Brenden Koo for additional details!    


CLUBS
Bonjour! Come out to the first French club meeting of the year TODAY at lunch in L104! Hope to see you there!    
    
Le Cirque des Rêves is a circus which is only open from sunset to sunrise, appearing without notice and disappearing with no warning. But even the Dreamers who follow the circus don't know about the dark, magical competition taking place within it. Pick up a copy of The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern at the library to find out more! Also, make sure to come out to discuss the book at the first meeting of the book club Creative Bookkeeping at lunch on Thursday in the library.    

Konnichiwa!  Okayama University’s professor, Ms. Hansen is visiting us from Japan to share some information about college life in Japan.  Come and find out more about your future options!  The professor will be in our Japanese classroom L103 during lunch on Monday, September 10!    

September 4

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Engaging in physical activity helps keep the heart and lungs strong and produces endorphins -- chemicals that improve mood. So, enjoy the sunshine and weather, get out there and move, stretch, and spend time with friends during your free time.

Get ready to stampede! The first ever Mustang Run, a 5k walk/run around the fields is happening this Saturday at 10:00am. Grab some friends and come out to support Homestead Athletic Boosters. Registration is $20, and there are still free tee shirts available for those who register first. Go to hhsathletics.com to register and for more information.    

Do you speak Chinese, Japanese, Korean, or Spanish? Are you interested in getting volunteer hours? Then please sign up as a translator for the EL Meet n' Greet and/or Back to School Night by Sept. 10th at Ms. Henson's room in C103!    

Attention Students!  If you ordered Photos from Generations Photography, you can pick them up today during brunch and lunch in front of ASB.    

If you ride your bike to school, please be sure to lock your bike to the bike rack next to the pool or the rack behind the cafeteria.  Bikes parked in other locations may be confiscated.     

BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT – Students, please remind your parents that Back to School Night is Wednesday, September 12th. They can visit the HHS website for more details.    

Missing something?  Check the Lost & Found, located in the Activities Office near the Registrar.    


CLUBS
Le Cirque des Rêves is a circus which is only open from sunset to sunrise, appearing without notice and disappearing with no warning. But even the Dreamers who follow the circus don't know about the dark, magical competition taking place within it. Pick up a copy of The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern at the library to find out more! Also, make sure to come out to discuss the book at the first meeting of the book club Creative Bookkeeping at lunch on Thursday, September 13 in the library.    

Is school dragging you down? Need a lift? Join Aerospace Club to fly high! Aerospace is launching its first meeting at lunch today in room B107. We hope your parachutes are working so that you can land at our meetings!

Last Month's Bulletins

Bulletin for August 30

STUDENTS
TIP OF THE WEEK:  Always be aware of your surroundings when you are walking in crosswalks, on sidewalks and through parking lots. Put your cell phone down. Your messages can wait, your safety can not!

Attention Students!  If you ordered Photos from Generations Photography, you can pick them up today and tomorrow during brunch and lunch in front of ASB.    

If you ride your bike to school, please be sure to lock your bike to the bike rack next to the pool or the rack behind the cafeteria.  Bikes parked in other locations may be confiscated.     

Was it Colonel Mustard who murdered with the candlestick in the Study?  Miss Scarlett with the knife in the Library?  Come and find out!  Auditions for the Fall Play “CLUE!” continue TODAY at 3:30pm in the auditorium.  See Mrs. Lloyd in the Theatre Office with questions.  Auditions are open to all HHS Students.    

Are you passionate about helping others, patient and friendly? If so, please apply to be a tutor in the Academic Center. Online applications are due by this Friday, August 31st.  Please see Ms. Ortiz if you have any questions or need more details. The Academic Center is located in room K1.    

Missing something?  Check the Lost & Found, located in the Activities Office near the Registrar.    

CLASS NEWS
Seniors - Please come see our Registrar, Mrs. San Cristobal, to make sure we have your name without spelling errors. This has to be done no later than December 12th.    


