AAA Elementary Temporary Transition to Remote Learning

Out of an abundance of caution, AAA Elementary will temporarily transition to remote learning with multiple students and staff members self-quarantining.  The remote learning period will begin on Monday, Sept. 21, 2020 and last through Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020. Students and staff members will return on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020. Instruction will occur as it did during the remote learning period at the beginning of the school year before non-HVA students returned to in-person learning. Families who may have any questions are invited to contact their student’s teacher and principal.

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Visual Art

Visual Arts


Magnet students in PreK through fifth grade explore weekly various visual art techniques and artists. The goal of art education at the Academy is to guide students toward purposeful artistic expression and informed artistic response. The Visual Arts program is a discipline-based curriculum with content standards addressing History, Criticism, Aesthetics, and Production. The curriculum is designed to develop perceptual awareness, to encourage students to value art as an important realm of human experience, to have students recognize relationships between art and other disciplines, to produce works of art appropriate to developmental ages of students, and to enable students to make and justify statements and judgments about artwork.


Magnet middle school students will interview with the Arts instructor at the beginning of each year and answer brief questions to demonstrate abilities in advanced art techniques. Students have opportunities to show their art in exhibits, competitions, and special events during the year.