WE WANT YOU TO KNOW
Sophomores, Juniors took Handbook Quiz
10th and 11th graders took a quiz on the Student and Parent Handbook in homeroom on Tuesday, September 5th. They were asked questions about uniforms, lockers, technology and more. Ask your student how he/she scored.
Parents, please review the Student and Parent Handbook with your student so that you are both well informed about the policies and procedures of AHA.
Remember to report Immunizations to the School Nurse
Did your student receive any new immunizations over the summer? Please be sure to send documentation of any new immunizations to school nurse Jan Nordstrom.
Sign up now for University of Mary trip planned for October
AHA junior and senior students have a unique opportunity to travel by coach bus to the University of Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota for a comprehensive college tour on Sunday, October 29 and Monday, October 30. Travel, food and one night’s lodging in a Bismarck hotel is being covered by an AHA benefactor.
Students from a variety of Twin Cities Catholic high schools will attend. This trip will be “first-come, first serve” so sign up with Mr. Foley (room #2238) as soon as possible.
Primary AHA contact and chaperone: Jesse Foley (firstname.lastname@example.org). Students are required to have a signed AHA permission slip from parents/guardians. See itinerary.
Students honored at Academic Reception
Students in the classes of 2018-2020 who met the criteria for an Academic letter in the 2016-17 school year were honored at a morning reception on August 30, 2017. The criteria for high honors is maintaining a year-to-date (YTD) grade point average (GPA) of 3.6667 or higher and the criteria for scholar of distinction is a YTD GPA of 4.0 or higher. See the list.
Booster Club passes are available online
The AHA Booster Club sponsors a pass that is available for purchase and provides admission to all home athletic events (excluding hockey and MSHSL tournaments) and admission to all home fine art activities. The pass application is available here.
Senior Pictures are due by Oct. 17th
Senior Parents: Reminder that graduation portraits, senior quotes and optional yearbook ads are due Tuesday, October 17th. Students may chose to use their Lifetouch photo instead of a professional portrait. Get the information.
Fall AAA Driver Education Classes Announced
AAA has a comprehensive teen driver education program that includes: Classroom instruction, a parent/guardian night, a driver impact panel, and behind-the-wheel lessons. Students receive an AAA How to Drive Textbook and the Minnesota Driving Manual. Behind-the-Wheel lessons are available at both AHA and AAA St. Louis Park.
Dates: October 24, 26, 30, 31, November 2, 6, 7, 9, 13 and 14
Time: 3:00 - 6:15pm
Parent Night: October 24th from 4:45-6:15pm
Students are able to start the classroom portion of driver education at age 14.5. If a student is unable to attend all sessions, make-up options are available at AAA St. Louis Park. For more information about registering for AAA Driving School classes or to schedule a Behind–the-Wheel lesson, call (952) 927-2602 or visit aaa.com/drivingschool.com For residents outside of Hennepin County, use zip code 55416 to access the AAA Minneapolis website.