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AHS Friday Announcements 02-23-18

RESCHEDULED EVENTS

Due to  weather conditions two activities scheduled for this week have been postponed.

  1. The sports physicals originally scheduled for 2/22 have been rescheduled for Thursday, March 1 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Athletic Training Room.

  2. Dance Marathon has been moved to Friday, April 6th from 8:00-10:45. We’re sorry for the scheduling inconvenience, but we’d rather have everyone safe, and we hope to have a great turnout in April! Last year we raised over $15,000 for the kids! This year we are hoping to raise $16,000. Please consider donating. All proceeds go to Iowa Children’s Miracle Network Hospital which supports children who are battling life threatening illnesses. To donate, click on the link below, click “support me,” then click on the amount you would like to donate. Thank You! Click here to donate. #ForTheKids

If the link doesn’t work, the full URL is: https://events.dancemarathon.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.participant&participantID=406753

 

AHS WINTER BAND CONCERT

The Ames High Bands will be presenting their Winter Band Concerts on Thursday, March 1 in the Ames High School Auditorium. The 6:30 PM concert will feature the Freshman Band directed by Andrew Buttermore and the Wind Symphony directed by Chris Ewan. The 8:00 PM concert will feature the Concert Band directed by Chris Ewan and the Symphonic Band directed by Andrew Buttermore. Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for students and $10 for a family.

CULTURE FAIR

The Youth Diversity Inclusion Committee (YDIC) at Ames High School would like to invite everyone to the first Culture Fair! Each continent is represented with over 30 countries in total. With this fair, we hope to share the multitude of cultures represented by the Ames High student body to the public. Please join us and come for a celebration of culture through music, food, and art!

When: Saturday, March 3rd

Time: 5 – 8 p.m.

Where: Cafeteria in Ames High School

Admission:  Free

AP EXAM REGISTRATION

Registration for AP exams will continue through the end of the day March 5.  The cost per exam is $94.  Preferred payment for the exam is a check made out to Ames High School. Late registration will not be accepted. Once the tests are ordered from College Board, there will be no refunds.

CONTRACT FOR A GRADE WITH A PASS/FAIL OPTION

Tuesday, March 6,  2018 is the last day to sign up to take a class for a contract grade with a pass/fail option.

ELP CLASSES

Any student interested in taking AP Microeconomics or Macroeconomics for the fall or spring semesters should stop in the ELP alcove to pick up an application. There are two full year courses available as well: AP Computer Science (Java) and an AP Statistics.  All applications will be due March 9, 2018.  If you have questions please see Mrs. Kuhns or Mrs. Monroe.  A student can only enroll in one class per semester and must have one open period every day in their schedule.

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

Any current sophomore or junior with a GPA of 3.4 are eligible to apply for National Honor Society for the 2018-2019 school year. Applications are available online at the high school website, or in the Associate Principal’s office at the high school. Deadline for accepting applications is Monday, March 26th at 3:05. Students will be notified of selection by Friday, April 13th. the induction ceremony will be held on Sunday, April 22 at 3 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Any questions can be sent to Ms. C, NHS Advisor, at jessica.cakrasenjaya@ames.k12.ia.us.

SPRING PLAY

Tryouts for the spring play, Mutually Assured Destruction: 10 Plays About Brothers and Sisters, will take place next Wednesday through Friday(Feb. 28-March 2) after school in Mr. Schmidt’s room 225.  If your student is interested, they should come with a prepared monologue and be prepared for a cold script reading as well.

HELP WANTED

***URGENT PLEA*** for parent volunteers for the Class of 2018  Baccalaureate committee.  We are in need of committee chairs, a treasurer, and committee members to help with the program and publicity.  If you can possibly help, please contact last year’s co-chair, Lea Lippolis (lippolisfamily@yahoo.com) or this year’s Music Chair, Karen Paxton (paxton6family@msn.com)

Baccalaureate Mission Statement: Baccalaureate is a service that is inclusive of all religions.  It is a time for graduates and families to reflect upon their spiritual heritage, being thoughtful of beliefs and practices of others.

ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE

Friday, Feb. 23

BBB V Substate #2 TBA – (all day)

Sunday, Feb 25

WR Banquet – 6:00 PM– Ames High School

Monday, Feb 26

GBB V State Tourney – February 26 – March 3

Tuesday, Feb 27

BBB V Substate Final TBA –  (all day)

B/G TR V @ Wartburg Indoor 3:00 PM – Wartburg College

Thursday, March 1

Band Winter Concert  6:30 PM – Ames High School

Saturday, March 3

Solo Ensemble Contest –  8:00 AM – Ames High School

 

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Friday February 16, 2018

SPORTS PHYSICALS FOR SPRING

Platinum Chiropractic will administer Sports Physicals to Ames High Student-Athletes in the Athletic Training Room on February 22 from 6 to 8 p.m. The cost is $30 at the time of the physical. Platinum Chiropractic will donate a significant portion of the proceeds to the Ames High Booster Club. All student-athletes are required to pass a sports physical in order to compete in interscholastic sports.

ACT/SAT PREP CLASS

The deadline to sign up for the ACT/SAT Prep Class is Wednesday, February 21.
For more information and to sign up, please contact Abby Evans in Student Services.

AP EXAM REGISTRATION

Registration for AP exams will begin on Monday February 19 and will run through March 5.  The cost per exam is $94.  Preferred payment for the exam is a check made out to Ames High School. Late registration will not be accepted. Once the tests are ordered from College Board, there will be no refunds.

WINTER CHORAL CONCERT

The Ames High School Choirs will present the annual Winter Choral Concert at 7:30 PM, Monday, February 19th, in the AHS Auditorium. The concert will feature the Freshmen Chorus, Concert Choir and Concert Chorale. The choirs are under the direction of Peggy Dieter and Sonia Johnson. Admission is $3.00 for students, $5.00 for adults and $10.00 maximum for a family.

BOYS SWIM

Congratulations to the Boys Swim Team!!!!!  This was the 82nd year of Boys State Swimming in Iowa.  The last time Ames High Boys won state was 1982, thats 36 years ago! The Boys Swimming team scored in 10 of 11 events.

The 200 Medley Relay team of Ethan Johnson, Dalton Lillibridge, Misho Mahrous and Nick Matthews won state and set a new school record with an All-American time.

