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January 26, 2018

Aztec High School

BEGINNING MONDAY, JAN. 22, ALL STUDENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO WEAR THEIR STUDENT ID'S whenever on campus. Each students will receive a free Aztec Strong lanyard this week, but any lanyard or clip which enables them to wear their ID will be acceptable. Students will not be allowed to sit in classes without the ID. If they forget their ID, they will need to report to the Dean's office. From there, they will have several options to get back into class.

SENIOR PARENTS: PROJECT GRADUATION NEEDS YOU! The next meeting is Monday, January 29 @ Lydia Rippey Cafeteria @ 6pm.

PLAYMAKERS is looking forward to a new start. We are in the process of preparing for a new musical which will be the focal point for this semester. We are also preparing for a trip to the Thespian Festivals in February and we are need of chaperones for the trip. We will also be needing extra hands for the upcoming show, if you know of anyone who loves to sing and act please spread the word.

• Aztec S.T.E.M. Club is working hard to earn the funds for the trip to Biosphere 2, Mt Lemmon Observatory, and the University of Arizona campus. It is a wonderful opportunity to expose students to a wide variety of scientific and engineering fields with some hands on in an amazing setting.

Sadly, several of our fundraising projects were derailed by the tragic events at school in December. We are working hard to recover, but need help to reach our goal of $4800. Each $400 sponsors one 'future engineer.' If you can donate, or know someone who can donate to our cause, please contact Laura Hays at 505.334.9414 or [email protected]

• Key Club is student led, service leadership club that provides countless hours of service to our school and community. Two of our signature projects are the Movies in the Park all summer and the Halloween Haunted Village for Charity. Upcoming projects include Pennies for Patients and the Spring Blood Drive. Anyone interested in learning leadership skills through participating in service projects is invited to attend.

• Due to having two lunches, Key Club now meets Thursday mornings at 7:35am in Mrs. Klein's room 802. A light breakfast is provided or you can grab your breakfast at the cafeteria and bring it to the meeting. The Cafeteria opens at 7:25 for serving. Come check us out and see if Key Club is where you belong.

Koogler Middle School

PEACHES NEET FEET WILL BE VISITING Koogler for a day of Hustle and Art on Friday, Feb. 9. Our Natural Helpers will be assisting with this day and each grade level will get to participate in an hour of fun, collaborative Art.

Track Season is just around the corner! Track is open to both 7th grade and 8th grade students, to athletes and non-athletes. We will be having a meeting with all students who wish to join Koogler' s Track and Field Team during 7th and 8th Grade lunches. These meetings will take place on January 30th and January 31st. Our goal is to instill a WINNING attitude while developing the skills your child will need to be a better athlete in ALL sports! Practices will run Monday-Thursday from 3:05pm-5pm and on Fridays from 3:05pm-4:00 pm. Our first practice will be February 19th.

Fundraising is in full swing for PTSO. We are currently selling tickets for a raffle that will be held during Parent Teacher Conferences. Tickets will be for sale at lunch starting Tuesday. During Basketball games on Jan 18th & 25th as well as during Parent Teacher Conferences. Tickets are $2 each, 3 for $5 or 8 for $10. Winners will be drawn and and announced Friday Feb. 9th

Park Ave. Elementary

TIGER TIME

Tiger Time is Park Avenue's intervention or enrichment block. This occurs Tuesday-Friday from 2:30pm-3:00pm. Students may rotate to different teachers based on their specific need. During this time teachers are engaging students in targeted activities in Math and ELA.

"SPINNERS" OR FIDGETS

Keep At Home Please!

AHS STUDENTS MIA AGUIRRE AND BRILIE DILS SIGN A BANNER TO BE SENT TO KENTUCKY IN SUPPORT

Students are beginning to bring the "spinners" or better known as fidgets to school. These are very distracting in a classroom setting. Fidgets are allowed if students have accommodations via an IEP or 504 Plan and specific fidgets must be approved by the IEP or 504 Team. We appreciate you cooperation in keeping these items at home.

FROM THE HEALTH OFFICE - Remember if your child has temperature over 100 or is vomiting please keep him/her home. Because there are so many illnesses going around, we are requiring students to be fever/vomit free for 24 hours before returning to school.

Lydia Rippey Elementary

WE HAVE A COMMUNITY CUPBOARD set up at Lydia Rippey! This is a cupboard of non-perishable food to help out our community. Please leave what you can and take what you need.

 

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