2017-2018 School Year
Welcome to San Pasqual High School's Parent Club. We invite you to attend our meetings and get involved. If you aren't getting our e-mail updates, please send us an email at email@example.com and we will get you on the mailing list.
WE NEED YOU!!!!
Calling all moms, dads, grandmas and grandpas!
Our high school students need you! We are looking for some committed volunteers to help proctor in the library during Peer Tutoring times. The volunteer would monitor the scheduling and attendance of the students with tutors, and be available for questions during that hour and oversee the session to assure students are keeping on task. No experience necessary. We train you!
Peer tutoring is provided to our students free of charge by the Parents Club. Our tutors are paid either an hourly wage, which we cover, or they can opt for volunteer hours to fulfill their high school volunteer hours requirement.
We see so much improvement in the students being tutored. In addition to bringing up their grade in the tutored subject, it boosts their self esteem, which helps them do better in all school subjects and will carry on outside of school and in life.
We cannot bear the thought of not being able to provide this much needed program to our kids who deserve it. With our Peer Tutoring program, everyone has an opportunity to receive the help they need.
If we could get 10 volunteers, everyone would only need to work 2 hours a month. That is a doable time commitment. Needed time slots are for an hour every afternoon M-F. Please consider donating your time to our Peer Tutoring Program. We do desperately need you.
Thank you for your support!
Parents Club President
San Pasqual High School
Eagles Nest is an after school snack bar that is run through SPHS Parent Club. We provide a variety of snacks and beverages at minimal charge for those students that stay on campus after the school day ends Monday - Friday. The Nest is staffed by parent volunteers, but we have room for student volunteers also. Students can earn community service hours for their participation in the program. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in helping our or have a student that would like to earn community service hours.
Parent Club Board
Get connected on the Parent Club Facebook Page: https://m.facebook.com/SPHSPC/
The application for the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) may determine not only if your student will receive breakfast and lunch at a great savings to you, but whether or not your student will also recieve savings related to college intrance test fees, Advanced Placement exam fees and college application fees. Please click here for more detailed information! Haga clic aquí para obtener información más detallada!
In order to help keep our schools safe the North Country Office of Education along with Escondido High School District has created the following document to help parents identify warning signals of mental illness in young adults. Being able to identify students in need can help keep our schools safe and also help students receive the services that they need. The documents are available both in English and Spanish below.