High School Assembly Tour next stop Arizona with the Phoenix Army Recruiting Battalion!

High School Assembly Tour next stop Arizona with the Phoenix Army Recruiting Battalion!

Phoenix Army Recruiting Battalion to celebrate local high school and sports teams with athletic style competitions & high energy pep rally style assemblies!

U.S. Army Back to School tour arrives in Phoenix, Tucson, Bullhead City areas for the week of September 17th -21, delivering interactive, educational and entertaining assembly events to local high schools.  This unique program will deliver athletic style competitions and adrenaline pumping assemblies throughout the week. Arizona area high schools scheduled to host include:

BRING YOUR ‘A GAME’ TO SCHOOL– (SCHOOL WIDE, PEP ASSEMBLIES)

  • Cholla High School – Monday, September 17- 9:00 a.m.
  • Mohave High School – Tuesday, September 18- 10:00 a.m.
  • Lee Williams High School – Tuesday, September 18- 2:00 p.m.

SWAG ATHLETIC CHALLENGE– (PE CLASS TAKEOVER EVENTS)

  • Desert View High School– SWAG Athletic Challenge- Wed., Sept. 19
  • Westwood High School – SWAG Athletic Challenge- Thursday, Sept. 20
  • Central High School – SWAG Athletic Challenge – Friday, Sept. 21

The Phoenix area high schools will host a wide array of events, courtesy of the Phoenix Army Recruiting Battalion, featuring the following educational and entertainment-based programs:

  • SWAG athletic based competition for sports teams, and competitions for PE classes. SWAG provides high-impact events, that push student-athletes to the next level. The SWAG Challenge also promotes the 3Cs – competition, character and college!
  • BRING YOUR ‘A GAME’ TO SCHOOL™ action sports mobile teams that inspire and educate students on what it means to bring your ‘A Game’, focusing on the core “A’s” of education: Anti-Bullying, personal Achievement, maximizing your Ability, staying Active, being Authentic, and having the right Attitude.

For more information on U.S. Army Back to School events and dates, please contact kurt@aganation.com or visit  http://www.aganation.com/media/

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