The Charger Newsletter


On Saturday, May 31, ACA will host our first Uniform Recycling Day. Start gathering, cleaning, and hanging all those uniform pieces that your student has outgrown because on May 31 you will have the opportunity to sell them to other ACA families. From 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on that day, you can sell uniform pieces and purchase new ones for your growing child. This would be a great time for Seniors to sell their blazers! Please see the information sheet attached below for instructions on selling your uniforms.


A basic calendar for the 2014-2015 school year is attached below. It shows when school begins, school breaks, Israel Trip, New Life Ranch, etc. Not shown yet are the dates for the plays, PSAT, Little Theatres, etc. A more complete calendar will be available soon!


Parents, please take a look around your house and car for ACA textbooks! We have several students who did not turn in one or more of their books and if they are not returned by the beginning of June, we will have to invoice parents for the cost of replacing those books. Help us out by bringing any ACA books you find to the school office!


The ACA office remains open during the summer! The hours are 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday. The office will be closed on Memorial Day, May 26, and Independence Day, July 4.


Many items are still in our Lost & Found! Uniform items will be put on sale on our Uniform Recycling Day and the rest will be taken to Goodwill. If you think your child is missing a jacket, water bottle, lunch box, or clothing, please come and take a look in Lost & Found before it’s gone!


There are two opportunities this summer for high school students to take the REME. The test will be offered on June 17 at 10:00 a.m. and on July 23 at 10:00 a.m. Call or email the school office to sign up your student. [email protected]


ACA parent and published author, Gina Conroy, is teaching the following classes for children ages 5 – 18 this summer at TCC. It’s not to late to register your child!

PoeTREE class for ages 5-7 June 2- 5
Let a professional published author foster a love of writing in your child whether they have difficulty writing or already enjoy it. Through various poetry readings, students will be introduced to a variety of writing skills such as figurative and descriptive language, utilizing the five senses, elements of storytelling and more. They will apply these skills by creating their own original poetry book to take home and enjoy.

Why Be a Goop? Beginning story writing and character study for ages 8-10 June 2-5
Through various readings, students will be introduced to elements of story-telling that will inspire them to develop their own creative writing style. The class will work as a team to create a class story book which each student will bring home a copy.

Greek Mythology class at TCC for 5-7 yr olds June 2-5th
My recent trip to the Parthenon in Nashville got me excited to teach this class! Lots of storytelling, role playing, arts and crafts, dress up, and more! Just 1.5 hours a day for 4 days. It’s perfect for 5 - 7 year olds. Sign up today before the class fills up!

Do you have an aspiring novelist? Check out this writing camp for 13-18 yr olds. June 16 -19 “I enjoyed this class very much. This class is easy to understand because it goes at a perfect pace and is taken step by step. This was awesome and so much fun! I hope the book I’m writing gets published one day!” - Casey, 14 yrs. old


Please see the flyer attached below for summer art opportunities offered at Willowbrush.

Have questions? Please call ACA at 918-832-4600

May 26: Memorial Day, ACA office closed
May 30: Final Report Cards available
June 9-13: Week of the Arts – Disney’s “The Jungle Book – Kids”
June 17: REME testing, 10:00 a.m.