October 25th, 2019

Ashland High School-- Oregon

Office Hours 7:45-4:15 (closes at 3:15 on Wednesdays)

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Grizzly Fall Conferences - Wednesday, October 30 and Thursday, October 31

Parent/Guardian Conferences – Scheduling open!

AHS is using online scheduling for conferences this year. Limited drop in conferences may be available during conference times, so we are encouraging all parents/guardians and their students to schedule early.

If your Grizz is struggling in a class or has a letter grade of D or F, we strongly encourage you to schedule now and assure that you have time to meet with your student’s teachers.

For Most Teachers:

  • Wednesday, October 30th, 5:00 PM – 8:40 PM
  • Thursday, October 31st, 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Part-Time Teachers and Teachers shared with other sites have reduced or custom schedules. Please check the scheduler for times.

Check your student’s grades and schedule by logging in to PowerSchool at

To sign up for your 15-minute conference with your student’s teachers, please do the following:

What if there are no more available slots?

  • In many cases, teachers will have drop in appointments available during conference times.
  • We have had a positive response to the conference scheduler and some teachers have reached conference capacity. Those teachers will not have drop in availability.
  • Counselors will be available for drop in appointments during conference times to meet with parents and to share PowerSchool grades with any parents that do not have access or were unable to get a scheduled conference slot.
  • Counselors are not able to provide missing assignments or share grading policies for specific teachers.
  • If you are not able to conference with a teacher, please contact them by email for specific information.

The scheduler is new to AHS, so if you run into any issues, please reach out to our counseling staff if you have questions: 541-482-2278

Upcoming Events

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Monster Dash & Ball - Friday, October 25th & Saturday, October 26th

There's still time to register!

Sign up online at link below (small processing fee by race registration company)
OR on paper reg at the Historic Armory on Friday (2-8pm), or at the race on Saturday morning.

Friday, October 25th


Great, family-friendly Halloween party from 5-8pm at the Historic Armory. Everything (except beer/wine) is included for admission. Pasta dinner, tons of fun activities, an awesome Costume Contest (top 3 prizes are $150, $100, $50 in Ashland Chamber gift certificates good at nearly 50 businesses in town!) and a silent auction. PRESALE Tickets are $8 for ages 3-18 (under 3 is free) and $12 for those 19 or older. TICKETS ARE $2 MORE AT THE DOOR so buy your tickets at the school office or online (no transaction fee) at:

Saturday, October 26th. 9am to 1pm in Lithia Park, Ashland

10:00 am 1-mile run/walk; 10:45 am 5K run/walk & 10K run


  • Online at, or throughout October pick up a registration form at any Ashland school, all Yogurt Huts, Rogue Valley Runners, and other sponsors.
  • Youth 18 and under cost $10 for any race.
    Adult registration fees range from $15-$30 depending on race and how early you register.
  • Race t-shirts may be ordered thru Oct 16, at event for $5 more

For more information visit:

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Band Concert - Wednesday, October 30th

AHS Band's ‘Halloween’ concert is Oct 30th @ SOU Music Recital Hall. The concert begins at 7:30pm and is free!

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AHS Theater Presents it's Fall Play: Urinetown the Musical! Beginning Friday, November 1st - Sunday, November 10th

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Homecoming Dance Photos 2019 Links & QR Codes are available in the Main Office!

Travel Opportunities

This Week's Highlights

Senior News

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Senior Assembly--November 5

Herff Jones will be in the Theater during TCB on November 5 to explain Cap & Gown orders and Graduation Announcements and to distribute Graduation Order Packets.

Graduation Order Collection--November 15

Graduation Order packets that were distributed on November 5 will be collected in the theater lobby during lunch.

Senior Portraits are Due by November 21

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.

Early Senior Project Presentations--Wednesday, January 8

Seniors who would like to present their Senior Projects early may do so on January 8 from 3:00-4:00pm. Please contact in Room 206

Senior Project Presentations-Date TBD

Seniors will present their capstone projects to a panel of community members. (Half day for 9th and 10th graders.)

