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Greatness Begins at Alhambra Traditional School . . .
and Lasts a LIFETIME!
 
Thursday Notice

THURSDAY NOTICE

Week of April 21, 2014

You’re invited to attend

Alhambra School District’s Learning Community Workshop

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 – 1:30-3:30 p.m.

Alhambra School District – 4510 N. 37th Ave.

Childcare provided for children 3-years and older.

Workshop topic: Understanding the Legislative Process

Presented by: State Representative Jonathan Larkin

RSVP by calling 602-336-2226 by April 21, 2014.


Teacher Request Forms

are available in the school office

through Friday, April 25, 2014.



TEACHER REQUEST FORMS FOR

2014-15 SCHOOL YEAR

will be available in the school through Friday, April 25, 2014.


 

Mark your calendars for these exciting events….

School Community Building Activity @

Peter Piper Pizza & Great Skate

Friday, April 18, 2014

 

Honor’s Awards Night

Friday, April 25, 2014

6:30 p.m.  – Sevilla Multi-Purpose Room

&

Bring Your Parent to School Day

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

(Informational flyer coming home soon.)




Important April Dates:


School Community Building Activity @ Peter Piper & Great Skate………..4/18

Half-Day Staff Development (Early Release for Students)…………………4/23

1:30 p.m. Parent Learning Community – District Office…………………….4/23

6:30 p.m. Parent Leadership Ambassador Meeting…………………………4/24

6:30 p.m. Honors Awards Night @ Sevilla MPR…………………………….4/25

Bring My Parent To School Day……………………………………………….4/30

3 p.m. Jr. High Band/Choir Concert………………………………………......4/30

 

 

Important May Dates:

9:15 a.m. Parent Involvement Meeting……………………………...5/5

Teacher Appreciation Week…………………………………….5/5-5/9

School Nutrition Employee Appreciation Week………………..5/5-5/9

Half-Day Staff Development (Early Release for Students)……........5/7

National School Nurse Day…………………………………………5/7

6 p.m. Promotion Dance…………………………………………….5/9

9:15 a.m. Community Breakfast…………………………………...5/12

4:30 p.m. PTO/SCC Meetings……………………………………..5/13

6:30 p.m. Alhambra Board Meeting (District Office)……………..5/15

9:15 a.m. Class Switch Day………………………………………..5/19

5:30 p.m. 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony @ Sevilla MPR……….5/19

9 a.m. 8th Grade Activity Day……………………………………...5/21

Class Parties (last hour of class)…………………………………...5/21

Last Day of School (Early Release for Students)………………….5/22






High Five Winner
Katherine "Katie" West
Superintendent's High Five

Katie exemplifies a fantastic attitude towards learning, working with her peers, and life in general.  She has a smile that lights up a room and is just a “rainbow of pure delight,” as Dr. Lopeman once described her.  Katherine has a bright future ahead of her.  She has aspirations to attend college and become a veterinarian and intends to care for animals of all kinds. With this type of service and exemplary work ethic, we are confident that she will achieve any dream she aspires to.  Katie embodies the traits of the Superintendent’s High Five Program and is an ideal recipient of this award.
High Five Winner
Katie Turner
Superintendent's High Five

Katie Turner is a sixth grade student who consistently challenges herself each day.  Whether she is trying to take on the task of learning a new math concept, or working to perfect her overhand volleyball serve in P.E., Katie approaches these activities with a positive attitude and a smile.  She is a humble and quiet leader.  Katie is the type of person to lead by example.  Her quiet confidence and steller academic performance make her ideal for The Superintendent’s High Five Award.

 

Our Most Recent High Five Winners



Isabelle Thompson


Congratulations to Isabelle Thompson, second grader in Mrs. Davidson's class.  She was recently recognized for demonstrating the Superintendent's High Five:  excellent character, attendance, academics, team work, and service to her community. 


Yuna Kang


Congratulations to Yuna Kang, fourth grader in Mrs. Stegen's class.  She received the Superintendent's High Five Award for her outstanding academics, attendance, team work, character, and service to community. 

Lizette Mier

Superintendent’s High Five Winner

The entire ATS Family is celebrating eighth grader Lizette Mier, winner of the prestigious Superintendent’s High Five Award.  Lizette is finding her greatness on many levels.  She was recently elected Student Council President and participated on the 8th Grade Girls Volleyball team competing and winning all the way to the championship.  Lizette’s academic and professional goals are extraordinary.  She has consistently exceeded the standard on the AIMS test; maintains her position on Principal's Honor Role each year; plans on obtaining a degree in psychology; and looks forward to becoming a published author in her field.  Lizette is a high flyer in all respects and her best is yet to come.  Way to go, Lizette!

My Core Belief and Commitment to the ATS Community

The Alhambra School District Superintendent, Dr. Karen Williams, has guided all school principals to articulate their core commitments.  As principal of Alhambra Traditional School, I am proud to share mine with the ATS Family:


I believe that each child is capable of greatness and deserves to be viewed, treated, and taught as if they are capable of great accomplishments.  I promise to cultivate an environment that seeks and develops every child's greatness.

Dr. Tracey Lopeman

ATS Family Style Fun

 

ATS Families celebrated the start of the school year with pizza and games at Peter Piper Pizza, an event coordinated by our PTO.  Hundreds of families attended strengthening the ties that bind our community.  The smiles prove it was a great night!




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