The Early Childhood Education Alliance does much to help young children in the Alliance area be prepared for kindergarten. Here is an opportunity to have some fun, buy some student art, and support ECEA in their efforts for our students. https://www.alliancecityschools.org/article/46826
Looks like wings for dinner this weekend: Saturday you can eat at Buffalo Wild Wings to support the Music Department. Sunday you can see Parkway staff and students shave their heads after reaching their fund raising goal for St. Baldrick's Foundation. Donate here: https://www.stbaldricks.org/teams/parkwayelementary
If you missed the show today, it's ok. There are performances of Willy Wonka the musical throughout the weekend. Purchase your tickets here: https://singingaviators.ludus.com
Elementary students just got done watching the first performance of Willy Wonka the Musical! It was full of magic and talent of students in preschool through 12th grade!
Do you know a kid that could use a birthday party? The YMCA is hosting the party of all parties for kids of any age. RSVP by April 26. Call the YMCA at 330-823-1930 for more info. #Acspresents
The athletic department will be hosting free physicals good for the 2018-19 school year on May 10th to any interested current 6th-11th grade student. In order to get your physical on this date all paperwork must be submitted electronically by going to https://alliance-oh.finalforms.com/ by May 1st. No paper forms will be accepted. If you have questions or need a copy of the sign-up instructions please call the athletic office at 821-3972.
Beginning Sunday February 11 and continuing until Sunday April 8, the Alliance High School boy’s soccer coaches will be holding an open gym at the Alliance Middle School for any boy currently in grades five through eleven. Fusbal goals have been purchased and small sided games will be played during these sessions. Boys in grades 9-11 will meet from 3:00 until 4:30 PM each Sunday while boys in grades 5-8 will meet from 4:30 until 6:00 PM. These sessions are open to any boy regardless of experience. Either gym shoes or indoor soccer shoes should be worn. Questions regarding open gym or boy’s soccer at the high school or middle school can be directed to AHS Head Coach Jim Brunie at 330-704-7002.
The Varsity Girls Basketball game vs Canton South this Saturday will start at 1:15pm and the Senior Night festivities will start around 12:30pm. Come support our Aviators!
Tonight girls basketball game has been canceled and rescheduled for Saturday at 12 PM. Senior night festivities will begin around 11:20 AM.
The 2018-2019 Decisions Book is available. Click on the documents tab and then guidance documents.
The Rising Freshmen Parent meeting tonight at AHS has been cancelled. We will have the meeting Tuesday, Jan. 23 in the Media Center from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Due to the dangerously cold temperatures anticipated for tomorrow, Alliance City Schools will not be in session on Friday, January 5, 2018.
Due to technical issues families of high school students are currently receiving calls that their student is absent. If you received a call this afternoon please disregard.
Alliance City Schools are closed today, December 14, due to inclement weather.
Kyle’s Kitchen Do you like to cook? Do you like to eat? Do you have a special recipe you'd like to share? AHS Media Arts and Ch. 11 invite you to be a part of Kyle's Kitchen, a weekly local cooking show, taped in the Adult Career Center at Alliance High School. Please call us at 330-821-2100, ext. 2305 for more information.
Strings Spooktacular The tenth annual Strings Spooktacular, a spooky orchestra concert, will take place on Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 7:00pm in the AHS Auditorium. Eighth grade and high school orchestra members will be performing a variety of creepy selections (while wearing costumes, of course!). Please join us - if you dare! Admission to this concert is free, but all souls are invited to bring a canned food item to support the National Honor Society annual canned food drive.
Cosmetology students step up! The Senior Cosmetology Class of '18 donated $100 of client services and fundraiser monies to The Stark County UNITED WAY. They were eager to help make a difference in our community!
Reppin’ That A: The following students were recognized for representing Alliance High School (Reppin’ That A) in a special way! Noah Durst Hawkins Morgan Plavka Jzen Martin Mackenzie Barnett
Media Arts Congratulations AHS Media Arts Students, winners of 4 awards in the 2017 Philo Festival of Media Arts Video competition. "A Tribute to Dick Elliott" won in the Community Event category; "Red's War" ,featuring the late Red Artino, , in the Documentary category; "Ernie's Barber Shop" in the Interview/Talk Show category; and "The Color Project", featuring Rev. Raymont and Brenda Johnson, in the Religious category. Over 250 entries in 23 categories were submitted by community and school television stations in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana and Kentucky.. Plaques will be presented at the Alliance for Community Media awards in October.
