School News

Can Characters Reflect Novels
Students in Mrs. Geesner's 6th grade Language Arts class had to choose a character from their novel to create a can character using a Pringles can. Inside the can, they had to have three objects that represented the character and then they had to think of three adjectives that accurately described their character. Once the project was completed, they had to present it to their class.

PE Class Encourages Team Building

Ms. Brock's PE class for the first two days of 2nd quarter have been working on team building activities. Today's activity was called Toxic River. They have to get their entire group over using 5 pieces of equipment.



AHS receives OHSAA Sportsmanship Award

Congratulations to Amelia High School for receiving the Harold A. Meyer & Respect the Game Challenge Awards. AHS is one of a few schools to receive this prestigious recognition in honor of Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity. 
Respect the Game Challenge,’ schools must complete a comprehensive checklist that confirms the various sportsmanship, ethics and integrity programs within their school. 
Besides developing a well-planned, educational program on sportsmanship, the list reminds schools to develop a comprehensive student-athlete campaign; a coaches campaign; a student body, student support group, parents and fan campaign; and a public address announcers campaign. 
Schools that have met the challenge will receive a “Respect The Game” banner that can be displayed in a prominent area of the school.
Meeting the ‘Respect The Game Challenge’ is the precursor to being considered for the Harold A. Meyer Award. That award, named in honor of the late OHSAA commissioner from 1969 to 1977, is presented to schools that demonstrate via a PowerPoint presentation they have completed an eight-part program that promotes sportsmanship, ethics and integrity in their schools and communities.

Fall Sports Award Program

Fall Sports Award Program on 11/13 at 7:00pm

Weekly Update from Amelia Middle School

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  • Safe Halloween
  • Halloween
  • PTSO Announcements
  • Upcoming Events

2014-2015 Basketball Information

2014-2015 Basketball Information

Study Tables are now available Monday-Thursday in AHS Cafeteria:

AHS and AMS are partnering to offer general study assistance with homework for high school and middle school students beginning this week, Mon-Thursday afterschool 2:30-3:30 in the AHS Cafe! 

Students can stop in for general help, organizational help, study skills, etc. Subject Area Experts will be available to assist students as follows:

  • Monday is Math Support Day
  • Tuesday is Science Support Day
  • Wednesday is Language Arts Support Day
  • Thursday is Social Studies Support Day

Feel free to stop in and take advantage of this new opportunity.  

Upcoming Events

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