APRIL 14, 2022
PROM 2022 TICKETS ON SALE NOW
Prom will be held on April 23: 7:00 - 11:00pm at:
Forest Park Golf Course - Champion Room
6141 Lagoon Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63112
Tickets are $35 each. Last day to Get your ticket is April 20!
Tickets may be purchased on-line at:
Admission is Free.
TRACK & FIELD NEWS
hard, and realizing new strength and success in the first meets of the
season. Seniors Jaelyn Mujanovic, Paul Krieser, Evelyn Berger,
Courtney Mendenhall, Madison Peroutka and Paige Stephens have already
posted personal bests. All other distance runners are all posting
great times as well!
CHEER TRYOUTS 2022-23 YEAR
You must register. Please see the link and QR code in the below flyer.
If you have any questions, please email:
Coach Berra at email@example.com or
Coach Koerber at firstname.lastname@example.org
ATHLETIC FEES FOR SPRING
All fines can be paid through the parent tyler account.
If you have any questions, please email or call Mrs. Dreon in the activities office:
FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2022
Girls Soccer @ Home vs. Hancock - 10:00am
EOC TESTING THIS WEEK:
MONDAY, APRIL 18:
Freedom Fighters - 2:25-3:25 in Mr. Jennings Classroom (room 302)
GSA Meeting - 2:30-3:30 in Mrs. Conway's Room (room 109)
FCA Meeting - 7:00-8:30pm in Mrs. Cartier's Room (room 108)
Study Hall: 2:30 in Mr. Boley's Classroom (room 139)
Cheerleading Tryouts - 4:30 in Commons
JV Soccer vs. Bayless @ home - 4:00
V Soccer vs. Parkway North @ home - 5:30
Varsity Baseball @ Oakville High School - 4:00
TUESDAY, APRIL 19:
Study Hall: 2:30 in Mr. Boley's Classroom (Room 139)
Games Club - 2:30 in the Library
International Club - 2:30 in Mr. Jennings Classroom (room 302)
Track @ Orchard Farms - 4:15
JV Baseball vs. Seckman at AAA Field #4 - 4:15pm
Boys Varsity Baseball @ Seckman - 4:15
Varsity Soccer @ Ritenour HS - 4:15
JV/V Volleyball @ Parkway North 4:15/5:30
Cheerleading Tryouts in AHS Commons - 4:30
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20:
Fresh. Volleyball vs. Lutheran St. Charles HS @ Home (Upper Gym) - 4:15
Girls JV Soccer vs. Clayton @ Home - 4:15
Cheerleading Tryouts in Commons - 4:30
THURSDAY, APRIL 21:
Study Hall - 2:30 Mr. Boley's Classroom (Room 139)
Cheerleading Tryouts in AHS Commons - 4:30
F/JV/V Volleyball vs. Pattonville High School @ Home - 4:15/4:15/5:15
Varsity Baseball vs. Northwest High School at AAA Field #4 - 4:15
JV Baseball @ Northwest High School - 4:30
FRIDAY, APRIL 22:
Day of Silence
Study Hall - 2:30 in Mr. Boley's Classroom (Room 139)
JV Baseball vs. Pattonville @ AAA #4 - 4:00
Track @ Desoto High School - 4:00
Varsity Soccer @ Mehlville High School - 4:15
SATURDAY, APRIL 23:
PROM - @ Highlands Golf Course in Forest Park - 7:00 pm
TICKETS ARE $35. PURCHASE ONLINE AT:
JV Volleyball Tournament @ Fox High School -
8:30 am. vs. Parkway South
10:00am vs. Seckman
12:15pm vs. Belleville East
All games are in the Secondary Gym
Championship Rounds: 1:00 - semi finals; 1:45 - Finals
GET LIVE UPDATED SPORT SCHEDULES
SPORT PHYSICALS: HEALTHY ROSTER FOR 2022-23
The sports physical can be uploaded into their Healthy Roster Account. This is a program that AHS uses to hold all sports paperwork.
To get started with a Healthy Roster Account, please fill out the below google form. You will receive an invite from Healthy Roster to create an account. (please note: your invite will not come until Summer for 8th. grade students)
Documents needed after creating a Healthy Roster Account is:
(1) Sports Physical dated and signed by a Physician (this can uploaded to your account)
(2) Insurance Card (this can be uploaded to your account)
(3) Signature Page: This you can sign digitally after you haver read and agree to the code of conduct and consent to treat documents.
(4) Pre-Participation Documents: To be filled out by the student.
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They are all listed below.
If your interested, please see that sponsor for more information!
