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California High PTSA

Honorary Service Awards

California High PTSA is looking for nominees for Honorary Service Awards.  The Honorary Service Award (HSA) program encourages PTA units to honor individuals or organizations through donations to the HSA program fund of the California State PTA (a scholarship and grant program).

The goals of the HSA program are as follows:

  • To recognize deserving PTA, school and community volunteers for outstanding service to children and youth.
  • To provide funds for the scholarship and grant program.

The applicants being considered should be recognized for outstanding service to children and youth, not for routine assigned responsibilities or for retirement. Those who work behind the scenes, quietly and efficiently, should also be considered.

AWARDS/CRITERIA

Honorary Service Award (HSA): May be given to an individual or organization in the PTA, school or community in special recognition of outstanding service to children and youth.

Continuing Service Award (CSA): May be given to an individual or organization in the PTA, school or community for recognition of outstanding service to children and youth.  This award may be given to a person whose contributions have been significant over a continuing period of time.  The award may be given regardless of whether a recipient has previously received the California State PTA’s Honorary Service Award.

Golden Oak Service Award: May be given to an individual who or organization that has made a significant contributions to the welfare of children and youth in the PTA, school, or community.  This award should be given to recognize exceptional service to children and youth; it is the California State PTA’s most prestigious award.

Very Special Person (VSP):  May be given to an individual or PTA constituent organization to recognize an individual.

Outstanding Teacher Award:  The Outstanding Teacher Award may be given to a teacher in special recognition for outstanding service in welfare of children and youth in the PTA, school, or community.

Outstanding Administrator Award:  The Outstanding Administrator Award may be given to an administrator in special recognition for outstanding service in welfare of children and youth in the PTA, school, or community.

 

Nominations are due by April 27, 2018.  Please complete the nomination form and submit via email to Donna Browne.  For more information, or to nominate an individual, contact Donna Browne at donnabrowne2.0@gmail.com

Scholarship Applications now being Accepted

PTSA Scholarship applications are now being accepted!  Please click here or on the Scholarships link in the left column for application and deadline information.

New Executive Board Elected

The following volunteers were elected to the California High School PTSA for the 2018-2019 school year:

 

President:  Karen Robman

Secretary:  Donna Browne

Treasurer:  Jeanne Won

Auditor:  Rory Barr

Parliamentarian:  Anshu Jain

Historian:  Reena Pal

Legislative Advocacy:  Robin Peoples Klau

Parent Engagement:  Danielle Cook

Parent Information Coffee, April 19th at 7:30am

AP EXAMS: Everything parents want to know about AP Testing !
 
How are they run and what do they mean for my student?
Learn more about the upcoming AP Tests at California High School. AP Exams are designed to measure how well a student has mastered the content and skills of the course — a successful score could possibly earn credit and advanced placement in college. 
 
To know more details about testing at Cal High, come and chat with our Assistant Principals - Catie Hawkins and Kathleen Martins at our coffee meeting on Thursday April 19 at 7:30 am in the Student Union.

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About California High PTSA

The California High Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) was organized in 1983, and is a member of the San Ramon Valley Council of PTAs, and the 32nd District PTA.   We strive to support and speak on behalf of all children and youth in our school and in our community. We promote opportunities for parents to address the needs of high school students and we foster a positive partnership between parents, teachers, students and the community.

 

The goals of the California High PTSA are:

  • foster communication and collaboration between home and school

  • support a welcoming and inclusive school community

  • encourage life-long learning and well-being for parents, students and staff

  • inform our parent community about legislation that benefits all children

The CHS PTSA is especially proud of the partnership we have developed with the staff.  Bear Facts, the Cal High weekly newsletter, is prepared and e-mailed to every family in the Cal High community by the PTSA. The PTSA will continue to keep parents informed about legislative issues that affect our children and schools.

 

We invite all California High School parents, students, and teachers to join and become involved in our PTSA. There are many opportunities to make a difference in our school and community!

 

All parents, staff, students and community members are encouraged to support the California High PTSA.

 

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