Reppin’ That A: The following students were recognized for representing Alliance High School (Reppin’ That A) in a special way! Cortaise Rogers Mason Fox Eva Naylor Taylor Raffle
The tenth annual Strings Spooktacular, a spooky orchestra concert, will take place on Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 7:00pm in the AHS Auditorium. Eighth grade and high school orchestra members will be performing a variety of creepy selections (while wearing costumes, of course!). Please join us - if you dare! Admission to this concert is free, but all souls are invited to bring a canned food item to support the National Honor Society annual canned food drive.
Help Alliance High School win 500,000 sheets of paper! Go to www.onemillionsheets.com and vote for us! Click on the "vote now" button and then follow the prompts!
High school class schedules can be accessed in Home Access Center.
Attention parents & friends of the Class of 2018: Volunteers are needed for the French Fry Booth at Carnation Days in the Park, Aug. 9th-12th. The proceeds fund the Senior All Night Party. Visit this FB link, https://goo.gl/GMHrLK or contact Teri Kirby at email@example.com to sign up! Thanks for your support!
The 2017-18 Aviator Sports Boosters Kick-off will be Monday, August 7th at 7PM featuring an Aviator Sports Rally on the Glamorgan Castle Lawn. In the case of inclement weather, it will be moved to the AHS Gym. The event will feature the AHS marching band, AHS & AMS cheerleaders and all AHS and AMS fall teams and coaches. The HANGAR will offer a special kick-off discount coupon. The HANGAR will be open from 5:30-7PM so you can purchase your Aviator gear. The AHS ticket office will be open from 5:30-7PM, and Aviator Sports Booster memberships will be available from 5:30-6:30PM in the AHS Lobby and from 6:30PM-thru the conclusion of the rally on the Castle Lawn.
The Alliance High School Choirs will present their Spring Concert and Awards tonight at 7:00 in the AHS auditorium. This year's special guests are the Northside Intermediate School Choir, who will also be performing. The concert is free and open to the public.
AHS Boy’s Soccer Meeting Any boy who will be attending Alliance High School next fall and is interested in playing soccer should attend a meeting being held this Sunday May 7th at 6:00 PM at the locker room at Rockhill Field. This meeting is for boys currently attending the high school as well as eighth grade boys planning on playing soccer at the high school this fall. Information regarding summer soccer and physicals will be distributed. Both players and their parents are encouraged to attend. Questions regarding the meeting or boy’s soccer at the high school can be directed to AHS Head Coach Jim Brunie at 330-704-7002.
Don't forget! The AHS band is having their spring concert tonight at 7:00. We hope you join us for an evening of great music.
The AHS Orchestra spring concert on Tuesday, April 25 will begin at 7:30pm to accommodate our track students who have an away meet that afternoon. We hope you will join us!
Due to the inclement weather, Alliance City Schools will be closed Today, Wednesday March 15th, 2017. Alliance Career Center Adult Education day and evening classes are in session.
The AHS Orchestra earned an excellent rating at the 2017 OMEA State Orchestra adjudicated event, held at Hudson High School on Friday, February 24. The ensemble performed three prepared pieces and then sight read a piece on the spot to earn their rating. Congrats, orchestra! Your directors are proud!
Good luck to all students competing in high school solo and ensemble contest today at Glenoak. Go Aviators!
Due to current and predicted inclement weather, Alliance City Schools will be closed Today, Tuesday January 10th 2017. Alliance Career Center Adult Education day and evening classes are in session.
Reppin’ That A The following students were recognized for representing Alliance High School (Reppin’ That A) in a special way: Blake Brown Jerrell Martin Andrew Davidson Steven Hoover Connor Hawthorne Antonio Bell Luke Kelley Ai'Yana Johnson Olivia Stanley
Many Volunteers are Needed to help the Aviator Sports Boosters operate the concession stand at the Top Gun wrestling tournament (1-13-17 & 1-14-17) & at the NBC Cheer Competition (1-21-17). To volunteer, Contact ASB President, Stephanie Unckrich via text @ 3302068005 (please include your name) or by email @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
The AHS Choir and Orchestra concert is this evening at 7:00. We hope to see you there! The concert will be at AHS.
