You know that super cute spirit wear you saw at orientation? Well, time is running out to purchase from our “Back to School” line! These styles are only available for purchase through September 15th, so don’t delay!
Complete your Aug Sept 2016 Spiritwear Order Form today and return it, along with a check payable to APTA, to the APTA mailbox in the school vestibule.
Wishing you had some fun fall/winter spirit wear? Never fear! Our spirit wear program is year-round with designs changing each season. Orders are placed on the 1st and 15th of each month.
Each year, a local printer has donated the printing costs of our APTA calendar. Unfortunately, this donation was not available to us for the upcoming school year. Because of that, we were faced with a decision – spend over $1000 to print the calendar or spend that money on school and teacher support.
Because the school has done an AMAZING job creating an online calendar and because we wanted to ensure that we had the funds for program support, we have decided to provide a downloadable version of the calendar this year.
We know people will miss getting this on orientation day, but faced with the choice, we felt that school programs should come first.
We’ve also decided to feature art from the art show throughout the our website.
If we are able to get a sponsor for next year, we hope to bring back the calendar in print form. Until then, you can download the APTA 2016 2017 calendar.
Thank you to the almost 200 members of the community who joined us last night for our final APTA meeting of the year and reception to honor Mr. Waford’s 33 exceptional years at Anchorage School! For those of you that couldn’t make it, take a look at the presentation here: APTA SPRING MEETING 2016
At the meeting, we presented Mr. Waford with a gift from the students – a book of all of their interpretations of “What does a principal do all day?” as well as this picture of all of his current students. Many thanks to Michelle Arnold for taping out the shape of an anchor on the gym floor and Nancy Jacobson for taking the picture!