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Our children grow up very quickly, as members of the Classes of 2011 and 2023 prove in the video "Blink of An Eye". What never changes is the joy and excitement they feel in their daily triumphs - both big and small. Presented to faculty and staff at Convocation in September, the video was created by ARHS Video & Audio Technology teacher, Lee Larcheveque, and stars many familiar faces.See the video here: http://www.arps.org/node/3321
All ice hockey players and parents/guardians are invited to this informational meeting. It will be held October 12th at 7:00 p.m. in room 117 at ARHS. All who are interested are encouraged to attend. Coaches, parents and players should attend. Our new co-op districts are also invited.
Amherst Leisure Services is offering a SAT prep class on site at the high school. The class starts October 11 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Register with LSSE - $135 for Amherst residents, $145 for non-residents.
This weekend: October 8, 9 & 10, 2011 Visit the Paradise City Arts Festival in Northampton. Ranked #3 among all art and craft fairs nationwide, it's an experience like no other - beautiful, unique, festive and fun! Meet 275 of the nation's very best craftsmen and artists showing their newest work. Dine on sensational cuisine by Northampton's best chefs under the Festival Dining Tent.
This is the big parent event of the year. Come on down to ARHS this Thursday, October 6th at 6:30pm. It's a great chance to walk the halls that your teens walk every day. You'll get a copy of your teen's schedule and follow their day. Sit in their classrooms, meet their teachers and find out what's happening. It's awesome, don't miss it! Student schedules will be available at 6:30 pm, and a meeting for parent/guardians starts at 6:45 pm.
ARHS PGO plays an important role in bridging funding gaps in our education system. The current economic situation has made this function more important than ever. By volunteering our time and money, we are able to provide valuable resources that benefit all of our students and their families. Thanks to the generosity of your support, we are able to provide grants to teachers to significantly enhance the experience of our students.
The funds received annually from Stop & Shop are limited only by the number of cards we register. The more cards the greater the reward. We have found that the most effective way to register cards is to greet shoppers on their way in and ask them to support ARHS by registering their card. It couldn't be easier, and the community is very receptive. The only thing missing at this point is the volunteers to sign up shoppers.
Congratulations to ARHS senior Ailton Correia who recently completed four weeks of study, funded by a full scholarship, at the renowned Parsons School of Design. Correia was selected for the scholarship by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers. Nationwide, fewer than 100 students received this honor. Correia focused on product design at Parsons' Summer Intensive Studies program in New York City.
Want to join the fun at the AEF Trivia Bee Thurs. Oct. 27th 7pm? Wise and witty teams of 4 players are still needed. Last years winning team of Stacy Foulis, Myra Ross, Arlen Collins and Peter Blier will be there to defend their title. Also returning is last years winners for best costumes the Amherst Animagi featuring Solomon Goldstein-Rose and Jonathan Simonds. Come out for an evening of fun and trivia that helps raise money for our schools.
A workshop for Early Decision/Action candidates, parents and guardians will be held at 2:30 pm, in the Choral Room.
Yearbook order forms and recognition ad order forms have been sent to the families of seniors. In case you miss the mail, here's is a link to download the forms from the ARHS website: http://www.arps.org/hs/Students/Yearbook/ Yearbooks cost $65 until October 28 and then the price increases to $70. Yearbooks sold in the spring are $75. If you have any questions you can contact Lee Larcheveque at email@example.com or 362-1579.
Amherst High Boys Soccer Annual Car Wash-Bake Sale Fundraiser will be held TOMORROW, Saturday, October 1st at Ren's Moble Station. Located on N. Pleasant Street from 10:00AM-3:00PM
Congratulations to Natalia Ciesielska, ARHS junior and recipient of the ACTR Russian Scholar Laureate Award 2011. Each fall the American Councilof Teachers of Russian recognizes approximately 45 high school juniors and seniors for their achievements in Russian language studies.
Come join Boy Scout Troop 500 Amherst to see how Scouting is evolving as it enters its 2nd century. We are having an Open House for prospective scouts and their families Tuesday, October 4 from 7:00 to 8:30 PM at the South Congregational Church, 1066 Southeast Street, Amherst. Troop 500 has a 50+ year history in Amherst working with school-age boys (grades 6-12).