About Lynbrook Administrator Responsibilities Annual School Plans Assistance with Online Tools Bell Schedules Challenge Success Complaint Procedures Construction Plans at LHS Daily Bulletin Guidelines for Emailing Staff Members Guidelines, Policies, Procedures and Forms Map and Directions Principal's News School Attendance Boundaries School Profile Smarter Balanced & Common Core Staff Directory Teacher Forms Use of Facilities WASC Information Web Publishing Guidelines
Library Home Page Library Databases & eBooks Teacher Directory Course Links AP Courses and Summer Study Social Studies Central Teacher Resources
Student Life Home ASB Leadership Class of 2018 Class of 2019 Class of 2020 Class of 2021 Clubs Photo Gallery Seniors Only Student Publications
Course Information and Planning Art Business Drama English Living Skills Mathematics Music Physical Education Science Social Studies World Languages Summer Options
Welcome & Guidance Staff Guidance Department College & Career Center STTAR Program Chinese Placement Test
Athletics Spirit & Dance Athletic Boosters Sports Medicine Viking Pumpkin Run
Parents & Community Home Alumni Bilingual Committee / English Language Learner Internet Safety Information LIMB (Music Boosters) PTSA School Site Council

News

Audience: Homepage and Guidance Department

The Guidance Counselors will be available on Wednesday, September 20th from 8:00 - 9:00 am in Lab 076 (flex lab) to provide college application and Family Connection support. Seniors do not need to sign-up, simply show up and work on any college application. Counselors can provide assistance with everything from creating and account and starting an application, to help with a specific troublesome question on the application, or a full application review. Upcoming dates include October 25 and November 8.

more
Posted by: Malissa Goldstein
Published: 9/18/17




Audience: Homepage

All students and their families are invited to attend the District's College Fair on September 21, 2017, at Fremont High School from 6:00 - 8:00 PM in both gyms. The gyms will be open for students only during the first hour of the fair, from 6-7 PM. During the first hour, parents are invited to the Fremont High School theater for a parent forum where parents of FUHSD alumni will provide insight into the opportunities and challenges of sending students to a variety of colleges and universities throughout the United States. Both gyms will be open to parents and students in the last hour of the College Fair, 7-8 PM.

Here is a list of participating colleges.  Here is the flyer for the event

 

While the District is excited to be able to continue to provide this valuable informational event to our students and parents, we are aware of the challenge that the date poses for some of our families as it falls on Rosh Hashanah. Unfortunately, FUHSD was assigned this date by the consortium of colleges that schedules college fairs throughout the state. The District did immediately request another date, however with hundreds of events being scheduled each year, we were unable to secure an alternative date and time. The only other option available was for a date in November, which would have been far too late to support our families in getting the critical information they need. 

 

Below we have provided information on several local and online college fairs which are open to the general public and which may be of interest to you and your student(s):

 

Sept. 25, 2017

The Big Virtual College Admissions Fair

10 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST

To register: https://collegefair.thebigvirtual.com/national-online-college-admissions-fair-high-school-counselor-registration-and-information

 

Oct. 8, 2017 

NACAC Fall 2017 Silicon Valley STEM College and Career Fair

Santa Clara Convention Center

Exhibit Halls C & D

5001 Great America Parkway

Santa Clara, CA 95054

1 to 4 p.m.

To register: https://www.nacacfairs.org/attend/stem-college-and-career-fairs/silicon-valley-stem-college-and-career-fair

 

For additional information and resources, please contact your school¹s College and Career Advisor. 

 

We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused by the conflict of the College Fair and Rosh Hashanah and we will continue to try and minimize scheduling conflicts of this nature in the future. 

 

more
Attachments:
Posted by: Mary Ann Galloway
Published: 9/6/17




Audience: Homepage

The PSAT test at Lynbrook is on Saturday, October 14, 2017.  Registration for Juniors starts on Tuesday, September 5th and continues through Tuesday, September 19th. Sophomore registration begins on Wednesday, September 13th and continues through Tuesday, September 19th.

 

Registration is held at the ASB office during brunch or lunch. You must have your Student ID card with you to register. The registration fee of $28 is payable by cash or check made out to FUHSD.

 

As a reminder – we do not test 9th graders.

