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16
Jan

Rotary Program Host Families Wanted

Are you interested in studying abroad? Is your family willing to host a foreign exchange student? Now, you do not have to wonder. The opportunity is here! Are you willing and able to open your loving homes to host an exchange student next year? There will be a form provided stating your preferences so that the Rotary program can work

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14
Jan

DONATIONS NEEDED!!!

Canopy NWA, a nonprofit supporting refugees in northwest Arkansas, is in need of some supplies! Haas Hall Fayetteville will be hosting a drive in support and donations from its students are requested! Products needed are listed on the Sign Up Genius below: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090A4BA4AF29A1F85-canopy Donations can be dropped off at the Haas Fayetteville lobby. Thank you for your donations during this

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14
Jan

11th grade Academic Planning

Dear 11th graders, Meetings to update your Student Success Plan (SSP) and submit course requests for your senior year are ongoing. Please use the following link to schedule time with me: https://culpepper.youcanbook.me/ Meetings generally take 30 minutes and you will need access to your eSchool account. If you need assistance finding your SSP documents beforehand, please do not hesitate to

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14
Jan

AP Research – Human Emotions in Animal Conservation

Most of us love animals, but we don’t like all animals equally. We may prefer dogs over cats or reptiles over mammals. This bias may seem like a trivial thing, and it arguably is, as far as our daily lives are concerned, but it becomes an issue of much greater magnitude when these biases become apparent in large scale animal

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13
Jan

Fayetteville Public Library Robotics Demo

Join us next Wednesday (January 19th) from 4pm-6pm, FTC team Diva Force will be holding a robotics demo in collaboration with the Center for Innovation. It will be inside the Fayetteville Public Library in front of the Center for Innovation. The public is welcome to attend and check out what robotics is about while also seeing the amazing new renovations

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13
Jan

AP Research – Human Emotions in Animal Conservation

Most of us love animals, but we don’t like all animals equally. We may prefer dogs over cats or reptiles over mammals. This bias seems like a trivial thing, and it arguably is, as far as our daily lives are concerned, but it becomes an issue of much greater magnitude when these biases become apparent in large scale animal conservation

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13
Jan

Choir, Band, and Strings to Resume Jan 31

All after school music programs will resume the week of Jan 31st. Check your emails for updates from your teachers. This is a delayed start due to Covid. Masks will continue to be required during rehearsals.

13
Jan

Participants Wanted For Survey!

Did Usain Bolt take performance enhancing drugs to break world records and create history? What about Michael Phelps? Cristiano Ronaldo? The truth is that we don’t know. Perhaps more importantly, we don’t know the wider effects of using those substances. Hello! My name is Medhansh Sankaran, and I am an AP Research student conducting a study about the impacts of

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13
Jan

AP Research Project: Music, Math Skills, and Performance

My name is Ian Prohofsky, and I am a student in AP Research at our Bentonville campus. For my AP Research project, I am attempting to determine if music affects the speed and accuracy of a high school scholars’ mathematical abilities. If any scholar can set aside five minutes of his/her time to participate, I would greatly appreciate it. In

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12
Jan

AP Research–Request for Participants

Good morning, Scholars! My name is Aaleyah Jackson, and I am a senior at Haas Hall Academy Bentonville. I am currently exploring the effect (if any) of media on adolescents’ Black-White implicit biases. I am looking for participants ages thirteen to eighteen. If you are interested in participating, the Google Form link provided in this announcement will take you to

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