Saturday, March 2nd-4th, 7:30pm – 9:30pm
With a timeless score from Cole Porter, Anything Goes is one of the great musicals that propelled Broadway into its golden age.
Join us on the deck of the SS America as it sails from New York to England with a shipful of separated lovers, excitable sailors and NYC’s not-so-infamous Public Enemy #13.
Replete with bright comedy and soaring music, over 130 ARHS student cast, crew and pit orchestra members will give you at least that many reasons to come. Come see the school’s largest performing arts production of the year!
Purchase Tickets Online Here.
Please note: ALL TICKETS ARE GENERAL ADMISSION. Doors will open 45 minutes prior to curtain. Tickets are $10 for students and staff and can be purchased online via the Performing Arts website or by cash or check in the cafeteria the week of the show. Students on free/reduced lunch can be tickets at reduced prices by contacting Mr. Bechtold.
All ARHS seniors are invited to attend Reality Fair, a hands-on, financial literacy workshop sponsored by the Greenfield Community College Financial Aid Office and the UMASS Five College Federal Credit Union on Tuesday, March 21st. Students will depart for GCC at 8:15 a.m. and return to school around 1:45 p.m. The event is entirely free for our students and includes lunch.
We encourage all of our seniors to take part in this interactive and informative field trip. The feedback from the students who participated last year was overwhelmingly positive and enthusiastic. They said it was fun and educational and that we should “Ab-so-lutely!” take students again this year.
Permission slips were given to all seniors during advisory on Thursday, February 16th and emailed to parents/guardians on Feburary 17th. They are due back by Tuesday, March 14th.
Please call Ericka Alschuler at 362-1714 or Myra Ross at 362-1720 for more information.
Feb 28th – Late Registration Deadline for March 11 SAT (at ARHS)
March 1st – UMass FAFSA Deadline
March 2nd – 4th- ARHS Winter Musical- Anything Goes! 7:30-9:30pm
March 3rd – AP Exam Registration Deadline
March 3rd – Registration Deadline for April 8 ACT with no late fee
March 11th – SAT Testing at ARHS
March 14th – Spring Sports Information Night, 6:30pm
March 17th – Registration Deadline for April 8 ACT w/late fee
March 21st-23rd – MCAS ELA
March 23rd – Combined Concert: Concert Choir, Philharmonia
March 24th – Amherst VFW Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser for PGO, 8-11am
March 30th – Combined Concert: Jazz and Symphony Band
Saturday, March 25th, 8-11 am
VFW Building, Main Street, Amherst
All proceeds will shared among the Amherst public schools (PGOs) with the intention of being used to fund healthy snacks for students.
On Saturday, March 4th at 1:30 and 4, audiences join fearless Jim Hawkins, the scurvy pirate Long John Silver, a gang of swashbuckling Ruffians, a flock of loyal seagulls and many more at Crocker Farm Elementary for a bold and boisterous treasure hunting adventure, when Missoula Children’s Theatre and more than 50 local students present an original musical adaptation of TREASURE ISLAND. This original musical production is part of the Missoula Children’s Theatre’s unique international touring project and is presented locally by Amherst Leisure Services Community Theater. Tickets are $8/adults and $5/children and seniors, and are available at the door.
Two one-hour shows at Crocker Farm Elementary School on
Saturday, March 4th at 1:30 and 4.
Come join us for a raucous and rollicking performance!
Questions? See us at our website ALSCT.org
FaceBook at ALSCT (Amherst Leisure Services Community Theater)
or email us at email@example.com
For more information, see www.alsct.org, or call 413-259-9482.
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Low income Massachusetts residents create an account on the secure website, then log in and post their legal questions. Volunteer lawyers answer the questions through the same website. There is no charge to use this service. People can access the site from anywhere that they have internet access, including smart phones.
Mass Legal Answers Online is part of the national Free Legal Answers project sponsored by the American Bar Association, and is being managed by the Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, with assistance from the Volunteer Lawyers Project.
There is no school next week. Have a safe, restful break.