Dalton Lillibridge had two Runner-Up finishes in the 100 Butterfly and 100 Breaststroke, setting a new school record.

The 200 Freestyle Relay team of James Bentley, Philip Ma, Soma Szabo and Nick Matthews also set a new school record.

The meet came down to the last race and the boys delivered with a Runner-Up finish in the 400 Freestyle Relay!

AHS SPIRIT WEAR

Get your new Little Cyclone apparel for the Spring Season from the Little Cyclones Spirit Webstore—now open through March 7. Order your threads at https://sk.four51ordercloud.com/AmesK12/catalog/AHS. Pay by credit card and have your order shipped directly to your home or school. Delivery expected by the end of March. Contact Jessica at 515-558-6059 or jbartels@storeykenworthy.com with questions.

DANCE MARATHON

Dance Marathon is February 24th at 7:30 PM. Last year we raised over $15,000 for the kids! This year we are hoping to raise $16,000. Please consider donating. All proceeds go to Iowa Children’s Miracle Network Hospital which supports children who are battling life threatening illnesses. To donate, click on the link below, click “support me,” then click on the amount you would like to donate. Thank You! Click here to donate. #ForTheKids

If the link doesn’t work, the full URL is: https://events.dancemarathon.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.participant&participantID=406753

BACCALAUREATE HELP NEEDED

***URGENT PLEA*** for parent volunteers for the Class of 2018  Baccalaureate committee.  We are in need of committee chairs, a treasurer, and committee members to help with the program and publicity.  If you can possibly help, please contact last year’s co-chair, Lea Lippolis (lippolisfamily@yahoo.com) or this year’s Music Chair, Karen Paxton (paxton6family@msn.com)

Baccalaureate Mission Statement: Baccalaureate is a service that is inclusive of all religions.  It is a time for graduates and families to reflect upon their spiritual heritage, being thoughtful of beliefs and practices of others.

ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE

Friday, February 16

AHS Blood Drive – 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM – Ames High School

BBB 9/10/V v Ft. Dodge 4:45/6/7:45PM –  Ames High School

Saturday, February 17

GBB V Regional TBD @ CF 7 PM – Cedar Falls High School Sunday, February 18

BBB Banquet – 5:30 PM – Ames High School

Monday, February 19

BBB V vs Ankeny 7 PM (Sub-state)

Winter Choral Concert 7:30 PM – Ames High School

Tuesday, February 20

GBB V Regional TBA February 20 (all day)

AHS Band Solo & Ensemble Prelim Contest  4:00 PM – 8:00 PM – Ames High School

Thursday, February 22

AHS Solo & Duet Prelims 7:00 AM – 12:00 PM – Ames High School

Sports Physicals for Spring/Summer Athletes 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Friday, February 23

BBB V Substate #2 TBA (all day)

Sunday, February 25

WR Banquet –  6:00 PM – 8:00 PM – Ames High School

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Friday February 2, 2018

ACT/ SAT PREP CLASS OFFERED

Students planning to take the ACT or SAT this spring: Mr. Webb and Mrs. Engelkes are offering an ACT/SAT Prep Class starting Monday February 26th. The class will meet four Mondays for two hours each day (Monday, February 26th, March 5th, March 19th, and March 26th). There will be a section that meets from 3:15-5:15 PM and another that meets from 6:30-8:30 PM. The cost is $35 (checks preferred), which is waived for students qualifying for the Federal Lunch Program. Class size is limited to 25 students. Enrollment is on a first-come with the registration fee, first-served basis. You must pay at the time of enrollment.  Registration forms are available in Student Services. Registration deadline is WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 at NOON. Please make checks payable to Ames High School.

WINTER MUSICAL: Babes in Arms

The Winter Musical, Babes In Arms will be having their performances this weekend. Curtain is 7:30 PM February 9 and 10, and 2:00 PM Sunday, February 11. Admission is $10.00 9th grade and older, $8.00 8th grade and below. Student activity tickets can be used for the Sunday performance ONLY.

AMES HIGH BLOOD DRIVE

The Ames High Senior Senate will hold its semi-annual blood drive on Friday, February 16 from 8:00-2:00. Pre-registration will be Thursday, February 8 through Thursday, February 15 in the front lobby of the school. Parents and community members are welcome to donate by signing up online at bloodcenterofiowa.org . Did you know that one pint of blood can save up to three lives? Just think how many lives we can save!! 

LARGE GROUP SPEECH CONTEST

Six groups from Ames High School participated in the State Large Group Speech Contest at Waukee High School on Saturday, February 3.  Groups who received I ratings are Gerrit VanDyk, Jacob Peters, and Josh Gartin and April Wigdahl and Emily Peters in Group Improvisation;  Grant Welk, Scott Junck, and Kijune Kim in Radio Broadcasting; April Wigdahl, Emma Camara, Emily Peters, and Gwen Stewart and Gerrit VanDyk, Hannah Wigdahl, Isabel Polashek, Jacob Peters, Josh Gartin, and Lauryn Berger in Musical Theater. Amy Guan, Ebisha Lawrance-Christopher, Kate Townsend, and Tiffany Rong received a II rating in Television News.   

MUSICAL THEATER GROUP EARNS ALL-STATE DESIGNATION

Gerrit VanDyk, Hannah Wigdahl, Isabel Polashek, Jacob Peters, Josh Gartin, and Lauryn Berger received All-State designation for their musical theater presentation, “Revolting Children”, that included selected songs from the musical, Matilda.  They are coached by Becky Riker.

We want to thank all of the parents who came to watch their students perform.

11 NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS

Congratulations to the following Ames High seniors for being named finalist in the 2018 Competition for National Merit Scholarships:  Elena Andrews, Hector Arbuckle, Emma Cai, Channing Che, Dana Gustafson, Ryan Jeong, Rucha Kelkar, Melissa Liu, Carline Paxton, Benjamin Steward, and Tianxin xu.

CONTRACT GRADE WITH PASS/FAIL OPTION

The last day to sign up to take a class for a contract grade with a pass/fail option is Tuesday, March. 6, 2018. For a full year course the student must contract again for 2nd semester.

