Community Service

2021 Community Service Next Steps Menu

Need some help figuring out how to complete your service, check out the menu to the left!

Got Hours to Submit? Upload here!

Community Service Opportunities for Cal Hill Students

Lions club Meeting at Lunch- Check Google Classroom the link to join on the first and 3rd Mondays of every month!

Creative Community Service: TUPE Peer Advocate Program

Tobacco (and other substances) Use and Prevention

Parent Workshops

Virtual Parent Workshops 6-7pm - Click the link to register.

English Sessions

3/10/21: http://bit.ly/TUPEMarch10

Spanish Sessions

3/16/21: http://bit.ly/TUPEMarch16


TUPE Youth Series Contract Fall 2020

FOR 2021 Graduating Seniors - Seniors are still required to complete 5 Community Service hours for this school year to graduate. Please submit your hours here using this form.

DEADLINE

Seniors: All hours must be completed in order to be eligible to attend prom in Spring. Official deadline for all hours in Tuesday, April 2nd.

Milpitas Unified School District students are required to earn 20 hours of community service. Community service hours can be an accumulation of freshman through the senior year.

Cal Hills Students earning 75 or more hours of community service will receive gold cords upon graduation as recognition for their service.

DEADLINE

Seniors: All hours must be completed in order to be eligible to attend prom in Spring. Official deadline for all hours in Tuesday, April 2nd.

Junior: At least 10 hours must be completed in order to be eligible to attend prom in Spring. Official deadline for these 10 hours in Tuesday, April 2nd.

PROCEDURES

  • Community service hours must be approved by your advisor or counselor.

  • Community service hours must be documented on the CHHS community service form.

  • Community service hours must meet the CHHS community service criteria.

  • Completed forms must be turned into your advisor or counselor.

CHHS COMMUNITY SERVICE CRITERIA

  • Service must be for the general good.

  • Service must be voluntary, unpaid and on the student's own time.

  • Service agency must have a representative who can be contacted to confirm service.

  • Students cannot act as service agency representatives.

  • Working for a non-profit business for free does not count as community service.

  • Helping an individual, without the sanction of an agency does not count as community service.

  • Service cannot be explicitly religious or political.

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Boys & Girls Club of Silicon Valley

Calaveras Hills Garden - see Dr. Schmidt

Central YMCA - various

Family Giving Tree

Little League Baseball

Milpitas Food Pantry

Milpitas Kiwanis Club -

Friends of Milpitas Library

MCHM Lions Club - See Ms. Bence

Our City Forest

Reading Partners - Alexander Rose Elementary

Relay for Life - Santa Clara - see Dr. Schmidt

Resource Area For Teachers

San Jose Soup Kitchen

Second Harvest Food Bank

SunWork.org

Student Council - see Ms. Mendoza

Science Camp - see Mr. Stice and Mr. Payne before applying

CONTACT INFO FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS

Get into touch with a non-profit today about community service. Click on the Contact Information List. It has all the phone numbers and email addresses that you need to set up the community service opportunity. Not sure what to write in the email to the community service organization? Checkout the Asking for Community Service Email Template. It is as easy as filling in the blanks. Good luck!

Trustees honor Cal Hills' students who participated in Relay for Life April 28-29

Superintendent Cheryl Jordan and the Board of Education recognized Cal Hills' students who participated in Relay for Life April 28-29 in Santa Clara. Student Kalmintas Kupciunas accepted the certificates on his teammates behalf. He was pictured alongside teacher Sridaya Mandyam-Komar and Assistant Principal Karisa Scott in addition to teachers Tabitha Kappeler-Hurley and Dr. Kimi Schmidt, who were able to be present through a remote video conference teacher.

"What was really exciting about this Relay for Life is that our Cal Hills kids are seen as leaders," Jordan said.

The "Cal-Hills Mustangs" group raised $4,397.73 to date - with a goal of $4,000 - for the 24 hour walking event that raises money and awareness about cancer prevention, research, and services through the American Cancer Society.

Relay for Life

Check out our pics from previous Relays.

Calaveras Hills High School

1331 E. Calaveras Blvd. Building 300

Milpitas, CA 95035

408.635.2690 Phone | 408.635.2615 Fax

Milpitas Unified School District

1331 E. Calaveras Blvd.

Milpitas, CA 95035

408.635.2600 Phone