22
Jan

Sportsmanship

In the spirit of sportsmanship, Haas Hall Academy and the Arkansas Activities Association ask that all fans act responsibly and courteously to those around you. Vulgar, abusive, or demeaning language or disorderly conduct is unacceptable and unwelcome at Haas Hall Academy. Let’s afford the student-athletes, coaches, officials, and your fellow fans the respect they deserve.

22
Jan

Footnotes Release Party This Friday (Rogers Campus)

We are celebrating the launch of this year’s issue of Haas Hall’s award-winning literary magazine, Footnotes, this Friday, January 24 from 6-7:30pm at the Rogers Campus. Join us for an evening of literature, music, and prizes. Your entrance fee of $5 supports future issues of Footnotes, with 50% going to Arkansas Community Foundation. Those who purchase a copy of Footnotes

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22
Jan

Summer at ASMSA

Summer programs at ASMSA (Arkansas School for Math, Sciences, and the Arts) offers exciting, camps where rising sophomores can participate in fun and challenging programs focusing on art, mathematics, computer science, and biomedicine. Camps are tuition FREE, and space is limited. Available Camps: NERD C.A.M.P. June Biomedical Summer Sciences Institute July Biomedical Summer Sciences Institute ASMSA Summer Arts Bridge Entrepreneurship

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22
Jan

Chess Tournament Registration

Chess players, you must register this week if you would like to participate in the 2020 Spring NWA Open Chess Tournament, which will be held on Saturday, February 1 at the Don Tyson School of Innovation. See Mr. Henriksen for a registration form. $5 guarantees five matches. New players and non-Chess Club members are welcome. If you have questions, see

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22
Jan

C.H.A.M.P.S Camp Applications

Summer programs at ASMSA (Arkansas School for Math, Sciences, and the Arts) offers exciting, camps where rising sophomores can participate in fun and challenging programs focusing on art, mathematics, computer science, and biomedicine. Camps are tuition FREE, and space is limited. Available Camps: NERD C.A.M.P. June Biomedical Summer Sciences Institute July Biomedical Summer Sciences Institute ASMSA Summer Arts Bridge Entrepreneurship

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22
Jan

M*A*S*H Camp

M*A*S*H, or Medical Applications of Science for Health, is a two-week summer camp that introduces high school students who are currently in the 10th , 11th and 12th grades to health careers. Students selected into the M*A*S*H program shadow five days in a variety of health care locations and learn medical terminology. The participants have hands-on activities to learn medical

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22
Jan

Summer Research Internship

The Center for Diversity Affairs (CDA) at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) will sponsor the summer research internship for interested high school upperclassmen and college students who would like to pursue a career in medicine, pharmacy, biochemistry, biomedical research, pharmacology, public health, or behavioral sciences, with possible additional fields of study based on the availability of the

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22
Jan

Summer Scholars Healthcare Exploration Camp

Saint Louis University’s Summer Scholars Healthcare Exploration Camp is designed to give high school rising sophomores and juniors interested in a future in healthcare an opportunity to gain first-hand experience in the academic programs offered at the college. For more information, check out their website: https://www.slu.edu/doisy/clinics-and-community/dchs-summer-scholars.php To apply for the summer camp or to request additional information, please contact dchssummerscholars@health.slu.edu.

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21
Jan

Journalism Club

Journalism Club will meet in Room 12 after school at 2:30.

21
Jan

Fayetteville’s Youth Advisory Council Survey

The Fayetteville Area Community Foundation’s Youth Advisory Council needs your help! Please take a few minutes to complete the brief, anonymous survey below to help us learn what the greatest needs are for teens in Northwest Arkansas. Results of the survey will provide valuable information as we work to fund and identify local nonprofit organizations who best serve teens in

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