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AHS Morning Announcements

Tuesday, 12/18

Please make sure to check out the lost and found. Keys and more expensive items will be kept in the office.  Items will be donated during break.

There will be a Euchre Club meeting on Thursday at 2:30 in room 108. All are welcome.

Aurora High School Youth Hockey Night Thursday, December 27th 6:40pm Join the AHS hockey team for their game at "The Pond" . ADMISSION to this game is FREE to ALL AURORA STUDENTS!! During the game don't forget to try your skill at "Chuck-A-Puck",  have your picture taken with the GREENMAN or win an Aurora Hockey fleece blanket or T-shirt! We look forward to seeing you at the rink!
 

 

 

 

The next Drivers' Ed course begins on Wednesday, January 9. Classes start after school at 4:45 in Room 208.

Pick up a Drivers' Ed flyer at the main office for details and registration information.

Monday, 12/17

The hockey team lost 2 games this past weekend to division rivals.  On Friday night the Greenmen rallied from 3 goals down in the last 5 minutes to tie CVCA, only to see the game slip away as the Royals scored with 10 seconds left to hand Aurora a 5-4 defeat. Jack Pfiffner led the comeback scoring 2 goals in the last 3 minutes of the game. Cameron Mullin and Sevi Sharrotta had the other goals. On Sunday the team lost to Normandy in Parma by a score of 8-5.  Mullin had 2 goals in the game and leads the team with 15 goals on the season.  Pfiffner, Mike Mancine and Jack McElwee also scored in the contest.  Goalie Jordan Smith stopped 45 Invader shots.  The team travels back to Parma tomorrow night for a 7 PM contest with the Parma Redmen

Have you ever thought about engineering as a career?  Have you ever considered attending The Ohio State University?  If you answered yes to either of these questions, listen up!  Three AHS alumni and current OSU students are coming on Monday, December 17 at 2:30 pm in Room 85 to tell you about their experience as OSU engineering students.  This event is for all grade levels and snacks will be provided!  Sign up in the guidance office today!

Aurora High School Youth Hockey Night Thursday, December 27th 6:40pm Join the AHS hockey team for their game at "The Pond" . ADMISSION to this game is FREE to ALL AURORA STUDENTS!! During the game don't forget to try your skill at "Chuck-A-Puck",  have your picture taken with the GREENMAN or win an Aurora Hockey fleece blanket or T-shirt! We look forward to seeing you at the rink

 

 

 

The next Drivers' Ed course begins on Wednesday, January 9. Classes start after school at 4:45 in Room 208.

Pick up a Drivers' Ed flyer at the main office for details and registration information.

Friday, 12/14

Congratulations to this week’s Pride Card winners Evealyn Gainer, Johnny Kushan please see Mrs. Berger for your prize.

The Greenmen Cafe will be featuring a Hot Chocolate Bar. We will have toppings such as crushed peppermint, chocolate shavings, Hershey's chocolate syrup, sprinkles, and whip cream! Each cup will be $1.00.

Bring $1 and come to the Seniors vs. Teacher basketball game on Friday, December 14th during the school assembly. Admission is only $1 and proceeds will go towards the 4 Aurora for Others Charities.

If you were unable to attend the track and field meeting on Wednesday, see Coach Radtke this week in Room 119.

Have you ever thought about engineering as a career?  Have you ever considered attending The Ohio State University?  If you answered yes to either of these questions, listen up!  Three AHS alumni and current OSU students are coming on Monday, December 17 at 2:30 pm in Room 85 to tell you about their experience as OSU engineering students.  This event is for all grade levels and snacks will be provided!  Sign up in the guidance office today!

Aurora High School Youth Hockey Night Thursday, December 27th 6:40pm Join the AHS hockey team for their game at "The Pond" . ADMISSION to this game is FREE to ALL AURORA STUDENTS!! During the game don't forget to try your skill at "Chuck-A-Puck",  have your picture taken with the GREENMAN or win an Aurora Hockey fleece blanket or T-shirt! We look forward to seeing you at the rink!

Pick up a Drivers' Ed flyer at the main office for details and registration information.The next Drivers' Ed course begins on Wednesday, January 9. Classes start after school at 4:45 in Room 208.

Last night the wrestling team dominated Barberton 61-10 and Tallmadge 69-0.

Thursday, 12/13

Reminder we will have an adjusted schedule tomorrow for the Aurora For Others Assembly, classes will be 43 minutes with the assembly beginning at 1:40.

