Homecoming Festivities at Crooms AoIT

12/06/2013 2:30 pm
12/06/2013 9:00 pm

The Crooms AoIT Alumni Association, Inc. will cover your ticket cost if you RSVP on our site by November 26th. To RSVP, login to your Alumni Association user account, visit this page, and RSVP at the bottom.

It's Homecoming time at Crooms Academy of Information Technology and you're invited to take part. The fun starts at 2:30PM on Friday, December 6th at Crooms Academy of Information Technology. You can cheer YOUR Crooms AoIT Panthers to victory as four different games occur at home on one day! Tailgating begins at 2:30PM in the faculty parking lot and will run through 5:30PM; hot dogs and hamburgers will be cooked up by Coach Perkins. After you get a full serving of food, be sure to check out the following roster of home games:

Boys Soccer vs. Circle Christian 4:00PM
JV Boys Basketball vs. Agape Christian 4:30PM
Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Agape Christian 5:30PM
Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Agape Christian 7:30PM

Admission is $6.00 and covers entrance to all four games and food at the tailgate. The Crooms AoIT Alumni Association, Inc. will cover your ticket cost if you RSVP on our site by November 26th. To RSVP, login to your Alumni Association user account, visit this page, and RSVP at the bottom.

Cannot show enough support by attending the games? You can also show your Orange and Maroon pride by becoming a member of the Crooms AoIT Alumni Association. Visit www.croomsalumni.com/join to learn more.

Crooms AoIT Boys Bowling Team Places 4th at 2013 FHSAA Districts; Mark Briggs Places 1st!

The Crooms AoIT boys bowling team re-kindled the bowling magic this year and had an outstanding showing at the FHSAA District 7 Bowling Tournament at the end of October. Overall, the team placed 4th in the competition. Freshman Mark Briggs bowled a 607 series to become the district champion, allowing him to advance to the state championship. At state competition this past week, Mark tied for 130th out of over 200 bowlers with a series of 658. With such a strong showing as a freshman, we're sure Mark has a bright bowling future head of him.

According to our not-so-illustrious one-man panel of Crooms AoIT sports historians, Mark is Crooms AoIT's first district champion in bowling and only the third male bowler to advance to state competition. Andrew Hennes, Class of 2006, advanced as a senior while Class of 2011 grad Andrew Figueroa advanced as a sophomore.

Congratulations to all of our Crooms AoIT bowlers on a job well done. You can also read about the Crooms AoIT's swim team's performance this year here. The end of the bowling state series also marks the end of the Fall season for Crooms AoIT. To round out the rest of the season: this year, girls volleyball and our cross country teams were independent (not subject to tournament competition), while our boys golf team competed in district competition.

Congratulations Crooms Swim Team for Advancing to Regionals!

Congratulations to the Crooms Swim Team for advancing on from District to Regional competition. Christian Coates, Jacob Coates, Chris Rodriguez, Thomas Cragan, and Morgan Toms competed at the Class 1A, Region 2 competition this Saturday at Lake Highland. Morgan placed 15th in regional competition in the girls 100 yard freestyle with a final time of 1:00.34. Christian Coates, Jacob Coates, Chris Rodriguez, and Thomas Cragan all competed in the boys 200 yard freestyle relay and placed 15th in regional competition with a final time of 2:02.68. The boys advanced to regional competition by placing 4th at district competition with a time of 1:54.42.

Congratulation to all of Crooms AoIT swimmers for their excellent performances, particularly those that were able to compete this weekend at the regional competition. This is the first year Crooms swimmers advanced to regional competition after only the two years of Crooms having a team eligible to compete in district competition!

Crooms Physical Education Department Receives $250 Grant from Crooms AoIT Alumni Association

This week the Crooms AoIT Alumni Association, Inc. is proud to announce that we are donating $250 to Crooms Academy of Information Technology’s Physical Education Department. The grant will be used to support the sports teams and other areas of the athletic program through the purchase of cones, flag belts, and other equipment. This money comes from a previously established multi-year grant and no membership funds are involved. If you would like to learn more about the donation, or would like to learn how you can support athletics at Crooms AoIT, please contact scholarship@croomsalumni.com.

Are You Interested in Becoming a Substitute Teacher at Crooms AOIT?

If you are interested in becoming a Substitute Teacher at Crooms AOIT please call Mrs. Blaine at (407)320-5755.

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