Middle school football takes down Tawas tonight 22-16 to add another win to their record!
The 6th graders are building a scaled model of the Roman Colloseum using Minecraft Education Edition.
The JV and Varsity volleyball teams defeated Hillman tonight! Varsity won in 3 sets, 25-8, 25-15, and 25-14. Lily Bilbey lead with 13 kills and Isabella Bates delivered 8 aces. Great effort ladies!
Be sure to congratulate our Varsity and Middle School Cross Country teams on a job well done at our first NSL meet in Roger's City today.
The district will be hosting representatives for the state-sponsored Okay2Say program for all students Kindergarten through 12th grade. We will also be hosting an evening presentation for parents on the evening of the 19th in the auditorium at 7 pm. Okay2Say is a hotline facilitated by the attorney general for students to report a concern that is funneled to resources at the state level to get help to whoever needs it.
AHC-Tiger Health Extension invites all interested parents, school staff, and community members to their Community Advisory Committee meeting Tuesday, September 24th at 9:00am in the elementary cafeteria. Pastries and specialty coffee provided. Please contact Ivy Pfoutz at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
Alcona Elementary PTO is meeting this Wednesday at 5:15p in the elementary conference room. See you there!
Alcona Varsity Cheer had a once in a lifetime experience cheering on the Broncos at Waldo Stadium Saturday! The Broncos didn't disappoint either...trampling Georgia State 57-10. From practicing with university level cheer and dance teams on an indoor turf to performing on the real thing in front of 22,000+ people complete with fireworks, a marching band the size of our school and flaming baton tossing...we couldn't have asked for more! #TIGERPRIDE Follow the link below to see them in action! https://www.facebook.com/3213777175302731/posts/3521534851193627/
Be sure to congratulate Brett Nelson, Sara Decker and Carter Upper in their fantastic performances in the Roger's City Cross Country meet today.
Teachers at the Elementary participated in professional development around classroom libraries today. The day ended with each teacher receiving between 80-100 new books to add to their classroom libraries. We can’t wait for our students to share in the excitement! A special thanks to the Alcona Elementary PTO for their donation of about 20 books per class, and to Mr. O’Connor and Mr. Lee for supporting the purchase of the remaining books. What a fun day!!
ATTENTION: ALL STUDENTS K-6 AHS Future Cheerleader Clinic is BACK! Copy and paste link below into your web browser to register by Friday, September 21st Paper consent forms are available in the high school and elementary offices. Please return forms and payment no later than Friday, September 21st. Hope to see you there! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ikqGerYlzP-rhUhvL2kmq3stJ7hkstctoaYQKmGm6Lc/edit?usp=sharing
Cool opportunity for kids!
Friday, September 13th is a 1/2 day for students. School will dismiss at the middle/high at 11:50 am and 12:00 pm at the elementary.
Any students interested in joining youth advisory council (grants) should see Miss Willey ASAP. Thank you!
Please save the date!
We are looking for a person or people to coordinate our elementary robotics program. Details are below. No robotics experience is necessary! E-mail email@example.com if you are interested. Hello! I am happy to announce that VexIQ Robotics will be happening this year! Take a look at this year's new challenge... VEX IQ Challenge Squared Away. A few housekeeping items: Please complete the attached form to verify team members, team mentor/coach, and school principal. When choosing a mentor... The mentor DOES NOT NEED a background or experience in robotics. What has worked well in the past are individuals who are passionate about working with students throughout the building and design process and are willing to monitor the students in such a way that will increase cooperation and to prevent loss or damage to the equipment. Not sure how to choose which of your awesome current 4th and 5th grade students? Touch base with their 3rd and 4th grade teachers from last year for recommendations regarding who might be interested in applying STEM applications in a more hands-on and cooperative way. Please add to your calendars the following dates: Scrimmage 1 - October 24 (Thursday) Registration begins at 5:30 pm Scrimmage begins promptly at 6:00 pm Ends approximately 7:30 pm Scrimmage 2 - October 29 (Tuesday) Registration begins at 5:30 pm Scrimmage begins promptly at 6:00 pm Ends approximately 7:30 pm Tournament - November 9 (Saturday) Registration begins at 8:30 am Scrimmage begins promptly at 9:00 am Ends after awards approximately around 1:30 pm Helpful Resources: REC Foundation - https://www.roboticseducation.org/vex-iq-challenge/
Every book counts!
Varsity and Middle School Cross Country competed today at the Panther Classic. Varsity girls took second overall. 12 athletes earned medals.
The marching band needs help getting fitted for uniforms. If you are available today or tomorrow from 12:30-1:30 to help us out, please let Ms. Pendergrass know! We are excited to be at the first home game on Friday!
Hunter’s Educational and Bow Education Program @Harrisville State Park