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AKHS KNIGHTLY NEWS 10-24-14 If you wish to unsubscribe from this newsletter, please follow the directions on our website under group e-mails (unsubscribe). You can do so by clicking here  Important Reminders All students must have an Agenda and a Student ID. Please Join Us! ARDREY KELL HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL DAVID SWITZER TO VISIT OUR NEIGHBORHOOD Wednesday, November 5th at 6:30 p.m. Stephenson Room at Ballantyne Country Club Mr. Switzer encourag
   AKHS KNIGHTLY NEWS 10-24-14 If you wish to unsubscribe from this newsletter, please follow the directions on our    website under group e-mails (unsubscribe). You can do so by clicking here    Important Reminders    All students must have an Agenda and a Student ID.  Please Join Us!    ARDREY KELL HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL DAVID SWITZER   TO VISIT OUR NEIGHBORHOOD  Wednesday, November 5th at 6:30 p.m. Stephenson Room at Ballantyne Country Club Mr. Switzer encourages AK parents in our neighborhood to participate in this event to find out about what’s going on at our high school, ask any questions you may have, and learn more about his goals & plans for the 2014-2015 school year. If you have any questions, please contact Suzanne Meeker at Please forward this invitation to your Ballantyne neighbors!  Hosts: Suzanne Meeker, Kelly Ellis, Liz Lavender, Beth Leonard, Debbie Sweetman, and Anne  Vail  AK MCJROTC SPIRIT NIGHT Ardrey Kell MCJROTC is having a checkers night for Veterans Day where we will be presenting the color guard on November 8 th . The tickets are $16, they normally sell for $20. The tickets can be purchased through Lt.Col.Wint or through the Ardrey Kell MCJ ROTC booster’s website.  Flyer for the event is at the end of this email!   Celebrate My Drive Campaign During National Teen Driver Safety Week, our high school is participating in Celebrate My Drive ®   and we’d like to invite your support!  Ardrey Kell High School is participating in the program because teen driver safety is important to us and our school will have a chance to win a $100,000 grant from State Farm ® ! We could also win one of two hometown concert events by a chart-topping musical artist. But we need your help.   You can make a safe driving commitment once a day, every day, between October 15 and 24, 2014. The more safe driving commitments we make, the better our school’s chance of winning $100,000 and hosting a concert. It’s simple:      Log onto    Indicate you want to support Ardrey Kell High School    Commit to drive safely!  You can also invite your friends and family to get involved or share on Facebook — Thanks for your support! Remember, 2N2 ® : 2 eyes on the road, 2 hands on the wheel.  AK Tailgating Event for Teen Driving Week Car accidents are the leading cause of death for U.S. teenagers. Here are some tips to stay safe on the road: 1.    Always wear a seatbelt. According to last spring’s CMC survey of Ardrey Kell drivers leaving the school parking lot, only 89% of drivers and 70% of passengers were wearing seatbelts. The importance of seatbelts is often overlooked, but choosing to buckle up is a simple choice that can make a big difference. 2.   Be careful of distractions that passengers may cause. Having just one teen passenger in a car increase the risk of crash by 48%. It is important to stay focused on the road, especially with friends in the car. 3.    Avoid cell phone use whenever possible. Talking on a cell phone in a car makes a driver four times as likely to crash. Texting makes a driver eight times as likely to crash. Drivers don’t have to take these unnecessary risks in order to sp eak to someone right away. To celebrate ten safety driving week, CMC is holding a tailgating event at this Friday’s game. All are welcome. Breast Cancer Tumblers for Sale! Each tumbler is $10 or two for $15. Please contact for more information!    PTSO The AKPTSO Website is up and running and is now accepting credit card (PayPal) for the capital campaign. Please click on the link from the AK Website to find us. The PTSO is also on Facebook. Please Like Us! NOTES FROM THE AK CAFETERIA If your student received free or reduced priced meals last year the 30 day grace period is now over. As of October 7th all students have been converted back to paid meals. Students will now need money to pay for any purchases. If you wish to participate in the meal program again this  year please see the CMS website under Child Nutrition and complete your yearly application. Further questions please contact Child Nutrition at 980-343-6041. CMS policy does not allow high school age students to charge their cafeteria purchases including student meals. Please be sure your student has cash or money on account to pay for purchases. Online payments may be made at Register with your student ID number. Students owing money from middle school must pay their accounts promptly. In order to participate fully in high school activities all debt must be paid in full. Letters have been sent home and will continue until the balance is paid. Student Services    Attention Seniors: NEW Transcript request and payment process  After requesting your transcripts on Naviance, please be sure to print the confirmation page.  Your two initial free transcripts will automatically be deducted from the total owed on Naviance. This total owed is what needs to be paid online through the AK website. Therefore, when you submit your payment online, please be sure to only enter the number of transcripts needing to  be paid for (after subtracting the first two). For example, if you are requesting 5 transcripts on Naviance, your total owed will be $15, only enter 3 on the online payment site. Be sure the amount owed in Naviance is the same as the amount you are paying through the online system.   Please see your counselor with any questions. BOTH the Naviance confirmation page and online payment receipt need to be turned in before  your transcripts can be submitted. Financial Aid Night will be November 20 th  at 6 pm in the Auditorium! “Knights In Action” Community Service Hours:   If you are looking for Volunteer Hours for the ―Knights In Action‖ Community Service Program check out the ―Community Service‖ Bulletin Board in Student Services for some exciting opportunities!!! College Visits Juniors and Seniors keep checking college visits in Naviance for updated visits from college representatives. Counselor Assignments 2014-2015    A –  CHA KELLY MCDONALD DEPARTMENT CHAIR  KELLYR.MCDONALD@CMS.K12.NC.US   CHE –  FO LORI DIPIERNO  LORI.DIPIERNO@CMS.K12.NC.US   FR –  JA BRANDON WEBB  BRANDON1.WEBB@CMS.K12.NC.US   JE –  MA MARY SARTWELL  MARYC.SARTWELL@CMS.K12.NC.US   Mc –  PH CHAD CABLE CHAD.CABLE@CMS.K12.NC.US   PI-SM TYNISHA BOWEN TYNISHAL.BOWEN@CMS.K12.NC.US   SN –  Z CINDI ROTH CINDI.ROTH@CMS.K12.NC.US   
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