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Friday, March 27, 2020

Aggie Weekly-March 27th


Good Afternoon Students, Parents, and Community Members:
     Each week we want to provide you with an update on how we are responding to the current COVID 19 crisis. Without students crowding the hallways, the Aggie Weekly was on pause, but it does not have too, so we need your help! We are requesting students to share (kbraga@bcahs.com) some of the work they are doing at home. If you are working on an assignment and you want to share your work, please send it along to me so we can keep up the Aggie Weekly classroom updates. Additionally, if you are working on your baseball/softball/LAX swing/skills in your backyard, please share those as well. Feel free to tweet @BristolAggie if you use Twitter. Check out Mrs. Noel’s attempt to engage her freshman exploratory students while playing the ukulele.

Gov. Baker extends school closures in Massachusetts through the end of April: Gov. Charlie Baker has issued an executive order that will further extend the closure of Massachusetts schools and nonemergency child care centers through the end of April amid the coronavirus outbreak in the state. On March 16, Baker ordered all schools to be closed for three weeks, from March 17 until April 6.

"This will allow school districts to provide the best possible opportunities for remote learning to all students," Baker said. "This is not an extended school vacation. During this long-term closure, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education will work with school districts to further develop educational programming students can use at home. This way, schools can prepare for their students' return in May."

"We recognize this is a traumatic time for our kids," said Education Commissioner Jeffrey Riley. "We want to get them settled, and then we want to get them into a routine." Click here for the full story.

Aggie Website- COVID 19 Updates:

Check the Bristol AGGIE COVID-19 Information website for answers and resources. This website is updated frequently as more information becomes available.



COVID-19 Family Economic Impact: If your family has been impacted economically, please check out this website to see what resources are available for you and your family.

Aggie Family Table: During these challenging times, the Bristol Aggie Food Services team wants to stay connected to our students and families! The team has decided to create the Aggie Family Table Cooking Series! Follow our food services team as they create meals from common food. Do you and your family have a favorite recipe? Upload and tag @bristolaggie You may find it on our future school menus! Click the episode below to see Food Service Manager Theresa Vernazzaro.


Bristol Aggie Stepping Up by Donating Supplies and 3D Printing: Click here for the full story in the Taunton Gazette



DIGHTON - Bristol County Agricultural High School is hoping to help with the shortage of medical supplies in the area hospitals. While school is closed until May 4, the staff are still hard at work, but not in the way that you would expect. In addition to the donation of desperately needed masks and gloves, staff at Bristol Aggie will be 3-D printing face shields to help address the shortage of supplies for medical professionals on the front line.

Mark Lyons, Senior Education Strategist at AET Labs, was contacted by Medictronics, a global medical device company, to see if AET’s customers could help with creating the shields. Lyons reached out to the schools he has worked with to see if there was interest.

Adele Sands, Superintendent at Bristol County Agricultural High School, responded right away: “Of course we want to help. It is exciting to be able to have an impact and we know that every little bit helps in a situation like this. ”

The printing starts with a digital file that was provided by Medtronic. It takes approximately three hours to print two visors. Once the visor is complete, a plastic shield and elastic will be added. The face shield is another layer of protection that covers the medical professional’s face while still being able to wear a mask underneath.

Bristol Aggie is not the only school that jumped at the opportunity to help. The network of education professionals has come together to help where they can. Agricultural/vocational schools across the commonwealth have stepped up to the plate, offering donations of medical supplies and 3-D printing essential parts.







Custodian Dave Rhines and Security Carol Carr




Additionally, on Tuesday and Wednesday, Custodians Andy Silkworth and Joe Gaspar, along with Assistant Principal Mr. Higgins (not pictured) set up the new Stratasys 3D Printer. Mr. Higgins returned on Thursday and met with Mark Lyons from AET Labs. They started to print the face shields that will be assembled and then donated to local healthcare workers to help with the shortage.

Foreman Step Up: With no students on campus, the maintenance team has really stepped up to handle the workload. As you can see below, Carpenter Foreman, Mr. O’Connell is working the horses and preparing meals for small animals. We appreciate our Bristol Aggie Team stepping up to help with the extra workload.








Student Services: On Tuesday, Student Services sent out the following information to students and parents.

