April 9, 2021
Upcoming Calendar Events
April 4 - 10: National Library Week
April 9, 11 - 16: ILEARN Practice Tests - Make Ups
April 12: National "Drop Everything and Read" (D. E. A. R.) Day
April 13: Pirate Pantry (5:00 - 6:00 pm)
April 15: Parent/Teacher Conferences; Student eLearning Day (students are working remote and do not report to in-person instruction); National Art Day
April 19 - 21: ILEARN Tests (April 22 - 23: Make Ups)
April 26 - 28: ILEARN Tests (April 29 - 30: Make Ups)
ACS 2021 Summer School
ACS is in the process of finalizing plans for the 2021 Summer School program.
The dates and times are listed below for each grade level.
Elementary Schools (K-6) - June 2nd - June 30th (8:30-12:30)
Middle School (7-8) - June 2nd - June 30th (8:30-12:30)
High School (9-12) - June 7th - July 2nd (8:00 - 11:00)
Please complete the form if you are interested in having your child participate.
Buildings have not yet been determined.
Transportation will be provided.
THE INDIANA RESOURCE CENTER FOR AUTISM
Free Family Support Webinar: Monday, April 12
The Indiana Resource Center for Autism will host a free family support webinar on Monday, April 12, titled Building Partnerships with Schools: How to Be an Active Member of Your Child’s Team. Kathryn Orvis, parent, and Kathy Klingerman, autism consultant, will share a road map on how they built a collaborative relationship and provide tips and helpful hints that may work for you. Sign up here or contact Cathy Pratt for more information.
National "Drop Everything and Read" (D. E. A. R.) Day
On April 12, families will be encouraged to take at least 30 minutes to put aside all distractions and enjoy books together.
Need a book?
Please feel free to visit the Anderson Public Library and access books online (and more).
D.E.A.R. Day activities and resources by Reading Rockets (WETA Public Broadcasting, 2021)
AIS Book Fair... Coming Soon!
ACSC Tech Support Line
Anderson Intermediate School
Mission: Our MISSION at ACSC is to inspire, encourage and support every student to achieve at high levels academically, socially, and as responsible citizens.
Vision: Anderson Intermediate School’s Vision is to engage all students in relevant learning experiences that empower students for a successful today and tomorrow.
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