Aloha High School

Friday Update 3/12/21

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Click Here to Take the In-Person Hybrid vs CDL Survey

Will your student stay in CDL or begin In-person hybrid? You must choose by March 15. If you have trouble, call AHS 503-356-2760 (For Spanish 503-356-2800) or email and we will enter your choice for you.

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Return to In-Person Information & Survey Link

If you have trouble, just call 503 356 2760 and we will enter your choice for you. Or email

What will Hybrid Look Like? Watch the Video...

Secondary Hybrid Explainer (English)

Schedule Change for LIPI

Dear LIPI Families,

We hope that students are enjoying the opportunity to work. We love seeing their faces in person!

For high school students, LIPI will continue through April 15. Timing is changing a little bit to allow for In-Person elementary transportation.

The new LIPI schedule is:

o Buses drop off students from 12:15 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.

o Students in person from 12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

o Buses depart with students at 2:37 p.m.

We appreciate your flexibility as we continue to navigate an evolving school year.


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Filmmakers Enter the Signal to Noise Film Festival

Film Entries are due Monday, March 29, 2021 Online Awards Ceremony/Festival -Thursday, May 20, 2021-

For Fred Meyer shoppers, we are now enrolled in their rewards program!

To Use the Fred Meyer Community Rewards Program:

Simply visit Once logged into your Fred Meyer account, go to Community Rewards and search for Aloha High School Booster Club either by name or EY395 and then click enroll. New users will need to create an account which requires some basic information, a valid email address and a rewards card.

Join a Club - Get Involved - Meet New People - Have Fun

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Warriors - Please fill out this Mental Health Survey

Questions? Contact Aloha's SBAC rep Kaelan Reagan at

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Looking for help or answers around teen suicide?

  • Looking for help or answers around teen suicide? QPR - Question, Persuade, Refer - is training designed specifically for parents to help parents talk to their students about warning signs and then work to get students the help they need. QPR training is presented by licensed QPR trainers from Washington and Clackamas County Health Organizations. We will have two QPR training opportunities, March 18 at 10:00 am, and April 8 and 6:00 pm. Both dates and times will have concurrent Spanish and English zoom sessions so that families can learn in their preferred language.
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Looking for help or answers around Addiction and Mental Health issues?

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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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General Athletic Rules

  • Only home team families will have access to tickets. The number that each school allocates will vary based upon team size and support needed to run the event. Families will need to follow these processes in order to gain admission.
  • Families of senior athletes will be given first priority.
  • No students from the host school will be admitted unless they’re siblings of those athletes competing.
  • Visiting spectators will not be admitted to contests.
  • Masks must be worn over the nose and mouth at all times.
  • Family groups must maintain 6 feet of distance at the venue.
  • No concessions will be sold.
  • Arrival will take place no earlier than 15 minutes prior to the contest. Immediately following each contest, all fans must leave the site promptly, preferably within 5 minutes.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. We look forward to having our student-athletes back on the field and in the gym.

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Spring Sports Start April 5th - Sign up NOW Golf-Tennis-Track & Field- Softball- Baseball

Before you can participate you must complete the online registration. Look for the select language or translation button. Many languages available. 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

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Please fill out this form. Our counseling team will connect with you about these programs. Thanks!

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. Take a look! For more information about CTE programs, please visit the BSD website:
Click HERE for Information on Aloha's Auto Tech Program

Please submit this form to request information about the program or ask a specific question. We look forward to hearing from you! During Forecasting season, this form will be checked every weekday.

We want your opinions. Where should the next bond go to?

Please take this short survey. It is available in the following Languages:










A few items to think about for Aloha High School:

An additional Gym, upgraded wrestling and weight room facilities, performing arts practice and storage space, remodel of Counseling and Main Office, replacement of folding walls in adjoining classrooms, public address system.

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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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