The USDA is allowing Amherst Schools to offer onCampus students breakfast and lunch at no cost to families from September 23, 2020 until the USDA funds run out. Please review for more information!
FREE Sports Physicals at The Center For Orthopedics
The FREE Sports Physical Event that was scheduled for June 12th was postponed due to CoVID concerns. The event will look different this year, but they are excited to still offer this free service! Click Here for a flyer containing details on this event. FREE physicals by appointment only through Center 4 Orthopedics.eventbrite.com
Prior to going to get your new athletic physical, please print the official OHSAA PPE paperwork from the AJH Athletics Webpage. (https://resources.finalsite.
Athletic physicals are good for 13 months from the date of your previous test.
OHSAA UPDATE: Fall Eligibility and Athletic Physicals
On May 29, 2020, OHSAA announced the following regarding Fall 2020 Academic Eligibility and Athletic Physicals will remain active for 13 months. Here’s the OHSAA’s announcements on these two items:
Fall Scholarship Eligibility: Due to the wide-range of academic grades being given for classwork during the final grading period, all students entering grades 7-12 will be eligible for 2020 fall sports insofar as academic eligibility is concerned.
PPE/Athletic Physicals: The following has been recommended by the OHSAA’s Joint Advisory Committee on Sports Medicine:
1. Continue with the requirement for an annual Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation (PPE) – every 13 months – for all 7-12 grade students.
2. Recommend strongly discouraging the use of mass physicals for this upcoming school year for the benefit of public health and to recommend all students receive a PPE in a private setting.
3. Strongly recommend that the physical exam be done at a medical home.
4. Allow a student who has had a PPE within the last year to conduct his/her 2020-21 PPE in person or via telehealth as long as the usual forms are filled out, signed and in the provider’s hands prior to the visit.
All students who intend to try out for extra-curricular athletics must have a current OHSAA physical on file prior to trying out. Physical packets can be downloaded from this page or picked up in the AJH office.
ATTENTION: If you would like to tryout for 7th and 8th grade Cheer at AJH, please register at the link below. The deadline to register is July 12th. Emails will be sent out with further instructions after everyone has registered.
Cheer Tryouts will be August 3rd-7th. Email email@example.com with any questions.
If you are interested in playing 7th and 8th Grade Volleyball this fall, please fill out this Google Form. More information will go out the week of July 6th.
Cross Country is a fall sport but it begins on Thursday, August 1st! Please review the AJH Cross Country Information document for information about the coaches, practices, and fun runs. For more information about cross country, please go to runamherst.com or the AJH Cross Country website at bit.ly/AJHcrosscountry. Text the message @ajhcros to the number 81010 to join the cross country “Remind.”
New - Senate Bill 252 - Lindsay's Law
In accordance with Senate Bill 252 (Lindsay's Law), the Ohio Department of Health, the Ohio Department of Education, the Ohio High School Athletic Association, the Ohio Chapter of the American College of Cardiology and other stakeholders jointly developed guidelines and other relevant materials to inform and educate students and youth athletes participating in or desiring to participate in an athletic activity, their parents, and their coaches about the nature and warning signs of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). Below are links to the required video, information sheet, and parent/student signature form:
Please review this Lorain County Public Health Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document for Lorain County Schools.
The September 19th ACT test at Amherst Junior High School is cancelled. Examinees that signed up for this test date should check their email for more information and instructions.
The Amherst Exempted Village School District is launching a Technology Family Support website to assist eCampus and onCampus parents and students with everything related to the digital world of education!
The Amherst vs. North Ridgeville Football game tonight will be broadcasted LIVE on the Amherst Exempted Village Schools YouTube Channel. Good luck Comets!!
Please review the "Check Your Symptoms at Home" video from Lorain County Public Health!