Curriculum Nightis designed for parents and guardians. Please make child care arrangements for your students.
Thursday, August 25
5:30 - 5:50 Building G
6:00 - 6:40 Classroom Session I
6:45 - 7:05 Classroom Session II
7:10 - 7:30 Classroom Session III
We will start in Building G (the theater at the south end of campus). Doors will open at 5:15 pm and the program begins at 5:30 pm. After remarks from the Headmaster and staff, we will move to the classrooms in Building C to learn about the rich topics students will be exploring this year, as well as addressing all the nuts and bolts of procedures and communication. For the sake of our multi-student families, we are dividing the classroom time into three session, the first session being approximately 40 minutes, while the next two session will be a shorter 20 minute session. Specials Teachers will be doing short presentations during the second and third sessions ONLY so that parents can gain a better understanding of what their students will be learning, as well as the expectations, in these subjects.
The Specials Teachers will be located in the following rooms:
Mrs. Krause/Ms. Klopfenstein/Mr. Lang
Room 304 (Pink Street)
Mrs. Olsen/Mrs. Bagley
Room 319 (at the top of the hill of building C)
Mrs. Brugere/Mrs. Fee
Room 324 (Red Street)
Ms. Miller/Mr. Waugh
You are welcome to visit any or all of the Specials Teachers presentations over the course of the evening.
Archway Classical Academy - North Phoenix is a state-chartered public K-5 school offering a classical liberal arts education that will prepare students to enter a Great Hearts Academy in middle school. Archway - North Phoenix is among the first truly classical Core Knowledge primary schools in Arizona. Each student will be provided with a durable foundation in Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geometry, Science, and Social Studies, in addition to meaningful and substantive work and play in French, Fine Arts, P.E., and competitive chess.
The mission of Archway North Phoenix is to develop the academic potential and virtuous character in each student through the use of a content-rich, rigorous curriculum, with a special emphasis on the cultural heritage of the Western Civilization.
Pursuant to A.R.S. §38-431.02, all notices of the governing board meetings will be posted at the school site and are available here.
Headmaster Update Aug 19
Dear ANP Families and Friends,
I enjoyed speaking to many of you during our 1st Headmaster Coffee of the year this week and look forward to doing it again later in the quarter.
Please mark your calendars for our annual Curriculum Night, taking place Thursday, August 25th. We will begin inBuilding G, introducing our administration staff, our Specials Teachers and hear about information regarding our new location. Curriculum Night is a significant event as we start each school year. It is a chance for parents to hear from school leadership about the mission and vision of the school, spend some time in your child's classroom as a "student", hear more about the role of our Specials classes, and meet other parents sharing the same adventure. It is a time for you to come with questions about classroom procedures and policies and to be energized and excited about the year ahead. We are humbled by the opportunity to be part of your children's education and look forward to sharing this evening with you