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Science of Dance at Flagstaff Academy with Apex Dance!

Flagstaff Academy has been enjoying artist-in-residence at Flagstaff Academy Charter School - Apex Dance founder, David Reuille, who is working with K-3rd grade students on the Science of Dance! For two weeks, as part of a Xilinx "Educational Ecosystems" grant with Think 360 Arts, Reuille and dancer Elise Zanotti, work with the students on various aspects of science and it's relationship to dance, as part of the school's overall Core Knowledge, science and technology-focused curriculum and dedication to the arts. In addition, they have been holding open studios every morning and the last time Reuille visited the school, pieces from the open studio ended up in one of this company's performances. 
 

The residency "goes toward developing the whole child and not just the academic or what we perceive to be the technology side of education," says Wayne Granger, Flagstaff Academy's Executive Director. "The ability to be expressive and creative — to be successful and interested in the arts — can improve academic success."

Flagstaff Academy: TECH Wave of the Future

Flagstaff Academy has been featured in the Longmont Times-Call 2016 Back-to-School article "TECH: the wave of the future." Flagstaff Academy has been a leader in technology-focused education since it began and our approach keeps growing with the times. This year alone, we've added an Innovations Teacher, who will be teaching a variety of computer science, programming, and other technology skills to K-8 grade students; all of our classrooms now have 70" interactive touch screen monitors for enhanced technology-focused teaching; we will also have SMART Tables, interactive learning centers in our K-2 grades, LMC, and Elementary Tech Lab. 

As new apps become available, students will be able to share their Chromebook screens wirelessly with the class and collaborate with their classmates through technology. We also know that our innovative staff will find even more ways to leverage these amazing tools to make the Flagstaff Academy experience one-of-a-kind. This nearly $300,000 investment is possible due to the savings from our bond refinance in June.

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Flagstaff Academy "Can" Do Attitude: School is Named Top Colorado School in National Aluminum Can Recycling Challenge

Summer might be here, but that doesn't mean we don't have great news to share! We proud to announce that Flagstaff Academy has been named the top school in Colorado in the Can Manufacturers Institute National Aluminum Can Recyling Challenge! Flagstaff Academy recycled 3237 pounds of aluminum cans, topping the Colorado Leader Board in the challenge. Flagstaff students recycled 3.82 pounds of aluminum cans per student and will be awarded a check in the amount of $1,000 by the Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI), the organization which sponsors the yearly challenge. The money will be used toward continuing to support the school's sustainability and Earth Day programs in the coming year. We're so proud of our Dragons, who show every day how much they care!

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