Bring $1 and come to the Seniors vs. Teacher basketball game on Friday, December 14th during the school assembly. Admission is only $1 and proceeds will go towards the 4 Aurora for Others Charities.

If you were unable to attend the track and field meeting on Wednesday, see Coach Radtke this week in Room 119.

There will be a Euchre Club meeting today Thursday at 2:30 in Room 108. Come and play, or learn how to play Euchre. All are welcome.

Have you ever thought about engineering as a career?  Have you ever considered attending The Ohio State University?  If you answered yes to either of these questions, listen up!  Three AHS alumni and current OSU students are coming on Monday, December 17 at 2:30 pm in Room 85 to tell you about their experience as OSU engineering students.  This event is for all grade levels and snacks will be provided!  Sign up in the guidance office today!

Aurora High School Youth Hockey Night Thursday, December 27th 6:40pm Join the AHS hockey team for their game at "The Pond" . ADMISSION to this game is FREE to ALL AURORA STUDENTS!! During the game don't forget to try your skill at "Chuck-A-Puck",  have your picture taken with the GREENMAN or win an Aurora Hockey fleece blanket or T-shirt! We look forward to seeing you at the rink!

The Orange Lions ended the hockey teams 3 game winning streak last night at The Pond.  The Lions won in dramatic fashion, scoring the winning goal with 5 seconds left in the game to give the Greenmen there 2nd defeat of the season.  Nathan Funk scored twice and Cameron Mullin and Jack McElwee had the other Greenmen goals. The ice team will try to rebound this weekend with two divisional games against foes that they currently share 1st place with in the Blue North division.  CVCA invades the Pond this Friday for an 8:50 PM contest, then the Greenmen travel to Parma Sunday afternoon to face off with the Normandy Invaders at  3 o clock.  Good Luck Greenmen.

 

 

 

The next Drivers' Ed course begins on Wednesday, January 9. Classes start after school at 4:45 in Room 208.

Pick up a Drivers' Ed flyer at the main office for details and registration information.

Wednesday, 12/12

Debate Club is meeting today Wednesday, December 12 in Mr. Rubin’s room (Room 118) from 2:40-3:30 directly after the student council meeting. The topic this week is, “Should news reporters have the right to protect the identity of confidential sources?” All are welcome to come listen and share their opinion.

There will be an informational meeting for all those interested in track and field who are not involved in a winter sport.  We will meet tomororw Wednesday, December 12 at 2:35 in the Senior Room.  If you have any questions see Coach Radtke in Room 119. 

There will be a Euchre Club meeting tomorrow Thursday at 2:30 in Room 108. Come and play, or learn how to play Euchre. All are welcome.

Bring $1 and come to the Seniors vs. Teacher basketball game on Friday, December 14th during the school assembly. Admission is only $1 and proceeds will go towards the 4 Aurora for Others Charities.

Last night the boys basketball improves their record to 3 and 1 with a big win over Kent! Leading the Greenmen was Jack Fecko with 18 points and 10 rebounds!! Also scoring for the boys was Justin Gentile with 14, Ethan Hays with 13, Luke Miller with 12, and Cooper Bizjak with 10 points. The boys lace them up again this Friday against Barberton!! Let’s white out the gym !! Come on Greenmen nation let’s Go! 

Have you ever thought about engineering as a career?  Have you ever considered attending The Ohio State University?  If you answered yes to either of these questions, listen up!  Three AHS alumni and current OSU students are coming on Monday, December 17 at 2:30 pm in Room 85 to tell you about their experience as OSU engineering students.  This event is for all grade levels and snacks will be provided!  Sign up in the guidance office today!

Aurora High School Youth Hockey Night Thursday, December 27th 6:40pm Join the AHS hockey team for their game at "The Pond" . ADMISSION to this game is FREE to ALL AURORA STUDENTS!! During the game don't forget to try your skill at "Chuck-A-Puck",  have your picture taken with the GREENMAN or win an Aurora Hockey fleece blanket or T-shirt! We look forward to seeing you at the rink.

 

 

 

The next Drivers' Ed course begins on Wednesday, January 9. Classes start after school at 4:45 in Room 208.

Pick up a Drivers' Ed flyer at the main office for details and registration information.

Tuesday, 12/11

The next International Club meeting will be today Tuesday December 11th at 2:30 PM in Mrs. Foster's room. Please check the Google classroom and sign up for the Holiday exchange before the meeting.

