The District Transportation department will be making some route changes, which will take effect Tuesday, December 19th. Letters went home with all students on Friday and a copy can be found here. While bus stop locations will not change, the times of pick up and drop off will be adjusted. Families can contact Mrs. Anges with any questions or concerns.
During the week of November 27-December 1, 2017, students will be given an opportunity to learn about themselves, explore careers, build an education plan, and prepare for work by taking the free online career assessment MyCareerShines. MyCareerShines is a comprehensive education and career planning system that offers free online planning tools developed by Kuder, Inc. The online tools help students create a personalized plan that puts them on track to professional success. The assessments are aligned to career clusters and occupational pathways to help students match their interests, skills and work values with a job.
Please watch this introductory video prior to taking the Kudor survey https://youtu.be/9yKxg6lQmOo
For parents that would like to get more familiar with all the resources MyCareerShines has to offer, please click on this: https://www.floridashines.org/find-a-career
Congratulations to our Shark Cheer Team on their 2nd Place finish in the Co-Ed division at Best of Pasco! Their dedication to AHS is second to none as they continue to REP the Sharks with their Spirit and Pride!
Anclote High School’s Science National Honor Society recently hosted a ceremony where 20 students were inducted into this prestigious organization. Students were recognized for excellence in science through rigorous coursework and high grade point average. Way to REP the Sharks!
Congratulations to our November Principal’s Brunch honorees: Eric Kunzinger, Jillian Horn, Trent Zurita, Ally Russell, Frances Engler, Joey Kelley, Lizbeth Santos, Michael Constantin, Robert Piercy, David Howard, Jacob Lencioni, and Brooke Fernandes. These students were recently recognized for the way they REP the Sharks – Respect, Excellence and Pride!
Congratulations to Senior Michael Berg, who was recently selected as Pasco County School’s Youth Volunteer of the Year. Michael volunteers for numerous projects in the community and was nominated for his work at Gulfside Elementary School.
The administration at Anclote High School would like to thank the students and staff for their cooperation and support during the Alert Campus and Controlled Dismissal today. Although there was NO weapon found on campus, it is always important for students to share any information which may jeopardize the safety and well being of students and staff. While communication with families is understandably important during situations such as this, more important is focusing on the safety of our students and staff. Below is the transcript of a School Messenger call that went home to families at approximately 1:55.
Earlier today students alerted Anclote High School administration of a posting on social media indicating a possible weapon on campus. The school was immediately put into an Alert Campus status and the Sheriff’s Department was notified. Deputies responded to the campus in an abundance of caution, as the safety of our students is always a top priority. The student in question was located off campus and is in the custody of the Sheriff’s Department at this time. There will be a controlled dismissal at the end of the day to facilitate students loading the buses this afternoon. I would like to remind students and families that we take posts on social media very seriously and that any posts that can be perceived as a threat to our students will result in disciplinary action. I would like to thank the students for bringing this information to administration and for the quick response of the Anclote High School staff, our SRO and Sheriff’s Department Deputies.