Our own orchestra teacher, Garrett Jones, won Bass Player of the Year at the Arkansas Country Music Awards. It's one of the highest honors bestowed on performing musicians in the state. Congrats Mr. Jones!
about 2 months ago, AAA High School
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ES found glasses: These will be available to pick up tomorrow during the pick-up time at the ES campus.
about 2 months ago, Katie Milligan
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Dear families and students, This Friday from 7:30am through 5:00pm staff will be on site at the high school campus to meet with parents and students to take care of end of year procedures. While here you will be able to: - Pick up your report card - Pick up your draft 24/25 schedule  - Pick up or purchase yearbooks (Limited extra yearbooks are available for purchase at $50 first come first serve) - Turn in chromebook and chargers - Turn in library books - Turn in any other school owned/issued materials - Pick up artwork, instruments or any other student owned materials - Pay fines and dues for lost items  - Check the lost and found -Teachers will be available for parent meetings
about 2 months ago, AAA High School
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The Arkansas Arts Academy administration office is open! Thank you for your patience while we awaited electricity. Registration continues for the 2024-2025 school year. We are here to help our AAA families and community.
about 2 months ago, Arkansas Arts Academy
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We would like to thank Amazeum for helping support our 6th grade farewell event with the use of their facility, Clark Contractors for making copies and providing pens and stickers, and Sign Studio for a super fun Photo Booth experience. Thanks to all the parents who helped plan and brought treats for families to enjoy! We are excited to have many donations gathered as well to provide to local families affected by the recent storms.
about 2 months ago, Rachel Carethers
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Arkansas Arts Academy will end its school year as of May 24, 2024 due to severe weather damage . Principals will reach out to families regarding grades , end of the year events and a pick up time for items left at school. Our thoughts and prayers are with all families impacted by this weather disaster. Additional information regarding summer school and enrichment will be provided once decisions are made.
about 2 months ago, Arkansas Arts Academy
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Due to the severe weather and its impact on the surrounding community, Arkansas Arts Academy will be closed on Tuesday 5/28/24. Administration will continue to evaluate our campuses for damages and the surrounding areas. Please stay safe and if possible stay clear from downtown Rogers so that local safety personnel can asses the area.
2 months ago, AAA High School
With our upcoming district "LOCKDOWN" drills, we wanted to share an informational video regarding our reunification process. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1mQp4kenyFER9ZQiC0JuInzH41NLXHB08/view?usp=sharing
2 months ago, AAA High School
Check out this week's edition of The ARTicle! https://secure.smore.com/n/ypeuk
2 months ago, AAA High School
Watch the 2024 Arkansas Arts Academy Graduation Ceremony at the link below! https://youtube.com/live/jt0MCXa91Js?feature=share
2 months ago, AAA High School
High School Parents and Guardians: Thank you for choosing Arkansas Arts Academy School District to provide educational services to your child. We are proud to be able to serve you and your children and we will continually strive to provide a safe learning environment for them. The safety of your child and all children in our schools as well as the safety of the school staff and support personnel is very important to us. In order to maintain a safe environment for our children to study and learn, it is necessary that we practice our emergency and crisis response plans by having drills designed to exercise our procedures. Due to the current national climate that we live in, our high school campus will be conducting a state mandated “LOCKDOWN” drill on May 24, 2024. This letter is to help you understand the importance of this as well as to understand details of the drill. LOCKDOWN DRILLS The school will conduct one “Lockdown Drill” periodically throughout each school year. This type of drill will secure the school building and safely shelter all students, staff and visitors inside the building. The purpose of this drill is to keep the students safe from any danger outside or inside the building. During a “lockdown drill” all of the perimeter doors to the school building will be locked and will remain locked until the danger or issue outside or inside the building is removed. To enable everyone to remain safe, no one will be allowed to enter the building or leave the building until the drill is completed. All students and staff will practice safety procedures such as covering all windows, staying quiet, and being hidden from sight. For the safety of everyone involved and to maintain order, we respectfully ask that you would abide by the following during these drills and actual emergencies: • Do not come to the school campus • Do not call the school offices (as they will be busy with the drill or actual emergency • Do not contact students or staff members via cell phone or social media (as they will be busy with the drill or actual emergency) • Avoid social media posts. Correct information will be disseminated through our automated system as soon as possible. • Please make sure that your contact information is current at all times so that you can be reached without delay in the event of an emergency. • In the event of an actual emergency evacuation, you will receive notification of where to pick up your child as a part of our reunification procedures. Please remember that these safety practice drills are done to help maintain our schools as a safe place to learn and work. If you have any questions regarding any of these safety drills or other safety concerns, please contact your school office.
2 months ago, AAA High School
William Beveridge, a senior at Arkansas Arts Academy in Rogers, received the Governor's Award for Musical Excellence. Beveridge has performed many concerts at Arkansas Arts Academy and around Northwest Arkansas in the community. He has performed in jazz, rock, classical, fusion, and other styles. Additionally, he is among the first students to complete the music pathway program at Arkansas Arts Academy, which requires completion of a minimum of nine credits of music courses. Beveridge, the 2024 valedictorian, has been accepted by prestigious collegiate music programs such as Berklee and Belmont and will attend Belmont as an undergraduate student, starting in the Fall semester 2024.
2 months ago, AAA High School
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Check out this week's edition of The ARTicle! https://secure.smore.com/n/98ndw
2 months ago, AAA High School
Check out the fantastic list of summer programming at AAA this summer! Follow the link to learn more. https://www.artsk12.org/o/district/article/1587865
3 months ago, Amy Kessler
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This weekend, AAA Improv Troupe will perform in the Black Box at 5 p.m., and Encore, the musical theatre performance, will be in the Performing Arts Center.
3 months ago, Amy Kessler
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NWA Maker Days is being celebrated at the Arkansas Arts Academy High School Colors of Connection event bringing awareness to Mental Health Awareness month. The East Initiative instructors Rob Plant (K-6 campus) and Robert Beard (7-12 campus) have their students facilitate opportunities for the public to create Mental Health Awareness ribbons using 3D printing pens and enjoy a meditation experience using VR. This opportunity was made possible through the Scott Family Amazeum! #NWAMakerDays
3 months ago, Aaron Jones
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Open to all Northwest Arkansas Students!
3 months ago, Amy Kessler
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Check out this summer opportunity at AAA!
3 months ago, Amy Kessler
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Please join us for this very special event tonight. It is free and open to the public. Doors open at 5 p.m. for pre-show events.
3 months ago, Amy Kessler
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SENIOR MEETING THURSDAY 5/9/24
3 months ago, AAA High School
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