GSA will meet today Tuesday, December 11th in Mrs. Cook's room.  All are welcome and snacks will be provided!

Debate Club is meeting tomorrow Wednesday, December 12 in Mr. Rubin’s room (Room 118) from 2:40-3:30 directly after the student council meeting. The topic this week is, “Should news reporters have the right to protect the identity of confidential sources?” All are welcome to come listen and share their opinion.

There will be an informational meeting for all those interested in track and field who are not involved in a winter sport.  We will meet tomororw Wednesday, December 12 at 2:35 in the Senior Room.  If you have any questions see Coach Radtke in Room 119. 

There will be a Euchre Club meeting on Thursday at 2:30 in Room 108. Come and play, or learn how to play Euchre. All are welcome.

Bring $1 and come to the Seniors vs. Teacher basketball game on Friday, December 14th during the school assembly. Admission is only $1 and proceeds will go towards the 4 Aurora for Others Charities.

Have you ever thought about engineering as a career?  Have you ever considered attending The Ohio State University?  If you answered yes to either of these questions, listen up!  Three AHS alumni and current OSU students are coming on Monday, December 17 at 2:30 pm in Room 85 to tell you about their experience as OSU engineering students.  This event is for all grade levels and snacks will be provided!  Sign up in the guidance office today!

Aurora High School Youth Hockey Night Thursday, December 27th 6:40pm Join the AHS hockey team for their game at "The Pond" . ADMISSION to this game is FREE to ALL AURORA STUDENTS!! During the game don't forget to try your skill at "Chuck-A-Puck",  have your picture taken with the GREENMAN or win an Aurora Hockey fleece blanket or T-shirt! We look forward to seeing you at the rink!

Monday, 12/10

The next International Club meeting will be tomorrow Tuesday December 11th at 2:30 PM in Mrs. Foster's room. Please check the Google classroom and sign up for the Holiday exchange before the meeting.

GSA will meet tomorrow Tuesday, December 11th in Mrs. Cook's room.  All are welcome and snacks will be provided!

Debate Club is meeting this Wednesday, December 12 in Mr. Rubin’s room (Room 118) from 2:40-3:30 directly after the student council meeting. The topic this week is, “Should news reporters have the right to protect the identity of confidential sources?” All are welcome to come listen and share their opinion.

There will be an informational meeting for all those interested in track and field who are not involved in a winter sport.  We will meet Wednesday, December 12 at 2:35 in the Senior Room.  If you have any questions see Coach Radtke in Room 119. 

Bring $1 and come to the Seniors vs. Teacher basketball game on Friday, December 14th during the school assembly. Admission is only $1 and proceeds will go towards the 4 Aurora for Others Charities.

Aurora High School Youth Hockey Night Thursday, December 27th 6:40pm Join the AHS hockey team for their game at "The Pond" . ADMISSION to this game is FREE to ALL AURORA STUDENTS!! During the game don't forget to try your skill at "Chuck-A-Puck",  have your picture taken with the GREENMAN or win an Aurora Hockey fleece blanket or T-shirt! We look forward to seeing you at the rink!

The hockey team won both games this weekend at The Pond to raise their record to 6-1.   Saturday the squad topped Brooklyn by a 6-0 score.  The Greenmen scored 4 third period goals to break open a tight game.  Nolan Sullivan earned his first win and shutout in the Greenmen goal.  Nathan Funk and Cameron Mullin each scored twice and Jack Pfiffner and Maxx Goldston had the other goals.

On Sunday the team moved into a first place tie in the Blue North division by defeating division foe Lakewood 6-1.  Patrick Murray lead the offense with 2 goals.  Jack Pfiffner, Funk, Mullin and McElwee also tallied goals.  Goaltender Nathan Smith won for the 5th time this season stopping 21 Ranger shots, including a penalty shot in the 2nd period.

Aurora's next plays a non-divisional game this Wednesday versus the Orange Lions.  Gametime is at 8:20.  GREAT JOB HOCKEY TEAM! 

Friday, 12/7

Congratulations to this week’s PRIDE card winners, Spencer Harris and Maya Girn please see Mrs. Berger for your prize. 

The next International Club meeting will be Tuesday December 11th at 2:30 PM in Mrs. Foster's room. Please check the Google classroom and sign up for the Holiday exchange before the meeting.

GSA will meet Tuesday, December 11th in Mrs. Cook's room.  All are welcome and snacks will be provided!

