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HS Robotics Breakfast Sales

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ALL: Mornings are hectic! Most of us start the day hungry. No one learns best on an empty stomach so support the HS Robotics Club and buy breakfast before the bell starting Oct 15th. We will have an assortment to start but send your recommendations to ward@goasa.org.

Theatre Auditions Rescheduled

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Due to the rain out, we are moving the auditions that were scheduled for today, Tuesday, for BOTH the play and the musical to – Wednesday, October 3rd.  Please stick with the same time that you had reserved for today, and come at that time tomorrow. CALLBACKS – Notice of callback for both shows will go out tomorrow night after

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Mile High Inventational

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Please congratulate the high school girls cross country team on their first place win at the Mile High Invitational in Prescott last weekend. Grace & Imogen Dietz, Ava Newman, Izzy Hoffman, Veera Schrey, Rachel Gammill, Ashley Perez, Sydney Missen and Audrey Salt! Also, please congratulate the high school boys on their fifth-place finish at the tournament! Niklas Doyle, Harrison Witmer,

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Robots & Reels

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EVERYONE come support the Robotics Club at ASA’s annual Robots&Reels! The $10 two-film affair includes pizza, chips, and a beverage with your cinema selection–either South 311 (October Sky) or South 211 (Spaceballs) from 4:15-6: 20 pm this Friday, September 28th! Please make your purchase via SCHOOLPAY at goasa.org so we have plenty of refreshments. Bring cash for candy!!!

Girls Who Code

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Grades 7-12: Are you interested in coding and closing the gender gap in technology? Or solving problems in your community and defining the future of our world? Join Girls Who Code in Ms.Brown’s room, South C415 every Wednesday, starting September 26, from 4:20-6:00 pm to practice coding and discuss the importance of diversity and inclusiveness in tech.

Teacher Feature – Ginette Rossi

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Teacher Feature – Ginette Rossi I have never felt such a strong sense of belonging than I do as a member of Arizona School for the Arts (ASA). Before working here,  I would often find myself in search of a place where I was accepted regardless of what stereotype I fit into and where my creativity was appreciated and cultivated.

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Patriot Inventational

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Please congratulate our High School Girls Cross Country team on ANOTHER second place victory this past Saturday: Ava Newman, Izzy Hoffman, Grace Dietz, Rachel Gammill, Camille Swaine, Imogen Dietz, and Ashley Perez!

Field trip to BAZ’s Sleeping Beauty

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Dance students in grades 5 and 6, you will have a field trip to see Ballet Arizona’s Sleeping Beauty on Thursday, Oct 25 2018. You will meet Ms Firicano in the B207 dance studio on that day at 9:30 am for attendance before boarding the bus to Symphony Hall. Please bring a sack-lunch to eat on campus when we return

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Chamber Singers at the City of Phoenix’s 9/11 Memorial Ceremony

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Dear ASA, I attended our City’s Annual 9/11 Memorial yesterday at City Hall, and I was wanting to get a note to not only the choir instructor, but the kids as well on their performance. Those kids literally brought me to tears with their angelic sound, it was simply the most beautiful sound I’ve ever heard (and I was in

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5/6 MSA Social

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Grades 5 & 6: Today is the last day to register for the 5/6 MSA Social at FlipDunk. Please pay online at ASA Website>Current Students & Parents>StudentPay. Bring signed waiver to Mrs. Coleman tomorrow.