History teachers dropped in (virtually) to say hello! Happy Friday! #ACVirtualSpirit #GoCougars
Happy Friday! Day 5 of AC Virtual Spirit. Be sure to show off you AC gear or colors! #ACVirtualSpirit #GoCougars
Day 4 of AC's Virtual Spirit Week. Let's see your furry friends! #ACVirtualSpirit #ACCougars
The AC/SAS Admin Team are holding virtual team meetings to stay connected and continue to collaborate.
Day 3 of AC's Virtual Spirit Week. Who else needs a new show to binge? Tell us what you are watching! #ACVirtualSpirit #ACCougars
Hello 👋 from the English department! #ACVirtualSpirit #GoCougars
Day 2 of AC's Virtual Spirit Week. Let's get outside and do something fun! Share pictures of how you are staying active and getting some fresh air! DM or tag us and use our hashtags! #ACVirtualSpirit #GoCougars
Time to show us your AC spirit! We're kicking Spirit Week off with an easy one! Share pictures of you rocking your comfiest clothes for online learning! DM or tag us and use our hashtags! #ACVirtualSpirit #GoCougars
Our first Virtual Spirit Week starts tomorrow! Share pictures of you participating each day. Please remember to tag us, use our hashtag, or DM us! #ACVirtualSpirit #GoCougars
What a great reminder of how we can take care of each other and ourselves daily! Stay tuned for our AC Virtual Spirit Week to help us stay connected and have some fun!
As you know, we are in a rapidly changing and challenging situation. As COVID-19 continues to spread, and as public health leaders offer more definitive guidance, we have come to see that our AC/SAS community can play an important role in the public health approach to this local, national, and global threat. The time has come for us to make the shift to remote learning. Today will be our last day of school until Monday, March 30. We will tentatively plan to re-open on Monday, March 30, but will re-assess as that date grows closer. We will continue to monitor the situation and health department recommendations, and will re-evaluate decisions accordingly. Please note that we do not have any confirmed cases or positive tests here in our community. We are taking this strategic approach because we are trying to do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19. This is the only way to flatten the curve and keep our community safe. We know that social distancing is the best thing we can do to help stop the spread and to keep our elderly neighbors, our friends with asthma and other underlying medical conditions, and our parents and grandparents healthy. Together we will navigate these uncharted waters.
Last week student leaders were nominated to attend a leadership retreat that took place at the high school. The students learned about effective ways to lead, including communication and participation. Discussion was student driven about themes such as school spirit and respect. Students then discussed tangible ways in which they can bring what they learned back to the student body. It was a great event!
The Women in Science club made rain clouds in a jar today!
We are extremely excited to introduce you to our next Inspiring and Uplifting Gala 2020 Honoree, Julia Marino '10! The honorees will be sharing their stories on Friday, May 1, at the Inspiring and Uplifting Gala at the Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation. Tickets are on sale now - you don't want to miss this night! Check the link in our bio for more info! Stay tuned for more on the Hall of Fame Inductees!
Students and staff were showing their school spirit for Twin Tuesday! Spirit Week raises money to support AC club activities and to support the St. Jude's Hospital and the National Alliance on Mental Health. #GoCougars
We are extremely excited to introduce you to our Inspiring and Uplifting Gala 2020 Honorees and Hall of Fame inductees this week. The honorees will be sharing their stories on Friday, May 1, at the Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation. Tickets are on sale now - you don't want to miss this night! Check out the link in our bio for tickets, more details, and information.
John Broderick, former NH State Supreme Court Justice, spoke to students in hopes of changing the conversation about mental illness. #MentalHealthAwareness #EndtheStigma
Students in Honors English II are caught reading during WIN. This is a part of the English Department's Book Love initiative where students get to select outside reading books of their choice. Book Love was started by Penny Kittle a New Hampshire teacher and author.