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Summer Feed Program 2019 Summer Feed Logo

The Ashland Independent School District is excited to announce our participation in the Kentucky Summer Food Program!  The Summer Food Program provides free meals to children and teens 18 years and under.  The program kicks off on Monday, June 3rd and concludes on Friday, August 8, 2019.  Crabbe Elementary will be the primary location open all summer.  Crabbe will serve breakfast from 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. and lunch from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.  Hager Elementary and Ashland Middle School will also provide meals at various times throughout the summer.  The CAT-Mobile will also take to the road on June 3rd and make stops throughout the city of Ashland until July 31, 2019. 

We encourage our families to take advantage of the 2019 Summer Food Program.  For additional information regarding specific dates for each location, meal service times, menus, and the CAT-Mobile schedule, please access the links below.    

If you have questions concerning the program, please contact Linda Calhoun at 327-2706.  Thank you and have a wonderful summer break!

FRYSC Reconfiguration Better Meets Student needs Red ribbon cutting ceremony for the new youth service center now housed at Paul Blazer High School.

The Kentucky Family Resource Youth Services Centers (FRYSC) strive to remove barriers in the lives of students to help them reach their full potential by relieving stressors that could be impacting their academic performance. Since opening in the early 1990s, Ashland Youth Services Center (AYSC) took care of the nearly 1700 students at both Ashland Middle School (AMS) and Paul Blazer High School (PBHS) under one grant with staff at both schools under one coordinator. In the late spring of 2018, the State of Kentucky offered to fund Family Resource and Youth Services Centers (FRYSC) for schools that did not have one and to fund stand-alone FRYSC covering multiple schools that were able to show student need. AYSC applied for the grant and was approved for reconfiguration, giving both PBHS and AMS stand-alone Youth Services Centers.