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Monday May 20, 2019

During Finals on May 29-31, students only need to be in attendance when they have a scheduled exam. If they don’t have a final, they may leave the building. If students stay on campus, they must be in a quiet study area in the Media Center or cafeteria, but not in the hallways. Buses will run their normal times in the morning and pick students up to return home at 1:45 PM on Wednesday and Thursday, and at 11:45 AM on Friday giving students time to pick up a quick lunch. 

 

LAPTOP RETURN

Senior laptop turn-in day is Wednesday, May 22. All seniors must turn in their laptop, case and chargers. All items must be turned in by 3:20 PM to avoid the over $700 full assessment fine. Laptops must be cleaned before turning in. There will be a cleaning station available. All other students will turn in their laptop, case and chargers during finals week.

STUDENT LOCKERS

Seniors need to clean out their lockers by the end of the day Wednesday, May 22. Students in grades 9 through 11 need to have their lockers emptied by the end of the day on May 31st. Anything left behind will be donated.

 

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Friday, May 17, 2019

Any 9th through 11th grade girl that would like to participate in Cross Country next fall, there will be an informational meeting on summer running and expectations for our upcoming season on Tuesday, May 21st after school in room B-9! We look forward to seeing you there!

Attention all ESL students, please report to the gym on during Plus period for a group picture. See Mr. K if you have any questions.

Boys Cross Country meeting Tuesday May 21, right after school in Mooney’s room.

Applications to be a Student Ambassador for the 2019/2020 school year are still available in Student Services. New AND current ambassadors must fill out the application if they would like to participate next year. Please return applications to Student Services by Wednesday, May 22nd. Contact Akshata Gandhe or Anika Slowing for more information.

Are you interested in helping to start a club for students of Latin and Hispanic heritage? Come to Room 46 during PLUS Period next Monday to discuss ways to support and grow within this community. For more details, ask Ms. Lowe. 

Students, please remember the course sign-up for the 2019-2020 school year will end on Monday.

Don’t forget to bring in items for the Rosedale Shelter drive in the main lobby during 1st, 2nd, 7th, and 8th! Every time you donate, you will get your name in a drawing for prizes including choosing the music during passing periods for a day, a Shawn Mendes ticket, and fast food gift cards.

The SENIOR PICNIC will be Thursday, May 23 at Inis Grove Park. Enjoy a light lunch, Kona Ice, Inflatable Laser Tag, and an inflatable obstacle course!! TICKETS are $5 and will be on sale this Thursday through next Wednesday in the lobby or room 26. See Mrs. Micalone in room 26 with questions.

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Thursday, May 16, 2019

Any 9th, 10th, or 11th grade girl that would like to participate in Cross Country next fall, there will be an informational meeting on summer running and expectations for our upcoming season on Tuesday, May 21st after school in room B-9! We look forward to seeing you there!

Attention all ESL students, please report to the gym on Friday during Plus period for a group picture. See Mr. K if you have any questions.

Are you interested in helping to start a club for students of Latin and Hispanic heritage? Come to Room 46 during PLUS Period next Monday to discuss ways to support and grow within this community. For more details, ask Ms. Lowe. 

Seniors, if you had Mr. Weber in middle school pick up your Weber letters in the main office.

Students, Course sign-up for the 2019-2020 school year will end on Monday. There are detailed instructions for online course sign-up on the AHS homepage.

Mr. Reichert’s Advanced Environmental Science class would like to invite you to “Our Impact” tonight 16th from 6:30pm-8pm in the Multi-purpose room. Our Impact is an interactive, exciting, and fun way to help educate the community on how the things they do impact our environment. Everyone is welcome.

Don’t forget to bring in items for the Rosedale Shelter drive in the main lobby during 1st, 2nd, 7th, and 8th! Every time you donate, you will get your name in a drawing for prizes including choosing the music during passing periods for a day, a Shawn Mendes ticket, and fast food gift cards.

The SENIOR PICNIC will be Thursday, May 23 at Inis Grove Park. Enjoy a light lunch, Kona Ice, Inflatable Laser Tag, and an inflatable obstacle course!! TICKETS are $5 and will be on sale this Thursday through next Wednesday in the lobby or room 26. See Mrs. Micalone in room 26 with questions.

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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

DAILY NOTES

Any 9th, 10th, or 11th grade girl that would like to participate in Cross Country next fall, there will be an informational meeting on summer running and expectations for our upcoming season on Tuesday, May 21st after school in room B-9! We look forward to seeing you there!

