News From Across ARPS

Ms. Hopkin's students visited the Botanic Garden of Smith College on April 29.  The trip offered students the opportunity to practice the academic language used in plant sciences and to enjoy a beautiful spring day.  The picture on the left is of Ruben Candelaria de Jesus in the rock garden, and the photo on the right is of DanQing Liang in the Succulent House of the Lyman Conservatory.

Sixth graders explored the question "How Does Social Change Happen?" through a Panel Discussion on Youth Activism this afternoon. The panel was led by two student moderators and the panelists provided insight from their collective wealth of organizing experience. Thank you to our panelists from The Sunrise Movement @sunrisenorthampton , The Student Strike for Climate @climatestrikema , The Turn it Around Campaign @TurnItAroundCtn , plus Congressman James McGovern @jimmcgovernma and @montebelmonte . 

Watch it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6dRHthDxnE

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To access the Amherst, Pelham and Amherst-Pelham Regional School District Budgets, please click HERE

Check out the Wave Report for April!

In English

and in Spanish!

ARPS has been awarded $24,810 for the FY19 Teacher Diversification Pilot Program!! You can read the letter from Governor Baker and Lieutenant Governor HEREPolito HERE

ARMS eighth grader, Cameron Gray-Lee was among the top 100 scorers in Massachusetts on a qualifying online test from the National Geographic Society.  He advanced to the exam after passing through several qualifying rounds at school.  The photograph includes ARMS social studies teachers and the students who represented their teams in a school-wide qualifying round.  Read more in an article published in the Daily Hampshire Gazette, "The World at Their Fingertips: Local Students Prep for State Geography Bee," by Greta Jochem, 3/27/2019.

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