Aloha High School

Friday Update 3/12/21

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Choosing Classes for Next Year in Your Homeroom Class

Info in Homeroom to choose next year's classes

To choose classes for next year you will have to complete 2 tasks. 1. Complete your Formative (Online form Available Tuesday March 30th) 2. ENTER CHOICES into StudentVue (available beginning Monday April 5)

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Forecasting Calendar - Homeroom Lessons

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New Daily Schedule for In-person and CDL Students

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Big Question? What lunch do I have? More Information next week.

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Seniors -What is important to you? Fill out this survey

Seniors - Let us know what is important to you! Fill out your survey

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Oregon Public University Virtual Tour Registration

Oregon’s 8 public universities are offering virtual tours of your in-state college options. You'll have a chance to meet with admissions representatives from all eight public universities to learn more about the benefits of studying in Oregon.

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Meals for CDL Students - New Pick-up Day - Wednesday

The USDA has provided waivers that allow us to offer FREE meals to all children ages 1-18 for the rest of the 2020-21 school year. Beaverton School District is committed to making sure every child has access to healthy meals this school year. Meal bag contains: 5 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 5 supper snacks.

Meal pick up will occur each Wednesday between 11-12pm at AHS. This Wednesday pick-up is good for all students until in-person hybrid begins. After in-person hybrid starts, on-campus students will pick up their at home meals when they leave for the day.

If you have any questions, please call Nutrition Services at: (503) 356-3955.

Starting the week of April 7th

CDL students pick up a free 5-day meal bag every Wednesday.

Register HERE - one form for each child.

  • Hybrid students will access free meals at their school - NO REGISTRATION

In-Person Hybrid Student Meal Plans

  • Students will be able to eat breakfast and lunch for free at school on days they attend in-person instruction.
  • Free meal bags with breakfast, lunch, and supper snacks will be available for students to take home at the end of their in-person school day to cover days they attend school from home and/or asynchronously.
  • No registration is required.
  • You can sign up for a 5-Day Meal bag for two weeks, until Hybrid starts. Select that block on the meal registration form and you are all set! Wednesdays 11:00-12:00.

CDL Student - Meal Plans

  • All CDL students can access a free 5-Day Meal Bag every Wednesday from 11am-12pm.
  • Meal bags include 5 breakfasts, 5 lunches, and 5 supper snacks.
  • Families can select a school to pick up these meals in the Meal Bag Registration Form.
  • Registration is strongly encouraged.
  • Children do not need to be present to pick-up meal bags.
  • Anyone picking up meal bags must wear a mask.
Come see the Food Box Crew - Wednesdays 11-12:00

Thank you to Washington County Sheriff SROs and the National Guard for helping our Warrior staff and community.

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College Possible Financial Aid Night

College Possible is hosting a Financial Aid Night and you’re invited!

Join us on either Tuesday, April 6th at 7 PM or Saturday, April 10th at 11 AM

Students can get help from College Possible staff or knowledgeable school partners on:

  • FAFSA or ORSAA application
  • Verification documents that colleges/universities have requested
  • Questions you might have about the financial aid process

Please RSVP by filling out this Google Form. We will do our best to have interpreters available for folks who request them.

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College Possible Enrollment Decision Workshop

College Possible is hosting an Enrollment Decision Workshop and you’re invited!

Join us on either Tuesday, April 6th at 7 PM or Saturday, April 10th at 11 AM

You do not need to be in the College Possible program to attend.

During their senior year, each of our College Possible students participates in what we call an Enrollment Conference. At this Enrollment Conference the student meets with their College Possible Coach and at least 1 family member/member of their support network to discuss their college options, and make a decision on where they would like to enroll in college. It’s a really exciting time in a student’s life, and we want to make sure that you and your family are prepared to have this important conversation. In this workshop, we will go over the important elements that students and their families should consider before deciding where to enroll, including the academic and financial fit of a school.

Please RSVP by filling out this Google Form. We will do our best to have interpreters available for folks who request them.

Full disclosure: This particular workshop includes some College Possible-specific jargon, and references some of the work that our College Possible students have been doing throughout the year as part of our program. However, all students and families benefit from having a framework to start from when deciding where they should attend college, and participating in this workshop can help start that conversation.

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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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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. QPR training opportunities on April 8 and 6:00 pm with 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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