To the Amherst Central Schools Community,
Thank you for making the “Show us Your Stripes” event held on October 11th at Northtown Lexus an incredible success!
And thank you to our wonderful sponsors who made the event possible.
The Amherst Central Alumni Foundation, Inc.
Read Amherst Bee article on the event—>
Consider donating to the Amherst Appeal—>
Now you can have the Amherst Central High School building and all it’s halls of memories beautifully preserved in these Limited Edition Digital Watercolor Prints!
Want to find out more?
You can view the prints and place your order at the link below.
If you want to receive by Christmas, have your order in no later than 11/26.
Here is the link—>
The first batch of seat dedications will be installed by the end of the year. You still have time to be one of the first people to have a seat dedicated. Our cutoff date for dedications is 11/01/2014.
The money raised will go Alumni Foundation’s Amherst Appeal.
To dedicate a seat, follow the below link and download order form.
At Amherst Central High School’s Fall Concert last night, the music department took the opportunity to pay tribute to Canada the day after the tragic shooting in Ottawa.
(by KEATON T. DEPRIEST Associate Editor) The Amherst Central Board of Education was recently seeking a way for people to make charitable contributions to benefit the district.
With the direction of the School Board and through the assistance of the Amherst Central Alumni Foundation, the Amherst Alternative Funding Sources Committee was created.
The committee, which comprises residents, business leaders, district staff members, parents of students, and alumni, makes cases to support the specific needs of the district.
Sarah Carney, a member of the committee and coordinator of the Amherst Appeal — a campaign that seeks funding and in-kind donations from the community — said the goal is to have a significant financial impact on the district, which ultimately will positively affect the students.
Read full story on Amherst Bee—>