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Thanks to all who came out to our AP Informational Night last night. The presentation can be sent out to parents through email if you missed it last night. If you have any questions, please reach out to Mrs. Dale or myself at email@example.com
ACT Aspire Testing for the high school campus will begin on Tuesday 4/18 and continue through Thursday 4/20. The ACT Aspire test skills in connection to Math, Reading, English, Science, and Writing. Students will have a revised daily class schedule after testing each day. Lunch periods will remain the same.
Don't forget the Advanced Placement (AP) Informational Night is tonight (Wednesday 4/12/23) at AAA high school campus in the commons area starting at 6:00 pm. Come and find out more about these opportunities for next year, get any questions answered, and eat some delicious appetizers made by our own culinary class! Reach out to Jamie Dale or Amber Foster at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. See you tonight!
UAM To Offer $500 Scholarship for Pre-registration MONTICELLO, Ark. — University of Arkansas at Monticello fall 2023 new first-time freshmen and new transfer students will receive a $500 scholarship if they pre-register for fall 2023 classes on April 17 or April 18 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. and attend UAM during the fall 2023 semester. Terms and conditions may apply. In-person registration is recommended, but over-the-phone registration is also available. Students must RSVP to reserve a time to pre-register for classes in order to be eligible for the scholarship. RSVP on the UAM Admissions webpage. No program will take place during pre-registration. Students will be able to pre-register for classes and have the option to visit any office related to attending school in the fall. Parents and legal guardians are welcome. For questions, contact the UAM Admissions Office at 870-460-1026 or email@example.com
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We're very excited to host an Advanced Placement (AP) Info Night on Wednesday, April 12th from 6-6:30pm. This event will be in the Commons area at AAA High School. We will be discussing possible AP courses for next year and course expectations. Come meet with teachers, ask questions, and enjoy some cookies!
Apply today to the FutureSmart Scholarship Contest When it comes to financial education, The MassMutual Foundation has something for students and educators. Any student who takes the FutureSmart digital lessons is eligible to apply for a $5,000 scholarship. Plus, you have access to free digital learning modules to sharpen your financial skills for your classroom lessons and your personal life. 👇 Check it all out below and make sure your students apply before May 14th! $50,000 in Student Scholarships https://futuresmart.massmutual.com/en/scholarship/ Have students complete 3 FutureSmart lessons so they can apply for a college savings gift card by May 14, 2023. Twenty students will receive a $2,000 gift card and two grand prize winners will win $5,000. To grant student access (if you haven't already), log in and click Create Class on the FutureSmart tile. Win a $250 VISA gift card Check it out on: Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube Pinterest
Reminder for Seniors! CPR Training is REQUIRED for graduation. Arkansas Arts Academy has arranged for the Rogers Fire Department to be here on April 14th at 2:00 pm in the commons. This will be the only opportunity provided by the school to complete this graduation requirement. If you do not attend, you are responsible for completing CPR Training and providing evidence of the training to Ms. Dale by May 1st. If you have any questions, please reach out to Ms. Dale.
Tonight's 7th grade wheel showing is canceled. We will try to reschedule for a later date. Thank you.
Both campuses of Arkansas Arts Academy will be closed today, Tuesday, April 4th, while a safety threat is investigated. Student safety is always the top priority at Arkansas Arts Academy. We will provide additional information as soon as possible. AAA Admin Team
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Make sure you swing by Coffee House next Thursday!
Don't forget to show your school spirit this upcoming week on the high school campus!
The YMCA: Get Teens Moving Active April #activeapril
A great resource for scholarships! https://studentscholarships.org/
Holodomor Ukrainian Awareness Student Competition with CASH prizes!
Congrats to these amazing AAA Diamonds!
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Dear Parents and Students, We are excited to announce that Arkansas Arts Academy (AAA) will host an Elective Fair on April 5th in which all AAA high school elective class options for the upcoming 2023-2024 school year will be on display from 1:40 pm to 4:00 pm. This event will provide all current 6th thru 11th-grade students with the opportunity to explore AAA high school arts programming and see performances, products and materials used in the classes. Students will spend designated time at the elective fair on April 5th with the 6th-grade students arriving at the upper campus at 8:30 in the morning and will depart at 9:20 to return to the EMS campus. The AAA Elective Fair allows students to learn more about the many art offerings at the high school and explore the various music, dance, theater, culinary, fashion, and visual arts courses. Students will have the chance to meet with teachers and ask any questions they may have about the courses. At the end of the Elective Fair, we provide all students with an interest survey form. This will allow students to express their interests and preferences in the various art courses offered at our school. This survey will also assist the high school in understanding the needs and interests of our students and how many potential sections we should offer each class. Our desire at AAA is to provide students with the arts offerings they find relevant and engaging. Parents and new students can visit the elective fair from 4:30 - 6:30 pm. This extended time will allow parents to learn more about the arts programming offered at our high school and our Arts Pathways Program*. Parents can meet with teachers and current students and ask any questions they may have about the courses. We encourage all parents to attend the elective fair and take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about the arts programming at AAA high school *Arts Pathways Program AAA is thrilled to announce the launch of our new Arts Pathways Program, which offers students the opportunity to pursue their passion for the arts through a focused and comprehensive course of study. The Arts Pathways Program is designed to provide students with a unique and engaging experience in the arts, allowing them to explore and develop their talents and interests through various specialized courses. Students can choose from four pathways: Music, Performing, Visual Arts, and Career and Technical Arts. The Music Pathway offers instrumental and vocal music courses, music theory, and music technology. Students in this pathway can develop their skills in various musical genres and have the opportunity to participate in various musical ensembles, such as the jazz band and the rockhoppers. The Performing arts pathway combines dance and theatre studies to offer a comprehensive curriculum in performing arts. This pathway provides opportunities to develop skills through various courses and productions. The dance program includes ballet, jazz, and modern dance studies, where students can develop their technique, choreography, and performance skills. Theatre studies include acting, improvisation, technical theatre, and costuming courses. Students can focus on one area or study dance and theatre. The Visual Arts Pathway offers drawing, painting, sculpture, and graphic design courses. Students in this pathway can develop their skills in various media and have the opportunity to showcase their work in various art exhibitions and community events. The Arts Pathways Program aims to provide students with a focused and comprehensive course of study in the arts. The program allows students to immerse themselves in their chosen field and develop a strong foundation in their area of interest. Students who complete the Arts Pathways Program are recognized with a special cord at graduation, indicating their achievement and dedication to their chosen field of study. The cord system serves to acknowledge and celebrate students' accomplishments and provides a tangible reminder of their time and commitment to the arts. Parents and new students can visit the elective fair from 4:30 - 6:30 pm. This will provide an excellent opportunity for parents to learn more about the arts programming offered at our school and the Arts Pathways Program. The parent will be able to meet with teachers and current students in the arts programs and ask any questions they may have about the courses. We encourage all parents to attend the elective fair and take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about the arts programming at our school. We will set up a booth for incoming 7th-grade parents and students to learn more about the upper campus. The administration will be on-site to address your concerns and answer any questions. Thank you for your continued support and involvement in our school community.