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Principal Sherri Louthan
707 Emerald Avenue
Modesto, CA 95351
Hours: 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
209.574.1918

CHOIR

choir performs at modesto high

Choir Teacher: Svetlana Avetisyan

Choir Information & Links

BAND

Band Teacher: Brandon Price

NEW: See Links for Video from the October 24th, 2018 Concert 

PHAST Jv 

The PHASTjv Youth Council is dedicated to fostering greater public awareness of the dangers of tobacco use while also providing an opportunity for members to participate in school and community activities designed to promote healthy lifestyles. The program's goal is to aggressively educate students through peer presentations, campus activities and various tobacco-use prevention campaigns such as Red Ribbon Week. There are 26 active junior high youth councils in Stanislaus County. Through these councils, youths will acquire and apply valuable leadership skills, interact with experts in the areas of community service and tobacco education and establish relationships with a diverse group of peers.

Teacher Leaders: Shannda Ortiz & Allison Arrizon

PHAST Jv Members

Phast Jv Student Council

STUDENT COUNCIL

Student Council Members

-Xitlaly Martinez
-Armando Barragan
-Elmer Bautista Evelyn Landeros
-Evelyln Landeros
-Alexandra Zavala
-Angeledith Lopez-Garcia
-Arturo Alberto
-Shakina Mayfield
-Brian Acevedo
-Reem Almolaiki
-Nayeli Escorcia
-Jacaree Williams
-Stephanie IUbarra
-Nicole Alejandre
-Anai Garcia
-Mariaisabel Sanchez
-Stephanie Flores
-Millay Mendez
-Tania Castillo
-Nathalia Ibarra
-Destiny Guzman
-Darrius Carl
-Ximena Martinez
-Alexis Ortiz
-Elhanuel Verauzco
-Marlene Zeledon
-Angel Valencia
-Irene Lopez
-Sairel Garcia
-Lizbeth Chaidez
-Jackie Figueroa

cultivating character

student council speeches & election

Teacher Leaders: Shannda Ortiz & Allison Arrizon

FRIENDS OF RACHEL (FOR)

Rachel's Challenge programs provide a sustainable, evidence-based framework for positive climate and culture in our schools. Fully implemented, partner schools achieve statistically significant gains in community engagement, faculty/student relationships, leadership potential, and school climate; along with reductions in bullying, alcohol, tobacco and other drug use.

students accepting rachels challenge

No H8 November

FOR Club Working hard on NO H8 November!!

Staff Leaders: Gloria GonzalezSylvia Vargas, Yolanda Molina, Luz Aispuro, Evan Campbell, Chan Nhao, Allison Arrizon, Shannda Ortiz, Christina Martinez, Maureen Wolff, Sharolyn Larson

 

YEARBOOK

Yearbook Teacher: Christina Martinez