Allegany High School

616 Sedgwick Street • Cumberland, MD 21502 Phone:301-777-8110

News/Updates

CONGRATULATIONS

Miss Campera and Homecoming Court

Miss Campera: Cassidy Lease

Attendant:Tarryn Logsdon, Alyssa O'Neal, Jenna Puffinburger, and Micah Wormack.

 

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Announcements

Student Council

An ACASC meeting will be held on September 23rd at Rocky Gap. Anyone in student government and freshmen running for office that want to strengthen their leadership skills is able to attend. Sign up sheet is by the English wing bulletin board. Please return forms and $5 by September 18th.

FBLA - RAGNAR RACE

FBLA members please see Mrs. Edwards in Room 127 to register as a volunteer by September 11, 2015 to participate.

Homecoming Ads

Students
Homecoming scoreboard ad forms are due in the Main Office by Friday, September 11th. Forms are in the main office if you need one. Again the deadline is Friday, September 11th. Turn forms and money in to the main office
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Junior and Senior Class officers and Student Council Officers

If you are interested in being nominated for 2016 United States Senate Youth Program, please stop by the guidance office at the end of 1st period on Thursday! There will be a brief metting in Mrs. Llewellyn's office to explain the program and nomination process. The USSYP is a week long program in March as well as a $5000 scholarship. PLease see Mrs. Llewellyn at the end of 1st period Thursday for details!

Upward Bound

Attention there will be an Upward Bound meeting this Wednesday, Sept. 9 in libray at 7:30. Members please attend.



Student Links

>>Yearbook Purchase
>>Yearbook Registration

>>Allegany ALUMNI Website


WEEKLY ACTIVITIES

MONDAY, September 7 “Labor Day”

Schools & Offices Closed

 

TUESDAY, September 8

Class Ring Presentation in the Auditorium (Sophomores) 8:00 AM

Freshmen Football vs. Fort Hill Home 5:00 PM

JV Football vs. Fort Hill Home 7:00 PM

Volleyball vs. Southern Away 6:00 PM

Golf @ Fore Sisters 1:00 PM

WEDNESDAY, September 9

Braddock Volleyball in the Gymnasium 6:00 PM

THURSDAY, September 10

Yearbook Ad Rush Day

Volleyball vs. Hampshire Home 6:00 PM

Boys’ Soccer vs. Hyndman Away 4:30 PM

Girls’ Soccer vs. Bishop Walsh Away 3:00 PM

FRIDAY, September 11 “Patriot Day (US)”

Scoreboard Ads Due

WVU Representative in the Library 11:00 AM

Varsity Football vs. Chestnut Ridge Away 7:00 PM

SATURDAY, September 12

West Side Hunters on the Football Field 7:00 AM

Boys’ Soccer vs. Bishop Walsh Home 10:00 AM

Cross Country @ Davis & Elkins TBA

Braddock Volleyball in the Gym 11:00 AM

Sunday, September 13, 2015 is National Grandparents Day

Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown


BE ON TIME – BE RESPECTFUL – DO YOUR BEST

 Preparing all students for tomorrow’s challenges – life, college, career

Detention Hall September 8-9 Ms. Sloan

September 10, 14 Mrs. Sloane

 


 

 

Sports

 

Teacher of the Year

 
Mr. Brian White

2015-2016
Allegany Teacher of the Year

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Brian White, National Board Certified Teacher, received his Bachelor of Science Degree from Frostburg State University in 1995.  He teaches AP U.S. History, AP Human Geography, and Historical Research Methods at his alma mater, Allegany High School.  Brian created the Historical Research Methods course, inspiring other state models and receiving national recognition.  He serves as the Assistant Band Director and the Mock Trial coach.  Brian was the recipient of the Maryland History Teacher of the Year Award in 2005, the Maryland International Reading Association Council Print and Media Award in 2007, and was recognized as a Maryland Gifted and Talented Educator of Excellence in 2010.  

 

"I believe that my role as an educator is to be an advocate for my students and make available to them the best learning experience possible.  Most successful educators work in cooperation with each other, as well as with the greater community, resulting in the development of students that can exceed all expectations." - Brian White




 

 


 

 


History of Allegany

Allegany High School was initially a secondary education school held on Maryland Avenue. The school had many different locations including the building on Greene Street, which was used as a combined middle/high school until the spring of 1926. At that time, the building now known as Allegany High School had been completed and was prepared to accept Greene Street’s high school students. Middle school students remained on Greene Street until the school later burned down in 1932. “Camp Hill,” the site of the present day Allegany, was a federal army camp during the Civil War.

The “Camper” mascot is a source of much confusion. Many think the name refers to Campobello, a Shawnee Indian Tribe camp, from which the federal army took their name during the Civil War. This, however, is a misconception. The most widely accepted theory is that Civil War General Lewis Wallace and his men began calling the site that during their time here. The word Campobello in fact does not appear in any Native American language and is derived from Latin, meaning “camp of war”.

Allegany High School, with an enrollment of approximately 800 students, focuses on student achievement and success in all areas of education through a combined effort of students, faculty, staff, home, and community. The class of 2008 marked an important milestone for Allegany: the students were the 120th class to graduate from the long-standing institution.

Vision/Mission Statements

Allegany High School


MISSION STATEMENT

Education must be a cooperative effort involving the student, the teacher, the home, the school, and the community. Recognizing that the student must be the focal point of our education program, we must instill a desire for learning and create a learning environment in which the student can learn and develop according to ability and interest. The curriculum must emphasize life skills, preparation for continuing education, and preparation for employment to enable our students to become responsible citizens and enjoy a productive life. The school must ensure an atmosphere that will promote learning through the cooperative effort of staff, students, family, and community working together.

VISION STATEMENT
Preparing all students for tomorrow’s challenges – life, college, and career