Ambridge Area School District

901 Duss Avenue, Ambridge PA 15003 | 724.266.2833

  
  

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Senior High School

909 Duss Avenue, Ambridge, PA 15003 | 724.266.2833 | f. 724-266-5056
Principal, Ms. Janice Zupsic x2287 | Assistant Principal, Mr. John Booher x2479

Dear Parents/Guardians/Students:

The data collected in the attached needs assessment will help the Ambridge Area High School Counseling Department plan the following for the 2017-2018 school year:

School counseling core curriculum grades 9-12: This curriculum consists of structured lessons designed to help students attain the desired competencies and to provide all students with the knowledge, attitudes and skills appropriate for their developmental level. The school counseling core curriculum is delivered throughout the school’s overall curriculum and is systematically presented by school counselors in collaboration with other professional educators in 9-12 classroom and group activities.  This can be through small group, individual or large group classroom guidance lessons.

School counseling core needs:  The feedback provided will also help direct the school counseling department plan and structure the parent nights for all 9-12 students based on parent/student requests.  The counseling department would like to continue working collaboratively with the community, the students and the district to ensure input is provided while meeting the academic, social/emotional and career goals of all the students and parents.  

Please fill out the information in the school counseling needs assessment to help better direct the services for your High School Student for the 2017-2018 school year:

https://goo.gl/forms/IFide0F5QAjWWyFv2

This form is also located under our guidance tab under the High School Area.

Thank you, and we look forward to an amazing and successful school year ahead!

AAHS Guidance Department

On Friday, September 22 JROTC and the Physical Education Department joined forces to promote physical fitness, mental toughness and team work in order to live a more healthy life style. The events the students participated in were the inflatable obstacle course, log drills, tire flip, tire pull and stretcher relay. This event also created a bridge that bonded all Bridger’s who participated in the event. A special shout out to 6th period for the being the most motivated class!!!!

 

On October 2nd the girls and boys soccer team had their Senior Night!

Boys (Top left to right)- Erick Villalta, Jason Lambert, Aj Fustich, Michael Manos, Christian Fisher, Ameer Caprini, Connor Rabold, and Tyler Holland

(Bottom left to right)- Domenic Lamberto, Dimitri Niaros, and Monterey Carpenter

Girls (Bottom left to right)- Megan Guthrie, Jaida Syrek, Haley Obrien, and Abbey Sutton

 

 

 

The 2017 Homecoming Court included (from left to right): Jon Ciani, Mona Indovina, Baran Witowich, Jaida Syrek, Connor Rabold, Sophia Spiridonakos, Sara Sipes, Jay McCullough, Haley Obrien, TJ Kotula, Trinity Miller, Alex Fetkovich, Riley Sas, and David Brock

 

 

Congratulations to the doubles team of Haley Racioppo and Hilarie Walsh.  They competed in the section doubles tournament and qualified for the WPIAL tournament by making it to the semi-finals.  The WPIAL doubles tournament will be held on Thursday October 19th, at a time and location TBD.  This is following the team’s first ever WPIAL playoff berth.  Congratulations Lady Bridgers on a fantastic season!

Congratulations to the Ambridge Varsity Girls Volleyball team for clinching a spot in the WPIAL Playoffs! They won two big games Tuesday, October 17th against Chartiers Valley and Wednesday, October 18th against Trinity to be able to make playoffs! Come support at a time and place TBD!

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August 6, 2017


Dear Parents/Guardians:

As you may already know, Kevin Hudac passed away Friday, after an unfortunate accident. Kevin was a recent graduate from the class of 2017. We know that this type of loss can greatly affect our children and our school community.

We will bring in our professionals and prevention specialists from the Prevention Network to help our children deal with their emotions and reactions to feelings of fear and loss. Services will be available in the High school office Monday August 7th from 9am to 1pm and by appointment as needed moving forward. Please contact the Guidance office at 724-266-2833 x2377

This type of death can produce many different responses to loss. There can be shock, fear, sadness, shame, anger, and guilt. Every individual is different. Some may not react at all while some children will display grief openly and want to talk about the death and their feelings. Talking can help children with their fears about their own possible losses.

Sometimes grief can be expressed in actions. Be aware of behavior changes such as crying, over-reacting to small stresses, complaining of stomach or headaches, or acting tired or withdrawn. If you become concerned about your child’s behavior, please call the school to ask for help.

Know that your teachers and counselors are here to help with any problem your child may encounter. Please call your school if you need assistance for your child.

Sincerely,

Ms. Janice L. Zupsic
Senior High School Principal
Ambridge Area School District

2017 Ambridge High School Prom Court

 

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Pictured from left to right: Issac Elliott, Sarah Fischer, Travis Holman, Maddie Sas, Alana Jula (Queen), Zak Ernst (King), Kinsey Cheran, Nick Campalong, Sierra Kazil, Landon Hanna.

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Congratulations to Ms Chelsea Benedict on her nomination for a Golden Apple Award from AAHS.

Her tireless dedication to our students above and beyond the school day is remarkable and with a very positive impact.

Ms Benedict was nominated for the 2016-2017 academic year award by Mr. Booher, Assistant Principal.

We look forward to May 27th when the winners will be announced by The Prevention Network at reception to honor all district nominees from the Beaver County Area.

On Thursday, May 18, the track team competed at WPIAL Championships.  The top four athletes in each event qualified to compete at states.  Only the top 24 athletes in each event in the region were allowed to compete at WPIALs. The athletes on the team who competed were Isaac Elliott, Samantha Giordani, Mica Hanish, Leuca Hanish, Ethan Trehar, and Harley Steubgen.  Isaac placed first in both the 100 meter dash and the 400 meter dash.  Mica placed third in the 3200 meter run.  Ethan placed fourth in the javelin.  Congratulations to those who competed and good luck to those who will move on to compete at states!