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The search is on for the most talented students at CCAA Walerga.  We’re looking for singers, musical performances, actors, dancers, or any act you feel shows a special talent.

This year’s CCAA 7-12 Talent Show will be on Thursday, March 1 @  6pm in the Cafeteria

Try Out Date is on Thursday, February 8 starting @ 3:15 pm in the music room. The order will be determined by the date the audition form is turned in. Turn in your form to Mr. Seaton by Thursday, February 1.  The Finalists must run through acts on Tuesday February 27th after school and then perform in the annual day and evening Talent Show on Thursday, March 1st!


CCAA Elementary Students, Elementary Dance Company, and 7-12 Dance Company will be performing in the "Enchanted Forest Dance Showcase"January 30th & 31st at 6:00 PM on the Arutas campus.  

A reminder to dancers: call time is 5:30! (all students arrive to cafeteria and find their classes – class names will be posted on cafeteria walls)


The next Arutas spirit day, February 2nd, will be Neon Day.  Wear your brightest colors to stand out in the crowd!


Student Leaders have been working hard on planning CCAA's High School Winter Dance (Theme: Sweethearts) which will be held on Friday, February 2nd from 7:00-10:00 pm. This is our second high school dance of the year.

Here is a list of desired donations (a portion of specific items may be donated)

- Eggs (5 dozens) for deviled eggs.

- 4 bags of single serving mixed chips.

- 2-liter soda (Strawberry, Sprite, Root beer, Coke) one of each.

- 2 cases of mini water bottles

- 1 large bags of ice

- Sugar cookies (2 dozens)

- Mini cupcakes (3 dozens)

- Pink lemonade mix

- Chocolate fountain (To be borrowed)

- Red/White/Pink standard balloons

- red/pink paper plates

- red/pink plastic cups

- red/pink napkins

Please contact Mr. Murillo (raul.murillo@twinriversusd.org) if you would like to donate.

Student leaders truly appreciate your support!


Ms. Fischer is requesting parent volunteers to assist with ushering students on and off stage for The Enchanted Forest Dance Showcase and other show-related duties, January 30 & 31.  Visit our Volunteer Opportunities page or this SignUp link to pick your slot!


Playbill is calling on students to work together on a service project that promotes positive change in their hometown or community and CCAA has answered this call! The attached CCAA video was submitted in hopes to become a finalist for a chance to win the performance rights to the first amateur production of Newsies! 

Watch CCAA's video about the elementary site Canned Food Drive, then like the Tweet to help CCAA win the Seize the Day competition!

Mr. Pham's tweet



Please help us make this year's Silent Auction a success!  We are requesting that each class put together a “gift card” basket to be auctioned off at our crab feed on February 10, 2018. Any dollar amount gift card would be appreciated as long as the card is labeled. 

  • K - Coffee Lovers (examples: Starbucks, Dutch Brothers, etc.)
  • 1st – Family activities (examples: Mini Golf, movies, etc.)
  • 2nd – Pets (examples: Petco, Grooming salons, etc.)
  • 3rd – Fast food (examples: McDonalds, Taco Bell, etc.)
  • 4th – Date Night (examples: Movie tickets, restaurants, etc.)
  • 5th – Treats (examples: See’s candy, Leatherby’s, etc.)
  • 6th – Grocery stores (examples: Costco, Safeway, etc.)
  • 7th – Online Shopping (examples: Amazon, Itunes, etc.)
  • 8th – Car Lovers (examples: Quick Quack car wash, Kragen Auto Parts, etc.)
  • 9th- Family Friendly Restaurants (examples: Chipotle, Old Spaghetti Factory, etc.)
  • 10th – Household items (examples: Target, Walmart, etc.)
  • 11th – Crafts (examples: Michael’s, Hobby Lobby, etc.)              
  • 12th – Sports (examples: Dick’s, Big 5, REI, etc.)

Please have all donations to your child's homeroom teacher no later than January 31st


From Ms. Fischer:  "I am inviting two parents to help clean the dance rooms each week, one at the Walerga site and one at the Arutas site, to earn volunteer hours.  I may have other projects/tasks related to dance department performances, etc. that you can help with too."

Visit our Volunteer Opportunities page to sign up!


The program Wellness Through the Arts hosts an annual competition where students enter works of art to be showcased at Sac State as well as to receive up to a $1000 reward.  Visit https://www.wtasacramento.com/2018-wta-sacramento-essay-visual-ar to learn more and to submit your entry before January 28th!

  • High School Yearbooks are discounted to $45 through January 19th! Visit Jostens to order yours today. 
  • Senior Ads are also available for purchase.  Recognize your beloved Senior in the yearbook by visiting Jostens "Yearbook Recognition Ads" page
  • Junior High Yearbooks are on sale for $35!  Visit Jostens to order yours today. 
  • Please note that no yearbooks will be sold after the order deadline (tentatively May 18).

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