Seniors, if you had Mr. Weber in middle school pick up your Weber letters in the main office.

Students, Course sign-up for the 2019-2020 school year will end on Monday. There is a detailed instructions link for online course sign-up on the AHS homepage.

Ames High Science Olympiad is holding a fundraiser at Culver’s on today. We are raising money for our trip to the 2019 Science Olympiad National Tournament. We hope to see you there!

Sign up for Mr. O’s Plus period on Thursday, May 16th and come to African Club. Experience African culture, music, dancing and food from different countries.

Mr. Reichert’s Advanced Environmental Science class would like to invite you to “Our Impact” this Thursday, May 16th from 6:30pm-8pm in the Multi-purpose room. Our Impact is an interactive, exciting, and fun way to help educate the community on how the things they do impact our environment. Everyone is welcome, hope to see you there!

Don’t forget to bring in items for the Rosedale Shelter drive in the main lobby during 1st, 2nd, 7th, and 8th! Every time you donate, you will get your name in a drawing for prizes including choosing the music during passing periods for a day, a Shawn Mendes ticket, and fast food gift cards.

The SENIOR PICNIC will be Thursday, May 23 at Inis Grove Park. Enjoy a light lunch, Kona Ice, Inflatable Laser Tag, and an inflatable obstacle course!! TICKETS are $5 and will be on sale this Thursday through next Wednesday in the lobby or room 26. See Mrs. Micalone in room 26 with questions.

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Seniors, if you had Mr. Weber in middle school pick up your Weber letters in the main office.

Students, Course sign-up opens up this morning at the beginning of the school day for the 2019-2020 school year.

There are detailed instructions for online course sign-up on the
AHS Course Selection /  Registration Book page.

Ames High Science Olympiad is holding a fundraiser at Culver’s on Wednesday, May 15th. We are raising money for our trip to the 2019 Science Olympiad National Tournament at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. You can come anytime throughout the day, and you don’t need to mention Ames High Science Olympiad! We hope to see you there!

Sign up for Mr. O’s Plus period on Thursday, May 16th and come to African Club. Experience African culture, music, dancing and food from different countries.

Seniors please clean out your locker before your last day of school, anything left behind will be donated.

Mr. Reichert’s Advanced Environmental Science class would like to invite you to “Our Impact” this Thursday, May 16th from 6:30pm-8pm in the Multi-purpose room. Our Impact is an interactive, exciting, and fun way to help educate the community on how the things they do impact our environment. Everyone is welcome, hope to see you there!

The SENIOR PICNIC will be Thursday, May 23 at Inis Grove Park. Enjoy a light lunch, Kona Ice, Inflatable Laser Tag, and an inflatable obstacle course!! TICKETS are $5 and will be on sale this Thursday through next Wednesday in the lobby or room 26. See Mrs. Micalone in room 26 with questions.

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Monday, May 13, 2019

Attention all string players in orchestra! Go to lunch after 4th period. When the
bell rings, go to the orchestra room, get your instrument and come down to the
gym for the POPS rehearsal.

Seniors, if you had Mr. Weber in middle school pick up your Weber letters in the
main office.

Registraton Book and Information  for 2019-20 school Year is now online here 

Students, Course sign-up opens up tomorrow morning for the 2019-2020 school
year. There are detailed instructions for online course sign-up on the AHS
homepage.

Ames High Science Olympiad is holding a fundraiser at Culvers on Wednesday,
May 15th. We are raising money for our trip to the 2019 Science Olympiad
National Tournament at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. You can come
anytime throughout the day, and you don't need to mention Ames High Science
Olympiad! We hope to see you there!

Sign up for Mr. O’s Thursday, May 16th Plus period and come to African Club.
Experience African culture, music, dancing and food from different countries.
Seniors please clean out your locker before your last day of school, anything left
behind will be donated.

Mr. Reichert’s Advanced Environmental Science class would like to invite you to
“Our Impact” this Thursday, May 16th from 6:30pm-8pm in the Multi-purpose
room. Our Impact is an interactive, exciting, and fun way to help educate the
community on how the things they do impact our environment. Everyone is
welcome, hope to see you there!

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Friday, May 10, 2019

Sign up for Mr. O’s Thursday, May 16th Plus period and come to African Club. Experience African culture, music, dancing and food from different countries.

The 4-H Youth Conference will be June 25-27 on ISU campus. 4H grants available to cover application fees. See Mrs. Tibben in MC15 for more information and application forms.   

