Weekly Newsletter

Fall 2021, 4th edition, 9/13/21 - 9/17/21

Weekly Newsletter - Printable Version

The weekly newsletter in written format.

Patriotic Observance

On September 14, 1814, Francis Scott Key penned a poem which was later set to music and in 1931 became America’s national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Source

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New Announcements

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Kindness Week Kick Off 2021
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Permits are sold in order of seniority.

Drivers with Licenses:

Seniors - Tuesday, September 14

Juniors - Friday, September 17

Sophomores - Wednesday, September 22nd


  • Front Lot and Lower Back Lot: $20 with ASB, $25 without ASB Discount

  • Upper Back Lot Near JV Baseball Field: Free while supplies last

Items to gather (must show to pick up permit):

  1. Valid California Driver's License

  2. Proof of current insurance

  3. Proof of current DMV registration


  • All vehicles must display a valid 21-22 Parking Permit by September 27th.

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Making Memories - First Two Weeks of School 2021

Looking Back on the First 2 Weeks of School 2021.mp4
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Club Meeting Notices

  • Monday, 9/13
    • Mock Trial First Club Meeting - Interested in law and public speaking? Come join us at Mock Trial for some fun. No prior experience required. Our first meeting is Tuesday, Sept 14 in room 309.

  • Tuesday, 9/14
    • Arts Appreciation First Club Meeting - Arts Appreciation Club will meet at lunch in room 930 on Tuesday, 9/14. All forms of Art are welcome. We will be creating art and talking about how arts of all forms are connected.

  • Wednesday, 9/15
    • The One in Five Club is having its first meeting on Wednesday, September 15th at lunch and will continue to meet every Wednesday in room 406. This club is here to educate people on mental health and provide a safe, non-judgmental place to spew your heart out about what is going on in your life. High school years are usually very tough so anyone is welcome to come to vent, have a place to relax and distress, or even just give others advice if that is something you are good at! Looking forward to seeing you there!

    • Dungeons and Dragons Club is back! Interested students in playing after school on Wednesdays from 3-4 pm should inquire in room #308 with Mr. Sligh.

    • Thursday, 9/16

    • Surf Club First Meeting - Calling all surfers, Surf Club will be meeting on Thursday in room 914 at lunchtime.

    • Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Club meets at lunch on Thursdays in room 211. *room change*

    • Crochet/Knit Club - We meet every Thursday at lunch in room 708.

    • Eagle Robotics - We want you! Recruitment Night is Thursday, 9/16 at 7:00 PM at the Georgie O’Connor Board room at 602 Orchard Street. Robotics is one of the largest programs on campus and offers you the opportunity to learn about programming, welding, machining, fabrication, electrical, design/CAD, and public relations. Come join our competitive robotics team!

  • Friday, 9/17
    • Creepy Soup Club - meets at lunch on Fridays in room 509.

  • Upcoming Meetings - Mark your calendars
    • Culture Integration First Club Meeting - Want to connect with fellow AGHS students? This club connects students from all backgrounds to come together and become friends. Whether you are a foreign exchange student, new to the school, or always lived here - let’s become friends! First club meeting will be next Monday, 9/20, at lunch in room 406.

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Click HERE for the PSAT/NMSQT Fall 2021 student guide

Click HERE for Sample Questions

This test is for Juniors only. Cost is $27

Please use this FORM to get your name on the waitlist.

Jobs with LMUSD

Interested in working for LMUSD? Click here to view current openings. Create and account to apply.

Staff Reminders

Reminder that Mrs. Hurtado’s Leadership Advisory will be coming around during advisory to collect money for the Miracle Minute. Funds support the Sam Jeffers Foundation, the local non-profit started in memory of Sammy Jeffers.

Grading Window opens Tuesday, 9/14 - closes Tuesday, 9/21.

Students with grades under a C must include comment codes.