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SPECIAL EVENTS

Sports physicals will be offered for $15.00 at O’Bleness Memorial Hospital Outpatient Surgery Clinic this Saturday, May 21 from 9 AM to 1 PM. This physical will cover ALL sports for next school year.   Forms are in the main AMS  office.

SPRING

All the World's a Stage will have evening performances Tuesday, May 10.  Come and enjoy!

Graduation
Now that we have at least one make up day, graduation day is tentatively June 9th.  It will continue to move if additional make up days are necessary.  Regardless of the this fluidity, a committee will be forming to organize a graduation dance.  Anyone with ideas or interested in helping should contact Claire White (594-2219).

FEBRUARY


DATES TO REMEMBER

Hungry Students: we are starting a mini-breakfast program on Monday, February 28.  If you are interested you need to report to the auditorium as usual each morning but instead of sitting down, to directly to the cafeteria through the right side door of the auditorium.  You will not be permitted to go back and forth so be ready to stay in the cafeteria until the 7:25 bell.  You'll need to eat quickly so the menu is limited, usually cereal and milk. Also, all food and drinks must be contained in the cafeteria.  The payment guidelines follow the lunch program.  If you qualify for a free lunch, breakfast is also free.  If you get a reduced lunch the cost of breakfast is $0.30.  If you are neither free or reduced lunch, breakfast is $1.00.

Mon. Feb 7 - AHS Counselors here for 9th grade registration

Tues. Feb 8 - Parent/teacher Conferences 3:30-7:00

Wed. Feb 9 - Meeting for parents of 05-06 9th graders 7:00 @ AHS -auditorium

Thurs. Feb 10 - Principal’s List Field Trip 9:30-2:15

Fri. Feb. 11 - Dance 7-9:00 - cafeteria

Tues. Feb 15 - Band Concert - 7:00

Wed. Feb 16  -  PTO - 7:00 - Library

Thurs. Feb. 17 - Winter Sports Awards - 6:30 -auditorium

Fri. Feb. 18- No School

Mon. Feb 21  - No School

Fri. Feb. 25 - Deficiency Notes sent home

Fri. Feb. 25 and Sat. 26 - Drama Production 7:00 PM - auditorium

March 7 - 11  - Ohio Achievement and CBE Tests for 8th and 7 th grade


 

JANUARY

DATES TO REMEMBER

manJanuary 11- Pizza party 8th Grade Citizenship Contest Participants.

January 17- No school and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day


January 19- AMS Spelling Bee—postponed due to snow days

January 21-  End of  2nd Quarter—postponed due to snow days

January 26- AMS Spelling Bee—rescheduled from Jan. 19

January 28- End of 1st Semester

Report cards postponed until February 4th

DECEMBER

·Canned Food Drive

This year's canned food drive’s goal is 10,000 cans to stock the shelves of the Southeastern Ohio Food Pantry. The top five can contributors will win a trip to King's Island, and the top homeroom will win a pizza party. 

Dates: November 30th through December 17th

DATES TO REMEMBER

NOVEMBER

·Red Ribbon Week

FCCLA sponsored a “Red Ribbon Week” to promote a drug free society.
Each day students and staff dressed to draw  attention to this message.
See FCCLA’swebpage for details.       FCCLA

·Veteran’s Day Activities

FCCLA included a redwhite and blue day in their Red Ribbon Week and led the school in the Pledge of Allegiance. 

Individual students participated in the Veteran’s Day Parade and ceremonies along with their groups, such as Boy and Girl Scouts. 

Mrs. Julie Mollica’s classes participated in the parade and ceremonies and
WON FIRST PLACE IN THE FLOAT COMPETITION!!  Congratulations! 

DATES TO REMEMBER

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