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The AMS Solve for Tomorrow team met with Senator Mitch McConnell in Washington D.C. on Wednesday 5/16/18. AMS Samsung team was honored by the Mayor and City commissioners. The AMS parade gets ready to go. AMS wins addition $20,000 as the community choice winner. AMS Parade AMS named Samsung Solve for Tomorrow National Champions AMS Samsung Solve for Tomorrow team appears on Good Morning America Wednesday, April 11th. AMS Samsung Solve for Tomorrow presentation team. AMS Samsung team members meet with the Ashland Police Department regarding their project. Samsung Solve for Tomorrow team members present in the rotunda at the Capitol. Congratulations to Ashland Middle School for being named a National Top 10 Finalist in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Competition. Congratulations to Ashland Middle School for being selected as a National Top 10 Finalist in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition.  As a national finalist the school will receive $50,000 in equipment from Samsung. Congratulations to Ashland Middle for being name the Kentucky Winner in the Samsung Solve for tomorrow competition.  As the state winner the school will receive $25,000 in equipment from Samsung. Ashland Middle School robotics team Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles placed second in regional competition. Ashland Middle School Robotics team the Savage Narwhals won first place in the Regional RCX competition.

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Special Education Parent Involvement Survey

The Special Education Parent Involvement Survey is completed electronically.  To complete the survey go to www.kypso.org and click the link for either the English or Spanish version of the survey.

The survey is part of the KDE’s measurement of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) State Performance Plan (SPP) Indicator 8 and is a federal requirement. Of course, it is the parent’s choice to complete the survey, but every parent is encouraged to complete the survey.

The survey is housed at the Human Development Institute (HDI) at the University of Kentucky. HDI will analyze and report results. No identifying information will be collected or reported.  The results will be used to help the KDE and local school districts improve parent involvement.

All School Grounds are Closed

Effective immediately all school grounds of the Ashland Independent Schools are closed to the public due to COVID-19 concerns.

 

 

Food Service Delivery - Update

The Ashland Independent School District Food Service Department will be providing meals during Non-Traditional Instructional Days (NTI). Breakfast and lunch will be provided at no cost to children and teens 18 years and under.  Meals will continue through Friday, April 3, 2020. We will NOT be serving meals during the week of Spring Break April 6th – 10th, 2020.  However, we will resume meal service on April 13th – April 17th at each school and mobile site. Meals will be available at the Ashland Exceptional Early Childhood Center, each elementary school, Ashland Middle School, and Ashland Blazer High School. We will utilize a “drive-through” system where parents can drive up and receive one meal per child.  The child must be present in the car in order to receive a meal.

Board Approved 2019-20 Calendar

On Monday evening, March 23rd, the Board of Education approved the the revised 19-20 Calendar. The last day for students will be May 20th. 

Board Approved 2019-20 Calendar

Information for Families with Students with an IEP

KDE’s Office of Special Education and Early Learning (OSEEL) has issued a letter to parents/families of students with IEPs.  This information is posted on Kentucky’s parent-training information center and the KDE website. If you should have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact Lisa Henson, Director of Student Services, at 606-327-2706.

Information for Families with Students with an IEP

 

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