Please join us on Sunday, January 27th for our Annual Spaghetti Supper. It will be served in the Cafe from 4-7 PM. Take out orders are also available.
We are looking for donations of desserts for the Junior Retreat on Friday, February 1st. We are asking for Junior parent volunteers. Dessert donations can be dropped off in the AHS Front Office any time on Thursday, January 31st and Friday morning (before 10:00 a.m. on Friday). If you have a container you would like returned, please remember to label it. If you know what you plan to bring, please put that in the notes on the sign-up. Thank you so much for your support of our AHS community!
It’s time again to show our love and support for the fabulous faculty and staff at AHS! Knight Network is providing a Luncheon on Wednesday, January 30th. We are asking for Sophomore parent volunteers. Donations can be dropped off in the AHS Front Office on Wednesday, January 30th after 7:30 a.m. If you have a container you would like returned, please remember to label it. If you know what you plan to bring for dessert, please put that in the notes on the sign-up. Knight Network will be taking care of the meal. Thank you so much for your support of our AHS community!
Please see the attached letter that was sent to all Senior parents and students via JMC. It details information on ordering your Graduation Announcements and Cap and Gown.
Please contact Shelli Miller at 563-326-5313 with any questions.
Thursday, December 20 (Finals Periods 1, 2, 3, 5 – Advent Reconciliation 12:45)
Period 1 7:45-8:45
Period 2 8:55-9:55
Period 3 10:05-11:05
Lunch A 11:10-11:35
Period 5A 11:40-12:40 (Seniors must report to Study Halls, if applicable)
Period 5B 11:10-12:10 (Seniors must report to Study Halls, if applicable)
Lunch B 12:15-12:40
Reconciliation in Auditorium 12:45
Friday, December 21 (Finals Periods 4, 6, 7, 8 – 12:15 Dismissal)
Period 4 7:45-8:45
Period 6 8:55-9:55
Period 7 10:05-11:05
Period 8 11:15-12:15
Featured below is the AHS Choir seeing at the Festival of Trees.
Put the Fight the New Drug Presentations on your Calendar: December 5th at the Solon HS Performing Arts Center.
We’re not talking about Opiod or Heroin use – but something equally addictive and destroying far more lives: pornography.
What is the problem with porn? Many don’t realize viewing pornography rewires the brain, forming addictions and affecting behavior. One needs increasingly violent and perverse porn to feed the addiction. It is contributing to depression, anxiety, academic and emotional struggles on a wide scale – across all demographics of teens. It teaches them to objectify and use others. It affects their ability to have authentic relationships. It leaves them feeling confused, helpless and alone. It is harming those caught in the industry. It is driving human trafficking and other violent acts of crime.
It is a wide-scale concern: There are 42 million porn sites – with millions of videos free for a click of the mouse. 76% of porn is assessed on mobile devices. More than 90% of those ages 12-17 have been exposed to hardcore pornography. Once they’re exposed, many keep coming back.
The porn industry will do whatever it takes to keep them coming back. It is an industry that brings in more revenue than the National Football League, Major League Baseball and National Basketball Association combined. They’ll create whatever type of porn is necessary to trap people in the darkness of their abyss.
Ok, What can we do? Get it on your calendar & invite everyone you know to join you on December 5th. Our parents and young people deserve an opportunity to be informed: to learn about porn’s harmful effects on their brain, heart and world. To be equipped with ways to protect themselves, to be empowered to talk without shame and to get free-access to help if struggling with an addiction.