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 ​Alleghany High School Staff and Student Expo is September 13, 2019! 

AHS Staff, Students, Parents, and Community,

On September 13, 2019 Alleghany High School held its first EXPO of the school year.   This event is to allow education in a different way, and the goal of this event is to promote learning, promote fun, encourage school attendance, and combat chronic absenteeism.  Based on students and staff feedback this event was a major success!  In order for this event to be successful in the future we need the help of everyone.  We are looking for students, staff, parents, and community to be instructors for sessions.  The sessions should last about an hour with a maximum of 3 sessions.  If you are interested in being an instructor/teacher of anything under sun please contact Alleghany High School Administration.  The next EXPO is November 1, 2019, and we want it to be bigger and better than the first one of the school year! 


The Alleghany High School Fall Extravaganza is set for November 12, 2019
This year's Theme ------- EYE of the Tiger!   Student Showcase FALL Extravaganza! (No Games, Practices, Etc; Late Night Activity Buses)                       

               

 TO GO Bucket supplies   TO GO Buckets 


Students in Mrs. Bowels'  introductions to Sport Medicine Class put together and delivered TO GO Buckets to all the schools in the division.  The TO GO Buckets are a safety measure for classrooms in the schools have to go on a lock down.   The TO GO Buckets contain vital supplies that can be used in case of an 
emergency.  Here are several Photos of the students creating and delivering the TO GO Buckets. 

Alexande Harris, Erik Honaker, Kobe Nicely, Ethyn Kimberlin, Alexandre Taylor, Emma Nicely, Daylin Pinkston, James Ruff, Erin May, Mackenzie Richardson pictured

AHS Students with TO GO Bucket Preparation. Stop the Bleed Packets for the TO GO Buckets. James Ruff, Emma Nicely, and Daylin Pinkston working on TO GO Buckets 
AHS Introduction to Sports Medicine Students working on TO GO BucketsErin May and Jasmine Graham filling TO GO Buckets for School DeliveryJames Ruff Carrying TO GO Buckets.More AHS students on the go moving to deliver TO GO Buckets

AHS Students Loading the Bus with TO GO BucketsAHS students with TO GO Buckets

 

    
AHS Students on the bus to help the Division by delivering TO GO Buckets   AHS Students on the go move to deliver TO GO Buckets 
  Erik Honaker delivering TO GO Buckets  


Alleghany High School Students delivering TO GO Buckets to Schools in the Division


 




      

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Alleghany High School Fall Extravaganza for the Community

The Alleghany High School Administration would like everyone to attend the 2019 Fall Extravaganza!  Students, staff, parents, guardians, grandparents, aunts, uncles, brothers, sisters, cousins, great grandparents, next door neighbors, and all other  community members are invited and encouraged to be at the wonderful Alleghany High School Fall Extravaganza, November 12, 2019.   This will be a great learning opportunity for everyone to see what our students and staff have been doing, as well as make connections for the future growth of the school and community. We are one great big family, and the Alleghany High School Fall Extravaganza is our Family Reunion!  

 “On behalf of the students, staff, and administration of Alleghany High School Please make it a point to be here for the educational experience, fun, and support of everyone! ” ~ AHS Principal Dwayne Ross. “I know you will appreciate the efforts put in by the students to prepare for this event.  You will get the opportunity to see what  the staff already knows about our students, they have a great deal of potential and no limit on the things they can accomplish for themselves and the community!”   

 The goal of Alleghany County Public Schools is for its students, staff, and community to be the guide for the world to follow.  In order to be the guide, they must first explore, design, create, map, and build along the way.   

 “We will continue to work and learn by refining our successes and correcting our mistakes as we use project and problem based learning to benefit everyone.  We hope to improve our learning outcomes, community involvement, and be better each day in the future.   Your feedback is vital to this end,” said Ross.