CLUBS
Le Cirque des Rêves is a circus which is only open from sunset to sunrise, appearing without notice and disappearing with no warning. But even the Dreamers who follow the circus don't know about the dark, magical competition taking place within it. Pick up a copy of The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern at the library to find out more! Also, make sure to come out to discuss the book at the first meeting of the book club Creative Bookkeeping at lunch on Thursday, September 13 in the library.

Is school dragging you down? Need a lift? Join Aerospace Club to fly high! Aerospace is launching its first meeting at lunch on Tuesday September 4th in room B107. We hope your parachutes are working so that you can land at our meetings!
 

Bulletin for August 29

STUDENTS

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Always be aware of your surroundings when you are walking in crosswalks, on sidewalks and through parking lots. Put your cell phone down. Your messages can wait, your safety can not!

Congratulations FBLA! Winners of the National Championship for the 19th time!

Seniors!  There is a mandatory Senior Meeting today in the Field House during Tutorial.  Please be prompt.    
    
Attention Students!  If you ordered Photos from Generations Photography, you can pick them up today - Friday, August 29 - 31, during brunch and lunch in front of ASB.    

Was it Colonel Mustard who murdered with the candlestick in the Study?  Miss Scarlett with the knife in the Library?  Come and find out!  Auditions for the Fall Play “CLUE!” are TODAY and tomorrow at 3:30pm in the auditorium.  See Mrs. Lloyd in the Theatre Office with questions.  Auditions are open to all HHS Students.    

Off Campus Waiver Applications for 10th, 11th and 12th grade students, with a hole in their schedule, will be available starting Monday, September 10th, in the Guidance Office.  Applications for 9th grade students will be available on Monday, October 8th.   Until then students must remain on campus during their empty periods.
    
Are you passionate about helping others, patient and friendly? If so, please apply to be a tutor in the Academic Center. Online applications are due by this Friday, August 31st.  Please see Ms. Ortiz if you have any questions or need more details. The Academic Center is located in room K1.    

Registration is now open for the Mustang Run on September 8!  The first 100 to register will get a free tee shirt. This is a 5k run/walk that is open to the entire community of all ages and abilities. Bring your friends, family and teammates to support Athletic Boosters. Check in is at 9:30am, and the run starts at 10:00. Visit hhsathletics.com for more information and registration. Don’t wait, do it today!    

 Are you interested in being a morning announcement reader?  If you are, please sign up on the door of room A-114.  Tryouts will take place on Friday, August 31st at 3:30 PM in room A114.    

Teen Academy begins on September 20th.  Stop by School Climate for more information and to sign up.
    
Ambassadors Program – Do you like meeting new students from other countries? Are you interested in helping them adjust to a new culture? If so, please fill out an application to be a mentor for a program! Please come see Mrs. Wu in Guidance for an application!    

Missing something?  Check the Lost & Found, located in the Activities Office near the Registrar.    


CLASS NEWS
Seniors - Please come see our Registrar, Mrs. San Cristobal, to make sure we have your name without spelling errors. This has to be done no later than December 12th.    


COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
College Information Night for Seniors and their Parents - Current Seniors and their parents are invited to attend College Information Night TONIGHT from 6:00-7:30pm, in the HHS Auditorium. Topics will include: Financial Aid, college application overview and College Essay 101.    
 

Bulletin for August 28

STUDENTS

TIP OF THE WEEK:  Always be aware of your surroundings when you are walking in crosswalks, on sidewalks and through parking lots. Put your cell phone down. Your messages can wait, your safety can not!

Congratulations FBLA! Winners of the National Championship for the 19th time!

Was it Colonel Mustard who murdered with the candlestick in the Study?  Miss Scarlett with the knife in the Library?  Come and find out!  Auditions for the Fall Play “CLUE!” are Wednesday, August 29 and Thursday, August 30, 3:30pm in the auditorium.  See Mrs. Lloyd in the Theatre Office with questions.  Auditions are open to all HHS Students.    

Off Campus Waiver Applications for 10th, 11th and 12th grade students, with a hole in their schedule, will be available starting Monday, September 10th, in the Guidance Office.  Applications for 9th grade students will be available on Monday, October 8th.   Until then students must remain on campus during their empty periods.
    
