Congratulations to the following students who were selected as Student of the Month for November:
A-TECH invites all students and parents to join us for our Virtual Open House on Tuesday, December 8 starting at 5:30 PM. For more information visit the A-TECH website at http://www.atech.org
More information will be posted here the night of the event.
A-TECH students didn’t let distance learning stop them from commemorating Homecoming 2020 in a very Maverick way. Students at A-TECH used Minecraft and Discord to provide virtual opportunities to celebrate and interact as a school. CCSD will feature the innovative work of our students on their Facebook page. (https://www.facebook.com/ClarkCountySchoolDistrict) Special thanks to Student Council and all the students who made this possible.
Congratulations to the following students who were selected as Student of the Month for October: Devon Burdick, Kevin Graeser, Olivia Williams, Junjie Liu, Yaed Salido-German, Alec Miller, Kisha Mejia, Josiah Whitfield, Keith Wilson, Summer McDow, Arion McJoy, Cristian Ramos Fallad, Rose Rowland, Kelly Huang and Koen Lunger.
Congratulations to the following students who were selected as Student of the Month for September: Karina Gangozo, Naika Belizare, Kira Granito, Earl Chester Tayo, Brandon Lopez-Avalos, Jaiden Ditto-Piccolo, Wendy Obregon Lopez, Sovannjet Lim, Holly Garcia Puga, McKenna Widmann, Montserrat Cruz Zuniga, Elana Rosales, Mason Gibson and Adrian Penn.
Thanks Maverick for making the Minecraft Hunger Games Tournament such a success! Congratulations to the Winners:
The A-TECH Student Orientation Website is now live. This site will be updated frequently with important information about the start of school on Monday, August 24. A-TECH teachers are ready to provide high-quality instruction and learning experiences for all of our students. We hope you are ready to begin an exciting new school year.
Congratulations to the following students who were selected as Student of the Month for March: Karla Aleman-Valencia, Kieran Armstrong, Jessica Avila, Jonathan Botello, Matthew Bragonje, Dorismar Calva Escamilla, Erika Casiguran, Kevin Graeser, Phillip Irving, Antonio Lang, Brian Lee, Connor McMillan, JoseLuis Perez-Salas, Jahzara Regan, Joshua Sadsad and Bryce Screen
Congratulations Mavericks on being ranked 131 among the 300 most challenging U.S. high schools by the Jay Matthews Challenge Index. The Challenge Index is the oldest high school ranking system in the country, beginning in 1998 in both Newsweek and The Washington Post.