The Town of Amherst Groff Park Committee will host a Groff Park Community Forum on
Tuesday, April 24, 2018 at 7:00 PM in the Cafeteria at Crocker Farm Elementary School, 280 West Street. Residents are invited to comment on concept plans and provide ideas for the improvements to Groff Park. Snacks and Childcare will be provided
For more information, please contact: Nate Malloy, Planning Department, 413-259-3322 or email@example.com
Yesterday, during the last period of the day, a pipe burst in the second floor boys bathroom, which cause some commotion.
Our custodial crew did a terrific job cleaning up the considerable amount of water in the hallway and, by the time dismissal rolled around, students were able to get to their lockers and make their buses with minimal delay.
This morning, the district’s plumber is scheduled to be at school before the day begins. Every indication is that the bathroom will be fully functional by the time students arrive.
Please let me know if you questions or concerns.
Saturday, April 7th — 7:00 pm — ARHS Auditorium
The Green Street Brew, a local adult acapella group that includes ARHS math teacher Geoff Friedman and ARHS staff Andrea Dustin – under the direction of our very own Todd Fruth – presents the 10th Local Vocal Chord Bowl!
This event takes place at ARHS and features adult, college, and high school a capella groups. It is a joyous intergenerational celebration of making music. And it is a FUNDRAISER for music and arts programs at ARHS and at Northampton High School. In the last three years, the event has raised over $12,000 for the schools.
*Tickets: $12 advance / $14 at the door for Adults & Seniors; $8 advance / $10 at the door for Students & Children
Please consider joining in the 35 year-old tradition of throwing a safe Party for the Graduating Seniors and their invited guests.
EVENT PLANNING MEETING:
Date: Monday, April 9th
Time: 7-8 PM
Place: ARHS Room 114
Who: Parents and Guardians of all grade levels
For more information please contact:
413 531 7641
Congratulations to Mary Gorman, a paraeducator at ARHS, who was recently invited to speak about her upcoming nonfiction book about the Andersonville Raiders at the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, Georgia on November 10, 2018. Mary is the recipient of the POW Research Grant funded by the Friends of Andersonville and administered by the National Park Service. This grant is intended to add to the existing knowledge of the American Prisoner of War experience. Mary spent a brief period in residence at Andersonville National Historic Site last summer. She hopes that her book will be published sometime in the next year.