Bring $1 and come to the Seniors vs. Teacher basketball game on Friday, December 14th during the school assembly. Admission is only $1 and proceeds will go towards the 4 Aurora for Others Charities.

Thursday, 12/6

Don’t forget tomorrow is the all out 1st period coin war.  Bring your money to support aurora for others.  Coins add to your class total.  Paper money subtracts from your class total. The Freshmen are in 1st, followed by the sophomores then the seniors and in last are the juniors!  Coin War ends Wednesday the 12th.

The next International Club meeting will be Tuesday December 11th at 2:30 PM in Mrs. Foster's room. Please check the Google classroom and sign up for the Holiday exchange before the meeting.

GSA will meet Tuesday, December 11th in Mrs. Cook's room.  All are welcome and snacks will be provided!

Bring $1 and come to the Seniors vs. Teacher basketball game on Friday, December 14th during the school assembly. Admission is only $1 and proceeds will go towards the 4 Aurora for Others Charities.

Wednesday, 12/5

Students, is there just that one teacher you really wish you could pie in the face? Well now you can! Enter the raffle during your lunch period to pie a teacher in the face! Proceeds go to the 4 amazing charities sponsored by Aurora for Others.

Last night the Greenmen won a hard fought battle vs WRA. The final score of 65-55 was lead by Ethan Hays with a double double. Ethan had 26 points and 15 rebounds followed by Gabe Elsawy with 19 points. This Friday the Greenmen have their home opener vs Tallmadge!! Come support the boys and get loud !!! Let’s see if we can fill the student section !

Attention all readers and book lovers:  the AHS Book Club, A Novel idea, will meet today December 5th at 2:30 in Mrs. Lindley's room.  What book would you most like to give or receive for Christmas?  Join us for snacks and conversation.

GSA will meet Tuesday, December 11th in Mrs. Cook's room.  All are welcome and snacks will be provided!

Tuesday, 12/4

Do you want to help children in foster care feel special by giving them a personal bag with their own personal belongings to take with them as they travel from home to home? Do you want to help people struggling with addiction get back on their feet? Would you want to help sick, old, or stray animals get the care they need in order for them to find a forever home? Do you want to help create schools and education systems in third world countries to allow more kids to get an education? If you said yes to any of these questions, then Aurora for Others is for you! We are sponsoring 4 charities: Comfort Cases, helping foster kids feel special, House of Hope, helping people struggling with addiction, Alchemy Acres, helping stray animals find their forever home, and Pencils of Promise, helping poor communities around the world build educational systems.

Satisfy your Chipotle cravings and help support the AHS Science Olympiad team by having dinner at the Twinsburg Chipotle tonight between the hours of 4 - 8 PM.  Check your school email for a flyer or simply tell the cashier you are there to support AHS Science Olympiad and they will donate a portion of the proceeds to our school.  Bring a friend or or two.

Attention all readers and book lovers:  the AHS Book Club, A Novel idea, will meet December 5th at 2:30 in Mrs. Lindley's room.  What book would you most like to give or receive for Christmas?  Join us for snacks and conversation.

Monday, 12/3

The Aurora hockey team overwhelmed the Mayfield Wildcats in their home opener last Saturday by a 12-2 score.  The Greemen broke open a 1-1 game late in the 1st period and then scored 8 2nd period goals.

Patrick Murray had 3 goals, while Cameron Mullin led the team in scoring with 7 points on 2 goals and 5 assists.  Jack Pfiffner had 2 goals and 3 assists, Mike Mancine also scored twice and Alice Hesmondhalgh scored the other Greenmen goal.  The ice team has two home games this weekend at The Pond.  The Greenmen faceoff with the Brooklyn Hurricanes Saturday at 7:40, then Sunday they play host to the Lakewood Rangers.  Sunday evening's game has a 6:20 start. 

This week’s PRIDE card winners are Kurt Nunns and Colin Krupinski please see Mrs. Berger in the office for your prize.

Do you hate spare change? Do you want to get back at another class? Donate to the coin wars! Any amount of money counts! Donating coins to your class’s jar helps your class. Want to get back at those under or upperclassmen? Put bills into other classes jars to hurt their chances! The class with the highest value in coins wins a free breakfast! 

Attention all readers and book lovers:  the AHS Book Club, A Novel idea, will meet December 5th at 2:30 in Mrs. Lindley's room.  What book would you most like to give or receive for Christmas?  Join us for snacks and conversation.