AHS Turn-Around Student of the Year

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Anclote High School is proud to announce Taylor Gutzdorf, pictured with Mrs. Caraker, as our 2015 Turn-Around Student of the Year. Taylor is a shining example of perseverance and determination in overcoming life’s obstacles. Congratulations Taylor!

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Track Excels!

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The Track and Field team has qualified 7 boys and 5 girls to the Regional Championships held next Thursday, April 23 in Orlando. To qualify for the Regional meet, a top 4 finish had to be garnered at the District meet. Madelyn Nurge placed 1st in the 100M Hurdles with a new school record time of 15.57, 1st in the Long Jump with a 16-9 jump, and 2nd in the Pole Vault with a 9-0 performance.  She currently holds state rankings of 9th, 20th and 16th, respectively.

Maurqise McGill placed 4th in the Triple Jump with a leap of 36-9.5.  He also qualifies as part of the 4×800 relay, with members Conner McMillan, Hector Rodriguez, and Lucas Johnson, and as a member of the 4×100 relay, with Demetrius Barry, Carmine Delieto, and Anthony Kendall.

The girls 4×800 relay team consisting of Daena Young, Ashley Scaperotti, Elianna Blow, and Dominique Reyes also qualified, placing 4th. We had many outstanding personal bests this year in throwing, running, and jumping events; each member did well in his/her event. As a team, the boys finished 4th and the girls finished 5th in team scores. Congratulations to our student-athletes!

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Seniors – Maintain Your Shark Pride

As we approach the close of the school year, we would like to remind students, especially Seniors, to continue to maintain your Shark Pride in all actions and behaviors. We want our seniors to only leave with positive experiences; thus, we must insist that all students refrain from any “senior pranks” during the end of this school year. Even though students may think these acts are funny, in most cases it’s accompanied by damage to the school or personal property along with high costs to make repairs. What starts off as something small often ends badly for those involved.  In the past, students involved have been denied participation in senior activities, including the graduation ceremony.  Some of these pranks have even been deemed unlawful and led to students being charged by the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office. Please take a few minutes to speak to your student about making good choices so that he/she can enjoy the final weeks of this school year. 
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Loss of Privilege – LOP

The Loss of Privilege list has been posted from 3rd quarter. Students on the LOP may not participate in any school related activities for quarter 4. Students interested in appealing their LOP status can pick up a form from Student Services and return it to their grade level administrator. All forms are due no later than Friday, April 17th. Students are placed on the LOP list as a result of  or more unexcused absences in any one period from third quarter, or for any level 2 or 3 discipline referrals throughout the year.

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Final Safe Driving Class of the Year

Corporal Vedral will be conducting a Safe Driving Class Tuesday, April 14th for those students interested in obtaining a parking permit. This will be the final class offered this school year. Students driving to school without an authorized parking permit will be subject to citations.

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