Friday, February 26, 2021

February 26, 2021

Good afternoon-

The iParent recommendation window is now open for parents to approve teacher recommendations for core courses as well as student choices for electives.
Any parent wishing to override the teacher recommendation must follow the process outlined here: 
The window will remain open until Friday, March 5 at 3pm. Please reach out to your student's teacher or counselor with any questions about recommendations.

Attendance at school is required unless your student is staying home for quarantine reasons or another reason approved by administration. Students can not choose to live stream their classes long term. Please reach out if you have questions.

AHSTS Presents

Five Radio Plays from the Vintage Radio Show
Tales of Fear and Trembling

Performances will be video/audio-on-demand, available starting Friday, March 5, 2021 and ending on Sunday, March 14, 2021.

For more information, visit To purchase tickets visit: Tickets are $10.

Patrons who purchase access have 48 hours to watch/listen to the content from the first time they start watching, up to 11:45 PM Sunday, March 14th.  After this time patrons can no longer view or listen to the content.

AHSTS is proud to support the MetroWest Humane Society with half the proceeds from this production, including any donations made while purchasing tickets.

For more information on MetroWest Humane Society, see below or visit:

Student Council News!
The Student Council is planning a "virtual spring pep rally" and we need your help to participate in some of the rally activities!

If you are interested in participating, please go to:  to learn about the activities and to sign-up for an opportunity to participate!

Sign-ups will close on Friday, March 5th.  Any questions?  Contact the Student Council at

News from the Class of 2024
The class of 2024 will be running a cookie dough fundraiser beginning on Monday March 1 and ending on March 15.  The fundraiser is completely virtual.  Each freshman will be given a link to the online store to share with family and friends.  All proceeds will go towards decreasing the individual ticket price to both prom and senior week.  These are expensive events!  Senior week tickets can range from $78 to $125 depending on how committed each class is to fundraising.  Due to the cancellation and refund of the 8th grade Washington DC trip, the class of 2024 entered high school with an account below zero!  We have a lot of money to raise for everyone to have an awesome prom and senior week.  Please throw your support behind this fundraiser!  Ask your freshman for the link to the online store starting Monday March 1.  And who doesn't love cookie dough?

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