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It's the law for 17 and 18 year old young men to register with the United States Selective Service System, and there are critical benefits linked to Selective Service registration, like access to:

  • College loans and grants
  • Job training and certification programs
  • Access to all federal employment opportunities
  • all Post Office employment     
  • many State, municipal, and town jobs, as well as
  • an increasing number of contractor positions
  • U.S. Citizenship (up to a five-year delay for failing to register)

It only takes 45 seconds to register at sss.gov.  Men can submit their registration during their 17th year and are required by law to register when they turn 18. Learn more at the SSS website

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Come out to Sapnay Saturday May 18th to see some amazing performances from Homestead Indopak as well as 10 outside of school teams! We will have food trucks, MC's, and some fire mixes. Tickets will be sold in the quad, near ASB during brunch and lunch. They are $8 w/ ASB, $10 w/o, and 12 dollars at the door! 

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Don't miss Homestead's amazing music students in their final concerts of the year. Outstanding senior soloists: Suvan Agarwal, Sean Chen, James Edwards, Timothy Fu, William Lum, Matthew Origel, and Lizzy Mirov will be featured!

Wednesday, May 15: Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble 2; Thursday, May 16: Concert Band and Wind Ensemble 1;

Tuesday, May 21: Percussion; Wednesday, May 22: Choir; Thursday, May 23: Orchestra and Thursday, May 30: Jazz Ensemble.  All concerts are free, start at 7:30pm, and take place in the auditorium, except the Jazz Concert takes place in the Cafeteria and includes a special pasta dinner presented by Homestead Tri-M, the National Music Honor Society.

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The Homestead Athletic Boosters (HAB) is hosting its 2nd Annual Mustang Run this September to raise money for all Homestead athletic programs.  In addition to providing a platform for teams to raise funds individually, HAB also raises and provides funds to enhance programs.

In the 2018-2019 school year alone, HAB purchased the following apparel or equipment in support of the teams you see in parentheses below:

  • Assistance with new uniform purchase (Boys Basketball)
  • Netting for turtle batting cage (Baseball)
  • Baseball for pitching machine (Softball)
  • Trough for hot tub (Diving)
  • Buoys/kickboards (Swimming)
  • Shirts for team (Boys Golf)
  • Speakers for meets (Track & Field)

HAB’s 2019-2020 school year goal is to provide support for each and every team.  Please help by supporting the Mustang Run!

Registration is now open and only $20!  If you register before August 26th, you will receive a free t-shirt for the run!  Register now at www.hhsathletics.com!!!

Please see the FLYER for additonal information on the Mustang Run.

If you know anyone who would like to become a sponser for this event, please see the FLYER for additional information and pass it on!

Please contact Lisa Fourkas at president@hhsathletics.com if you have any questions.

We hope to see you on Saturday, September 7th!

Lisa Fourkas

Homestead Athletics Boosters President

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Mandatory Concussion Baseline Testing ~ FALL ATHLETES ONLY

Required for all student athletes for the 2019-20 school year.  This testing must be taken every year in order to try-out and participate in HHS Athletics.

If you are planning on playing a Fall sport next year, you need to sign up for a time on the link provided below to take the concussion test on either Tuesday, June 4th or Wednesday, June 5th in the Library between 2:00 – 4:00. 

https://signup.com/go/BuSkUaj

There is nothing to prepare for, just show up at the location and time you signed up for.  If you will be trying out for a Winter or Spring sport, we will have additional testing sessions at a later date for those seasons separately.

***This scientifically based system implemented by FUHSD, is used as part of a baseline protocol and is needed for post-injury evaluations.  It helps to facilitate the evaluation of athletes that may have suffered a concussion.  This program is a web-based solution designed to take 25-30 minutes on a computer.

~Mrs. Fisher & HHS Athletics

**************INCOMING FRESHMEN**************

Incoming freshmen will test on Wednesday, August 7th beginning at 1:00.  More info to come!

