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African-American Parent Coalition

The AAPC's mission is to be an advocate and supporter for the African American student community at EVHS. We need more involvement from parents of African American students to sustain this important parent organization and ensure the success of our students. We invite you to get involved and be a part of this support system. The upcoming meetings for the 2015/2016 school year will allow you the opportunity to work closely and be involved with our school’s Black Student Union (BSU) and give you the opportunity to participate in beneficial parent workshops that support parental involvement. The AAPC is a great resource to learn about community and school events that support your student’s academic success.


To kick off the second semester of 2015/2016 school year, fill out the below form, and register today to join the African American Parent Coalition!




Please contact Victoria Moreno, Parent and Community Involvement Specialist at 408-347-7052 or email morenov@esuhsd.org for further questions. 



BSU meets every Thursday at lunch in Rm. P111. BSU is truly a great student organization that promotes and raises awareness to support the African American culture through various events and activities. To support or learn more about upcoming BSU events, we encourage you to attend the AAPC meetings or contact Leonard Jones, BSU Adviser at jonesl@esuhsd.org


EV BSU Students Participating in Beyond Mentoring Day at Mt. Pleasant High School 


BSU Students attending the SJSU field trip