AHS Daily Announcements
EVEN Block Day
Senior Picnic on Wednesday, May 25 from 11:30 – 2:00 PM at Inis Grove Park (Walnut Shelter). Tickets are on sale today through May 20th. Tickets cost $5. You must have a ticket to attend. Sub sandwich, chips, cookies, water. See Mrs. Steenhagen in Student Services to buy your ticket.
The ASL @ AHS Club will be meeting today for the last time this year! Come learn and practice American Sign Language and discuss Deaf Culture. Everyone is welcome! Join us during Plus Period in Ms. Schieffer’s Room (Room 102). Contact Mrs. Day if you have questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
This year’s AHS Scratch Pad publication is here! Check out the amazing art and writing talent Ames High has to offer by purchasing your own copy. Copies are $5 and can be picked up from Mrs. Engelkes or purchased after school this week in the lobby.
Attention CURRENT SOPHOMORES, please check your email to fill out the 2022 Junior Homecoming Co-Chair application! You must apply with one other person and applications are due May 31st. Contact Kendra Goodwin or Katie Strotman with questions.
Come see the spring play Puffs tonight at 7:30 in the auditorium. Tickets are available at the door and are $10 for adults and $5 for children 8th grade or younger. Ames High activity passes will be accepted for admission. The play hilariously tells the story of a certain boy wizard at a certain school of magic through the eyes of the secondary characters.
Fall is right around the corner and that means it’s cross country season! If you are a girl and are interested in joining a team that has a great team atmosphere and gets to run, then come down to Mr. Anderson’s room (B-1) after school on May 24th to sign up and get all the information that you will need for the summer and fall! We hope to see you there!
Anyone interested in joining boys cross-country next fall please come to an informational meeting after school on the 26th in the gym. We will discuss training and the upcoming season. See you then!
How would you like to be an AHS ambassador next year? Student ambassadors help new students as they transition to Ames High School. Transferring to a new school can be rough so we need students who are willing to take them to their classes on their first day once they arrive. If interested, please sign up to be an AHS Ambassador. If you have questions contact Ms. DiBlasi or Isabel Wolf.
Today’s lunch is Cheese Stuffed Breadsticks, Marinara Sauce and Seasoned Peas.