BOYS SWIM

Good luck to the 11 boys who are state swimming qualifiers:  Ethan Johnson, Dalton Lillibridge, Misho Mahrous, Nick Matthews, Soma Szabo, James Bentley, Ryan Jurgensen, Philip Ma, Cael Rasmussen, Noah Stagg, and Adam Feilmeyer.

ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE

Friday, February 9

BBB 10/9/V @ SE Polk 4:45/6/7:45pm

GBB JV1/V/JV2 @ SE Polk 4:45/6/7:45pm

Winter Musical – AHS Auditorium 7:30pm

Saturday, February 10

WR V Districts TBA – February 10 (all day)

BSW V State @ Iowa City

Winter Musical – AHS Auditorium 7:30 PM

Sunday, February 11

Winter Musical – AHS Auditorium 2:00 PM

GBB Banquet – 3:00 PM – Ames High School

Tuesday, February 13

BBB 9/10/V @ East 4:45/6/7:45pm

Wednesday, February 14

GBB V Regional @ Waterloo West 7pm West High School

Thursday, February 15

WR V @ State TBA – Wells Fargo Arena

BSW Banquet –  5:30 PM – Ames High School

Band Jazz Encounters -7:30 PM – Ames High School

Friday, February 16

Blood Drive – 7 AM – 3 PM – Ames High

BBB 9/10/V v Ft. Dodge 4:45/6/7:45pm – Ames High School

Saturday, February 17

GBB V Regional TBD @ CF 7pm – Cedar Falls High School

Sunday, February 18

BBB Banquet – 5:30 PM – Ames High School

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Friday, February 2, 2018

2018-19 COURSE REQUEST SIGN-UP

9th, 10th and 11th grade students are reminded that Friday, February 9, is the deadline to request courses for next year. Also, any students applying for acceleration, the acceleration application is due the same Friday, February 9. Students currently enrolled at AHS who don’t get their requests in on time will be the last ones scheduled into electives.

ACCELERATION

Forms for students entering grades 9-12 interested in pursuing acceleration in the 2018-19 school year are now available. These forms can be accessed online via the Ames High School ELP Page or in the ELP Alcove at AHS. Forms are due to the ELP office located in MC-3 by February 9.   Late applications will not be accepted.

DROPPING A CLASS

The last day to drop a class without consequences as long as the student is still full time is Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018.   

The last day to sign up to take a class for a contract grade with a pass/fail option is Tuesday, March. 6, 2018.

AHS WINTER MUSICAL: BABES IN ARMS

Performances are scheduled for evening of February 9th and 10th at 7:30 pm,  and  2pm on Sunday the 11th.   Tickets are on sale in the main office.     The Admission price is $10 for 9th grade and older, $8 for 8th grade and below.  

EUROPE TRIP

There will be an informational meeting FOR STUDENTS interested in going on the Europe Trip on Tuesday, February 13 during Plus Period in Mrs. Sullivan’s room–room 109.  This informational meeting will be an opportunity to ask questions and to see the basic plan for the trip.  Also- remember to sign up for AP European History if you plan to go on the trip. You will also be able to ask questions about the class at this meeting.    

ATTENTION SENIOR PARENTS

The Baccalaureate Service held in conjunction with Graduation is parent-organized and non-school sponsored. Co-chairs and committee members are needed now to begin planning next spring’s event. Please contact last year’s co-chair Lea Lippolis (lealippolis@gmail.com) to express your interest. Your help is critical to the success of Baccalaureate. Thank you!

SPORTS PHYSICALS

Platinum Chiropractic will administer Sports Physicals to Ames High Student-Athletes in the Athletic Training Room on February 22 from 6 to 8 p.m. The cost is $30 at the time of the physical. Platinum Chiropractic will donate a significant portion of the proceeds to the Ames High Booster Club. All student-athletes are required to pass a sports physical in order to compete in interscholastic sports.

AMES HIGH BLOOD DRIVE

The Ames High Senior Senate will hold its semi-annual blood drive on Friday, February 16 from 8:00-2:00. Pre-registration will begin next week on Thursday, February 8 through Thursday, February 15 in the front lobby of the school. Parents and community members are welcome to donate by signing up online at bloodcenterofiowa.org . Did you know that one pint of blood can save up to three lives? Just think how many lives we can save!!

 9th GRADE CAREER FAIR

On Tuesday, February 6, 2018, our freshman class will participate in our inaugural Freshman Career Fair at Ames High School.  

A team of teachers, counselors and district staff, along with students from the Business Engagement Collaborative, have planned an exciting day to get our freshmen thinking more closely about their future and its infinite possibilities. Students will participate in breakout sessions, hear a message from Jeff Johnson from ISU, and engage in general career booths to learn about many of the opportunities they have available to them.

Thanks to our business sponsors who have helped make this event possible:

DMACC

Todd & Sargent

Wilson Toyota

Story Construction

VisionBank

WorkInAmes.com

VenuWorks

Duane A Wolf Engineering

 CAREER FAIR PARKING

Due to the Career Fair hosted at AHS on Tuesday, Feb. 6, there is NO PARKING in the far north row of the student parking lot. Unauthorized cars parked in the north row will be towed at the owner’s expense on Tuesday, Feb. 6.”

Ames High Athletic Spring College Signing Day is Wednesday, February 7, at 8:00 AM.  


ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE

Friday, February 2

BBB 10/V vs Centennial 4:45/7:45pm – Ames High School

GBB JV1/V vs Centennial 4:45/6pm – Ames High School

Saturday, February 3

BSW V Districts TBA

Urbandale Jazz Colloquium – Urbandale High School (all day)

Monday, February 5

BBB JV vs Fort Dodge – 7PM – Ames High School

Tuesday, February 6

BBB 10/9/V @ North 4:45/6/7:45pm – North High School

GBB JV1/V/JV2 @ North 4:45/6/7:45pm – North High School

9th Grade Career Fair

Wednesday, February 7

AHS Athletics Spring College Signing Ceremony – 8:00 AM

Thursday, February 8

WR JV @ Boone Invite – 5:30 PM – Boone High School

Friday, February 9

BBB 10/9/V @ SE Polk 4:45/6/7:45pm – High School – Southeast Polk

GBB JV1/V/JV2 @ SE Polk 4:45/6/7:45pm – High School – Southeast Polk

AHS Winter Musical – Babes in Arms – 7:30 PM – Ames High School

Saturday, February 10

WR V Districts TBA (all day)

BSW V State @ Iowa City (all day) – Campus Recreation and Wellness Center

AHS Winter Musical – Babes in Arms – 7:30 PM – Ames High School

Sunday, February 11

AHS Winter Musical – Babes in Arms – 2:00 PM – Ames High School

GBB Banquet – 3:00 PM – Ames High School

 
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Friday January 26, 2018

DROPPING A CLASS

The last day to drop a class without consequences as long the student has enough classes to be a full-time student is Tuesday, February 6.

