Monday, September 22, 2014

AHS Billboard

  • CLASS RING ORDERS WILL BE TAKEN
    DURING LUNCHES ON
    FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2014
    ORDER PACKETS ARE AVAILABLE
    IN THE OFFICE OR GO ONLINE
    AT jostens.com TO SEE ALL THE
    STYLES AVAILABLE.
    A $50.00 DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED
    WHEN ORDERING.

  • TRY-OUTS FOR THE FALL PLAY
    "LOOK WHO'S lAUGHING"
    WILL BE HELD ON
    TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23RD 
    IMMEDIATELY AFTER SCHOOL 
    IN THE AUDITORIUM.
    STAGE NOVICES AS WELL AS
    VETERANS ARE INVITED
    TO TRY OUT!

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Welcome to Angola High School!



 
ANNOUNCEMENTS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2014

Friday School students are to report to Mrs. Blaz’s room (Room 125) immediately after school.  Assignments, books and a reading book area required.



The tennis team is to be released at 3:00 TODAY to travel to their away match.  Athletes are:

Chris Calvelage, Zack Davison, Troy Lehman, Jordan  Libey, Craig Nofziger, Trevor Stiefken, Ben Atha, Andy Bauer, Parker Graber, Trayton Nafziger, Jordan Sager, Austin VanWegner, Jake Fifer, Jake Honer, Zach Orn, Robbie Vorderman, Jaxon Davis, Spencer Griffis, Trevyn Nafziger, Eric Nofziger, Devin Stiefken, Jordan Wells, Elijah Wyatt.



The next SWARM activity will be held TODAY, September 19th during resource period.  All mentors and freshmen should report to the gym.



Josten’s representatives will be here TODAY, September 19, in the cafeteria during lunches to take class ring orders. Don’t forget your $50 deposit money! Additional ring packets are available in the office.



TODAY is the last day to turn in magazine sales.  Contact all the grandparents you know that might buy a gift subscription for a grandchild.  There are many magazine offers for children age “0” on up.  Grandparents might also enjoy making “memory books” also known as “brag books”.  Remind anyone ordering that orders may be made online as well!



There will be a meeting for all Powder Puff football players and coaches on Monday, September 22nd during resource period in the auditorium.



So far this season, approximately 140 students have earned spirit points by attending athletic events and scanning in with their season pass.  Olivia Moor is currently in first place with 45 points followed closely by Taylor Presley and Taylor Rigsby with 40 points.  Don’t miss your chance to cheer on the Hornets and win prizes.  There are five home events next week so get out and support all the Hornet teams.



The Speech team will be meeting in room 201 during resource period on Monday, September 22nd.  Anyone interested is invited to attend.



Drama Club members – sign-up sheets are in the office to sign up for props, makeup, choreography, and sound and light positions.  Also, if you are interested in attending the regional workshop in Huntington on October 18th please sign up by NOON TODAY.



Play try-outs for the fall play “Look Who’s Laughing!“ will be next Tuesday September 23rd immediately after school in the auditorium.  See Ms. Hughes or Mrs. Gilbert if you have questions about try-out procedures.  Monologues are available to pick up in the office if you are having trouble finding one!



Seniors:  Please remember to turn in your Senior Data Forms to your counselor as soon as possible.



Students and Staff:  Help raise money for Special Olympics by buying raffle tickets for a football autographed by the AHS team.  Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00.  See Mr. Police in Guidance this week or purchase tickets at the Lakeland game on Friday night.  Help cheer the Hornets on to a victory and help a good cause at the same time!



Sophomores:  The Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Seminar will be held in June at Butler University.  Don’t miss a chance to develop your leadership skills and make a difference in your school and community.  AHS may nominate one student to attend; stop in Guidance for an application if you would like to be considered.



So far this season approximately 140 students have earned spirit points by attending athletic events using their season passes. Olivia Moor is currently in first place with 45 points, followed closely by Taylor Presley and Taylor Rigsby with 40 points. Don’t miss your chance to cheer on the Hornets and win prizes. There are five home events next week so get out and support all the Hornet teams!

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If you would like to put money in your lunch account through the online website please make note of the NEW WEBSITE ADDRESS:  www.SendMoneyToSchool.com





Athletic News:

The Hornet tennis squad celebrated senior night with a 5 -0 won over Churabusco. 

Winning for the Hornets were 

Singles: Chris Calvelage, Craig Nofziger, and Jake Honer

Doubles teams: Troy Lehman  and Zac Davison 

and Jordan Libey and Trevor Stiefken were solid. 

The jv score was 4-3. 

Well done team and thank you seniors 

Tonight we battle Fairfield for the regular season NECC CHAMPIONSHIP





Employment Opportunities:



Juniors and Seniors:  Harold’s Chevrolet is looking for 2 people to work part-time, Monday – Saturday as a cashier/receptionist.  Stop by the dealership for more information.



Village Kitchen is looking for dishwasher for evenings and week-ends - 3 days a week.  Apply at 109 N. Superior St.



Meijer has part-time positions available to students who are at least 16 years of age.  Apply at the store.



The Iron Skillet Restaurant located at the Petro Stopping Center in Fremont.  Now hiring all positions.  Apply online at www.myPETROjob.com.



The Potowatomi Inn at Pokagon State Park is holding a JOB FAIR Tuesday, September 23rd from     4 – 7pm.  Apply in person – possible immediate interviews.

Bass Outlets hiring 2 – 3 part time sales associates and 1 stock associate.  Apply at the store at the Fremont Prime Outlets.


ANGOLA HIGH SCHOOL -- EMPOWERING OUR STUDENTS WITH 21ST CENTURY LITERACY SKILLSAngola High School is a proud partner in education with the community of Angola, Indiana. Located one mile east of downtown Angola on U.S. Highway 20, Angola High School is recognized as a leader among high schools. Its students reflect the demographics of the Angola community and consistently rank above both state and national averages on standardized assessments.

We are very proud of our teachers, students, parents, and community members who make up our school community. Welcome to our home page. We encourage you to browse our website for more information about our school and students.

It is the policy of The Metropolitan School District of Steuben County to provide equal access to all employment and educational opportunities regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, creed or ancestry, age, gender, marital status, or disability.

For inquires of the: Title IX Coordinator, Section 504 Coordinator, and Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). Contact the Director of Curriculum and Instruction

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Angola High School
350 S John McBride Ave
Angola, IN 46703

Main Office: 260.665.2186
Athletic Office: 260.665.3780
Fax: 260.665.7012

Mr. Travis Heavin, Principal
Mr. Scott Poor, Asst. Principal
Mr. Mark Ridenour , Assistant Principal, Athletic Director
Mr. Jack Vrana, Director of Guidance

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Angola High School is a partnership of staff, students, and community.  Our mission is to provide a comprehensive quality educational program enabling students to become successful lifelong learners and contributors to society.  To assist in this process, Angola High School offers a four period semester schedule.

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