Cap and Gown Delivery--May 11

Cap and Gown Orders will be distributed on May 11 during lunch in the theater lobby.

Graduation!!!!--May 29, 2020

Counseling Office

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 as follows:

Keri Phipps (All Freshmen)

Diane Berry (Last Names A-He)

Kalli Walker (Last Names Hi-Me)

Jeff Roscher (Last Names Mi-Z)

College Information Newsletter--Fall 2019


Throughout the school year, college admissions officers visit AHS to talk with students about their respective schools. If a visit is during class, students should get pre-approval from the teacher. College visits, times and locations are listed in the daily announcements and posted in the College and Career Center (CCC). Visits are held in the CCC unless otherwise announced. Currently, the following visits are scheduled, but new schools will be added their visits are scheduled. For more information contact Jen Marsden at

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Volunteer Opportunities--- Earn Community Service Hours

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Bellview Halloween Carnival - Saturday, October 26th @ 4:45pm - 8pm

Volunteer at the Bellview Carnival and earn DOUBLE community service hours!

Friday, October 25th from 3pm-5:30pm - Help set up booths and decorations!

Saturday, October 26th 4:45pm-8pm - Help run booths and carnival games!

Sign up to be a volunteer at:!/showSignUp/5080b4ca8a62da46-bellview

or contact Amy Schumacher at

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Volunteer for Friends of the Animal Shelter Holiday Fair

FOTAS is planning a new major event which presents opportunities for Ashland HS students, starting immediately and through the end of the year. Deck The Paws Holiday Fair, a community-wide event, will be held on December 7 at the Phoenix Plaza Civic Center (PPCC). The fair will be open to the public, free admission. There are three main components:

· Individuals and families can bring their pets for photo portraits with Santa Paws and Cat-Elf.

· A wide array of hand-crafted gifts and décor will be on sale.

· Attendees can enjoy a reasonably priced, nutritious hot soup lunch.

Ashland HS students can participate in many different ways:

Make handcrafted items – We are collecting wonderful creations to sell at the fair. Wooden, woven, painted, sculpted – you name it, just create it! Students can join the “FOTAS Elves” group on Facebook and review photos and how-to posts for inspiration.

Organize and run your own table – Get a class or club to work together to stock and staff an Ashland HS table at the fair. In addition to selling items for the benefit of FOTAS, you can present information and displays about school projects (especially nice if animal related).

Help with photography – We need 2-6 students skilled in photo editing and computers to prepare and print 5x7” glossy prints of family and pet portraits at the fair. We will have one training session (1-2 hours) in September, and a full rehearsal for all participants in the photo project in October. Students can also work as roaming event photographers. After the fair we will need help organizing and uploading photo files.

Help with publicity – Dozens of event posters need to be distributed to locations throughout Ashland and beyond.

Singing & entertainment – We will have caroling and performances on the plaza at PPCC. Canopies and patio heaters will be set up if the weather requires. The Ashland HS Choir is invited to perform, and other groups and even individuals (jugglers? magicians?) are encouraged to sign up.

Paint faces – Students who paint or enjoy doing makeup are needed to do face painting. They will need to develop 6-8 sample faces on poster board, to display at the fair, and take shifts 11AM-4PM. Brushes and paint can be supplied.

Work at the fair – We will start setting up the fair at 7:30AM on December 7. Students with their own vehicles can shuttle boxes of merchandise and supplies to PPCC from a nearby staging location. We will need a small army of volunteers to unpack these boxes, set up tables and displays, and decorate the venue – all by 11AM. And then at 4-6PM we need to pack it all up and leave PPCC sparkling clean! Students do not need to commit for the entire day – just join the morning or afternoon team.

For more information or to sign up for a Deck The Paws job, contact Laura at 458-226-0600 or

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School Websites

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.

Student Parking

Parking is now enforced in all lots. All vehicles parked on student lots must display a parking pass. Parking passes may be purchased in the main office for $20 per year. Parking violations of any kind will receive a warning sticker for the first offense, a tire boot for the second offense and third offenses will be towed. Please contact for parking issues.
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Bathrooms on Campus

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