Arcadia Instrumental Booster is having a Butter Braid fundraiser!
The always delicious flavor lineup includes: Apple, Blueberry Cream Cheese, Cherry, Cinnamon, and Cream Cheese pastries, plus the Caramel Roll.
Each 1 lb., 6 oz. pastry (icing included) will serve 11 people. Just allow your frozen pastry to thaw and rise until double in size, then bake for a great, homemade tasting pastry!
The Caramel Roll is made from the same delicious pastry dough as the Butter Braid pastries, and baking instructions are very similar. For more information, check out Uplifting Promotions website.
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We celebrated Titan of the Month with lunch provided by Hungry Howie's & gifts from the PTO to honor these fine students with Principal Stevens. This event is always by invitation only. Each student nominated, received a certificate of recognition and we would like to congratulate every one of them.
Jack Spier - Tinnley Subsin - Joshua Yazzie - Jennifer Duong - Bradley Anderson - Athena Ashcraft
Mikko Hallikainen - Lauren Sayre - Ian Jarvis - Janette Hernandez - Megan Little
Thank you to all the AHS Students, parents, and Arcadia Community that came out to the Homecoming Parade last Friday! Our floats were fantastic, and so many members came out to walk & cheer!
Next meet: Twilight Invitational, Casa Grande – Sept. 29 (night meet)
The boys and girls cross country teams hosted squads from Dysart and Paradise Honors High Schools on Wednesday, September 20 at Papago Park. Arcadia handily won both the boys’ and girls’ races. For the boys, Arcadia's winning score was 19, followed by Paradise Honors 48 and Dysart 53. The final team score for the girls was Arcadia 23, Dysart 46, Paradise Honors 52.
The Titans Dallas Greene (senior) and Nicole Kaiser (junior) were individual winners in their respective races. Scorers for the boys were Greene, 1st; Luis Cerna, 2nd; Ben Waggener, 4th; Race Tuomisto-Bell, 5th; and, Kyle Arnold, 7th out of a field of 40 runners.
On the girls side, after Kaiser, Sophia Colson took 4th, Sarah Jacobs 5th, Izzy Rich 6th and Jasmine Alyasiri 7th out of a field of 40 runners.
September 19th, 2017 @ 9:00 - 11:00 am at Arcadia High School, Mount Olympus
Arcadia Cross Country Dominates Campo Verde/Tempe Meet, Performs Well at Ojo Rojo Chandler Invitational
Home Meet TODAY - Papago Golf Course (5:00 pm. Co-Ed JV; 5:30Boys Varsity; 6:00 Girls Varsity – GO TITANS!
The Arcadia Titans completely dominated last Thursday’s meet against host Campo Verde and Tempe. In the Girls race, Arcadia swept the first 10 places. The Boys came close to a similar sweep - winning first, second, fourth, fifth, seventh and tenth. Official times have not yet been provided by Campo Verde.
On Saturday, the Titans travelled to the prestigious Ojo Rojo Invitational at Tumbleweed Park in Chandler. The Titans had multiple medalists, including Awuoi Mattiop, who finished 10th overall in the Girls 5,000 Meter Open race. The Girls Varsity raced to 8th out of 22 teams, and the Boys Varsity finished 15th out of 34 teams. Nearly 1,000 runners from all over the state competed in the Ojo Rojo meet. Official results are at this link - https://www.athletic.net/CrossCountry/Results/Meet.aspx?Meet=132049
We need some energetic volunteer to be liasions to feeder schools, make posters for the neighborhood, & collect water for thirsty marchers. These tasks don't take up much time, and it's fun! If you can help with this year's parade, contact VP of Volunteers, Lori McClelland at email@example.com.
