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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April 24, 2021: NHS Virtual Fashion Show

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NHS is Hosting a Virtual Fashion Show on Saturday 4/24! Prepare your favorite outfits and masks for this year’s NHS fashion show! Get ready for an elegant, socially-distanced evening displaying all of this year’s top fashions, all based around this year’s top television shows! This year’s show will present the latest styles from four of the top shows of the

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NHS Blood Drive

NHS is hosting a virtual Blood Drive April 12-18! (ASA Community members 16 years and older) There is currently a blood shortage due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and you can do your part to help if you are 16 years or older! You can sign up to donate blood using this link and will find the Minor Donor Permit Form here, if you

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2021-2022 Fall Arts Schedule Change Requests

Schedule change requests will be open from April 19th-April 30th. They will be processed in the order they are received. Steps: Review student placements in ParentVue starting April 19th If no change in courses is needed, you are done! If course changes are needed: There will be access to the Arts Schedule Change Request Form on April 19th to submit requests electronically (check back

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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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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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Spotlight |  Meet the Development and Marketing Team 

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Spotlight |  Meet the Development and Marketing Team  Leslie Religioso Development and Marketing Director religioso@goasa.org Christina Lytle Donor Relations and Marketing Manager lytle@goasa.org A warm welcome to all returning and new families! I’m truly honored for the opportunity to join the great team and community here at ASA as the Development and Marketing Director! In the Development Office, you’ll find

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Welcome from Head of School

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Welcome ASA Families and Friends to School Year 2020-2021 and ASA’s 25 Anniversary Year!  We are so excited to reconnect with you after a long summer and jump into what will surely be a school year to remember. This past Friday we celebrated one of my favorite ASA traditions. On the first day of school students, faculty and staff form two

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Alumni Spotlight Arielle Gereboff – Class of 2000

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Arielle Gereboff started at ASA in the school’s inaugural year, 1995, as an 8th grader and graduated ASA in 2000. Today, she is a Middle School teacher at a private school in Los Angeles, California. She went to UC Santa Barbara where she received a BA in French and a BA in Linguistics, then earned an MA in French Linguistics

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Principal’s Corner – February 13, 2020

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  With presentation week quickly approaching, you may have a student who questions the value and relevance of the third quarter presentation beyond the high school setting.  To answer that, I invited a former ASA student to speak to that very issue so we can hear how the presentation process influenced her post high school graduation and continues to impact

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