Spring 2022, 10th edition, 3/14/2022 - 3/18/2022
RENAISSANCE CARD HOLDERS
Those eligible for this academic honor should have received last Thursday a Renaissance Card, invite and tickets to Friday’s Renaissance Carnival hosted by Link Crew. This event takes place during 4th and lunch in the gym and the tickets in the envelopes are to be used to play games and choose food items. See Mrs. Hurtado in #205 if you have questions.
ST PATRICK’S DAY LUNCHTIME ACTIVITY
AIM Leadership will be hosting a special Thursday LTA for St. Patrick's Day in the quad. Listen to Thursday’s Eagle Alert for more info.
The deadline to apply for the CA Seal of Biliteracy is 4/8/22. To apply visit our school website HERE.
April 5th through the 8th Soccer Tournament during lunch at the Field. Four on four if you want to join but you don’t have a team, we will put you in a team. Sign-up with Mr. Alvarez or at the counseling office. Last day to sign-up is April 1st.
Boys Diving Team
Twelfth Night. A fast-paced 1960’s romantic comedy with plot twists of romance, mistaken identities and practical jokes. Performances are March 17, 18 , 19 at 7pm. Tickets are $8 students / $12 general admission and are available at the Clark Center or by scanning the QR code on one of our posters. Join us for a hilarious time of live theater!
Two of our students competed in the Lions Club speaking competition on Sunday, March 6th. Taking top honors was Lily Klapper (and $150) who will move on to the next level of competition. Zoe Lodge also spoke on the topic "How Can Kindness Reunite Our Country" and took Second Place. Lily will compete at the Regional Student Speaker Contest on Wednesday, April 6th.
TCFL Congressional Debate Qualifier, March 5th (on Zoom)
Paul Green 11th Place
Richie Bozzano 15th Place
Zoe Lodge, Presiding Officer - 2nd Place
Our competitors discussed an Olympic boycott, Nuclear Power, Repealing SB 1383, prohibiting sentencing juvenile offenders as adults and the Anti-Retail Theft Act.
NEW LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS NOW AVAILABLE: There are a few newly listed late last week with multiple scholarship deadlines approaching. Don’t miss out on these opportunities if you plan to attend a 2 year, 4 year, or vocational school after graduation.
~Career Center News~
The Navy will be here on March 29th during 5th period to talk about the Navy-ROTC program (NROTC). Visit room 208 to find out more and to sign up for this presentation or sign up here.
Colorado Mesa University will be on campus in the Career Center on March 16th! Colorado Mesa University is a WUE school with some GREAT opportunities for California students! Stop by the Career Center or click here to sign up to attend this presentation and find out more about the University!
Cuesta is here on campus a couple of days a week to help you register for classes. Stop by the College & Career Center (room 208) to sign up to get Cuesta to help or for more information.
March 18th Cuesta is hosting the Educate-Si Se Puede Conference. Spots are limited so sign up right away! Please stop by room 208 to get more information on this event.
ARMED SERVICES VOCATIONAL APTITUDE BATTERY
ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) testing is being offered next month on March 25th. Please stop by the College & Career Center to sign up.
Athletic Booster Auction
2022 BOOSTER DINNER - MARCH 26, 2022!!
4:00pm - Silent Auction | 6pm - Dinner | 7pm - Live Auction
Single Ticket is $85
Table for 8 is $680 ($75 per seat)
Click here for more info.
Community Service Opportunities
Student help is always needed at Home Track Meets.
Our next meet is on Friday 3/11. Several other opportunities will be in March. Interested students need to sign-up in Room 309 or in Room 908.
New Opportunity from City of Arroyo Grande Recreation on April 16, 2022. Check the AGHS Community Service Opportunities Page for Details.
Submitting your community service hours
The Google Form for Community Service Hours is used for the graduation requirement of 20 hours. Any hours in addition to your graduation requirement should be submitted on the Give Back 250 Google Classroom with Mr. Hurtado.
REMINDERS: STAFF: Wear your ID when on campus.
TEACHER PARTICIPATION: As case managers and counselors are setting up meetings with students with Fs, it is absolutely vital and expected that all teachers participate in IEP, 504 and SST meetings. It is imperative that you provide your feedback and participation...a sub can be provided if needed, just let the case manager know. Please indicate on the calendar invite why you can’t make it if you decline.