 If you have ideas and/or resources to contribute to our students growth please contact Alleghany High School at 863-1700 or email Dwayne Ross, principal at dross@alleghany.k12.va.us or Jackie Almarode, AHS New Tech coordinator at jalmarode@alleghany.k12.va.us

                Pictures from the Alleghany High School Fall Extravaganza 2018.  

Picture of students from Mrs. Spinks and Mr. Clarke's class with their Projects (Anna Hayes, Abby Martin, Gracie Conner, Darcy Ross)    Picture of students from Mrs. Spinks and Mr. Clarke's class with their Projects (Amber Howard & Wynter Howard)

Picture of students from Mrs. Spinks and Mr. Clarke's class with their Projects (Alexander Harris, Erik Honaker, Mason Honaker, Alexandre Taylor, Jeffery Harris)  Picture of students from Mrs. Spinks and Mr. Clarke's class with their Projects

Picture of students from Mrs. Spinks and Mr. Clarke's class with their Projects (Gracie, Erin, Jenna, Hattie, Aysia)Picuture of quote your life is only as good as your mindset

AHS Choir Students Performing at the Fall Extravaganza (Kathryn Burgess & Ethanael Elmore   AHS Choir Students Performing at the Fall Extravaganza    AHS Choir Students Performing at the Fall Extravaganza
AHS Choir Students Performing at the Fall Extravaganza  AHS Choir Students Performing at the Fall Extravaganza (Jessica Gadd)   AHS Choir Students Performing at the Fall Extravaganza
AHS Choir Students Performing at the Fall Extravaganza   AHS Choir Students Performing at the Fall Extravaganza
AHS Turning Point Students and their Projects for Sale at the Fall Extravaganza (Turning Point Director Rose West & Student Shontee Butler-Ray) AHS Turning Point Students and their Projects for Sale at the Fall Extravaganza  AHS Turning Point Students and their Projects for Sale at the Fall Extravaganza ( Student Shontee Butler-Ray)
AHS Students and their Projects at the Fall Extravaganza (FFA Students - MaKenzie Shifflett, Marlowe Linsin, & Gabriel Miller)  AHS Students at the Fall Extravaganza (FFA)
AHS Students and their Projects at the Fall Extravaganza (FFA) AHS Students and their Projects the Fall Extravaganza (FFA Students Marlowe Linsin, & Gabriel Miller with Superintendent Mr. Eugene Kotulka)  AHS Fall Extravaganza (JRTC Teacher Jamie Huffman and Superintendent Mr. Eugene Kotulka)
AHS Students and their Projects at the Fall Extravaganza  AHS Students and their Projects for Sale at the Fall Extravaganza



                     Teach Program Logo
 
The TEACH students finished their successful internship at the Clifton Forge Library, and our students were given a celebration by the director and his staff.  Invited guests were, Mr. Kotulka, Dr. Heath, Mary Jane Mutispaugh, Ms. Huff, and Ms. Birchfield.  The students displayed their capabilities in categorizing, organizing, and shelving books, and they  shared this knowledge by performing the tasks for their guests.  The photos below are the students performing their task and enjoying the “fruits of their labors”.  

AHS Teacher Program Students at The Clifton Forge Library with Mr. Kotulka, Alleghany County Public Schools Superintendent       
AHS Teacher Program Students  showing off their Certificates at The Clifton Forge Library with Central Office Staff of  Alleghany County Public Schools sitting and watching students present  AHS Students in the teach program at the Clifton Forge Library

      AHS Teacher Program Students  showing off their Certificates at The Clifton Forge Library with Central Office  and AHS Staff of  Alleghany County Public Schools

 


 

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Do you want to wish your classmate a happy birthday or need to know when an event is taking place at AHS? Click the student announcements tab that has been updated for 2018-2019 school year to find out who may have a birthday today, for weekly events, student information, and helpful links. Please see the AHS Tobacco Letter link here to parents pertaining to Alleghany High School's updated policy on tobacco use on school property.

Alleghany High School is excited to be a part of the Alleghany County Public Schools’ 1:1 Chromebook initiative. We are happy to prepare our students for success in the 21st century.

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