TEEX will be conducting two sessions of the Cyber Innovation Camp this summer. During the camp, students will use Raspberry Pi computers to learn Python programming language, explore electronics, sensors, engineering and cybersecurity. Lunch and snacks will be provided, and students get to keep their Raspberry Pi computers and sensor/electronics kits at the end of the camp.
Who: You, me, EVERYBODY!
When: April 23 – 27
Where: Any door coming into school before school each day
What to bring: Bring non-perishable foods, cans or money
The SkillsUSA Information Technology classes have teamed up with the Bryan College Station CVB Sports and Events to bring you an area wide eSport video game tournament. The event will take place on May 4th and May 5th at the Brazos County Expo Center. For more information, please visit, http://www.amchsgamewars.com/ or see the attached flyer.
The following Lady Tigers competed at the 17-18 5A Area Track meet in Whitehouse April 19th and have qualified for the 5A-Region 3 Track Meet to be held in Humble, April 27-28th.
Mara Johnston 3200m 4th 12:58
Elizabeth Derbes High Jump 3rd 5'0"
Makenna Calliham Pole Vault 3rd 11'6"
Patricia Barnes 200m 1st 25.31 and 400m 2nd 58.9
Mya Jackson 400m 4th 1:01.7
Abby Ross 800m 4th 2:30.56
Freshman Henning Schade and Sophomore Joey Tindall Qualify for State in Boys Doubles!!! Henning/Joey were the 4 seed in the tournament and Upset the favorite Lindale 7-5, 5-7, 6-4 in the Semi Finals.
AMCHS FCCLA chapter will host "Story TIme" in our high school library on Saturday, May 12 from 10:00 am - 12:00 noon. FCCLA members will read books dressed in character and also provide some creative arts and crafts to go along with the stories. Please bring your little ones and invite friends!
A&M Consolidated High School Varsity Women's Choir and Varsity Men 's Choir both competed in TMEA Region 8 UIL Choir Concert and Sight Reading Contest on 4/19. Both the AMCHS Men's and Women's Choirs earned a Sweepstakes (Superior Rating) at contest which equates to perfect scores from all judges.
AMCHS students competed at the Regional Academic meet this weekend and now 8 students are headed to state in 6 different events! In addition, our students secured the 2nd Place Sweepstakes award in both overall academics and for the Speech team.
Sixty-Three students from AMCHS traveled to Corpus Christi, TX from April 5th – April 8th to compete in the SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skills Conference. The students participated in four days of Leadership and Hands-on Skilled competitions. In addition to the contest, Alex Hilty was elected to the State office and will represent AMCHS as SkillsUSA Texas State Officers for the 2018-2019 school year. The SkillsUSA state event held over 9,500 students and advisors in attendance and also was host to hundreds of Business and Industry volunteers in from all over the nation. AMCHS students competed in 27 events and dominated in almost all categories. 14 students in 6 contests and district leadership qualified to travel to Louisville, KY to compete at the National SkillsUSA Skills and Leadership Conference in June.
Take a look at some great data about A&M Consolidated High School.