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    ALGEBRA CAMP 

     Click here to see information on the upcoming Algebra camp on Tuesday, April 30th.Algebra Camp Info

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  • Colorguard Information

     

    Girl with flag Are you interested in becoming a member of the awarding winning Aledo Colorguard Cadets? Students may attend auditions April 29th and 30th at the Aledo High School practice gym from 4:30-7:30. All students in grade 6-8 are welcome to participate.  Click here for more information.

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  • Sports balls The student trainers will be hosting their yearly physical clinic on Thursday, April 11 from 3:30-6:30 p.m. at Aledo High School main gym.  Cost is $20.00 cash or checks made out to Aledo Athletic Training.  No credit cards will be accepted.  

    You may go to https://aledoisd.rankonesport.com to fill out the online forms and print off the physical and medical history forms.  If you plan on attending the clinic, students must have the medical history part filled out and signed by parents prior to arrival.

    The clinic is intended for incoming 7th - 12th grade athletes.

    ***All incoming 7th graders (current 6th graders) need to have ALL online paperwork and physicals turned in by April 24th for Middle School tryouts on May 1-3 2019.***

    2019 Incoming 7th Grade Athletic Tryouts - Click here to view the tryout letter.

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  • Eighth Grade Students
    If you would like to try out to be in the Athletic Training Program next year, please pick up an application packet in the AMS front office. Applications are due to either the AMS Athletic Trainer at the Middle School, or Coach Evans or Coach Little at the high school by April 10.

    Try outs will be during Spring Football from 6:45 a.m. - 7:50 a.m., and there will be a bus that will bring you to the middle school. Please see Liz if you have any questions.”

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  • A Poet (and now we know it)

    by Olivia Fowler

    Jillian Thornburg, a 12-year-old seventh grader at Aledo Middle School, likes to play video games--just a normal pre-teen, right?  Right, except that Jillian is also a published author.  This winter, Jillian's poem, "Colored Waterfalls" was published after placing in the Creative Communications poetry contest.  Her poem is about the magic of nature and how rare it is to experience its fantasy.  Jillian wants everyone to know, "Anyone can do anything.  As long as you are confident and try, you can do anything.  Anyone can be published."  Congratulations, Jillian--that's how to be the difference.

    Jillian Thornburg

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    Spelling Bee Winners

     

    Spelling Bee Winners

     

    This year's spelling bee was the longest in recent school history.  The students went 36 rounds, exhausting all study words and moving onto additional words.  Luke Shelton was the winner with the championship word, disembark.  Ibrahim Choudhry was the runner-up.  Congratulations to all who participated.

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  • Yearbook Banner

    Click here to order your AMS yearbook. Contact Kristie Vandergriff if you have any questions.

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  • AMS 2018-2019 School Information

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    Click here for information

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  • Questions about AMS policies and procedures?                                    

    If you have questions about AMS policies and procedures, click here for an informational video

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  • AISD 18/19 School Calendar
    Please click here to view the AISD 18/19 school calendar.

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