AHS Daily Bulletin

January 21, 2021

Virtual Visits for Wednesday, January 27

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Cornish College of the Arts

Wednesday, Jan. 27th, 12-1:15pm

This is an online event.

This zoom meeting will be hosted by Karyn Tobin. Registration must be completed in advance. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Registration link:

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The Savannah College of Art and Design

Wednesday, Jan. 27th, 12-1:15pm

This is an online event.

This zoom meeting will be hosted by Kendal Carter.


Perry Tech Institute Virtual Open House on January 30, 2021

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Our upcoming Virtual Open House Online Event taking place Saturday, Jan. 30th, from 11 AM - Noon. This is an opportunity for students to receive program information and complete the initial step of the enrollment process. Interested students can register online at: https://www.perrytech.edu/openhouse/.

Our goal is to provide an overview of our programs and respond to students’ questions. We will have specialists from Admissions, Enrollment and Financial Aid available. Additionally, students that attend the virtual event will have their entrance exam fee waived, if they schedule a virtual exam appointment within 14 days.

Eastern Washington University News and Information

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EWU is still accepting applications as we get closer to our priority application deadline of Feb. 1. The new and improved admissions application is easy to fill out and can be completed within 20 minutes or less at ewu.edu/apply

Direct document upload is now included in the application.

Students can upload documents like unofficial transcripts or signed fee waivers directly into their EWU Admissions Application.

Transfer students still need to submit official college transcripts to make sure college credits transfer.

Transcripts are simpler to send.

You can mail transcripts to our office (304 Sutton Hall, Cheney, WA 99004) or you can send them electronically through our transcript uploader.

Test scores are optional for admissions and will not be considered for scholarships.

EWU Admissions is permanently test optional with test alternatives for our freshmen and for transfer students with fewer than 40 credits.

We are test blind for our scholarships, which means test scores will not be considered when offering automatic scholarships to students.

Feb. 1 is close for financial aid!

We’re getting closer to our priority deadline for FAFSA/WASFA and general scholarship applications (Feb. 1), and that means lots of calls and texts from students! Rest assured: we’ve already emailed them and texted them.

We always accept applications and FAFSA/WASFA submissions after Feb. 1, but federal and state funds are more limited after that date. We want students to qualify for as much aid as possible, so meeting that deadline is key.

EWU is excited to welcome our updated College Assistance Migrant Program!
CAMP at EWU is a federally funded program designed to support students from migrant and seasonal farm worker backgrounds during their first year of college. For more information, please email camp@ewu.edu or go to our site at inside.ewu.edu/camp.

Skagit Valley College Upcoming Events

Skagit Valley College’s SVC Foundation Scholarship and STEM Scholarship is open for incoming and returning students to apply for. Here is the link to apply for our SVC Foundation Scholarship: https://skagitfoundation.org/scholarships/

· Foundation Scholarship Application closes Friday, February 19, 2021

· Cardinal STEM Scholars closes Saturday, May 15, 2021

Skagit Valley College and 5 other communities will be hosting another virtual College Fair on February 11th and April 20th. This is a great opportunity for perspective students to learn about specific programs, funding options, and student support that each college offers.

Below are the links for the upcoming events:

· February 11, 2021, 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm : https://tinyurl.com/2yrFair

· April 20, 2021, 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm: https://tinyurl.com/CTCFair

Virtual Events are posted on our events calendar: www.skagit.edu/events. Recruiters are hosting College Information Sessions as well as Running Start Information Session in both English and Spanish.

If you have students who have interested in attending Skagit Valley College and want to speak to a specialist, please have them email: outreach@skagit.edu and a specialist will connect with them.

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College Board is hosting our first-ever series of virtual college fairs called BigFuture™ Days. Sophomores and Juniors are encouraged to sign up for a chance to connect directly with college admissions representatives and current college students. You will have a chance to explore colleges in a way that's not overwhelming, ask questions about topics you want to learn about, and take action on key college planning steps.

Students can register at cb.org/bigfuturedays.

You can attend any event and more than one.

BigFuture Day West + Southwest
Saturday, February 6

BigFuture Day Southeast
Tuesday, February 23

BigFuture Day Northeast
Sunday, March 7

BigFuture Day Midwest
Thursday, March 11

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AHS is Hosting a Minecraft Tournament on January 22, 2021

We are hosting our first Bed Wars Tournament on January 22nd. This tournament is open to all schools and allows you to play solo or with up to 3 friends. Teachers can play too!

The tournament will be streamed live January 22nd at 3:30 on https://www.twitch.tv/ahsesports2020

Singup form for Minecraft Tournament:


Military Child Education Coalition’s FREE Webinar

The webinar will offer parents of middle and high school students tips and techniques to help their students become good time managers. Parents will learn ways to help their student with studying and managing projects. MCEC will also address techniques to stop procrastinations and ways increase focus.

Register here for Time Management for MS HS Students


This opportunity is open to ALL families.

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Our next couple weeks of meetings are Monday/Wednesday/Friday 4-6pm. We hope to see you there!
Click here to access the Zoom meeting for Robotics!

Meeting ID: 896 2657 6646 Passcode: FTC7198

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ATTENTION SENIORS AND PARENTS: Jostens is Your Official Graduation Supplier

It is time to place your order for your required cap/gown unit, and all the graduation items you will need to be prepared for the Ceremony and Celebrate this wonderful accomplishment. Jostens is our High School’s official graduation supplier.

Click here to register with Jostens.

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Students! Please remember...

Working Students: Remember, while having a job is a great way to earn money and build skills, students are not allowed to work during school hours.

AHS Virtual Classroom Norms

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Attendance Matters

Attendance is absolutely critical to success in school. Let's work toward a goal of 100% attendance.

Reminder About the Pre-Arranged Absence Form

Going on vacation? On a hunting trip? A college visit? If you are aware that you will be absent in the future for whatever reason, please fill out a Pre-Arranged Absence Form. Click here to access the form. Please contact Mrs. Dickison at 360-503-1331 in the Attendance Office for support.

Please Allow 48 Hours for Transcript Requests

The Counseling Department would like to remind you that if you request an official transcript, please allow 48 hours for completion. Click on the AHS Counseling Center link for more support.


AHS Athletics and Activities

Please click HERE for athletic/activity updates.

We are working behind the scene with club advisors and coaches to offer either virtual and potentially face to face opportunities in the near future.

More information to follow.