Thanks to the successful fundraising efforts of last year’s Stop & Shop Rewards Program, the ARHS PGO, once again, was able to offer this wonderful opportunity to our teachers and other staff. This fall, the ARHS PGO awarded over $5000.00 in grants. This grant money will be used to enrich the academic and overall experience of all ARHS students.
It is time to sign up online, or send in the registration form you have been meaning to fill out! We need to close the registration so that the directory of SAFE HOMES families can be printed and distributed. Include your name, and join the other families that have pledged to provide a safe environment for all minors visiting their homes. Together we can make a difference. Register online athttp://www.arhsparentcenter.org/safe-homes-program-signup
Today is the last day to order a reduced-price 2012 yearbook for $65. Theprice increases to $75 after today. Order forms were mailed home inSeptember. Extra order forms are available here:http://www.arps.org/hs/Students/Yearbook/OrderForm.pdfVery few, if any, books will be for sale in the spring, so be sure to orderyour book this fall. Order forms can be brought in to the main office.Questions? Email email@example.com.Senior portraits and quotes are also due today. Email portraits firstname.lastname@example.org or bring prints into the main office or you may put them in theyearbook drop box between the cafeteria and library.
All students who ordered Picture Packages please come and pick up your packages in the main office today - afterschool or during your lunch period.
Come to the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College on Saturday, October 29, from 11 am to 3 pm, to visit “The Haunted Museum” This family-friendly event will feature the spookier parts of Amherst College’s art collection and provide a fun-filled afternoon of seasonal activities for children of all ages.
A parent recently shared with us a great S.A.T. preparation tool, the S.A.T. question of the day. Go to the site at http://sat.collegeboard.org/practice/sat-question-of-the-day and you can subscribe to receive by email a new question each day. There are hints provided, and explanations to the answers as well.
ART Works! ETTA Studio & Gallery, at High St. and Main (532 Main Street) in Amherst hosts a NEW regular Friday night Open Mic Coffeehouse event geared for all ages! Next Coffeehouse is Oct. 28, 7-10 in the Spirit of the Season: Raise the Roof & Raise the Spirits- Coffeehouse and Open Mic at ART Works! Come rehearse your Halloween character...or try out some new ideas on stage with a great supportive audience! Improv theater...
HAUNTED WALK THROUGH THE WOODS OF SHUTESBURY
REMEMBERS THE SCHOOL ON THE HILL
The ARHS Theater Company, in collaboration with the ARHS Orchestra program,presents A Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare's famous comedy, on October 20-22, starting at 7pm (not 7:30!) This is not a conventional performance, but rather a theatrical adventure that will ask you to follow us around the ARHS campus - indoors and out - while the play unfolds. Flashlights and good walking shoes are highly recommended!
If you are interested in being a part of the SAFE HOMES Directory, we need your information now. The SAFE HOMES directory is going to print and will be ready for distribution in November. To sign up for the SAFE HOMES program electronically, please review the SAFE HOMES agreements and enter your information online at http://www.arhsparentcenter.org/safe-homes-program-signup . Last day is October 31st.
Join us for 3 interactive and engaging workshops at Amherst Regional High School that will help get you thinking about your path beyond high school.
The Amherst, Pelham and Amherst Regional Public Schools in collaboration with the Amherst Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is sponsoring its annual "Basic Rights in Special Education" workshop presented by the Federation for Children with Special Needs.The Basic Rights workshop will be held on Monday, October 24, 2011 in the Amherst Regional Middle School Professional Development Center from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.All parents and guardians of students with disabilities are welc
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"What's Typical: Understanding Teen Behavior" The first workshop in a series planned by the ARHS School Council for parents and guardians. Wednesday October 26th @ 7:00 PM in the ARHS Library. Join us for a short presentation, Q&A, and refreshments.
Come out and have some laughs and support the Amherst Regional Schools at the same time. The Amherst Education Foundation is holding their annual Trivia Bee on October 27th at 7:00pm in the Middle School Auditorium. Teams come in costume, and there is always lots of fun. Free admission!