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Grades: 9-12     Hours: 7:25 AM -1:57 PM

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AHS Upcoming Events

03/26 - SCHOOL COMMITTEE MEETING, 7:00 PM, AHS/AMS LIBRARY
03/27 TO 03/29 - GAMING CLUB SELLING RAFFLE TIX, $10.00 EACH, FOR "DEAR EVAN HANSEN" SHOW TICKETS (JULY) AT LUNCHES
03/27 - SOPHOMORES TAKE ELA MCAS, ATTENDANCE IS CRUCIAL
03/27 - NOT WAVE WEEK WEDNESDAY DUE TO MCAS
03/27 - ACE PROGRAM

03/29 - EARLY DISMISSAL/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, 10:45 DISMISSAL, BREAKFASTS AND LUNCHES SERVED
03/29 - PERIOD 3 MARKING TERMS ENDS
03/29 - 2019 JUNIOR PROM, CANOE CLUB
04/01 - "DEAR EVAN HANSEN" RAFFLE TICKET DRAWN
04/01 - SAM MEETING, AFTER SCHOOL, ROOM 2207
04/01 -  DEADLINE FOR SOME AHS SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS
04/03 - WAVE WEEK WEDNESDAY
04/03 - MEET THE AUTHOR - STEVE PEMBERTON, PUBLIC LIBRARY, 7 PM
04/04 - COLLEGE FAIR AT SEAPORT WORLD TRADE CENTER
04/05 - BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATE APPLICATIONS DUE
04/05 - COLLEGE FAIR AT SEAPORT WORLD TRADE CENTER

04/05 - PERIOD 3 REPORT CARDS ISSUED
04/10 - SCHOOL COUNCIL MEETING, 2:30 PM TO 4:00 PM
04/12 - CHESTER J. MILLETT, JR. OUTSTANDING TEACHER AND EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PERSONNEL NOMINATION PACKET DUE

05/08 - CELEBRATE THE ARTS AFTERNOON - GRADES 5-12 SHOWCASE OF ART, MUSIC AND LITERATURE, AHS/AMS, 3:30 PM TO 7:30 PM
05/09 - EARLY DISMISSAL/PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, 10:45 DISMISSAL, BREAKFASTS AND LUNCHES SERVED

Junior Class - Prom Song
Juniors are reminded to check their emails to vote for a prom song.
Boys' and Girls' State Junior Boys & Girls -- Applications for Boys' and Girls' State are available in the high school guidance office along with information about the program. (April 5, 2019 deadline)
Class of 2019 - Latest Senior News

Cap & Gown  - $20.00 due asap
Yearbooks  -  Reminder to order your Yearbook asap   
Go to YBPAY.COM USE CODE 10283019
Parents/graduates should expect the senior letter during April vacation. vacation.  This letter is distributed to all prospective June 2019 graduates to insure that students and parents are aware of the procedures involved at the conclusion of your senior year.

Monday Message please click here for the latest "AHS Monday Message"...
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Message from the Principal

March, 2019

BOYS' BASKETBALL
Congratulations to the boys’ basketball team and Coach Serino on their incredible season! 

CONGRATULATIONS
Congratulations to the 2019 Grossman Scholarship winners Lauren Nelligan and Allison MacLeod.                          

LAPTOPS
Students are reminded that Abington High School is no longer able to provide laptops to students who forget them at home. We are only able to support loaner laptops for broken, damaged or malfunctioning devices. Please make bringing your laptop a priority in order for you to participate productively in school. The high school is so very fortunate to be able to support a technology initiative that provides students in grades 7-12 with laptops, cases and chargers. 

JUNIOR PROM
The Abington High School Junior Prom will be held on Friday, March 29, 2019 at the Canoe Club Ballroom in West Bridgewater. The Grand March takes place at 4:00 PM in the high school auditorium. Students should arrive at the high school at 3:45 PM to participate in the Grand March, entering through the AHS front doors (#29). Doors open for parents/guardians at 3:45 PM. Please enter through the Gym Lobby Doors (#17). Buses to the venue are mandatory and will be leaving the high school at 5:00 PM. There will be no limos or personal cars allowed. Any student attending the junior prom must arrive to school on time and remain in school for the entire day (Early Release Day - 10:45 AM dismissal) in order to attend the prom.

MCAS TESTING
Sophomores (Class of 2021) will take the English Language Arts MCAS on March 26 and 27, 2019. School attendance on these days is crucial. Make-up dates are minimal and prescribed by the state. All students must take and pass the English Language Arts, Mathematics and Science MCAS tests in order to earn a high school diploma in Massachusetts.
I recommend that you discuss the behaviors below with your child regarding his/her responsibilities during MCAS testing which will invalidate a test.
*duplicating any portion of the test or answer booklets (e.g., photocopying, copying)
*accessing prohibited materials such as cell phones or other electronic devices (e.g., music players, game consoles, any device capable of taking photographs) for any purpose
*communicating with other students (e.g., talking, whispering, writing notes)
*looking at any other student’s test or answer booklet
*consulting notes, books, or instructional materials during testing
*working in a session other than the one being administered, looking at questions or tests pages beyond the stop sign, or going back to a previous session
*damaging test materials or removing any part of them from the testing room
Students should understand that test results may also be invalidated if they discuss the content of test booklets or their responses to questions with anyone, including teachers and there may be consequences if they do any of the activities listed above or otherwise violate test administration rules.  

SCHOLARSHIPS
The following scholarship applications are available in the Guidance Department. Students are    reminded to check their school emails and/or the white scholarship binder. Please click here for a list of available scholarships...

ACADEMIC CENTER FOR ENRICHMENT
The ACE Program will be held March 27, 2019. There will be a late bus for students who have signed into the program.

Sincerely,
Teresa Sullivan, Ph.D., Principal

Student Parking and Drop-Off Procedure