It was great to see so much love and support for Jake today when he visited! #SilverStrong
Next week the AHS nursing and counseling staff will be conducting the Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) protocol, in compliance with state law and in order to help prevent students from starting to use substances, or to intervene with early use, We will be conducting interview-based screening with all ninth grade students about the use of alcohol, marijuana, and other drugs. We will follow the protocol developed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and will utilize the most commonly used substance use screening tool for adolescents in Massachusetts, the CRAFFT. Please review the detailed letter from our nursing department below. We have also included resources to talk to your student about SBIRT.
SBIRT letter- English
SBIRT letter- Spanish
SBIRT letter- Portuguese
SBIRT DAET Resources- English
SBIRT DAET Resources- Portuguese
SBIRT DAET Resources- Spanish
SBIRT DAET Resources- Russian
News from the Class of 2019:
Senior week tickets will go on sale during lunch the week after February vacation. Tickets are $125 and include transportation to and from the high school, lunch and admission to Canobie Lake Park, Kimball Farm, Spirit of Boston boat cruise (dinner), Banquet at the high school and a T-shirt! Senior week begins Friday, May 24th (community service day) and follows graduation rehearsal the week before graduation (May 28- 31). Students must have paid their class dues ($10 per year) in order to purchase a ticket. Tickets can be purchased in cash or check made out to AHS Student Activities. Please contact Ms. Kulik (email@example.com) with any questions.
The Ashland High School Student Council will be working with the Framingham Rotary Club on creating a Reality Fair for members of the senior class. The fair will take place on Friday, May 24th, as part of the seniors’ final week of school. This will be the first ever Fair held at the high school.
The purpose of the Reality Fair is to teach students about finances, credit score, and other real world budgeting skills. Students will participate in a number of activities that will help them develop and manage these financial skills. By choosing an occupation with a corresponding annual salary, students will make life choices pertaining to paying for their food, clothes, appliances, house, and other luxuries.
We need your help! Whether it be parent volunteers to run the “luxury” booth or professionals in the automobile industry helping students choose the best type of transportation, the Fair is a great way to support the community and teach students about everyday expenses. We are looking for: volunteers who have a background in housing and real estate, furniture, health and nutrition, clothing, transportation, charity and community service, career counseling, credit and lending, credit counseling, saving and investing, and insurance. Furthermore, we are looking for additional volunteers (who don’t necessarily have any experience in those fields) to assist in the booths and to help run other aspects of the Fair.The Student Council is also looking for local businesses and organizations to make donations of $500 or more to go towards the funding of the Fair. For more information or to fill out the donation and volunteer forms, visit https://sites.google.com/site/
If you are interested in your student learning more about Financial Literacy please let us know by completing this survey.
Registration for Spring Sports will open on Monday, February 11th. Please CLICK HERE anytime after 7am on Monday to register via FamilyID.
High School - Baseball, Softball, Lacrosse, Tennis, Outdoor Track
Middle School - Baseball, Softball, Outdoor Track
High School - Monday, March 11th @ 12PM
Middle School - Monday, March 18th @ 12PM
SPRING SPORTS INFORMATION NIGHT
Thank you and as always...GO CLOCKERS!
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