EARN AHS AND DMACC CREDIT

As students prepare to sign up for next year’s classes, sophomores and juniors are invited to attend an informational “Lunch and Learn” meeting on Wednesday, January 31 to hear about the DMACC Career Academy and SCALE programs. Students earn both high school and college credit from these classes.  AHS students who are currently enrolled in several of these programs will talk about their experience.  They are:

Seth Henschen – Auto Tech Program

Jacob VerSteegt – Building Trades Program

Grace Perrin – Health occupations/CNA program

Teresa Pelzer- Culinary Arts Program

Greg Bernhard – Criminal Justice Program

Marin Ellis – Teacher Academy Program

Will Tibbin – Welding Program

Hope to see you there.

The informational meetings will be held in the multi-purpose room at AHS during each lunch period on January 31.  Students may bring a brown bag lunch or go to the head of the lunchroom line and take their lunch to the multi-purpose room.

ACCELERATION INFORMATION

Forms for students entering grades 9-12 interested in pursuing acceleration in the 2018-19 school year are now available. These forms can be accessed online via the Ames High School ELP Page or in the ELP Alcove at AHS. Forms are due to the ELP office located in MC-3 by February 9. Late applications will not be accepted.

2018-19 CLASS SIGN UP

Next week students will be signing up online for their 2018-19 Ames High Classes. Grades 9, 10 and 11 will receive information in homeroom Wednesday, January 31, concerning signing up for classes.  Course selection is due the following week on Friday, February 9. Applications for acceleration are due the same day, Feb. 9.  

You can go to the AHS homepage – enter www.ames.k12.ia.us and then click on Ames High School. There you will find a link to the 2018-19 Registration Book. On Wednesday, January 31 there will also be a link for online course registration instructions.

BOYS STATE SWIM MEET

The Boys State Swim Meet will be held on Saturday, February 10th at the University of Iowa Swimming Pool.   Tickets cost $10 and need to be pre-ordered and paid in full by February 2nd.  You can do this by visiting JD Mitchell in the Athletics Office, or any secretary in the Main Office.  Checks can be made to the Ames High Booster Club.  We anticipate that tickets will be ready for pick up on Feb. 7th after 9 am.

Winter Musical:  Babes in Arms

A group of young interns, with dreams of theatrical stardom, slave away at the Surf and Sand Playhouse in Cape Cod.  They are secretly working on their own revue while also preparing a production for their cheap and tyrannical boss, Seymour Fleming, and an angry, arrogant southern playwright by the name of Lee Calhoun.  Watch as these aspiring actors and actresses, led by Valentine White and Susie Ward, deal with love, laughter, and “skullduggery” as they try their best to outwit the powers that be.  Curtain is 7:30 PM February 9 and 10, and 2:00 PM Sunday, February 11. Admission is  $10.00 9th grade and older, $8.00 8th grade and below.  Tickets are on sale in the Ames High main office.

LARGE GROUP SPEECH CONTEST

Twenty-seven students participated in the District Large Group Speech Contest at Southeast Polk Middle School on Saturday, January 24.  Students who received I ratings and will advance to the State Contest at Waukee High School on February 3 are:  April Wigdahl and Emily Peters and Gerrit Van Dyke, Jacob Peters, and Josh Gartin in Group Improvisation; Kijune Kim, Grant Welk, and Scott Junck in Radio Broadcasting; Ebisha Lawrence-Christopher, Kate Townsend, Amy Guan, and Tiffany Rong in Television News; and Gerrit Van Dyk, Hannah Wigdahl, Isabel Polashek, Jacob Peters, Josh Gartin, and Lauryn Berger, and April Wigdahl, E’mma Camara, Emily Peters, and Gwen Stewart in Musical Theater.  Students who received II ratings included:  Kijune Kim, Abbas Kuso, Iluda Ko, and Deeksha Sarda in Short Film; Clae Riker and Elizabeth Moe in Group Mime and Ensemble Acting; and Kathleen Pelter, Natalie Bretey, and Travis Cooper in Musical Theater. The students are coached by Judy and Sarah Anderson, Becky Riker, and Connie Ringlee.  

CAREER FAIR FOR 9th GRADE STUDENTS

The Career Fair Planning Committee is hosting a career fair on Tuesday, February 6 at Ames High School in the UNI Hallway.  This is a special day for all AHS 9th grade students only.   The purpose for the fair is to learn about different careers, and the importance of soft skills for employment.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Sam Edster.

AMES HIGH ATHLETIC SPRING COLLEGE SIGNING DAY

Ames High Athletic Spring College Signing Day is Wednesday, February 7, 8 AM.

All senior athletes who have committed to a college to participate in athletics and who are receiving athletic aid are invited to participate. Please contact the Athletic Office asap by email (joshua.mitchell@ames.k12.ia.us or judge.johnston@ames.k12.ia.us) or call 817-0611 if you would like to be recognized in our Spring Signing.

ATTENTION SENIOR PARENTS

The Baccalaureate Service held in conjunction with Graduation is parent-organized and non-school sponsored. Co-chairs and committee members are needed now to begin planning next spring’s event. Please contact last year’s co-chair Lea Lippolis (lealippolis@gmail.com) to express your interest. Your help is critical to the success of Baccalaureate. Thank you!

ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE

Friday, January 26

WR V CIML @ SE Polk 4 pm – Southeast Polk High School

GBB JV1/V @ Valley 4:45/6 pm – Valley High School

GBB JV2 @ Valley 4:45 pm – Valley Southwoods Freshman High

BBB 10/V @ Valley 4:45/7:45 pm – Valley High School

BBB 9 @ Valley 6 pm – Valley Southwoods Freshman High

Saturday, January 27

BBB JV v Ft. Dodge 10 am – Ames High School

WR JV @ Ft. Dodge Invite 10 am– Fort Dodge Senior High School

BBB 9 vs Marshalltown 11:30 am– Ames High School

Monday, January 29

GBB JV2 vs Urbandale 6 pm – Ames HIgh School

BBB JV vs Marshalltown – 7 pm – Ames High School

BBB 9 vs Urbandale – 7:30 pm – Ames High School

Tuesday, January 30

BBB 10/V vs Urbandale 4:45/7:45 pm – Ames High School

GBB JV1/V vs Urdandale 4:45/6 pm – Ames High School

Wednesday, January 31

Lunch & Learn – DMACC Presentation – Multipurpose room – 11:40 & 12:20

Thursday, February 1

WR JV/V @ Lincoln/Newton – 5:30 pm – Lincoln High School

GBB JV2 vs Centennial – 6 pm – Ames High School    BBB 9 vs Centennial – 7:30 pm – Ames High School

Friday, February 2

BBB 10/V vs Centennial 4:45/7:45 pm –  Ames High School

GBB JV1/V vs Centennial 4:45/6 pm – Ames High School

Saturday, February 3

BSW V Districts TBA – (all day)

AHS Band – Urbandale Jazz Colloquium – Urbandale High  (all day)

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Friday Announcements   1-19-18

 

IOWA ASSESSMENT TESTING CONTINUES FOR GRADES 9, 10, 11

Monday & Tuesday

It is important that students give their best effort on these assessments. Parents can help by seeing the students are well rested and have breakfast before coming to school on the test days.

Seniors won’t be testing so they do not have to be in the building during the test period. If seniors are in the building, they need to be either in the media center or cafeteria.

IA Assessment TEST SCHEDULE – MONDAYJan. 22, – 48 min.  

Warning Bell 0:05 7:45 AM

Period 1 0:39 7:50 AM 8:29 AM

Period 2 0:41 8:34 AM 9:15 AM

TEST PERIOD 0:48 9:20 AM 10:08 AM

Period 3 0:39 10:13 AM 10:52 AM

Period 4 0:39 10:57 AM 11:36 AM

Period 5/ 1st Lunch 0:38 11:36 AM 12:14 PM

Class 0:39 12:14 PM 12:53 PM

Class 0:39 11:41 AM 12:20 PM

Last Lunch 0:38 12:20 PM 12:58 PM

Period 6 0:39 12:58 PM 1:37 PM

Period 7 0:39 1:42 PM 2:21 PM

Period 8 0:39 2:26 PM 3:05 PM

 

IA Assessment TEST SCHEDULE – TUESDAYJan. 23, – 65 min For Social Studies and Vocabulary tests

 

Warning Bell 0:05 7:45 AM

Period 1 0:38 7:50 AM 8:28 AM

Period 2 0:40 8:33 AM 9:13 AM

TEST PERIOD 1:05 9:18 AM 10:23 AM

Period 3 0:37 10:28 AM 11:05 AM

Period 4 0:37 11:10 AM 11:47 AM

 

Period 5/1st Lunch 0:35 11:47 AM 12:22 PM

Class 0:37 12:22 PM 12:59 PM

Class    0:37 11:52 AM 12:29 PM

Last Lunch 0:35 12:29 PM 1:04 PM

Period 6 0:37 1:04 PM 1:41 PM

Period 7 0:37 1:46 PM 2:23 PM

Period 8 0:37 2:28 PM 3:05 PM

GIRLS TENNIS FUNDRAISER

The Ames girls and boys tennis team will be holding a team benefit on Tuesday, January 23rd from 11am – 9pm at Noodles and Company at 414 S. Duff Ave in Ames.

All proceeds from any food purchases made during this time will go towards the purchase of new team apparel for both teams. Please mention the tennis team at check out.

JAZZ FESTIVAL RESULTS

Ames High School Jazz I ensemble won 1st place this weekend at the Council Bluffs Jazz festival.  The students played very well.  Below are the results for class 4A.

 

Ames – 1st

Dowling – 2nd

Newton – 3rd

Papillion La Vista South – 4th

Lewis Central – 5th

TJHS – 6th

ACCELERATION

Forms for students entering grades 9-12 interested in pursuing acceleration in the 2018-19 school year are now available. These forms can be accessed online via the Ames High School ELP Page or in the ELP Alcove at AHS. Forms are due to the ELP office located in MC-3 by February 9. Late applications will not be accepted.

 

ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE

Fri. Jan. 19

Boys BB 10/V vs Waukee – 4:45/7:45 PM – Ames High School

Girls BB JV1/V vs Waukee – 4:45/6 PM – Ames High School

Sat. Jan 20

Boys BB JV2/9 vs SEP – 9:00/10:30 AM – Ames High School

WR JV @ Dowling Invite – 9:00 AM – Dowling Catholic High School

WR V @ Urbandale Invite – 9:00 AM – Urbandale High School

Boys SW JV/V CIC Conf @ SEP – 11:00 AM – High School – Southeast Polk

Mon. Jan.  22

Iowa Assessments

Tues. Jan. 23

Iowa Assessments

WR JV/V vs Waukee 6:30 PM – Ames High School

Wed.  Jan. 24

8th Grade Parent Night 6PM – 8PM – Ames High School.

Fri. Jan. 26

WR V CIML @ SE Polk – 4PM – High School – Southeast Polk

Boys BB 10/V @ Valley – 4:45/7:45 PM – Valley High School

Girls BB JV1/V @ Valley 4:45/6PM – Valley High School

Girls BB JV2 @ Valley 4:45 PM – Valley Southwoods Freshman High School

Boys BB 9 @ Valley 6PM – Valley Southwoods Freshman High School

Sat. Jan. 27

Boys BB JV v Fort Dodge – 10:00 AM – Ames High School

Boys BB9 vs M-Town 11:30 AM – Ames High School

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FRIDAY  JANUARY 12, 2018

NO SCHOOL MONDAY, JANUARY 15

There is no school Monday, January 15th, as it is a district wide professional development day.  This includes the Driver Ed classes offered through Street Smarts.

NO SCHOOL TUESDAY, JANUARY 16

There is no school for High School only on Tuesday, January 16th as it is a teacher workday between semesters.

