OKLAHOMA! presented by
the AHS Mainstage Players
March 21 - 23
Put it on your calendar
for an evening of great entertainment!
NEW SCHOOL HOURS EFFECTIVE
FEBRUARY 24TH THRU MARCH 28TH
TO MAKE UP FOR SNOW DAYS:
MON, TUES, THUR, FRI: 8:00 - 4:15
WEDNESDAY 8:00 - 3:45
MARCH 28TH HAS BEEN ADDED AS AN
EXTENDED DAY TO MAKE UP THE HOUR
MISSED ON THE FEBRUARY 27TH SNOW
DAY. PLEASE PLAN FOR YOUR STUDENT
TO BE HERE ON THAT EXTENDED DAY.
A REMINDER TO STUDENTS AND PARENTS:
IF A STUDENT IS NOT FEELING WELL, HE/SHE SHOULD GO TO THE HEALTH ROOM TO BE CHECKED. THE AIDE THERE WILL CALL A PARENT IF NECESSARY. STUDENTS ARE NOT TO CONTACT PARENTS VIA CELL PHONE FROM CLASSROOMS.
Welcome to Angola High School!
Anyone who signed up for student council: your student council videos will be shot on the following days: upcoming seniors – March 17th; upcoming juniors – March 18th; upcoming sophomores – March 20th. Make sure to dress in a presentable manner. You will have 1 minute to get your point across.
Shelby Leininger and Grace Floto please see Coach Berger TODAY in room 113 during resource period.
There will be no Boys track practice TODAY. Have warm clothes for Monday's pract5ice as we may be running outside.
There will be an important meeting TODAY during resource period for all students enrolled in AP courses this year. The meeting will be in the auditorium.
The Academic Social Studies Supebowl team will meet TODAY during resource period. Students wo cannot attend should stop by the Media Center to pick up their reading packets.
There will be a Student Athlete Advisory Council meeting on Tuesday, March 11 at 7:30 in Room 104.
Students are reminded they are to use their ids when purchasing lunch. The line can move much faster and there are fewer mistakes.
Those students signed up to take the SAT on Saturday here at Angola High School are reminded they MUST have their admissions ticket printed from the website and a picture ID. NO EXCEPTIONS.
From the Art Club: Remember we will still take caps until we reach our 30,000 goal. Drop them in the boxes in the commons, office, or art rooms.
Seniors: If you are planning to apply for financial aid, don't forget to submit your FAFSA before March 10th. Don't wait until the last minute to get started and take the chance of missing out on federal or state assistance. See your counselor if you have questions.
Would the art students from Mrs. Rider's last semester classes please pick up their projects. They are located in the display window outside of room 209. All projects must be picked up by Monday, March 10th or they will be recycled or kept by Mrs. Rider as her property. These items were to have been picked up the first Monday of this semester.
Seniors: If you have pictures from elementary, middle or high school that you would like to share for a senior video, please bring them to Mr. Police in Guidance. All pictures will be returned.
The Purdue University Women in Engineering Program will be offering a FREE daylong event for high school juniors called "Juniors Exploring Engineering at Purdue" on Monday April 14th. The program will be geared toward women interested in engineering. Registrations are limited. Pick up a flyer in the guidance office TODAY.
The Purdue Research Park Entrepreneurship Academy is looking for current sophomores and juniors who demonstrate aptitude in math, science, technology and have an interest in entrepreneurship. Selected students will attend a 5-day, high tech focused academy at Purdue's West Lafayette campus June 22-27. Please see Mrs. Koester in the guidance office for more information.
Girls: This Saturday, March 8th from 11- 3 is the Brooke Peters Memorial Scholarship prom dress sale. All dresses are $20. All proceeds go directly to the scholarship fund. If you would like to donate a dress to this cause, please call Tonya Peters at 667-7114. Or come shop and save Saturday 11:00 – 3:00 at the Hamilton Church of Christ 4040 E. Church Street, Hamilton.
Manchester University will have a representative in the office for any interested junior and/or senior who would like an on-site admissions decision on Monday, March 10th during resource period. This is an excellent opportunity for juniors to learn more about Manchester University and for seniors to bring a completed application (including essay), transcript, and a completed guidance counselor reference form for an on-site admissions decision. If interested in attending please stop by the office for a pass.
Seniors If you were born at Cameron Hospital and would like to take part in the "I Got My Start at Cameron Hospital" program, stop by the main office and pick up an application.
Mad Anthony's restaurant on Lake James is looking for students who are at least 17 years old to work in the kitchen. If you are interested, contact Rachel at 833-2537 or stop in at the restaurant.
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