Study Session Scheduled Save the Date! Sports Medicine study session for Mid-Terms at the Alliance Starbucks on December 18th. Seniors 5pm-6pm and Juniors 6pm-7pm.
Lego Invention Project On Dec. 1-2, students in Chris Shively’s history classes and Chris Schillig’s English classes participated in a Lego invention project. Students selected 19th-century inventors and inventions and recreated them using Legos. The project required students to research the inventions and inventors and to write down and photograph each step of the building. Students then wrote expository essays to show others in the class how to replicate their Lego creations. The project was a collaborative effort for students in the ninth-grade Pilots academy.
Choralaires spread holiday cheer The select choir from Alliance High School, the Choralaires, spread Holiday cheer all around Alliance on Thursday, December 8. The 20-member choir is auditioned from the student body, and performs for all kinds of activities around Alliance. Thursday, the group traveled to four area nursing homes to visit residents, pass out cards and candy canes, and sing several selections from their upcoming concert. Students visited Danbury Senior Living, Brookdale of Alliance, McCrea Manor, and Altercare of Alliance, while also singing for the workers at Wendy's and Christmas Caroling through the Buckeye Village Plaza and Giant Eagle. The Choralaires are under the direction of Carrie Chunat.
Sports Medicine Internship The Senior Sports Medicine wrapped up their 13 week internship at Alliance Community Hospital. Thank you to all of the healthcare workers who allowed them to shadow and get a first hand look at each career. We wish to especially thank Wendy Tabellion and Michele Quinn for all of their hard work in organizing all of the rotations, lectures and volunteer areas. It was a great experience for the Seniors.
Toy Drive- National Honor Society National Honor Society is sponsoring a toy drive to benefit the Alliance Professional Firefighters Toy Drive. Items needed include new toys, games, puzzles, stuffed animals, books, sports equipment, bikes, helmets, batteries, and stocking stuffers. Items can be dropped off in the main office. The collection will continue through December 8.
AHS Choir To Mount Union: Good luck to the choir as they perform at Mount Union tonight at 6:00. Go Aviators!
AHS Students Visit WRMU: Media Arts students from all classes visited WRMU radio station at the University of Mount Union. Station Director Lynn Riggle showed the students the various studios, editing suites and classroom. She explained the history of the local radio station, including a format change in 2015.Riggle explained the importance of learning all aspects of broadcasting to make yourself marketable. She also offered the students the opportunity to shadow the UMU students during their evening shows. AHS Teacher Kyle Schwarz said the visit was part of the study of audio this 9 weeks and will help the students with their upcoming radio station project.
Alliance High School to host NBC Honors Choir Event: On Thursday, November 17 the Alliance High School Vocal Music Department will host NBC Honors Choir featuring several schools in the NBC. Students from Carrollton, Canton South, Louisville, Minerva, Marlington, and Alliance will combine select choir students for a mass choir experience under the direction of Rev. Jonathan Turner, Director of the University of Mount Union's IVOP program. Schools will spend the day at Alliance with Rev. Turner learning music together, and then performing in concert that evening. The concert will be held inside the AHS auditorium beginning at 7:00 pm, and admission will be $5.00 per person.
AHS Students Donate to Help Save Lives: The Sports Medicine students helped out with the English Blood drive on Friday, November 4th. Students register and support potential donors throughout the entire process. Students also look at trends as to why potential donors were turned away and develop an educational plan to help increase donations for the next drive. This drive collected 35 pints of blood that will save up to 105 lives.
Donate to NHS Food Drive! There is still time to donate to the Alliance High School National Honor Society food drive to benefit the Alliance Community Pantry. The drive ends on Friday. Send your donations of nonperishable food items to school with any student. Donations are accepted before school from 7:15-7:45am and also Thursday evening from 6:30-7:00pm.
