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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Update on ASA’s Opening

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UPDATE: The 2020-2021 school year began officially on Tuesday, August 18 with online teaching and learning for all students. In ASA’s September 21 Board Meeting, the Board of Directors unanimously voted to remain on-line with no in-person instruction throughout the 2nd quarter – beginning on October 19 and extending through the Winter Break (January 3). Please read the most recent letter

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Logging into Zoom at ASA

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR LOGGING INTO ZOOM WITH A GOASA.ORG ACCOUNT WHILE USING A PC OR A MAC: Begin by making sure your student is logged into Google Chrome using their .goasa.org This can be done by following these directions from Google.  The second option demonstrates how to use two different accounts if your student has a personal account and wants to use that for

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Title IX Policy and Webinars

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ASA’s Title IX Policy No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance. All individuals who are employed by ASA are required to conduct themselves at all times in a manner that

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Student and Parent Technology and Network Resource Expectations

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Arizona School for the Arts Student and Parent Technology and Network Resource Expectations Please read this document carefully   When you enroll at Arizona School for the Arts (ASA), this document becomes an agreement between you and ASA whereas the parent(s)/guardian(s) and students agree to abide by the conditions and guidelines established herein. Student and Parent Technology and Network Resource Expectations 

On-Site Learning Opportunity 

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On-Site Learning Opportunity  ASA is committed to providing for students with the greatest need with a free, safe, and productive work environment.  We have partnered with the Boys and Girls Club of the Valley to meet this commitment. ASA will reach out directly to the parents or guardians of identified students to share more information and to confirm attendance. If

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ASA’s COVID-19 School Mitigation Plan

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In preparation for offering on-site support services or in-person instruction, as contemplated by Executive Order 2020-51, and in an effort to minimize risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic in the school environment, Arizona School for the Arts (the “School”) has adopted this mitigation plan (“Plan”), following consideration of mitigation strategies and recommendations as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control

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ASA’s Distance Learning Plan

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On June 24, 2020, Governor Ducey issued Executive Order 2020-41 Prioritizing Kids and Schools During COVID-19 regarding the reopening of schools for school year 2020-2021. As part of the Executive Order, all public schools may submit a Distance Learning Plan (DLP) to receive the flexibility to offer distance learning options for students without an approved Arizona Online Instruction (AOI) program

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2019-2020 Yearbook Update

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YEARBOOK UPDATE – Due to COVID-19 yearbook production is behind schedule.  Yearbooks will be distributed in early August.  More details will come at that time.  You may still order a yearbook by clicking here YEARBOOK

An Urgent Message from ASA Leadership

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Dear ASA Family and Friends,  Last week was filled with ASA celebrations – Showcase, 8th Grade Celebration, Senior Awards and Recital, Graduation! While not “traditional”, we made the best of it. Some of us were anticipating a welcome break and others of us were ready to focus on planning for next year. Our heads were filled with thoughts of eventually

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