As promised we would like to announce the winners for both the student and staff Halloween candy jars.
The winner of the student candy jar is junior Joe Miller with a guess of 61. The actual number of candy in that jar was 61! Joe please come to the library and pickup your candy pumpkin when you have a free hour!
The winner of the staff candy jar located in Main Office is Business teacher Ms. Jeannie Krueger. Ms. Krueger guessed 56 and the correctly number was 56.
Congratulations to both winners!
Delegates attending the Cherry Creek Model United Nations Conference will be meeting after school today in the library to solidify the research in preparation for the conference. Please attend!
Attention: Drama Club people! Two important items….those attending the Colorado State Thespian Conference need to see Mr. Earley today and everyone else check callboard for audition information.
On Thursday, November 1st, the Second Annual Arapahoe Band Concerto Competition will take place in the Theater. Five outstanding musicians will perform their concertos beginning at 7pm. The finalists include: Junior Pianist, Wes Leffingwell, Senior Flute Player, Roxy Steinberg; Senior Bassoonist, Matt Cullen; Senior Flute Player, Abbe Haller; and Sophomore Horn Player, Vikky DeLaTorre. A panel of Colorado Symphony Musicians will be judging the competition. Cash Prizes and trophies will be awarded to the top 3 finishers. Tickets are just $5.00, and are available from any of the finalists, or from Dr. C. in the Band Office.
Spanish Club will be meeting today after school at 2:30 in Room C-21.
Spanish club is sponsoring a field trip after school Wednesday, November 7th to El Museo de las
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Congratulations to all the DECA students who competed at the Wolverine Invitational yesterday. Arapahoe once again brought home the Team Productivity Award – which means that we had more kids place than any other school! And a big shout out for Brian Craig, Raychel Hirsh and Ashley Stoneking who all received 1st place!
Hey, do you like yummy treats? Then come help support the Muse by buying yummy treats at our Bake Sale today during both lunches by the gym or after school in the cafeteria.
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Be sure to pick up the latest issue of the Arapahoe Herald, Arapahoe's student newspaper, in the news stands located at either end of the cafeteria, in most classrooms, the library or the main office.
The football team will play Arvada West Friday night, November 2nd at 7:30 pm in the first round of state playoffs. The game will take place in Golden at the NAAC Stadium. Ticket prices are $7 for adults and $5 for students and Senior Citizens. GO WARRIORS!
Winter Sports Registration will take place Monday thru Wednesday, November 5th - 7th in Room S3 at 2:30 pm each day. Please bring your completed registration packets (including driving forms) to one of these sessions. Wrestling will take place on Monday, Boys and Girls Basketball on Tuesday, and Girls Swimming and Diving on Wednesday. You cannot tryout for a winter sport without turning this packet in next week. Please stop by the Athletic Office if you have any questions.
For anyone interested in competing in track and field this spring there will be a meeting on Thursday November 1st in room 202 immediately after school. We will be discussing the upcoming season as well as winter workouts and indoor track meets, for those athletes that are not competing in a winter sport. If you are interested but unable to attend the meeting please see Coach Lienemann in the math office. Go Warriors.
Student Initiated Groups-
There will be a meeting of the Gay-Straight Alliance after school Thursday in room W-101. There will be snacks, a great time with friends, and a supportive, hate-free environment.
Male high school students were less likely than female students to wear seat belts; 12.5% of male students and 7.8% of females students don't wear their seat belts
The Remember Club asks you to buckle up and take care of one another.