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FHS Art students participated in the Sunnyvale EVENT with Banner Design along with FHS students, Anya Nazarova, Haadia Nadeem, Jaclyn Yordanov and Uma Naik.
FHS students spent a lot of time and effort to come up with this idea, designing, and blending designs together to produce this beautiful banner.

This banner is on display now at DOWNTOWN Sunnyvale.


PTSA Honors

The PTSA honors the following individuals this year for outstanding service to FHS:

  • Teena Bhatia
  • Moris Clark
  • Lenora Heuchert
  • Anna Oren
  • Akira Quevedo

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Dear FUHSD community,

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) formally announced that it has initiated the phase out of the program known as Deferred ...more



Sunnyvale Safe Routes Collaborative is looking for students who love maps, biking or walking, and are looking for a summer project with community service volunteering hours.

The students will work to create suggested walk and bike to school routes for all the schools in the city of Sunnyvale. We would like to have PDFs of the maps ready for each of 18 schools by this fall.


Students will be assigned a specific school and will need to review various sources of data in order to create the draft, and then after a review process by city and school staff revise the map as needed. 


Estimated number of hours varies between 15 to 40 depending on your availability and the individual school site. 

If you are interested please fill the google form and if selected you will be invited to a meeting in the beginning of June.


Thank you.




Students may submit poems that address “Service above Self” which reflects Rotary's core values of service, fellowship, diversity, integrity, and leadership. Poet Laureate Ann Muto says, “Service means some action on behalf of something or someone else; humanity is defined as looking beyond the individual, considering human beings collectively. The focus could be very broad or as narrow as your own decision to work on a specific project benefitting others, like the school yearbook. The strongest poems will address the poet's experiences and attitudes in detail and evocative language, using all the senses. Write the poem that comes from your truest heart and your unique identity. Write the poem that no other person could write!”


Reading time should be under 2 minutes.


Poets Laureates Dave Denny, Jennifer Swanton Brown and Ann Muto are the judges. Cupertino City Council Members Savita Vaidhyanathan and Barry Chang will award prizes on behalf of the Rotary Club of Cupertino.



June 21, 2018 - Submission Deadline

Submissions to be sent to Chair of Student Poetry Contest, Colleen Hudgen, at liveoakdaycare@att.net

Format: Word/PDF must include name, age, grade, school, email and phone


July 1, 2018

Judges declare 3 winners from High School students and 3 from Middle School students


July 3, 2018 - Winners will be contacted.


July 25, 2018 - Awards Ceremony

Quinlan Center, Cupertino 12:00 – 1:30 pm