Please join Amherst's Nataraj Dance Company in support of Japanese artists affected by the recent earthquake. Dancers include 4th grade teacher Monica Bhowmik and even a few Fort River students!
The ARHS School community is invited to attend any of the following free edible wild plants walks this weekend:Friday, June 10 at 6:30 PM: Warner Farm / Mike's Maze, 23 South Main St. in Sunderland (sponsored by the Sunderland Cultural Council).
Last day of classes for Seniors: Friday, June 3
Pick Up Caps and Gowns: Friday, June 3 during lunch
Ice Cream Social: E Period, June 3
Senior Dinner: Monday, June 6
Attention Dance Fans!! DTE’s new concert of student designed choreography opens Friday June 3rd and is also performed on Saturday June 4th at 7:30 in the auditorium. ’IMPACT’ is the title of the show and is going to be AMAZING. Tickets available at lunches and at the door. Students $5 and adults $7. Bring a friend. Come get inspired. Don't miss this performance.
The Senior Dance Showcase will be exceptional this year due to the overwhelming number of talented senior choreographers and dancers. We have watched them over the last four years, and will certainly miss their inspiring energy.
ARHS junior Tchuijo Nkamebo won the the triple jump event at Saturday's Western Massachusetts Track and Field Championships at Westfield State University for the third straight year. He set a personal record with a distance of 47 feet, 3.5 inches. Congratulations Tchuijo!
Are you concerned about the challenges that your child will face making the transition to college? Student life and study skills seminars are being offered locally this summer to address the issues that your child will face. For more info http://westernmassstudentlifeskills.com/
Several students including Maya Berkman, Ryan Diplock, Ismail Elgadi, Deqa Farah, Kenny On, Darius T.S. Peyton, Victoria Olivia Rapoport, Charlie Reiff, and Amilcar Shabazz, were honored May 21st for Human Rights Award for Amherst. Your dedication is to be commended. Congratulations!
Thank you for your kindness to others!
Amherst Media (your public access station, formerly known as ACTV) offers tremendous opportunities to our community. For a nominal membership fee you can utilize the studio and rent their state of the art equipment.
What do you get when you mix two dolphins, one trout, a few woodland fairies and a pair of talking hands? We’re not sure either, but the 26th Annual Student-Written Play Festival will reveal all.
IMPORTANT MCAS REMINDER: The MCAS Science and Engineering/Technology tests will be given to all 10th grade students next week at 7:45 a.m. on Wednesday and Thursday, June 1 and 2.
Amherst-Pelham Regional Public Schools in collaboration with Interfaith Opportunities Network (ION), Amherst Lions Club, Amherst Area Chamber of Commerce, Amherst College, UMass and State Representative Ellen Story are proud to announce Project Backpack 2011.
The Wind Ensemble will be performing on June 1, at 7:30pm. The recital will take place at Buckley Recital Hall, Amherst College
Congratulations to our outstanding ARHS athletes! Maya Hart and Tom Suchodolski are the Western Mass Tennis Champions of 2011. The Boys and Girls Ultimate teams won the Eastern States Championship played in Pennyslvania.