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Monday December 13th

  • Thank you Ms. Ortiz, Ms. Marden, Ms. Kletzer, Mr. Olson, Ms. Schmidt, Ms. Ota and Ms. Kriscunas for honoring students for a Mariner Moment Award! Ms. Ortiz honored Olivia Lobato-Aguilar, Lexus Castrejon-Cervantez, Kystal Moran-Bedolla, and Jasmine Medina for aspiring higher! Ms. Marden  honored Samer Awwad for leading by example, and Ms. Marden honored Corbin Bettencourt for creating a safe community and leading by example! Ms. Kletzer honored Asher Norman and Corey Rego for aspiring higher! Mr. Olson honored Thomas Westfall for aspiring higher! Ms. Schmidt honored Isaac Craig and Alonso Ramirez for being integrity oriented! Ms. Ota honored Savannah Fraley for being integrity oriented, and Eliza Desouza, Libby Reynold, Tatiana Brantley, Madeleine Demers, Febe Avitua, Kaitlyn Murray, and Cayden Loftus for leading by example! Ms. Kris honored Marco Magdaleno-Ramirez, Nathan Bautisa, and Noah Barragan-Sanchez for leading by example! Ms. Kris also acknowledged Ms. Kerri Barrick for creating a safe community!

  • As Fall Final exams approach this week, aspire higher by giving it your very best effort to finish the Fall Semester on a positive note.  The following students were at the top of their grade level last week for being acknowledged by staff on 5star for aspiring higher:

  • Grade 9- Lily Bailey, Matthew Mickey, Zoe Rindt

  • Grade 10- Andres Gutierrez, Kyla Peters, Natalya Hammond

  • Grade 11- Amauri Arista, Angel Garcia-Garcia, Benjamin Hoeven

  • Grade 12- Chase Aiken, Colette Friedley, Bobby Escobar, Andrea Leon Cortez, Edward Reaves-Lunsford

  • 2. Thank you to all staff who acknowledged students 922 times on 5star last week for displaying positive behaviors.  A special thank you to the staff who acknowledged  5 students 5 times or more:  Mr. Bol, Mr. Contreras, Mr. Desmond, Ms. Emanuel, Ms. Gardea, Mr. Manildi, Ms. McDowell, Ms. Monroy, Mr. Mora, Ms. Ortiz, Ms. Perez, Ms. Richey, Ms. Notari, Ms. Sugrue, Ms. Pine-Campbell. 

  • Big Mariner Shout Out to All Mariner Student-Athletes who competed over the weekend!

  • Your Mariner Cheer Team competed in a USA Competition over the weekend in Union City. We are pleased to announce that the team received a qualifying score and has qualified for Nationals!!!! Congratulations and keep up the hard work!

  • Our Wrestling team was spread out and competed at multiple tournaments this weekend. The Mariners represented extremely well and had a plethora of wrestlers place in both JV and Varsity brackets!

  • Aptos Surf Team had a competition at "The Hook" on Saturday. Mariner Sophomore Holly Hegna was the top finisher and placed 5th overall in a very competitive heat!

  • Girls Soccer volunteered at "Adopt a Family Christmas Charity" in Watsonville on Friday night and followed that up with a win over Alisal 1-0 on Saturday morning.

  • And finally, Aptos Boys Basketball  beat Lincoln 55-44 in the Bob Hagen Memorial Tournament championship at Gilroy High on Saturday! They are tournament champions and Seniors Cameron Saldana and Jack Spinelli received "ALL-Tournament" honors, with Cameron also receiving Tournament MVP!

