February 26, 2022
Dear Osprey Families,

We appreciate our school community’s ongoing support as we near the two-year mark of COVID-19’s impacts on our lives. The AHS Board met this morning and they have determined that masking shall become recommended, but no longer required, for students, staff and visitors, effective Monday, February 28.

We are supportive of those who choose to continue to wear masks at school and we strongly encourage face coverings during periods of moderate to high transmission in our community.

Students and staff will be required to continue to mask in the following circumstances:
  • When riding on buses, as per federal order
  • When electing for a shortened isolation after testing positive or shortened quarantine after known exposure to COVID-19; the individual may return to school on day 6 with a well-fitting mask

Please note that mask requirements may change in the future in accordance with Public Health Advisories or Executive Orders.

Enjoy the weekend and we look forward to seeing you on Monday!
Upcoming Events

Open House for Prospective Families: Mon. 2/28, 5:30-6:30pm at AHS

Fall 2022 Enrollment Lottery: Tues. 3/1

Humanities 10 Model UN Exhibition (10th grade): Mon. 2/28 (morning pod) and Tues. 3/1 (afternoon pod), 9:20am-1:40pm at AHS

Junior College Night (11th grade): Wed. 3/2, 5:30-6:30pm at AHS

Sophomore Inspire Week (10th grade): Mon. 3/7 through Fri. 3/11

Online Information Session for Prospective Families: Tues. 3/8, 5:30-6:30pm via meet.google.com/gdy-jdsp-hvg

Student-Led Conferences (9th through 11th grades): Tues. 3/15, 4-6pm

Spring Break: Mon. 3/21 through Fri. 3/25

Professional Development Day (no classes): Mon. 3/28
Animas High School prepares all students for college and postsecondary success by creating critical thinkers and engaged citizens through an innovative, student-centered, project-based curriculum. We accomplish this through:
Rigorous academics, where all students are prepared for college success
Culture of excellence, where students are held to high expectations
Strong student-faculty relationships, where students are well known.
Engaging learning, where students see the relevance in their education