It’s murder pure and simple in this drawing-room comedy. The drama unfolds at Monkswell Manor, where 8 total strangers find themselves snowed in among reports that a murderer is on the loose. Trapped in the guesthouse – with no means of contacting the outside world – they find that no one is quite what they seem. Everyone has secrets. One of them is a killer. The question is, who is the guilty party?
Our growing District is recruiting substitutes for a variety of jobs: teachers, paras, nurses, custodians and nutrition staff. Substitutes are highly valued and supported within the caring family environment at our schools. Applicants must be able to work up to 5 days/week, 7.5 hours per day. It's a perfect way to give back to your child's school, or get to know us before hiring and expansion next year.
We’re pleased to present you with the big Fall Issue of our electronic newsletter, The Appoquinimink Bulletin. We hope you'll read about the students, teachers, schools and events making news in our district and consider forwarding a copy to your friends, neighbors and relatives!
Families who wish to be considered for a slot at a school outside their identified feeder pattern should note that the application process for “school choice” will be opening on Monday, Nov. 2, 2015 at 8:00 a.m. The window to apply closes at 4:00 p.m. on January 13, 2016.
This week, the Middletown Transcript carried an informative story about the District's 5% surge in enrollment over the summer which has resulted in the formation of a Building Utilization Committee (BUC). The BUC is tasked with developing a 10-year plan to address fast-paced growth in the area. Parents, staff and members of the public are invited to attend these sessions, which will result in a presentation and recommendations to the Board later this winter.
The District’s Calendar Committee presented its proposal for the 2016-17 Calendar at the October 13, 2015 Board of Education Meeting. A public comment period is now underway. It will conclude on December 8, 2015. Copies of both the PowerPoint presentation and DRAFT calendar appear below.
Tuesday, October 20 / From 6:30-7:30 p.m. / AHS Auditorium Middle and High School parents, please be sure to join us for this important workshop about college expense planning. We'll make you aware of the various tools available to help you pay for college and help you understand the deadlines and processes for filing.
PSAT- October 14th
All 9th-11th grade students will take the PSAT in Advisory on Wednesday, October 14th. Students will go directly to their testing location. Testing will begin at 7:25 and end at approximately 11:05. Students should bring #2 pencils (not mechanical) and calculators with batteries. PSAT presentations are attached. Please visit www.collegeboard.org for additional resources.
Would you like to honor a school counselor who has gone above and beyond the regular duties of their job, as they plan and implement programs and activities that make a difference for the students, families and communities in Delaware?
Students, teachers, and family commemorated the events of Sept. 11, 2001 at the first football game of the 2015 season. The moving ceremony included military personnel, firefighters from the Volunteer Hose Company, and officers with the Middletown Police Department. Open this story to view a video and photographs of the ceremony reprinted courtesy of Dolores Bernal/The Middletown Transcript.
Welcome to Appoquinimink High School, home of the Jaguars!
I am very excited about the upcoming year. It is the sixth anniversary for our school (which opened in 2008) and also marks my sixth year as an administrator at AHS.
During that time, we’ve grown from a community of 1,050 learners to nearly 1,600. We have experienced success in the classroom and earned recognition in the arts, sports and numerous co-curricular organizations. Twice, we have been selected by the College Board for the National AP Honor Roll (2012, 2014), and this year we were named one of the nation’s top high schools by U.S. News & World Report.
Achievement, Honor and Service are the mission of AHS and we attempt to promote this every day in every way. I am looking forward to continuous advancement of this mission with the AHS students, staff, parents and community.
Please look forward to be on the lookout for our “Welcome Back” newsletter at the beginning of August. It will contain important information to help with the transition back to school.
In the meantime, please have a safe and relaxing summer.
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