WHAT: Student-athletes at Arroyo Grande High School and their parents will get a strong dose of reality about the world of college recruiting from national keynote speaker Jack Renkens. In an eye-opening presentation, Renkens will share with the audience the lessons he’s learned during many years as a high school and college coach, athletic director and parent of a high school athlete. He founded Recruiting Realities for the express purpose of debunking the myths and presenting the facts about athletic recruiting for student-athletes, their families, coaches and school counselors.
WHO: Jack’s highly sought after program has been featured at thousands of schools across the United States, on numerous television programs and at sports camps from coast to coast. In addition, he is a weekly contributor to several major newspapers and magazines. His message about collegiate athletic recruiting is simple: “It’s a game … Know the rules.”
WHY: High School student-athletes serious about continuing to play sports in college can never start too early, nor get too much help. However, most students don’t know the recruiting game, NCAA rules or how to get matched with the best college for them. Jack will clarify recruiting myths and provide tips to parents and students serious about taking their high school athletics to the next level.
WHERE/WHEN: Arroyo Grande High School Multi-Purpose Room
Wednesday, September 27th at 7:00 p.m.
INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITIES: Recruiting Expert, Jack Renkens (608) 239-3160 or (800) 242-0165
Stephen Field, Athletic Director (805) 474-3200 Ext. 2261
CONTACT: Lucy A. Cohen, email@example.com (480) 540-0040
Each year public schools invite parents to come together with teachers, students, administrators and other staff members at the school to form the School Site Council (SSC). The Council strives to achieve the highest level of academic, social, and emotional excellence for all students. It is the SSC’s purpose to improve student achievement, increase school-wide effectiveness, and over time better prepare students to be productive workers and responsible citizens.
The following is a summary of the SSC’s major goals:
*Annually develop, update and approve the school plan and budget
*Implement the District Parent Involvement Policy
*Evaluate the effectiveness of the school programs and services
The participant on the SSC should be those individuals who are most affected by the operation of their school and should have a major role in the decisions regarding how the school functions.
SENIOR PHOTOS - Don’t miss this opportunity to have your picture in the yearbook! Our photography teacher, Mr. Clarke has offered to take senior yearbook photos of students in his photography studio September 11-15. Schedule an appointment now with Mr. Bledsoe in room 603.
SENIOR PHOTO DEADLINE - Senior photos are due to the yearbook October 6. Don’t wait until the last minute to schedule your session with a photographer. Information at: www.AghsYearbook.com
Class of 2018 Photo is available for purchase at the AGHS Webstore!
Student Services > Student Business Office > AGHS Webstore
Available for In-Person Purchase at the Student Business Office:
Reserved Seating Football Passes - $60 per person (less than 40 seats remaining)
All Sports Fall Pass with Reserved Seating for Football - $100 per person
Available for Online Purchase or In-Person at the Student Business Office
Girls Volleyball - $50 per person
Football (non-reserved seating) - $40 per person
Boys Water Polo - $36 per person
All Sports Fall Pass - $80 (non-reserved seating)
Beginning August 17, 2017 AGHS will be open to purchase or pick up approved annual parking permits to licensed student drivers. STUDENTS MUST APPLY ONLINE by logging into their school Google account and completing the online application. The application has a 48 hour processing time. After the permit is approved, the student is notified through their school Google email how to purchase their approved permit.
A total of 425 annual permits will be sold on a first come, first serve basis between August 17, 2017 and September 15, 2017. Permits will be sold for $20.00 with an ASB card and $30.00 without an ASB card. Starting September 18, 2017 tickets will be issued for all non-permitted vehicles.
Between September 17, 2017 and September 29, 2017, non-licensed drivers will be able to purchase reserve permits at the prices listed above. Reserve permits are subject to the same requirements as valid permits and will be issued once the driver obtains a valid driver license and proof of vehicle insurance.
AGHS has finalized the wifi upgrade and is encouraging students to Bring Your Own Device. This is not required but is helpful in taking your student's learning to the next level. Please see the attached flyer for more info.
One app - all access to your student(s) in LMUSD.
Items of Interest:
Search for Lucia Mar in the Apple or Google Play Store
Reserved spaces are available on August 8th until sold out. See Olivia in the Student Business Office, Monday through Friday, 9AM - 3PM - closed daily for lunch 12PM - 1PM.
ALL SENIOR TRANSCRIPTS WERE MAILED BY JUNE 21ST TO THE COLLEGE INDICATED ON THE STUDENT'S SENIOR SURVEY, PLEASE ALLOW TIME FOR COLLEGES TO PROCESS. The AGHS Records Office will be closed from 6/29 - 7/9. You may request a transcript at www.aghseagles.org Click on STUDENT SERVICES and select transcript request. Education Verifications must be FAX'd to (805)473-5516. Transcript requests received after June 29th will be processed the week of July 10th.