FEBRUARY 13 LATE START ADJUSTMENT
On Wednesday, February 13th, Dr. Clay Cook will be presenting to Ames High and Ames Middle School teachers during their weekly professional development time. He is presenting on the importance of multi-tiered systems of support to address children’s needs across a variety of domains, including socially, emotionally, and behaviorally.
As a result, school start times will be adjusted compared to regular Wednesday times. Please adjust your calendars accordingly for Wednesday, Feb. 13th. See schedule below.
As a result, school BUS PICK UP times will be adjusted compared to regular
Ames Middle School will start school at 10:15 AM. Buses will pick up 45 minutes AFTER normal Wednesday times.
Ames High School will start school at 10:30 AM
Buses will pick up 75 minutes (1 hour and 15 minutes) AFTER normal Wednesday times.
10:30 AM Start time WEDNESDAY, FEB. 13, 2019
Warning Bell 0:05 10:25 AM
Period 1 0:25 10:30 AM 10:55 AM
Period 2 0:27 11:00 AM 11:27 AM
Period 3 0:25 11:32 AM 11:57 AM
Period 4 0:25 12:02 PM 12:27 PM
Period 5 / 1st Lunch 0:38 12:27 AM 1:05 PM
Class 0:27 1:05 PM 1:32 PM
Class 0:27 12:32 PM 12:59 PM
0:38 12:59 PM 1:37 PM
Period 6 0:26 1:37 PM 2:03 PM
Period 7 0:26 2:08 PM 2:34 PM
Period 8 0:26 2:39 PM 3:05 PM
Daily Notes :
IBALL teams – this a reminder that winter sports athletes are not allowed to play IBALL, even if their season is over. The rosters are final. If a player who is not on your roster plays, your team will forfeit the game. Thank you.
KURE 88.5, ISU’s broadcasting radio station is holding an open house this Monday, February 18th for students interested in broadcasting opportunities with this station. Please see Mr. Anderson in student services for further information if interested.
Any current sophomore or junior with a GPA of 3.4+ are eligible to apply for National Honor Society for the 2019-2020 school year. Applications are available online at bit.ly/amesnhs or in the main office. Deadline for accepting applications is Friday, March 8th at 3:05 PM. Any questions can be sent to Ms. C in room 229.
To learn more about the biggest youth water organization in the world, come join Key Club on Thursday, February 14th for a presentation by the Thirst Project! Everyone is welcome to attend! Sign up under Mrs. Gillette’s name for plus period, and the meeting is in room 121, Mr. Sullivan’s room. See you there!
AHS Spectrum and the UUFA Youth Group invite you to join them for a night of dancing, fun and food at the annual It’s Okay With Me Dance on Saturday, Feb. 16th from 7-10 PM held at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Ames, 1015 North Hyland Ave. All high school students are welcome. Admission is $5 at the door, all proceeds benefit the Trevor Project.
Team Neutrino will be revealing their new robot after 6 weeks of hard work this Sunday from 6-7pm at the ISU Biorenewables Complex Atrium! If you are interested in learning more about the team and getting involved in robotics, please make sure to come this Sunday from 6-7pm in the Biorenewables Complex Atrium. More information can be found on our website www.teamneutrino.org