Tuesday, March 17, 2015

March 17, 2015

General Announcements
Happy St. Patty’s day Warriors! Yesterday was a great start to Warrior Week. Let’s continue our great spirit, and continue raising money for the Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association! Wednesday is Decades Day so dress as a flapper, hippie or in your best 80’s apparel. Also, come out to watch your seniors take on the staff in our yearly basketball game in the gym. This game will also feature stupid human tricks where students will perform their secret talents. This is an event you don’t want to miss! Tickets will be $5 dollars and will be on sale in the cafeteria along with t-shirts during both lunches!

Come out to Wednesday's seniors vs. staff basketball game at 7:00 p.m. and watch students get a chance to pie teachers.  You can pie Mrs. Pramenko, Mr. Wallace, Mrs. Syers, Mr. Morahan, or Mr. Cross.  Additionally, there will be a dunk contest as well as other entertaining stupid human tricks.  And let's not forget, we'll be raising money for kids with Down Syndrome, who will also be in attendance.  It will be a fantastic evening full of memorable events supporting a great cause.  You don't want to miss out!  We hope to see you tomorrow night.

A huge congratulations to junior Jack Hansen for winning 1st place in the state wide Denver Center Theatre Company Playwriting competition! Jack's show was selected from over 100 submissions and now will be performed by professional actors at the Denver Center this summer!

There is an important FBLA meeting tomorrow after school in Room E9.  All FBLA members are strongly encouraged to attend.  

Attention Senior Boys!  This is the last week to apply for the Mr. Arapahoe Competition, which is sure to be one of the funniest and most exciting events of the year. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity. Applications can be picked up in the Activities Office and must be turned in by 2:30 pm Friday, March. 20th.

ATTENTION ALL ARAPAHOE ARTISTS!  Art Attack is Back!  The 11th Annual Art Attack is underway and the Art Department is now collecting pieces for the show.  If you are interested in entering please swing by the art office and pick up your entry forms.  We will be collecting art work now through Friday, April 3rd so don’t wait.  For more information or answers to any questions please see Mrs. Hawthorne, Mrs. Svigel, Ms. Davidson, or Ms. King.

Calling all Warriors! The Senior Class needs your help bringing in winter coats and children's books to take with us to the Wind River Reservation when we visit in early April.   We will be collecting the books and coats until April 5th.  Collection boxes are located in the Trophy hallway, Library, and East Entrance. Thanks for your help!

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


Congratulations to Chloe Graham who had a hole-in-one in her first high school golf match.  It was on a Par 3 146 yard hole at Kennedy.  

What a fantastic end to the ABK Girls Soccer Warrior Tournament on Saturday night with a goal by Sydney Maxson in the final minute of overtime to crown the ABK Varsity Champions of the Warrior Tournament. Thanks to all the fans who can out to support the team!  Best of luck to the girls tomorrow against Pomona!

Big SHOUT OUT to the AHS students and fans who rallied to support Varsity boys LAX Friday night!  You made a difference!  It was an outstanding victory over the Regis Raiders Friday night with a final score of 8-7 in the last minute of the game.  Bravo to our boys who came out with a winning attitude and played as a team to the bitter end.  We all felt the strength of our Warrior spirit on and off the field.   Game MVP Dylan Calkins dominated!  Dylan had 5 fourth quarter saves to help clinch the win.   Dylan and our defensemen held the Raiders to only seven goals!  Kudos to Brian Wilson for leading the attack with four goals!  It was a senior sweep with scoring... all 8 AHS goals scored by Wilson, Shindoll and Golding.  Get ready for more Varsity boys Lax action with home games both Wednesday and Friday nights this week.

Attention Warrior Girls’ lacrosse fans, congratulations to our girls Varsity team for getting a “W" over Kent Denver yesterday! The final score was 10 -7! Please come cheer the girls on today at Stutler Bowl Stadium, as they take on Grandview High School. Game time is 6:30 p.m.! Come cheer them to their third victory!

Congratulations to the JV Black girls lacrosse team on their exciting 11-9 win yesterday against Kent Denver!  Way to go!  Today, they will travel to Grandview for their game at 4:00 p.m.  Come out and show the Wolves what Warrior spirit looks like!

Come cheer on the JV Gold girls lacrosse team at STRIVE Prep: Smart Academy today at 4:30.  "Teamwork makes the dream work.

AHS girls golf took 4th place out of 25 teams at the Silver Creek Invitational on Monday.  The Warriors were led by Nikki Backman, 89 and Gabby Membel with a 93.

Congratulations to the JV baseball team in their win 13-3 over Highlands Ranch!  Come join us today at 4:00 p.m. here at AHS and cheer them on as they play Chatfield.

Congratulations to the freshman baseball team.  They won their season opener yesterday against Highlands Ranch High School 15-11.  Great start to the season guys.

You have two chances to see your Warrior Swim and Dive team in action this week, both events here at home.  Today, take time from celebrating St. Pat's day to be at the pool at 4:30 to see the team take on Lewis Palmer.    On Thursday, March 19, the meet against Overland High begins at 5:30 p.m. at AHS.   Swimmers believe oxygen is overrated.  Go Warriors!

All boys interested in playing basketball for Arapahoe. We will start open gyms the Monday after we get back from spring break. We will have workouts Monday  Thursday from 2:30-4:30. It's a great way to get in asketball shape and ready for the 2015-2016 season. See you Monday!

The 2015-16 Toms auditions have been postponed until further notice.  Please check the team's website for more information.

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