GOOD MORNING DE ANZA HIGH SCHOOL!! Today is Monday, March 30th, 2015! Today’s weather is sunny with a high of 70 degrees. Now here are your announcements brought to you by the leadership class.
→ Anyone interested in signing up for the Costa Rica trip for next Spring let mr. Fabun or Mr. Hillyer know. We are getting together a list of students and need to have that complete by next week.
→ Hall sweeps will be starting this week so please be aware students caught in the hallways will be ‘swept’ up and could receive detention.
→ Please verify the diploma order lists (green) posted in the main hallway for accuracy. Only your legal name, which appears on your birth certificate will be printed on your diploma. Any corrections must be made in the main office by April 3rd.
→ Seniors, the CCC Assessment for English and Math will be held here again on April 1st in the morning in Room 7-109. You must sign up with Ms. Javier to get a pass.
→ Also anyone wishing to make a speech for graduation has to make an appointment with Mr.Evans asap!
SENIORS DO NOT FORGET TO ORDER YOUR CAP AND GOWNS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AS WELL. The deadline is this month!
→ Welcome to Multi-Cultural Spirit Week! This week Leadership is helping all of De Anza support their diversity starting with today; Inner Animal Monday! Enjoy rocking out those animals all day long and at lunch Leadership will be supplying some fun jump rope games so if you have what it takes to leap with the animals head on out and have some fun.
Also, since this is Multi-Cultural Week, it is not about class competition, but about working together. There are no points this week but show off your pride in your community and family by dressing up and participating. Enjoy the minimum day and have a “purrr-fect” day!
I want to welcome you to a new school year on our new De Anza High School Campus. This is a beautiful, state-of-the-art academic institution, and we are so proud to have all of you as a part of our learning community that will strive for success here. This year, along with our new gyms and theater, we have implemented new classes and programs to further enhance your high school experience. Within these pages you will find all the information you will need to navigate yourself successfully through the year here at De Anza High School. You will find information regarding procedures about athletics, academies, expectations for your behavior, extra and co-curricular activities, graduation requirements, and, most importantly, the names of those on campus that are here to support you. Teachers, staff, and administrators are here at De Anza High School because we care about helping students. We all have involved ourselves in activities both in and out of the classrooms in order to provide a special high school experience for you. We believe that we can make a difference during your high school years. We hope you will take advantage of the many opportunities provided for you here on campus. Get involved in the many clubs, teams, programs, and activities we have for you. Getting involved and getting to know others on campus, both adults and students will strengthen your life experiences and prepare you for future years. This planner is designed to help you to prepare yourself, to stay organized, and to understand the procedures of our campus. This will be an exciting year. I am excited about it, and look forward to all that is ahead. I hope you do as well.
Robert Evans, Principal
De Anza is a rigorous and engaging educational environment in which all students achieve academic and personal success as they become lifelong learners and productive citizens.
De Anza provides quality teaching, a caring and safe environment, promotes learning, and prepares all students for graduation and the career path of their choice.
De Anza High School Students will:
Think: Critically and Creatively
Communicate: Respectfully and Effectively
Contribute: Locally and Globally