New Photo Albums: Art Show, Craft & Vendor Fair, Greenhouse, Chamber of Commerce Luncheon

Last week, our schools participated in a number of exciting events. Photo albums from some of the larger events can be found at the link below.
News Alert! eNEWS for April 2015

Student Art Show & Reception: April 25, 2015

Talented artists from every school and grade will be showcased at our 2015 Student Art Show. The Opening Reception is happening on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Gilbert W. Perry Center for the Arts in Middletown.
MMS Vendor & Craft Fair / Saturday, April 25 / 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
More than 100 vendors and crafters will be represented; and there will be discounts, special prizes and giveaways. Children's entertainment includes two inflatable bounce houses, face painting, crafts, a petting zoo and pony rides! A helicopter will make a special visit and families can tour inside. When you get hungry they've got chicken, pizza, hotdogs, fries, drinks, and snacks (smoothies, popcorn, funnel cake, water ice, pretzels...).
2015-16 School Calendar Approved
On April 21, Appoquinimink's Board of Education approved the 2015-16 proposed calendar. A 14-page, "month at a glance" version is attached. Later this month, we'll boil that down to a one page (2-sided) version and post to school and district websites.
FFA Fundraiser: Phillies Box Seat Tickets

FFA has a great deal for you. Enter now for a chance to win Box Seats (above the dugout) to a Phillies v. Blue Jays game. Just $10/10 (a pack) or purchase in any quantity for $1/each.
AHS, MHS Win 3 Pathways to Prosperity Grants

Governor Jack Markell, award-winning CEO Mark Stellini (Assurance Media), UD Computer & Information Sciences Professor Terry Harvey, and the Department of Education's Chief Academic Office Michael Watson joined Superintendent Matt Burrows at Appoquinimink High on April 22, to announce Delaware's first Pathways to Prosperity grants, given to high schools offering new, intensive education and training in key fields.
AHS Greenhouse Grand Opening Sale

The kids are selling more than a dozen different varieties of flowers, flowering vines, ferns, 15 herbs and 16 different vegetable plants. You can buy singles, 6-packs, hanging and potted plants. Prices start at just $1.
Teen Volunteer Fair
Wednesday, April 29 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Appoquinimink Public Library
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Featured Photo Albums

  • MHS Showcase of Champions 2014

  • 2013-14 School Year

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  • Fostering an environment that offers opportunities that prepare students to be global citizens - Character
  • Cultivating pride by supporting positive behavior - Attitude
  • Enabling all students to discover and achieve post secondary endeavors - Vision
  • Implementing a diverse, rigorous curriculum - Success

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Interim reports posted, Grades 6-12
Date: May 1
MHS truck pull (cancer society fundraiser)
Date: May 6
MHS band / orchestra awards concert
Date: May 7
MHS Senior Prom
Date: May 8
Time: 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Location: Rollins Center
Sports Booster Meeting
Date: May 11
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: High School Commons
MHS choral concert
Date: May 12

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