Have you always wanted to be in the spotlight? Feel like you can sing the tiles right off the shower walls? Played air guitar on a tennis racket? or just know you can sing well and want to share your gift with the world? Amherst Idol auditions are Dec.
The much discussed documentary "Waiting for Superman," has inspired a promotional collaboration among the Borders Group superstore chain, an education fundraiser and the publisher of the movie's companion book.On Dec. 4 and Dec.
Dr. Patchanee Malikhao and Professor Jan Servaes wrote an article on the subject of 'The media use of American youngsters in the age of narcissism. Surviving in a 24/7 media shock and awe – distracted by everything'. For a copy of the article, email email@example.com and send a request.
GET UP GET DOWN, a program presented by The 21st Century After School Program and Youth Action Coalition (YAC), is looking for new members! Get Up Get Down is a program that gives students a chance to speak their mind through public art.
The 21st Century After School Program partners with the ESL Center at Jones Library to connect with the parents of immigrant students at Amherst Regional High School.
Please support the Boy Scouts' annual Christmas Tree sale at Kendrick Park in Amherst. The sale has started and will run through December 24th or until we run out of trees. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday 4-8 PM, Saturday-Sunday 9-5 PM.
Join the Amherst Education Foundation (AEF) in celebrating our teachers and supporting our schools!
Carlo Night 2011 is March 12 – mark your calendars! Tickets are onsale NOW!! Beat the rush and buy your tickets early for ARHS’ biggestfundraiser! Purchase tickets at www.amherstmontecarlo.com or from yourfavorite ARHS student athlete.
Coffee with the Superintendent
Date: Thursday, December 16, 2010 8:15am
Place: Wildwood School
Parent/Guardian Workshops: The Student Services Office will be sponsoring an Education and Discussion Series for Parents and Guardians of Students in Grades K-6 (Spanish version). The first
On Thursday, December 2nd, ARHS parent/guardians and community members are invited to the second in a four part series of evening conversations about raising teenagers. The topic is "Communicating in the Digital Age: What adolescents hear and what they don't".
Individuals or families in need of boots, jackets, snow pants, hats and/ or gloves are invited to come to Crocker Farm School on Monday, December 6th between the hours of 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM or 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
If you are a senior varsity athlete with at least a 3.0 GPA and have done community service, go to Hood.com to apply for a $10,000 scholarship and be chosen a "Good Sport" and entered into the Good sport Hall of Fame. You can also look at Naviance under scholarships for more info.
Have you always wanted to be in the spotlight? Feel like you can sing the tiles right off the shower walls? Played air guitar on a tennis racket? or just know you can sing well and want to share your gift with the world? Amherst Idol auditions are Dec. 6 and 7 after school in the dance studio. Do it!
The Massachusetts Teen Choice Book Award nomination process is underway. Any teen aged 12-18 years old may nominate as many 2010 titles as they like. Fiction, non-fiction, anime, and manga qualify. Teens aged 13-18 can nominate their favorite 2010 titles on the readsinma website: http://www.readsinma.org/index.asp?lib=tcba. Watch for an informational bulletin board in the ARHS library.