Friday, December 12, 2014

December 12, 2014

General Announcements

Attention students! There has been an important change of dates.  The Toy Delivery to Eagleton Elementary, which was scheduled for Wednesday December 17, must be changed to Friday, December 19 due to a scheduling conflict at Eagleton.  If you have completed a permission form, you will need to complete a new form, which can be picked up from the Attendance office.  We will save your place in line.  We also still have a few spots remaining on the bus if you haven't signed up yet.  If you are unable to attend, please let us know so we can offer that spot to someone else.  Please check in the Attendance Office if you have any questions.

Hey Warriors!  Help support speech and debate by buying a candy cane during 1st or 2nd lunch in the cafeteria this week​. You can either keep it for yourself or give it to a friend. For every candy cane purchased, you can leave a message to a friend, teacher, or the school in general. Only one dollar for a candy cane and a message!  Happy Holidays!

The December issue of the Arapahoe Herald student newspaper comes out today. Get your copy in the library or from the news-stands in the cafeteria.

The PSAT results are back. Please come to the Guidance Office to pick up your results.

During finals week, all areas of the library, with the exception of the study rooms, are SILENT study only.  Please plan ahead should you need to complete group work. Study rooms are available for this purpose on a first come, first served basis.  A study room may be reserved ahead of time by using the link on the AHS Library web page.

Lost and Found:  Please check the table in the cafeteria for clothing items and the Attendance Office for smaller items.  After Friday, December 19, all items will be donated.​


Please come out & support your Arapahoe Lady Hoops Basketball Team as they take on Heritage tonight @ Heritage High School!  Varsity plays @ 7pm & JV plays @ 5:30 pm. Stay Warrior Strong!

For further details on any announcements see the Arapahoe web site. 
Warriors always take care of one another.