September 6, 2019

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Open House--Wednesday, September 11 5:45-8:45

Welcome to Ashland High School Open House! All students and families are encouraged to attend. Please bring your student's schedule so you know which class to go to each period.

9-11th grade parents meet in the gym at 5:45

12th grade parents meet in the library at 5:45

Schedule of Events

5:45 -6:05 Meet in gym (9-11) or library (12th graders)

6:05-6:30 Parent Resource Fair and Refreshments in the commons

6:35-6:45 Period 1

6:50-7:00 Period 2

7:05-7:15 Period 3

7:20-7:30 Period 4

7:35-7:45 Period 5

7:50-8:00 Period 6

8:05-8:15 Period 7

8:20-8:30 Period 8

8:35-8:45 Period 0

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Club Fair--September 12 from 11:27-12:43 on the Quad

Start a club or join a club! Did you know there are over 50 clubs to join at AHS? All clubs are student-led and most are held during lunch. If you would like to start a new club, you can pick up a form in the main office. Here is a list of last year's clubs for reference-- clubs for 2019-2020 may be different.

How to Order School Pictures

School Pictures were taken this week. To order pictures of your student, go to the Lifetouch Website here: and enter the ID # FO919104Y

Makeup Picture Day: October 21


Special Senior Presentation during Open House

Parents and Guardians of Senior Students

Your Senior Needs You!

5:45-6:30 AHS Library

September 11

Please join us at Open House for a special Senior Parent/Guardian only Presentation

Learn more about:

*Career and College Readiness course

*Critical dates and deadlines for Senior year

*Senior Project requirements

*How to support social, emotional and academic senior student success

Opportunity to meet CCR Teachers (Amanda McGrew, Cambria Floren, Mat Marr, and Jamie Lungren), School Counselors (Diane Berry and Kalli Walker) and CCR Specialist/Aspire Coordinator (Jen Marsden)

Senior Portrait are Due by November 21st.

Senior year is an extremely important year in a person’s life. To help commemorate this year, one of the most important documents is the senior’s yearbook photo. The following information will help you plan for senior portraits adequately and ensure that the picture that appears in the yearbook will be one that you will treasure for a lifetime. Follow for more information on how to submit your portrait.


Looking for a creative way to tell your graduate, “I love you and I’m proud of you” now that their high school years is coming to an end?

If the answer is yes, think about placing a “Senior Ads” in the yearbook. Yearbook dedication ads are a great way to give your child the special recognition they deserves, for everyone to see, in the 2020 yearbook.

Placing your ad is simple and quick! Visit for more information.


Counselors are here to help!

Counselors are here to help your students succeed. Students can drop in at the counseling office during school hours to fill out a counselor reservation form, or email or call 541 482 8771 x2114 to schedule an appointment.

Counselors are assigned by student's last name

Keri Phipps All Freshmen

Diane Berry A-He

Kalli Walker Hi-Me

Jeff Roscher Mi-Z

Financial Aid (FAFSA) Information Night

Financial Aid (FAFSA) Information Night for Seniors and their Parent/Guardians

Wednesday, September 18th, 6:30-8:00 pm in the IVC

On Wednesday, September 18th from 6:30-8:00 pm in the IVC, AHS counseling staff will discuss the process for completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). The FAFSA is an online application ( which qualifies students to receive the Federal Pell Grant, the Oregon Opportunity Grant, the Oregon Promise, and government loans. This meeting is important if your student plans to attend a private/public university, community college or vocational school. Even if you think your family will not qualify for federal financial aid, it is important that you complete the FAFSA. Some schools will not give students merit aid unless they have a FAFSA on record. We will also briefly discuss the CSS Profile, a separate online application many private schools use to determine institutional financial aid (

The 2020-21 FAFSA goes live on October 1st and will use tax information from 2018. Students planning to start college in fall of 2020 should complete the 2020-21 FAFSA. Before October 1st, both the student and one parent can sign up for an FSA ID. The FSA ID is the Federal Student Aid Identification students and parents use to sign and verify information on their FAFSA and federal student loans. It is important that students sign up for their own FSA ID (

Prior to filling out the FAFSA, families can also complete the FAFSA4Caster ( to see if they will likely be eligible for government aid.

College Information Night

College Information Night for Seniors and their Parents/Guardians

Wednesday, October 2nd, 6:30-8:00 pm in the IVC

On Wednesday, October 2nd from 6:30-8:00 pm, seniors and their parents/guardians are invited to a college information session in the IVC. AHS counselors will discuss and answer questions about how to apply to community and 4-year public/private colleges, financial aid and scholarships, and many other aspects of the road to higher education. The information will be specifically relevant to seniors but other interested students and parents are welcome to attend.


Bus Schedule

ASD Transportation 541 482 3174

Click here to see bus routes and times:

Students riding a bus to any location other than their designated bus stop must have parental permission and obtain a BUS PASS from the front office.

School Supply List

At the high school level there is no set school supply list. Students can organize their supplies in the manner they prefer and if there are any special supplies needed, their teachers will tell them on the first day of class.

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