Weekly Update 10.4.2018

Important Dates to Remember

Oct. 8-11–Fall Break, No School

Oct. 15-25–Wish Weeks

Oct. 19–HS Orchestra Field Trip

Oct. 25–Dollars for Duds

Oct. 25–State Fair Field Trip, Choir and Orchestra

Oct. 26, 6 PM–Fall Festival/Trail of Legends

Oct. 30-Nov 3–HS Play: Midsummer Night’s Dream

Nov. 6–Picture Retakes and Senior Group Photo

Nov. 8–PTO Meeting

Nov. 12–Veteran’s Day, No School

Nov. 16-17–JH Musical:  High School Musical

Nov. 21-22–Thanksgiving Break

Nov. 29th–Dollars for Duds

Dec. 1–Helicopter Santa Community Event

Dec. 6–Band/Orchestra/Guitar Concert

Dec. 6–Choir Concert

Dec. 7–Dance Concert

Dec. 8–Day of Service

Dec. 10–Drama’s Night of Treteau

Dec. 13–PTO Meeting

Dec. 14–Dance Performance

Dec. 17–20–Finals Week, please plan on attending every day

Dec. 18th, 6:00–Parent Arts Retreat Meeting

Dec. 20th–Dollars for Duds

Dec. 24-Jan.3–Christmas Break, No School

Jan. 7–First Day of Second Semester

Heritage Academy Laveen Tardy Policy

Punctuality is one of the self-disciplines scholars are encouraged to learn and practice.  Scholars are expected to be on time for class throughout the year.  Tardiness is a failure to appear on time and is considered a form of absence.  Without exception, scholars are to be in the classroom, sitting in their seat when the final bell rings.  Tardiness is disruptive to the learning environment and needs to be kept to a minimum.

Scholars who are not in their seat by the time the bell rings at 7:30 are considered tardy.

On the 3rd tardy the scholar will receive a warning either verbally or through e-mail.

On the 4th tardy, the scholar will be sent to sweep.  Sweep is a detention-like room where scholars will help clean campus and/or work on school assignments.

On the 2nd sweep the parent is contacted by the sweep teacher.

On the 4th sweep a parent conference is scheduled with the principal.

On the 6th sweep the scholar will receive an off-campus suspension.

Thank you for encouraging your scholars to get to school on time.

Scholar Council will be sponsoring “Wish Weeks” October 15-25.

This will give our school two weeks to raise money for the Make-a-Wish Foundation to help grant wishes to children diagnosed with critical illnesses.

Stay tuned for details on the following activities that will be geared at raising money for this cause:

Dollar Stars–Stars are sold for $1 each and placed around the school.

Class Coins

Men’s Volleyball Tournament

Pageant

Any online donations toward the Wish Week Fundraiser can be made here.

Come out for dinner on Saturday, October 20th from 5-9 PM at Chipotle on 24th St. and Baseline and support the Scholar Council.  Bring this flier (or show it on your smart phone) to your cashier for 33% of proceeds to go to our Scholar Council.

Friday, October 26th

6:00 Food and Games

7:00 Performances

$5 for a 12-punch card for carnival games

$5 for performances

Friday, November 2, 7 PM

Saturday, November 3, 3 PM

Saturday, November 3, 7 PM

Kroc Center

1375 East Baseline

Buy tickets at purplepass.com

Tickets for all of our performances will now be online.  Online ticketing for all fall performing arts events is live!

Go to this link to purchase your tickets now.

Or go to PurplePass.com and search “heritage academy” to find all our events.

All tickets are sold online and are print-at-home. New this year is a Season Pass for those families who have children in every single fine arts performance. This pass allows a purchaser to choose six events this fall for a total of $30 (including fees), saving them about $10 per person throughout the semester.

Ace Puente Program (Achieving a College Education)

ACE Puente participants are recruited in their sophomore year of high school. Students take hybrid and online college courses while in their junior and senior years, allowing them to graduate with up to 24 college credits. All completely FREE! For more information visit the website http://www.riosalado.edu/acepuente/Pages/default.aspx or contact Mrs. Weiler aweiler@heritageacademyaz.com. Pick up your application at the front office. The deadline is October 18.

Fees are due for Junior High Softball, Junior High Boys Baseball, High School Soccer, and High School Basketball on October 29th.  Please pay these fees including past due fees by this date to avoid being dropped.

Click here to pay your fees.

Click here to log in to PowerSchool to check your balance.  

Class of 2019 – Senior College Planning Meetings

Meetings are optional for 12th grade scholars and their families that would like additional one-on-one assistance on topics such as, FAFSA, ACT/SAT/accuplacer testing, college applications, scholarships, etc. Schedule your appointment using the following link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0d4fa9a623a5ff2-class

 

Yearbook is very excited to work with a new publishing company this year, TreeRing.  With this change there will be a couple of benefits:

–the yearbooks will never cost more than $35

–with the purchase of your yearbook you will have the option to use your own photos to create two free custom pages just for your copy of the yearbook!

Yearbooks are now on sale for just $31.50!  The price will go up in November!

For directions on how to order and customize your yearbook in English, click here.  

For directions on how to order and customize your yearbook in Spanish, click here.  

Science Tour

For:  Freshmen and sophomores in 2018-19

When:  October 9-12, 2018

To:  University of San Diego, the Scripps Institute (biomedical research institute), ocean kayaking, and marine biology at La Jolla, and STEAM workshops at the Fleet Science Center

Cost:  $650 ($250 non-refundable deposit to sign-up at the front desk)

Contact:  Mr. Halterman with questions at bhalterman@heritageacademyaz.com

Click here for more information

Independence Tour

For:  Juniors and seniors in 2018-19

When:  October 7-13, 2018

To:  Williamsburg; Monticello; Washington, DC; Philadelphia; Valley Forge; Gettysburg; and more!

Contact:  Mr. Sheffer with questions at msheffer@heritageacademyaz.com

Click here for more information.

For:  Performing arts scholars in grades 7-12

When:  January 9-12

Where:  Tonto Rim Christian Camp near Payson, Arizona.

Registration is nearly full, but a wait list will be created if you are interested.  Speak to your arts department teacher for details.

 France and Spain Tour 2019

For:  High school students in 2018-19

When:  Spring Break, 2019

Contact:  Mr. Arnold with questions at jarnold@heritageacademyaz.com

Teacher and Staff Birthdays:

October 28–Mrs. Rowland

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