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PTSA Calendar

Today: 10/21/14

Opportunities to help with Measures J & K


Monday, 10/27, 6pm-8pm

Intero Real Estate office

10275 N De Anza Blvd., Cupertino

  • Phone banking means calling registered voters in the district who have already been identified as supporters, confirming that they are supporters and encouraging them to vote (maximum of 2 minute phone call).
  • No persuasion is involved.  If someone says they do not support the measure, you simply thank them for their time and hang up.
  • If people have questions, you will have an FAQ that will answer the most common questions.


Are you member of a neighborhood group or mailing list? A church, synagogue, mosque or other organization or interested community group? Please share Measure J & K with them. 

Info is also available

at and 


Important Safeway Change to eScrip Program

Effective November 1st 2013 , purchases made at Safeway using a credit card no longer generate eScrip contributions towards our school. All other forms of payment (Debit Card, Check, Cash, Fast Forward Debit Card, SmartCheck, Gift Card, WIC, CalFresh) continue to earn money for CHS. You may still pay for your groceries with a credit card, but your purchases do not generate contributions for Cupertino High School.

For more information regarding the eScrip program at CHS, please contact
Kim Zea or go to for complete details.

Support CHS with eScrip!

eScrip Program

Not yet registered with eScrip? Simply go to to register your Safeway, credit and debit cards and select Cupertino High ASB, #6499420 as your group.  It's free, safe and easy!  Cupertino ASB will receive contributions from participating merchants when you register and shop with them (our largest contributor is Safeway, so if you already shop there, make it count for us by registering your Safeway card!).  Our goal is to reach 1,000 supporters this year to bring in more money. Encourage your relatives and friends to register, too!

For more information regarding the eScrip program at Cupertino High School, please contact Kim Zea or go to for complete details.

More student programs to come!

Please stay tuned for some of the following programs :
  • Career OPtions

COPs is a series of monthly seminars focused on a career option. A panel of two to three speakers from a given career field provide their perspectives to the students. The seminars are open to all students. We need parent volunteers to help in identifying and organizing panels and bringing speakers. If you can be a speaker or can help with this program, please see the volunteer form or contact Vandana Agarwal.

  • Job Shadow

In 2012-2013, students had an opportunity to explore the Executive Briefing Center and saw the Telepresence technology at Cisco systems headquarters in San Jose through a job shadow experience. If you are willing to organize an event at your company and inspire our students with exposure to the products and business of your company, please get in touch with PTSA through volunteer form or contact Vandana Agarwal to discuss your idea and timeline.


October happenings with the PTSA

Please join us for some of these events in October!


October 15 7pm PTSA Meeting in the Cafeteria.  James Gilmore, Department Chair for Physical Education will be our guest, discussing the PE department and ready to answer your questions.

October 20 Reflections National Arts Contest entries are due into the CHS office.  All students are eligible.

October 21 Korean Parents are providing a luncheon for the staff. Contact Soomi or check their webpage for more information

November 4  Election Day.  Measures J & K of the Fremont Union School District are on the Ballot (see Opportunities to help on the left column)

November 13 Indian Parents will provide a lunch for the staff. Contact Bindu Prakash to see how you can help.

November 19 7pm in the College and Career Center PTSA Meeting.  Special guest will be Matt Lorenzo, Teen Services Librarian from Cupertino Library who will highlight the Database Systems that are critical for research.


Anytime - Join the CHS PTSA!  If you were just too overwhelmed to look at another paper at the beginning of the school year, it's not too late.  Complete the CHS PTSA Member Form and have your student turn it in at the school office.  Membership gives you the right to vote at PTSA meetings and also entitles you to "member perks": CAPTA Perks.  Donations also always welcome!

Back to school night - Wed. Sept.10

Thank you to the many parents who assisted Illa Mistry with the Pasta Dinner prior to Back to School Night!

ASB, homecoming...? What's that?

Learn more about all the acronyms and spirit words of Cupertino High School!

We made a glossary for you: see the Tino Terminology, and "speak Tino" with your student!

First board meeting - Aug. 20, 2014 - Join us on Sept. 17 at 7PM in the cafeteria!

First board meeting - August 20, 2014

A message from our PTSA President

Cupertino High School’s Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) is looking forward to the 2014-2015 school year and we are ready to help you, as parents, to become involved in the activities at the ...more

2014-2015 CHS PTSA Board


Patti Schmidt

Exec VP

Arivalagan Alagarrajan


Benaifer Dastoor


Viji Ilango

1st VP – Students

Vandana Agarwal

2nd VP – Parents

Myoung Kang

3rd VP – Staff

Nancy Boyle, Paula Rowe

4th VP – Membership

Kim Zea


Michelle Riess


Amisha Shah


Martina Herhusky


Carrie Reichenberger

Website Manager

Agnes Pommier


Kim Zea


Michelle Riess

Senior Events

Illa Mistry


Thank you for making an effort to join our PTSA at Cupertino High School!
By joining the PTSA, you've become a member of the nation's largest and most powerful children's advocacy association in the ...more
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Many local companies offer matching donations to school organizations. Some companies match only cash donations while others will also donate cash to match your volunteer hours contributed to the ...more


November 19 - 7:00PM - All welcome!

Location: College & Career Center

The PTSA meetings are typically the third Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm in the College and Career Center. Come and hear what's going on at CHS!







7:00 pm

College & Career Center

Meeting - all welcome!


7:00 pm

College & Career Center

Association Meeting - all welcome!


7:00 pm

College & Career Center

Meeting - all welcome!


7:00 pm

College & Career Center

Meeting - all welcome!


7:00 pm

College & Career Center

Association Meeting - all welcome!


6:30 pm


Board Meeting/Potluck

CALL for entries:

CALL for entries:

Entry submission due date:

Monday October 20, 2014

9:00AM in the school office

This contest is open to all Cupertino High School students.

- Find out more -

PTSA Volunteer Program

 Volunteering is a wonderful way to stay in touch with the happenings at CHS and a way for you to meet CHS parents, staff and administrators. Parent volunteers are needed for a variety of important school-wide programs and events.  Please know that even a few hours of your time can make a tremendous difference! 

-  Be a Student Success Center Tutor

-  Volunteer at Residency Verif. Days
-  Help with Admin Tutorial
-  Support FUHSD programs and events

-  Contribute to Staff Appreciation events

Volunteer at the annual Career Fair

-  Help with Senior Events


Please contact Carrie Reichenberger if you would like to volunteer.


Stay Connected, Stay Informed,

Get Involved…

Join the CHS Volunteer Program!

PTSA Documents

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Requests for Reimbursement, Requests for Payment Authorization and Check Advances should be made by sending the appropriate form to Benaifer Dastoor, dropped in the PTSA mailbox in the school office, or brought to the monthly PTSA meeting.  All forms must have receipts or invoices attached.

The PTSA non-profit letter of determination can be found in the documents section of this PTSA homepage.