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The 2017 AMW Fall Talent Show featured some of the most amazing singers, rappers, musicians, and dancers.  Congratulations to our 1st place performance which featured a crowd-pleasing dance by Danasty Austin and Keyonna Smallie. Our 2nd place winners were Christian Little with his rendition of Rihanna's Stay and a very entertaining and creative dance performance by Jada Hollman. Our 3rd place winner was a "sauced up" rap performance by Michael Hamilton.  Congrats to all our winners and participants!


First Place Winners

Keyonna Smallie





Second Place Winners (Tie)

Jada Hollman


Christian Little


Third Place Winner

Michael Hamilton


The 15 Magnificent Years Tour led by Mr. Ralph Mason blessed AMW with a surprise motivational rally. The entire AMW family was entertained by Mr. Mason and a live band. AMW students and staff also got in on the act with vocal performances.




Scenes from A Jaguar Holiday, AMW's 2017 Christmas Program, produced by Mr. Keishaun Powell and the AMW Faculty, Staff, and Student Body.

Congratulations to our H.E.R.O.s of the first quarter for the 2017-2018 school year. The H.E.R.O.s of AMW are Here, Everyday, Ready, & On Time. An amazing celebration was held at Incredible Pizza. Students and chaperones enjoyed an evening of FUN, FOOD, AND MORE FUN!

Congratulations to all our Jaguars who received Distinguished Honor Roll, Honor Roll, and Citizenship Awards!!!

Special thanks to our guest speaker for sharing words of encouragement with the AMW student body.

Coach Curtis and A. Maceo Walker Middle School had the distinct honor of having Geretta Hollins, from The Shelby County Health Department, visit his PE/Health Classes and share her presentation about Personal Hygiene. She presented her PowerPoint which covered everything from proper oral hygiene to proper skin care. She also gifted each student in the classes with their own individual hand sanitizers and personal hygiene checklist to take home. The presentation was very informative and we look forward to having Ms. Hollins back again here at The Home of The Jaguars. Thank You for taking time out of your day to educate our students on this very important topic.

During the month of November, the ladies of CHOICE enjoyed a field trip to the University Of Memphis. The ladies toured the campus, learned about the requirements for admission to the University, explored residence life, and dined in one of the campus cafeterias.


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On October 25, AMW showed our true colors when it comes to bullying. We came together to send a message of support, hope, and unity against bullying and united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion.

On October 20, AMW experienced Jaguar Madness-the launch of the 2017-2018 Basketball Season. This event included performances by the AMW Drumline and the Jazzi Jags. The cheerleaders provide encouragement for our Junior Varsity Jaguars, our Lady Jaguars, and our Varsity Jaguars. Shout out to Coach Robertson for spearheading this tremendous event. Congrats to Donnell Frazier on winning the 3-point shot competition and our half-court shot makers-Myron Pegues, Mikkal Stewart, & Ricky Wilson.

3-Point Contest Winners

1st Place-Donnell Frazier

2nd Place- KeShaun Curry


Welcome to AMW's newest mentoring organization. C.H.O.I.C.E. is a youth initiative that will show young ladies how to improve their lives through education, conflict resolution, and outreach. The sponsors of this amazing group are Mrs. Spencer, Ms. Jack, Mrs. Hannah, and Mr. Underwood.

       Shout out to all the dads and male role models who came to Donuts For Dads on October 18 to support AMW students. They received important Title I information. They also brainstormed ideas on how they can help make the AMW campus even better.


On September 25, the AMW Jaguars celebrated their 2017 Football Homecoming. Check out the video below to see the highlights.

On September 23, faculty and staff of AMW along with other Shelby County Schools participated in the St. Jude Walk/Run to End Childhood Cancer. This initiative helped to raise over $770,000.

Thanks to all the beautiful moms, grandmas, aunts, and friends who came out on September 20 for Muffins For Moms.  Those who attended enjoyed delicious refreshments and received important Title I information.


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