Monday, April 18, 2016

April 18, 2016

Arapahoe High School
Daily Bulletin

Monday, April 18, 2016

Please stand and join us in the pledge of allegiance…

General Announcements

Juniors, remember that the ACT is tomorrow!  Please arrive by 7 AM and bring your photo ID, a calculator, and #2 pencils.  Do not bring your cell phone or any other electronic device.  You can find your room assignments posted in the cafeteria.  Good luck tomorrow!

Attention freshmen: your CMAS room assignments are posted in the cafeteria next to the door for the main office. Be sure to check your room so that you can arrive promptly for testing tomorrow, which begins at 7:20.

The 2016 Prom Guest forms are available in the Attendance Office. Forms must be completed and returned to the Attendance Office by next Tuesday, April 26, 2016.  Complete information and instructions are included on the form.  

Leave your lunch at home next Tuesday, April 26th, and join us for a free lunch on the south patio! The Arapahoe section at Cherry Hills Community Church will provide free hot dogs, chips, and drinks for all students and staff. Save your money, grab your friends, and enjoy a fun lunch right here on campus!

Congratulations to all students that competed at the FBLA State Conference in Vail last week!  At the conference, 17 students placed in the top 5 in their events.  

Hey Warriors-If you would like to work in the DECA Store next year, please stop by the Business Office for an application.

Attention Seniors!  The Herald magazine prints a list and a map showing where this year's seniors will be next year.  In order to "make the map," please log-in to Naviance THIS WEEK to complete the Senior Exit Survey.  Please come to the Post Grad Center if you need assistance.

Speech and debate team members -- your lettering applications are due this Thursday. Please stop by practice to fill them out!


Please visit the athletics page on the Arapahoe website for information on upcoming games and events.

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