Arapahoe High School
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Please stand and join us in the pledge of allegiance…
11/4 – Shawna Lawrence
Hello Warriors! We are extremely proud to announce the names of the Semi Finalists and Commended Scholars in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program, as well as the College Board National Hispanic Scholar. These students are honored for their outstanding performance on the 2014 PSAT, which they took last October. The Semi Finalists are: Atlee Witt, and Zach Woosley. The Commended Scholars are: Ell Eshleman, Lexie Golden, Julia Goncalves, Ethan Hoggan, Lucy Lutz, Sarah McEntire, Abigail Rictor, Hunter Sanborn, Graham Shapley, Sarah Slack, Ethan Snow, Gabrielle Stein, Emma Vahle, and Emily Webb. The College Board National Hispanic Scholar is: Lena Chavez. If you see these seniors in class or in the halls, please congratulate them. Great job Warriors!
We have three days left Warriors to collect healthy non-perishable food items for the fall food drive. Please bring in more items and drop them off in classrooms and locations throughout the school. All food is being delivered to Centennial Academy and East Elementary schools. Your help will make a big difference!
Have you checked the Library Fine list lately? Students have the opportunity to reduce their Library fine by 50₵ for every non-perishable food item brought to the library. Help yourself while helping someone else in need. Canned food trades will be accepted in the Library through November 9th.
Attention all FBLA members. There is a meeting today after school in room E9. We will review competition information, vote on t shirt designs, and discuss upcoming events.
Hey Speech and Debate Veterans, Varsity Season has officially begun! Please join us for another year Tuesdays and Thursdays after school in room C15. Are you new to Speech and Debate and missed the earlier meetings? Don't worry. We would still love to have you on the team. Please come to any practice for more information.
We will be holding the annual UNC Math Competition today from 2:30 - 4:00 in room S-9. If you would like to sign-up please see Mr. Low in the math department.
National Honor Society has a meeting today for current members. This meeting is for seniors who were inducted last year, not for new applicants who just turned in applications last week. If you are currently an NHS member and would like to hear more information about important volunteer opportunities, please come for a quick meeting after school today in the Forum.
Congratulations to Coach Campbell for being Denver Broncos high school coach of the week!
Your Varsity Boys’ Soccer team will take on Rampart this afternoon in the 2nd round of soccer playoffs. Game time is 2:30 p.m. here on the varsity soccer field. Admission will be free so come on out and cheer your Warriors on to victory on their playoff drive!
Arapahoe will host Bear Creek in the 1st Round of the football playoffs this Friday at LPS Stadium at 7:00 p.m. All Arapahoe students will need to purchase a ticket for this playoff game - no SBA passes will be accepted. We will be pre-selling tickets in the cafeteria during lunches on tomorrow and Friday. Ticket prices are $5 for students and $8 for adults. Go Warriors!
Varsity Volleyball has their Regional Tournament this Saturday at Ralston Valley High School. Student tickets are $6 and adult tickets are $8. We play Thunder Ridge at 11:30 am and Ralston Valley at 1pm. Let's cheer them onto STATE!! GO WARRIORS!!
Attention Freshman and Sophomore boys –if you are interested in playing basketball we will have pre-season camp starting today through Thursday from 5-7 in the Auxiliary gym. See you there!
Hey Warriors! Don’t forget pink cards will be distributed in the cafeteria during lunches today. Please remember that you must have a current physical on file with the athletic office and be registered online before you can receive your pink card.
Come out and support your Arapahoe Toms in their first competition this Saturday at 8:45am at Legacy High School. 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.