Monday December 6th

  • Thank you Ms. Hernandez, Ms. Notari, and Ms. Tovani and Ms. Kriscunas for honoring students for a Mariner Moment Award! Ms. Hernandez honored Isaiah Ackerman for creating a safe community and leading by example! Ms. Notari  honored Lily Vacarro, Sydney Roth-Bensusan, and Maya Low for leading by example! Ms. Notari honored Olivia Pate, Gwen Parry, Grace Martin, and Janie Houser for aspiring higher!  Ms. Notari honored Brianna Scoppettone for being integrity oriented!  Ms. Notari honored Avalon Kail for aspiring higher, being integrity oriented, and leading by example!   Ms. Notari honored Isabella Christie for being integrity oriented and leading by example!  Also, Ms. Notari honored Iman Moshari for SAILing! Ms. Tovani honored Jenna Jung for being integrity oriented!  Ms. Tovani honored Asher Norman and Nadia Ramirez-Cerrillos for aspiring higher and leading by example!  Ms. Tovani honored Julia Spinelli and Kailey Farris for aspiring higher, being integrity oriented, and leading by example!  Ms. Tovani honored Sophie Cornish, Maverick Teman, and Kyle Johansen for aspiring higher!  Ms. Tovani honored Jimmy Glassman for leading by example!  Ms. Tovani also honored Isabella Debernardo and Mattias Mutis-Ross for aspiring higher and being integrity oriented! Ms. Kris honored Greg Testorff, Hayden Padilla, Riley Williams, Levin Caris, Brody White, and Edward Peters for leading by example!  Ms. Kris also honored Honey Guerrero, Vanessa Arredondo-Griego, and Jose Rocha for creating a safe community!

  • Thank you to all Mariners who contribute to a safe community.  The following students are were at the top of their grade level for the month of November for being acknowledged by staff on 5star for contributing to a safe community: Grade 9- Sarah Ayers, Jahir De La Cruz  Garcia, Vincent  Carroll Grade 10- Rocio Cervantes, Adam Allen, Gerson Saul Hernandez Grade  11- Jordan Ramos, Salma Avendano Ortiz, Anisa Guzman Grade 12- James Timko, Sean  Galvez, Mia Haws

  • Thank you to all staff who acknowledged fellow Mariners 1,799 times on 5star last week for displaying positive behaviors.  A  special thank you to:  Mr. Anderson, Ms. Aronovici,  Ms. Emanuel,  Ms. Gardea, Ms. Hernandez, Mr.  Kastner, Ms. Kletzer, Ms. Monroy, Mr. Mora, Ms. Ortiz, Ms. Perez, Ms. Richey,  Mr. Sherwood,  Mr. Tiffany, Ms. Tully, and  Mr. Zuniga

  • Students who redeemed their 5star points can pick up their rewards this week during lunch in the ASB box in the Main Quad.  Thank you for SAILing to greatness Mariners!

  • Students with their  last names beginning with the letters A-G can pick up their rewards today ASB box in the Main Quad

  • Students with their last names beginning with the letters H-O can pick up their rewards on Tuesday  

  • Students with their last names beginning with the letters P-Z can pick up their rewards on Friday.

Friday December 3rd

  • Winter Ball tickets are on sale today in the Main Quad at lunch. Get them today because prices go up next week. Remember that you need a signed permission slip in order to buy tickets. 

  • Buy a friend a Candy Gram today at lunch for just a dollar. ASB will deliver your Candy Gram to your friend’s ASB class on Friday December 10th

  • Remember that next week is Holiday Spirit Week! Dress in your Holiday colors on Monday and Tuesday is Ugly Holiday Sweater day. Check out the activities web page for more info!

  • Did you redeem your 5 Star points for prizes this week? Go pick them up next week in the Main Quad at lunch! Students with last names A-G can pick up their prizes on Monday. H-O will get their prizes on Tuesday and last names P-Z will get them on Friday. 

Tuesday November 30

  • Redeem your 5 Star points today until Thursday online at aptoshs.net/SAIL. You can pick up your prizes in ASB in a Box next week.  Please check your PVUSD gmail for directions and thank you for SAILing the Mariner Way!

  • Seniors, UC and CSU applications are due today!. Make sure to drop by the College and Career Center to submit your applications! 

Tuesday November 23

  • Students will be able to redeem their 5star points for rewards beginning Monday November 29th.  Please check your PVUSD gmail for directions and thank you for SAILing the Mariner Way.

  • Seniors, UC and CSU applications are due on November 30th. That is only 11 days from today! Make sure to drop by the College and Career Center to submit your applications! 

