Aloha High School

2/18/22

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Students Get to Class on Time - Stay in Class

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AHS Theater need you on the Zombie Crew - Lights, Make-up, Sets, Costumes go to J3

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Inscripción de Deportes de Primavera: Golf, Atletismo, Tenis, Béisbol, Softbol.

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LIVE STREAM THE GAMES FROM HOME!

Erin’s Law

In July of 2015, the Oregon Legislature passed SB 856, also known as Erin’s Law, which requires schools to provide child sexual abuse prevention instruction kindergarten through grade 12. Schools will be responsible for developing an instructional plan to implement a minimum of four sexual abuse prevention lessons each year that meets the needs of all students in their building addressing the following topics and skills:


Topics Addressed: Skills Addressed:

Healthy/Unhealthy Relationships Techniques to Recognize Sexual Abuse

Teen Dating Violence Effective Communication Skills to Establish Boundaries

Sexual Assault/Abuse Skills to Tell a Trusted Adult


The grade level learning targets and materials have been thoughtfully reviewed by district teachers, administrators, parents, community representatives and health professionals to ensure that the content is medically accurate, developmentally appropriate, and acceptable to the community. Teachers have been trained in best practices for teaching abuse prevention skills through the new curricula.


Erin’s Law also requires a professional training component for administrators and other school personnel regarding communicating these topics to students. A parental involvement component is also in place to inform parents about the characteristics of sexual predators and to provide information on how to discuss these topics with their children.


In all areas, parents and guardians are a child’s first and most influential teachers. Parents, guardians and schools share a common goal: we want students of all ages to be valued, respected, and safe in all aspects of their lives. Additional information on Erin’s Law can be found on the district website listed below:

https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/departments/curriculum-instruction-assessment/erins-law


If you have further questions regarding all or part of the Erin’s Law lessons, please inquire with your school administration. If you so choose, after you have reviewed the materials, your administrator can refer you to the curriculum opt-out documentation.

Sincerely,


Matt Casteel

Principal

Salva una vida, da tu sangre. 25 de febrero 8:80-1:30

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COVID-19 Student Testing at BSD Central Administration Office

COVID Vaccine Clinic


Monday - Friday 12:00 (noon) - 7:00 pm

Free COVID Testing

Dental Vans and Mammograms

1st & 2nd Friday's of the Month

  • Medical Teams International Dental Van - first Friday of the month from 9 am-1 pm. Appointment recommended, but drop-ins accepted if space.
  • OHSU/Tuality Healthcare Mammography Van - second Friday of the month from 9 am-12 pm. Appointment required, Must be 35 years of age or older, have a primary care physician, health insurance, and not had a mammogram within the past year.
  • To schedule, call BRC through Care to Share at 503-591-9025.
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Graduation 2022 - 6:30 pm June 10th at Aloha Stadium

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This is all you need $48

Cap, Gown, Tassel & Class Medallion

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Cap, Gown, Tassel & Class Medallion - Order HERE $48

Cap, Gown, Tassel and Class Medallion is all you need. This basic package is $48.00

Career Center

2022 Proposed Bond Overview
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Apply Here for Meal Benefits

Remember to check "Permission to Share". This will allow us to waive class, sport and tech fees.

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Aloha High School Calendar

This will link you to the AHS Calendar on the AHS webpage. It is updated weekly. aloha.beaverton.k12.or.us

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Teen Support Resources

Mental Health America has compiled an abundance of resources for teens and parents of teens who are experiencing depression.

HelpGuide, a nonprofit organization, put together tips for parents to help them identify depression in their teens and help them treat it.

According to Mental Health America, anxiety disorders are among the most common mental illnesses in the U.S. This page has resources for dealing with anxiety and in depth information about the causes, symptoms, treatments and more.

The CDC conducts a National Youth Risk Behavior Survey to spotlight the causes and effects of high risk behaviors in youth.

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention said that educating yourself on what put kids at the greatest risk for suicide is one thing that protects them the most. They have given information on the facts and some of the risk factors and warning signs for teen suicide.

Solara Mental Health has created a mental health guide to help college students stay on track with maintaining their mental health and a healthy life balance in college.

The National Helpline is available in English and Spanish for individuals and family members facing mental health or substance abuse disorders.

Truth Initiative has a free text message program to help youth, young adults or anyone who is looking to quit e-cigarette use.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) put together page of resources of support for teens and young adults facing challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry listed some sources of teen stress and ways that parents can help their them to decrease stress.