Monday, September 20, 2010

Hunter's Highlights

Ardmore students are taking the AHSGE during the week of September 20. We have several different groups of students taking the exam depending on their grade level and whether or not they have previously passed the test. We encourage everyone taking the test to get a good night’s sleep and give their best effort.

The fall sports season is moving right along. Many of you may not know that Ardmore now has a Cross Country Team. This is the second year for the team and they are coached by Coach Brenda Morrow. We have been to several meets and continue to improve as we gain more experience. The runners have worked extremely hard and we are very proud of their effort.

Volleyball and football continue their seasons and it is hard to believe but the seasons are very close to being half-way over. Homecoming is October 1st this year and we are looking forward to all the fun activities associated with this exciting week. We encourage everyone to come out and support all of our sports teams as they represent Ardmore High School.

Our band recently participated in the Band Exhibition hosted by East Limestone High School. As usual our band did a wonderful job and we are very proud of the band and Mr. Nelson for their hard work and dedication. The band will be traveling to Gordo for a competition in the near future so visit the website for more details.

We encourage everyone to stay in touch with Ardmore High School by using all the tools at your disposal. We have the website, “Notify Me” e-mail system, Ardmore High School Blog, and Twitter to help parents stay in touch with the school. We also have an automated calling system that we used in order to notify parents of current events. We are having issues with our computer system so if the call isn’t going to the correct person please be patient.

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