Here are the ES breakfast and lunch menus for March! No school for students March 18-22 for spring break or March 25-29 for intersession.
2 days ago, Arkansas Arts Academy
All are welcome for our Movement is Freedom celebration next week at AAA Elementary, showcasing dance works by our 5th- and 6th-grade students! Please see the information below for the time and location.
3 days ago, Arkansas Arts Academy
movement is freedom flyer
Our furry friend ESPN visited some classes today and brought her sweet, calm presence with her. Thank you, Roo and ESPN!
3 days ago, Katie Milligan
Chris, Astrid
Roo's World still has openings for Spring Intersession 2024! Please see the information below to enroll.
5 days ago, Arkansas Arts Academy
Check out this week's edition of The ARTicle!
5 days ago, AAA High School
Join us for a spectacular performance at Arkansas Arts Academy's Elementary School on March 15th! Featuring the 2nd Grade with a special Kindergarten Opening Act that's sure to steal your hearts! Mark your calendars! The performance will take place right after the Rise and Shine Assembly. We're also seeking enthusiastic volunteers. Check out the sign-up link for volunteer opportunities if you'd like to participate in the behind-the-scenes action.
8 days ago, Amy Kessler
Mark your calendars and prepare for a magical evening of laughter and wizardry as the Arkansas Arts Academy proudly presents the upcoming play, "Puffs"! This whimsical production is set to enchant audiences on February 27th, 28th, and 29th at 6:30 PM. Tickets are available on mypayments plus or the AAA Eventbrite Page. Tickets will also be sold at the door, but you are encouraged to buy your tickets early to avoid the rush.
9 days ago, Amy Kessler
Congratulations to AAA staff of the month honored at the February board meeting. Cristiane Stephenson for Elementary and Darla Sullivan for High School. Thank you both for your amazing work at AAA. We are so glad you are a part of our team.
12 days ago, Arkansas Arts Academy
Arkansas Arts Academy School Board approved an updated school calendar due to the recent snow days. AAA will make up 6 snow days on: February 19, March 1 and May 28-31, 2024. If AAA has additional snow days, more calendar changes will be made at that point.
16 days ago, Arkansas Arts Academy
Register now for 2024-2025 school year!
17 days ago, Arkansas Arts Academy
Elementary students kicked off Random Acts of Kindness Week with Hats Off to Kindness and donating a dollar to the Northwest Arkansas Children's Shelter.
17 days ago, Katie Milligan
The elementary campus received a visit today from ESPN! ESPN is a double doodle that is trained as a therapy and service dog. ESPN and her human, Roo, will be visiting our campus every Tuesday to bring ESPN's calming presence to our staff and kiddos.
17 days ago, Katie Milligan
ES tiny lost and found: Please email Nurse Katie at if you recognize any items.
18 days ago, Katie Milligan
Great offerings for AAA students from Roo's World for Spring Intersession 2024.
19 days ago, Amy Kessler
The ARTicle 2/12 through 2/16
19 days ago, AAA High School
AAA closed today, Feb. 12, 2024 due to inclement weather conditions. Stay safe and warm.
19 days ago, Arkansas Arts Academy
This weekend our theatre Troupe 7414 traveled with 17 outstanding AAA theatre students to the Arkansas State Thespian Festival in Jonesboro. All students spent the weekend competing in individual events, networking with over 1,600 theatre students from across the state, and attending masterclass workshops with industry professionals. Workshops included Acting, Puppetry, Musical Theatre, Theatrical Design, Audition Techniques, Stage Combat, Improvisation, Shakespeare, Dance, Playwriting, and many more. Our Troupe had six students recognized as "Superior" in their performance categories. Kaiya Erwin in Solo Musical, Chance Fitzpatrick and Ben Mauk in Duet Acting, and Matteo Ford and Rowan Riley in Duet Acting. Zachary Phillips received a superior rating in Improvised Theatre and was awarded the distinction of “Best in Show” for their performance. Other students who received noteworthy recognition were Savanna Mobley, Zadie Latimer, Bekah Willson, Sophia Pappas, Zachary Phillips, and CC Reidel. These students received "Excellent" ratings in the Solo Acting competition. Luna Varney and Maxwell Heithaus received an “Excellent” in duet musical. Claire Hillam and Ash Mews received an “Excellent” in duet acting. Our troupe received an “Excellent” rating for our short film submission. Zadie Latimer was named a finalist for the Arkansas Young Playwright’s competition. And Kaiya Erwin received distinguished recognition as our Troupe’s “Honor Thespian.” We had several students called back for college interviews. Zadie Latimer and Zachary Phillips were each awarded theatre scholarship offers from the University of Arkansas and the University of the Ozarks. The Arkansas Arts Academy was extremely well represented at this year’s festival. Our students returned from the weekend having gained tons of industry knowledge and invaluable audition experience. Please join us in celebrating our Troupe 7414 Thespians! Thank You, Jordan Haynes, for all you do for the AAA Theatre Department!
19 days ago, Amy Kessler
A HUGe thank you to the following presenters who came to Arkansas Arts Acadmey High School on a Saturday morning for our Parent University: ARISA Health Center for Cyber Safety and Education Circle of Life NorthWest Arkansas Community College University of Arkansas
21 days ago, Amber Foster
Indulge in the delectable delights of our Culinary Department's Valentine's Day Fundraiser! Items are available for purchase on MyPaymentsPlus. Secure your order by Feb 13th for a sweet surprise, with deliveries to students during the school day on Feb 14th or convenient after-school pickup.
21 days ago, Amy Kessler
V -Day
Thank you to Sav Madigan of the Accidentals and The Music Education Initiative for their visit to Arkansas Arts Academy. Sav is working through a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to discuss being in the music business and resiliency and how life is about being in the present and being present is about gratitude. These things help one become resilient.
21 days ago, Amy Kessler