The Women’s Foundation of Palm Beach County is hosting the sixth Annual Girls Leadership Institute (GLI) on Saturday, Nov. 14. It's a free one-day program providing training and support for underserved girls in Palm Beach County. This year the institute will focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to provide participants the opportunity to learn more about STEM fields and to gain hands-on experience through STEM-centered projects they will create. For more information, visit the Women's Foundation website. Nomination deadline is Thursday, Oct. 23.
The FAU EXPO for high school students is Saturday, Oct 24, from 9 am to 2 pm at FAU Stadium. At the EXPO FAU is offering admissions decisions on the spot, scholarships, campus tours, undergraduate research showcase, meet and greet with deans, faculty and students. First 2,000 students to register for the Expo will receive a T-Shirt at the event. Visit the FAU EXPO website to register.
Congratulations to the ATL equations team for finishing the Palm Beach County fall academic games season in second place for the third year in a row. Atlantic last won the fall academic games season in 2012.
Special recognition to senior C.J. Fisher for finishing the season seventh individually, and to sophomore Sarah Klein for finishing ninth individually. More than 80 Palm Beach County public and private high school students competed in fall academic games this season. Both of these students will advance to the academic games state tournament in early March.
Other Atlantic Equations players contributing to the team's second place district finish are juniors Jordan Rosen and Tommy Lam, and freshmen Winston Cheung, David Young, Victor Sardon and Raghu Radhakrishnan.
Atlantic returns seven of their eight players for next year's fall academic games season and looks forward to making a run for the district championship again.
Oct. 19-22 is homecoming week! SGA has all sorts of fun stuff planned. Check out @atlantic_SGA on Instagram for details and updates.
Parents, students, district employees and community members are invited to a community meeting to discuss the development of the district's five year strategic plan at Atlantic Community High School on Monday, Oct. 19. The public meeting is from 6:30 to 8 pm in the media center. Teachers and school employees will meet with district representatives beginning at 4:30 pm. Click here for more information.
Hello Atlantic High School Parents:
The PTSA is excited to support and show our love to the school's teachers and administration again this year by feeding them breakfast on LTM Days. While the kids get to come in late on these days, the staff is there bright and early, meeting as a group to discuss plans and programs to better our kids. This is a great opportunity to engage one on one with the faculty and share the love.
We need your help! We invite parents to volunteer by either donating food items or time to set up the breakfast or both. We need about 10 people at the most to help set up. Please email AtlanticHighPTSA@gmail.com to let us know how you can help.
October 8 LTM Breakfast
Set up begins at 6:45 am
Suggested food and beverage items:
- 4 gal of Orange Juice
- 2 gal of Apple Juice
- 4 gal of Water
- 5 dozen bagels with cream cheese, butter, peanut butter (to be cut in half)
- 4 dozen muffins, Danish or breakfast breads
- Small assorted Yogurts (6 dozen)
- Platters of cut fruit (to serve 40 ppl each)
Provided by the School are: Platters, plates, napkins and utensils and coffee
Thank you so much for your support of ACHS and the PTSA!! Go Eagles!
2015/16 PTSA President
Atlantic Community High School PTSA