Monthly Archives: April 2014

Athena Staff Update – Week 33

The Athena High School Mission: “Our graduates will be prepared for success in college and career in the 21st century.”   Fostering 21st Century Creativity In Our Students: Creativity is a skill and an expectation that we should integrate and … Continue reading

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UofR Admissions Promotional Rap Video

Click on the image below to watch a really creative admissions video…

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5 Great Rubric Making Tools

Click the link below to visit a great blog posting on resources of developing your own rubrics. http://elearningindustry.com/the-5-best-free-rubric-making-tools-for-teachers

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Guidelines for the Year End PLC Presentations

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Staff Meeting Calendar for the Rest of the School Year

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Miss Saigon Slideshow on Youtube

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Pictures from Miss Saigon Posted

Click here to view all the pictures on our Facebook page. Or just look at a few of them below.

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Louise Slaughter Boasts About The Athena Arts Program

The comments about Athena are about 3 minutes into the video.

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Athena Staff Update – Week 30

The Athena High School Mission: “Our graduates will be prepared for success in college and career in the 21st century.”   —————————————————- Hello Team, Thank You for the Privilege of Being Your Principal – Over the past 10 years I have … Continue reading

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Community Feedback Requested Regarding The Next Principal for Athena High School

As you know, Athena High School is beginning the process of searching for our next principal.  The District is looking for  community feedback, input and involvement in this process.  There are two way you can be involved in this process. … Continue reading

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