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Fall ’21 Theatre Merchandise is now available for pre-order!

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All Students and Families – Fall ’21 Theatre Merchandise is now available for pre-order! Please follow this link to our order form: https://forms.gle/Qg7iu7gGQJx3SnJh9 All payments will be collected through Schoolpay, and this link is found within the order form. We are offering baseball tee’s and hoodies in royal blue and deep purple. All pieces will come with the ASA Theatre

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Winter Formal: An Enchanted Forest – December 11th

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Grades 9-12. High School Students, Student Union is pleased to host this year’s Winter Formal: An Enchanted Forest, on December 11th from 7-10pm at Children’s Museum of Phoenix at 215 N 7th St. Tickets will be $27 before 12/3 and $32 at the door. NO CASH WILL BE ACCEPTED. Purchase your tickets on SchoolPay

CAA Cross Country State Championship Tournament – Nov 6th

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Families Grades 5-12: Come and support ASA’s Cross Country Team at the CAA Cross Country State Championship Tournament on Saturday, November 6th at the Glendale Heroes Regional Park in Glendale. The Junior Varsity (grades 5-8) will be racing in the morning between 9:00 – 2:00 and the Varsity (grades 9-12) will be racing in the afternoon between 3:30 and 6:00pm.

Homecoming Dance – ‘Mask-uerade’

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Grades 9-12: ASA’s Homecoming Dance ‘Mask-uerade’ will be Saturday, October 30, from 7-10 PM in Fellowship (Pilgrim) Hall at the church. Please join NHS for an evening of music, dancing, snacks, and fun! Tickets are $10 on SchoolPay. Guest Forms are available in the front office.

Chromebooks Tips

Chromebooks and Summertime! Your student’s school-issued Chromebook is something they are allowed to keep over the summer and even encouraged to use as they learn throughout the hot months! However, if they don’t use it much, please encourage them not to simply leave their ASA Chromebook plugged in all summer long.  Leaving a device constantly charging can wear down the battery

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Healing History: Reconceptualizing Race

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ASA students and families! Throughout February, March, and April, Black Student Union will be hosting a speaker series entitled Healing History: Reconceptualizing Race. Through these events we will expand our celebration of Black History beyond February. Our first event will be February 19th at 6pm with News Anchor Yetta Gibson, who will discuss race in the media. This event will

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HOS/Principal January 2021 Message

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Dear ASA Families, I hope this email finds you all well and that you were able to enjoy family and friends in some way during the holiday season. I have great hopes for 2021, despite a rocky start. First, I would like to extend my deepest appreciation for your support throughout the year and for sticking with ASA throughout these

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ASA’s 25th Anniversary – A Look Back with an Eye to the Future

 |  Alumni Pigeon Post Newsletter

Welcome to the inaugural issue of the Arizona School for the Arts alumni newsletter, ASA Alumni Pigeon Post.   I am so excited to launch our new quarterly newsletter, designed especially for you, our alumni.  Through these regular issues, we hope to keep connected with you, expand our alumni network, share our plans and aspirations, and take some nostalgic looks into

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Faculty Corner – The Equity Group

 |  Alumni Pigeon Post Newsletter

During a conversation with students a few years ago, Social Studies Chair, Ricky Livoni and Kim Brown, 11th Grade History Teacher, discovered that there were certain aspects of Arizona School for the Arts that made students of color and other marginalized groups of students feel unsafe.  Having worked together on projects such as the Black History Museum and Inclusivity Day,

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Family Update: ASA Instruction During a Pandemic

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Dear ASA families,  We hope you and your students were able to appreciate Fall Break- perhaps even enjoy some cooler morning temperatures here in the Valley!  Since last spring, we, along with the Vice Principals, have participated in webinars, attended trainings, and read the latest educational resources about the priorities schools must have during the pandemic. All of them emphasize

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