Aviator Sports Boosters The HANGAR, the Alliance Aviator spirit store located in the AHS athletic lobby, will be open Saturday, November 5th from 9AM-3PM during the AHS Craft Show. The HANGAR features a large variety of newly added apparel, baby & toddler t's, bibs, ties, hats, visors, umbrellas, blankets, bags, rhinestone airplane pins, coffee mugs, water bottles, yard signs, window clings, & lots more! The Stark County's Sports Icons & High School Greats Book will also be available to purchase. The Aviator Top 10 includes: Len Dawson (also featured as a Stark Co Great), Mel Knowlton, Anthony Blair, Harry Fails Jr, John Borton, Dave Clegg, Kendall Davis-Clark, Jen Wollam, JJ Kukura, & Charles Babb and additional Aviators are listed as Honorable Mentions. All Stark County high schools are included. The Aviator Sports Boosters 2016-2017 membership drive is in full swing. Memberships are available and being accepted at the AHS athletic office or by contacting membership chairman Nicole Shaw(304-374-1780). All Aviator fans are encouraged to join & get involved! The Aviator Sports Boosters will meet for their regular monthly meeting on Monday, November 7th at 7pm, at AHS in room 237 (past the auditorium doors on the right side of the hallway). All Aviator fans are encouraged to attend! *Like the Aviator Sports Boosters at AviatorSportsBoosters on Facebook *Follow the Aviator Sports Booster on Twitter @AviatorSpirit *To receive Aviator Sports Boosters/Athletic text alerts text to 40404 with the following message: FOLLOWAVIATORSPIRIT
Aviator Shootout The community is invited to the 6th Annual Aviator Shootout this Friday, November 4. The event, featuring 5 minute films created in 48 hours by groups of Media Arts students, begins at 7 in Room A at AHS. After viewing these films, join us in the Media Arts room for the awards program, snacks and prizes. The event is free and we look forward to seeing you there to support these future filmmakers!
AHS to host a Veteran's Day Assembly The Social Studies Department at Alliance High School has organized a Veteran's Day Assembly to honor those who have served our country. The assembly is open to the public and will take place in the auditorium on Wednesday, November 11th from 1:45-2:30. Those wishing to attend should try to arrive by 1:30. Reserved seating will be provided for veterans and their guests, by RSVP. To RSVP, please email Joe Beichler at email@example.com or call Linda Poole at 330-829-2247 & let them know the number in your party. If you are not a veteran/accompanying a veteran, there is no need to RSVP. The opening of the assembly will feature a slideshow of veteran's pictures. If you would like a veteran's picture included, please email the photo (along with the name and rank/branch) to Joe Beichler at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are unable to send an electronic image, you may stop by the AHS main office to have a photo scanned. The image will be scanned by one of the main office secretaries & returned to you immediately.
Food Drive AHS National Honor Society is sponsoring a food drive to benefit the Alliance Community Pantry during the week of November 7-11. Donations of non-perishable food items are requested and can be sent to school with any student.
Alliance High School College and Career Fair The 2nd Annual Alliance High School College and Career Fair will be on Thursday, November 3rd in the AHS gymnasium from 6pm-7:30pm. All seniors will have a senior meeting from 6pm-6:45pm in the auditorium and then will be released to the gym to check out the various colleges, universities, career tech schools, employers, and scholarship organizations. Freshman, sophomores, and juniors are encouraged to come as well.
AHS will be hosting a parent college financial aid meeting tonight at 6:00. We hope to see you there.
The AHS marching band will be having a concert tonight at 7:00. Mr. Fontaine promised everyone would be home by the first pitch of the Indians game. Come out and support these amazing students!
Goverment Twitter Chat: #AHSdebates AHS Government students have been taking part in live chats on Twitter while the Presidential debates are being televised. The students use the hashtag "#AHSdebates" with comments and questions about the candidates and issues being discussed. AHS Government teacher Joe Beichler has moderated the Twitter Chats, and has had help from several AHS staff members, all of whom respond to student questions and post comments to stimulate conversation. The turnout has been excellent, and we're very hopeful about student participation for the last debate on Wednesday night. Anyone wishing to follow along or contribute to the conversation is welcome...just be sure to include #AHSdebates with your post.
Thanks! The Alliance High School Baseball Team would like to thank Mr. Charlie Winner and Marty Pagnucco for providing their equipment and time to help move 50 tons of dirt from the Alliance High School parking lot onto the Alliance High School baseball field.
#AHS_DeclarationofIndependence Freshmen history students have been studying and learning about America's founding documents. Students created a class video where they recited the preamble to the Declaration of Independence which can be viewed on Twitter #AHS_DeclarationofIndependence Currently, students are examining the failure of the Articles of Confederation and events such as Shay’s Rebellion that led to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. Follow me on Twitter @shivelych
Reppin’ That A: The following students were recognized for representing Alliance High School (Reppin’ That A) in a special way! Nautica Longaberger Nina Caserta Jose "Emma" Lopez Hanna Shakhtra Mackensie Howley Miranda Jennings Mallory McCreedy
AHS Enlightenment Salon Freshmen in Mr. Shively's class held an Enlightenment Salon in which students discussed topics that concerned people of the eighteenth century. Classical music was played to set the mood. Because the fashion of the day, students were encouraged to wear wigs and hats for the event.
