Feb. 23 and March 23 will be remote learning days. On Feb. 23, all Juniors will be on campus to take the ACT. This includes Juniors who are currently enrolled as a remote student. On March 23, all Sophomores will be on campus to take the Pre-ACT. This includes all Sophomores who are currently enrolled as a remote student. More information will be coming regarding social distancing for testing on those days. Thank you, and have a good evening.
All students please complete your Homecoming nominations by next Friday, January 29th. The survey has been sent to your school email account by Mrs. Carpenter.
|8:20-9:10||1st period||Active Zoom|
|9:10-9:45||1st period||Independent work time|
|9:50-10:40||2nd period||Active Zoom|
|10:40-11:15||2nd period||Independent work time|
|11:20-12:10||3rd period||Active Zoom|
|12:10-1:15||3rd period||Lunch/Independent work time|
|Individual teachers may adjust lunch times|
|1:20-2:10||4th Period||Active Zoom|
|2:10-2:35||4th Period||Independent work time|
All classes will meet at the regular time for each period. Green group students will zoom in tomorrow. Please check emails or follow the directives your teachers have given you for remote zoom sessions. Please contact AHS if you have any questions.
Congratulations to Ms. Dana Russell for winning a Bright Ideas Grant! Her grant is called “Keeping Our Students Safe—CAREERSAFE® OSHA 10-Hour (Health Care) Certification.” This $500 grant offers health science students in grades 10-12 the opportunity to acquire their OSHA 10-Hour General Industry certification which teaches students about the most common hazards in the healthcare industry. We appreciate all Mrs. Russell did to receive this grant!
We are super excited to announce that Mrs. Donna Link has won a Bright Ideas Grant! Her grant, Drawing on Experience, for $1,000 will purchase electronic drawing pads to be used in classrooms and in the homes of students who are doing remote learning. They will be used in social studies and art and will be a bonus to student’s education and a new, fulfilling way to convey content and skills. Thank you for all your hard work, Mrs. LInk!
Our mission at Alleghany High School is for our students to think critically, innovatively solve problems, become responsible citizens, and confident leaders with a passion for learning.
At Alleghany High School, we are proud of the programs and achievements that our school community has undertaken. At the very heart of our success is a talented and hard-working faculty that provides outstanding learning opportunities on a daily basis. Our goal is to provide a rigorous curriculum that helps our students achieve their maximum potential as they finish their high school career and transition to adulthood.