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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. 

ACMS First Day Of School Information 2021-21
Below is a link to the information for ACMS students and parents concerning the 2021-22 school year.  This information was provided in the packet received during open house appointments.   The revision has been made to include the mask requirement per the Governor's Executive Order on August 10, 2021 requiring all people inside a Kentucky school to wear a mask, unless identified by the exemptions listed in the Executive Order.

ACMS doors will open at 7:30 AM.  Students need to arrive before 7:50 AM.  Car rider drop off and bus rider information is included in the link below on page 3 along with afternoon dismissal information.  If you are bringing your child to school, please use either of the two lanes in the back parking lot and pull forward until the traffic stops.  Students will need to go to one of the two staff members in order to cross traffic.  Each entrance is marked for a specific grade level.  To keep traffic flowing efficiently, please do not stop at a specific entrance to let your child out.  We will get them to the correct entrance by walking on the sidewalk.  

Students will report to their advisory class when they arrive each morning.  ACMS staff members will be located at each entrance to help each child know where their advisory class is located.

We look forward to seeing each student  tomorrow morning.  Thank you for your support as we begin a new school year.

Message from Superintendent Mitchell - Updated 11/19/2020

Schedule Following Thanksgiving Break:

Anderson County Schools will be moving to districtwide NTI (virtual instruction for all) beginning Monday, November 30th through Friday, December 18th. See information below.School will be in session Thursday, November 19th and Friday, November 20th. Students will receive any needed materials for the NTI period on Friday, November 20th. 

(Note: According to the Governors order, elementary schools may return to in person instruction after December 7th if the community is not in red. Please watch for further information if this is the case)

2022 ACHS Overseas Trip
This opportunity includes our current 8th-graders, as they will be ACHS students at the time of the trip.  
Welcome Back to School Grade Level Videos
Each grade level group of teachers at ACMS have created a welcome back video for all students and parents to start the 2020-21 school year with a new look.  Our classrooms will look different to students when they arrive back in-person, even though it will not be on Sept. 8th.  We are very excited for the first day of school and we understand there are some challenges that we will all experience along the way as we navigate through our first 14 days online.  We hope you enjoy their welcome vidoes and we can't wait to see each of you again very soon.


SBDM Council:
 The ACMS Site-Based Decision-Making Council is responsible for making decisions, which directly relate to the safety and curriculum of our school. The Council is made up of one administrator, three teachers, and two parents.
We welcome and encourage all parents and teachers to participate in our SBDM monthly meetings.  
 2021-22 Council Members are:
Abidah Bryant - Parent Member
Kim Chrisman - Teacher Member
Sarah Cooper - Parent Member
Granville Hayes - Teacher Member
Courtney Wells - Teacher Member

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