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Ashland High School Bulletin for Thursday, April 26, 2018

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Thursday, April 26, 2018

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Ashland High School Performing Arts proudly presents HAIR: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical May 2 - 13. The show runs for two weekends and includes 9 performances: Thurs-Saturday, May 3 - 5 and May 10 -12 at 7:30 p.m. with two Sunday matinees May 6 and 13 at 2 p.m. A $12 preview is on Wednesday, May 2 at 7:30 p.m. NOTE: Come 30 minutes prior to curtain for the Be-In-an immersive Happening! Hippie attire optional.

Attention all NEW National Honor Society members , the induction ceremony will be today in Mrs. Cork's room, 203, during lunch.

Are you wanting to be in Leadership next year? Please see Meggean in H-10 for a class officer election packet. Election packets due May 4th.

Yearbooks. Do you need another sticker for your already covered Hydro Flask? Well I know how you can get a pretty sick one. When you buy a yearbook before May 18th, you get a vinyl grizzly paw sticker for FREEEEE and your name entered into a raffle for a grizzly t-shirt!!

It's Fresh Start counselor application time! Any current Sophomores and Juniors who are interested in being counselors at next year's Fresh Start program applications can be picked up in the front office. Applications are due Monday.

Lomakatsi Restoration Project: This is a program for juniors and graduating seniors that are interested in outdoor ecology careers (forestry, botany, aquatic restoration, fisheries, biology, etc…) It pays $11.00 per hour, 32 hours per week. July 9 - August 2. Please email Alexander Roscher with any questions.

AHS Driver Training dates are April 2nd through May 30 th Monday and Wednesdays 6:00 to 8:15 p.m. in room H-14.

AP Exams are available for purchase in the Library . Please see the AHS Library for costs and schedule information.

Seniors planning on attending RCC or another community college can sign up to take the free Accuplacer test May 2nd at 2:40 pm. RCC and many other community colleges require students to take the Accuplacer before they can register for classes. For more information and to sign up for a test date, please see Jen Marsden in the Counseling Office.

Also Seniors: A representative from Rogue Community College will be in the counseling office on TODAY, from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm. Students planning on or thinking about attending RCC should come by to get more information about financial aid, Oregon Promise, and programs available at RCC.

Are you into climate and environmental justice? The Next Generation Climate Justice Action Camp aims to empower young people ages 14 to 18 to speak out by providing age-appropriate training and mentoring from experienced mentors. Participants attend workshops, trainings, and activities to learn tools and underlying information that they need in order to engage in climate justice organizing, all the while having fun in the old growth forest. This weeklong camp is hosted in Gold Beach from June 23rd - July 3rd. Early registration is May 1st and costs $350, scholarships available for those who qualify. See the counseling office for more information.

Are you curious about a career in health care? Join us May 11th and spend the day with surgeons, respiratory therapists, physical therapists, lab technicians, phlebotomists, and more at Asante Ashland Community Hospital. Spots are limited and priority will be given to sophomores and juniors. Pick up an application in the counseling office. Applications are due TOMORROW. There is no cost and lunch is provided.

Helman Elementary School's annual Mayfaire Carnival is Sunday, May 6 th from 3 to 6 p.m. If you need community service hours, Helman could use your help at the prize tables, face painting station and at the petting zoo. If interested, text Ms. Becky at 541-324-9724.

STEM Club Presents: Attention sentient collections of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids! Are you interested in engineering? Are you a junior or a senior? There is an exciting opportunity to go up on a bus to the 19th annual OSU Engineering Expo on Friday, May 18th. It is a one-day FREE event that will feature a tour of the college of engineering and student engineering inventions in numerous fields of study! There are only twenty spots available and they are filling up fast so sign up today! Talk to Mr. Hobein in SC-1 to sign up or get more information.

ATTENTION SENIORS: Check out the latest and greatest scholarship opportunities:

HORATIO ALGER NATIONAL CAREER & TECHNICAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM : Receive up to $2,500 to pursue career or technical education. Deadline: June 15, 2018.

SIGMA PHI EPSILON FRATERNITY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON : Two $500 scholarships awarded to male individuals who exemplify the Balanced Man ideal. Deadline: September 19, 2018.

FAST WATER HEATER COMPANY SCHOLARSHIP: $500 scholarship for students interested in studying engineering, mechanical systems or energy efficiency related field with an interest in building sciences. Deadline: September 8, 2018.

Visit the AHS scholarship website, located under "Current Scholarships & Opportunities", or visit the counseling office for a listing of all available scholarship opportunities.

COLLEGE VISITS - 2017/2018

Date

School

Time

Location

TODAY

Northern Arizona University

8:30

IVC

Monday , April 30th, cast members from "Oklahoma" from the Oregon Shakespeare festival will be visiting Project Up at lunch in the Rose Studio. Don't miss this exciting opportunity!

CLUBS

Dungeons and Dragons Club meets in room 204

Magic, The Gathering Club meets in room 206

Music Club meets in the Choir Room

National Honor Society meet in room 203

Queer-Straight Alliance meets in room 215

UPCOMING EVENTS

April 26 - Val/Sal Luncheon

May 2 - Top Performers Dessert Night


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