2nd SEMESTER BEGINS WEDNESDAY

Wednesday, January 17th is the first day of 2nd semester with a normal Wednesday schedule. 1st period begins at 9:15 am.

STUDENTS WILL GET THEIR 2ND SEMESTER SCHEDULE FROM THE PORTAL

Each student has a computer and can access her/his 2nd semester schedule on the portal. We do not hand out a printed schedule to begin the 2nd semester.

IOWA ASSESSMENTS START THIS WEEK

9th, 10th, and 11th graders will begin taking the Iowa Assessments on Thursday (January 18) and Friday (January 19), and finish the following week with testing on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. It is important that students give their best effort on these assessments. Parents can help by seeing the students are well rested and have breakfast before coming to school on the test days.  When we receive the results, we will be able to show each student the growth s/he has made since taking the tests last year.

Seniors won’t be testing so they do not have to be in the building during the test period. If seniors are in the building, they need to be either in the media center or cafeteria.

IA ASSESSMENTS TEST SCHEDULE 2018      

58 min.  For First Test Day ONLY

Warning Bell 0:05 7:45 AM

Period 1 0:39 7:50 AM 8:29 AM

Period 2 0:41 8:34 AM 9:15 AM

TEST PERIOD 0:58 9:20 AM 10:18 AM

Period 3 0:37 10:23 AM 11:00 AM

Period 4 0:37 11:05 AM 11:42 AM

Period 5/ 1st Lunch 0:38 11:42 AM 12:20 PM

Class 0:39 12:20 PM 12:59 PM

Class 0:39 11:47 AM 12:26 PM

Last Lunch 0:38 12:26 PM 1:04 PM

Period 6 0:37 1:04 PM 1:41 PM

Period 7 0:37 1:46 PM 2:23 PM

Period 8 0:37 2:28 PM 3:05 PM

IA ASSESSMENTS TEST SCHEDULE 2018

48 min.  Used for all testing except the first test day

Warning Bell 0:05 7:45 AM

Period 1 0:39 7:50 AM 8:29 AM

Period 2 0:41 8:34 AM 9:15 AM

TEST PERIOD 0:48 9:20 AM 10:08 AM

Period 3 0:39 10:13 AM 10:52 AM

Period 4 0:39 10:57 AM 11:36 AM

Period 5/ 1st Lunch 0:38 11:36 AM 12:14 PM

Class 0:39 2:14 PM 12:53 PM

Class 0:39 11:41 AM 12:20 PM

Last Lunch 0:38 12:20 PM 12:58 PM

Period 6 0:39 12:58 PM 1:37 PM

Period 7 0:39 1:42 PM 2:21 PM

Period 8 0:39 2:26 PM 3:05 PM

ACCELERATION

Acceleration forms for students entering grades 9-12 interested in pursuing acceleration in the 2018-19 school year are now available. These forms can be accessed online via the Ames High School ELP Page or in the ELP Alcove at AHS. Forms are due to the ELP office located in MC-3 by February 9. Late applications will not be accepted.

AMERICAN LEGION BOYS AND GIRLS STATE OPPORTUNITY FOR JUNIORS

The Ames American Legion Family is seeking students from the 2017-2018 Junior Class interested in attending American Legion Boys State and American Legion Auxiliary Girls State. These programs are week-long camps devoted to teaching government at the state, county and municipal level in Iowa as well as developing leadership skills and patriotism. They are “hands-on” experiences in the operation of government. All attendees will be elected or appointed to an office in government and learn the operation of that office as well as the interaction between various offices. Both programs are highly regarded by the college and university admissions offices around the country. The military academies in particular, award extra points for having been a delegate in one of these programs. Scholarship funds are available for the top performing students in each program. American Legion Auxiliary Girls State will take place June 17-22, 2018 at Drake University and American Legion Boys State will take place on June 10-15, 2018 at Camp Dodge. All tuition costs will be paid by The American Legion family. Elena Andrews attended the 2017 Girls State session as a delegate from Ames High. She was selected from the delegates at Girls State to receive a $1,250 Samsung scholarship. A second 2017 Girls State delegate attends Gilbert High School as do the four 2017 Boys State delegates. Any junior girl interested in applying can contact Elena for first-hand information on the program. Selections will be accomplished by personal interview. The selection committees are chaired by David and Ann Rehbein. David can be reached at davidrehbein@msn.com or 515-231-3685 and Ann can be reached at amrehbein@msn.com or 515-231-6198. They can answer any initial questions and direct applicants to more information. Interviews will be held in January with selections known by February 1.

WINTER ORCHESTRA CONCERT

Thursday, January 18, 2018 7:30 PM AHS Auditorium

This concert will feature the 7th and 8th grade orchestras under the direction of Mr. Weihrauch and Mrs. Dieter. Mrs. Polashek will direct the 9th grade string orchestra performing: Telemann Concerto for 4 violins, In the Company of Angels and Sleigh Ride. The 10-12 Symphonic Orchestra will perform: Spanish from the Nutcracker, Spanish from Swan Lake, A Pirate’s Legend, Romeo & Juliet Overture and Procession of the Nobles. Admission: $5 Adults, $3 Students and Seniors, $10 Family.

ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE

Fri. Jan. 12

Boys BB 10/V vs SE Polk – 4:45 PM – 9:45 PM – Ames High School

Girls BB JV1/V vs SE Polk – 4:45 PM – 7:15 PM – Ames High School

Sat. Jan. 13

WR V @ ADM Invite10:00 AM – 4:30 PM – Adel DeSoto Minburn High School

Boys BB 9/10/V vs Valley – 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM – Ames High School 

Girls BB JV2/JV1/V vs Valley – 2:00 PM – 6:30 PM – Ames High School

Mon. Jan. 15

District-wide workshop day, NO CLASSES

No Driver Ed class

BoysBB 9 vs Marshalltown 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM 

Tues. Jan. 16

No classes, AHS only teacher workday

Boys BB 10/V vs Marshalltown – 4:45 PM – 9:45 PM – Ames High School

Girls BB JV1/V vs Marshalltown – 4:45 PM – 7:30 PM – Ames High School

Boys SW JV/V @ Indianola – 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM – Indianola YMCA

Thurs. Jan. 18

Iowa Assessments

Girls BB JV2 vs Waukee-  4:00 PM – 5:30 PM – Ames High School 

Boys BB 9 vs Waukee –  5:30 PM – 7:00 PM – Ames High School

WR JV/V @ SE Polk – 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM – High School – Southeast Polk

Orchestra Winter Concert (7th-12th Grades) 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM – Ames High School.