Dear Bristol Aggie Families,

Student Services wanted to reach out to you and let you know we are hard at work creating resources for health, wellness, and balance while we are out of school. For now, a few tips:
  • Keep to a routine. Especially try to keep to a regular school/work sleep schedule. Take a shower every day. Get dressed every day. Develop and follow a realistic schedule.
  • Keep in contact with outside providers and keep appointments for mental health. If you aren't able to go to their office, ask if they are offering other options to connect.
  • Be mindful of media intake. Temporarily limit exposure to sources that increase anxiety, depression, loneliness, fear, and anger. Choose content that helps you feel hopeful, happy, calm, connected, inspired and uplifted.
  • Take the time to get caught up. If you're behind, chip away at some outstanding assignments. It will help you keep from getting bored, can serve as a distraction, and will reduce long term stress. If you have a question about make-up work, let us know.
  • Stay connected. Genuinely connected. Have real phone conversations, write letters/cards, play board games with others, spend time near other humans (and animals) while keeping in mind social distancing protocols and reach out to friends and loved ones via facetime or other video platforms that feature more authentic 1-1 connection.
Even though we are not in school, we are still here to support you. We can be reached by email and we will get back to your questions as best we can. Please know there are many unanswered questions on how we can deliver our typical services in this uncertain time. Like in your classrooms, we ask that you try to be flexible and patient.

We understand the importance of our families emotional and physical well-being and have gathered resources you may find helpful. Please view them on the Student Services COVID Website.

Sincerely,

The Student Services Team

Ms. Costa, Ms. Eddlem, and Ms. Boudreau

MCAS: The Department is exploring all options around this year’s testing requirements. To date, DESE has postponed both the grade 10 English language arts assessment scheduled to begin on March 24. The Department will keep districts informed of decisions related to the spring 2020 assessment schedule and the competency determination. There may be an opportunity for a one-year assessment and accountability waiver from the federal government, but even if that is granted, we would need legislative relief from our state legislature to waive the state law around the testing requirement.

Distance Learning/In the Classroom (#StayEngaged): Just because school is not in session, does not mean that our staff is working to ensure our students continue to learn!

Click here to see Mrs. Noel's greeting to students and how she is working to keep them engaged!




Landscape Design & Contracting: Sophomore’s utilized Belgard’s online photo imaging app to design a backyard hardscape.





Distance Learning Opportunities (#StayEngaged):

Public media outlets WGBH in Boston and WGBY/New England Public Media in Springfield announced a new partnership Thursday with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to provide distance learning opportunities on their TV channels while schools are closed. "The core mission of public broadcasting always has been to support students in every community with the educational resources they need to thrive. That mission is even more important in challenging times," WGBH President and CEO Jon Abbott said in a statement. "We know not everyone has access to the internet or cable, which is why we are also going to begin broadcasting educational content for middle and high school students on television, free over the air." The programming is being finalized, but starting Monday, students will be able to tune in to the WORLD Channel from noon to 5 p.m. weekdays. In greater Boston, WORLD channel is broadcast on channel 2.2., and in the Springfield area, it's over-the-air channel 57.2 and Comcast 209. Spectrum has it in the Pioneer Valley on 181, and in the Berkshires on 1275. For cable services across the state: Comcast 956, FIOS 473, RCN 94, Cox 807, Charter 181.



From the Nurse’s Office: Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle:






Fourth Congressional District Art Competition ONLINE PORTAL UPDATE: How to submit your Art Competition entries online. Please have students submit your entries by clicking here.

As a reminder: ONLINE SUBMISSIONS OF STUDENT INFORMATION AND SCANS OR PHOTOGRAPHS TO THIS PORTAL WILL BE TAKING PLACE OF DROPPING OFF ARTWORK TO THE OFFICE. The only piece that will need to be dropped off/ sent to our office will be the Best in Show winner after the judging and competition have concluded.

If there are any questions, please, as always, do not hesitate to contact me. Again, you can find copies of the rules and guidelines on our website: Kennedy.house.gov or on the Google Form.

