Senior High School
A NMSI AP English Literature and Language teacher training session was held on March 8 at Ambridge Area High School. More than 80 teachers from schools all over the East Coast participated in the training. AAHS teachers Mrs. Briola and Mrs. Bogati were participants in the training sessions.
The District was pleased to host the event and have the opportunity to showcase the High School campus.
We would like to extend the following information for the Community Event hosted via Penn State Beaver:
Drug Awareness Night: Parent/Guardian Session: ADULT ONLY
When: March 5, 2019
Where: Penn State Beaver- Beaver Campus - 100 University Drive Monaca, PA 15061
Time: 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Adult Only - The parent/guardian session will take place on the evening of March 5th from 7:00-8:30. Participants will learn about the Act 53 Involuntary Commitment Hearing Process of minors into drug and alcohol treatment. Keystone Wellness Programs is sponsoring Foward/U, where participants will have the opportunity to explore a staged teen bedroom, filled with hidden signs of dangerous behaviors. This is an adult only event, no children will be permitted due to the sensitive nature of the subject matter discussed.
If planning to attend, please register at the following link: Registration Link: http://bit.ly/DrugAwarenessNight2019
Seven AAHS students have distinguished themselves by their induction into the Tri-M Honor Society, chapter 3967 at Ambridge Area High School.MacKenzie Dugan, Bethany Fritsch, Amanda Hicks, Claire Matzie, Molly Moore, Carlina Powell, and Kamryn Rudolph were inducted on February 11, after meeting all of the required criteria for membership. This criteria includes: maintaining an “A” average in all music classes and a “B” average in all other classes, participation in at least two music ensembles, teacher recommendations, and a public performance in either a solo capacity, or a small group.
The Tri-M Music Honor Society is an international music honor society for middle/junior high and high school students. It is designed to recognize students for their academic and musical achievements, reward them for their accomplishments and service activities, and to inspire other students to excel at music and leadership. Through more than 4,500 chartered chapters, Tri-M has helped thousands of young people provide years of service through music in schools throughout the world. Tri-M was founded in 1936 by Alexander and Frances Harley, incorporated and renamed Modern Music Masters in 1952, and in 1983 recognized as the Tri-M Music Honor Society, a program of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME).