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    Welcome to Lion country! 

    Alhambra offers Honors, AP and college credit (dual enrollment) courses, as well as competitive sports, music, dance, drama and JROTC.

    Being a part of the Medical Magnet means students have the opportunity to prepare to become an athletic trainer or physical therapist, or to take courses for other medical professions while in high school.

    Special business programs help prepare students for jobs in Sports and Entertainment Marketing, Accounting and Computer Applications.

    The four-year Business AVID (Advancement via Individual Determination) program gives “Lions” a way to get ready-to-use job skills, along with the extra instruction and tutoring to be prepared for college.

     


    Good Morning Alhambra!

    Here are your daily announcements for Monday, April 19th, 2021

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    The cafeteria is open for a  nice hot breakfast at 7:30 am.

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    With the new tables--Come get a hot breakfast!

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    We are having a great 4th quarter!

    Please feel free to click the link below to see the amazing things we have witnessed happening around the District.

    Click here to see Good Things!

    Thank you, and please stay safe.

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     Today's Weather  

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     It's going to be mostly sunny today with the temperature getting up to 89 degrees.

     It will cool down to about 61 degrees tonight.

     

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    Vaccine

    Click here to register

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    Congratulations to the boys and girls track and field team

    for placing 4th and 5th out of 10 schools at the Phoenix Christian invitational.

     

    Notable mentions go to…

    Shamara Girls

     

    Shamara Goodwin for earning a 1st place medal in the Long Jump

    Jacob Moreno for earning a 3rd place medal in the shot put

    Emely V. , Maria C., Daniela Y., & Fibi H. for earning a 2nd place medals in the 4x800 meter relay

    Angel G., Alonzo L., Mario T., & Justin C. for earning a 2nd place medals in the 4x800 meter relay  

    Mario T., Angel G., Alonzo L., & James K. for earning 3rd place medals in the 4x400 meter realy

     

    There’s still time left in the season to join the team!

    Reach out to coach Garcia or Coach Davis for more info!

    There is a meet, here at Alhambra on Wednesday at 4:00 pm against South Mountain.

    Come on out to cheer on the team!

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    football training

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    Hello Juniors,

    it is time to start getting ready for college!

    The Be a Leader Foundation is accepting applications to their Senior Boot Camp workshops now.

    Apply at http://bit.ly/sbc-app by May 15th.

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    STUDENT DEBTS ARE DUE MAY 1st:

    If you have outstanding student debts, they must be paid before May 1st.

    Please review (and pay) your student debts at https://az-phoenixunion.intouchreceipting.com/ OR

    YOU MAY COME TO THE BOOKSTORE BETWEEN 7:30  - 3:30PM.

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    Spring Sports 

     

     Baseball Tennis

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    You can now attend the sporting events!

    Spectator

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    Track

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    Hello Alhambra Students, I hope your school year is going well and you all are safe.

     

    As we prepare for for next years sport teams' (2021-2022 season),

    please show your interest by reaching out to our coaches via email. 

     

     If you have any questions, please reach out to the sport coach(es) and/or the Athletic Office at 602-764-6017. 

    Next years sports

     

     Click here to see a list of the coaches and their email

     

    Click below for the Form for you physical.

    AIA Physical Forms

    Instructions can be found by clicking HERE .

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    Football

     

    link to get cleared below

     http://www.alhambrahs.org.prod.sportngin.com/page/show/2800187-clearance#_ga=2.125094412.746902152.1616604322-1467723664.1606145286

     

     link to get cleared for football

     

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    Wrestling

     

    Wrestling practice will be at 5:00pm every day in the wrestling room, next to the North Gym. 

    Use the entrance by the locker room. 

    If you are playing a spring sport, come to practice after practice is over. 

    It is not too late for any boys or girls that are interested in wrestling.  

    You can meet Coach Crandall at practice, or you may contact him on teams.

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    The Freshmen House rocks and represents!  What a fun way to start the day. 

    hopscotch

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    Food Drive

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    The Robotics Club is selling t-shirts!

    Short sleeves, long sleeves and hoodies are available and start at $15!

    Support the robotics club and get a cool looking t-shirt.

    Robotics shirt

    Click here and fill out form.

     

    Then send an emaill to Ms. Stephanie Rockwell at srockwell@PhoenixUnion.org

    with the information. 

    Thank you for supporting the Robotics Club.

     

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    This is the week of the AzM2 test, or other wise known as AZ Merit test.  

    This is a test for all sophomores to take, so to all the Freshman, take note so you will be ready next year.  

    Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are the test days, testing in the morning, then lunch, and then only one class after lunch. 

    AZ Merit Schedule

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    Attention Teachers & Students, 

    Freshmen Laptops are in and ready to be picked up from the Tech Center, room 1143, the old mega lab. 

    They can come before school, during lunch and after school. 

    Our hours of operation are from 7:30am to 3:30pm Monday through Friday. 

    They must bring in their old laptop in order to receive their new one and have their student ID. 

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    April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

    We wanted to remind you that distracted driving can be deadly.  

    A message from the US Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Association: 

    In life you don’t get do-overs and even if you did, things may not turn out the way you expect.  

    When you drive and use your cellphone, not only can you get a ticket, you can also cause a crash where you could die or kill someone else. 

    Watch this video

     

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    Child Abuse Prevention

    Working together as a community, click on this link to learn and find solutions about child abuse.

    Department of Child Safety (DCS), dcs.az.gov
    Arizona Child Abuse Hotline: 1-888-SOS-CHILD/ (1-888-767-2445)

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    Services

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     Duke Photography: IT IS NOT TOO LATE!

    You may contact Duke to set up an appointment to take your personal senior photos.  

    Call Duke Photography (602-265-2605) to go to their studio

    (2810 N. 7th Ave – southwest corner of Thomas Rd and 7th Ave) to take your pictures.

    NOTE: Any pictures taken at this time may not be included in the yearbook. 

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     Alhambra HS ‘Senior Class’ of 2021,

    Our cap and gowns will be...

    RED!

    If you have not ordered your Cap and Gown or other graduation memorabilia,

    please reach out to Josten's at 1-800-567-8367 or 602-765-7227 or follow the link below. 

     If you placed your cap and gown order BEFORE APRIL 9, 2021,

    your items will be "delivered" to the campus and a "pick-up" date will be posted in future emails and on the Alhambra website.

     

    NOTE: CAP AND GOWN ORDERS CAN BE MADE (follow the attached link) up until FRIDAY, APRIL 9TH.

    Click Here to Order Cap and Gown

     Watch the videos below…
    then click on the link to order all of your 2021 Graduation Products online.

    Unfortunately, this year we will not be able to be on campus in person to take Graduation Orders. 

    Don’t Wait… order       Today!

    Please be sure to forward this information regarding Graduation to your Parent/Guardian. 

    They will be jealous of our newly designed trendy Class Ring styles!

    Click to see video

     

    - Design your Class Ring online 
       - Add it to your cart 
       - Choose your Graduation items 
       - Add them to your cart 
       

    Don’t Wait … 

    Click Here to Order

    QUESTIONS?  Call JOSTENS

    Phone: 1-800-567-8367  Press 1 for English

                             Press 2 for Spanish (Oprima numero 2 para espanol)

    Email: Click Here

     

     

    If you would like to order in person visit us at:

    Jostens

    21023 N. Cave Creek Road   Suite #1

    Phoenix, AZ 85024

    Monday - Friday / 10:00am - 5:00pm

     

    Congratulations!

     Jostens

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    Cap and Gowns will be distributed Thursday, April 29th (tentatively).

    If you have not ordered your Cap and Gown, you can order and purchase them on the assigned "pick-up" date.  

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    2021 Alhambra Graduation will be held on Monday, May 17, 2021

    at 8:00 pm at the Veteran’s Memorial Coliseum!

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    Hello Alhambra.

    The Lions for Christ are looking for good people to do wonderful things!

     For more information contact Mrs. Carriger at carriger@phoenixunion.org.

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    Clubs  Clubs   Clubs

    If you are in a club or wanting to join a club.

    Contact the club sponser to put your name on the roster.

    Click here to see a list of the clubs

     

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    Our National Honor Society Club!

    Click here to see their slideshow .

     

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    Students, food deliveries to campus are not allowed throughout the day.

    The front office staff won’t be able to hold food for you and drivers will be turned away.

    Thank you for your assistance in this matter.

     

     

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    GCU

    Offers free tutoring every day!

    Students can receive free virtual one-on-one and/or small group learning sessions. 

     

    The tutors who work in the GCU Learning Lounge are college scholars in math and reading,

    and are specially trained to work with 2nd -12th grade students.

    Click on the link below.

    https://forms.gcu.edu/lou/gcu-learning-lounge

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     StuGo

     

    Click here to go to the StuGo Instagram Page

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      Have a great day Alhambra!

     

     

     Subscribe to our YouTube channel to see videos of our daily announcements.

    Click here to go to KLYN on YouTube

     

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    Here is a list of additional Internet resources for students:

     

    Cox Communications COVID-19 Response

    First two months free on Connect2Compete for new customers, $9.95/month thereafter.

    For customers that sign-up between July 21-December 31, 2020.

     

    Cox Community Hotspot Map

    For current Cox internet customers on any internet plan to login to Cox hotspots throughout the valley.

     

    Lifeline

    Is a federal program that lowers the monthly cost of phone and internet.

    You can only use Lifeline for ether phone or internet, but not both.

    Link goes to a list of AZ providers for the service by zip code.

     

    Access from AT&T

    For qualifying limited income households at $10 a month or less through our Access from AT&T program.

    Through 12/31/20, AT&T is temporarily expanding eligibility of Access from AT&T to households participating in the National School Lunch Program and Head Start.

    Also for a limited time, customers at locations with available AT&T Internet speeds above 10 Mbps

    may be eligible for a speed upgrade up to 25 Mbps.

     

    City Of Phoenix Wi-Fi

    Phoenix Public Libraries are extending their wifi for patrons to use from the parking lot.

    The link leads to a map of participating libraries.

     

    Comcast COVID-19 Response

    Comcast offers free Wi-Fi for two months to low-income customers who are eligible for public assistance programs

    (e.g., free lunch, housing assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI, and others). 

    Plus all Xfinity hot spots are free to the public during this time.

     

    T-Mobile COVID-19 Response

    Simple Choice Prepaid mobile Internet plans starting at $10/month for 2GB of data, or $25 for 6GB of data T-Mobile.

    T-Mobile Connect offers their lowest-priced talk, text, and data plans, starting at $15/month with 2GB of data,

    $25/month with 5GB of data.

     

    Everyone On

    Is a non-profit connecting low-income families to affordable internet service and computers.

    Multiple Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have made updates to their low-cost internet service programs to ensure individuals and families stay connected.

     

    Verizon COVID-19 Response

    Verizon will extend availability of the current $20 discount through 2020

    and waive the first 60 days of router rental charges for new customers.

    New Fios customers who qualify for the low-income Lifeline discount program will receive a $20 per month discount

    on their home internet service for as long as they remain eligible for the program,

    bringing the cost to as low as $19.99 per month for 200/200 Mbps internet with no data caps.

    New registrations will be accepted for the remainder of 2020.

     

    Sprint COVID-19 Response 

    Sprint is following the FCC agreement and will provide unlimited data to existing customers.

    Sprint will allow all handsets to enable hot spots for 60 days (starting March 17, 2020) at no extra charge.