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Mar 232015
 

IMG_2018On April 13, 2015, we will be hosting our 7th annual “Giving Hair and Hope” event at Amity Middle School – Orange Campus at 6 p.m.

The event focuses on helping kids with cancer in two unique ways.

Raising money for St. Baldrick’s and collecting ponytails for Pantene’s Beautiful Lengths to make wigs for women undergoing cancer treatment.

Be a part of this great event! Be a shavee, donate an 8 inch ponytail, volunteer or make a monetary donation.

Visit the official donation page HERE.

Contact Karl Wilson at [email protected] or Vicki Fielosh at [email protected] for more information.

Feb 052015
 

Screen Shot 2015-02-05 at 1.53.44 PMA delegation of 22 students and two teachers are visiting the Amity Middle School Orange and Bethany Campuses this week. 

The delegation is from Amity’s sister school the Shandong Shouguang Century School.

Today, visiting students toured the Yale University campus in New Haven.

 

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Jan 222015
 

Amity Middle School, Orange

Amity Middle School, Orange

The Amity Middle School Parent Teacher Student Organization  (PTSO) will hold its first meeting Friday, Jan. 23 during the school day.

The meeting will begin at 10:45 a.m. and extend over the lunch block to 12 p.m. so that staff also can attend and meet parents.

This is an excellent opportunity for those who can, to meet and be part of the school during the day.

Dec 012014
 

Amity Middle SchoolTuesday, December 2nd is a scheduled Minimum Day at Amity Middle School, Orange, with dismissal at 12:14 p.m.  

Although lunch will not be served, the cafeteria will be open for a 15-minute snack period.  

Students are welcome to bring a snack from home or purchase a snack from the cafeteria.  

Only snacks will be available for purchase; there will be no hot lunch.

Oct 242014
 

Chief for the Day

Chief for the Day

Amity Middle School eighth-grader Colton Varholak participated in Amity’s Government Day on Thursday, Oct. 23.

Colton was paired with Police Chief Robert Gagne, and as “Chief for the Day” he learned about police work and the administration of the municipal police department.

Other students partnered with the Fire Marshal, Town Clerk, First Selectman, Tax Collector, etc and each learned about their particular duties during this very special annual event.

 

Sep 162014
 

Screen Shot 2014-09-16 at 11.01.27 PMAmity Middle School Principal Kathi Fuller-Cutler released this fund-raising information today:

The first fundraising event of the year has begun. With the PTSO, we are selling KidStuff Coupon Savings Books. Homeroom teachers have passed out a Ziploc bag containing KidStuff books and directions, for each student to bring home. We are asking students to sell at least two books. The books sell for $25.00 and we make a 50% profit on each book.

If a student is enrolled in the band, strings or choir, the first book sold will go to the PTSO and the second book’s profit will go to the music department to be allocated towards the individual student’s cost of his or her spring trip.

This is one of the largest fundraisers of the year and we need your support.

The fundraiser will run from Sept. 15 to Sept. 26.

Jun 152014
 

Amity Middle SchoolIt’s that time of year again, school graduations and the Middle School Eighth Grade Step-Up Ceremony.

The Middle School ceremony will take place on thursday, June 19 at noon. (school will be dismissed at 10:15 a.m.)

Parents are reminded that parking will be allowed on one side of the street only. The police will place cones and direct traffic. The school staff will park out back so most of the front parking lot and side lot will be available for parking.

The Last Day of School is Friday, June 20 – dismissal at 10:15 a.m.

May 232014
 

 swissgear-backpack1The “Help the Homeless” club at Amity Middle School, Orange, is collecting gently used backpacks to donate to local homeless people. 

The backpacks will be used to carry their belongings in.  

A collection box box is located near the nurses office at the school. Parents, make sure your children remember to contribute. 

May 062014
 

The Amity Middle School PTO extends a special thanks to the Teachers and Staff at Amity Regional Middle School with this commemorative poster of the 2013-14 staff.

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week to all of Orange’s dedicated educators.

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Feb 232014
 

Amity HIgh SchoolThe scheduling process for the 2014-15 school year at Amity High has begun.

This past Thursday and Friday, counselors met with students at the Middle School in Orange and the Middle School in Bethany to review course recommendations and assist 8th graders with the selection of 9th grade electives.

This week, 9th, 1oth and 11th grade students will meet with counselors in computer labs to review course and level recommendations, and select electives.

In preparation for these meetings, parents and students are asked to review the 2014-15 Amity Regional High School Program of Studies, which is posted on the high school website, and available by clicking: http://www.amityregion5.org/file/612/view.

I clicked the link and got this message: 

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If you are a parent and could not access the list, either call the school in the morning or pay close attention to the form your child brings home from school.

Students will bring home paper printouts of course verification forms. Parents are asked to review the selection of academic courses, course levels and electives, and sign the course verification form. Students are required to return the signed course verification form to the counseling office before the end of the school day on Monday, March 3.

Parents who have any questions may contact their child’s school counselor. Questions about course and course level recommendations should be addressed to teachers.