  • Join the Access Program for an all day college application help day! We will be at the College and Career Center tomorrow Wednesday 24th from 8:30-3:30 Breakfast and lunch will be provided

Monday Novemeber 22

  • Thank you  Ms. Offutt, Mr. Bover, Mr. Sherwood, Ms. McDowell, Ms. Gardea, Ms. Notari, and Ms. Pughe and Ms. Kriskunas for honoring students for a Mariner Moment Award! Ms. Offutt honored Hannia Reyes, Hannah Mathiesen, Sherry Choy, Eric Choy, and Nikos Lares for leading by example! Mr. Bover honored Cayden Loftus and Kelsea Ford for creating a safe community and leading by example! Mr. Sherwood honored Coco Chankai for aspiring higher! Ms. McDowell honored Aiden Sanchez, Thor Hess, and Maggie Machado for SAILing! Ms. Gardea honored Samuel Garcia and Owen Kilian for creating a safe community and leading by example! Ms. Notari honored Ms. Blair Hedigan, Samantha Schneider, and Piper Woo for aspiring higher! Ms. Pughe honored Libby Reynolds for leading by example and aspiring higher! Ms. Kriskunas honored Nathaniel Miller and Javier Hernandez for leading by example! 

  • Thank you to all Mariners who lead by example every day by meeting expectations, positively participating and in showing respect to others and our school campus.  The following students are at the top of their grade level for being acknowledged by staff on 5star for leading by example: Grade 9 Daniel Parra-Sanchez, Claire Willoughby, Silas Reynolds, Ava Banuelos Grade 10 Charlotte Bass, Charlotte Ryan, Dwight Ian Tobias, Yuridia Cantolan-Zambrano Grade 11 Jillian Nicole Beltran, Catalina Ontiveros, Jack Hickey, Collin Mennie Grade 12 Hassan Ayyad, Jessica Cortez-Albor, Joseph Knighton, Isabel Pfeiffer

  • Thank you to all staff who acknowledged fellow Mariners 1,165 times on 5star last week for displaying positive behaviors.  A special thank you to the staff members who acknowledged students 11 times or more: Ms. Burkhart, Ms. Damiani, Mr. DeMuth, Ms. Marden, Ms.McDowell, Ms. Monroy, Mr. Mora, Ms. Notari, Ms. Ortiz, Ms. Perkin, Ms. Richey, Mr. Sherwood, Mr. Slyder, Ms. Tully, and Mr. Zuniga.

  • Students will be able to redeem their 5star points for rewards beginning Monday November 29th.  Please check your PVUSD gmail for directions and thank you for SAILing the Mariner Way.

  • Have you ever wanted to be in a musical? Well, now is your chance! Auditions for the Spring Musical are coming soon...and all students are welcome to come out! There will be an informational meeting today @  lunch, the show title will be announced then, too. Hint: The show is bright, colorful, and tons of fun! All the materials and support you need to audition will be provided. Please stop by Room T100 in the theatre building to chat with Ms. A if you have any questions. Hope to see you there!

Monday November 15

  • Thank you so Mr. Dennis, Ms. Marden, Ms. Schmidt, Ms. Pughe, Ms. Kris, and Ms. Ortiz for honoring students for a Mariner Moment Award! 

    • Mr. Dennis honored Sean Harvey for leading by example! 

    • Ms. Marden honored Natasha Newcome, Gavin Abundis, Sabrina Timko, and Jimmy Glassma for SAILing! 

    • Ms. Schmidt honored Lucas Le, Ben Ford, and Dominic Norman for aspiring higher! 

    • Ms. Pughe honored Libby Reynolds for Leading by Example and Aspiring Higher. Libby represented herself, the Chamber Choir, and Aptos High at the Aptos Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Dinner on Friday 11/5. Libby sang an absolutely BEAUTIFUL rendition of the National Anthem and brought the house down! Those in attendance were inspired by her beautiful voice, stage presence, and confidence. Go LIBBY GO!

