After years of careful planning and thoughtful preparation, Auburn City Schools is excited to launch the iPad 1:1 PACE (Providing Authentic Creative Engagement) Initiative! With this initiative, each student (grades 8 through 12) will be issued an iPad, a technology resource that will enhance academic opportunities across the school’s curriculum. Please refer to the handbook located on AHS’s web page (Our School drop down menu) for more information. Parents and students can also visit the My School Bucks (Parent drop down menu) link on AHS’s web page in order to pay the $50 ACS Technology Fee for use of the iPad and also to electronically sign the Technology Agreement form. AHS is so excited about this program!!
Remember! All of AHS students will be issued an iPad and case combination for their use during the school year! We are so excited about this new opportunity for our students! Textbooks, class-specific apps, and learning tools will be loaded onto these devices. As such, the iPad is a required learning tool each day for our students. Students’ personal devices will not have the same capabilities, including access to AHS’s wireless. Please refer to the iPad handbook located on the AHS website (Our School drop down menu) for more information. Before the device can be issued to the student, parents must visit the My School Bucks link (on the Parent drop down menu on AHS’s web page) in order to pay the required $50 ACS Technology Fee and also to electronically sign the required Technology Agreement form.
Civics Test for Seniors
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AHS Show Choir Preview Show!! Friday, January 18, at 6:00 p.m. at AHS!
Parking spaces for spring 2019 at AHS will be on sale beginning Monday, January 14, at approximately 8:00 a.m. to all interested AHS students, including sophomores and students who have siblings who already have parking spaces. You may register and pay for parking online using the MySchoolBucks link located on AHS's website (parent drop down menu). Completing the registration does not guarantee the student a parking space; the student must meet the requirements with regard to discipline and the student must be enrolled in the Project ID drug testing program.
Also, at the time of parking registration, the student must be sixteen (16) years old. It is the student's responsibility to enter the required information accurately. Students with three or more discipline referrals from the previous school year will not be eligible.
After registration and payment of the $75 parking fee, the student will be notified whether or not he/she has met the requirements for parking. If the requirements are met, a parking spot hang tag will be assigned.
A student who has yet to receive the parking hang tag is not allowed to not park on campus until the hang tag is received and properly displayed. A limited number of parking spots is available at this time and these will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.
Lastly, if the requirements are not met or if the supply of parking spots runs out, a refund will be processed through MySchoolBucks.