 

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We are excited to announce that Fremont Union High School District is partnering with the Foothil/De Anza Community College District to offer academic enrichment and career technical education (CTE) pathways to extend opportunities beyond what is offered in our course catalog. The courses listed and described below will be taught by community college faculty after school on one of our campuses or online. Students who will be in 11th and 12th grades during the 2019-20 school year may register for and participate in these classes.

Campus Fall Quarter 2019 Spring Quarter 2020
Cupertino
T/Th 4-5:50 pm

General Psychology (PSYC 1; 4 units; De Anza) Factors influencing human behavior including: biological and neurological processes and structures, evolution, genetics, gender, life span development, consciousness, attention, sensation, perception, learning, memory cognition, intelligence, motivation, emotion, stress, personality, psychopathology, psychotherapy, social and cultural determinants.

Child Development (The Early Years) (PSYC 10G; 4 units; De Anza) An introductory course that examines the major physical, psychosocial and cognitive/language developmental milestones for children, both typical and atypical, from conception through middle childhood. There will be an emphasis on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors. While studying developmental theory and investigative research methodologies, students will observe children, evaluate individual differences and analyze characteristics of development at various stages.

Online

Contemporary Health Concerns (HLTH 21; 4 units; De Anza) Development of understanding and attitudes relative to personal, family, community, and global health needs. Attention given to mental health, drug abuse, infectious and degenerative diseases, family health, nutrition, exercise, the life cycle, and ecological conditions of health significance. Study of common lifestyle behaviors will emphasize self-help and preventable aspects of medical care.

 

Monta Vista
T/TH 4-5:50 pm

General Psychology (PSYC 1; 4 units; De Anza) Factors influencing human behavior including: biological and neurological processes and structures, evolution, genetics, gender, life span development, consciousness, attention, sensation, perception, learning, memory cognition, intelligence, motivation, emotion, stress, personality, psychopathology, psychotherapy, social and cultural determinants.

Psychology of Gender (PSYC 12; 4 units; De Anza) A survey of the psychobiological, cultural, social and intellectual factors influencing the psychology of gender.

Monta Vista
M/W 4-6:30 p.m.

Calculus (Math 1C; 5 units; Foothill)*

Infinite series, lines and surfaces in three dimensions, vectors in two and three dimensions, parametric equations of curves. Derivatives and integrals of vector functions.

 

*Foothill and De Anza College have a 4 course calculus sequence (Math 1A/B/C/D) which is in alignment with other 4-year universities on the quarter system. While there is overlap between BC Calculus and Math 1C for the topic of sequences and series, the remainder of Math 1C and 1D are dedicated to multivariable calculus. West Valley and Mission College have a 3 course sequence: the first two courses are for single variable calculus and the third course

Calculus (Math 1D Calculus; 5 units; Foothill)*

Partial derivatives, multiple integrals, vector calculus.

 

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Tamara Emmert, FUHSD Guidance Counselor at De Anza College, will be at Homestead on the dates and times listed below. She will answer questions regarding Concurrent Enrollment at De Anza. De Anza College Concurrent Enrollment Forms must be submitted to the Guidance Department for signature. Please allow 24 hours for processing. 

NOTE: The concurrent Enrollment Form asks for a student ID number. This number is the De Anza ID number, not the Homestead ID number. De Anza's ID number are 8-digits, all numeric and start with a "2" or "1". 

  • Wednesday, May 8th, during Tutorial, in the Library (De Anza Concurrent Enrollment Presentation)
  • Wednesday, May 15th, during Tutorial, in the College & Career Center
  • Wednesday, May 22nd, during Tutorial, in the College & Career Center  
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Fundraisers

Amity Bateman

Homestead Athletic Boosters (HAB) has partnered with Sports Basement on the Basmenteer Savings & Giving Program!   Sign up online or in the store, select Homestead High School as your beneficiary and you will save 10% on ALL purchases while our school will earn 10%. Find out more information about the program and how you can support Homestead Athletics. 

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