NTI - Tuesday, January 18, 2022
ACSchools will be on NTI (Virtual) schedule Tuesday, January 18, 2022, due to inclement weather and cold temperatures. We will utilize an 8am - 3pm schedule. Please contact your school if you need assistance. 
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No Matter the Weather, Anderson County Teachers and Students Stick Together
LAWRENCEBURG, Ky-- As the winter weather continues to impact our area, many of us recall fond childhood memories of snow days off of school spent lazing about our homes, sporadically going outside to play in the snow. When we would return to school, our teachers would spend time refreshing our memories on our most recent lessons before continuing on to new content. We all loved those snow days, but what we did not enjoy were the warm summer days tacked on to the end of the school year that had to be used as make-up days. The warm breeze wafting through the classroom window seemed to call louder than the snow ever did.
 
Message from Superintendent Mitchell - Updated Guidance from CDC and KDHP
As you know, the CDC and Public Health released new Covid-19 guidance for schools this week.  I've been in consultation with our local Health Department, KDE and Cumberland Family Medical.  The Education Commissioner also held a webex for superintendents yesterday that included consultation with Dr. Connie White.  The new guidance has several changes and we have updated the Test to Stay document, put together a summary of changes document and provided the attachments below.
 
Information Regarding Cancellation, Delays, and Early Dismissal
Winter weather conditions sometimes prompt Anderson County Schools to alter routines or schedules in the district. All schedule changes due to inclement weather are posted on ACSchools.net as well as shared via Facebook , Twitter, and through the local media.
 
Toys For Joy: Update

LAWRENCEBURG, Ky.-- A little before 11 a.m. this morning, two Anderson County buses rolled out of Lawrenceburg heading toward Lexington. This is the second such trip, both with the same mission: to deliver joy. In total, Anderson County students, parents, and community members have donated enough toys, clothing, toiletries, and other necessities to fill three buses from top to bottom, front to back, and underneath-- all to help our fellow Kentuckians left devastated after last weekend’s tornados. This overwhelming display of kindness is what happens when our community is given the call to action to come together to help those in need. Giving is at the heart of Anderson County.



 
Because I Said I Would
What is a promise? Is it a statement? Is it a value? Is it something with only good intentions or does an action follow it? What does it truly mean to promise something to someone or to some entity?
 
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    No Matter the Weather, Anderson County Teachers and Students Stick Together
    LAWRENCEBURG, Ky-- As the winter weather continues to impact our area, many of us recall fond childhood memories of snow days off of school spent lazing about our homes, sporadically going outside to play in the snow. When we would return to school, our teachers would spend time refreshing our memories on our most recent lessons before continuing on to new content. We all loved those snow days, but what we did not enjoy were the warm summer days tacked on to the end of the school year that had to be used as make-up days. The warm breeze wafting through the classroom window seemed to call louder than the snow ever did.
     
    Message from Superintendent Mitchell - Updated Guidance from CDC and KDHP
    As you know, the CDC and Public Health released new Covid-19 guidance for schools this week.  I've been in consultation with our local Health Department, KDE and Cumberland Family Medical.  The Education Commissioner also held a webex for superintendents yesterday that included consultation with Dr. Connie White.  The new guidance has several changes and we have updated the Test to Stay document, put together a summary of changes document and provided the attachments below.
     
    Information Regarding Cancellation, Delays, and Early Dismissal image Information Regarding Cancellation, Delays, and Early Dismissal
    Winter weather conditions sometimes prompt Anderson County Schools to alter routines or schedules in the district. All schedule changes due to inclement weather are posted on ACSchools.net as well as shared via Facebook , Twitter, and through the local media.
     
    Toys For Joy: Update

    LAWRENCEBURG, Ky.-- A little before 11 a.m. this morning, two Anderson County buses rolled out of Lawrenceburg heading toward Lexington. This is the second such trip, both with the same mission: to deliver joy. In total, Anderson County students, parents, and community members have donated enough toys, clothing, toiletries, and other necessities to fill three buses from top to bottom, front to back, and underneath-- all to help our fellow Kentuckians left devastated after last weekend’s tornados. This overwhelming display of kindness is what happens when our community is given the call to action to come together to help those in need. Giving is at the heart of Anderson County.



     
    Because I Said I Would
    What is a promise? Is it a statement? Is it a value? Is it something with only good intentions or does an action follow it? What does it truly mean to promise something to someone or to some entity?
     
    Mobilizing Hope for Mayfield

    LAWRENCEBURG, Ky-- As the details continue to emerge about the devastation of the tornados that ravaged much of western Kentucky in the late evening hours on Friday, Dec.10, 2021, and into the morning hours of Saturday, Dec.11, 2021, we at Anderson County Schools (like most of our community) have felt more and more heavy-hearted. The images are hard to look at-- chaos and rubble where bright and bustling community life once existed. Federal agencies as well as local fire and emergency services have already been mobilized to render aid to the Mayfield, Ky. community hardest hit by the tornado.

     
    Beginning Wednesday, November 3, 2021, ACSchools will be moving into the “Yellow Tier” of our masking plan
    Covid-19 Student Update* 11.01.2021 for AC Schools

    In Isolation - 3 (0.07 percent of student population)
    In Quarantine - 10 (0.24 percent of student population)

    Anderson County Health Department Is Reporting 35 positive community Covid-19 cases as of 11/01/2021  (Note: 35 is 0.0015 percent of Anderson County’s population of 22, 959)

     
    20-21 Assessment Update from Bobby Murphy - Director of Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment
    Anderson County Schools invites our community to inspect the following 2020-2021 School Year Assessment Update information.  It's no secret, the past couple of school years have proven to bring extraordinary challenges for students, families, and staff.  Anderson County Schools is utilizing the information gained from our 2020-2021 assessments as an important “temperature check” that allows us to better track and address student recovery. The results will be used to help direct COVID-related recovery efforts supported by state and federal relief funds. We owe it to our students to use every piece of information we have to help them succeed.  Thank you for your time and partnership as we continue to strengthen our education system together.
     
    Masking Information - Updated 9/15/2021
    Read below to see a letter from Superintendent Mitchell concerning the updated masking plan for Anderson County Schools.

    Anderson County Students, Parents and Staff,
         I would like to thank each of you for your help keeping our schools safe and open during this challenging time.  The last several weeks have proven to be difficult with the increased number of Covid positive cases and quarantines within our community.
     
    Message from Superintendent Mitchell - TikTok Challenge

    Parents and Guardians, you may have heard of the recent TikTok “Devious Licks” challenge in September encouraging students to vandalize school property. Please be aware that news sources are reporting that the trend is continuing, on a month to month basis, with new concerning challenges emerging. Parents, guardians and families can help prevent incidents by being aware of their student's access to social media accounts as well as reminding students through conversations at home about being respectful to others, their property and making good decisions.  Reminding students of the consequences that may come from inappropriate actions if participating in destruction challenges also provides the same clear message at home that they are receiving at school.  We appreciate all of the support that we receive from our parents and guardians. 


    I was recently asked several questions by The Anderson News concerning the TikTok challenge and how it has affected us. Follow the link above to see those questions answered as well as links to resources to help parents/guardians with social media questions. 

     
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