    • Ms.Ortiz honored Abby Danish, Summer Jacob, Seija Mauldin-Nores, Jordi Martinez, Ciera Puente, Mariana Franca, and Aiden Aminifard for leading by example! 

    • Ms. Kriscunas honored Greer Hambly, Dennise Moctezuma-Aguilar, Iman Moshari, Isabella Debernardo, Sam Allen, Madeleine Marentette, Aylin Serriteno-Ortiz, and Eli Fernandez for creating a safe community! 

    • Ms. Kris also honored Dari Kamkar for creating a safe community and leading by example! 

  • Thank you to all Mariners who lead by example every day by meeting expectations, positively participating and in showing respect to others and our school campus.  The following students are at the top of their grade level for being acknowledged by staff on 5star for leading by example: Grade 9- Daniel Parra-Sanchez, Claire Willoughby, Silas Reynolds, Ava Banuelos, Grade 10- Charlotte Bass, Charlotte Ryan, Dwight Ian Tobias, Yuridia Cantolan-Zambrano Grade 11- Jillian Nicole Beltran, Catalina Ontiveros, Jack Hickey, Collin Mennie Grade 12- Hassan Ayyad, Jessica Cortez-Albor, Joseph Knighton, Isabel Pfeiffer

  • Thank you to all the staff who acknowledged fellow Mariners 949 times on 5star last week for displaying positive behaviors.  A special thank you to the staff members who acknowledged students and staff 23 times or more:  Mr. Contreras, Ms. Gardea, Ms. Hernandez, Ms. Kletzer, Ms. Marden, Ms. McDowell, Mr. Mora, Mr. Olson, Ms. Rodriguez, Ms. Swift, Mr. Tiffany, and Ms.Tully.

  • 5star Fest is coming in early December!  Students will be able to redeem their 5star points for rewards.  Keep SAILing to Greatness Mariners by displaying positive behaviors and participating in events and activities.

  • Aptos Choir invites you to come out Saturday to hear their FIRST concert in 2 years! Woo-hoo! The Concert will be in the main quad Saturday at 2:00pm and will feature all kinds of music to lift your spirits and bring in the holiday season. See you Saturday at 2:00pm. 

  • Have you ever wanted to be in a musical? Well, now is your chance! Auditions for the Spring Musical are coming soon...and all students are welcome to come out! There will be an informational meeting at lunch on Monday, November 23, and the show title will be announced then, too. Hint: The show is bright, colorful, and tons of fun! All the materials and support you need to audition will be provided. Please stop by Room T100 in the theatre building to chat with Ms. A if you have any questions. Hope to see you there!

  • Seniors, UC and CSU applications are due on November 30th. That is only 15 days from today! Make sure to drop by the College and Career Center to submit your applications! 

  • Seniors, UC and CSU applications are due on November 30th. That is only 15 days from today! Make sure to drop by the College and Career Center to submit your applications! 

  • Winter ball tickets go on sale next Tuesday November 16 at lunch in the main quad! You’ll need a signed permission slip to attend. Come to E-103 to find it. 

  • Club Carnival is this Friday November 19th. Request Forms are due in E-103 by Tuesday. 

  • MSA Club will be selling presale tickets today during lunch for Burritos for the Club Carnival in the main quad. Don’t be left out of a delicious burrito. 

  • There will be a Bring Change To Mind meeting during lunch today in E-100 to help create change among our campus.

Aptos High School was represented  very well across the Bay Area last week as the CCS Championships were under way!

  • The Girls' Varsity Golf team had a great season and finished strong with a 6-2 record in the SCCAL, which earned them a 2nd place finish in league. Congrats team!!

  • Girls Tennis started the week by traveling to Burlingame. The Mariners lost to a very talented Panther team, and finished the season as SCCAL Champs and an overall 11-3 record! 

  • Girls Water Polo picked up a big win vs St Ignatius on Tuesday to advance to the first CCS Championship game in school history! On Saturday, they lost by a score of 10-9 in a classic battle vs Santa Cruz to finish 2nd place in CCS. They finish the season being ranked in the top 30 in the entire state! Congrats to the team on making history!