If you are a senior who took Advanced Chemistry last semester and are interested in making a tye dye shirt – see Mr. Junck in Room 44 TODAY to sign up and get details.  

Seniors please clean out your locker before your last day of school, anything left behind will be donated.

Are you interested in helping to start a club for students of Latin and Hispanic heritage? Come to Room 46 during PLUS Period Monday, May 13th to discuss ways to support and grow within this community. For more details, ask Ms. Lowe.  

Applications to be a Student Ambassador for the 2019/2020 school year are available in Student Services starting today. New AND current ambassadors must fill out the application if they would like to participate next year. Please return applications to Student Services by Tuesday, May 14th. Contact Grant Welk or Hana Lee for more information.

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Thursday, May 8, 2019

DAILY NOTES

The 4-H Youth Conference will be June 25-27 on ISU campus. 4H grants available to cover application fees. See Mrs. Tibben MC15 for more information and application forms.   

Are you interested in helping to start a club for students of Latin and Hispanic heritage? Come to Room 46 during PLUS Period next Monday to discuss ways to support and grow within this community. For more details, ask Ms. Lowe.  

Applications to be a Student Ambassador for the 2019/2020 school year are available in Student Services starting today. New AND current ambassadors must fill out the application if they would like to participate next year. Please return applications to Student Services by Tuesday, May 14th. Contact Grant Welk or Hana Lee for more information.

 If you are a Junior and interested in reading the 2019-2020 Daily Notes, please sign up with Mrs. Packer in the Principal’s office. Auditions will take place the week of May 20th.

The Empower, Enrich, & Excel Summer Program has openings for volunteers for the three-week program in June. The sign-up sheet is located in the ELP Alcove in the Media Center. The deadline to sign up to volunteer is May 20. If you have any questions, please see the ELP staff. 

A quick reminder to the class or 2019, you have been an amazing group of students to work with during your four years at AHS.  There has been many great accomplishments and you should be very proud of yourself and your friends.  Please finish this year demonstrating the same character and respect for our school and our community by not damaging or vandalizing the building with any senior pranks.  You do not want to jeopardize your ability to celebrate with your class by doing something that will tarnish the outstanding reputation you all have set for the class of 2019. 

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Wednesday, May 8, 2019

DAILY NOTES

 The 4-H Youth Conference will be June 25-27 on ISU campus. 4H grants available to cover application fees. See Mrs. Tibben MC15 for more information and application forms.   

Are you interested in helping to start a club for students of Latin and Hispanic heritage? Come to Room 46 during PLUS Period next Monday to discuss ways to support and grow within this community. For more details, ask Ms. Lowe.  

 Applications to be a Student Ambassador for the 2019/2020 school year are available in Student Services starting today. New AND current ambassadors must fill out the application if they would like to participate next year. Please return applications to Student Services by Tuesday, May 14th. Contact Grant Welk or Hana Lee for more information.

If you are a Junior and interested in reading the 2019-2020 Daily Notes, please sign up with Mrs. Packer this week in the Principal’s office. Auditions will take place the week of May 20th.

The Empower, Enrich, & Excel Summer Program has openings for volunteers for the three-week program in June. The sign-up sheet is located in the ELP Alcove in the Media Center. The deadline to sign up to volunteer is May 20. If you have any questions, please see the ELP staff.

A quick reminder to the class or 2019, you have been an amazing group of students to work with during your four years at AHS.  There has been many great accomplishments and you should be very proud of yourself and your friends.  Please finish this year demonstrating the same character and respect for our school and our community by not damaging or vandalizing the building with any senior pranks.  You do not want to jeopardize your ability to celebrate with your class by doing something that will tarnish the outstanding reputation you all have set for the class of 2019

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Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Applications to be a Student Ambassador for the 2019/2020 school year are available in Student Services starting today. New AND current ambassadors must fill out the application if they would like to participate next year. Please return applications to Student Services by Tuesday, May 14th. Contact Grant Welk or Hana Lee for more information.

If you are a Junior and interested in reading the 2019-2020 Daily Notes, please sign up with Mrs. Packer this week in the Principal’s office. Auditions will take place the week of May 20th.

The Empower, Enrich, & Excel Summer Program (formerly Summer School and Super Summer) has openings for volunteers for the three-week program (June 11-14, June 17-21, and June 24-28). The sign-up sheet is located in the ELP Alcove in the Media Center. The deadline to sign up to volunteer is May 20. If you have any questions, please see Nicole Kuhns or Catherine Monroe.

 

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