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Covid School Operation Plan for Ashland Independent Schools

As we enter the middle of September, I wanted to share our current plan for face coverings.  Please understand that the plan may change with updated information from the CDC, the Kentucky Department of Education, Kentucky Department of Public Health, Boyd County Health Department, and the Governor.  We are committed to monitoring the spread of COVID-19 and its variants and will timely notify our school community should our current plan require reconsideration.

The Kentucky Education Commissioner, Dr. Jason E. Glass, advised Superintendents across the state on July 12, 2021 that decisions related to COVID-19 mitigation strategies rest with individual

Sean Howard
Superintendent
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News & Announcements

CARES GIVING TREE

The CAReS Giving Tree will be taking applications for qualifying families from October 18th - November 5th.  Please see the flyer for more information. 

Now Taking applications for Virtual Learners!

The Ashland Independent School District is now taking applications for students who wish to participate in the Virtual Learning Experience from September 20, 2021 until December 17, 2021.  Families who wish to remain in-person do not need to apply.  Even though you may have completed an interest survey at your school this weekend, you still must complete this application by 4:00 pm on Wednesday, September 15th to be enrolled in the virtual program.  The link can be found here:  https://forms.gle/Ve85z6QgtbEH8yiJ9

MEAL SERVICE FOR VIRTUAL STUDENTS!!!

Beginning Monday, September 20th, 2021 Ashland Independent School District will provide a virtual instructional platform in addition to the current in-person option.  As a result, meal distribution will change for virtual learners.  Students choosing the in-person instructional model will continue to be served at each school and will have access to one free breakfast and one free lunch each day at their school.  In-person students may continue to place money on their account and purchase ala carte items.  To minimize contact, cafeterias will NOT have change on site.

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