Lots of updates to share as we get closer to the end of the school year…

Next Week

  • Monday - 8 Periods

  • Tuesday and Thursday - Odd Day

  • Wednesday and Friday - Even Day

MCAS Days: Tuesday and Wednesday, June 6 and 7

X  - 7:15 to 7:40

5 & 6 - 7:45 to 9:05*

7 & 8 - 9:10 to 10:30

1 & 2 - 10:35 to 12:25**

3 & 4 - 12:30 to 1:50

Blue Pride TV

Click this link to access our final episode of the school year: https://youtu.be/bFN01Ofc4hM

Grade 9 Science MCAS 

Grade 9 Students: Remember the Science MCAS test will be administered on Tuesday, June 6 and Wednesday, June 7.   Please be on time and ready to test!  Students will begin the day in X Block Advisory where they will review their test locations.  Here is a student friendly test room location document.  A handful of students will test in other rooms and will receive a pass in X Block before they report to testing.  

  • MCAS counts! It is a graduation requirement. Demonstrating competency on MCAS is one of the state requirements for receiving a high school diploma. Do your best.

  • Bring your Chromebook. Students have school-issued Chromebooks and they must bring them fully charged on each testing day. It is also recommended that students bring their chargers. 

  • Freshmen: We believe you all have the ability to be successful on this test. Your teachers have worked hard to prepare you for this moment, and we’re sure that you have worked hard as well. Being successful on this test is a way for you to demonstrate BLUE PRIDE to yourself, your family, your teachers, and the whole school community. We all believe in you!

Attention Freshmen: CTE Environmental Science Opportunity!

Next year, AHS plans to offer a Level 1 Career and Technical Education course on Environmental Studies. Current grade 9 students who are interested in the course must complete this form by Monday, June 5: Environmental Science. Please note that enrolled students will be withdrawn from their current CTE program they requested and will not be able to return to it. Below is a course synopsis.

Through science, engineering, conservation, communication, and economics, students will learn how to protect and enhance public health and the environment. The focus for 10th grade students will be on life sciences that enable them to learn how the natural environment is linked to the protection of public health.  Students will be exposed to the many disciplines within the program including sustainability, energy efficiency, aquaculture, marine science, and health and safety. Students will also be operating and maintaining a freight farm, which is an indoor farm with the equivalent of one acre of farmland. The program prepares students for immediate entry into the workforce or to continue on to college to further pursue relevant studies.

Fall Athletic Registration

Registration for fall sports is open from June 5 to June 12. Please click here for details: Fall Athletic Registration

Grades Closing Soon

Thursday, June 15 is the last day of school. As such, students should submit any outstanding/makeup assignments by Friday, June 9. Students are encouraged to use time over the next week to work on assignments and improve their grades. Please check Aspen regularly and talk to your student(s) about the end of the trimester/year and the importance of doing their best. Families: if you have any concerns, please contact your student’s teachers so you can work collaboratively toward successful outcomes.

Transportation News: 2023-24 Fee for Service Information

APS will offer bus service on a Fee for Service basis for the 2023-2024 school year. Registration opens on Monday, May 8, 2023, and closes on July 31, 2023. Please review the email sent by the APS Welcome Center on Wednesday, May 3, 2023, or visit the Transportation website for more information: https://www.attleboroschools.c...