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05.23.2018 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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Baseball (Boys V) - Sectional
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    Daily Announcements

    LAST STUDENT DAY IS JUNE 1ST 

    Wednesday, May 23, 2018


    Daily Announcements

    FCA will honor our seniors at a meeting tomorrow during homeroom in the commons area.

    This is a reminder that Vocal Infinity Auditions for the 2018-2019 school year will be held Wednesday the 23rd and Thursday the 24th from 3:30-5:30 in the high school choir room.  For your audition, prepare a memorized song that best highlights your voice.  All singers are welcome and encouraged to join one of our choirs even if you wish not to audition for Vocal Infinity.  Please see Ms. Bean for more information.

    Today we will be having recycling team.  Anyone is welcome to come.  Please come to Mr. Buchanan’s room right after announcements.

    Mrs. Rider’s art students that had work in the library show, you must pick up your art work by the end of the day on Friday.  This work cannot be stored in the art room after Friday.  There will be no exceptions!

    Attention Drama Club members:  The Drama Club’s end of the year banquet will be held on Friday in the commons.  The banquet begins at 6:00 pm and is open to all cast and crew from both the fall and spring productions.  Please check google classroom or see Mr. Seitz or Julia Yagodinski for details.

    Any Senior with 1 or more consecutive years of perfect attendance should see Mr. Police by then end of the day today.

    The Mayor’s Youth Council will be hosting a “Book With A Buddy” event at the Carnegie Library tomorrow from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.  Tell your little siblings about this literacy event that will include having high school students reading to them, fun activities, and taking a book home with them.  In order to do this, please donate your gently used elementary level books to the bin outside the office.

    There will be a Senior Class meeting today in the auditorium immediately after morning announcements.

    SPORTS NEWS:

    The Girls Track team scored 31 points last night to finish 8th at Regionals and only 7 points away from third.  Ali Cranston qualified for state in the pole vault with a second place finish.  The Hornets showed their depth by scoring in 9 of the 13 events they competed in.  Autumn Presley finished 4th in the pole vault, Katlyn Brown placed 5th in the high jump, Ali Cranston placed 5th in the 300 hurdles, Jessica Davis placed 7th in the shot put with a 2 ½ foot personal record, Hanna Knoll placed 8th in the 800, the 4x8 relay of Emily Land, Belle Michael, Hanna Knoll, and Samantha Biernat finished 5th, the 4x1 relay of Sarah Brandt, Belle Michael, Anna Bella Sawyer Ewing, and Kayla Fenstermaker finished 7th, and the 4x4 relay team of Sarah Brandt, Anna Bella Sawyer Ewing, Hanna Knoll, and Michelle Luna finished 7th.  Congratulations Ladies!

    The spring athletic awards program will be held on Wednesday, May 30th at 6:00 pm.  All spring athletes and Senior multi-sport athletes will be honored. 

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    About Our School

    Overview

    Angola 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. Students come from both a rural and small town setting with only five percent of the population being minority students. Three percent are African American students, one percent is Hispanic students and one percent is Asian students. Twenty-three percent of our students receive free or reduced lunches. As our community grows and business opportunities expand, we see continual changes in our student population. However, we are proud of the tolerance we have for diversity and positive behaviors our students have exhibited. AHS is truly a learning community, involving all students and adults. 

    We are very proud of our teachers, students, parents, and community members who make up our school community. Our students consistently rank above both state and national averages on standardized assessments.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). This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Excellent Faculty

    We are fortunate to employ some of the finest faculty members in the Midwest. Seventy-three percent of our faculty hold master’s degrees or more. The average teacher tenure is twenty-six years, and this experience shows in student achievement. Two of our teachers have authored several books on teaching strategies and are nationally recognized for their efforts. Fifteen of our faculty have presented workshops to teachers in four states in an effort to help others improve their profession. Teachers are the most important ingredient in a student’s success. We are proud to have some of the very best at AHS.

    Modern Facilities

    The facilities at Angola High School are modern and extremely adaptable to learning. The building opened in 1990 and appears today to be brand new. The totally climate-controlled building features Internet access in all rooms, real-time video conferencing capabilities, state-of-the-art science labs and much more. The building simply provides the comfort and positive environment for learning to occur.

