A-P Students Move on to State Competition By Sam Frey and Trevor Haren The Aplington-Parkersburg individual speech team went to AGWSR High School on Saturday, February 28. They brought thirty performances and left with an outstanding nineteen of those moving onto state, which will be held at Starmont High School on Saturday, March 14. The
If you cannot make it to the game Saturday click the link below. To watch you will need to purchase a day pass for $9.95 or get the month pass for $14.95 and possibly be able to see later games in the tournament http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/ihsaa-ia/d3da1a9aa4
Congratulations to 7th graders Diana Mulder, Rachel Cline, Kobe Riherd, and 8th grader Hunter Saul who were chosen to lay the wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier during this year’s AP2DC trip. AP2DC will participate in the wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery on Sunday, March 15, 2015. In the past, the
Girls Basketball Season in Review The girls ended their season with a 10-13 record, a big improvement from last year. They will graduate four seniors: Amanda Taylor, Sidney Haren, Jessica Smith, and Nicole Sharp. Leading Scorers Amanda Taylor – 200 Jessica Smith – 166 Highest Three Point % Sidney Haren – 28.2% Amanda
National School Breakfast Week is March 2 – 6th, 2015 We’ll be having a contest March 2- 6 at breakfast time to get a greater participation, a hearty breakfast can fuel student’s brains. All week long when a student eats breakfast, they’ll receive a different colored paper, to put their name and grade on, and
On Thursday, February 26, the Aplington-Parkersburg Education Association will be hosting Family Math Night at Parkersburg Elementary for all A-P preschool through fifth grade students and their families. The night will feature many different leveled math activities for families to take with them as well as raffles and a few other surprises. The fun begins at 6:00 and will go until 7:30.
Watch our kickoff video