Did you notice the snow out on your walk? Well, the good news: SKIING IS HERE! On Sunday Mount Snow is holding a Ski Your Age Day for kids under 18. So if you're 13 years old, you pay $13 for a full day lift ticket!
Thurs, Fri, Sat, Dec. 11,12, 13 at 7:30pm
ARHS Theatre Company
Not that we think your teen will conveniently forget, but this Saturday the ACT will be administered for students who signed up. Check your registration for for the location.
After 13 years of hard work from kindergarten to Senior year, here's the payoff...a cap & gown for your teen!
Suggestions/Input Sought Regarding the FY11 School Districts' Budgets
In conjunction with the Amherst Police Department ARHS is providing an
opportunity for some of our 9th grade girls to participate in a Rape
Aggression Defense Course (RAD).
Are you in need of some protection?
A walk-In H1N1 Flu Clinic will be held
Saturday, Dec. 12, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
at the Bangs Community Center
70 Boltwood Walk, Amherst. It is open to ages 6 months – 65 while supplies last
Amherst Greeting Card Day
is how we save dough for the holidays in Amherst. In the Gazette you'll find a teal colored Greeting Card (aka a flyer) for Amherst Greeting Card Day.
The fabulous ARHS Hurricane Singers and Concert Choir will be performing this Wed. evening at 7:30 PM in the auditorium.
Students registered for the Sat, Dec. 5th SAT Subject Tests should note that they are coming up this week. http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/sat/reg.html
Mark your calendar and join other parent/ guardians to discuss the high school experience on Fri, Dec. 11th from 12-1 pm in room 13. Principal Mark Jackson and Assistant Principal Miki Gromacki will be on hand to address questions about students schedules next year at ARHS. Also bring your questions about next year's high school budget. Sponsored by the ARHS Parent Center.
On Friday afternoon November 13 around 4PM, I was waiting for my daughter in the high school foyer and saw the lights on in the guidance office. Stopping in, guidance secretary, Cathy Tracey was hard at work sending out college information that was due Sunday, November 15. She still had 15 more students to process and was committed to staying there for a couple more hours to finish it all.