- BOE Meeting/Work Session
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Senior Exit Lunch Meeting
Attention all seniors: Please be reminded there is a mandatory senior exit lunch meeting with Superintendent John Maloy and Assistant Superintendent Julie Roark on April 23rd during both lunch periods. Please plan to be in the seminar room during your lunch period on April 23rd. Lunch will be provided to you in the seminar room. Do not be late!
Summer Intern Opportunity
Are you a high school student looking for a meaningful, community-oriented summer internship? Would you like to be outside while learning new skills? Do you have a passion for the environment? Do you like Bikes? Are you outgoing? WE-cycle is looking for a team of energetic high school students to participate in its summer internship program. Please see Josh Berro or email him for a flyer.
Attention all Juniors: You must come to the counseling office by Friday at 3:30 to complete the pre-bubbling for the ACT. Please come in during your free period, during lunch, or after school to get this done. All juniors will be taking the state mandated ACT next Wednesday April 23rd from 8:05am until 11:30am. Students need to complete their pre-bubbling by Friday in order to be ready for the test.
This is a reminder to all students who participate in the buddy program at AES and AMS. We have three more weeks to go with the buddy program for this year. Please remember to show up and check in during your scheduled lunch to meet with your buddy. Failure to check in with Liz at AES or with Molly’s sub, Andrea, at AMS could result in your ability to participate in the program next year. Thank you!
Aspen High School Literary Magazine
The Aspen High School literary magazine, Nepsamerge, is sponsoring a poetry contest during the month of April. Submit your ORIGINAL poetry to nepsamerge.com to enter the contest and to be considered for publication in the 2014 magazine! The deadline for the contest is April 23rd.
Pictures of Us Prom 2014
Seniors! This year’s Prom theme is “Pictures of us Prom.” In order to make this successful, we need you to submit pictures of you and your friends throughout your years at Aspen High School.
These photos can be submitted by logging into your school email and to the shared folder Pictures of Us Prom 2014. There’s a link to this shared folder on the school Facebook page. All photos must be in jpg format and no photos will be accepted after April 19th. Please submit your photos and help make prom awesome!
The McBride Lewa Internship is being offered to eight students in the Roaring Fork Valley. Spend two weeks at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Africa learning about wildlife and the challenge and struggle to keep this ancient wilderness wild. The cost is approximately $2,000.00. For more details including a flier with all pertinent information, please email Josh Berro in the counseling department (email@example.com)
Patricia C. Moore Teacher Award
Aspen Community Foundation calls for nominations for Patricia C. Moore Teacher Award
The Patricia C. Moore Teacher Award Fund was established at Aspen Community Foundation in 2010 to honor outstanding public school teachers and thank them for their dedication to quality education, student achievement and community leadership. Six awards in the amount of $5,000 will be given out annually through 2014 to K-12 teachers employed in the Aspen School District. Qualifying schools include Aspen Elementary, Aspen Middle, Aspen High and Aspen Community.
Teachers must be nominated to be considered for the award. Nominators may include students, administrators, counselors, fellow teachers, school employees, or friends/colleagues not associated with a school. Deadline for nominations is April 21, 2014. The on-line nomination process can be accessed through Aspen Community Foundation’s website, www.aspencommunityfoundation.org/grant-making/patricia-c-moore-teacher-award/, and at www.GrantRequest.com/SID_1302?SA=SNA&FID=35035.
Award recipients will be chosen by an appointed advisory committee and announced on or before the end of the school year. For more information about the award and the nomination process, please contact Eric Chase, Operations Officer, at 970-925-9300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Adam Hancock, Aspen Elementary School
• Tana Rinaldi, Aspen Elementary School
• Peter Hanson, Aspen Middle School
• Chris Bonadies, Aspen High School
• Eileen Kozlowski, Aspen High School
• Hilary Forsyth, Aspen Community School
• Kimberly Knol, Aspen Elementary School
• Mark Munger, Aspen Middle School
• Molly Tiernan, Aspen Middle School
• Kathy Klug, Aspen High School
• Andy Popinchalk, Aspen High School
• Darcy Kyle, Aspen Community School
• Kelly Gordon, Aspen High School
• Caroline Hanson, Middle School
• Sara Lowe, Aspen Elementary School
• Mary Owens, Aspen Elementary School
• Matt Wells, Aspen High School
• Lou Rae Doyle, Aspen Community School
• Nancy Beyea, Aspen Middle School
• Rae Lampe, Aspen Middle School
• Brent Maiolo, Aspen High School
• Dee Searing, Aspen Elementary School
• Kristina Weller, Aspen Community School
• Lori Woodring, Aspen Elementary School
Past recipients are ineligible for subsequent awards for five years.
ACT Test Prep Workshops
Free yoga is back on for AHS students! Monday at 5:15, Wednesday at 5:30, and Friday at 4:00 at Arjuna Yoga on Hopkins Street, just above Kenichi. If you have any questions, please see Morgan Henschke.
Aikido is translated as the way of harmonizing with energy. It’s core principle is conflict resolution without injury to attacker. This is a difficult challenge both physically and emotionally. There are no competitions, matches, or trophies in Aikido. Instead Aikido is a ceaseless polishing of oneself. It is at once a great physical work out, an effective non-violent self-defense, and a spiritual path. Aikido embodies the Mind, Body, Spirit ethos of Aspen. Aikido classes are offered through Colorado Mountain College at the Aspen and Glenwood Springs campuses. Classes in Aspen meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:45 to 8:15 PM. Brad Manosevitz has led the current Aikido program in Aspen since 2002. For more information visit aikidoaspen.com
Hey Art lovers, join The Red Brick for an exciting hands-on experience where you learn about ways to make money using the arts in your future! Ask your art teachers for details!
SKIER SCRIBBLER - AHS Student News Site
The Aspen High School Skier Scribbler is now online! Check it out at http://skierscribbler.com/
AHS Student Parking Pass Registration
Please, seniors click here to register your vehicle