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    Golden Raffle Tuition Ticket

    The golden ticket raffle winner will receive a Tuition Certificate providing free tuition for one student for the 2015-16 school year. Raffle tickets are $50 each. Only 500 tickets will be sold! You do not have to be present to win. This certificate is valid for the youngest student in the family. The raffle winner may apply the certificate to their youngest student's tuition or gift it to another family.

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    Fourth Grade Living Museum

    In 2001, the fourth grade teachers at ACA came up with a different idea for a history project. Instead of just reading about historical characters, the fourth graders would study them, write about them, and then create them. Not only does this make a very notable impression on these young minds, but it really brings history to life for them, a truly beneficial way to learn. This project also encompasses a broad spectrum of subjects and learning. According to Susan Montgomery, Lower School Principal and former fourth grade teacher, “A project like this integrates many subjects such as reading, writing, history, and gives them a taste of a theatrical aspect. It also is a fun way to learn.”

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    DAR Good Citizen Award

    Pictured here with her proud parents, Samantha Mulholland holds the certificate designating her as one of only six students in Buncombe County to be named Good Citizens by the Ruth Davidson Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in a ceremony this past Friday, April 10.
    Samantha's parents are David and Kim Mulholland who were able to celebrate with their daughter at the ceremony held at First Baptist Church in Asheville. Congratulations, Samantha!

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    ACA Receives NATA Safe Sports School Award

    ACA was recognized along with 12 other WNC schools for the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Safe Sports School award. The award distinguishes schools that strive for their student athletes to compete in a safe environment. Athletic Trainer Heidi Pieper is in her 5th year at ACA and has pioneered the Athletic Training program for the Lions athletic program. In order to achieve this award athletic programs must: · Create a positive athletic healthcare administrative system · Provide or coordinate pre-participation physical examinations · Promote safe and appropriate practice and competition facilities · Plan for selection, fit function and proper maintenance of athletic equipment · Provide a permanent, appropriately equipped area to evaluate and treat injured athletes · Develop injury and illness prevention strategies, including protocols for environmental conditions · Provide or facilitate injury intervention · Create and rehearse a venue-specific Emergency Action Plan · Provide or facilitate psychosocial consultation and nutritional counseling/education · Be sure athletes and parents are educated of the potential benefits and risks in sports as well as their responsibilities Thanks Heidi for working with our upper and middle school athletic programs!

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    Soccer Off to a Hot Start

    After coming off of a historic season last year, ACA girls varsity soccer is picking up right where they left off. The Lions reached the NCISAA 2-A championship for the first time before falling to Cape Fear Academy in overtime 2-1. The Lions are currently 6-0-2, 3-0-0 most recently beating conference rival Carolina Day School 1-0. ACA has the only undefeated record left in WNC girls soccer.

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    Eat Spaghetti for Hoops for Habitat!

    Come out and support the Hoops for Habitat event Friday, January 23 when ACA’s basketball teams will take on rival Carolina Day School. During game intermissions, students, parents, and fans will be able to purchase bottomless spaghetti bowls to enjoy while watching the event. All proceeds go toward the Habitat for Humanity $18,000 goal that our students have been fundraising for since the beginning of the school year. ACA has raised over $8,000 towards their goal and were recently approved with Carolina Day and Christ School for a $4,000 State Farm grant.