After careful consideration, our Superintendent, Mrs. Hoffman and our building principal, Mr. Schnepp determined that it is in the best interests of our students and staff to offer our 2021 spring night school semester in a remote setting. With this new development, students who enroll will NOT be held to a 5 pm to 8 pm schedule on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Remote learning is self-driven and requires 30 hours AND a passing grade of a 65 or better to earn credit for the class. Classes are now flexible and students will be using our GradPoint software to complete their courses. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at email@example.com. Registration will NOT be remote but will be in person at the rotunda entrance of the high school at the scheduled times. Thank you for your continued understanding. Joanne White
As of February 22, both cohorts at the high school will be having in person learning Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Please email Mr. Schnepp if you have a conflict or a concern and need to remain in the 2 day hybrid model. Parents of remote only students should let the school know by March 26 if they plan to switch to the hybrid model for term 4. At that time we will look at the numbers and determine what model we will use for the 4th term.
A heartfelt thanks goes out to the "Senior Moms" for organizing, packing and distributing the gift bags for the Celebrating Seniors Day. Led by coordinators, Wendy Rua and Sherry Balzano, Becky Santaniello, Kelly Bryant, Kristie Luke, Rhonda Typrowicz, Catherine Beavis, Pam Moore, Erica Schlosser, Michelle Wolfe, Teresa Smith, Michelle Winer, Wendy Mcananama, Allison Strong and Chrissy Turcotte-White all contributed to making this a great event for the Class of 2021! Thanks for all of the time and energy you put into making this a huge success. Tom Schnepp
The AHS Music Department sends its CONGRATULATIONS to MICHAEL WINER!! AHS Senior, Mike Winer has been accepted into the 2021 Massachusetts ALL STATE CHORUS and will be representing Agawam High School as a member of the All State Chorus of MMEA/NAFME on March 6 and March 20 in a Virtual All State Concert Performance. The music department is proud of the continuing talent and efforts put forth by our students!
Art Teacher Ms. Amber Waters recently submitted student work to the Massachusetts Art Education Association Juried Art Exhibition for Amazing Emerging Artists. Senior Kim Beaver's painting "The Final Kick" was accepted and will be displayed in the 2021 Recognitions Exhibit.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT CONGRATULATIONS: The Agawam High School Music Department Congratulates the following freshmen for making the MMEA Junior Districts Jazz Band and Band respectively for the 2021 district festival: Adam Ward - jazz band, drumset Coleman Bradlee - jazz band, trumpet Nick Nguyen - band, trumpet (1st chair) Gabe Rua - band, trumpet Gabby Manes - band, alto sax Alexis Wozniak - band, horn We are so very proud of these talented AHS students!
It's National School Counseling Week! We appreciate our Agawam High School counselors! Mrs. Niles, Mrs. LaPoint, Mrs. Dromey, Mr. Veres, Ms. Galereave, Ms. Wynne, Mrs. Bernier, Mrs. Crowe and Mrs. DeJesus!
NHS Class of 2021 Inductees Presentation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNoBJ2ejaWA
Bus Stops for the 2020-2021 school year are now posted on our website at https://www.agawamed.org/browse/145278
We are excited to announce our new website. Please take a look around!
This Doering Middle School student hand-made and painted this chessboard during remote learning. Such diligent efforts in the carving of the chess pieces, very impressive!
Vision: The Agawam School Community is committed to developing compassionate, contributing citizens through an inclusive learning environment with high expectations. Mission: The Agawam Public School District, in partnership with the community will provide a safe, personalized, and engaging learning experience where every student is supported and challenged.