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Teachers' Restorative Practice Circle
Mr. Javitch's Ice Bucket Challenge
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LIFE AT AAS
College Application Workshop
At the Academy, we are focused on:
They are demonstrating responsibility and attention to detail.
We are proud to have them!
(3 out of 6 T.A.'s in this photo).
Faculty & Staff
Academy Girls Volleyball Scores first Victory ever!
The Academy Wolves Girls Volleyball Team has started their season strong! In their second year of existence, the Lady Wolves scored their first victory of the year (and ever) with yesterday's 3 -1 road victory over St. Lawrence Academy. Word is that they were chanting "WOLFPACK" the whole bus ride home.
Congratulate members of the varsity team when you see them! Go Wolves!
Our Assistant Principal and students in this video!
Joe Truss, our Assistant Principal and our students show us the power of music and education in this music video called "Rappers Ain't Sayin Nothin" by his hip hop group, Some Of All Parts. More info here.
Group work & Projects
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Happy THANKS Giving / Feliz DIA de ACCION de Gracias
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Wellness Information Sharing-Article About Marijuana Use and Teens/Young Adults
This article was published in the "New York Times", this past weekend. It is an interesting read:
Parent's Support Group at Hucklebarry YOUTH Programs
Huckleberry Youth Programs offers a FREE 6-week skill building and support group for parents of teens and young adults.
November 6 - Dece,ber 18, 2014
This program offers effective tools and real solutions to help:
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