 

For more information, check the Lynbrook website or see Ms. Weaver in the main office. / S. Weaver

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 8/31/17




Audience: Homepage

The Silicon Valley Fall Festival, held on Saturday, September 9, 2017 at the Cupertino Memorial Park, will prominently feature our High School robotics, fine arts, and band programs.  Students from all five High Schools will be exhibiting their artwork inside the Senior Center from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.  Stop by to support our talented students and vote for your favorite work of art. 

more
Posted by: Mary Ann Galloway
Published: 8/30/17




Audience: Homepage

Back To School Night is an evening focused on meeting your student’s teachers and learning more about the curriculum and instruction that happens in the classroom. Teachers present classroom expectations and how they support students. Classroom presentations begin promptly at 7:00pm.

Parents who need individual questions answered or a conference should e-mail the teacher at a later date.

 

The school’s Administrative Team, Guidance Team and representatives from FUHS Foundation, PTSA, Athletic Boosters and Lynbrook Excellence will be in the cafeteria to greet parents between 6:30 – 8:45 p.m. Please drop by the cafeteria to visit and enjoy light refreshments if you have time during the class schedule.

 

Staff and students from Link Crew will be available in the library to help parents with registering and signing up for School Loop, which is a powerful home-school communication tool.

 

Mark your calendar for Night on the Quad on Thursday, September 14, 2017 from 5:30 - 730. This is a fun filled annual event in it's 10th year. I hope to see you there! Check this link for updates about the event Night on the Quad.

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 8/28/17




Audience: Homepage

Monta Vista High School Mandarin Parenting Workshop:

 

Dates: 10/12, 10/19, 10/26 (Thursday) 2017
Time: 6 - 8 pm
Fee: Free
Location: Monta Vista High School - Library

 

Facilitator: Ya-Huei Chi, Student Advocate Intern at M.V. Marriage and Family Therapist Intern # 74587

 

Supervisor: Richard Prinz, LMFT

 

This workshop is 3-weeks long and discussed in Mandarin Chinese. It is open to high school teens’ parents. It is focused on supporting parents and strengthening the parent-teen relationship. You might find parenting very challenging when faced with raising your child in a different culture from your own. We will also explore the culture difference and generation gap, which you might encounter during parenting. Through group discussion and interactive practice, we will
learn together and support each other to make parenting an exciting and enjoyable experience!

 

Topics explored

  1. Understanding yourself and your teen - Parenting style and effect. - What are teens' misbehaviors telling you. 
  2. Listen and communicate effectively
  3. Set boundaries and allow consequence to build responsibility

If you have questions, please contact YaHuei by email at ya-huei_chi@fuhsd.org

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 8/28/17




Audience: Homepage

The 2017 Fall Parenting Class series meets on Wednesdays from September 27, 2017 through November 8, 2017.

There are 7 sessions in this series. The only cost is the $15 book.

Time: 5:30pm - 7:00pm. Location: MVHS Library.

Please register by emailing Richard Prinz at Richard_Prinz@fuhsd.org or call him at 366-7638. Richard welcomes your questions.

The classes are based on the STEP program. STEP stands for Systematic Training for Effective Parenting. This program is specifically geared for teens and has proven helpful to many. Parenting styles are discussed as well as the effects on you and your child regarding the parenting style that is used.

Topics include

  • Understanding your teen
  • emotions (yours and theirs)
  • encouragement
  • identifying whose problem is it--yours or your teens
  • communication (listening, expressing your feelings)
  • exploring with your teen alternative ways of thinking and behaving, and discipline (developing responsibility).

Participants need to come to all or the majority of all classes. There will be homework and teens will also be in attendance. 

 

Course Book: STEP: Parenting Teenagers, copyright 1998, by Dinkmeyer and McKay. STEP Publishers. This book is required. Please purchase it and read the first chapter prior to the first class. I will have copies available for sale a week before the first class.

 

Richard Prinz is the Student Advocate (School Therapist) at MVHS and is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.                

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 8/27/17




Audience: Homepage

Students received a School Loop email from Mr. Lee regarding Siemens Competition, Regeneron STS, and Synopsys Science Fair on Friday, August 25th. Students must read and fill out the Google Form by Friday, September 1, 2017 if they are interested in participating in the competition. Student who plan to compete in Siemens Competition or Regeneron STS are also required to attend the  mandatory STEMinars meeting on Tuesday, August 29, 2017 at the start of lunch in Room 002. Students who have questions, should contact Mr. Lee.

