Seniors: High school seniors from New England who have asthma and/or allergies are invited to apply for the Asthma and Allergy Foundation scholarship. See Naviance or the Guidance Office for an application or go to www.asthmaandallergies.org.
Do you know a teen who thinks youth deserve a voice in the world? Do you know a teen that likes to take photographs, work with film, or wants to run television? Do you know a teen who has an almost-feverish thirst for information and the truth?
The ARHS For Africa Club has 45 members and is working to raise $20,000 to build a school in Cameroon. So far they have raised $16,000 through a variety of fundraisers.
The 21st Century After School program is still accepting students for Session II. This free after school program runs Monday - Thursday from 2:30-4:30 at ARHS.
Don't miss the Amherst Leisure Services Community Theater presentation of Wizard of Oz this weekend. Support your classmates, the show will be great! Shows are: Fri 7:30 pm, and Sat 1:00 pm and 7:30 pm.
Bay Path College is hosting a Latina Open House on Sunday, January 30th from 2 - 5 p.m. Events include: a Spanish-speaking campus tour; meeting with current Latina students and same-day admissions decision. For more info and to register go to www.baypath.edu
The DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition, open to students in grades 7-12, is taking applications until January 31, 2011.
Friday, Jan. 14
Boys' Varsity Hockey at Central (Smead Arena), 7
Girls Varisty Basketball at Home, 7
Girls JVA Basketball vs. Noho at Home. 5:30
Boys/Girls Varsity Indoor Track @ Holyoke/Northampton, 6:30
Jan 20 - Coffee With Principal Mark Jackson, 7:00 pm in room 13. We will be discussing how to maximize the opportunities we have living in the 5 college area. We are interested in your ideas so come and help us brainstorm!
HAMP CREW is a unique team comprising over 100 students from a variety of schools, including: Northampton High, JFK, Amherst Regional, Hampshire Regional, Easthampton High, Longmeadow High, and Williston Northampton.
A showcase of fun and ARHS Performing Arts talent. Shows are Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 3:00 and 7:00 p.m. Students are $5/6 and Adults are $7/8 unreserved/reserved. A cabaret/ club atmosphere is created behind the curtain in the ARHS auditorium.
There's a late start for your sleepy teens Thursday January 13th. Classes start at 10am. So when they don't get up at the crack of dawn, there's no need throw that bucket of cold water on them like usual.
We will hold a FAFSA completion workshop on the evening of January 27. You must register in advance to secure your place. Myra Ross will be sending the announcement to other area high schools on Monday so please register before then if you would like to participate.
This session follows a recent evening with UMass Psychologist David Scherer who spoke with ARHS parents and guardians about 'Communicating in a Digital Age'. We will have a follow up discussion about strategies to manage digital communications at home more effectively.
Don't miss the Amherst Leisure Services Community Theater presentation of Wizard of Oz. Support your classmates, the show will be great! Shows are: Thurs-Sat Jan. 13-15 and Fri-Sat, Jan. 21-22 at 7:30 p.m. Two matinees will be held on Jan.