  • Football traveled to St. Francis on Friday where they battled the #1 team in Northern California. The game was tied in the 4th quarter, and the Mariners came up just short of an upset victory! They finished the season with a 8-2 record and ranked 8th in all of CCS!

  • Finally, big congratulations to Girls Cross Country for winning the CCS Division 3 Team Championships! The Girls brought home the first place trophy for the 16th time in school history! They have now qualified for state and wil travel to Fresno for the CIF State Finals the weekend after Thanksgiving!

  • Congrats to all teams who completed a great Fall Sports season, and a special thank you to all of our Fall Sport seniors on amazing careers as a Mariner!

Friday November 12

  • Winter ball tickets go on sale next Tuesday November 16 at lunch in the main quad! You’ll need a signed permission slip to attend. Come to E-103 to find it. 

  • Club Carnival is next Friday November 19th. Request Forms are due in E-103 by Tuesday.

  • Students' school photos have arrived! If you ordered school photos and have not picked them up please stop by the attendance office to get them.

  • Please join us in celebrating our wonderful visual arts students' efforts this year by attending the Aptos Grange 7th Annual Craft Faire tomorrow Saturday, November 13th from 11-4pm. AHS students' work will be sold in a booth at the craft faire, and proceeds will benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank and our programs. Students will be at the fair selling beautiful ceramic bowls and small dishes, and other art objects.  

  • We are proud to announce that this weekend we have 3 Mariner athletic programs competing in the CCS Championships!

  • Our Boys and Girls Cross Country teams have qualified for the CCS Finals at Crystal Springs on Saturday starting at 1:30 pm. Our Football team qualified for the top bracket in CCS and will travel to St. Francis Mountain View on Friday night at 7 pm! Finally, our Girls Water Polo has advanced to the first CCS Finals in school history and will battle league rival Santa Cruz Saturday in Hollister at 4:05 pm!

  • As a reminder, all tickets for CCS contests must be purchased digitally and online at GoFan.co and all contests will have a cashless gate.

  • Tickets can be purchased at the links below, and there will also be QR codes available at the front gates of each event.

Good luck to all teams in action this weekend!

Monday November 8

  • Thank you Ms. Swift, Mr. Bover, Ms. Emanuel, Ms. Notari and Ms. Burkhart for honoring students for a Mariner Moment Award and being the Ted Lasso for these students! Ms. Swift honored Christa Fingers for aspiring higher! Mr. Bover honored Alex Ortiz-Rincon for creating a safe community!  Mr. Bover also honored Olivia Pate for leading by example! Ms. Emanuel honored Brisa Becerra, E Evans, Mia Archuleta, Jackson Miller, Maddie Flynn, Sofia Cuhna, and Diana Escobar  for leading by example! Ms. Notari honored Josh Funtilla, Piper Woo, and Michael Baker for aspiring higher! Ms. Notari also honored Zach Watkins, Sophia Pursley and Grey Flores for leading by example! Ms. Burkhart honored Max Hernandez, Thorston Hess, and Adnan Ayyad for leading by example! 

  • Thank you to all students who Aspire Higher everyday.  The word aspire means to want to achieve something or attain a particular goal.  To aspire higher each day means that a person gives it their best effort to be the best person they can be and to achieve their goals.  The following students are at top of their grade level in being recognized by staff on 5star for aspiring higher. Grade 9- Sophia White, Thomas Thompson, Ammy Carrillo Grade 10- Brian Pacheco, Joel Meloche, Julia Spinelli Grade 11- Friday Monroy, Jennifer Santiago, Diana Luis, Eric Choy Grade 12- Jacob Hernandez,Isabella Camargo, Diana Escobar-Martinez, Alia Gonzalez.

  • Thank you to all staff who acknowledged students 2,284 times on 5star last week for displaying positive behaviors.  A special thank you to the staff members who acknowledged students 55 times or more:  Ms. Alcibar, Ms. Burkhart, Ms. Gardea, Ms, Hernandez, Ms. Kletzer, Ms. Marden, Ms. McDowell, Mr. Mora, Mr. Olson, Ms. Ortiz, Ms. Perez, Mr. Slyder, Ms. Swift, and Ms. Tully

  • Tomorrow, November 9th, is the last day to pay the regular fee for AP Exams, you can pay in our webstore or in person at the finance office. Also make sure you have registered with the College Board for all your AP classes.

