Thank you so much for your help and support with this drive. Stay tuned to see how much money these tabs generate for the Ronald McDonald house. Below are the results in pounds of Soda Tabs! Elementary- 151.2 pounds 1st place - Mr. Lamb's Class with 29.1 pounds Middle- 57.7 pounds 1st place - Mrs. Yates' Class with 14 pounds High- 87.1 1st place - Sophomore class with 51.6 pounds CTC- 3.5 1st- Mr. Layton's Class with 3.3 pounds District Total - 318.9 pounds
These girls right here... This is what it looks like to be an AV TIGER. This is what CHARACTER looks like. You can read the article about our team, who competes way harder than what their record might show, and miss the real story if you don't read the last paragraph. This is AV. These are AV students. Tradition. Pride. Character.
It's October...which means the FAFSA is open for the 2022-2023 academic year! The high school counseling center will be hosting a financial aid meeting during parent teacher conferences next week. Any student who plans to attend a college or trade school that accepts federal financial aid should fill out the FAFSA each year for an opportunity to receive loans or grants (free money) to attend school. Stop by the MS/HS library next Thursday evening, to learn more!
Last Friday Night the Elementary had a Mother/Son Hayride. Thanks to everyone who came out! We had a blast!
One of our 4th graders recently earned a free book coin by completing an Accelerated Reading goal in her class. Way to go! The Tiger Book Vending Machine offers free books to students who complete a variety of Reading Goals in their classes at Arcadia Valley Elementary School.
We are THRILLED to see Arcadia Valley High School at the TOP Tier of the Jostens Renaissance Program list for 2021! Our administrators, staff, and students have worked extremely hard over the last couple years to achieve this award. The Jostens Renaissance School of Distinction designation was created to celebrate those schools that, in collaboration with the Renaissance community, are making a positive impact on school climate and culture through executing the Renaissance formula: RESPECT + RECOGNIZE + REWARD + REINFORCE + RELATIONSHIPS = RESULTS. More info to come!
This week is School Picture Week 2021. We had to switch the MS and HS days due to a spirit day in the HS on Friday.
TONIGHT! 5-8:00 PM MS/HS CAFETERIA
Our School District, in partnership with Opaa! Food Management, is committed to serving quality nutritious meals to students and staff. Currently, the food industry is experiencing supply chain issues due to a labor shortage. Distributors are having difficulty finding enough drivers to deliver food to the schools while food manufacturing plants are having difficulty in making and packaging food due to the labor shortage. Opaa! Food Management has ensured us that a free breakfast and lunch will continue to be available to all students. However, there may be a reduction in the number of entrée choices available until the supply chain issues are improved. Due to these issues, menus may have to be adjusted frequently. We encourage you to visit Nutrislice on a daily basis to see if a menu has been changed. Download the Nutrislice app or visit lookup.nutrislice.com to view daily menus. Opaa! has Registered Dieticians and a Culinary Team available to develop menu substitutions as needed. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this difficult time. Our Food Service Staff is working incredibly hard during this time under both time and supply restraints. Not only that, but while doing this, they are managing to offer a welcomed smile to each kid they serve. Hopefully the supply chain gets back on track soon and we can get back to our normal, variety of selections. Please contact our Director of Nutrition Services if you have any questions.
Here are some pictures from our National Honor Society 1st Semester Induction Ceremony last week. Great honor for the hard work these students are doing! NHS exemplifies academic achievement, however it goes far beyond a report card. All student members must also reflect the program’s respective pillars to be inducted—ideals such as scholarship, service, leadership, and character—and they must continue demonstrating these pillars within their community throughout their membership.
AWESOME JOB to our Students of the Month who are displaying KINDNESS here at school! and A BIG THANK YOU to Fisher Furniture for sponsoring our student of the month ice cream celebration at AVES.
Students start popping those tabs!
Come put a smile on students' faces first thing in the morning and at the end of the day as a Substitute Route Driver on our School Buses! We also are needing individuals to drive extra trips to ballgames, music performances, field trips, etc. We will help get you trained!
We are postponing the Block Party. We plan to have do it in conjunction with the new playground opening... coming soon. Thank you.
1st Day - Tuesday, August 24th
Our MAP/EOC Assessment Reports will be made available to all students on Wednesday, September 8, 2021
It's one week until LAUNCH! AVHS is excited to introduce our new student led freshmen orientation program, LAUNCH, this year! All new high school students in the class of 2025 are encouraged to attend this inaugural event, Thursday, August 19! Bus transportation and lunch will be provided for any freshman who attends. Find out more information by attending our freshmen registration day happening today, August 12, from 10:00AM-6:00PM in the high school office.
We have some incredible community members who have volunteered their service to give kids a free back to school haircut. Come on out! Tuesday, August 17, 5-7 PM.