There is much to share, as this edition of the Principal’s Corner shares with the AHA community the many changes coming to AHA for the 2017-18 school year.
Changes to the AHA Staff There are a handful of teachers that we’d like to s
ay goodbye and best wishes to:
Mrs. Robin Whatley – Happy Retirement!
Mrs. Dubien – best of luck in your future endeavors
Ms. Rona Morrison – Happy Retirement!
Mrs. Allred – best of luck in your future endeavors
Mrs. Vojacsek – enjoy being back home on the East Coast in Delaware!
Mrs. Stafford – enjoy that baby boy and the rest of your family!
Please help me in welcoming Mrs. Deanna Boggess and Ms. Kelly Maize to our family. Mrs. Boggess comes to us from the AHA CV campus as our new K-8 Paraprofessional. She will be replacing Ms. Kristen Gressley’s position, as Ms. Gressley has agreed to become our new 8th grade teacher!
Ms. Maize will be our new K-12 Art teacher along with course offerings in Drama/Theatre, and Photography. We are thrilled to have her join our team and ecstatic to bring back the performing arts!
Mrs. Sudol will be looping with her Kinders that she had this year and will be our 1st grade teacher next year, replacing Mrs. Whatley.
There are some structural changes coming to our SPED Dept. Mrs. Donovan will still be with AHA and her office will still be here on campus. She will be writing IEP’s and scheduling IEP’s for 3 other Edkey Inc. campuses, including ours. The SPED teacher that we are seeking to hire will be responsible for servicing those on an IEP or 504 Plan.
AHA is actively seeking qualified educators for the following vacancies:
Title I Reading Coordinator
3rd Grade Teacher
We are excited to announce that for grades 10, 11, and 12, there will be extended opportunities during the school day to take either their Foreign Language requirement (with Rosetta Stone), a Sequoia Choice High School course (that AHA doesn’t offer or can’t accommodate into the student’s schedule), or a Yavapai College online course (to get ahead and receive tuition reimbursed college credits). We will prioritize in that order. If they haven’t taken their foreign language yet, that must be completed first….then a Choice course, and then a Yavapai course.
Putting a bow on the end of the academic year…
The month of May “may” be short on letters, but it’s never short of fun and excitement at AHA!
- Square Dancing in the Gym
- Mother’s Day Tea
- Sports Banquet and Auction
- Senior’s Breakfast at Black Bear Diner
- High School Senior Graduation
- 8th grade Promotion
- Art and Field Day
- Shakespeare Day
- Water Day and Pizza!
I am proud to also announce a new date on the calendar for next school year…
“Donuts with Dad/Pancakes with Papa”!
2017-18 school calendars are being emailed soon!
I hope you are enjoying your summer! As always, please email me any questions or comments you may have @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Until next month,