PROSPECT

One Santa Barbara Road

Pleasant Hill, CA  94523

Phone:  925-682-8000 ext.3999

Fax:  925-937-6052

prospecths.com

 

2017-18 Staff

  • Dr. Brockman, Administrator

  • Mrs. Coffee, Teacher

  • Mr. Henik, Teacher

  • Mr. Nowak, Resource Teacher

  • Mr. Bailey, Math Intervention Teacher

  • Mrs. Beteta, Work Experience Teacher

  • Mrs. Goetz, Community Services Assistant

  • Ms. Hendrick, Counselor

  • Mrs. Hunt, Office Manager

Our Goals

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Prospect NSHS


goalwithpuzzle.jpgProspect Small High School is an alternative high school in the Mt. Diablo Unified School District.  We focus on small class sizes, close interaction with teachers and staff, and credit recovery.  We welcome all students who would like a smaller high school environment or need to make up credits in order to graduate.  Any student in the Mt. Diablo Unified School District from age 16 to 18 may apply to Prospect.

Prospect NSHS Application  (must be completed with your school administrator)

Leave It Home

Do Not Bring Personal Belongings and Valuables to School!

Prospect HS and MDUSD cannot accept any liability for personal belongings and valuables.   As a result, we are not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen valuables such as:

  • cell phones
  • digital cameras
  • personal laptops
  • bicycles, skateboards or scooters

An incident form can be filed in our school office, and, depending on the value, a police report made by the student or parent may be appropriate.

Summer and Fall DVC Classes

Do not miss 
class signups!

 

High school student registration for students going into grades 11 and 12

May 29 for Summer 2018

June 25 for Fall 2018

SENIORs

Have You  ??????

Ordered your Graduation Cap and Gown

 

Checked out the Graduation Webpage

 

Put the Graduation Practice at Noon on May 29 on your calendar

 

Know your goals and what you will do after June 3

Summer School Applications Now Available

Summer School SignThe district has made Summer School forms available to parents and students.  They should be turned in to the office.  For more info on the Service Learning Class, read through the Service Learning Brochure, for requirements.

Crossroads Toy Drive


Thank you to all students who were able to bring in a toy for the babies and young children at Crossroads. The students helped to sort the toys before Mr. Henik took them to Crossroads.

 

Check Grades On Your Phone

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Homelink Login (Check out your grades and attendance)

 

Want to keep track of your grades and assignments on your cell phone?  Grades for Parents and Students can give you up to date information.  Read more at:  

iTunes Version App   Android Version App

Important Dates 2017-18

 

August 22 – First Student Day

Sept. 4 – Labor Day

October 20 – End 1st Quarter

November 10 – Veterans Day

November 20-24 – School Recess

December 22 - End 2nd Quarter & 1st Semester

December 25-January 5 - Winter Recess

January 15 – Martin Luther King Day

 

February 12 – All Teacher In-Service Day

February 19 – Presidents' Day

March 19 – All Teacher In-Service Day

March 23 - End of 3rd Quarter

March 30 - Cesar Chavez Day

April 2-6 – Spring Recess

May 28 – Memorial Day

June 3 - Graduation at the Pavilion

June 7 – Last Student Day/ End of 2nd semester

 

Click here for the district and state testing dates.

RISE

Class Periods

Period 1: 8:00-8:45am

Period 2: 8:50-9:35am

Period 3: 9:40-10:25am

Brunch/Lunch: 10:25-10:55am

Period 4: 10:55-11:40am

Period 5: 11:45am-12:30pm  (Wednesday - Work Experience/Volunteer Service Learning)

Period 6: 12:35-1:20pm - Make up times (Thursday Tutor Hour)

Seniors!

Student Handbook

Download the latest version of

our Student Handbook!

English 

En Español

Free Lunch

MDUSD Food and Nutrition Services is striving to make applying for Free or Reduced Price Meals easier. You can now complete your application online! Prospect students can get breakfast before school and lunch after school. Other questions? Contact Food Services @ 682-8000 extension #4124

Important Links

FAFSA Changes for 2017-18

Starting with the 2017­–18 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®), the following changes have been put in place: 

 

  • Students are now able to submit a FAFSA® earlier.  Students have been able to file a 2017–18 FAFSA since Oct. 1, 2016, rather than beginning on Jan. 1, 2017. 
  • Students now report earlier income information. Beginning with the 2017–18 FAFSA, students are required to report income information from an earlier tax year. For example, on the 2017–18 FAFSA, students (and parents, as appropriate) must report their 2015 income information, rather than their 2016 income information.