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Oct 242014
 

music-notesAmity Music Department presents Music in Motion. 

The theme this year is Music in Motion: City Life.  

The Amity High School jazz ensemble, percussion ensemble, color guard and choir will be featured throughout the show.  It is sure to be an entertaining evening of music and movement unlike anything you have seen before.  

Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the door, online at www.amityband.org, or by calling the Amity High School Box Office at (203) 392-2019.  

If you have children in a Region 5 middle school or BOW elementary school, purchase your tickets at the door and your child will be free with the purchase of an adult tickets.  

Show dates are October 24th & 25th at 7:30 pm in the John J. Brady Center for the Performing Arts. 

Click HERE for a Music in Motion video trailer. 

Oct 242014
 

blood_drive-244x300-1The Amity Regional High School Chapter of the National Honor Society and the American Red Cross will be sponsoring a blood drive at Amity High School on Monday, Oct. 27.

In order to be eligible to donate blood, a student must be older than 17 and meet certain weight requirements.

Parents are asked to note that Amity does not request parent permission slips for students to donate blood. Please advise your child if you do not want him or her to donate blood. Parents may contact the main office at the high school and request that their 17 and 18-year-old children not be permitted to donate. 

Red Cross Blood Drive Information.pdf

 

Oct 202014
 

Screen Shot 2014-09-26 at 1.17.49 PMThe Amity High School Music Department is currently in production for its fall Music in Motion production.  This new concept incorporates ideas brought forward from the marching arts, and moves them to the stage for an entertaining production of music, dance, and musical theater.  

The theme this year is Music in Motion: City Life.  

The Amity High School jazz ensemble, percussion ensemble, color guard and choir will be featured throughout the show.  It is sure to be an entertaining evening of music and movement unlike anything you have seen before.  

Show dates are October 24th & 25th at 7:30 pm in the John J. Brady Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the door, online at www.amityband.org, or by calling the Amity High School Box Office at (203) 392-2019.  

If you have children in a Region 5 middle school or BOW elementary school, purchase your tickets at the door and your child will be free with the purchase of an adult tickets.  

If you are interested is helping with our Music in Motion Ad Book, please visit www.amityband.org.  Click HERE for a Music in Motion video trailer! 

 

Originally Published on: Oct 1, 2014 @ 10:20 

Second Publishing on: Oct 10, 2014 @ 14:50

Oct 192014
 

IMG_5668Thirteen high schools participated in the SCC Unified Sports Soccer Tournament on October 16 at Amity Regional High School.

Amity, Branford, West Haven, Cheshire, Daniel Hand, East Haven, Foran, Guilford, Hamden, Hillhouse, Jonathan Law, North Haven, and Wilbur Cross participated.

Unified Sports provides an opportunity for students with special needs to participate in interscholastic athletics.

Former Amity Athletic Director Paul Mengold, who now works for the SCC, said the Unified Sports Program partners special needs students with non-disabled peers for team competitions. He added that the special needs athletes wore even numbers on their shirts.

Members of the Albertus Magnus College women’s soccer team volunteered their time to be officials at the event.

Amity High School Principal Charles Britton watched the games along with Supt. Charles Dumais and Athletic Director Earnie Goodwin.

“After an exciting afternoon of soccer, all the teams gathered in the cafeteria for a pizza party and awards presentation,” Britton said. “Our congratulations are extended to all the athletes on Amity’s Unified Sports team for their sportsmanship and hard work.”

 

Oct 092014
 

 BasketballThe Amity girls basketball team will host clinics for girls in second grade to eighth grade in October.  The Amity coaching staff and team will provide drills, shooting sessions, and more. 

The clinics will take place at the High School gym (entrance is at the back of the building), from 6-8 p.m. on the following dates: Tuesday, Oct. 7; Thursday, Oct. 16; Tuesday, Oct. 21, Wednesday, Oct. 29, Nov. 5 and Nov. 12.

Pre-registration fee is $90 for six sessions; or $102 at the door. Proceeds will benefit the Amity Girls Basketball team.

For more information, e-mail [email protected].

Originally Published on: Sep 29, 2014 @ 02 : 11

Sep 262014
 

IMG_0133Opinion, as I have said before I shoot photos of sports, but don’t take notes during the games and if the coaches don’t send a recap after the game, I have nothing to write about.

I did report on last week’s Football game and the Swim Meet.

Here are the results of last week’s games from which I received no details.

Boys Soccer vs Lyman Hall on Sept. 19, Tie 1-1

Girls Soccer vs Sheehan on Sept. 19, Win 4-0

Girls Volleyball vs Woodland, on Sept. 22, Win 3-1 IMG_0534

Boys Cross Country on Sept. 23, (low score wins) Amity 15, Lyman Hall 50 – Win; Amity 15, Guilford 48 - Win; Amity 15 Hillhouse 50 – Win

Girls Cross Country on Sept. 23: Amity 15, Lyman Hall 48 – Win; Amity 23, Guilford 35 – Win; Amity 15, Hillhouse 50 – Win

Boys Soccer vs Cheshire on Sept. 23, Loss 4-5

Field Hockey vs Cheshire on Sept. 23, Loss 1-2

Girls Soccer vs Sacred Heart Academy on Sept. 23, Loss 1-4

Girls Volleyball vs Lyman Hall on Sept. 23, Win 3-2

Sep 242014
 

IMG_2039On Wednesday, Sept. 24, the front driveway of Amity High School was transformed into a festive information center during the lunch periods.

See all photos HERE.

It was a perfect day for the annual Club Day during which members from every student club and organization set up a display table and urged fellow students to join.

School Principal Charles Britton was out in the crowd checking out what everyone had to offer. He said he was impressed with their drive and commitment.

Associate Principal Jason Tracy seemed to be enjoying himself as much as the kids, visiting each table and just watching the students interact. 

“This is the one day that we turn it all over to the kids,” Tracy said. “It’s probably my favorite event of the year. It’s a great way for the kids to get together with others that they may not otherwise talk to.”

Tracy said he’s worked in other school districts, but Amity is hands down the best. “These kids are great,” he said.

Click this LINK for a short video of the event.

Sep 182014
 

Representatives from the following colleges and universities will be visiting Amity Friday, Sept. 19.

Johnson & Wales University 8:30 a.m.

Stevenson University 10 a.m.

Boston University 10:30 a.m.

Hofstra College 11 a.m.

University of Mary Washington 1 p.m.

Sep 162014
 

The halls of Amity High School.

The halls of Amity High School.

Back-to-School Night for the parents and guardians of 10th and 11th grade students will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 17.

The program will begin with welcoming remarks from the administration in the Brady Center at 6:30 pm. Parents and guardians will then follow their student’s schedule through all 8 class periods.

*Important Note – parents are asked to bring electronic or print copies of their student’s schedule.  Student schedules may be accessed in PowerSchool. Parents will have access to the school’s wifi, so bring along your web enabled devices. Below is the back-to-school night schedule:

 

Period           Class Time                 Passing Time

1                      7:20-7:30                     7:30-7:35

2                      7:35-7:45                     7:45-7:50

3                      7:50-8:00                     8:00-8:05

4                      8:05-8:15                     8:15-8:20

5                      8:20-8:30                     8:30-8:35

6                      8:35-8:45                     8:45-8:50

7                      8:50-9:00                     9:00-9:05

8                      9:05-9:15

Sep 092014
 

Amity HIgh SchoolBack-to-School Night for parents of 9th and 12th grade students will take place Wednesday, Sept. 10. 

The program will begin with welcoming remarks from the administration in the Brady Center (auditorium) at 6:30 pm. Parents and guardians will then follow their student’s schedule through all 8 class periods.

*Important Note – parents are asked to bring electronic or print copies of their student’s schedule.  Student schedules may be accessed in PowerSchool. Parents will have access to the school’s wifi, so bring along your web enabled devices. Below is the back-to-school night schedule:

 

Period           Class Time                 Passing Time

1                      7:20-7:30                     7:30-7:35

2                      7:35-7:45                     7:45-7:50

3                      7:50-8:00                     8:00-8:05

4                      8:05-8:15                     8:15-8:20

5                      8:20-8:30                     8:30-8:35

6                      8:35-8:45                     8:45-8:50

7                      8:50-9:00                     9:00-9:05

8                      9:05-9:15

Back-to-School Night for the parents and guardians of 10th and 11th grade students will be held on Wednesday, Sept. 17.