Daily Bulletin




There will be NO FIFTH BLOCK for the rest of January! Please follow the regular schedule for these days.


If you are interested in attending the Martin Luther King Day breakfast at Normandy Farms, please see Mr. Stanton TODAY in the Athletic Office.


The Arrowhead has relaunched its online newspaper website. Go to thearrowheadonline.com to check out this year’s October and December issues and read all about the network disruption, Lunch and Learn, Winter Workshop, football, and more. See photos from the Polar Plunge, the Veteran’s Day Brunch, cross country, and more. Look for The Arrowhead’s first print edition of the year in mid to late February. Read The Arrowhead, the voice of the student body!


FBLA is hosting a rose sale. Costs are $2 per rose, or $15 for a dozen. Pick up a pre-order form at the school store in the cafeteria. Forms are due by Friday, January 31st.


9th and 10th grade students - Link Crew will be sponsoring Cocoa and Cram, a final exam study session, after school on Tuesday, January 21st in the cafeteria from 3-5PM.  

Bring your final exam study guides and class materials to the study session.  We will have free hot chocolate. Snacks will be available for purchase through the school cafeteria.


Anime and Manga Club will NOT meet on Tuesday, January 21st.


Creative Writing club meeting after school on Tuesday, January 21st in Room A302, Ms. Brand's room. All creative writers welcome.


Attention book lovers! The SAHS Book Club is currently reading the classic, “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott. This beloved novel describes the domestic adventures of a New England family of modest means but optimistic outlook and has been made into a film currently in theaters! Read the book and come to our meeting on Friday, January 24th from 3-4PM in Room A331 for snacks and discussion! See Mrs. Wilson for more information.


The 2nd Annual NAACP Ambler Branch Youth Committee Black History Month “Race & Equity” Essay Contest is open to all our students. The topic is: “When referring to race & equity in America, how can you advocate for yourself and others in your community?” There is a $150 prize. If interested, pick up information in the main office. There is a 500 word maximum. Deadline for responses: Friday, January 31st.


Biotech and Allied Health applications are due by Thursday, February 13th. Any student in need of an application can pick one up in the guidance office. Any questions, see your counselor.


The students in A108 Autistic Support have been working hard creating Autism Awareness keychains. Keychains will be sold for $2 to students, and by donation to staff. Stop by Room A108 to pick out your handmade keychain to support our students. Contact Miss Bevil with any questions.


The Video Game Design and Development Club will meet on Mondays after school in Room A123 until 5PM.  All interested are invited to drop by and/or email Mr. Deitsch.


The Art and Soul Fest sign-up links will be open all this week for volunteers, artists and performers. See our Instagram link to sign up, or use the QR codes on posters hung around the building. Sign up now if you want to be a part of the event in March!




Attention College-Bound Seniors: Scholarships are coming in. Be sure to check out the Scholarship section on Naviance. Specific details and requirements will be listed under each scholarship listing. There are many criteria for scholarships, so even if you think you may not qualify for a scholarship, check it out anyway, you may be surprised.  Some are based on your career path and others are based on character and leadership qualities. Any questions, come to Guidance. 



Girls Basketball lost to North Penn

Boys Basketball beat North Penn 45-43


Girls Winter Track meet @ Lehigh University 6:30


Boys Winter Track meet @ Haverford 8:00

Girls Basketball @ Hatboro-Horsham 11:00