Are you passionate about helping others, patient and friendly? If so, please apply to be a tutor in the Academic Center. Online applications will be accepted until Friday, August 31st.  Please see Ms. Ortiz if you have any questions or need more details. The Academic Center is located in room K1.    

Registration is now open for the Mustang Run on September 8!  The first 100 to register will get a free tee shirt. This is a 5k run/walk that is open to the entire community of all ages and abilities. Bring your friends, family and teammates to support Athletic Boosters. Check in is at 9:30am, and the run starts at 10:00. Visit hhsathletics.com for more information and registration. Don’t wait, do it today!    

 Are you interested in being a morning announcement reader?  If you are, please sign up on the door of room A-114.  Tryouts will take place on Friday, August 31st at 3:30 PM in room A114.    

Teen Academy begins on September 20th.  Stop by School Climate for more information and to sign up.
    
Ambassadors Program – Do you like meeting new student from other countries? Are you interested in helping them adjust to a new culture? If so, please fill out an application to be a mentor for a program! Please come see Mrs. Wu in Guidance for an application!    

CLASS NEWS
Seniors - Please come see our Registrar, Mrs. San Cristobal, to make sure we have your name without spelling errors. This has to be done no later than December 12th.    

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
College Information Night for Seniors and their Parents - Current Seniors and their parents are invited to attend College Information Night on Wednesday, August 29th, from 6:00-7:30pm, in the HHS Auditorium. Topics will include: Financial Aid, college application overview and College Essay 101.
 

Bulletin for August 20

TIP OF THE WEEK: Step into your power and dream big. You have the power to do what it takes to break through any obstacles that stand in the way of yourself, your dreams and your happiness!

Week 1:
Monday, August 20: School Starts 8:00 – Mandatory Advisory 8:00 – 8:30 AM – See web site for special bell schedule.
Tuesday, August 21: Regular Schedule “B” 
Wednesday, August 22: Regular Schedule “C” 
Thursday, August 23: Regular Schedule “B”
Friday, August 24 Rally Schedule (Please see website for Rally Schedule)

No schedules will be changed during the first three days of school, as new students must be registered first.   
    
Make-Up Picture Day is today 7:30am – 2:30 pm in the Student Center.      

Interested in an academic locker? Sign-ups will begin on Thursday, August 23rd during brunch, lunch and after school until 3:45. Bring your student ID. Lockers will be available in the Lower B building and the L building.    
    
Off Campus Waiver Applications for 10th, 11th and 12th grade students, with a hole in their schedule, will be available starting Monday, September 10th, in the Guidance Office.  Applications for 9th grade students will be available on Monday, October 8th.   Until then students must remain on campus during their empty periods.
    
Students - The first rally of the year is this Friday, Aug 24, during tutorial. Wear your best Aloha Gear or green and white and get your spirit pumped!    

Attention Students! Are you passionate about helping others, patient and friendly? If so, please apply to be a tutor in the Academic Center. Online applications will be accepted until Friday, August 31st.  Please see Ms. Ortiz if you have any questions or need more details. The Academic Center is located in room K1.    

Teen Academy begins on September 20th.  Stop by School Climate for more information and to sign up.
    
Students!  Are you tech savvy and interested in working the Jumbotron at our home football games this year?   See Mr. Lavelle in room A-116 for more information.    

Don’t miss Homestead Athletic Booster’s 1st Mustang 5K Run Fundraiser on Saturday, September 8th.  Check-in begins at 9:00 AM in the Field House and the run begins at 10:00 AM.  See the HHS web site for more information.
    
CLASS NEWS
Attention Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors interested in being a Teacher’s Assistant.  Please check the posting on the window coming into the office, from the Quad main hallway, for teachers needing TA’s.  Applications are available in the Guidance Department.       

Freshmen - Are you interested in running for class office?  If so, come to the informational meeting at lunch tomorrow, 8/21, in A 114.  Attendance is mandatory for all candidates!        
        

SPORTS
Students!  If you have made a fall athletic team, please remind your parent to attend the mandatory Parent & Coaches Meeting on Wednesday, August 22 at 7:00 PM in the Cafeteria.    

Attention athletes!  See the Athletic website for information about ordering your athletic photos.