Tuesday MARCH 28, 2023 “B” day
“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language. And next year’s words await another voice.” – T.S. Eliot
*** Please check your Parent Square messages and emails for all further information. ***
Argonaut High’s Great Gatsby Prom Night is on April 29th at the Italian Picnic Grounds! Prom will be from 6-10 PM, and dinner will be served from 6-7. Voting for prom court will begin on April 19th, and the final vote for prom king and queen will take place the night of the dance. Tickets will be sold from April 17th until April 27th, the Thursday before prom. They will be $55 without an ASB card, and $50 with an ASB card. Guest dance forms will be available in the office on April 11th. If you have any songs that you would like played at prom, please fill out the song suggestions google form with the link below or the QR code posted here and around campus. Please note that no explicit songs will be accepted.
● SENIORS, your final CSF applications will be based on your 3rd quarter grades. Please bring your CSF applications and $3 dues to Gough by Wednesday, April 5.
● Christian Club Meeting Thursday at lunch! Mr. Hovey’s room, room 3. We would love to see you there!
● The Jackson Fire Department is currently looking for Volunteers! Need any information on this, please see Ms. Putnam in the Career Center or check the College and Career Google classroom (Code DRGED2U).
Being a volunteer, you will play a vital role in the department and respond to a wide variety of incidents including: emergency medical services, fires, motor vehicle accidents, technical rope and water rescues, and public assistance requests. You will work alongside many different agencies including law enforcement and other fire agencies. Volunteers are required to complete a basic EMT-B or First Responder course which is held during weekday evenings or occasional weekend. To apply, fill out the Application online at ci.jackson.ca.us and return the completed application to Jackson City Hall. You will be contacted and if accepted, you will be interviewed. See Ms. Putnam with your questions!
The time has come! Next week will start your descent into the senior check out process for graduation! During CAASPP testing Seniors will have a late start all week
(I know Mr. Gough gave you all a schedule)- Starting Tuesday there is mandatory meetings for Seniors to attend at 11am in the school gym to receive your senior contract,
please see the schedule below:
Tuesday 3/28/23 Last Names A-E
Wednesday 3/29/23 Last Names F-M
Thursday 3/30/23 Last Names N-Z
This is a mandatory meeting! If for some reason you cannot attend at your designated time you need to see Kim
in the office BEFORE next week to make other arrangements.
CAASPP TESTING SCHEDULES
Bell Schedules 2022-23
School District Calendar 2022-23
2023 Breakfast Menu
2023 Lunch Menu
Happy Birthday: 3/28 Antonio Fuentes, Rylee Huebner
3/28 Today Varsity Tennis vs. Sonora 3 pm @ Argonaut
3/28 Today JV Softball vs. Summerville 4 pm @ Argonaut
3/28 Today Varsity Softball vs. Summerville 4 pm @ Argonaut
3/28 Today Varsity Baseball vs. Summerville 4 pm @ Argonaut
3/28 Today JV Basevall vs. Summerville 4 pm @ Jackson Junior High
SENIOR TIMELINE FOR 2023
How to Enroll
Current District Students: Contact your current school office and ask for a transfer appointment with your counselor.
New District Students: Contact Argonaut High School at 257-7700 to schedule an enrollment appointment.
College & Career
View the latest info on Financial Aid, Scholarships, Career Search resources and much more…
Information for Families
Find forms and other important information here — from Work Permits to Health and Safety Protocols to other district materials. This area is updated as needed so please check back often.
DRAMA WINS BIG – Start of FEBRUARY
On Saturday, February 4, Argonaut Drama competed at the Lenaea Theatre Festival at Folsom Lake College, attended by 62 high schools from across Northern and Central California. In addition to competitions in Solo, Duo, and Musical Theatre, 41 one-acts performed on...
Need Tutoring in Math?
MATH TUTORING is being held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Contact either Mr Lucke or Mr Hovey for Tutoring after school. Mr Chris Lucke - on Wednesdays at 3:30-4:30PM. (room 2) Mr Matt Hovey - on Tuesdays at 3:30-4:30PM (room 3)
ARGONAUT WINTER ATHLETIC PASS 2022-2023
Admission for the 2022-2023 Argonaut Basketball season will be available by PRE-purchase ONLY. *** TICKET PURCHASE WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AT THE GATE ON THE DAY OF THE GAME You can use the QR code on GoFan.co to purchase admission before entry Click: Here is how to...
CONGRATULATIONS to the Girls Golf Team
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ARGONAUT GIRLS GOLF TEAM, They are the 2022 VALLEY FOOTHILL LEAGUE VARSITY GOLF CHAMPIONS!
FREE Breakfast & Lunch 2022-23
Students will be offered FREE breakfast and lunch meals for the 2022-2023 school years! Assembly Bill (AB) 130, the 2021−22 budget trailer bill for K-12 education, established the California Universal Meals Program. Under this program, beginning in the school year...
Join PARENT SQUARE to receive District News
Everyone is encouraged to join Parent Square by adding the App to their phone and check this LINK to understand how to do that. https://amadorcoe.org/familyresources/parentsquare/
- Principal's Corner
- Courage to Complete Scholarship 2023
- Office Staff
- Teaching Staff
- District Calendar
- Athletics Calendar
Welcome to the “Mustang Family”
Argonaut has strong traditions and a school culture that facilitates success for ALL students. Established in 1913 as Jackson Joint Union High School, we used that name until 1983 when we merged with Ione High School to become Argonaut High School. That year we moved near the site of the historic Argonaut Mine, featured in the book “47 Down,” and have been there ever since.
We are a small comprehensive public high school with just over 550 students and 25 teachers. Our distinct geographic location situated in the center of the historic Mother Lode of Amador County has picturesque views in every direction. We are known for our supportive community that provides an overwhelming amount of encouragement for our students and school. We are “small but mighty,” and excited to share our academics, culture and programs that make us uniquely distinguished with ALL students that attend.