Culver’s FFA Essay Contest: Culver's is sponsoring an essay contest that is open to all FFA members. See the information below, or visit this link - https://www.culvers.com/essaycontest

FFA members, we understand how important it is for your chapters to have access to hands-on learning experiences. Your education is vital to your future and ours, which is why, through the Thank You Farmers® Project, we’re rewarding funds to three FFA chapters to use toward agricultural education initiatives. The funds can be used to attend the National FFA Convention & Expo, Oct. 28-30, 2020, or for another educational project or event.
  • First place: $7,500
  • Second place: $5,000
  • Third place: $2,500
To enter, submit an essay of 1,000 words or less responding to the following prompt by April 20, 2020, at 5 p.m. CST. Students must be active FFA members in the 2020-2021 school year to be eligible to enter this contest.

FFA recently celebrated 50 years of women in its organization. Tell us about a woman in agriculture who has inspired or influenced you and why.




Don’t miss out!

Keep checking the list for updates.

Click Here to view available scholarships.


We wanted to create an online Student Job posting to help you get started. Please click the link(s) below to view the job posting(s).

Summer Academy

Bristol County Agricultural High School is excited to offer two 4-day sessions of our Summer Academy in 2020. (Session I: July 20-23 and Session II: July 27-July 30). There are morning sessions and afternoon sessions offered to students entering grade 5-8. Some sessions have an age restriction. Please read the descriptions on our web site closely. To register on Eventbrite, please click here. Academy offerings include:



We encourage your student to mix and match your morning (AM) and afternoon (PM) sessions. All costs are listed above for each session (plus processing fees which have allowed us to move to online registration). If you are registering for a morning and afternoon session in the same week (full-day students) please use the promotional code ALLDAY2020 for a $50 discount at checkout.

All instructors are MA DESE Certified Teachers in their respective areas of expertise. Refunds are only offered if courses are cancelled. View program descriptions and register online through our link at:

www.bristolaggie.org Questions? Email Kbraga@bcahs.com

MSBA Update: The MSBA project continues on the new CSE and Student Commons buildings. Even though the Governor limited work in the state of MA to essential employees, construction workers outside of Boston can continue to work as long as they practice social distancing recommendations. As you can see, walls are being framed. #BAPride #BAFuture







The Week Ahead: This week we only asked that students complete one assignment for distance learning. Next week students will be responsible for two new assignments to Google Classroom due Friday, April 3rd. Contact your teachers with any questions.

Thursday, March 19, 2020

Bristol Aggie Update 3.19.2020

Good Afternoon Students and Parents,
     Yesterday we temporarily opened our school to allow limited access to students and staff. Students were on campus picking up Chromebooks, materials from their lockers, and sports equipment (see sports update below). In addition, staff members were able to gain access to their classroom and if needed were provided training on setting up Google Classroom as a platform for distance learning. Once again, we ask for your patience during this time as we transition to a distance learning enrichment plan.
  1. Meals/Food: All students in need of a meal, please visit your town or city school district's website for detailed information about grab and go services.
  2. Device Distribution: We distributed over 50 devices to students who requested a device to complete assignments online.
  3. Google Classroom: we worked with staff to set up Google Classroom. Please check your emails and follow the steps to enroll in your class(es).
  4. Quarter 3 Grades: Term 3 has been extended to Thursday, April 9th. When we return this will give students one week to make up work (if they have not done so through distance learning).
  5. PowerSchool Portal: Take this time to check on your grades and see if there are opportunities to make up work missed in Quarter 3.
  6. Freshman Rotations: Freshman will continue in this rotation for the remainder of Quarter 3. Please look out for an email from your teachers to complete OSHA 10 training during this time out. This is a requirement to go into sophomore year. If you have any issues accessing OSHA, please let us know.
  7. Spring Sports: The updated start date for the 2020 spring season is April 27, 2020. The completion of regular season and tournament games by June 20, 2020.
  8. Emails: Continue to check your email on a daily basis for any updates.
  9. Please check our website for any additional information regarding COVID-19.
     According to the MassDPH site (March 19, 2020) Bristol County has five confirmed and presumptive positive cases of COVID-19. At this time we do not have any suspected cases of the Coronavirus and we continue to clean and sanitize our building. Please do your part and practice social distancing, practice good hygiene, wash your hands and stay away from large groups over 20. We are continuing to monitor the situation in regards to Bristol County and the impact on our school community.
     Please remember, we are all experiencing this unique health crisis together and we are trying to support our school community through this difficult time. Please be safe and practice social distancing to remain healthy. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Braga (KBraga@bcahs.com) or Mr. Higgins (BHiggins@bcahs.com).