    Student Opportunities

    Numerous options are available to our students. Among them are workplace studies, internships, and classes at Trine University’s Middle College. Students have the opportunity to graduate with several college credits and unique real-life experiences. We hope you will contact our school personnel for more details on these and other unique programs available to our students.
    • LAST STUDENT DAY IS JUNE 1ST 

      Wednesday, May 23, 2018


      Daily Announcements

      FCA will honor our seniors at a meeting tomorrow during homeroom in the commons area.

      This is a reminder that Vocal Infinity Auditions for the 2018-2019 school year will be held Wednesday the 23rd and Thursday the 24th from 3:30-5:30 in the high school choir room.  For your audition, prepare a memorized song that best highlights your voice.  All singers are welcome and encouraged to join one of our choirs even if you wish not to audition for Vocal Infinity.  Please see Ms. Bean for more information.

      Today we will be having recycling team.  Anyone is welcome to come.  Please come to Mr. Buchanan’s room right after announcements.

      Mrs. Rider’s art students that had work in the library show, you must pick up your art work by the end of the day on Friday.  This work cannot be stored in the art room after Friday.  There will be no exceptions!

      Attention Drama Club members:  The Drama Club’s end of the year banquet will be held on Friday in the commons.  The banquet begins at 6:00 pm and is open to all cast and crew from both the fall and spring productions.  Please check google classroom or see Mr. Seitz or Julia Yagodinski for details.

      Any Senior with 1 or more consecutive years of perfect attendance should see Mr. Police by then end of the day today.

      The Mayor’s Youth Council will be hosting a “Book With A Buddy” event at the Carnegie Library tomorrow from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.  Tell your little siblings about this literacy event that will include having high school students reading to them, fun activities, and taking a book home with them.  In order to do this, please donate your gently used elementary level books to the bin outside the office.

      There will be a Senior Class meeting today in the auditorium immediately after morning announcements.

      SPORTS NEWS:

      The Girls Track team scored 31 points last night to finish 8th at Regionals and only 7 points away from third.  Ali Cranston qualified for state in the pole vault with a second place finish.  The Hornets showed their depth by scoring in 9 of the 13 events they competed in.  Autumn Presley finished 4th in the pole vault, Katlyn Brown placed 5th in the high jump, Ali Cranston placed 5th in the 300 hurdles, Jessica Davis placed 7th in the shot put with a 2 ½ foot personal record, Hanna Knoll placed 8th in the 800, the 4x8 relay of Emily Land, Belle Michael, Hanna Knoll, and Samantha Biernat finished 5th, the 4x1 relay of Sarah Brandt, Belle Michael, Anna Bella Sawyer Ewing, and Kayla Fenstermaker finished 7th, and the 4x4 relay team of Sarah Brandt, Anna Bella Sawyer Ewing, Hanna Knoll, and Michelle Luna finished 7th.  Congratulations Ladies!

      The spring athletic awards program will be held on Wednesday, May 30th at 6:00 pm.  All spring athletes and Senior multi-sport athletes will be honored. 

    • Overview

      Angola 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. Students come from both a rural and small town setting with only five percent of the population being minority students. Three percent are African American students, one percent is Hispanic students and one percent is Asian students. Twenty-three percent of our students receive free or reduced lunches. As our community grows and business opportunities expand, we see continual changes in our student population. However, we are proud of the tolerance we have for diversity and positive behaviors our students have exhibited. AHS is truly a learning community, involving all students and adults. 

      We are very proud of our teachers, students, parents, and community members who make up our school community. Our students consistently rank above both state and national averages on standardized assessments.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). This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

      Excellent Faculty

      We are fortunate to employ some of the finest faculty members in the Midwest. Seventy-three percent of our faculty hold master’s degrees or more. The average teacher tenure is twenty-six years, and this experience shows in student achievement. Two of our teachers have authored several books on teaching strategies and are nationally recognized for their efforts. Fifteen of our faculty have presented workshops to teachers in four states in an effort to help others improve their profession. Teachers are the most important ingredient in a student’s success. We are proud to have some of the very best at AHS.

      Modern Facilities

      The facilities at Angola High School are modern and extremely adaptable to learning. The building opened in 1990 and appears today to be brand new. The totally climate-controlled building features Internet access in all rooms, real-time video conferencing capabilities, state-of-the-art science labs and much more. The building simply provides the comfort and positive environment for learning to occur.

      Student Opportunities

      Numerous options are available to our students. Among them are workplace studies, internships, and classes at Trine University’s Middle College. Students have the opportunity to graduate with several college credits and unique real-life experiences. We hope you will contact our school personnel for more details on these and other unique programs available to our students.



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