Aloha High School

Friday Update 2/5/21

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Report Cards Are Coming

Warrior Students, Parents, Guardians and Families...Report Cards are coming!


We finished up the first half of the school year last week and all grading has been completed. You will see report cards posted to StudentVue and ParentVue within the next couple days. Here’s a couple important points concerning these report cards:


  • Every class, each nine weeks, is worth 0.5 credit and students need to earn an A, B, C or D grade to earn the credit.
  • If a student earned an Incomplete (I) grade, that means the teacher is giving the student some additional time to finish and submit some remaining work before the teacher assigns a final grade. If a student has an (I) on their report card, get in touch with the teacher immediately!
  • If a student earned a No Grade (N) grade, that means that the student did not engage enough or turn enough work for the teacher to assign a grade and no credit was earned. This course will most likely need to be repeated.

We started the 3rd nine week session this week and the next report card will be issued after April 19th. The four classes on a student’s schedule are all new classes. We strongly encourage all students to attend class every day, participate, stay engaged, complete the assigned work and turn in all assigned work. That’s the path to success!


Matt Casteel
Principal
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Scholastic Art Awards - Congratulations Aloha Artists

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards is a nation wide program that gives students the opportunity to broaden creative horizons while earning local and national recognition. The objective is to foster confidence of young artists and give them the opportunity to be recognized for their creative achievements. The Alliance partners with art institutes, colleges, and universities to earmark scholarships for college-bound Scholastic Awards recipients.

Gold Key winners’ work will go on to be considered for a national award

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Silver Key Winners

Honorable Mention

Sweet Week Video
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Athletics are Back! Cross Country, Soccer, Football, Volleyball, Cheer, Dance, Basketball, Swimming, Wrestling, Softball, Baseball, Tennis, Golf, Track and Field

Before you can participate you must complete the online registration. Look for the select language or translation button. Many languages available. For more info click here. You will register through the online payment system. You will need a ParentVue account to register. If you do not have a ParentVue account email ahs-communications@beaverton.k12.or.us. Include your student's full name and ID number. An access code will be emailed back to you.


Online Registration includes:

1. Participation Form

2. Sports Physical

3. COVID Waiver Form


Click here for information on where to get a sports physical Sports Physical Pricing and Availability

Email the CCC for post high school planning/information

Lisa Brennan - Lisa_Brennan@beaverton.k12.or.us College & Career Specialist Phone: 503-356-2796 Jennifer Winquist Jennifer_Winquist@beaverton.k12.or.us College & Career Readiness Counselor Winquist_Jennifer Phone: 503-356-2797

Juniors Join College Possible by February 28

Juniors! Does thinking about applying to college stress you out? Here at Aloha, we have a resource to offer you – College Possible Oregon! They have dedicated coaches to assist students with ACT prep, college and scholarship applications, and so much more! They’ve reopened the application to join, so click here to start your application: collegepossible.org/join. Follow College Possible on Instagram @CPORclassof2022 for more information! The deadline to apply is February 28th but submit your application as soon as possible to guarantee your spot!”

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Where did your 2014 bond dollars go? (English)
¿Cómo se usaron sus dólares del bono de 2014?
What should our future facility priorities be? (English)
¿Cuáles deberían ser nuestras prioridades en el futuro?

We want your opinions. Where should the next bond go to?

Please take this short survey. It is available in the following Languages:

English

Español

Arabic

Chinese

Japanese

Korean

Russian

Somali

Vietnamese


A few items to think about for Aloha High School:

An additional Gym, upgraded wrestling and weight room facilities, performing arts practice and storage space, remodel of Counseling and Main Office, replacement of folding walls in adjoining classrooms, public address system.

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-Grab and go breakfast/lunches will be available EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY at Aloha High School. Tuesdays lunches will include a breakfast and lunch for both Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursdays lunches will include a breakfast and lunch for Thursday, Friday, and Monday. Any person ages 1-18 can get free meals at these locations. CLICK this link to see if a bus stop drop off might be closer for your pick-up.
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