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Sports this Week and more

MONDAY March 27 - "A" day

 

TUESDAY March 28 - "B" day

Baseball & Softball @ Summerville

Golf v Calaveras (Castle Oaks)

Tennis @ Linden

 

WEDNESDAY March 29 - "A" day

Swimming @ Sonora

Baseball & Softball v Bret Harte

 

THURSDAY March 30 - "B" day

Academic Excellence / Honor Roll 10:45AM

Golf @ Summerville (Mtn Springs)

Softball v Big Valley Christian

 

FRIDAY March 31 - "A" day

Track @ Colfax Invitational

Swimming v Bet Harte

 

* Easter weekend April 14 - 17

Forms to download

MARCH 2017 Calendar - See what's going on this month at Argonaut!

 

Athletic Order Form - Click here

 

Athletic Packet 16-17 - Click here

 

Bus Transportation Information - Click here

 

Dance Permission Slip - Click here

 

Medication in School Policy - Click here

 

MySchoolBucks - pay for student fees and purchases - Click here

 

School Tardy Policy: Click here

 

Transcript Order Form for Alumni: Click here

Argonaut High School-wide Action Plan 2016-17

*Click on this link*

 

School-wide Action Plan Feedback

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AERIES Parent Portal Instructions

*Click on this link*

MUSTANG NEWS

3/27/17

Boys basketball, all levels, you have a mandatory meeting at 11:45 Tuesday the 28th in Mr. Hunkins room.  Bring your uniforms and all basketball equipment to turn in.  Uniform charges will be put on student accounts until uniform is turned in

 

Yearbooks are on sale NOW.  Order yours before they run out.  Also Seniors, remind your parents that if they’d like to put your cute little baby pictures in the book they need to purchase a senior ad by Monday, March, 27th.  Stop by Muller’s room if you need more info

 

Be Our Guest”

The Argonaut Class of 2018 requests the honor of your presence for the Junior/Senior Prom on Saturday, April 8, 2017.  Prom will be held in the Grand Oak Ballroom at the Jackson Rancheria Hotel and Casino.  Dinner will be included.    Tickets may be purchased during lunch in the office near Ms. Yarborough.  Tickets are $65.00 for a single/$60 with an ASB card and $125.00 for a couple/$120.00 with an ASB card.  Tickets will only be sold until Friday, March 31.

 

Seniors – Gough is now accepting CSF applications based on your 3rd-quarter grades. This will be the last CSF applications you’ll do for high school and will determine your CSF awards and graduation gear. Please turn in completed transcripts and $5 to Gough by Friday, March 31.

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3/24/17

TODAY: There will be a Cross Country meeting at lunch in Rm 8 - Mr Duggans room for all runners and those interested in joining.

 

Be Our Guest:  The Argonaut Class of 2018 requests the honor of your presence for the Junior/Senior Prom on Saturday, April 8, 2017.  Prom will be held in the Grand Oak Ballroom at the Jackson Rancheria Hotel and Casino.  Dinner will be included.    Tickets may be purchased during lunch in the office near Ms. Yarborough.  Tickets are $65.00 for a single/$60 with an ASB card and $125.00 for a couple/$120.00 with an ASB card.  Tickets will only be sold until Friday, March 31.

 

Boys basketball, all levels, you have a mandatory meeting at 11:45 Tuesday the 28th in Mr. Hunkins room.  Bring your uniforms and all basketball equipment to turn in.  Uniform charges will be put on student accounts until uniform is turned in

 

It is time to organize for our annual e-waste drive, so if you are science, GHOST or Environmental club members please meet in Ms. Himmel's room on Friday at lunch. Remember that this is the money that pays for our fun stuff we get to do together!

 

Anyone interested in Lifeguard training it will begin April 22nd at the Jackson City Pool. Classes continue april 23rd, 28th, and 30th. All classes are from 9am to 6:30 pm. Pre-Register by April 18th, Jackson City Hall.   All Four classes must be attended! You can also call Jackson City Hall at 223-1646

 

Yearbooks are on sale NOW.  Order yours before they run out.  Also Seniors, remind your parents that if they’d like to put your cute little baby pictures in the book they need to purchase a senior ad by Monday, March, 27th.  Stop by Muller’s room if you need more info

 

Seniors – Gough is now accepting CSF applications based on your 3rd-quarter grades. This will be the last CSF applications you’ll do for high school and will determine your CSF awards and graduation gear. Please turn in completed transcripts and $5 to Gough by Friday, March 31.

