Aloha High School

Friday Update 1/15/2021

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Buy your yearbook today. Click Here.

Buy online through the Aloha website. Cost is $40

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Placing a Hold on a Book from Your School Library

The video below shows you how to request a book from the AHS library using Destiny. . Your library staff will notify you when your book is ready to be picked up from your school! Items can be picked up in A4 between 8:00-2:00 Monday-Friday.

Placing a Hold on a Book from Your Library

More Library Opportunities

Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS) and the Beaverton School District are providing public library cards to BSD students this year! All Aloha students who received a card last year will be eligible for an automatic renewal of their card, and students new to the district will receive cards in the mail.

Students will be able to use their new library cards to access online resources, check-out of up to five books or audiobooks from the library.

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CTE programs engage high school students in high-quality, rigorous and relevant classes, designed to help them turn their passions into paychecks and their dreams into careers. CTE programs partner with local businesses and industry to create opportunities that promote creativity, innovation and leadership, which are relevant to the job market of today.

We have created a series of videos, titled “Grads Talking Shop” to highlight some of the 32 CTE programs across our six comprehensive high schools and one option high school. In this episode of "Grads Talking Shop," we explore the world of Automotive Technology through the eyes of Kristin Keppner, an alumnus of BHS and Auto Tech program. While housed at Aloha High School, the CTE Auto Tech program is available to students from any of our comprehensive high schools. (Transportation is provided.) Take a look! For more information about CTE programs, please visit the updated website:

Grads Talking Shop: Kristin Keppner

Call for Beaverton School Board Candidates

On May 18, 2021, voters will elect four Beaverton School Board members to 4-year terms. Candidates must complete an application and file with the Washington County Elections Office between February 6 and March 18 at 5:00 p.m. The deadline to file a candidate statement for the Voters Pamphlet is March 22 at 5:00 p.m. (Postmarks are not accepted.)

Open positions:

  • Zone 1 - Currently held by Susan Greenberg

  • Zone 2 - Currently held by Anne Bryan

  • Zone 4 - Currently held by Donna Tyner
    Zone 5 - Currently held by LeeAnn Larsen

Candidate qualifications:

  • Must be a registered voter

  • Live within the School Board Zone that they wish to represent

  • Live in the District for one year immediately preceding the election

  • Cannot be an employee of the District

Though candidates are nominated from the Board Zone in which they live, all voters in the District vote on the positions. Please visit the School Board webpage for more information and to view zone maps. Also, please verify the zone that you reside in by visiting the zone map.

Special District Election filing forms and instructions can be found on the Washington County website. Candidates also may pick up the forms at the Washington County Elections Office, Suite 170, 2925 NE Aloclek Drive in Hillsboro. For election-related questions, please call 503-846-5800.

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Email the CCC for post high school planning/information

Lisa Brennan - College & Career Specialist Phone: 503-356-2796 Jennifer Winquist College & Career Readiness Counselor Winquist_Jennifer Phone: 503-356-2797

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Military Week - Check your Class Canvas Page Announcements

US Air Force - Tuesday, January 19 at 11:30am. Click on the image in Canvas page to register for the Zoom link.

US Army - Wednesday, January 20 at 11:30am. Passcode: 429679

Army National Guard - Thursday, January 21 at 11:30am. Passcode: 729825

US Navy - Friday, January 22 at 11:30am. Passcode: 333503

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Warriors Get Involved!!!

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Aloha Cross Country is having pre-season practices on Monday and Wednesday afternoons to prepare for the upcoming season. The cost for the pre-season practices is FREE. Students need to turn in a participation and physical form to the Athletic Department through the Aloha High School website. Aloha Cross Country takes pride in our outstanding students who are following the protocols to make for safe practices. We also have a lot fun too! Email Coach Martinez for more information.

Athletics are Back! Cross Country, Soccer, Football, Softball, Swimming and Basketball

Before you can participate you must complete the online registration. Look for the select language or translation button. Many languages available. There are NO FEES at this time. 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 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

Clothes for Kids

If your student needs clothing at no cost, Clothes for Kids is ready to serve you. Appointments are required. Clothes for Kids has updated winter hours: Tuesdays 9:30 a.m. - 3 p.m., Wednesdays 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Thursdays 9:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

To schedule, please complete the Clothes for Kids Appointment form or call 503-356-4322. Visits are limited to one adult with four children or two adults with 8 children. All visitors must wear masks. If you don't have your own, we'll provide one.

We’re also looking for Clothes for Kids volunteers. Please contact Johanna Shrout at

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-Grab and go breakfast/lunches will be available EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY at Aloha High School. Tuesdays lunches will include a breakfast and lunch for both Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursdays lunches will include a breakfast and lunch for Thursday, Friday, and Monday. Any person ages 1-18 can get free meals at these locations. CLICK this link to see if a bus stop drop off might be closer for your pick-up.
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211Info connects people with health & social service organizations

CALL: 2-1-1 or 1-866-698-6155 TTY: dial 711 and call 1-866-698-6155 TEXT: Send a text message with your zip code to 898211 (TXT211) EMAIL (email): send an email to HOURS: Monday-Friday 8 am-6pm

LLAMAR: 2-1-1 o 1-866-698-6155
TTY: marcar 711 and llamar 1-866-698-6155
TEXTO: enviar un mensaje de texto con su código postal a 898211 (TXT211)
EMAIL (correo electrónico): enviar un email a
HORAS: lunes-viernes 8am-6pm

211info empodera a las comunidades de Oregon y el Suroeste de Washington al ayudar a las personas a identificar, navegar, y conectarse con los recursos locales que necesitan. Intérpretes están disponibles por teléfono. Cuando marca al 2-1-1, marque 1 para inglés, 2 para español, y # para cualquier otra idioma.

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Join the Wellness Center for Lunch

Our Wellness Center is open for students every day during the lunch hour from 11:15 to 12:15, including Wednesdays. Students are welcome to just check it out, or can show up if they have concerns, worries, feel lonely, or are struggling in any way. We have a team of skilled and resourceful mental health staff.

The link to the Wellness Center is on the Canvas Homeroom page. On the homeroom page see Virtual Wellness Center with links to good and fun resources to access independently. Parents, if you would like us to check in with your student contact your student's school counselor. For questions about the Wellness Center email us at

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