Arapahoe High School
Thursday, September 24, 2015
Please stand and join us in the pledge of allegiance…
School Picture Packets have arrived! If you ordered pictures, please pick them up from the attendance office as soon as possible. Picture Re-take day will be next Tuesday from 10 until noon in the main entrance hallway. You will need to turn in your packet to the photographer in order to get re-takes.
Juniors, the PSAT test is coming. When? . . . October 14! Registration has started and goes through October 7. So, remember to bring $15 and your photo ID to the Guidance Office to sign up for this important test!
Homecoming Guest Pass Approval Forms will be available in the Activities Office beginning Monday, Sept. 28. Only one guest per student will be allowed, and due to the large number of attendees, only students grades 10-12 may bring a guest from another school. Fully completed and signed forms MUST BE returned to the Activities office no later than 3 pm on Oct. 6. For more information, please see Mrs. Railey in the Activities Office.
Hey Warriors! Representatives from Herff/Jones will be here today and tomorrow in the cafeteria during lunches to take your class ring orders. Please stop by the Main Office or Guidance Office to pick up an information packet!
Hey Key Clubbers! Thanks again for a great turn out at Monday's meeting! Next week we will be back at our regular meeting spot in N2/N3, Monday right after school. If you were not able to make Monday's meeting it is still not too late to join. All students interested in joining must submit their registration forms no later than Monday, October 5th! You may bring your form to next week's meeting, or drop it off with Ms. McVey in the social studies office sometime this week. Don't forget our next major event, the Mineral Clean up, this Saturday. Meet in the Powell parking lot at 10:30am, bring gloves and a trash bag.
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: The election of 2016 is just around the corner and New Era Colorado wants to help you register and preregister to vote! Today is the last day they will be visiting Arapahoe. If you are 16, 17, or 18 years old and are a US citizen please bring a state issued ID to school so you can perform your civic responsibility of registering to vote! Registration will take place in all Government and Economics classes and they will have registration tables in the bubble hallway for those that are interested!
In a classic case of never give up, your varsity tennis warriors fought hard yesterday for a 4-3 victory over Cherokee Trail. The JV team defeated Cherokee Trail 18-0 to continue their season undefeated. Only 2 more matches to go! It’s shaping up to be an exciting second half of the season. Let’s keep the rally going!
Hey Warriors - the football game next Friday, October 2nd will be a fight to bring the Brookridge Trophy back home to AHS! We need everyone there to cheer our team to victory! Arapahoe will be the "away" team for this cross-town rivalry game against Heritage so everyone (students and parents) will need to purchase a ticket for the game. Tickets will be available for purchase starting Wednesday, September 30th during lunches and will continue to be sold during lunches on Thursday and Friday. Admission is $3 for students and $5 for adults. Go Warriors!!!
Your Varsity Boys’ soccer team travels this evening to play a 7:00 match against Grandview High School at The Stutler Bowl, located at Cherry Creek High School. Go Warriors!
Attention all Winter Athletes. Registration is open on the website at ahswarriors.org. Please register ASAP so you don't miss any important information.
Are you a Junior or Senior student athlete interested in college athletics? If so, please sign up for the NCAA/NAIA Orientation and Recruiting Seminar to be held on Tuesday, September 29th in the forum. Sign Up sheets are in the Guidance Center and Athletic Office. Sessions will be offered first or second lunch. Go Warriors!
For further details on any announcements see the Arapahoe web site.
Warriors always take care of one another.
Warriors always take care of one another.