Students who did not attend the Pre-administration session for AP testing will need to come to Student Services as soon as possible to complete this.

The Ames High baseball program is looking for two student-managers to help this season with the varsity program.  For more information, contact Coach Fuller or check with the athletic office.

Seniors: Nomination forms for baccalaureate speakers are in the principal’s office. Please pick one up today and fill it out asap. Forms are due back this Friday by 3 PM. Also, applications for student performers are available and due by May 1st.

“UNICEF estimates that there are 300,000 child soldiers worldwide.”  

Tomorrow is the last to donate to the Human Trafficking Awareness drive! Tonight at 7pm in the multipurpose room will be the showing of “ The Abolitionist”, a documentary that follows the stories of children sold into the modern day slavery.

If you are interested in running for student council co-presidents for the 2019-2020 school year, please pick up an application from Mrs. Packer in the principal’s office. Two years combined experience is required. See Ms. DiBlasi or Mr. Burke for questions. Applications are due Friday.

Scratch Pad is Ames High School’s student-published art and writing magazine. If you have any art, writing, or photography works you would like to share, this is your chance to see your works published in print in the 2019 edition! Email your submissions to AHS Scratchpad at Ames dot k12 dot IA dot US. Our final deadline is Tuesday, April 30, 2019. We look forward to seeing your work!

Looking for a summer job?  Are you at least 18?  Do you like working with kids?  Ames Community Preschool is now hiring for summer positions.  Check the job postings board outside student services for more information.

Ames High Lacrosse team plays Sarpy County at 3:00 pm on Saturday, April 20, at the Ames Middle School football complex.