Fri. Jan. 19

Iowa Assessments

Young People’s Concert 1:15 PM

Boys BB 10/V vs Waukee – 4:45 PM – 9:45 PM – Ames High School 

Girls BB JV1/V vs Waukee – 4:45 PM – 7:30 PM – Ames High School

Sat. Jan 20

WR JV @ Dowling Invite – 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM – Dowling Catholic High School

WR V @ Urbandale Invite – 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM – Urbandale High School

Boys SW JV/V CIC Conf @ SEP – 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM – High School – Southeast Polk

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Friday Announcements – January  5, 2018

 

SEMESTER EXAMS
Next week semester exams will be given over three days, Tuesday, January 9th, Wednesday, January 10th, and Thursday, January 11th. Busses will run their normal times in the morning, with no late start on Wednesday, and pick students up at 1:45 PM on Tuesday and Wednesday, and at 11:30 AM on Thursday. Students on Thursday can get a quick lunch before getting on the bus.

DURING THE TESTING PERIODS:
Study halls, PE (except for make-ups), AI reading, Writing Lab, Math Lab and Study Skills will not meet. Students do not need to be on campus for any of the classes listed above. If students stay on campus, there will be a quiet study area in the media center. Otherwise, those students can be in the cafeteria – but not in the hallways.

Semester Exam Schedule 2017-18
First day: Jan. 9, 2018
Period 1 8:00 AM 9:30 AM
Period 2 9:45 AM 11:15 AM
Lunch 11:15 AM 12:15 PM
Periods 3 12:15 PM 1:45 PM

Semester Exam Schedule 2017-18
Second day: Jan. 10, 2018
Period 4 8:00 AM 9:30 AM
Period 5 9:45 AM 11:15 AM
Lunch 11:15 AM 12:15 PM
Periods 6 12:15 PM 1:45 PM

Semester Exam Schedule 2017-18
Third day: Jan. 11, 2018
Period 7 8:00 AM 9:30 AM
Period 8 9:45 AM 11:15 AM
Lunch 11:15 AM 12:15 PM
Make-up period 12:15 PM 1:45 PM

NO SCHOOL FRIDAY, JAN 12, OR MONDAY, JAN 15
There is no school for the HIGH SCHOOL ONLY on Friday, January 12th — a teacher workday between semesters. There is no school Monday, January 15, as it is a district wide professional development day.

SCIENCE PROJECT PRESENTATIONS
Come join Ms. Torkildson’s and Mr. Shuck’s Earth Science students as they share their semester Research Posters on Saturday night from 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. in the AHS Cafeteria.
The 9th grade Foundations of Earth Science students have spent the semester working on Literature Reviews on topics pertaining to Climate Change and the Carbon Cycle. The students look forward to sharing with you about their topics.

AMES WINTER CHEER CLINIC
On Friday, Jan. 19th, Ames High Winter Cheer is hosting our annual Winter Cheer Clinic for children in preschool – 6th grade! From 3:45pm-6:45pm your child will play games with cheerleaders, learn a cheer and the school fight song, eat pizza and a cookie, get a cheerleader t-shirt and temporary cheek tattoo, and perform at halftime of the Varsity Girls Basketball game!
Please complete the registration form attached and mail with check to: Ames High School, Attn: Winter Cheer Clinic, 1921 Ames High Drive, Ames, IA 50010
RSVP BY JANUARY 12TH

ACCELERATION
Acceleration forms for students entering grades 9-12 interested in pursuing acceleration in the 2018-19 school year are now available. These forms can be accessed online via the Ames high School ELP Page or in the ELP Alcove at AHS. Forms are due to the ELP office located in MC-3 by February 9. Late applications will not be accepted.

KLEENEX REQUEST
AHS would like to make a request for Kleenex donations. Cold and flu season has hit us hard at AHS and we have a great need for Kleenex in the classrooms. Kleenex donations can be dropped off in the main office. Thank you in advance for your Kleenex donation.

REPORTING ABSENCES
The two most efficient methods of notifying the school of an absence are by signed note or phone call. Messages may be left on the attendance line at 515-817-0601 any time during the day or night. These messages are checked regularly during school hours, and are entered into Infinite Campus first. Please do not email absences to the secretaries, as these notifications are not processed as efficiently, and could result in an absence not being excused.

PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS BEFORE ABSENCES
If you know in advance of an upcoming extended absence due to a college visit, surgery, travel plans, or family events, please send a note with your signature. Your student will bring this note to the Attendance office to obtain a Prior form, which he/she will have their teachers sign to alert them about the upcoming absence. At that time the teachers will let the student know if there is work that needs to be turned in prior to the absence or after the student returns.

ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE

Friday January 5
BBB 10/9/V @ Centennial 4:45 / 6 / 7:45 PM – Ankeny Centennial High School
GBB JV1/V/JV2 @ Centennial 4:45/6/7:45 PM – Ankeny Centennial High School

Saturday January 6
AHS Band SCIBA HS Honor Band – January 6 (all day) – Roosevelt High School
WR V Mendenhall – 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM – Ames High School

Monday, January 8
GBB JV2 vs Ankeny – 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM – Ames High School
BBB 9 vs Ankeny – 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM – Ames High School

Tuesday, January 9
Semester Finals
Girls Basketball: JV/V vs Hoover 4:45/6:00 PM
Boys Basketball: 10/V vs Hoover 4:45/7:45 PM

Wednesday, January 10
Semester Finals

Thursday, January 11
Semester Finals
GBB JV2 vs SE Polk – 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM – Ames High School
WR JV/V vs Waukee/Wood-Granger – 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM – Ames High School
BSW JV/V @ SE Polk – 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM – High School – Southeast Polk
BBB 9 vs SE Polk – 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM – Ames High School

Friday, January 12
No classes – Teacher workday (AHS only)
BBB 10/V vs SE Polk – 4:45 PM – 9:45 PM – Ames High School
GBB JV1/V vs SE Polk – 4:45 PM – 7:15 PM – Ames High School

Saturday, January 13
WR JV @ Jefferson Invite – 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM – Greene County High School
WR V @ ADM Invite – 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM – Adel DeSoto Minburn High School
BBB 9/10/V vs Valley – 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM – Ames High School
GBB JV2/JV1/V vs Valley – 2:00 PM – 6:30 PM – Ames High School

Monday, January 15
No classes – Teacher workday (district wide)
BBB 9 vs Marshalltown – 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM – Ames High School

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Wednesday 12-20-17

AMES HIGH STAFF WISHES YOU THE BEST THIS HOLIDAY SEASON!