The Arcadia student film “Orientation” was selected as the only High School entry at the Fifth Annual Jerome Film Festival, September 7-10, 2017. The other films selected for the Student Films Competition were all made by college film-makers. Current Arcadia students involved in the film were Jacob Staudenmaier (Director/Editor), Lindsay Formica (Screenplay Writer/Sound), and Heather DeGroote (Photography). The students are enrolled in Advanced Film-Making taught by ANN & Film Instructor Eric Luse. The film concerns an awkward man who attempts to have a successful job interview, but it ends up going south very quickly. The Jerome Film Festival was recently selected by MovieMaker Magazine as among the “Top 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World”. More information about the Jerome Film Festival can be found at www.jeromefilmfestival.com.
The AHS Cross Country runners headed south to Tucson last Friday night to compete in the Desert Solstice Invitational which drew hundreds of elite runners and over 50 teams from all over Arizona. The Titans competed well in all races.
Saturday, Sept 16th @ Ojo Rojo Invitational in Chandler
See Schedule: https://www.athletic.net/crosscountry/Results/Meet.aspx?Meet=132049
NOTE: Team Photos will be taken on Tuesday, Sept. 19 at 4:30 pm at Papago Park, Ramada 13.
Swim and Dive had an exciting week! They went up against Chapparal on Tuesday and put up a strong fight, but missed the win.
Saturday, 30 members of the Swim team competed at the Wolves Invitational. The girls did very well, finishing 4th out of 25 teams. The boys also had a good showing, coming in 18th out of 31 teams. Five races landed in the top 3:
Swim and Dive have their last home meet at El Dorado against Desert Mountain this Thursday.
SWIM & DIVE FUNDRAISER
Thursday, Sept 14th, 2017, 4 - 9 pm, 20% donated to AHS Swim & Dive
There will also be a team dinner and fundraiser at Pei Wei, so please come out and support Swim and Dive! Pei Wei will be donating 20% of sales all day, so have lunch and dinner there and remember to tell them you are there for Swim and Dive!
Next Meet at Chandler High School
Swim and Dive competed last week against one of the top teams in the state, Desert Vista. AHS girls had an amazing meet and beat Desert Vista for the first time ever! The boys put on a great effort, and despite Drew Nosky earning big points for the boys by taking 1st in dive, Desert Vista boys won. Congratulations to all the athletes on a great meet!
Swim and Dive have their first big Invitational this weekend at Chandler High School! Come out and see some of our top swimmers go up against some of the top swimmers in the state!
Thank you to Chick-Fil-A for hosting a fun spirit night and for everyone
coming out to support the team! The Captains did a terrific job behind the counter taking orders and serving everyone! The whole night was a lot of fun and a huge success!
The Arcadia Cross Country Teams kicked off the 2017 season in style with stellar team and individual performances in their first meets.
MEET - August 29th, 2017
On Tuesday Aug. 29, the Titans competed in a dual meet against Notre Dame Prep, Saguaro, Coronado and East Fork. The girls’ team raced to first place while the boys’ team took second. CLICK HERE FOR INDIVIDUAL RESULTS
PEAKS INVITATIONAL in Flagstaff, AZ
The Titans then traveled north on Saturday Sept. 2 to the highly competitive Peaks Invitational hosted by Flagstaff High School at Buffalo Park. Arcadia had multiple individual medalists in the various races, with the boys’ team finishing 4th overall and the girls’ team taking 5th in the 5K Ascent Race. Arcadia Coaches Sarah Boustila and Carl Tichenor were extremely pleased with their runners’ performances, particularly given the high altitude of Flagstaff and the hilly race course. CLICK HERE FOR PEAK RESULTS
The Titans travel to Tucson this Friday, Sept 8th, 2017 for the Desert Solstice Invitational Meet.
The Titans Fan Club, a booster club within Arcadia's PTO organization, formalized in the fall of 2014 with the mission of showcasing all of the clubs, groups and teams at Arcadia High School. The Titans Fan Club works with STuGo, the administration, parents and the community to ignite Arcadia Pride!
Titan Fan Club parents, also known as Firecrackers, truly enjoy igniting Arcadia's spirit and pride. We hope to plan community events that bring families and students together to celebrate our great school!
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