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Texas School of the Arts intends to apply for federal grant funding for the 2021-2022 school year for the following grant programs:•Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)•Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA)•2020-2023 ARP ESSER III Federal Grant Application•2020-2022 CRRSA ESSER II Federal Grant Application Texas School of the Arts is seeking input from stakeholders as we...
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Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts intends to apply for federal grant funding for the 2021-2022 school year for the following grant programs:•Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)•Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA)•2020-2023 ARP ESSER III Federal Grant Application•2020-2022 CRRSA ESSER II Federal Grant Application The Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts is seeking input from...
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Thursday, July 1, 2021, Fort Worth, TX – Texas Center for Arts + Academics (TCA+A) announced on Thursday afternoon the hiring of Anika Perkins as the new Chief Academic Officer and Deputy Superintendent. Perkins will serve as the lead academics executive for both Texas School of the Arts (TeSA) and Fort Worth Academy of Fine...
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On June 17, 2021, Texas Center for Arts + Academics President/CEO, Paul Gravley announced that all students will return to in-person instruction this fall. Mr. Gravley’s official letter is attached below.
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Know any young aspiring playwrights? Once again, there’s an opportunity for motivated high school playwrights to present their plays in front of a live audience, outside of a school auditorium.  Circle Theatre is back for its 25th year with its High School Playwriting Project. The project was started by Rose Pearson, one of the founders of Circle...
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EDGECLIFF VILLAGE, May 10, 2021 — Texas School of the Arts has been selected for the 2021 Best of Edgecliff Village Award in the Charter School category by the Edgecliff Village Award Program. Each year, the Edgecliff Village Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and...
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Fort Worth, TX – February 23, 2021 Jackson Layton, FWAFA Junior and Thespian President, recently requested a proclamation from Mayor Betsy Price to name March as Theatre in Our Schools Month, a program promoted by the Educational Theatre Association. A current Texas State Thespian Officer (STO), Jackson has joined his fellow STOs in efforts to...
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“I’m so excited to be working with Texas Boys Choir over the next two years. I sang all throughout my boyhood and love the idea of giving new repertoire back to these young singers as they are growing and becoming their best future selves. The new music that we’ll create will resonate with the idea...
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