Weekly Eagle News

Fall 2022, 3rd edition, 9/12/2022 - 9/16/2022

Weekly Eagle News 9:12


Remembering 9/11. Twenty years ago, the United States endured one of the most unconscionable tragedies in our country’s history. The cowardly terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and onboard United Flight 93 cut short the lives of 2,977 innocent people. These attacks tore a hole in the heart of our Nation, and the pain of this tragedy still remains. Each year on this somber date, we remember the horror and bravery shown that day, just as we remember how we came together, united in grief and in purpose. Each year, we renew our solemn vow to never forget what happened on September 11, 2001, or those who lost their lives.

On Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance, we honor every life that was taken too soon. We honor the first responders — firefighters, law enforcement officers, emergency workers, and service members — who answered the call of duty, and the brave civilians who rushed into action to save lives that day. Their courage embodies the American spirit and resilience, and their heroism continues to inspire new generations of Americans.

~New Announcements~


Minimum Day Schedule

Kindness Week: Follow @aghseagles or check out the flyers posted around campus for daily lunchtime activities and special events.

Kindness Week

The Color Blast Dance is back! This event combines an after game dance with festive powdering of color upon entrance. Tickets are on sale until September 13th for $10 with ASB and $12 w/o. Prepurchasers will receive a free screened white t-shirt. Tickets at the door cost $12 with ASB, and $15 w/o.

Color Blast Dance
Chalk Talk


Parking Permit


If your student needs to leave campus for any reason, please call / email / send a note to the Attendance Office, giving as much prior notice as possible. A pass will be delivered to your student during one of their classes. This pass is shown to staff to show that the student has permission to leave campus at the time stated on the pass.

Attendance Office contact details:

Dawn Lewis (805) 474-3200 ext. 2244 Dawn.Lewis@lmusd.org

Alisha Black (805) 474-3200 ext. 2243 Alisha.Black@lmusd.org

AGHS Honorees


Counselor Corner

A Thought For The Week: “You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.” Winnie the Pooh. Remember the wonder that you are!

Schedules: Just a friendly reminder that no schedule changes will be made until the spring semester.

Calling all student tutors! If you are interested in being on our tutor list, please fill out this FORM so we can get you on our list. Remember that you can get paid to tutor or you can earn community service hours.

Seniors and Senior Parents: Senior guidance talks will be the week of September 26th. We will go over post high school plans and provide great information about college applications, community college options, trade schools and military, as well as financial aid resources, including FAFSA and scholarship opportunities.

We will also be sending out our first round of senior letters in the coming weeks. This letter will include transcripts, graduation status, and four year college eligibility information. Please watch your mailboxes for this important letter!

Senior Parents, we will host an evening informational session after we finish our talks with seniors. Please reserve the evening of Thursday, September 29th at 6:00PM for a google meet with us!

Juniors: Registration for the PSAT/NMSQT is complete. Please stay tuned to your email for more details for the October 15th test date. Details will be emailed on October 10th.

Sophomores: We will be meeting with you in October for your guidance talks. In the meantime, if you have questions or just want to meet with your counselor, please come to the counseling office and make an appointment.

Frosh and Frosh Parents: Thank you for attending our BTSN meeting and our Counselor Connection evening meeting last week! Please reach out to your counselor if you missed these events or have questions.

Mental Health Counseling: AGHS does have mental health counselors on campus. If interested, your first step is to either set up an appointment to meet with your school counselor or ask to speak with Mrs. Martinez who is located in the administration office.



Interested in Robotics? Have a passion for programming, fabrication, electrical, designing, welding or just want to learn what we are all about? Come check out FIRST Team 1388 Eagle Robotics on September 12th at 7pm in the George O'Connell Board Room on Orchard Street (next to 900 wing) as we review our program for all interested new members. This is a mandatory meeting if you are interested in joining robotics, and please bring a parent along.


Mock Trial is starting up again this year. If your interested in acting, law, public speaking, debating and want to make some new friends, stop by room 309 after school on Mondays and Wednesdays for snacks, games and more information. Email Mr. Silva for more information.
New Club


Senior Portraits

~Career Center News~

Career Center Hours:

Career Center is open all day on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Open at lunch only on Monday and Friday.

College & Career Visits:

September 16th-Willamette University during 2nd period

September 21st-Marines NROTC Program during 4th period

**Juniors & Seniors have priority and you MUST sign up beforehand.

Stop by the career center to sign up. Space is limited**



The Oceano/Five Cities Elks Lodge #2504 selects an AGHS senior male and female each month based on achievements, character, leadership, service, citizenship and scholastics. The Teenager of the Month will be recognized at an Elk’s dinner and will then be eligible for selection of "Teenager of the Year". Monthly for the 22'23 School Year - Completed application should be submitted to Brianna.boyd@lmusd.org. Students only need to apply once. If your application is not chosen in a given month, it will be considered for the following month. The sooner you turn in an application, the more opportunities you will have for selection. At the end of April, we have a panel of Elks Members judge the Student of the Month Applications. From this pool, we will select one male and one female who will each receive a college scholarship.

Go to the AGHS Website under scholarships for more information or stop by the Career Center.

Week of Sport

~AGHS Athletics Booster Update~

AGHS athletic Boosters Meeting Monday September 12 6pm in room 208. Come hear about what is happening in athletics.

Clam Fest.
Jobs with LMUSD

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United Way Youth Board
Big Brothers and Sisters
Big Brothers and Sisters Spanish
The Adolescent Brain

Staff Notices


  • Please wear your ID when on campus.
  • Grading Window Opens Tuesday, September 13th and Grades are Due by September 20th at 2pm. Remember a comment is required for all D's and F's.