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Eight of our finest Armstrong FFA members helped man the Hog Haven food trailers at the Rantoul Half Century Days on Friday, August 25th. They were there all day and worked very hard! Those students included: our Chapter President, Carla Gann, one our Chapter’s Vice Presidents, Zach Birge, our Chapter Treasurer, Aidan Cunningham, and dedicated Chapter Members, Alexis Miles, Gage Koenig, Kyle Reitmeier, and Katelyn Luecke. We also had two very supportive Mother’s help us for the day as well: Daphne Turner and Nancy Bruno.
The 2017-18 student council officers
Dress up days for FFA week
Tues., Feb. 21: Wear blue and gold (FFA official dress is extra points for your class)
Wed., Feb. 22: Flannel/Plaid day
Thur., Feb. 23: Camo/Redneck day
Fri., Feb. 24: Tractor Color day (Drive your tractor to school day)
STAND encourages it members to be positive role models for the school so to help celebrate Red Ribbon Week at ATHS the following dress up days are planned beginning on Oct. 31
Monday: It’s Halloween so scare away drugs by wearing your best costume
Tuesday: This school is too smart for drugs; bust out your crazy cool nerd gear
Wednesday: Dare to be a hero and say no to drugs; dress up like a super hero
Thursday: Don’t let drugs hinder your future; show us what you can be, dress for your future career
Friday: Red Out Day! Represent for red ribbon week and wear as much red as you can
The National Honor Society will be pumping gas this Saturday October 29 to raise money for community services! Come get gas at Casey’s in Gifford or Potomac to donate and help a good cause.
The NHS Officers:
President- Holley Hambleton
Vice President- Tyler Cain
Secretary- Bryce Dillman
Treasurer- Courtney Fancil
The Seniors are:
The Juniors are:
Armstrong’s Student Council members are very excited about the 2nd Annual Halloween Party for local children. This year’s party will take place on Wednesday, October 25th between 6 pm and 8 pm in the Armstrong High School Gym. The party was held in the cafeteria in 2016, but will be held in the bigger gym this year.
The free event will include a costume contest, Halloween themed games, refrershments, and crafts. All local children 4th grade and under are invited to attend!
For questions, call Mrs. Ashcraft at 217-569-2122 or email at email@example.com or Mrs. Bartlett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
President: Hayley Hambleton
Vice President: Holley Hambleton
Secretary: Angela Sieberns
Treasurer: Courtney Fancil
Congratulations to this year’s student council members
Seniors: Raegan Cunningham, Riley Williams, Angela Sieberns, Grace Irvin, Ashlynn Logue, Courtney Fancil,
Holley Hambleton, Hayley Hambleton, Tyler Cain
Juniors: Caleb Coon, Tessa VanOstrand, Madi Gayheart, Morgan Harding, Shelby Loy, Carla Gann, Hollianne Logue,
Makayla Stewart, Ellie Massengale, Shawn Reardon
Sophomores: Cameron Colunga, Maddie Buhr, Hope Hambleton, Julia Mulvaney, Nicole Sprague, Sarah Porter,
Kenzie Loy, Destiny Fitzsimmons
Freshmen: Emily Rogers, Natalie Schluter, Jaedyn Vela, Cheyenne Cade, Madison Pollitt