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ASMS School Loop

Due to the demands and responsibilities of their teaching positions, teachers may or may not use School Loop. Those teachers using School Loop will update grades and/or post assignments at their discretion. Please contact teachers if you have questions about current grades.  

Our web site is designed to help you keep track of your child’s classes and assignments, communicate with your child’s teachers, and participate in your school community.  

Health: Facts and Information


Random Acts of Kindness/ Pay It Forward

"Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you"  - Princess Diana

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Straight from the Eagle's Nest


The only way to know how far you can go in to spread your wings and just fly.


Soar without fear like the EAGLE!

Attention: Upcoming Construction on Santa Teresa near ASMS

Welcome to Ascencion Solorsano Middle School


YEARBOOKS!!   Order forms on school loop & in the office.

Pre-order your ASMS Yearbook for only 50.00!

Order by May 13, 2016.

Pre-order the yearbook here



You're invited!

El Excentrico Exhibit in Gilroy

See here for times and locations


“SPRINGCHELLA”! Santa Clara County Office of Education is excited to partner with the Boys and Girls Club and the Santa Clara County Public Health Department to provide an opportunity exclusively ...more


Details and opt-out information regarding the “Morgan Hill Concerned Parents Association and the Concerned Parent Association v. California Department of Education” lawsuit: click here to be taken to the GUSD website for more information


Detalles e información de optar por no participar referente a la demanda "Padres Interesados de Morgan Hill y la Asociación de Padres Interesados v. al Departamento de Educación de California":haga clic aquí para ir a la página web para más información GUSD

Let's Meditate

Board of Education President's Letter

Please read the letter from BOE President, Fred Tovar, here



Santa Clara County Office of Education is excited to partner with the Boys and Girls Club and the Santa Clara County Public Health Department to provide an opportunity exclusively for middle and high school students on May 14, 2016.   We will be hosting our first annual Youth to Youth Conference, “SPRINGCHELLA”!  SPRINGCHELLA is a middle school conference open to all 6th, 7th and 8th grade students in Santa Clara County.  This conference will be a unique experience for students to gain leadership skills, strengthen their choice to be drug-free, meet other students making the same healthy choices, and experience fun without the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs!  Please feel free to share the attached flyer and the link below with middle school students. 

Middle School Student Registration Link:

Volunteer Opportunity for High School Students:  

An important part of this conference is the leadership of high school (sophomores and above) drug-free role models to serve as Youth Leaders.  It is so important for the middle school students to see high school students as drug-free role models!  Youth Leaders are responsible for helping run small groups, putting on a skits presentation, and being positive role models to the 6th, 7th, and 8th graders.  If you know of a student who may be interested in this great leadership opportunity and is making the choice to NOT use tobacco, alcohol and other drugs, please encourage them to apply to be a leader at SPRINGCHELLA.  Selected students will have to attend a preconference training on May 13, 2016.  (Community hours are available) 

High School Youth Leader Application Link:

Volunteer Opportunity for Adults:

We will also have adult volunteer opportunities to support with supervision, leading/co-leading workshops and small groups.  If you are interested in being part of this event please contact Myrna Zendejas at

You are our biggest advocates!  We are really calling on you to assist us in making sure this conference is a success. Any help you can lend us in our recruitment efforts among middle and high school students is greatly appreciated!  


Donations for Black Light Rentals $40 each approx 4-5 will be needed. Please make checks payable to ASMS Parent Club and put "Lights" in Memo

$$ Gift cards for Hobby Lobby/Michael's for supplies.

$$ Costco/Grocery Store Gift cards for supplies.

$40 Check donation for balloonsDona

Gift Cards in $5 - $10 - $15 increments for giveaways to students to any local favorites i.e.

Jamba Juice, Yogh-Art, Starbucks, iTunes, Gamestop etc.

Cash/Check donations appreciated for supplies/food. If there is something you want us to buy with the money specifically please place it in the Memo section.

Blue Painters tape (8 Rolls) 

Glow Sticks 200

Glow in the Dark Walkway Dust 4 Jars

Rolkem Super Golden Glow Dust - Edible for baking 3-5 Jars Available at

Edible Glitter 3-5 Jars available locally and at link above

Glow in the dark/neon markers - 40 Assorted Colors

Bottled Water - SMALL SIZES

Can be dropped in main office anytime.

Packaged snack items can be dropped in main office anytime. Preferably non-sticky snacks (increase our clean-up time after dance). 

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