Friday, March 13, 2020

Aggie Weekly- March 13th




Good Afternoon Students, Parents, and Community Members:
     This week we carefully monitored COVID-19 to ensure we kept our school community informed about what we were doing to keep our students safe during this world wide epidemic. We continue to monitor the situation and will keep our school community informed of any information that we receive. Please see below (which was also sent yesterday) the letter sent home from Superintendent Sands and the Dighton Board of Health. 


Update:
  • Monday, March 16th: Bristol County Agricultural High School will be open on Monday, March 16th. This situation is fluid. If anything changes, we will contact you immediately.
  • District Closings: If your district is closed and there is no transportation, you will be required to provide your own transportation to your Bristol Aggie connecting stop or to Bristol Aggie directly.
  • Cleaning: We have a team that is sanitizing and cleaning our school. Each classroom has been provided with clorox wipes to help clean devices, desks, and all other surfaces. In addition, our facilities team has been on a schedule to provide regular disinfecting through an electromagnetic fogging machine.
  • Athletics: The MIAA made the decision to delay the start of the 2020 spring season to March 30th. This means that tryouts will now start on Monday, March 30th. Any student who is after school and is not with a teacher, will need to be in the gym.
  • Field Trips: All field trips will be evaluated on an individual basis, but primarily will be cancelled or rescheduled for a later date.
  • Morning Assemblies: Today, Governor Baker banned all gatherings more than 250 people, therefore, there will be no school assemblies until further notice.
  • PTO Family Fun Night: The Annual Family Fun Night on Friday, March 27th has been cancelled.
  • Talent Show: The annual Talent Show on Wednesday, April 1st has been cancelled.
  • MCAS: Currently sophomore MCAS is still scheduled to take place on March 24th and 25th.
  • Attendance: Commissioner Riley communicated a determination regarding student attendance, which has led to some confusion. Chronic absenteeism is a metric that is used by DESE to determine school and district accountability ratings. Chronic absenteeism is defined as missing 10% or more of the school year, which is 18 days over a 180 day school year. This year, DESE will not track chronic absenteeism beyond this point only for school and district accountability purposes. DESE has reaffirmed to school districts that attendance must be collected and reported each day. Local school policies regarding attendance as described in the student handbooks are still in place; student attendance is still be recorded each day. We understand that parents and guardians will make decisions based on what you believe is best for the health and well-being of your child. In the event that we decide to cancel school, please plan accordingly.
  • Last Day of School/Makeup Days: To date we have had one snow day, which brings our 180th school day to Tuesday, June 16th. In the event that we will have multiple cancellations, we will be required by DESE to make up missed days of school through Friday, June 19, 2020, in the event of multiple cancellations.
  • Traveling: Be advised that if you travel to an area that has a higher travel risk, your child may be asked to be self quarantined for a minimum of 14 days.






Message from the Attorney General’s Office: AG’S OFFICE ISSUES GUIDANCE ON CORONAVIRUS RESOURCES, WARNS OF CONSUMER SCAMS

BOSTON – Attorney General Maura Healey is warning Massachusetts residents to be on alert for individuals and businesses that may try to take advantage of uncertainty about the coronavirus.

“Fears about the coronavirus are on the rise and so are those looking to capitalize on uncertainty about its impact in Massachusetts,” said AG Healey. “We want consumers to be vigilant when it comes to fraud and abuse and encourage everyone to learn how to protect themselves from scams and use our office as a resource.”

The AG’s Office encourages residents to follow these tips:

Beware of false and misleading information: Visit reputable sources like the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.cdc.gov_&d=DwMFaQ&c=lDF7oMaPKXpkYvev9V-fVahWL0QWnGCCAfCDz1Bns_w&r=d4KlUW8E4Owbvgts4XNr278j9Ljs0SPEWwL9Fd9aLN4&m=JAC5Dekecr0mbg3eBmZMUPD48JrgK16l0vuY9EqDz4k&s=JUmKKS5Ca_PvbPlDxMhaT-qrnodNGYZDb6PzwARI4Zo&e=>, the World Health Organization<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.who.int_&d=DwMFaQ&c=lDF7oMaPKXpkYvev9V-fVahWL0QWnGCCAfCDz1Bns_w&r=d4KlUW8E4Owbvgts4XNr278j9Ljs0SPEWwL9Fd9aLN4&m=JAC5Dekecr0mbg3eBmZMUPD48JrgK16l0vuY9EqDz4k&s=MWJP0BLdZQTR06aibVeWegGgEPl5wyPRHR-iTeijRAU&e=>, or the Massachusetts Department of Public Health<https://www.mass.gov/orgs/department-of-public-health> for updates on the coronavirus and its impact in Massachusetts and beware of untrustworthy sources that might be spreading false information.

