SAHS staff member honored by United States Navy
College and Career Center Specialist Amy Carr was honored by the United States Navy. Carr was presented with the Impact Influencer Award by Region Deputy Commodore Capt. David Webber (SAHS Class of 1991) along with several other Navy representatives.
The award highlights Carr’s work as a liaison between students and the military, colleges and employers. She sets up classroom presentations and visits, college and career fairs and the community scholarship program.
“Trust, passion, dedication & knowledge are just some of the values needed to make a connection with students,” said Cdr. John Allen. “It is the push you provide for them to believe in themselves, that leaves an everlasting influence on their future successes.”
Cdr. Allen said without Carr’s day-to-day support it would be impossible for the Navy to reach out to the best and brightest students at SAHS.
In Other News
Tuesday, Nov. 2 is the first professional development day of the school year. Learn what our teachers will be doing while kids are out of school!
The move to PowerSchool has been messy and downright difficult for many families and staff. Learn why we've made these changes and how you can get help!
Students in grades 5, 8, 9 and 11 will be invited to participate in the Minnesota Student Survey this winter.
During the first ever College and Career Game Day at SAHS, juniors and seniors spent time thinking about their "game plan" after high school.
Children sent home sick during the day or those who have been identified as a close contact of someone with COVID are offered a free testing kit to take home.
We've been hit hard by supply chain issues this week. Families should expect numerous menu changes in the coming days.
Carr was presented with the Impact Influencer Award by Region Deputy Commodore Capt. David Webber (SAHS Class of 1991) along with several other Navy representatives.
Brian Luke has led the Ponies to dozens of championships while leading nearly 200 All-Americans.