Premedical Professions I Students in Premedical Professions I started off this year strong, learning about infection and how to decrease transmission of diseases. They are now learning First Aid and Heartsaver CPR through the American Heart Association. They are literally learning how to save lives!
Reppin’ That A: The following students were recognized for representing Alliance High School (Reppin’ That A) in a special way: Dakota Lallie Tyler Wade Cortaise Rogers Dominic Bertolini Tiffany McMasters
AHS Homecoming AHS Homecoming, "A Night in the 1920s" will be held on Saturday, October 8 from 7-10pm. Tickets are $10 for students who purchase them by September 30 in the lobby at 7:30am and 2:30pm. Late tickets will be sold the following week for $15.
Alliance High School FCS On Monday September 12th the following Alliance High School FCS (FCCLA) students participated in the Canton College Fund Fall Fete. These students were selected to present their food science research projects based on quality of their final project requirements. The students in Mrs. DeMaiolo’s Food Science classes have been working hard in many different areas of the Science of Food. They have been studying basic food chemistry including the physical qualities of food as well as their chemical changes through scientific evaluation.: Gabreal Mathes- Research Food Science Topic: Food Waste in America and the Cost-also served the dinner and helped with assembling plates. Tayla Tenney-Research Food Science Topic: Advantages and disadvantages of organic foods-she also helped with serving the dinner and helped assembly plates. Natasha Miku-Changes to Sustainability-Operated the Fender Blender and made salsa and gazpacho for appetizers Bianco Peloso- Research Food Science Topic-Genetic Engineering-she also helped with the Fender Blender and made appetizers. Seandalin Jones-Genetically Modified Organisms-she helped assembly plates and serve as well as offered samples of the Raisin Rack Gourmet appetizers at the activity tables. Miki Grewe-Worked the Fender Blender made salsa and gazpacho
The Auto Body 1 students have learned about general shop safety and safely working with refinish products. The students worked in teams of two and painted bumper covers using PPG sealer,base coat and clear coat. All of the students said that they really enjoyed the hands on learning and realized that they have a lot to learn.The students experienced first hand that learning this type of skill takes time and patience. Each student expressed in written form what they learned the most from this lesson;this is what one student wrote."I enjoyed finding my mistakes and seeing what I did wrong and learning how to fix it and become better.
Reppin’ That A: The following students were recognized for representing Alliance High School (Reppin’ That A) in a special way: Shiann Jackson Tyler WIlliams Hannah Glinsey Leeah Dulaney Devin Russell Savannah Heller
Tonight's boys soccer game has been canceled! As soon as it is rescheduled we will let you know.
Support Our Sports: Boys golf vs West Branch @ 4 Girls golf @ Marlington @ 4 Girls tennis vs Marlington @ 4 JV volleyball vs Canton South @ 5 Varsity @ 6 B soccer @ Louisville @ 7
Support Our Sports: Girls golf at South at 4 Varsity tennis vs Orville at 4 Varsity soccer vs Firestone at 7
The Alliance City Health Department provides immunizations to the following VFC eligible children: -Children who do not have any form of health insurance -Children who have one of the Medicaid Insurances: CareSource, Buckeye, United Healthcare Community, Molina or Paramount -Children who are Under-Insured (parent must provide insurance documentation of under –insured status) Cost is $20 per immunization; sliding fee scale is available. Shots are free with an eligible Medicaid card (see list above). Parents must bring insurance card and shot record to the appointment. Child must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian. No child who is VFC eligible will be turned away due to inability to pay. All Immunization clinics are by appointment only. Please call 330-821-7373 X 20. Monday 1pm-3:45pm Tuesday 1pm-3:45pm; late clinics are held the First and Third Tuesdays of each month 2pm-5:30pm Thursday 1pm-3:45pm (at least up through September and possibly October if needed) Friday 8:45am-10-45am
Alliance High School will be having open house tonight from 4-7. We hope to see you there!