Stay home if you’re sick: Most workers in Massachusetts have the right to earn and use up to 40 hours of job-protected sick time per year. Under state laws, workers must earn at least one hour of earned sick leave for every 30 hours worked. Learn more about your right to paid sick time on the AG’s website<https://www.mass.gov/info-details/earned-sick-time#overview->. If you think your employer is violating the earned sick time law, call the AG’s Fair Labor Division at 617-727-3465 or file a complaint online<https://www.mass.gov/how-to/file-a-workplace-complaint>.

Get help with health insurance questions: If you have a problem with health insurance claims or medical bills or think you might be the victim of a scam, the AG’s Health Care Division<https://www.mass.gov/health-care-resources-at-the-attorney-generals-office> may be able to help. Call our helpline with questions or complaints at 1-888-830-6277.

Watch out for high-priced or low-quality products: Media reports have suggested prices are increasing on products like hand sanitizer and face masks. The AG’s Office encourages the public to read health recommendations from the CDC<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.cdc.gov_coronavirus_2019-2Dncov_about_prevention-2Dtreatment.html&d=DwMFaQ&c=lDF7oMaPKXpkYvev9V-fVahWL0QWnGCCAfCDz1Bns_w&r=d4KlUW8E4Owbvgts4XNr278j9Ljs0SPEWwL9Fd9aLN4&m=JAC5Dekecr0mbg3eBmZMUPD48JrgK16l0vuY9EqDz4k&s=5umkFhVI4ZbQm3XDxcPVEySwbtPg6_iLDciTo6G4nLs&e=> when deciding whether a purchase is necessary. Research before you make a purchase, only buy from reputable companies, and don’t pay an unfair price for something you may not need. Report instances of what seem like unreasonably high prices or defective products to the AG’s Consumer Protection Division at 617-727-8400.

Don’t trust anyone offering vaccinations or other treatments: There is currently no vaccine for the coronavirus. The AG’s Office stresses that the public should ignore online offers for vaccinations, medicine, and other treatments. If you are unsure about a product, check with your doctor before you buy it.

Consider seeking a refund for cancelled travel: The CDC has issued guidance<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.cdc.gov_coronavirus_2019-2Dncov_travelers_index.html&d=DwMFaQ&c=lDF7oMaPKXpkYvev9V-fVahWL0QWnGCCAfCDz1Bns_w&r=d4KlUW8E4Owbvgts4XNr278j9Ljs0SPEWwL9Fd9aLN4&m=JAC5Dekecr0mbg3eBmZMUPD48JrgK16l0vuY9EqDz4k&s=kIeaxiITs46vwsAfEKYY7V_as8b_spDCSjOFKctKMYw&e=> for travelers inquiring about upcoming travel to certain countries with a high number of coronavirus cases. Many airlines and travel companies have cancelled trips to prevent the spread of the virus, and consumers may be eligible for refunds. Check with your airline or travel company about getting a refund and file a complaint<https://www.mass.gov/how-to/file-a-consumer-complaint> with the AG’s Office if you’re having trouble getting your money back. We may be able to provide assistance.

Be on alert for scams: The AG’s Office warns that scammers may try to steal your money and information by sending phony communications via phone calls, emails, and texts. If a stranger claiming to be an expert on coronavirus contacts you, ignore them. Double-check links in emails and texts before you click on them, and don’t open anything from an unfamiliar sender. Consumers should report scammers<https://www.mass.gov/how-to/file-a-consumer-complaint> to the AG’s Office.

