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  • Financial Aid Night

    For Senior students and their Parents/Guardians

    Please join us for Financial Aid Night!

    Wednesday, December 3rd at 7:00 p.m

    Baxel Hall Auditorium 
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  • Parent Portal Opened for Marking Period 1 Grades
    The parent portal of PowerSchool is now open for Marking Period 1 grades.  Interim and end of marking period reports are important times to encourage your children to learn to self-advocate.  If there are grade discrepancies or questions, the first step should be for a student to reach out to his or her teacher.  I am proud to work with an outstanding faculty and can assure you that they are a nurturing and approachable group who are happy to help. Faculty information can be found on our website.  The parent portal link can be found in the drop down menu, under AAHS, and by following the link for parents. 
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    • For All Junior students 
      Kaplan Test Prep is offering a FREE SAT/ACT Combo Practice Test 
    • Who:  UCVTS Juniors 
      When:  Saturday, December 6th
      Time:  Arrive 7:45 am - Finish 12:00 pm
      Where:  Baxel Auditorium
      How: 1) Register on-line: Follow this Link
       2) Complete and Return this permission slip to the AAHS main office
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  • Princeton Review coming to UCVTS
    A Princeton Review Session will be held 7:00-9:00pm in Baxel Auditorium on October 29th. This is a great resource for information about college! See your school counselors for more information. 
     
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  • Welcome Back Letter 
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  • Governor's School Recipients
    The Allied Health community is pleased to announce that junior Anagha Prasanna was accepted to the prestigious Governor's School of the Sciences to be held at Drew University during the summer. Our sincere congratulations!
     
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  • FBLA members qualify for Nationals after successful state competition 
    Congratulations to all FBLA members on their hard work, especially, Allied Health seniors Sara Beenders and Brittney Leu for qualifying in the Community Service Project category.
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  • AAHS HOSA SWEEPS THE COMPETITION!!
    On March 22-23, the AAHS chapters participated in the state HOSA competition. The following results represent the excellent work of our students. 
    HOSA BOWL- GOLD MEDAL - Caroline Lachanski, Eric Muller, Joel Fortune, Trina Salvador
    HEALTH CAREER DISPLAY- GOLD MEDAL - Jamie ATrevino and Sam Alves-Czachor
    EXTEMPORANEOUS WRITING- GOLD MEDAL-Kelsey Cogan
    EMT- GOLD MEDAL- Sne Parikh and Brittney Leu
    MEDICAL READING- GOLD MEDAL- Ethan Yoo
    EXTEMPORANEOUS WRITING - SILVER MEDAL-- Diana Buchanan
    RESEARCHED PERSUASIVE SPEAKING-  SILVER MEDAL- Ashley Rosenberg
    MEDICAL SPELLING- SILVER MEDAL- Euna Hur
    HOSA BOWL- BRONZE MEDAL- Julian Sackey, Calvin Zhang, Anagha Prasanna, Joe Sichel
    CREATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING- BRONZE MEDAL - Matt Thoonkuzhy, Autumn Patterson, Kelly Donahue, Adina Sklar
    JOB SEEKING SKILLS- BRONZE MEDAL- Kelechi Ezealaji
    CPR/FIRST AID- BRONZE MEDAL- Emily Parrell and Justin Lee
    SPEAKING SKILLS- BRONZE MEDAL- Marleni Chavani
    PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT- 4th Place - Lawrence Chan, Govind Shekeran, Max Kearns, Alex Malao, Chris Moran
    PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE- 4th Place - Shreya Kachroo, Dana Chan, Stephanie Ng, Josh Olazo, Sangeeth Sreekumar, Sophia St Val
    PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE- 5th Place - Sydney Krug, Chioma Uka, Cindy Gong, Gaby Sosa, Muriel Olazo, Aly Palia and Sam Mc Callion
    MEDICAL SPELLING-  4th Place- David Cordoba
    and…
    Congratulations to SAVERIO ZIPETO- 
    NJ HOSA’s next STATE PRESIDENT 
    and
    AKSHAR PATEL- NJ HOSA’s next VP!
     
    KUDOS to all participants. 
    HOSA ROCKED OUR COMPETITIVE SOCKS!!
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  •  Academy for Allied Health Sciendes  
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  • About the Academy for Allied Health Sciences 
    Ranked by Newsweek Magazine and US News & World Report as one of the top high schools in the United States, recognized by the Federal Department of Education and recipient of National Best Practices, the Academy for Allied Health Sciences is a healthcare program of innovation and excellence. Rutgers University, Fairleigh Dickinson University and Seton Hall University partnerships allow students opportunity for college credits. Relevant experiences at healthcare facilities, added to students’ industry certifications, culminate with EMT training/New Jersey State EMT-B certification exam.

    Challenging academics and high professional standards in character prepare the Academy for Allied Health Sciences students for a career path as doctors, nurses, and as the healthcare providers of tomorrow.

     
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