Arapahoe High School Daily Bulletin
Friday December 16, 2016
Please stand and join us in the Pledge of Allegiance
Attention members of National Honor Society... Your service logs for this semester are due by the end of next week. You can print a service log from our school NHS webpage, and you can turn it in to Mr. Smith's desk in the science office, any time before the end of the semester. Please Note: Brand new members of NHS who were just inducted are not expected to turn in a service log for this fall semester.
Attention all future doctors, nurses and teachers! We have just the thing for you! The Health Sciences and Teacher Cadet programs are wonderful opportunities for high school students to learn more about the career path they are interested in, with classroom instruction and hands on experiences. High school students can even become certified nursing assistants right out of high school! Please see your counselor for more information.
PSAT results are in. Stop by the Counseling Department and pick up your hard copy.
ATTENTION SENIORS!: Monday December 19th, at 12:15, we will be participating in painting our hands onto the wall. This has been a growing tradition at Arapahoe and we would like to continue this year by leaving our mark on the school, and chowing down some breakfast burritos that will be supplied whilst waiting to paint, or waiting for your friends to paint their hand on. This will be a fun social event to talk with friends and reflect on good times at Arapahoe. Please BE THERE!
The latest edition of The Herald magazine hits the news-stands today. Get your copy from your 2nd period teacher, or look for copies in the cafeteria news-stands and in the library.
Ladies Basketball: The D Team played well last night against Overland. It was a close and exciting game with AHS D Team winning 40 to 38. Go Warriors!
In Swim/Dive News: Congratulations to Franny Cable for setting both new team and pool records at the Arapahoe Relay Meet!! Way to go!
Girls Swim and Dive news: Coaches Invite, Saturday at Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton. Meet begins at 8:30 AM, Finals at 4 PM. We are expecting some great swims and dives from our team! Come out and support the Warriors!
The Lady Warriors won a thrilling game against Chaparral last night 48-47 on a last second shot by Elle Kearby. Maddie Matthews led the Warriors with 20 points. Next up for the Warriors is Dakota Ridge this Saturday at 1 p.m. at Sitting Eagle Gymnasium.
Be sure to check the Arapahoe website for further details.