Congratulations Boettcher Scholarship winners, Maria Brock and Joe Redmond! If you see Maria or Joe, please congratulate them.
Auditions were held for students who will be reading the announcements next school year. It was a very tough decision, because there were so many qualified candidates. Congratulations to the students who were chosen to read next year: Andrew Brooks, Taylor Brotherton, Catherine Holmes, Skyler Kopit, Josie Lee, Jordon Milhollin, Davis Misloski, Scott Powell, Elli Streifer, and Rick Zieser. Please come to the Attendance Office and confirm a day with Mrs. Ayres.
Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, come by the cafeteria before 2:30 today to vote for next year's student council officers. Be sure to bring your student ID.
Hey Warriors - remember that quiet study rooms are available today, periods 3 through 6.
FBLA members your lettering sheets are due! Please come to the business office and drop them off.
Want to work in the DECA Store next year?! Stop by the Business Office TODAY to get an application before all the hours are full!
Get excited for the prom talent show. There will be dancing, singing, and instrumental music you can't miss. The show is tonight with performances at 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. Tickets will be on sale during lunch or you can buy them at the door.
The Pottery Fundraiser is here! Please join the Art Club this Saturday, April 26th in the AHS cafeteria for our Handmade and Homemade Soup Cook Off. Stop by for a homemade soup lunch between 11 and 2 and eat it out of a handmade bowl. We will be collecting donations for the bowls, but the soup and the good times are free. All of the money raised during this event will go to support the Arapahoe High School Community Fund Honoring Claire Davis. We have made over 200 bowls and will be serving a variety of soups made by parents, teachers, and community members. Please help us make this event a success and show your support for the community.
Attention Freshman! Hearing and Vision testing is taking place next week from Monday, April 28th to Thursday, May 1st. You will be testing during your U.S. History class. Please be sure to wear and/or bring your glasses or contacts to school next week. Thank you!
How about a few rounds of putt putt? How about some human foos ball? Want great seats to a Rockies game? Want to win some cash? It is all yours for the taking!!!! Come to Arapahoe’s amazing after prom!!! Tickets go on sale soon.
Prom dance guest forms are available in the Attendance Office. All forms are due by 3:00 pm on Tuesday, April 29th.
Attention seniors. A $1,000 scholarship will be offered to one student looking to attend college next year. In order to apply, you must have taken a Personal Finance class. Please stop by the Business Department or the Post Grad Center to pick up an application. All applications are due May 1st.
Are you struggling with stress? Do you find life overwhelming? Then SOS group is for you! SOS, or Strategies for Overcoming Stress, is an open group where all Arapahoe students are welcome to come and learn about strategies to help with stress, difficult-to-deal-with situations, and trauma symptoms. We meet Mondays during 2nd lunch and Thursdays at 1st lunch in Room C24. The group is co-lead by Jaime Webster, a therapist from Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network, Dr. Song, AHS school psychologist, and Mr. Bast, AHS school counselor. All are welcome!
Hey Senior Boys! Did you know it is required that you register with Selective Service within 30 days of your 18th birthday? Once you register, you will be eligible for programs and benefits connected to registration, such as college loans and grants, government jobs, and job training. For more information, and to register, go to www.sss.gov.
Attention Warrior girls’ lacrosse fans. Come cheer on our Junior Varsity lacrosse team in today’s game at 4:15 at Air Academy in the K-Dome. We remind all fans to bring their drivers license for check-in at the gate. Good luck ladies! Beat Air Academy!
By this time tomorrow, we’ll know who the best JV track and field athletes are in the Centennial league. Here’s hoping that list is filled with Warriors. Girls are vying for top honors at the Stutler Bowl while boys go for gold on our own home track. The action starts at 3:30 this afternoon. Good luck, team!
Congratulations to the girls' fresh/soph soccer team for their 3-1 win over Cherokee Trail yesterday. They have won four straight to end the regular season. Come out and support them next Wednesday as they take on the Colorado Academy JV team.
OK, AHS Girls’ Lacrosse fans, is everyone listening? Last night, in a driving rainstorm, punctuated by occasional thunder and lighting, your Varsity girls’ lacrosse team beat the Cherry Creek Bruins for the first time in the history of Warriors Varsity girls’ lacrosse! After a slow start with a score of Creek 5 - Arapahoe 1, the game was delayed for an hour due to lightning strikes. Once the game resumed, the Bruins continued their lead, taking a score of 8 - 4 into the locker room at halftime. However, the Warriors did not give up, and came back out in the second half with a renewed resolve, seizing control of the game by scoring four unanswered points to tie the game 8 - 8. Soaked to the bone, and with the rain continuing its onslaught, the girls continued to battle the Bruins with scoring going back and forth. Then, with only seven seconds left in the game, and a tied score of 11 -11, Kienan Linhardt, scored a beautiful goal to win the game. Final score? 12 - 11. This was truly a team effort, with both offensive and defensive players giving it their all. It should be noted that Cherry Creek has dominated the Centennial League for years, as well as having won numerous State Championships. Now, with a victory against Smoky Hill on Friday, your Warriors can clinch the title of Centennial League Champions! Exceptionally played, Warriors! You all are the best!
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Warriors always take care of one another.
Warriors always take care of one another.