Horse Race

  • Happy Birthday today to Austin Bates. 

  • Football Parent Meeting at 6 pm

  • Math & Writing Center will be closed all this week. If you are required to stay for study hall you will need to be with your study hall teacher. If you are not required to stay for study hall but are staying in the building, you should be in the cafeteria 8th hour.

  • Freshmen Fundraiser Deliver: The freshmen cookie dough fundraiser will be delivered on Thursday at the beginning of 8th hour.  Please make arrangements to have your order picked up if for some reason you will not be here. Also, please make sure your items get delivered in a timely manner.

  • Drivers Ed: Students turning 16 this summer or students that still need to drive with a drivers ed instructor, please check your emails for a message from Mr. Kirby. Mr. Kirby would like to meet with you during SH, next Thursday 5/11. 

  • Post-Prom Attendees:

    • A reminder 

      • Student permission slips must be turned in for admission into Post Prom.  Deadline is TOMORROW, Wednesday the 3rd!

      • Students need to arrive at ALAH between 11:30pm and 11:45pm for check-in.  If students arrive late they will not be allowed to enter. Your parents/guardian will be notified by phone that  you did not arrive by the designated time (or at all.)

      • Post Prom will be held at the CRCE center on the University of Illinois campus.  The CRCE activities available: Basketball, volleyball, badminton, pickleball, swimming.  Bring appropriate clothing for the activities you plan to do.

      • We are also welcoming Hypnotist Matt Grisham

      • We will depart CRCE around 4am and upon return to Arthur you will be dismissed to return home.

  • Seniors: Cap & Gowns were delivered. If you were not able to pick yours up, please come to the office. When you get home please try on the gown and the cap to make sure that both fit. Please hang your gown up after you try it on. The gown can be steamed to get the wrinkles out but DO NOT use an iron.

  • On This Day: in 1952 the Kentucky Derby, the most prestigious American horse race, was televised nationally in the United States for the first time; the winning horse was Hill Gail, ridden by jockey Eddie Arcaro.

Thursday, May 4, 2023

  • Bass Fishing Sectionals @ Lake Shelbyville 

Friday, May 5, 2023


  • Track @ LPC Meet (Arthur) 2:00pm 

  • Softball vs Casey-Westfield 4:30pm 

Saturday, May 6, 2023

Prom @ Penn Station 7:00pm