(Students entering grade 9 in August of 2017) While the initial application window of February 1 through March 1 has ended, students who would like to be considered for admission to ATEMS for the 2017-2018 school year may still complete an application. Applications submitted after March 1 will be reviewed and considered throughout the summer.
While the initial application window of February 1 through March 1 has ended, students who would like to be considered for admission to ATEMS for the 2017-2018 school year may still complete an application. Applications submitted after March 1 will be reviewed and considered throughout the summer.
As a student enrolled in Dual Credit/AP English Literature and Composition, you are required to read How to Read Literature like a Professor by Thomas Foster before school begins.
It is a requirement for each student taking Dual Credit/AP English Language and Composition to read In Cold Blood by Truman Capote during the summer and thus be prepared to discuss the book at the beginning of school.
On February 7, 2017, several students and sponsors will be traveling to Waco to participate in TSTC’s Challenger Learning Center on their campus in Waco
Good morning, ATEMS. Today is Thursday, May 25, 2017. Welcome to the last day of school.
The courtyard (outernet) and the front of the building will be off limits for lunch for the rest of the year.
From Rusty West, I have made a Google Form and sent it out to Robotics members. If you are in Robotics, complete the form. Email Rusty if you did not get the form but would like one. The Google Form is for Robotics over the summer, and you need to sign up for remind using the information in the form.
If you are off campus 7th period and ordered a yearbook, you need to go see your 6th period teacher before school, between classes, or after school. Do not ask to leave class to get your book.
You will not be permitted to leave class to get someone to sign your yearbook, to be late as a result of someone signing your yearbook, or to have yearbooks out in class. Please make sure the yearbook does not become a distraction in any learning environments.
Senior pictures for the class of 2018 (current juniors) will be taken over the summer by Wayne Hennington Photography. These photos will be featured in next year’s yearbook. Wayne Hennington will be located in the West Cafeteria of Abilene High School from 8:00 - 3:30 July 17 - July 28. Men should wear a collared shirt and women should wear modest attire. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. West.
If you registered for a dual credit class and have not returned the Dual Credit Parent/Guardian and Student Agreement to your teacher or to Mrs. Castillo, you must do so by tomorrow.
From Mrs. Castillo, students, please return all dual credit paperwork to Mrs. Castillo ASAP. Please make sure you have completed the online application. You may still return paperwork to the front desk until June 13. Thanks for your help and cooperation.
Students please submit all volunteer hour service forms for credit this year. Any volunteer service performed during the summer will count for next year. Remember that you committed to serving 10 hours per school year for a minimum of 40 hours. You may always serve more.
Conference Activities /Service Project
3x3 Basketball Tournament - Saturday, October 1; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Flag Football Tournament - Saturday, February 4; 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Paint Fight-September 27; 4-5 p.m.
Play Faire Park - Thursday, September 22; 6-9 p.m.
Mr. Gatti’s Night - Tuesday, November 1; 6-9 p.m.
Frisbee Throw - March 8; 4 pm-5:30 p.m.
Game Night - November 9; 5 pm-7 p.m.
The Walk to End Alzheimer's - Saturday, September 17, 2016
Partner with Keep Abilene Beautiful - Clean Up Adopted Highway (behind Holiday Inn/Lowes) - Fall Date TBD