Look out for unauthorized or fraudulent charities or solicitations: If you would like to donate to a charity focused on addressing the coronavirus, do your homework to maximize your contribution. Make sure you verify that the charity is legitimate, donate by check or credit card and not by cash, and don’t be pressured into making a contribution. Visit the AG’s giving wisely webpage<https://www.mass.gov/service-details/giving-wisely-to-charity> for more information.


The AG’s Office encourages anyone with questions or concerns to call the AG’s consumer hotline at 617-727-8400 or file a complaint<https://www.mass.gov/how-to/file-a-consumer-complaint> online.






MSBA Building Project Update: On Friday, students had the opportunity to test out future student chairs. Each student was given the opportunity to sit in each seat and cast a vote for their favorite. The winner was #2 with 55% of the vote














Next Phase for Seniors: We are proud to share with you our senior’s plans for their next step in their college and career exploration. Based on the knowledge and skills learned during their 4 years at BA, we are excited to publish acceptances into colleges, universities, military plans, and any career pathways each week. Please let Ms. Dias or Ms. Costa know in Student Services, so we can update our list weekly. Thank you for your dedication to excellence and drive to maintain Bristol Aggie Excellence. Those schools that have an asterisk following them have been confirmed as schools that our senior will be enrolling in Fall 2020.





Don’t miss out!


Keep checking the list for updates.

Click Here to view available scholarships.




We wanted to create an online Student Job posting to help you get started. Please click the link(s) below to view the job posting(s).

From the Nurse’s Office














Attention Seniors: Scholarship Opportunity









FFA
: Due to the changing situation with COVID-19, and taking statewide school responses to the situation into consideration, the State FFA Association has made the decision to postpone the 2020 State FFA Convention. The new dates for convention will be May 4 - 6th. As you can imagine, it is quite a complex and momentous undertaking to move a convention of that size and any additional information will be released as it is available. For now, everything (times, schedules, etc) is staying the same. 

You might notice that these dates back up to the school's FFA Banquet. The new date for the FFA Banquet will be May 20 and again, more information will be made available as that time approaches.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. VanRotz or Ms. Blanchette.




Student Leaders

Working with Marion Institute, Bristol Aggie students took over the 3rd Grade classes at Irwin M. Jacobs Elementary School in New Bedford to teach students about agriculture. These young future agriculturalists learned about eggs, flowers, and pollinators through hands-on activities. The students enjoyed making sunflowers out of construction paper and plates, investigating hard boiled eggs to locate all the parts, and flying around as bees visiting flowers to collect nectar and pollen. #BApride #FFA #Agriculture #agliteracy




In the Classroom:

  • Ag Mechanics: On Thursday, Ag Mechanics students were fixing our shed applying new cedar shingles. #BAPRIDE



  • Flori: On Thursday, Mrs. Fornari's students were working on a design for the Attleboro Flower Show at the Attleboro Art Museum. #BAPRIDE










Summer Academy

Bristol County Agricultural High School is excited to offer two 4-day sessions of our Summer Academy in 2020. (Session I: July 20-23 and Session II: July 27-July 30). There are morning sessions and afternoon sessions offered to students entering grade 5-8. Some sessions have an age restriction. Please read the descriptions on our web site closely. To register on Eventbrite, please click here. Academy offerings include:



We encourage your student to mix and match your morning (AM) and afternoon (PM) sessions. All costs are listed above for each session (plus processing fees which have allowed us to move to online registration). If you are registering for a morning and afternoon session in the same week (full-day students) please use the promotional code ALLDAY2020 for a $50 discount at checkout.

All instructors are MA DESE Certified Teachers in their respective areas of expertise. Refunds are only offered if courses are cancelled. View program descriptions and register online through our link at: www.bristolaggie.org Questions? Email Kbraga@bcahs.com





The Week Ahead- B Week

  • Monday, March 16
    • EXTENDS: 2:30 (Library)
    • Spring Sports Tryouts 2:30
  • Tuesday, March 17- No School- Evacuation Day
  • Wednesday, March 18
    • Spring Sports Tryouts 2:30
  • Thursday, March 19
    • EXTENDS: 2:30 (Library)
    • Spring Sports Tryouts 2:30
  • Friday, March 20
    • Spring Sports Tryouts 2:30

Aggie Weekly- May 29th

Good Afternoon Students, Parents, and Community Members: This week was our first week that we did not have the Class of 2020 engaged in le...