Support Our Sports: Girls varsity golf vs Carrollton @ 4 Girls varsity tennis vs Central Christian @ 4 JV boys soccer at St. Thomas at 5 Varsity boys soccer at St. Thomas at 7 Go Aviators!
Support Our Sports: JV volleyball at Washington HS @ 5 Varsity volleyball at Washington at 6:30
Support Our Sports: Good luck to all athletes competing today. Go Aviators! The varsity girls tennis team will travel to Chippewa at 4:00. JV volleyball will be home against St. Thomas at 5:00. Varsity volleyball will be home against St. Thomas at 6:30. Girls varsity soccer will be home against Northwest at 7:00.
The 2016-2017 school year starts tomorrow! We can't wait to see everyone in the morning.
Good luck to the AHS boys golf team as they travel to Carrollton at 4:00. Go Aviators!
Support Our Sports: Girls tennis will be taking on Washington at 4:00. Girls golf will be home against Marlington at 4:00. Boys golf will travel to Minerva at 4:00. Varsity football will travel to Southeast at 7:00. Good luck athletes! Go Aviators!
AHS will be having an iPad meeting tonight for parents.
Support Our Sports: Varsity golf will be home against Canton South at 3:00. AHS girls golf will travel to Minerva at 11:00. Good luck athletes! Go Aviators!
Support Our Sports: Ams golf will travel to Carrollton at 1:00. Boys varsity soccer will travel to Canton Central Catholic at 7:15. Good luck athletes. Go Aviators!
Good luck to the girls golf team who will also be competing today. Go Aviators!
Support Our Sports: Good luck to the varsity girls soccer team as they take on Hiland High School at 6:00pm. Go Aviators!
Support Our Sports: Varsity football will travel to Youngstown. Varsity girls soccer will take on Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy at 5:00. Varsity boys soccer will take on Fairless at 6:00. Good luck. Go Aviators!
The AHS Senior Class of 2017 will have Fresh Cut French Fries and Nachos & Cheese available during Carnation Days. Please come to our booth at Silver Park for a tasty treat! Also, please consider volunteering your time to work a shift. The dates and times are as follows, but currently, most help is needed on Saturday: Wed, Aug 17 - Fri, Aug 19 3:00-6:00 6:00-close Sat, Aug 20: 12:00-3:00 3:00-7:00 7:00-close We will set up Tues, Aug 16 at 10:00 am and tear down Sun, Aug 21, time TBA. Those wanting to help can contact Diana Madison at 330-206-2797. Thank You and Go Aviators!
Incoming Freshman! Don't forget that orientation activities are tonight beginning at 4:00. You will receive your iPad tonight! We hope to see you there!
Support Our Sports: The boys golf team will host the AHS golf tournament at Alliance Country Club today. The AHS football team will scrimmage Southeast today at 9:00. Varsity girls soccer will travel to St. Thomas at 5:00. Varsity boys soccer will be home against Firestone at 6:00. Good luck! Go Aviators!!
Parents: don't forget to take advantage of the Ohio sales tax holiday for school supplies and clothes. Aug 5, 6, and 7!
Athletic Forms: Alliance City School students in grades 7-12, who plan on participating in any sports for the 2016-17 school year, MUST have a current physical and insurance packet on file. These forms can be turned in to their coach or the athletic office. Fall sport athletes must have these turned in no later than August 1st. Please be sure to take the current 2016-17 physical form with you to your doctor's appointment. This form and the insurance packet can be downloaded from the high school website or found outside the high school ticket office or the middle school office. For questions regarding this information, please contact the high school athletic office at 330-821-3972. http://alliance.ss5.sharpschool.com/district/athletics/athletic_forms/
There will be a mandatory AHS Boys/Girls Cross Country Meeting on Thursday July 21st at 4:00pm in the AHS Auditorium.
There will be a Meet & Greet for the new Alliance girls basketball coach 6/2 at 5PM.M at AHS in Room A. Alliance girls basketball players in grades 7 thru 12 and their parents are invited.
Volleyball Open Gym: 7-12th grade will begin open gym on Tuesday from 6-9am. Open gyms will run Monday-Thursday 6-9am through the summer.
Good luck to the senior cosmetology students who will be taking their state board exams today in Columbus.
AHS Football Parent meeting: There will be a high school football parent/player meeting Tuesday May 17th at 7 pm in the auditorium.
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