Daily Announcements 1/10/2019
Thursday, January 10, 2019
ALL STUDENTS: BEFORE 8:00 a.m. ALL STUDENTS must enter the building through Cafeteria A and report directly to their first period class. AFTER 8:00 a.m., students must enter the building via the main entrance at the flag pole, be prepared to show your student ID., and report to the Attendance Office in A115 for a late pass.
Hey ASHS! There are many volunteer opportunities and service learning resources for students in grades 9-11 posted on the Service Learning Opportunities web page: https://www.abington.k12.pa.us/resources/service-learning/service-learning-opportunities/ . We need volunteers to help with the concession stand at Basketball games. Please sign up with Ms. Paules. Abington Social Club is looking for volunteers to assist with their monthly dances for people with special needs. Overlook is having Math night and a Snowball dance at the end of January. Overlook is also seeking students to assist with their after school enrichment program. Copper Beech is looking for volunteers for their Dance on February 8th., Girls On The Run of Montgomery County is looking for Coaches and volunteers to help with Coach training. Please visit the Service Learning Opportunities Webpage for more information and to sign up.
BOYS BASKETBALL SNACK STAND: Attention AHS students! We need helpers to work the snack stand at boys basketball games. Volunteers would be needed from 530pm-8pm during home games. You will be granted free admission to the game and service hours. Please see Ms. Paules in A115 to sign up. Helpers are needed on the following dates:
Tuesday, January 15th, Thursday, January 17th, Friday,
January 25th, Tuesday, February 5th
FAAD: Any students in FAAD who did not receive their permission slips, please see Mrs. White in P-216. All forms need to be filled out and signed ASAP.
BOYS LACROSSE – Boys in 9th thru 12th grades who are interested in trying out for the High School Boys Lacrosse team should attend a meeting on Wednesday January 16th at 3:15PM in Room P-216, 2nd floor of the gym wing at the high school. The meeting will be important, please plan to attend.
ICE HOCKEY NEWS: Last Friday night the Ice Hockey team defeated Pennsbury High School 7-4 holding off a late comeback surge before Freshman Tom Rourke sealed the victory with an empty net goal. Ryan Gosselin and Nate Broskley also each had a goal and assist. Perry Carpenter increased his total points by adding 4 goals and 1 assist in the game. Perry’s total high school career points now exceeds 100 points! Goaltender Jacob Snellingburg had 36 saves. The team next takes on Central Bucks West this Thursday night. (THAT’S TONIGHT!)
GET A FORM: Attention Seniors! If you applied to a college with the regular decision deadline and used the Common Application, you will need to submit a mid-year report. Please see your counselor to obtain the mid-year report form, which needs to be signed off by a parent or guardian. Once returned, your counselors will send your mid-year reports out as soon as semester grades become available.
Reading Olympics: We have a meeting on Monday January 14 after school in the library.
GARDEN CLUB: There will be a Garden Club meeting on Monday, January 14 immediately after school in room S-102.
Society of Women Engineers will be meeting after school on Monday, January 14th in Room 162! New members are welcome to attend.
Sneaker Club Members: Our next meeting will be held on Monday January 14th after school in Rm. 124. There are a variety of things we need to discuss and we will be taking our picture for the yearbook. Shaheen will be sending out more information about the theme. See you there!
RED CROSS CLUB: The Red Cross Club will meet on Wednesday January 16th after school to discuss the Arrive Alive program. Any students interested in planning and/or presenting the program should attend. The meeting will be at 2:45 in room 132. (cycle through the following closing remarks)
-buckle up buttercup
-put your phone away when you’re driving
-wipers on, headlights on
-using drugs and alcohol is not healthy and increases your chance of causing a collision
-seat belts save lives
-don’t text and drive