Arcadia's Spiritline competed for the FIRST time in the AIA Regional Championships on
Saturday, Nov 14 at GCU
They took 8th place out of 13 teams and advanced to the State Championships on January 23 at GCU.
Way to go Spiritline!!
AND Spiritline is in their Second Competition this Saturday, November 21 at Estrella Foothills HS at 5:15 pm - Wear RED to Support Spiritline!! #TitanPride
Congratulations to our Golf Team! Their Second Place finish is the highest position Arcadia has finished in decades!!
Congratulations to our golfers on their individual tournament placements:
#3 Madison Voisard
#10 Sloane Van Zanen
#12 October Hanke
Impressive play in a field with over 90 golfers!
Girls Golf Team Roster: Madision Alire, Emily Altieri, Paige Brown, Caroline Hackert, October Hanke, Elyse Rangel, Sloan Van Zanen, & Madison Voisard
A native of Arizona, Mrs. Assali grew up in Scottsdale and graduated from Coronado High School. She earned her teaching degree at ASU and has been teaching in the Social Studies Department at Arcadia for the past nine years. She currently teaches World History and World History Honors, however, she has also taught American History Honors and AP US History.
Mrs. Assali’s Educational background includes:
Teaching is in Mrs. Assali’s blood: her mom taught at Tavan for over 20 years and her sister taught in SUSD for seven years.
When it comes to utilizing technology in the classroom, Mrs. Assali is as enthusiastic as they come! She has attended multiple Google and tech conferences to learn about integrating 21st century standards for technology into her curriculum. Not only does she have students use chrome books and web-based products in her own classroom, she shares what she’s learned with other teachers.
Mrs. Assali and her husband love teaching, traveling, and doing their best to inspire students to become good people. They share their experiences from around the world with their students and encourage them to travel as well.
HOBBIES OR FAVORITE THINGS TO DO WHEN NOT TEACHING Traveling is my ultimate passion. I love experiencing new countries and cultures all over the world. I also enjoy going out to eat!
PROUD OF: I am proud of the fact that my husband and I have stuck to our passions and put our heart and soul into teaching students and bettering the lives of teachers. It is not always easy, but we understand the importance of dedicated teachers and that our students will shape our futures! I am also proud to be part of the Arcadia community. This school, my colleagues, the students, and the parents have all been absolutely amazing! I am so happy to be a Titan!
DOG OR CAT PERSON? I don’t have either L. We travel a lot so it is difficult to have a pet.
A RANDOM FACT ABOUT MRS ASSALI: I have been to 17 countries throughout the world. Submitted Fall 2015
Three Arcadia students - Allison Gooch, Jacob Staudenmaier and Dallas Greene - had their film "Seven Crossings" selected from among 60 entries in the A3F 2015 International Fright Fest Film Festival. Their film was chosen, along with 6 other films for the "Arizona Shorts", and was shown at the AMC Centerpoint Theaters in Tempe in October. The film also was voted one of the Audience Favorites. The three students are in Mr. Luse's independent film-making class. "Seven Crossings" was the only high school student submission selected for the Film Festival.
Click HERE to watch "Seven Crossings"
We are so proud of our talented group of CMAS students and also very much appreciate the time, talent and dedication of Mr. Maxwell and his passion for providing the creative inspiration and foundation for our Talented Titans!
Check out Corey McCloskey's LIVE Fox 10 CMAS Story from Friday, November, 13.
Arcadia Theater is proud to present this year's Fall Production,
The Miracle Worker, Thursday, November 12th, Friday, November 13th & Saturday, November 14th at 6:30 pm.
The play tells the story of Helen Keller, a child blind and deaf, and her teacherAnnie Sullivan.
Proceeds from Saturday's performance will help Titan's in need.
Mark Your Calendars for the 2015 Sunday @ Shemer Family Arts Festival, Sunday, November 1, 2015! - The Sunday @ Shemer Family Arts Festival will be held Sunday, November 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Forty artists will be selling their works of art at this year’s event, representing the visual arts including the medias of ceramic, jewelry-making, sculpture, painting, printmaking, paper arts, and other diverse disciplines. Artists from various art & cultural organizations will be in the orchard area of the art center’s grounds, demonstrating glass blowing, blacksmithing, plein air painting, printmaking, etc. A stage will showcase various cultural performances including the Kawambi-Omawale West African Dance Troupe, Ken Koshio, Japanese Taiko Drumming, Senachie, Traditional Irish Music, the Arcadia High School Orchestra and City Jazz from downtown Phoenix. There will be food and beverage vendors, and each participating artist will also donate a work of art to the silent auction, which will benefit the educational programming at the Center. Last but not least, there will be a children's interactive art activity called “Junkyard Dada” where participants will be involved in completing a large-scale installation in the orchard that will include a wide variety of found and recycled objects. Admission is $5 per person, with children under 12 free. For more information call (602) 262-4727 or visit www.shemerartcenter.org.
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