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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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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.

Last Day for Students and Graduation set for May 23, 2019

Mark your calendars.  The last day for students for the 2018-19 school year is Thursday, May 23, 2019.  Paul G. Blazer High School Senior Graduation will take place that evening.  A copy of the revised district calendar can be found at the top of the page under OUR DISTRICT.

Title I Information

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ATHLETIC CALENDAR NOW ONLINE

The athletic department is now using Eventlink to share all sport athletic calendars.  Click on the link under the athletics tab to access online. You can also follow the athletic calendars through Eventlink webpage or app.

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