Thursday, December 01, 2016

Thursday December 01 2016

Arapahoe High School Daily Bulletin
Thursday December 30, 2016

                             Please stand and join us in the Pledge of Allegiance

General Announcements

Permission slips for the bus for this year's Toys for Tots delivery day are now available in the attendance office. We will leave at 12:15 pm on Wednesday, December 21st  for Garden Place Academy to deliver toys and joy to over 420 students.  Seating is limited on a first-come basis, so don't hesitate to be a part of this awesome holiday experience!  
 Students needing to take finals early can pick up a form in the attendance office.  Complete information is included on the form.  

Free !  Alive @ 25 class Wednesday December 7th at 2:30pm in room W1874 . If you are voluntarily taking the class, the Sheriff's Office pays for your $79 fee.  If you are 15 1/2 you can get your drivers permit after taking the class and a lot of insurance companies give you a discount. This is a 4 1/2 hour class. Sign up on-line. Any questions ask Deputy Englert.
Herff Jones is here today!, December 1 from 10:00 am until 1:30 pm in the main lobby for those seniors that haven't ordered their caps and gowns yet. This will be your last in-school order opportunity during the group discount period. Herff Jones will accept your orders for the class announcements, accessories, class rings and cap & gowns. 

Attention all boys interested in playing spring baseball - Coach Dollaghan is having a meeting today at 3PM in room E1287.  If you play a winter sport you do not need to be at this meeting.

Special Toys for Tots Announcement From Student Body President 

Toys for Tots: Good morning, Warriors! I’m here to announce the results of the Avalanche of Toys and Miracle Minute competitions! The generous spirit of Arapahoe was truly on display yesterday as a total of 508 toys and over $2650 was donated! All in one day, one class period and one minute! Way to go Warriors! Remember, all toys and money donated go directly to benefit our Toys for Tots program, Garden Place Academy, and the Denver Indian Center. 
And now, for the winners of the two class contests! First, the class that brought in the most toys as a percentage of students in the class (and, actually, the most total toys, too), and winners of the $5 Chipotle gift cards, was Ms. Smith’s class at 532% (and 149 toys). Congrats to Ms. Smith’s class! Your gift cards will be delivered soon!

Next, the class that brought in the most money (and, actually, the highest percentage per student, too), and winners of a class doughnut party, was Mr. Sisler’s class with $147.26 (and 526%)! Congratulations to Mr. Sisler’s class! 

Remember, the real winners during our Toys for Tots campaign are the kids at Garden Place Elementary and the Denver Indian Center. Thank you, Warriors, for your amazing generosity and support! 

Be sure to check the Arapahoe website for further details.