 

Hispanic Club meeting Friday at lunch in Mrs. Floyd’s room.  We will be starting the application process for The Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project

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3/23/17

TODAY: This is a Mandatory Wrestling Meeting today at lunch in Mr. Landergens room.

 

TODAY: There will be an Art Club meeting today at lunch in the art room

 

If you would like to order Corsage & Boutonnieres for prom, please pick up an order form in the office.  If you order by the 23rd you will receive a special discount.

 

Be Our Guest:  The Argonaut Class of 2018 requests the honor of your presence for the Junior/Senior Prom on Saturday, April 8, 2017.  Prom will be held in the Grand Oak Ballroom at the Jackson Rancheria Hotel and Casino.  Dinner will be included.    Tickets may be purchased during lunch in the office near Ms. Yarborough.  Tickets are $65.00 for a single/$60 with an ASB card and $125.00 for a couple/$120.00 with an ASB card.  Tickets will only be sold until Friday, March 31.

 

Boys basketball, all levels, you have a mandatory meeting at 11:45 Tuesday the 28th in Mr. Hunkins room.  Bring your uniforms and all basketball equipment to turn in.  Uniform charges will be put on student accounts until uniform is turned in

 

It is time to organize for our annual e-waste drive, so if you are science, GHOST or Environmental club members please meet in Ms. Himmel's room on Friday at lunch. Remember that this is the money that pays for our fun stuff we get to do together!

 

Anyone interested in Lifeguard training it will begin April 22nd at the Jackson City Pool. Classes continue april 23rd, 28th, and 30th. All classes are from 9am to 6:30 pm. Pre-Register by April 18th, Jackson City Hall.   All Four classes must be attended! You can also call Jackson City Hall at 223-1646

 

Yearbooks are on sale NOW.  Order yours before they run out.  Also Seniors, remind your parents that if they’d like to put your cute little baby pictures in the book they need to purchase a senior ad by Monday, March, 27th.  Stop by Muller’s room if you need more info

 

Seniors – Gough is now accepting CSF applications based on your 3rd-quarter grades. This will be the last CSF applications you’ll do for high school and will determine your CSF awards and graduation gear. Please turn in completed transcripts and $5 to Gough by Friday, March 31.

 

Hispanic Club meeting Friday at lunch in Mrs. Floyd’s room.  We will be starting the application process for The Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project

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Registration for 2017-2018

Click here to see the Class Listing for the 2017-2018 Academic Year.

Culinary Competition Win!

Argonaut wins the BJ's Restaurant Foundation Best ProStart Program Award!

Thanks to the nomination from Adam Harry and Jillian Welch.

The ProStart Cup is a two—day competition for Culinary Arts and Hospitality. Culinary Students participated in the BJ’s Restaurant Management Cup.  

The goal of the competition was to develop and pitch a business proposal for a new restaurant management concept, including a supporting menu, a marketing plan and a detailed interior/exterior design.

The event took place March 19-20 in Pomona. Click here for Flyer

Art Students wins awards

Cesar Chavez Memorial Education Awards Program is sponsored by the California Teacher’s Association

Junior Ray Floyd, is one of 13 winners in the state of California

 

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Congratulations to Diego Huerta for receiving an honorable mention in the CA Coastal Commission art and poetry contest.  They received 2700 entries from all over CA and the competition was open to all grade levels. One high school student received an award  and 9 high school students received honorable mentions. The competition in this contest was fierce.

Below is a link to the website with all of the winners in art and poetry. His work will be part of a traveling exhibit.  

https://www.coastal.ca.gov/publiced/poster/mm17/gallery1-2017.html

Buy a Senior Ad in Yearbook

Express friendship, love or congratulations to the special student in your life with a Personal Ad in the yearbook. Select the desired size and personalize the ad with your own message and photo(s). Instructions for submitting ad materials and payment are provided in the Flyer.

Click here for information!

Public Announcements

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Local news - streaming Radio.

Walk Bike Amador Survey

Click here to take the Survey about your experience in Walking or Biking in Amador County. How can we make Amador County more walk-able and Bike friendly? Be heard and let them know that you use the streets!

Don't Waste Water

Register to Vote!

Did you know that in California you can register to vote at age 16 or 17 as long as you are 18 by the time that you vote.

Every time you use your precious right to vote, our democracy grows stronger!

Click here to Register to vote and find out more information.

Tutoring

MATH TUTORING

Tuesday & Wednesday

3:30-4:30PM

March

Tuesday @ 3:30PM in Mr Hovey’s room 3

Wednesday @ 3:30PM Mr Landergen’s room 1

April

Tuesday @ 3:30PM in Ms Johnson’s room 3

Wednesday @ 3:30PM Mr Landergen's room 1