Aloha High School
Friday Update 3/12/21
Choosing Classes for Next Year in Your Homeroom Class
Forecasting Calendar - Homeroom Lessons
To choose classes for next year you will have to complete 2 tasks. 1. Complete your Formative (Online form Available Tuesday March 30th) 2. ENTER CHOICES into StudentVue (available beginning Monday April 5)
Carson- our Aloha Sunshine
Over the past 10 years our Warrior family has helped medically fragile children and their families through the Sparrow organization. This year we are helping Carson and his family in partnership with dollarfor.org. Carson was our first Aloha Warrior Sunshine last year. Because of the pandemic our efforts were cut short, so he will continue to be our Sunshine this year.
Carson is five years old and he's won the hearts of our 'Ohana. He loves singing, pandas and hanging out with our Warriors. He does not like ice-cream - only whipped cream. His mom, Megan graduated from AHS in 2006. When Carson was born, he was diagnosed with a very rare disorder called Peter's Anomaly. This is when the front part of the eyes don't form correctly causing Carson to be blind. Carson also has Pulmonary Valve Stenosis which is a hole in his heart. Through our fundraising last year we were able to get Carson a Smart Brailler and cover some medical bills. More information will be coming in student's homeroom classes.
Chipotle Fundraiser for our Sunshine - Carson
Film Entries are due Monday, March 29, 2021 Online Awards Ceremony/Festival -Thursday, May 20, 2021-
For Fred Meyer shoppers, we are now enrolled in their rewards program!
To Use the Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program:
Simply visit https://www.fredmeyer.com. Once logged into your Fred Meyer account, go to Community Rewards and search for Aloha High School Booster Club either by name or EY395 and then click enroll. New users will need to create an account which requires some basic information, a valid email address and a rewards card.
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
Questions? Contact Aloha's SBAC rep Kaelan Reagan at email@example.com
Looking for help or answers around teen suicide?
- Looking for help or answers around teen suicide? QPR - Question, Persuade, Refer - is training designed specifically for parents to help parents talk to their students about warning signs and then work to get students the help they need. QPR training is presented by licensed QPR trainers from Washington and Clackamas County Health Organizations. QPR training opportunities on April 8 and 6:00 pm with concurrent Spanish and English Zoom sessions so that families can learn in their preferred language
- April 8 Links – 6 pm start time
Looking for help or answers around Addiction and Mental Health issues?
- Looking for help or answers around Addiction and Mental Health issues? This community event is designed to help parents recognize the signs of addiction in adolescents and also the connection to mental health and how to seek help. Spanish and English sessions will happen concurrently. All sessions will be taught by mental health and addiction specialists from Washington County.
- April 1 at 10:00 am.
Spring Sports Start April 5th - Sign up NOW Golf-Tennis-Track & Field- Softball- Baseball
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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
Please submit this form to request information about the program or ask a specific question. We look forward to hearing from you! During Forecasting season, this form will be checked every weekday.
Thank you to Washington County Sheriff SROs and the National Guard for helping our Warrior staff and community.
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