Monday, April 27, 2015
The shows for next year’s Drama Club productions are:
November 2015 (Fall Show) – “Arsenic and Old Lace” a Classic American Comedy
March 2016 (Winter Musical) – “Damn Yankees!” a Classic American Musical Comedy
May 2016 (Spring Show) – “Arms and the Man” a Victorian British Comedy
Come audition for your favorite or all three!
All the senior tshirts and hoodies have arrived. Pick up your pre order from Mrs. Sarr room #103 before school or during lunch.
Are you going to step up and become a leader at AHS? You can run for a class officer position! Election packets are available in the activities office. You can begin campaigning as soon as you turn in your packet, no later than May 15.
Did you know that hemophilia patients need hundreds of volunteer blood donors for a single transfusion. Our Spring Blood Drive is just two days away. Sign up during lunch or in room 108.
Attention all Native and Alaskan Native students. You
will be receiving two fieldtrips forms. One is for Muckleshoot career day
on Friday, May 1st and the second is to watch an inspiring
performance by Native American dancer and hip hop artist SUPAMAN which infuses,
culture, comedy, dance and music on Friday, May 8th. Turn in
your signed field trip form into room 336 by Wednesday, April 29th!
Hey Seniors, mark your calendars, Grad night is planned for Sunday June 14th after graduation. We’re going to a secret location, with tons of exciting activities, dancing, food & awesome prizes!
This is your last chance to spend an awesome night with your classmates, everyone is welcome. The price is $150 due by May 8th. Sign up in the cafeteria during lunch this week.
Attention Seniors: Each year, in cooperation with the Auburn High School Honor Society, the AHS principal recognizes seniors who are successful in a rigorous academic program during their senior year. These seniors will receive “Academic Challenge Awards” and will be recognized at the Senior Awards Ceremony. Pick up an application from either the Main office or the Counseling office and return it to Ms. Bolen by Friday, May 29th.
Juniors with at least a 3.0 GPA who are interested in a paid internship with Boeing this summer should see Mr. Morrow now. Juniors planning to apply to a university in the fall should take a second SAT, or the ACT exam in May or June. Visit the Career Center for more information! Girls interested in learning about apprenticeships should come to the Career Center to learn about the Women in Trades field trip on May 8th. Juniors who were contacted about the UW Dream Project field trip on May 1st should turn in their completed form to the Career Center ASAP!
Relay for Life
NHS Induction 7PM
Class Officer Speeches
Voting 2nd period