Category Archives: Parent News

Have A Great Summer!

The Editors of the PGO blog would like to wish everyone a very happy summer! We will “see” you again in the fall. First day of school is Wednesday, August 29, 2018! Becky, Mare, and Jennifer

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Join the ARHS Parent Guardian Organization

The ARHS Parent Guardian Organization is a volunteer group of parents and guardians, and we invite you to join us!  What do we do? We create this newsletter, administer a grant program for staff and students, host events with Principal Jackson and … Continue reading

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Fall Sports Registration Now Open

Online fall sports registration is now open. Ensure a smooth start to the fall season by registering NOW. Current sport physical forms should be on file with the school nurse before the first day of tryouts. Please call the nurse’s … Continue reading

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Key Information About the 2018-2019 School Year Calendar:

2018-2019 School Calendar School will start on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 for students in grades 1-12.  Preschool and Kindergarten start on Tuesday, September 4, 2018. There will be no school on the day before Thanksgiving. Winter break will begin with an early release … Continue reading

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Rising Seniors!

  If you are a high achieving first generation college applicant, a student of color or a low income student, who takes primarily honors and AP classes, you might want to look at: http://blog.collegegreenlight.com/blog/college-fly-in-diversity-programs/ It is a list of special fly-in … Continue reading

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Fee Waivers for August SAT & September ACT

If you plan to take the August 25 SAT or the September 8 ACT, register online before you forget.  If you qualify for a fee waiver, see Mrs. Cappelli before June 26. Unused fee waivers will expire in August! 

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Ceremony Celebrates Mural That Honors Amherst’s Cambodian Community

To celebrate the unveiling of a new mural that honors Amherst’s Cambodian community, over 100 people gathered at the high school for a Friday night ceremony, blessing and traditional dancing. Recently graduated senior Augusta Fricke spent nine months working on … Continue reading

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