All information regarding sports or clubs can be found on our website:
Mr. O’Brien: email@example.com
Work with excellent Junior and Senior mentors to conduct freshmen orientation the day before school starts. We use the LINK Crew curriculum. We also do team building exercises throughout the year that help the freshmen get acclimated and succeed in high school. Also promotes getting involved in at least one sport/club/activity while in high school.
Ms. Koblents: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Stringer: email@example.com
Prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. Must be enrolled in a business/marketing course. Competitions at Districts in February, State in March, and Internationals will be held in April.
FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America):
Mr. Henning: firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides Opportunities to develop leadership skills and increase knowledge of business. Students compete on the district level with the possibility of advancing to the state and national levels. FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes): Mr. Uthoff email@example.com Mrs. Cartier firstname.lastname@example.org The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is touching millions of lives challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high, and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering, and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.
FCCLA (Family Career, and Community Leaders of America)
Mr. Bridwell: email@example.com
Attend conferences and STAR events where students are able to compete in district, state, and possibly national competitions regarding presentations that revolve around FACS content.
Mr. Ketih: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students can come together to play games of all types: board games, card games, video games. It gives students a chance to find other students with similar interests.
Mr. Jennings email@example.com
The Affton High School Freedom Fighters is a Youth Leadership Group whose mission is to educate ourselves and others and take action to make our school and community equitable and inclusive. First Meeting is Monday, September 13, in Room 302
Mr. O’Brien firstname.lastname@example.org
Grow vegetables at the high school and eat them! Learn about the process. Go on field trips related to these topics.
Mr. Keith email@example.com
Play board games
GAY STRAIGHT ALLIANCE
Ms. Conway: firstname.lastname@example.org
Everyone Welcome to attend weekly meetings on Monday's 2:30-3:30 in Ms. Conway's Room (109)
The Gay Straight Alliance’s mission is to raise awareness and understanding of human diversity of all kinds including sexual orientation and gender identity.
HIGH SCHOOL E SPORTS
Mr. Barker: email@example.com
Electronic sports, not to be confused with video games. Esports takes video gaming to another level with organized competitive gameplay between two teams, governed by its own strict set of rules and guidelines.
HOSA (Future Health Professionals)
Mrs. Wall firstname.lastname@example.org
Health Occupations Students of America is a national professional organization for students interested in a healthcare career. The officers are elected and meet once a month to plan activities for the organization. Activities include team building activities, national fundraisers, local fundraisers, and state and national competitions.
Mr Jennings email@example.com
The international club is open to all students of Affton High School. The International Club’s goal is to raise awareness of, promote the value of, and maximize opportunities for students from a diverse variety of places of origin and cultures.
KEY CLUB (SPONSORED BY KIWANIS)
Mrs. Allen firstname.lastname@example.org
student-led organization whose goal is to encourage leadership through serving others
Mr. Polokonis email@example.com
Mathletes is a club dedicated to celebrating the beauty of mathematics. There are several contests throughout the year, in which students have a chance to compete against other schools all over Missouri.
Mentoring Matters mission is to develop friendships, promote school spirit, and foster inclusion of all. Some activities include going to some Cougar sport events and various extracurricular AHS events with a buddy. Buddy lunches and team building events are also part of the club.
Nationwide organization for high school students in the United States and outlying territories, which consists of many chapters in high schools. Selection is based on four criteria: scholarship (academic achievement), leadership, service, and character
Mrs. Koblents firstname.lastname@example.org
A robotics club is a gathering of students who are interested in learning about and working with robots
SPEECH & DEBATE
Mrs. Vaughn: email@example.com
Competitive academic activity in which students utilize both their wit and intellect to challenge peers and opponents
Ms. Nelson firstname.lastname@example.org and
Mrs. Sander email@example.com
share students' ideas, interests, and concerns with teachers and school principals. They often also help raise funds for school-wide activities, including social events, community projects, helping people in need and school reform.
Middle and High School competition helping students discover their potential for engineering. Using math, science, and 21st. Century learning skills. Students work together to problem-solve real world challenges. Throughout the competition, students work collaboratively to solve original and innovative engineering scenarios focused on an annual theme. The test consists of both a collaborative multiple-choice section and an open-ended design competition with a common engineering-based theme. We take three teams of 8-9 students to Rolla (University of Missouri Science and Technology) for the full day competition each spring.
national student organization created to develop skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) as well as business education.
Mrs. Snethen firstname.lastname@example.org
Promote Drug Free lifestyle
Becky Stigen - Athletic Trainer
Mary Dreon - Activities Secretary
314-633-5969 - Office
314-337-9804 - Cell