Thursday, October 08, 2015

Arnold High School . . . A Quantum Learning School

8 Keys of Excellence

  The 8 Keys of Excellence character education program guides young people toward a positive future full of confidence, motivation, creativity, team work, leadership and valuable life principles.


 Building character in students through the 8 Keys of Excellence helps young people realize their greatness and enables schools to achieve better results.

School Advisory Council Information

WHAT IS School Advisory Council?

The AHS Advisory Council is a link between the school and the stakeholders in the 
local community. The stakeholders are PARENTS, business people, community members,
students, professional educators and other school staff. The majority (at least 51%) of 
council members must be non-school employees. SAC is a resource to the school
and school principal, Keith Bland. The term “advisory” is intended to mean: assist,
suggest, recommend, inform and consult. The investment in time is small but the return
on your investment in our school is great. 


Come and share ideas, suggestions and recommendations to make our school the best for 
teachers, staff and students. Get an update on how our students and school is doing. 
It is part of our School Improvement Plan to increase communication with parents and increase the percentage of parents attending the monthly SAC meetings. SAC is not a fundraising based organization.
Research has shown that when parents are involved in school, children go farther in school and 
the schools they go to are better!



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Daily Announcements




 -Math tutoring has started. Mondays from 7:30-8:30 in Mrs. Patton's room Bldg 1-202 and from 3:15-4:15 in Mrs. Smith's room bldg 5-207. On Tuesdays it is from 7:30-8:30 in Coach Flaig's room bldg 1-213 and from 3:15-4:15 in Mrs. Steele's room bldg 1-225. On Wednesdays it is from 3:15-4:15 in Mr. Bell's room Bldg 5-205. On Thursdays it is from 7:30-8:30 in Mrs. Bourgeois room bldg 1-211.

-Homecoming shirts are on sale in collegiate studies

-If you pre-ordered a senior shirt you can pick them up before or after school in mrs. Goss’ room

-Any senior that hasn’t taken there senior  portrait needs to sign up in guidance.

-Sign up for the ASVAB! Test Date: Monday, October 26th Test Time: 8:00am-12:00pm Test Location: library

-We have a Coats for Kids donation box in the front office. Please donate a coat, hoodie etc. to those in need

-Students All sport passes are on sale in guidance for 60 dollars. This allows you to get into all home games for all Arnold sports.

-Botany Club open garden Saturday morning from 10-2. Members will be preparing the greenhouse and surrounding area for future usage.

-Join the Spanish club! They meet every Tuesday morning at 7:45 in mrs. Payano’s room.

-The first botany club meetings will be Tuesday and Thursday morning next week at 8 a.m. in Mrs. Watson classroom in bldg. 4 across from the green house

-Attention sophomores! If you are interested in being a foreign exchange student next year the application deadline is November 1.

-FSU/PC is having their Annual College Readiness Night on October 15th from 5:30pm-7:30pm! You must RSVP

-Girls Golf will be taking orders for long sleeve hoodies during both lunches.

-Attention, Beta Club members!  Our next meeting will be Today in the cafeteria at 3:10.  Please plan to attend.

-Pep Club is sponsoring a Spirit Bus to the Pensacola Game on October 16th. Members pay a $5.00 reservation fee to Mr. Stephenson in bld.5-202

-Today the swim team will compete in the Bay County Championship at Frank Brown park at 4:45pm. Come out and support our team!

-Seniors! The first bus for the Grad Bash trip is filled and the waiting list for the second bus is growing.  If you would like to attend bring your $100 deposit to Ms. Dawn.  Oct. 23rd will be the last day to sign up!

 -Yearbooks are on sale for $55 during both lunches.

-Peer tutoring, sponsored by the National Honor Society, every Tuesday's from 3 p.m. until 4 p.m. in the Media Center.

-If you need volunteer hours there are opportunities available with collegiate studies. Stop by the collegiate studies office for more information

-Congrats to the Freshman Sweethearts: Alayna Fowler and Sam Overman, the Sophomore Sweethearts: Jordan Miles and Branson Stuckey, the Junior Sweethearts: Olivia Williams and Richie McClanahan, and the Senior Sweethearts: Sydney Smith and Paul Patterson

-There will be fields of faith next Wednesday night, October 14, at 6 pm at Tommy Oliver Stadium

-Good Luck to the volleyball team as they travel to take on Moseley tonight. The pep club theme is Denim out. Jv starts at 5 and varsity starts at 6.

-Congrats to the girls golf team for winning county yesterday. Way to Go Marlins!

-The homecoming dance will be Wed 10/21 in the cafeteria. It will start immediately after the bonfire/luau and end at 10pm. Tickets are $5 and will be on sale in the lunchroom during lunch and in front of the band room after school Monday Oct 19 - Wed Oct 21. Tickets will also be sold at the door. Drinks will be available for $1. Semi-Formal Attire is suggested but casual is acceptable as well.

-JV Football plays @ Mosley Tonight at 6. The Pep Club theme is “Denim Out”.

-Varsity Football Friday night Marlins play the Rams kick off is @ 7pm.

 -If you have an announcement or pictures that you would like to have on Wave TV please email them to


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