The Argonaut High School Mustang family strives to create a positive and supportive environment in which ALL are challenged and inspired to achieve their full potential. Students are expected to have the Courage to Compete in everything they do in school and life while remaining Respectful, Responsible and Resilient citizens. With the facilitation of our talented and compassionate faculty and staff, our students receive an individualized world-class education matched by few in our state.
Welcome to Mustang Mountain!
Principal, Argonaut High School
COURAGE TO COMPETE Scholarship 2023
The Courage to Compete Award is the most distinguished all-around award given to graduating seniors who have been outstanding members of the Argonaut High School community. Seniors are given the opportunity to earn this prestigious award for their overall achievements in their high school career. The number of recipients will vary each year depending on the number of qualified applicants. There is no minimum or maximum number of awards given in any year. All students selected to receive this award will be announced at Senior Awards Night in May and again at Graduation where they will receive a medal at the ceremony by a teacher of their choice. There may be a monetary and gift award. If you do not submit this application by the deadline, we will assume you are not interested. There are no deadline extensions for the Courage to Compete award. Thanks for having the Courage to Compete for this award!
DEADLINE IS IN MAY 2023
Argonaut High School
Below will be the application in PDF. Click on it to get your copy.
Fill it out and email it to Megan Eckhart at the front office or HAND IT IN by MAY 2023
The Courage To Compete Application 2023
|Mrs Megan Eckhart||Administrative Assistantfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7741|
|Mrs. Jazmin Haedrich||Vice Principalemail@example.com||(209) 257-7700|
|Mr. Troy Gassaway||Principalfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7741|
|Ms. Kim Hernandez||Bookkeepingemail@example.com||(209) 257-7742|
|Ms Brooke Moore||Attendance Clerkfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7745|
|Mr. Monty Wright||Maintenance||Monty.email@example.com|
|Ms. Laura Larsen||Registrarfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7751|
|Mr. Grant Kopecki||Night Custodianemail@example.com|
|Garrett Gray||Campus Supervisorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Chris Marrama||Night Custodianemail@example.com|
The roster below can be searched by teacher name or course title. Enter your search words and click the magnifying glass.
The email address will open most email programs ready to send your message. You may also copy & paste the email address into your desired email program.
|Ms. Michaelynn Angiefirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7770||Study Skills|
|Mr. Jared Carsonemail@example.com||(209) 257-7704||AP US Gov / AP World History / World History CP|
|Mrs. Shannon Clarkfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7717||Biology / AP Biology|
|Ms. Valerie Davidsonemail@example.com||(209) 257-7725||Studio Art 1, 2, 3|
|Mr. Rick Davisfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7765||Strength & Conditioning / Conditioning|
|Mr. Cameron Dugganemail@example.com||(209) 257-7708||English 12CP / AP English Lit & Comp / English 10SCP / Creative Writing|
|Mr. Chris Fentonfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7723||US Gov/Econ / CA History / AP Psychology|
|Mrs. Teresa Floydemail@example.com||(209) 257-7714||English 9CP / English 11CP / Edgenuity|
|Michael Garciafirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7720||Culinary Fundamentals / Catering & Event / International Cuisine|
|Mr. Matt Goughemail@example.com||(209) 257-7707||English 9CP / English SCP / AP Human Geography / AP Eng Lang Comp / Data/MTSS|
|Kathy Hamiltonfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7701||Math, Personal Finance|
|Kevin Harlowemail@example.com||(209) 257-7728||History, English, Study Skills|
|Mrs. Tracy Hinmanfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7724||Resource|
|Mr. Matt Hoveyemail@example.com||(209) 257-7703||Math|
|Mr. Scott Hunkinsfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7705||Elem School Aide / Human Physiology / ASB Release / Student Gov/Leadership / Ath Mgt / 21st Work Experience|
|Anne Jeffriesemail@example.com||(209) 257-7716||Resource|
|Mr. Matt Kingfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7721||Adv Game Design: 3D Modeling & Animation / Video Production & Broadcast Journalism / Introduction to Computer Science / Computer Programming & Game Design|
|Nicole Lamicaemail@example.com||(209) 257-7713||Resource|
|Mr. Erik Lucasfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7718||Chemistry CP / Integrated Earth Science / AP Physics I|
|Mr. Chris Luckeemail@example.com||(209) 257-7702||AP Statistics / Algebra 1CP / Algebra 2 CP / AP Calculus|
|Anika Neeleyfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7726||FFA Science|
|Laura Peashaemail@example.com||(209) 257-7768||Physical Education|
|Mrs. Laura Talliafirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7710||English 10CP / Spanish 4 / Spanish 3 CP / Yearbook / English Lang Development|
|Sra Elisa Teelemail@example.com||(209) 257-7711||Spanish 1 CP / Spanish 2 CP|
|Andrew Stevensfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7705||History|
|Mrs. Katie Varniemail@example.com||(209) 257-7722||Health / Dual Enrollment / AVID 9 / AVID 11|
|Mr. Sargon Youseffirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7715||English 12, Alg Concepts A & B, Cons Math, Study Skills|
|Taylor Wenskeemail@example.com||(209) 257-7758||Intervention/AVID/English 10|
|Kristina Woolseyfirstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7725||FFA, Ag Science|
|Ms. Sonya Castoe||Library Media Clerkemail@example.com||(209) 257-7746|
|Ms. Melinda Green||Paraprofessionalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Heather McFarling||Paraprofessionalemail@example.com||(209) 257-7735|
|Michelle Joyce||Paraprofessional||Michelle.firstname.lastname@example.org||(209) 257-7734|