  • 5star Fest is coming in early December!  Students will be able to redeem their 5star points for rewards.  More detailed information will be coming soon.

  • Please join us in celebrating our wonderful visual arts students' efforts this year by attending the Aptos Grange 7th Annual Craft Faire on Saturday, November 13th from 11-4pm. AHS students' work will be sold in a booth at the craft faire, and proceeds will benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank and our programs. Students will be at the fair selling beautiful ceramic bowls and small dishes, and other art objects.  

  • MSA Club will be Pre Selling tickets for burritos in I-204 during break and lunch this week for the Club Carnival on November 19. 

  • Start getting excited athletes, only 84 more days until the start of Track & Field

CCS Playoffs are in Full Swing as Mariners Athletics will travel all around the Bay Area this week representing Aptos HS...

  • Last Week both Boys and Girls Cross Country competed at the SCCAL Finals. Girls finished in 2nd place overall and the Boys had a strong showing finishing 3rd….Both teams qualified for CCS and will race this Saturday at Crystal Springs Course in San Jose

  • Last week, Girls Tennis competed in SCCAL Finals at Seascape. The Girls Tennis Team will now travel to Burlingame this afternoon for a 2 pm start time in the first round of CCS play.

  • Girls Water Polo hosted and won in the first round of the CCS playoffs this weekend here at Aptos. They beat the Bulldogs of Sobrato and will travel to Palo Alto HS on Tuesday to face off against St. Ignatius from San Francisco. 

  • Football received the #8 overall seed in all of CCS, meaning they were of top teams and qualified for the most competitive bracket. Football will travel to St. Francis of Mountain View on Friday Night for a first round matchup against the #1 seed. 

  • As a reminder, all tickets to the CCS contest must be ordered digitally. Mr. Fox will be sharing the links as they become available this week. 

Good luck to ALL Mariners in Action this week…..

Go Mariners! Sails Up!

Friday September 24th

  • Students! Are you in need of community service hours? If you love to participate in school events, Student Services is in need of students who can assist with parking and traffic. If you're interested please stop by student services in the main office to sign up!

Monday September 20th

  • Attention all students! For safety reasons food delivery services will not be accepted on campus. Moving forward, if food is delivered it will not be collected. 

  • Mariners! Please bring your school chromebook charged everyday!

Friday September 17th

  • Good morning, Mariners. We are looking forward to celebrating Homecoming next week with dress up days, lunch activities every day, our awesome parade on Wednesday afternoon, and JV & Varsity football games on Friday night. Homecoming is a time to welcome back our alumni, celebrate our wonderful campus community, and show gratitude for our amazing staff. And while we have great events to celebrate next week, I have to take a moment to address the destructive and disrespectful behavior some students are exhibiting in the quad and open spaces and especially in our bathrooms.At a time when we need to come together now more than ever, there are some Mariners who are abusing the facilities we work so hard to keep clean and safe for all to use. Every Mariner shares in the responsibility of keeping our campus safe & clean. Thank you to the student leaders who are cleaning up after themselves in the quad. Thank you to the freshman and sophomore students who are changing their behaviors by not chasing, hitting, or running. Thank you to the staff who are reporting the anit-social behaviors you are seeing and redirecting students to do better. You all are awesome! All Students: please take a moment to download the StopIT app today. Report instances of destructive behavior. Staff, please encourage our students to be as respectful out on the broader campus as they are being in your classrooms under your care. Mariners, it takes a village

  • Student parking ticketing is in full effect. If you have not already purchased a parking pass please do so today. Parking passes can be purchased in the main office before school, during lunch, or after school. 

The PVUSD Mental Health Clinicians, social-emotional counselors and assidgned school academic counselors are available for support. Student may go to the following AHS school site locations for support: Room I205 (Wellness Center) & AHS Main Office. 

 

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