“Calling all Mavericks,
Did you know that creating a project portfolio is essential when applying for schools and jobs in the STEM field? Science Fair Club would like to offer you the chance to build something cool (free of charge) for your portfolio and compete for a chance to win $50 in gift cards. Visit Ms. Garvin for more information in joining the Science Fair Club.”
“Calling all Mavericks,
Environmental Awareness Club will be selling succulents during both lunches starting 12/9 through 12/13.
Each succulent will be $5. If you want it in a cute little pot it will be $6!
We will be selling many types of plants so please feel free to stop by during your lunch period and see what you like!
These little plants are great gifts for friends, family, and even yourself. Have a GREEN day, Mavericks !
Pre-registration is now open! You have until December 30th to complete and update your Academic Planner in Infinite Campus and turn in all forms to the Counseling Office. An email was sent to your school email with instructions on how to complete your pre-registration. Make it a great day Mavericks!
Congratulations to the following students who were selected as Student of the Month for November: Cindy Zixuan Gan, Ryan Frichtel, Emma Mayo, Joanna Bieda, Anders Lovstuen, Oscar Resendiz, Derek Miller, Naomi Ramirez Rios, Ryo Wagley, James Geiselhart, Amelia Delevski, Kayla Vo, Ryan Huppert, and Cole Chicas.
On Friday, November 15, Mr. Synold and Mrs. Vallari attended a ceremony in Washington D.C. honoring A-TECH as a 2019 National Blue Ribbon School. A-TECH is one of only eleven schools to receive this prestigious recognition three times. Congratulations Mavericks!
Buenos Dias Mavericks!!! HSU will be selling Conchas and Abuelita Hot Chocolate all week before school from 7:00 to 7:25. Conchas and Hot Chocolate are $2 for both. Get yours soon before they run out. Haz tu Deciembre memorable con Chocolate y Conchas from HSU.
Seniors – The deadline to apply for the Nevada Seal of Biliteracy is December 20. This is an award for Seniors who can demonstrate literacy proficiency in one or more languages in addition to English. This award is available for almost ANY language, not just Spanish or Chinese. If you have already earned a 3 or better on the AP Spanish or AP Chinese exams you have fulfilled the requirements, but if you have not yet passed the AP exams, or you are proficient in a language besides Spanish or Chinese you will take a District approved exam to earn the award. With the award you will receive a Certificate of Recognition, a Graduation Medallion, a Seal on your Diploma and a Transcript Notation. “Monolingualism can be cured!”
Congratulations to the following students who were selected as Student of the Month for October: Allison Clark, Katheryn Ellis, Georgia Petroff, Savanna Lawson, Symone Moore, Ethan Silva, Guia Aniceto, Jaden Nguyen, Mackenzie Sulliban, Erika Gomez, Yohannes Aklilu, Amari Williams, Sandra Lopez, Corinne Chavez and Doanh Ly
On Tuesday, October 22 Clark County School District (CCSD) Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara honored 63 schools as part of the 2019-20 Superintendent’s Honor Roll, the second class of the program created to honor CCSD’s top-performing schools. The distinguished schools include 44 five-star rated schools, two National Blue Ribbon Schools and 19 Gold Star schools, which are high-performing schools that serve a high percentage of students living in poverty. Congratulations A-TECH on this honor.
Congratulations to the A-TECH Soccer team that defeated Northwest Career and Technical Academy on Friday, October 18 by a score of 7-2 to win our Homecoming Game! Great job Coach Duggan.