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 8/26/17




Audience: Homepage

Parking passes are now available for $5. Please see Mrs. Boehm in the ASB office to fill out a form and purchase a parking pass. Valid vehicle registration is required. All students are required to purchase and display a current 2017-2018 parking permit to park in the student parking lot and students are only allowed to park in student parking lot. Cars not in compliance will be cited starting September 1st.  / J. Ramirez

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 8/26/17




Audience: Homepage

Lynbrook is a closed campus, except during lunch hour. This means students cannot leave campus during tutorial or brunch or if a student has an unscheduled period in their schedule. If a student is leaving campus for an appointment, the student must pick up an off campus pass from the Attendance Office prior to leaving.  / E. Wong

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 8/16/17




Audience: Homepage

Homework Center will begin on Monday, 8/21. Homework Center is open on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 3:15pm-5pm. Students can go to the Library and work on homework before going home. Student IDs are required if students need to borrow a textbook during this time. Teacher and student tutors may not be available yet, but they will start soon. / M. Otoshi

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 8/16/17




Audience: Homepage

We are aware you may have heard recent reports in the media about incidents involving serious racist and misogynistic speech on social media that occurred during this last school year at Monta Vista High School. While we are not at liberty to provide specific details about this incident due to pending litigation and the privacy rights of those students involved, we do want to emphasize that this conduct goes against everything that is at the core of our beliefs as a school and district. We do not tolerate hate, harassment or bullying, and anytime there is a threat to the safety of our students we take it seriously. Please read the attached letter from Superintendent Polly Bove for more information regarding these incidents.

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 6/14/17




Audience: Homepage

Lynbrook Valkyries Dance Team invites you to come support our fundraiser on Tuesday, May 23rd from 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm. 30% of your purchase will be donated to the LHS Valkyries Dance Team when you eat at Pizza My Heart, 205300 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino.
 

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 5/17/17




Audience: Homepage

Please join the Valkyries for their upcoming Spring Showcase featuring the Valkyries Dance Team and special guest performances on Saturday, May 20th from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm in the Lynbrook Gym. Doors open at 6:45 pm.

Tickets - $7 (includes a free raffle ticket) - can be purchased from any Valk or at the door. Additional raffle tickets ($1 each) can be purchased at the door for a chance to win raffle baskets, gift certificates and more.

 

 

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 5/17/17




Audience: Homepage

Click on the image to VOTE for Mr. Seike every day!
 

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 5/17/17




Audience: Homepage

On Saturday, June 24th at 6:00 PM, the 43rd Annual Charlie Wedemeyer High School All-Star Football game at Levi’s Stadium will feature the very best graduating high school football players in Santa Clara County. Lynbrook High School will be represented by Jeff Wallis and Dylan Bouzigues playing for the South All-Stars. 

 

Purchase tickets using the Lynbrook High School Special Link

 

Press “Find Tickets”

 

A pop up box will ask for a promo code: enter “CWLYNBROOK”

 

And then enter how many tickets you need and purchase them like normal.

 

Any tickets purchased through that site will have $5 each directed to Lynbrook High School within 30 days after completion of the game. Ticket prices are $25 for adults, $15 for youth 18 and under.  Let’s make sure there is a strong Lynbrook High School showing to cheer on Jeff and Dylan!

 

See you at the game!

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 5/3/17




Audience: Homepage

Youth 18 and under get unlimited rides on VTA buses and light rail, June through August for just $75. That’s the same great price as last year and a savings of $60 off the regular price of three monthly youth passes! VTA’s Summer Youth Pass is the perfect way to get to summer jobs, the movies, the mall, and all of your favorite places. Summer Youth Passes are valid from June 1 through August 31, 2017.

The 2017 Summer Youth Passes will be available for purchase starting Tuesday, May 16. 
Visit http://www.vta.org/syp for more information. 

more
Posted by: Jeniffer Kan
Published: 4/25/17




Audience: Homepage

 

Course Request Verifications forms have been sent through a Chalkschool email. One parent will receive the form. Once the form is submitted then it is no longer viewable. If you want to make a copy, before you submit, download it as a PDF save to print.  

 

CAREFULLY REVIEW YOUR COURSE REQUESTS before you submit the form electronically. At this point, courses have not been scheduled, we are simply asking you to review requests.

