Student Daily Announcements

daily announcements



Seniors!!  Donuts today before 1st and 3rd periods in the Commons   Stop by and get a tasty donut. Yippee!

Seniors!!  Interested in giving a graduation speech or performing the National Anthem at your graduation ceremony?  See the link under the graduation tab on our website to sign up.
2021 Senior Gift Signing!  Seniors, want to leave your mark for Arvada West?  Sign the wood floor piece that is designed to be placed in the gym.  Stop by the Digital Lounge all next week, March 1-5, so your signature can make it onto the gift. And, you can nominate the 2021 faculty speaker and heralds for your graduation ceremony.

AND...we have 5 finalists in the 2021 competition for National Merit Scholarship awards. Congrats to Jacquie Pankratz, Nathaniel Pott, Camille Redford, Delaney Schiffbauer and Mark Worden.  We are proud of you Cats!

Class of 2022, looking for a new take on some purple pride? Junior class shirts are now on sale! See the link on the website to place your order. The sale ends March 7th. 

The Awest STEAM club will meet today, at 1:30 in the Library. Join us to have some fun with robots! All are welcome.

Are you a college-bound student and want to pay less for college? Tell your parents not to miss our critical parent education webinar tonight at 6:30pm and learn how to best pay for college.  Pre-registration is required.  See the link on the website for more information.

National Honors Society is collecting cleaning and personal hygiene products now until April 2 for Sacred Heart House, a womens and single mothers homeless shelter.  Please drop off your items in the blue box outside the main office.  Not sure what to bring? Look for the signs posted around the school or the NHS website for ideas. Please make sure items are bagged and sealed.

In recognition of Black History month, Student Voice would like to honor and recognize the sacrifices made by Black Americans. Rosa Louise McCauley Parks was an American activist in the civil rights movement best known for her pivotal role in the Montgomery bus boycott. The United States Congress has called her "the first lady of civil rights" and "the mother of the freedom movement". Listen for Louis Armstrong’s music between 2nd and 4th period tomorrow!






















































































































































































































































































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