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Announcements

  • WebEx for Students

    As most of you have heard, Auburn City Schools will be moving to WebEx for our video conferencing tool.  WebEx offers additional security for our students and faculty as a resource during our distance learning adventure.  Here is a quick tutorial of how students will set up WebEx on their iPads.

    WebEx for Students

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  • iPad Helpdesk

    Students, we now have a digital helpdesk for iPad issues and problems. Once you have submitted your ticket, a technician will contact you and coach you through the issue.

    Click here to access the Helpdesk. This link can also be found in the For Students menu.

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  • Distance Learning Plan

    Parents and students, please click here to view a PDF of ACS Superintendant's Dr. Cristen Herring's Distance Learning Plan.

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  • Extended Closure Communication

    Teachers and other school staff are using Schoology as a primary communication tool during the extended closure. Students should be checking Schoology’s updates and messages regularly during this time. Please call the school if there is a reason you cannot access Schoology.

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  • Message from AJHS Counselors

    The counseling team at Auburn Junior High School would like to extend our well wishes to each of your families in the coming weeks.  We miss your students tremendously and hope to see all of their smiling faces very soon back at school.

    During this unprecedented time in our country and our community, we want to continue to serve our families and students.  While we don’t post grades or update Schoology pages as much as the teachers do, we wanted to reach out to let you know that we are still very much here ready to serve your families.  We want to help your students through this time that can be riddled with anxiety and uncertainty. 

    There are many ways we as counselors can be contacted when needed during this time.  First of all, please reach out by email to your student’s respective counselors (breakdown listed below).  Also, students or parents can reach out to us via Schoology platform through the messaging tool.  We will be checking our email and Schoology messages primarily during regular school hours. The following is a breakdown of the alphabet pertaining to student’s last name:

    We have also compiled a list of various resources to best help your students cope with uncertainty, worrying, and feelings of disappointment.  We will continue to send out more resources as we come by them.  Please be sure to check out our twitter page (@AJHSCOUNSELORS) for regular updates and posting of resources!

     

    Please don’t hesitate to contact us if there is a specific need you have for your student or your family.  We are here to be a support and want to reach out a helping hand during this difficult time!

     

    Thank you,

     

    Auburn Junior High School Counseling Team

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  • Weather Make-Up Day

    WEATHER MAKE-UP DAY: The Auburn City Schools Board of Education approved a revised calendar at their February 2020 meeting to schedule a weather make-up day for Monday, April 13, 2020, to fulfill the day missed on Thursday, February 6, 2020, when schools closed because of threatening storms in the area.

    Monday, April 13, will be a blue day at AJHS. This will not impact the blue/white day schedule in any other way.

    Weather Make-Up Day Monday April 13, 2020

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  • AJHS Multicultural Event

    We want to celebrate our diverse population at Auburn Junior High School!  We would love for you to share about your home country and culture.  If you’d like to be a part of our multicultural event, please click here to sign up.  The event will take place on Thursday, April 9, from 5:30-7:00 in the AJHS cafeteria.  Email Rebecca Vining (rvining@auburnschools.org) if you have questions.

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  • Summer Dates

    Parents, please note the following dates!

    Parents are encouraged to attend one of the following Orientation Sessions in the AJHS Auditorium.

    • July 21 at 5:30
    • July 23 at 5:30
    • July 27 at 11:30

    Schedule Pick-up will be July 28 in the AJHS Cafe.

    • 9th grade 9-11am
    • 8th grade 2-4 pm

    Meet the Teacher will be August 6, 2-4pm.

    Curriculum Night will be August 25, 6-8pm. Please bring a copy of your student's schedule.

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  • Summer 2020 Information

    Click here for a PDF with information about Summer Drivers' Ed. 

    Update: Sign up for ACCESS has been delayed. Stay tuned for announcements about rescheduling it.

    Summer ACCESS Sign Ups are approaching!!  The State Course Listing for Summer 2020 has been released and the registration for these courses will be opening on a date to be determined March 16th at 8:30 a.m.   If your student is interested in knowing which classes are offered during the Summer ACCESS term, they can stop by Ms. Christian’s office to receive a list.

    TO REGISTER FOR SUMMER ACCESS CLASSES:

    1. You will need to go online to www.myschoolbucks.com and sign in to pay for the Summer ACCESS course.  You will either choose a ½ credit class ($50) or a full credit class ($100) and pay for whichever option you choose. 
    2. After you have paid on My School Bucks, the student will need to pick up a form from Ms. Christian’s office.   They will bring the form home to fill out the specific course they are interested in taking and have it signed by their parent. 
    3. The form needs to be returned to Ms. Christian’s office in order for the student to be signed up for the correct class.

    MORE INFORMATION REGARDING SUMMER ACCESS CLASSES:

    • Online courses
    • For studentswho have finished 9th grade and are interested in taking an extra course for credit
    • Students will need to come during June and July to campus to be monitored forALL tests and quizzes during the following hours: 8:00 a.m. until Noon- Monday through Friday
    • Cost is $50 for a ½ credit course and $100 for a full credit course
    • No more than two classes are permitted for each student to take.

    Be sure to ask your student’s counselor if you have any questions!

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  • AJHS Yearbook Orders

    Buy a yearbook today! 

    Go to yearbookordercenter.com and enter job #1753 or bring cash or check to Ms. Ferrell in Room 9101 between classes. Yearbooks are $40 through December and $45 beginning in January.

    Click here for a PDF with information on Yearbook Orders.

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  • Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

    AJHS is pleased to announce the launch of Say Something Anonymous Reporting System, a program sponsored by Sandy Hook Promise, to educate, empower, and protect students who may harm themselves or others. Click here to download a PDF and read more about this initiative. Click here to go to the YouTube video that introduced students to this initiative.

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  • Student ID Badges

    Students and teachers are required to wear their AJHS issued ID badge at all times on the AJHS campus. Replacement ID badges can be purchased for $5 in the AJHS library 7:45-9:00 daily. Replacement lanyards are $1 each. Click here to pay on My School Bucks.

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  • 2019-2020 Supply List

     Click here to view a PDF of the AJHS Supply List.

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