We're off to see the wizard! The Wizard of Oz hits the Athens High School stage this November. We can't wait for you to join us on this magical, musical adventure!
Two events on our YouTube Channel tonight. Maple Groves Christmas Concert K-2 starts at 6pm. Boys basketball VS Stratford, Varsity at 7pm.
Athens FBLA needs your help! Jennifer is currently serving as the Wisconsin State Region 2 Vice President for Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). Serving as the State Region 2 VP, she has the responsibility and honor of hosting the Region 2 Leadership Conference on February 3, 2024 at Athens High School.
To make this event a success, we need dedicated community members to serve as judges, room supervisors for the various competitive events and/or facilitate a workshop. Volunteering your time and talents allows you to interact with our state's future business leaders, share your expertise, and support the development of their skills.
On behalf of the Athens FBLA chapter, please consider volunteering your time and expertise to support the next generation of business leaders. This is a rewarding experience and greatly benefits our students. If you are willing and able to volunteer, please contact Jennifer at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Mrs. Murkowski, our local adviser, at email@example.com
by January 1, 2024.
November 16, Jennifer and the other FBLA state officers, along with the other state Career and Technical Education student organizations officers had the opportunity to hear from and speak with state legislators about current topics, pertinent to Career and Technical Education that affect families, schools, and communities in Wisconsin.
Physics students use an air track to determine the acceleration of a cart.
FCA Officers - Alexa Weiler, Faith Nowak and Jennifer Espinoza Quiroz loaded Operation Christmas Child boxes into a car. 16 boxes were filled with gifts to be shared with children at Christmas. Thank you to all the families that helped make this a success.
The eighth grade students just finished racing their C02 cars. All did very well and here are the students and cars that placed in the Best of Show and Racing competitions.
Chemistry students celebrated National Mole Day (Oct. 23) by creating their own moles.
Students in Mrs. Wilker's English 9 classes working hard to carefully read, problem solve, and communicate with their group to solve mini mysteries. We have some potential for future investigators and detectives!
The Physical Science class is working on a poster project that shows the properties of groups of elements on the periodic table.
The School District of Athens is seeking employment of a Head Varsity Softball Coach.
If you have an interest in applying for this position, please complete the application which can be located on the WECAN website: https://wecan.waspa.org
HOMECOMING Football Game CHANGE: Due to Weather: Friday Night's Football game has been moved to Thursday 7:00pm.
Leading Financial education nonprofit Next Gen Personal Finance has recognized Athens High School as one of 199 NGPF Gold Standard Schools in WI because we require a standalone Personal Finance course! With 23 states, and quickly growing, now requiring this course for all high school students, NGPF celebrates the high schools, like Athens, that are ahead of this exciting trend. Congratulations to Athens High School for teaching real-life skills like budgeting, credit management, career preparation and beyond!
Athens students attending the college fair at UWSP Wausau had a surprise visit from Miss America!
Senior students in Mrs. Wilker's Greek Mythology class untangling the tree of the Greek gods and goddesses
Girls in Tech Ed are trying their hands at welding, learning techniques that will make their projects something to be proud of.