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Amherst Media Offers Window Into ARPS

In the latest edition of A Window into ARPS, Superintendent Michael Morris interviews Interim Amherst Regional High School principal and Assistant Principals Dr. Micki Gromacki and Talib Sadiq about all things high school. A Window into ARPS: High School Update … Continue reading

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ASD Workshops for 2019

Autism Specialists present the following workshops for 2019: 1/10/19 – Behavior 101: What is Reinforcement and Why Does it Work? A conversation about the mechanics of reinforcement and small group work to discuss ways reinforcement can be used in individual … Continue reading

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New Principal Information; Final Day for Survey

In January 2019, we will begin the search for a principal to lead the Amherst-Pelham Regional High School. The position will be advertised over the next few weeks in local, regional and national newspapers and journals. A Committee is being formed, which will … Continue reading

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Florence Bank Community Choice Awards-Vote Before 12/31

Do you or someone you know bank at Florence Bank? If so, you can help support the Amherst Regional Public Schools PGO – which the ARHS PGO is a member of, through their Customers’ Choice Community Grants program. Last year … Continue reading

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Tidbits for Seniors from Ms. Ross

The deadline for listing colleges with January 15 deadlines is December 14. Please don’t miss these deadlines. If you need to add a college after these dates, you can, but please tell a Guidance secretary so we can be sure … Continue reading

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ACC Offers Housing Assistance

Amherst Community Connections offers housing assistance to residents of the Pioneer Valley. The agency is located at 236 Pleasant Street in Amherst. Amherst Community Connections (ACC) provides information/ referrals, case management, outreach and advocacy services to vulnerable individuals and families … Continue reading

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DOE Seeks Input on Proposed Charter School Expansion

The Department of Education is seeking public input on the proposed expansion of the Pioneer Valley Chinese Immersion Charter School in Hadley. The proposal would increase the maximum allowed enrollment to 952 students.  Input can be sent to the Commissioner … Continue reading

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