Dear Students, Parents, and Guardians:
I hope you are having a wonderful summer but I have to say I am excited to welcome you all back! The building is so quiet and I miss the student energy. I hope your summer has brought plenty of time to relax and enjoy quality time with family and friends.
We are thrilled to welcome our new staff to the AHS community:
Heather Allen- Nurse
Brian Cote- Dean of Students (Classes of 2021 & 2023)
Christine Carney- STEM
Michael de la Pena- World language
Sara Horan- World language
Brad Jackson- Wellness
Regina Jardon- English
Kameron Thomas- History
Schedules for 2019-2020 for all new students will be mailed on Tuesday, August 6, 2019.
If you do not receive a schedule please call the AHS main office to request one. New students who have not completed enrollment should contact the Superintendent's Office to register.
All students, grades 10-12, will be able to view their schedules on iStudent and iParent on the morning of Wednesday, August 7 after 9am.
Any current AHS student who does not recall how to access iStudent can email Linda Chaney
to have their account reset.
(Members of the Class of 2023 will receive their iStudent log-in information at New Student Orientation but can see their schedules through iParent if it is set up.)
It is important to note that the schedules are not 100% finalized and there will be some changes as
we try to balance out class sizes and meet the needs of all students. The counseling staff and administration have been working tirelessly this summer to produce the best schedule for the
greatest amount of students. Any blank space in the schedule indicates a study hall. Study hall
room assignments will be reflected on schedules by the first day of school.
If you have not already done so, please visit our website https://ipass.imgsoftware.com/school/ashland/pamregister.html and sign-up for iParent.
Our guidance staff will return to the office on August 20. If you would like to set up a meeting
with your counselor regarding schedule changes, we will be offering 15 minute appointments
from 8:30 – 11:45, and 12:30-1:30 on August 20, 22, and 23. On August 21 counselors will be available from 11:30-3:00 so they can be present at the New Student Orientation from 4-6pm.
You may call the high school main office at 508-881-0177 to arrange an appointment.
If you would like to email the main office please use the following address: email@example.com
All summer work is posted at http://sites.ashland.k12.ma.us/ahs-guidance-department/summer-reading-assignments
Follow us on Twitter @KStCoeur, @MrsELachapelle and @ClockerAD
Ashland High School does not have a school supply list. Teachers will share with students what is needed for individual classes over the course of the first couple of days. Students should plan to start the year with a notebook and writing utensils (pens & pencils). Students are allowed to carry backpacks at AHS and all students are assigned a locker. Students can rent a lock for their locker through the front office for $5 or bring their own lock and provide the office with the combination or copy of the key.
Community Service opportunity:
We are looking for students interested in helping to paint some of our main hallways and office spaces that need some freshening up. Reach out to Ms. St. Coeur for more information! We are hoping to paint the week of August 12. Times are flexible.
Freshman and New Student Orientation- Wednesday, August 21 from 4-6pm.
We will have a barbecue and fun activities so please plan to attend to get to know the school culture and community. This event is for students only but there will be a brief orientation and Q&A for
any parents that are interested at 4:15pm once students are sent to their homerooms.
Students who are not able to attend are welcome to stop by and orient themselves to the building at other times between 8am-2:45pm over the course of the next couple of weeks. Stop by the office and introduction yourself!
The Student Leadership Summit will be on Thursday, August 22 from 10am-2pm.
This annual event is a chance for all students interested in helping to build a positive school
culture and set goals and expectations for a great school year.
Are you a club leader, a sport's team captain, class officer, etc.? Are you someone who is interested in making an impact on our school? ALL students interested in having a voice at AHS are encouraged to attend this fun, interactive morning! - (bring a sack lunch-drinks and snacks will be provided) .
All captains and students in club and activity leadership positions are expected to attend.
Please sign up here!
As a reminder the Peer Leader application was emailed to all juniors and seniors and is posted on the AHS website. We welcome all students to apply to be a part of this program and help our new students transition to AHS.
Peer Leader training is August 21 from 9am-12pm in the AHS auditorium.
CALLING ALL CLOCKERS...The 2019 Fall Sports season is right around the corner. Below are some logistics pertaining to the season. Should you have any additional questions, please reach out to the Athletic Director, Stephen Marks at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration Information (FamilyID):
*In order to be cleared to tryout/practice you must be registered online and have a valid physical on file (valid for 13 months). Payment is due prior to receiving a uniform.
High School, 8/14
Middle School, 9/5
8/16: High School Football and Cheerleading
8/22: High School Soccer, Field Hockey, Cross Country, Golf, Volleyball
9/9: Middle School Football, Soccer, Field Hockey, Cheerleading, Cross Country, Volleyball
2019-2020 school yearFirst day of classes will be Tuesday, September 3, 2019. Our start time is 8:20am.
The first bell will ring at 8:10am. Students gather in the back lobby/cafeteria
until that time. The building will be open and the cafeteria will begin serving breakfast at 7:50am.
All students go to homeroom on the first day of school to receive new copies of their schedules. Homeroom lists are posted in the halls.
Students who take the bus are dropped at the front of the school and are expected to proceed to the cafeteria area until the first bell rings. Students who drive should obtain a parking pass from the front office no later than September 20, 2019. Students are able to get a pass after the year starts and the cost is prorated each term.
Enjoy the last couple of weeks of summer and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Kelley St. Coeur