ACA Families, The below information is forwarded from the City of Surprise Human Service and Community Vitality office. We are not affiliated with any of these resources, rather we just want to forward them to you in case you find any of them helpful during this time. Friends & Partners, We wish you all health and safety as we begin a new week in our beautiful community. Here are some great resources: · Employment Assistance – There are businesses and organizations stil
The Teachers and Staff are Committed to Offering their Students Plenty of Learning Opportunities During the Statewide School Closure When Governor Doug Ducey and Superintendent Kathy Hoffman recently announced that schools throughout Arizona would be closed for the remainder of the school year due to the current situation with COVID-19, the teachers and staff at Arizona Charter Academy in Surprise knew they had to continue offering educational opportunities to their students.
April 10, 2020 Dear Parents/Guardians, I have never been prouder to be a part of the ACA community. This new strange reality is not the ending of the school year that we had anticipated or wanted, but you all have risen to the occasion and taken this challenge head on. I know that we are all processing the move to remote learning and working from home. And while our campus may be closed, it is only the closure of a physical space, not of the community, mission, and work th
Frequently Asked Questions General Questions: Is the ACA Office open during the campus closure? At this time, the ACA office is available by phone (623-974-4959) and phones are being answered. You can also reach out to us via our website at https://www.azcharter.com/contact. While the campus is closed, however, we are not able to have any walk-ins or visitors. How will parents get spring pictures if they already ordered? At this time, the Lifetouch offices have not been deeme