The Falcon's Nest

#TogetherWeFly Update for Armstrong High School 10/9

Armstrong Community,


I hope this newsletter finds you in good spirits and healthy! This newsletter is jammed packed with important information and our school community is getting very busy with school activities. We would like to congratulate our Boy’s Cross Country Team on winning the Northwest Suburban Conference title! They have had a fantastic year and illuminate FALCON PRIDE! Congratulations to all the runners and Coach Stephens and Coach Wolfe, good luck in sections! Another great example of our FALCON PRIDE are our September Students of the Month! Congratulations to you all for your hard work and commitment to Armstrong!


The Armstrong Theater Department is streaming the production, LIttle Women. See below the information on the how and when you can stream the production. It will be another excellent show from our great theatre program. We have also included excellent information on how our media services can be of help to our students and families. Please take a look at what Mark, Kristin, and Lisa can do to be of assistance to you or your student. We have also included in our new information hub which will allow you quick access to some very important links.


Stay Safe and GO FALCONS!


Mr. Norby

Armstrong Activities/ Athletics Update

Armstrong Debate Team

Congrats to the Armstrong Debate Team on a great weekend. Shane Hockett took 1st place in Varsity Congressional Debate, Michael Phillips and Cody Murphy took 1st place in Varsity Public-Forum. Their teammates Tori Thomas and Miriam Manna took 2nd place in Varsity Public-Forum. Jeanelle Nacionales finished 4th in Varsity Lincoln-Douglas. And finally Daniella Mints finished in 1st Place in JV Lincoln-Douglas.


Boys Cross Country

The boys Cross Country are the 2020 NWSC Cross Country Champions! The season record after is 21-0. The Boys JV team is currently 8-1 in the Conference.

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Stream Volleyball games/ Little Women Performance!


To view all home volleyball games:


2 Options:

Facebook: will be live stream or watch party

https://www.facebook.com/armstrong.volleyball/


YouTube: may need to subscribe (free)

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR4AMR73je_E6b_7Lcd4d3g


Armstrong Little Women Performance


Armstrong High School Presents Little Women Streaming

7:15pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday https://youtu.be/diZwl24omXQ


Support the Theater Program Go Fund Me Link

AP Exam registration deadline November 11th

This year the AP Exam registration deadline for all full year AP classes is November 11th, 2020. Yes, that is really early for AP Exams that will take place in May 2021! Students who register and pay for their AP exam fees before the November 11th deadline will pay $60 for each exam. After the November 11th deadline, all exams will cost students $90 per exam. This is due to a late registration fee, which was instituted by the College Board last year. Learn more about registration.

Visit our Virtual Media Center

Attention Juniors and Seniors!

AHS Virtual College Fair: Over 50 college reps will be available on-line during the times below.

You must register: https://mnacc.swoogo.com/MnACC

  • Tuesday, October 20, 2-6pm

  • Thursday, October 29, 2-6pm

  • Sunday, November 1, 1-4pm

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ICATT Apprenticeship Program Opportunity

The ICATT Apprenticeship Program is holding Virtual Info Sessions throughout the fall to share information about the benefits of an apprenticeship and how to apply. I wanted to let you know so that you could spread the word to any of your students or colleagues who might want to know more about this unique career pathway! The next one is this week on Wednesday, October 7th at 5pm CDT.


Register here!


If you can’t make it, look ahead to our upcoming sessions to register now for a future date that fits your schedule.

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Indigenous Peoples' Day is October 12th

Indigenous Peoples’ Day honors the past, present, and futures of Native peoples throughout the US. The holiday recognizes the legacy and impact of colonialism on Native communities, and it also celebrates the cultures, contributions, and resilience of contemporary Native peoples. It’s celebrated on the second Monday of October, and this year, that’s October 14.
What does being Indigenous mean?

AHS A/B Day Rotation

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Upcoming Events

October 15 & 16 No School MEA

October 8th, 9th & 10th Little Women Streaming @ 7pm

November 3rd No School-Staff Development-Election Day

November 6th End of Quarter 1


Conference Dates for the rest of the school year

Nov 23rd

Feb 18th

March 4th

April 22nd

Learn more about the Armstrong Parent Association!

Check out the APA Website to learn more about what events the APA has coming up and how you can help!

Armstrong High School

School Hours 7:20 a.m.-2:10 p.m.

Attendance Line 763.504.8810