Tuesday, November 7th, 2017

November 7th, 2017
Day 5
Drop D
Lunch - E Period

Please see sports scheduled listed below for November 5th - November 11th, 2017
(The sports schedule is listed at the end of today's announcements)
SENIORS--PLEASE LISTEN TO THIS IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PROGRESS REPORTS AND COLLEGE APPLICATIONS Progress Reports will be distributed during Advisory on Thursday, Nov. 9.  On Monday, November 13th, we will begin sending them to all colleges to which we have submitted early applications, as well as to those colleges withNovember 15th and later deadlines. WE WILL AUTOMATICALLY SEND YOUR PROGRESS REPORT UNLESS YOU NOTIFY US NOT TO SEND IT.  Please see Mrs. Tracy in room 309 or Mrs. Cappelli in room 101 by the end of the day on Thursday if there is a problem with sending your progress report.  
Attention seniors! If you emailed your portraits and/or baby photos to yearbook@arps.org within the past two weeks, please resend them again. Thanks!
"We're excited to have Chef Sam back with us today. This time he'll be cooking and sampling Chicken Banh Mi sandwiches, which merge traditional French and Vietnamese flavors and is cooked with fresh ginger, garlic, soy sauce and lime juice. It is served on a toasted grinder roll, and top it all off with spicy mayo and lightly pickled cole slaw on the side. Try a sample of it today in the cafeteria!"
There will be an informational Swimming/Diving meeting for new swimmers/divers.  If you are interested in joining the team, and making a splash with the Hurricane Swim Team stop by Room 117, @ 3 PM on Thursday, November 9th.
The Women’s Rights Club will continue providing space at lunch for people to participate in the #MeToo campaign. Come write down your story — these will be anonymously displayed around the school the following week. This is an opportunity to share your story and/or learn about the different forms that harassment takes.

Interested in learning more? Come to Women’s Rights Club after school on Monday in room 115 to hear some stories and discuss the campaign! Snacks provided, all are welcome.
Did you know that total cost of a menstrual period (sanitary products, Advil, etc.) runs up to $20,000 in a lifetime?? 
Women's Rights Club is running a TAMPON AND PAD drive all month! All donations will benefit the Amherst Survival Center so that hygiene products can be available to all that need it!
Look for the signs and boxes located around the school to donate what you can, starting on Thursday. Donations should be in sealed boxes or packages. Drive will be up until the end of the month.
We hope that this drive will bring more awareness to a natural part of human experience as well as an important public health need. Without periods, none of us would be here! 
Tonight – Volleyball MIAA Quarter-Final game
at 6:30 p.m. @ home
Ticket prices are $5 for adults $3 for students & seniors
ARHS 3rd French/Francophone Dinner: Come enjoy a night of exciting cultural experience and delicious French cuisine presented by the ARHS French and Culinary Arts students. The cultural show will include students’ research presentations, art exhibits, skits, folk tale presentations, music, singing, dancing, poetry, trivia, a fashion show, and much more! All proceeds will be donated to the French club activity fund. Email Jamie Simonson at simonsonjj@arps.org to buy a ticket today! $10 adults/$5 students/free for kids under 5. Dinner is on Thursday December 7 from 5:30-7:30 pm in the ARHS cafeteria.
JPlease see sports' schedule listed below:

November  6th

§  3:30p West Springfield HS - B/JV/Footbal

November 7th


November 10th

12:00p GIRLS XC - TOP 10 RUN 

November 11th