WINTER BREAK

There will be no classes December 21st, through January 2nd, as students and staff enjoy winter break. Classes will resume Wednesday, January 3rd, with our regular late start at 9:15.

ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE

Wednesday, Jan.  3

Back to school – regular late start – regular dismissal at 3:05

Thursday Jan. 4

BSW JV/V vs Valley –  5:00 PM – 8:30 PM – Ames High School

WR JV/V @ Centennial, 6:30 PM – Ankeny Centennial High School

Friday Jan. 5

BBB 10/9/V @ Centennial  4:45 / 6 / 7:45 PM –  Ankeny Centennial High School

GBB JV1/V/JV2 @ Centennial 4:45/6/7:45 PM –  Ankeny Centennial High School

Saturday Jan. 6

AHS Band SCIBA HS Honor Band – January 6 (all day) – Roosevelt High School

WR V Mendenhall – 10:00 AM4:30 PM – Ames High School

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Friday Announcements Dec. 15, 2017

HOLIDAY BAND CONCERT

The Ames High Bands will be presenting their Holiday Band Concert on Monday, December 18th, in the Ames High School Auditorium. The 6:30 concert will feature Percussion Techniques directed by Chris Ewan, the Freshman Band directed by Andrew Buttermore and the Symphonic Band directed by Andrew Buttermore. The 8:00 PM concert will feature the Concert Band directed by Peter Thompson and the Wind Symphony directed by Chris Ewan. Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for students and $10 for a family.

SCHEDULE FOR WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 20th

NO LATE START – NO HOMEROOM – EARLY DISMISSAL AT 1:15

Warning Bell 0:05 7:45 AM

Period 1 0:32 7:50 AM 8:22 AM

Period 2 0:34 8:27 AM 9:01 AM

Period 3 0:32 9:06 AM 9:38 AM

Period 4 0:32 9:43 AM 10:15 AM

Period 5

    1st lunch    0:38 10:15 AM 10:53 AM

       Class      0:33 10:53 AM 11:26 AM

 

       Class       0:33 10:20 AM 10:53 AM

  Last Lunch   0:38 10:53 AM 11:31 AM

Period 6          0:32 11:31 AM 12:03 PM

Period 7 0:31 12:08 PM 12:39 PM

Period 8 0:31 12:44 PM 1:15 PM

 

COLD AND FLU SEASON

  1. Guidelines for keeping students home from school:

Please keep your child at home:

For fever, diarrhea or vomiting

For 24 hours after the child is free of signs of fever, diarrhea or vomiting.

       B.  If a student becomes ill at school

If a student becomes ill while at school, the student must see the nurse for assessment.

STUDENTS MUST NOT TEXT OR CALL PARENTS TO COME GET THEM WITHOUT GOING THROUGH THE NURSE.

The nurse will determine if the student needs to go home and will contact the student’s parents. Unless the nurse recommends that the student go home, the student’s absence will be unexcused.

For Ames High School Student Medical and Nursing questions contact Monica.Behning@ames.k12.ia.us

PSAT RESULTS

PSAT results are available in Student Services.  Please send your student to see Mrs. Evans to pick up their results.

DRIVER’S ED

A new session of Driver’s Ed will begin on Jan. 8th, and run through Feb. 12th.   Applications can be obtained from Bridget in the Associate Principal’s Office.

ART CALENDARS

Ames High School National Art Honor Society executive members are selling 2018 calendars with images of their work for Art Club. Every month highlights a student and their artwork!

Featured students:

Josh McCunn

Alexa Strotman

Amy Guan

Caylee Fuqua

Courtney Thompson

Abigail Tibben

Leah Wolter

Mali Bilstad

Mariam Simba

Polyphony Bruna

Tyler Postma

Yuer Zhu

The monthly calendar is $5.00.  You can email Lindsay Wede (lindsay.wede@ames.k12.ia.us)  and let her know if you would like to buy one.

AMES HIGH WRESTLING SPIRIT  

Any student that wears AHS (Orange & Black) spirit wear and brings a Gatorade to our AHS Wrestling home meets will get in Free! Help us fill the Stands and Cheer on our AHS Wrestlers on Dec. 19 at 6:30 pm and Jan. 11 at 5:30 pm! Go Little Cyclones!!

WINTER BREAK

There will be no classes December 21st through January 2nd, as students and staff enjoy winter break. Classes will resume Wednesday, January 3rd, with a regular Wednesday late start.

ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE

Friday, December 15

Girls BB JV1/V/JV2 @ Waukee – 4:45 PM – 7:30 PM – Waukee High School

Boys BB 10/V @ Waukee – 4:45 PM – 9:15 PM – Waukee High School Field House

Boys BB 9 @ Waukee – 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM – Prairieview School

SaturdayDecember 16

WR 9/10 @ N Polk Invite Alleman – 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM – North Polk High School

WR V @ Carroll Invite – 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM – Carroll High School

MondayDecember 18

Holiday Band Concerts – 6:30 PM – AHS Auditorium

Boys BB JV vs Ankeny 7pm AHS

TuesdayDecember 19

Boys BB 10/9/V @ Hoover 4:45/6/7:45 pm – Herbert Hoover High School

Girls BB JV1/V/JV2 @ Hoover 4:45/6/7:45pm –  Herbert Hoover High School

WR JV/V vs Ankeny – 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM – Ames High School

WednesdayDecember 20

No Late Start 7:50 AM  – 1:15 PM – Early Dismissal

ThursdayDecember 21

Winter Vacation – December 21, 2017 – January 2, 2018

Boys SW JV/V vs Mason City – 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM – Ames High School

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