Update from the Middle
February 21, 2020
AMS Parent Nights
Ashland Middle School Library
The Teen Brain: What parents should know to support their students for success during high school and beyond.
February 25, 2020
In Diane’s presentation, Teen Brains, Today’s Science, A Brighter Future, she will be discussing recent science on the adolescent brain and what you need to support your student through middle and high school!
What’s That? How to Keep the Lines of Communication Open
March 10, 2020
Do you find it challenging to talk with your teen(s)? If so, come hear Joanne Lescher’s simple 4 step process in Nonviolent Communication to help you listen so kids will talk! It’ll be a fun exploration with time for all of your questions!
Let's Talk.... About The Talk(s)
JC SART presents • Let's talk ... about The Talk(s)
How to be an Askable AdultMarch 3, 2020 @ 6:30 pm
Ashland Middle School Library
An open conversation with JC SART about the many different challenging "talks", we have with the children in our lives. Bring your questions and ideas!
- Social media
- Bullying (on and offline)
Refreshments and child care will be provided.
GRIZZLY CTE Open House
Mark your calendars for GRIZZLY CTE Open House
When: Thursday March 5th (5-7pm), start in the AHS Commons
Tour all the CTE classrooms and workshops, talk with current AHS students and teachers, and learn about all of the CTE electives available for you!
What is CTE?
Follow this link/address to see a short video clip explaining the power of CTE- https://youtu.be/-1WMemcavqE
Boys & Girls Basketball Uniform Fundraiser
Help AMS replace our outdated basketball uniforms. We have approximately 120 students that participate in girls and boys basketball each year and we are in desperate need of new uniforms.
This summer we got a head start raising funds by participating in a golf tournament that the Rogue Valley Referee Association held, which resulted in raising $3,150.00. We need your help with the remaining $7,650.00.
Southern Oregon Junior Cycling Team
For girls and boys, ages 14-18, who want to be part of a junior cycling team focusing on road, mountain bike, and cyclocross training and racing.
- No fees to join or for coaching.
- Athletes will need bicycles, shoes, and clothing.
- Training will include daily workout plans focusing on race preparation for competition through the Oregon Bicycle Racing Association (OBRA).
- Coaching will be provided by a team of adult experienced cyclists.
Jenny Slawta, Ph.D. (Exercise Physiology)
For more information, call Jenny at 541-535-8315 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ashland High School presents the THE ADDAMS FAMILY, the MUSICAL for All
Ashland High School Performing Arts proudly presents a creeepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky THE ADDAMS FAMILY: THE MUSICAL. The AHS cast and crew of 40 is directed by Peter Alzado. The eight performances will be fun for the whole family! Friday- Saturday, Feb 28 and 29 @7:30; Thurs—Saturday, March 5-7 @7:30 and Sunday matinees on March 1 and 8 @ 2 p.m. One discounted preview is Thurs Feb 27 @7:30 p.m.
Ashland Schools Foundation
Every 1st Friday is PERK UP for Students
One of Ashland's coffeehouses supports ASF each first Friday by donating 10% of the day's sales for grants in the schools.
Mar 6 - Griffin Creek Coffee Cafe / Manna Bakery
ASF Day at Northwest Pizza & Pasta
The first Wednesday of every month, Northwest Pizza and Pasta donates 10% of the days sales to the Ashland Schools Foundation! Plan a fun dinner out with friends and save yourself from cooking a mid-week meal!
Student Achievement Snapshot through PowerSchool.
Office 365 & SharePoint
Math Books Online
Click Login to Online CoursesUsername: Ashland
The school district does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in matters affecting employment or in providing access to programs and services and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following person has been designated at our school to handle inquiries and complaints regarding nondiscrimination policies and to coordinate compliance efforts:
Name: Steve Retzlaff Title: Principal
Address: 100 Walker Ave
Telephone: 541-482-1611 ext. 3109
Inquiries or complaints may also be directed to the Student Services Office at 885 Siskiyou Blvd, Ashland Oregon (phone: 541-482-2811)
Complaints may also be directed to: Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue S.W., Washington D.C. 20202, or by calling (800) 421-3481 or (877) 521-2172 (TTY).