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  • Good morning, ATEMS. Today is Thursday, May 26.  Welcome to the last day of school.

    Teachers, please check for Dress Code violations and IDs now.  

    Students, you must return the form you were given by your English teacher to your English teacher today.  If you do not have it today, please bring it tomorrow.

    Juniors, volunteers are needed to hand out programs at graduation on Saturday.  Community service hours will be awarded to any student who volunteers.  If you are interested, please see Mrs. West.

    Students taking the Autodesk Inventor certification test have been assigned mandatory tutorials - don’t forget.  See Mr. Haney about scheduling a time to take your test.

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ATEMS Top 10 Percent Graduates for the Class of 2016

Top 10%  
 
Our Senior Class of 2016 is filled with a wonderful group of diverse students.  They are accomplished, driven, and destined for great things.  Among these seniors, there are five that we would like to recognize as earning the distinguished rank of the top ten percent of their graduating class.  They are listed as follows, in rank order:
 
1. Clark Neil
2. Daniel Hutton
3. Nora Loeung
4. Jesse Sahabo
5. Christopher Bourn
 
Congratulations Class of 2016!!!   

Angelo State University Signing Day 

On April 24, 2016, twelve of ATEMS seniors signed letters of intent to attend ASU in the Fall of 2016.  Each of these seniors earned academic scholarships to ASU for their hard work and perseverance throughout their high school career.  Congratulations and good luck!!!
 
 

 ATEMS UIL Academic Regional Qualifiers

 On April 23, 2016, ATEMS sent two individuals and two teams to compete in Arlington in UIL Academics.  Cameron Smith competed in Ready Writng, coached by Brian Castleberry.  Cameron placed second in district.  Jack Bradfield competed in Computer Applications, coached by Melissa Kelley.  Jack placed fourth in district.  Erin Luna, Jesse Sahabo, Alyssa Guzman, and Noe Murillo competed as a team and as individuals in Calculator Applications, coached by Stephen Valdez.  Erin placed first in district, Jesse placed second in district, Alyssa placed third in district, and Noe placed fourth in district.  Joel Brown, Ian Borhters, Robert Davidsion, and Jordan Shifflett competed as a team and as individuals in Spelling and Vocabulary, coached by Nathan Monroe.  Joel placed first in district and Ian placed second in district.  Congratulations individuals, teams, and coaches!!!  We are SO proud of you!!!
 
 UIL

 ATEMS Awards Assembly

 The annual ATEMS Awards Assembly is on May 23, 2016 at 9:00 am.  The ceremony will be held at the Abilene Civic Center.

 
ATEMS Service Events
All students are encouraged to participate in every event.

Date

Service Event

Hosted by   

September 19      

Walk to End Alzheimer's  

Big XII

December

Feast of Sharing                                                                  

ACC

Nov. – Jan.

Jeremiah’s Hope

Pac 12

March 1

Food Bank

C-USA

April

Kiwanis Pancake

SEC

 

ATEMS Conference Activities
All students are encouraged to participate in every activity. 

Date

Activity

Hosted by

September 24

Play Faire Park

Pac 12

October 20

Game Night @ ATEMS

C-USA

November 14

Flag Football Tournament

Big XII

February 11

Mr. Gatti’s

Pac 12

February 13

3 x 3 Basketball Tournament

Big XII

April 5

Prime Time Bowling

ACC

April 19

Ultimate Frisbee @ ATEMS

C-USA

 
 

 
ATEMS School Day
 
8:30 a.m. – 3:35 p.m.
 

Academy of Technology, Engineering, Math & Science 

 
As a 21st century school, ATEMS embraces rigor in both traditional core learning areas and in skills typically not taught as a part of a traditional curriculum. The Academy is a unique school in Abilene ISD and will help revolutionize the educational experience of high school students across the Big Country. The overall goal of ATEMS is not only to increase student achievement in math and science, but also to inspire students by exposing them to rigorous “real world” problems and issues using research-based, proven curriculum. 
The campus is technology-rich, mimicking the workplace where all participants have access to the technological tools they need to complete their work.
 
The campus is fully wireless with a 1:1 computer ratio for all students and facilitators. When projects are completed, external evaluators from a variety of business and education fields come to grade student presentations and final products. All students at the Academy will complete four years of math and science and meet all state requirements for the recommended graduation plan. Upon high school graduation from ATEMS, students will have had the opportunity to accrue at least 30 college hours and participate in capstone or internships with local businesses. 
 

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