 

If you want changes, complete, sign and download to print then return this hard copy to the office by Friday, April 21, 2017. At this point, courses have not been scheduled, we are simply asking you to review requests.

 

There will be a basket for each alpha group on the Guidance Office counter. Please enter the office in the back and exit through the front to help with congestion.

 

Examples of change requests:

  • A class you requested is not listed, an extra class is listed and you want it removed

  • You are missing a required class for graduation (such as English or Social Studies)

  • You overloaded yourself with AP and Honors classes and have now decided to lighten your load

  • You want to drop one class to add another (Not All changes may be possible)

 

Your counselor may contact you if there are questions about your changes; otherwise, the next notification will be early AUGUST when you receive a Chalkschool form of your preliminary schedule.

 

If you have questions, please see your counselor Before Friday, April 21, 2017.

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 4/11/17




Audience: Homepage


 

more
Posted by: Jeniffer Kan
Published: 4/1/17




Audience: Homepage

You are cordially invited by Superintendent Polly Bove to attend a community forum on March 14th in the Homestead High School Cafeteria from 7:00-9:00pm.

 

Members of the Community Taskforce on Student Wellness will 

  • Deliver an overview of topics presented and input received on March 2;
  • Receive community feedback on potential solutions to address sleep deprivation, such as a later school start time, changes to elements of the bell schedule and ideas to increase the quality and quantity of sleep; and
  • Provide clarity regarding how recommendations will be decided upon.

Please see attached flyer for specific details.

more
Posted by: Maya Baba
Published: 3/9/17




Audience: Homepage

FREMONT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT AND EL CAMINO HOSPITAL ASPIRE PROGRAM PRESENT: "A Healthy Mind:
A Discussion with Teens and Parents on Managing Stress and Sleep,"
on Monday, March 20, 2017, from 7:30-9 p.m. at the Fremont High School Shannon Theater; 1279 Sunnyvale Saratoga Road
Sunnyvale.

 

Registration is required and seating is limited.

Please call 800-216-5556

or visit  www.elcaminohospital.org/healthymindteens to register.

 

Please open the attachment for more information.

more
Posted by: Jeniffer Kan
Published: 3/2/17




Audience: Homepage

The Community Taskforce on Student Wellness is currently reviewing aspects of student wellness that could result in changes in our schools such as a later school start time, demands on student time outside the school day, and how aspects of mental health are addressed.

 

You are cordially invited by Superintendent Polly Bove to attend a community forum on Thursday, March 2, 2017 which will include an informational presentation and an opportunity for the community to ask questions, share concerns and make suggestions.

 

Please see the attached flyer for specific details.

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 2/17/17




Audience: Homepage

You are invited to the opening celebratory section of the Tuesday, February 28, 2017, Board Meeting that will take place in the Lynbrook auditorium. Come to cheer and honor the Viking staff members and students who will be recognized. This is our night to SHINE and let the FUHSD board experience all that makes Lynbrook the remarkable place that it is.

The celebration portion of the evening will start no sooner than 6:15 pm and the reception is expected to conclude before 8:00 pm.


The following people and groups will be honored at the Tuesday, February 28 board meeting:

  • Retirees: Jan Broman, Morine Chan, Drew Coble, Laurel Cohen, Linda Nichols, Roy Rocklin, Carlos Pelayo, Tony Sebastiao
  • Employees of the Year: Brad Fulk (Certificated) and Jose Ramirez (Classified)
  • Lynbrook 2017 Poster Students: Matthew Sotoudeh and Cassandra Overney
  • Foundation Student- Tsz Lok Andre Ng
  • Student Group:  Peer Student Tutoring Programs. 
more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 2/13/17




Audience: Homepage

There are many items in the Lost & Found - jackets, sweatshirts, shoes, umbrellas, eyeglasses, water bottles, keys and even a retainer!  If you have lost an item this past semester, please check the Lost & Found!  All unclaimed items will be donated on December 9, 2016.

more
Posted by: Maya Baba
Published: 11/9/16




Audience: Homepage and Guidance Department

The Junior Guidance Night for Students and Parents/Guardians will be on Tuesday, November 22nd, beginning at 6:45 pm in the Auditorium. In addition to reviewing college admission trends and research tools, we will offer the following workshops:

-- Understanding UC Admission

-- The College Admission Game: What Counts for Selective Admissions

-- Community College Planning and Taking Classes While in High School

-- California State University Admissions

more
Posted by: Malissa Goldstein
Published: 11/8/16




Audience: Homepage

The FUHSD Board approved the recommendations of the Citizens Advisory Committee to help temporarily address declining enrollment at Lynbrook. The approved plan includes the following:

  • All 8th Graders attending Miller Middle School and McAuliffe School who reside in the FUHSD attendance area, but not within the Lynbrook attendance area, have the option to choose to attend Lynbrook for high school.
  • All 8th Graders who reside in the Hyde Middle School attendance area, as that attendance area is defined as of November 1, 2016, have the option to apply to attend Lynbrook for high school. If there are more Hyde Middle School applicants than available slots at Lynbrook, a lottery system will be used to determine which Hyde Middle School students will be accepted at Lynbrook. 

Click here for details http://fuhsd.org/LSSAP

more
Posted by: Maria Jackson
Published: 11/2/16




Audience: Homepage

The Fremont Union High School District is dedicated to helping the veteran community. With our team of staff and students, we hope to raise $3,000 for the GI Go Fund. To be a part of this drive and show your appreciation for our troops this Veterans Day, simply donate $5 or more to the GI Go Fund and wear jeans to work on Jeans for Troops Day, Monday, November 7th!

 

For more information, click on the link below:

https://www.gigo.org/teams/57ebe985d330b111002af766/index.html

 

more
Posted by: Maya Baba
Published: 10/27/16




Audience: Homepage

Support our schools and get organized!  Reduce the clutter by donating your unloved clothes, books, household items and electronics. Donations will support Goodwill's job education and The Foundation's programs that support STEM, Robotics, Music, Art, Journalism and other programs.  For more information, please visit E-Waste and Household Goods Collection Event | Fremont Union High Schools Foundation

 

Donations will be accepted on Sunday, October 30, 2016 from 9:00am until 3:30pm at the Fremont Union High School District Office, 589 West Fremont Avenue, Sunnyvale.

more
Posted by: Maya Baba
Published: 10/26/16




Audience: Homepage

The Community Advisory Committee (CAC) of the Special Education Local Plan Area II (SELPA II) is hosting a Speaker Series.  All are invited.  Click here for the line-up.

more
Posted by: David Erwin
Published: 10/24/16




Audience: Homepage

In preparations for Halloween, please take a moment to read the following policies about costumes:

 

Lynbrook High School encourages students to wear school-appropriate costumes for Halloween on October 31st.  Be creative and have fun--but stay within the following guidelines.  

  • Costumes must not include any reference to drugs, alcohol or violence.  
  • No fake weapons should be part of the outfit.  
  • Costumes should provide sufficient coverage.  Overtly "sexy" costumes are not appropriate for school.
  • Finally, costumes should not use stereotypes of one's own or another culture to create a look.  

Furthermore, no one on campus will be allowed to wear costumes in the style of a “creepy clown,” even in a satirical manner, as it may be perceived by others familiar with this recent phenomenon to be menacing or threatening in nature. In addition no one will be allowed to wear any costumes that cover faces or masks their identities: no masks, face covering, or face paint. 

 

Thank you for your cooperation.  See Mr. Wong or Mr. Ramirez if you have questions.

more
Posted by: Maya Baba
Published: 10/24/16




Audience: Guidance Department and Homepage

Freshman Guidance Night for students and parents/guardians will be this Thursday, October 20 in the auditorium and will begin at 7:00 pm. The LHS Guidance Team will cover topics ranging from course selection to college planning to campus resources. Both students and parents/guardians are invited to attend this event. The presentation concludes with some time allowed for questions. We hope to see you there.

more
Posted by: Malissa Goldstein
Published: 10/18/16




Audience: Homepage

Please join us on Wednesday, October 5th at 7:30pm in Room 76 for the Job Shadow Information Night.

 

The Job Shadow program needs many hosts.  We are interested in all careers, especially Medical, Electronic Gaming, Finance, Culinary, Advertising, Art, Science and Research, Judiciary, Fashion and Design, and Business Management.

 

Email lhsjobshadow@gmail.com with any questions or comments. or visit our website:  www.lhsjobshadow.org

 

Hope to see you on October 5th!

more
Posted by: Maya Baba
Published: 10/4/16