Weekly Eagle News

Spring 2023, 3rd edition, 01/23/2023 - 01/27/2023

Weekly Eagle News 1:23

~New Announcements~

Winter Formal
Winter Formal is scheduled for Saturday, Feb 4th from 7-10pm at Thousand Hills Ranch in Pismo Beach. The theme is Enchanted Night at the Ranch. Tickets are $40 and are on sale now. Click here to get activity contract and guest pass or pick up at the SBO that must be turned in order to purchase tickets. This event is limited to 400 guests due to facility requirements so get your tickets while you can.
Winter Spirit Week
Eagle Expectation Winners


Students! Yearbook orders are going quickly this year with less than 160 copies left for sale! If you want to make sure that you get a yearbook this year then please head on over to Jostens.com to purchase and secure your copy. Price is currently $85. (CLICK HERE TO ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK)


Attendance Office Update

College/Military visits

Seniors and juniors planning a college/military visit should stop by the Attendance Office to pick up an Excused Absence Request form ahead of their visit. If approved, up to two days may be excused. Visits that will last longer than two days would require a Short Term Independent Study Contract to excuse the absence.

Attendance Office contact details:

Dawn Lewis (805) 474-3200 ext. 2244 Dawn.Lewis@lmusd.org

Substitute Attendance Technician (805) 474-3200 ext. 2243


Please do not send any ParentSquare messages to Alisha Black at this time.


Clubs should know in order to advertise for your club special events, please turn your announcement into room #205 for posting. Going forward, flyers will be hung in Eagle Hall, on the tri marquee and blue board in the quad, on the Softball Shed wall, outside room #912, and in the admin building window. All other posters will be removed.


2023-2024 School Year
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On January 23, 1957, machines at the Wham-O toy company roll out the first batch of their aerodynamic plastic discs—now known to millions of fans all over the world as Frisbees.

The story of the Frisbee began in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where William Frisbie opened the Frisbie Pie Company in 1871. Students from nearby universities would throw the empty pie tins to each other, yelling “Frisbie!” as they let go. In 1948, Walter Frederick Morrison and his partner Warren Franscioni invented a plastic version of the disc called the “Flying Saucer” that could fly further and more accurately than the tin pie plates. After splitting with Franscioni, Morrison made an improved model in 1955 and sold it to the new toy company Wham-O as the “Pluto Platter”–an attempt to cash in on the public craze over space and Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs).

In 1958, a year after the toy’s first release, Wham-O—the company behind such top-sellers as the Hula-Hoop, the Super Ball and the Water Wiggle—changed its name to the Frisbee disc, misspelling the name of the historic pie company.

Week of Sport


~Career Center News~

Cash for College

The FAFSA is required for all Seniors this year.

Attend Cash for College to get help with the FAFSA application.

AGHS Cash for College Dates:

Arroyo Grande High School, Library

Wednesday, February 8, 2023 4-7 p.m.

Career Center Hours:

Career Center is open all day on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Open at lunch only on Monday and Friday.



The Oceano/Five Cities Elks Lodge #2504 selects an AGHS senior male and female each month based on achievements, character, leadership, service, citizenship and scholastics. Monthly for the 22'23 School Year - Completed application should be submitted to Brianna.boyd@lmusd.org. Students only need to apply once. If your application is not chosen in a given month, it will be considered for the following month

Go to the AGHS Website under scholarships for more information or stop by the Career Center.

Other opportunities and deadlines approaching so be sure to check out the website.

Fine Arts Competition

~AGHS Athletics Booster Update~

Next meeting is January 23rd at 6pm in Room 208
Community Service for Arroyo Grande City
Help seniors with tech Community Service

Volunteers needed for the Arroyo Grande Hospital!

If you are wanting to join, they are looking for Weekend and evening volunteers, and you can stop by the career center for more information and get an application.
Jobs with LMUSD

Interested in working for LMUSD? Click here to view current openings. Create and account to apply.

Student Art Show