Students of the Six Weeks - 1.28.2021
Little Women - 1.22.2021
JROTC Change of Command - 1.13.2021
FFA Show - 1.9.2021
FullenStrong - 12.26.2020
Choir - 12.14.2020
JROTC - 11.13.2020
Volleyball - 11.4.2020
Football - 10.23.2020
Tennis - 10.21.2020
Spirit Week - Twin Day 9.30.2020
Gold Rush - 9.16.2020
Fair Parade - 9.12.2020

EAGLENEWS


New Choice of SubjectsFORM
Class of 2022 – Upcoming Seniors Choice of Subjects Form
Class of 2023 – Upcoming Juniors Choice of Subjects Form
Class of 2024 – Upcoming Sophomores Choice of Subjects Form
Class of 2025 – Upcoming Freshmen Choice of Subjects Form



TAFEOfficers
If you are interested in being an officer for TAFE next year, pick up an application from Mrs. Roberson in room 4102 across from cosmetology.


TOP25
Monday, April 26th – Top 25 Announcements

ACADEMICAs
Wednesday, April 28th – Academic A’s Presentation- Auditorium – 5:30


BandPanoramic
Thursday, April 29th – Senior and Band Panoramic Picture


SENIORPROM
Saturday May 1 from 7:30 – 11:00 pm
Abilene Convention Center
“Twilight in the Garden”
Dinner TX Roadhouse from 7:30 – 8:45.
Tickets $50.00 per person or $100.00 per couple ($50 no matter what).
Purchase tickets April 19-23—fines must be paid before purchasing tickets.
Permission slips for non-AHS guests are in Mrs. Guerra’s office (Mr. Garcia’s secretary) and are due by Wednesday April 28.
Cinderella’s Closet is open—please see Mrs. Hansley, Mrs. Bush, Ms. Stacia Everett, or Mrs. Jordan if you need a dress.


COSMETOLOGYAPPLICATIONS
If you are interested in joining cosmetology, come by room 4101 to get an application.


E.O.C.Testing
EOC Testing – English 1 Tuesday, April 6
English 2 Thursday, April 8
Alg 1 Tuesday, May 4
US Hist Wednesday, May 5
Bio Thursday, May 6


A.P.Testing
AP TestingMay 3-17


Yearbook 3.22.2021
Click here to Order 2021 yearbooks online at balfour.com
If you missed last year’s yearbook, we have a limited number of 2020 yearbooks still available.
Call 325-677-1731 to make purchase arrangements.


V.O.E.FORMS
Students, if you need a Verification of Enrollment (VOE) for driver license purposes, you must request the form 24 hours in advance.
Click here for a printable request form:  VOE Request Form


PROJECTGRADUATION
2021 Project Grad
PARENT VOLUNTEER MEETING April 27 at 6:30 PM – AHS West Cafeteria.
If you cannot attend the meeting, but want to volunteer at the event, please contact Cheryl Macke 325-665-4203 or Jane Voss 325-829-7137


BUSTAGS
Bus riders… Starting now you will need a bus tag to ride the bus.  Stop by Ms. Guerra’s office to pick up your bus tag.  You will not be able to ride the bus without a pass.


Senior Parent Meeting Video


PTAAdopt-A-Teacher
Click here to sign up for Adopt-A Teacher


MASKS&IDS
Eagles….ID’s and Mask are required at all times. Mask are to cover both the nose and the mouth.


MorningARRIVAL
Front Foyer Off Limits
Front Porch Off Limits
Front of Campus Off Limits
No large gatherings



Freshman Orientation Website

FRESHMANOrientation Website

Click here to visit the freshman orientation website, set up to answer questions for the class of 2024.

 

 

 

 


AHS Face MaskEAGLEMASKS
Logo masks are available for purchase in the front office for $10.

 


AHS PTA


FOOD DELIVERIES
Students…This is a reminder that  AISD does not allow food to be delivered to students from any food delivery service at any time during the day.  If you have food delivered, it must be delivered via parent or guardian and only during lunchtime.


Parking Lot Restrictions
We are still having major problems with Students parking in the Teacher Parking Lots and Spots.  Students are only allowed to park in the West Student Parking Lot and in the north half of the North Parking Lot by the Softball Field (Do not park in front of the soccer/football field).  Please do not park in numbered spots as they belong to Teachers and Staff.  Also please do not park in the middle row of the Mockingbird Parking Lot by band hall and cafeteria.  Tickets are being issued to violators.


Parking
STUDENTS – If you are driving to school, you MUST register your vehicle with Mrs. McKeehan in Room 1504.
Please bring copy of Proof of Insurance, Drivers’ License, and $5 for a Parking Hang Tag.
Students are not allowed to park in Teacher Parking.
There will be consequences for violators.


Student IDs
All replacement IDs will be $5.00. All students must have a current ID and wear it at ALL times while on campus and at school
activities. You must have your ID to sit in the student section at Eagle football games.


Student Meal Prices
Breakfast $2.00 [Reduced Price Breakfast $0.30]
Lunch $3.00 [Reduced Price Lunch $0.40]


 College & Vaccines
ATTENTION SENIORS, AND ALL STUDENTS APPLYING FOR COLLEGE, DUAL CREDITS OR HOLLAND:
YOU MAY NEED SOME VACCINES.  IF YOU ARE UNCLEAR, PLEASE SEE ONE OF THE NURSES FOR INFORMATION AND A COPY OF YOUR VACCINE RECORD.

SHOUTOUTS


District Golf Champion


Students of the Six Weeks



AHS UIL



UIL Journalism 2021



Creative Writing Winners


Regional Powerlifting



JROTC Cadets Shout Out



2020-2021 Football Awards



January 28, 2021
2021_01_28_Students of the Six Weeks



January 21, 2021


November 13, 2020
Week4_MsVanderpol


November 13, 2020
Week4_MsVanderpol


October 23, 2020
Week2_Ms Miller


September 30, 2020
TOW_Week 2


September 23, 2020
Mr Hendrickson


March 6, 2020
Boys Track 3.6.2020


AISD Impact Award
February 10, 2020
AISD Impact award


DEBATE
February 1&2, 2020
several students competed in the Canyon and Tascosa Debate Tournaments. Christian Medina advanced to finals in the Canyon Congress Contest. Jane Anne Carroll advanced to the semi-finals in Informative Speaking in both tournaments; she placed 7th in Canyon and 6th in Tascosa in Domestic Extempt. Sonia Liu qualified for the Texas Forensics Association State Tournament by placing 2nd in Congress at Canyon and 1st in Congress at Tascosa.


ATHLETE COLLEGE SIGNINGS
February 5, 2020
Congratulations to Colton Wilson, Dylan Wright, Jaxon Smith, Davonta Mayes, Khalil Spivey and Jorge Hernandez . These students will be signing with HSU.
National Signing Day


National Custodian DayNational Custodian Day
October 2, 2019
We would like to recognize the hard work that it takes to keep our school in tip-top shape as well as the people who diligently work, to make sure that Abilene High is spotless and sanitary. Custodians are our first line of defense of the war on germs and often, it’s a thankless task. So, on National Custodian Day,  we show our appreciation to the custodians who clean the offices and classrooms that you frequent. As far we’re concerned, custodians are some of the hardest-working people in our business!

AHSHAPPENINGS


RetirementReception
Retirement Reception


PALS Angel Tree

PALS Angel TreeThank you AHS for your generosity! We adopted 75 Angels this year. So many children will have a Merry Christmas because of your giving spirit!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Upcoming Events

Mon 10

AP testing

May 10 - May 14
Sat 29

AHS Graduation

May 29 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm