AIMS Quick Info
Please see parent teacher conference sign ups under the Parent page
Congratulations to the second quarter Honor Roll
students. They have worked hard!
There are ROTC opportunities for the 8th and 9th grade. Come and find out about the ROTC.
The College Plus Program district meetings are scheduled. Please open this link to register. The college plus program is a way for high school students to earn college credits during high school. For more information see the link and register to attend a meeting. This information is also on the ccs website under parents.
Young Scholar Program is now accepting applications! The Young Scholar Program is an exceptional opportunity for academically talented first generation college students with demonstrated financial need to advance their goal of pursuing higher education. Please open the link to register.
Mrs. Clark uses myhomeworkapp.com for homework in her class. To set up your account please see the attchment
Congratulations to the first quarter Honor Roll
students. They have worked hard!
Drop Off and Pick Up information
Please see the attached poster explaining the
Thursday February 8th
Tuesday February 13th
Staff Roster second page Staff Roster for the 2017-2018 school year
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New Procedures for signing at the office. For the security of the staff and students of CCS schools a new system is in place that scans the license or ID and print out a sticker that visitors will wear in the building. Please see the letter from safety and security for complete details.
1. 8th grade trip meeting next week, info going home this week.
2. Boys basketball home Thursday
3. Baseball conditioning Thursday
4. PARENTS please make sure that your child is following all expectations given by his/her bus driver.
The payment window for the 8th grade New York trip will be open again in March
Monday, November 13, was doughnuts for dads. It was a great success. We had lots of dads and important male figures here. Not only did they have a good time but there were prizes of OSU basketball tickets and gift cards given out.
All students MUST be in appropriate dress code. There are NO hoodies, bandanas, jeans, and leggings worn in class. If you child is cold, he/she will need to wear long sleeves under their collared shirt or a wear a sweatshirt (AIMS, black, white, or black/white) AIMS t-shirts that were purchased can only be worn on Fridays.
We are proud of our students for donating supplies and money to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey. The National Junior Honor Society students collected the donations and helped organize them to send out.
2018 City Champs AIMS Basketball!!
Congratulations to sixth grader Serenity Edwards who was recognized this pass Wednesday in the Ohio Senate session along with her brother Antonio for being kid inventors in the Invention Convention program from elementary school. Wednesday was national Kid Inventor Day. Serenity and her brother were able to talk to Senator Tavares and take a picture with him. What an exciting day. Congratulations to our inventor.
These young men represented AIMS at the STEM
conference at COSI
Former AIMS Scholar Athlete Jordan Horston was invited and made the USABWU16 Olympic Team!!!! Congratulations Jordan #AIMSGOTTALENT
2017 8th Grade trip to Niagara Falls
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