Parents’ Groups

Parents, Teachers & Students Association (PTO)

PTO is our Parents, Teachers; Students Organization Our goal is for more parent involvement through activities and events. All money raised will go directly back to our students and classrooms!!  Our goal is for SJHS parents to feel welcome, and to contribute whatever time and talent they can to making SAN JOSE HIGH an even better place for our kids to learn.
We work together with our community to provide support for our academic programs and to benefit others.  To achieve the high standards set by the staff, parents and students of San Jose High School and PTO require your support. By actively supporting PTO, San Jose High parents can help ensure the continued success of the school and continue to reap the benefits of an unmatched educational experience for students and a valuable cornerstone for the entire community.
Let’s all jump in and help! If you have been waiting for a chance to pitch in and help, this is your year!! If you only have 1 hour per month, that’s wonderful! Parent, teacher, student, and community help at the public schools, benefits everyone.

2014-15 is the first year San Jose High’s PTO and we are looking forward to an amazing year.  Since the school year started, the PTO has hosted:

A welcome back breakfast for the teachers
Freshman Orientation where 350 students received Binders
Back to School night
San Jose High’s 1st Annual Flea Market

If you have any questions please contact us: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Thank you for your support!

PTO Officers 2014-16
Anjali Mehta         President
Marisela Aliki         Secretary
Marissa Martinez     Treasurer

Athletic Booster Club

Our sports programs are doing well. But they will do much better if you pitch in. Join now! We meet from 6p.m. to 7p.m. on the 2nd Wednesday of the month in the media center. We need your help with the following:

1.  Income from food sales (Snack Shack) goes back to our programs. We need your help at the upcoming basketball games.  A sign-up genius will be setup for the games and the link will be put on this page within the next few days for both the girls and boys jv and varsity games—please do sign up!
2.  We need your ideas!
3.  We need help with our outreach (and advertising solicitation) to local merchants.
5.  We need someone to meet with the coaches and athletic director, to keep track of the schedules of the different sports, and to provide support to all coaches.
6.  Join our Board!

Let’s have a GREAT Bulldog year!

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Thank you for your support!

Athletic Booster Club Officers 2014-16
Eddie Martinez       President
Melissa Alvarado     Vice President
Heather Winters     Secretary
Anjali Mehta         Treasurer

School Site Council

The School Site Council (SSC) is a group of parents and school staff that has the responsibility of allocating supplemental funds received from the state under the School Improvement Program (SIP). SIP funds enable schools to improve instruction, services, school environment and organization. The law requires that schools establish School Site Councils in order to receive and spend the extra funding provided by SIP.

The SSC works with the principal and staff to develop, review and evaluate these school improvement programs. The SCC is also designed to provide increased parent involvement, understanding and improvement of the school’s educational program. If you have an interest in participating in the SSC or attending the meetings, please contact the school administration.


The School English Learners Advisory Council (SELAC) and the District English Learners Advisory Council (DELAC) are composed of teachers and parents whose main concerns are the welfare of students who are English language learners.

SELAC is a school-based committee whose purpose is to provide advice to the principal and staff regarding programs and services for English learners and to provide information to parents. DELAC is made up of representatives from each school’s English Learner Advisory Committee, DELAC’s role is to advise the district on programs and services for English learner students. For more information, please contact our school administration.