Updated January 19, 2021
Anyone that has an announcement they would like shared with students, staff, or families should email Denise Jones, (email@example.com) A link to daily announcements can be found on the ASE website on the right-hand side under Academy Quick Links.
February 21- Presidents' Day - No School
March 14-18 Spring Break
May 20 last day for students
Attached is a two page document that includes:
- A COVID-19 Screening tool
- Use this to know what symptoms mean to keep your student home.
- This provides information on procedures for students showing symptoms and for close contacts.
SCHOOL INFORMATION - 2021-22 school year
SENIORS-CAP & GOWN ORDER DEADLINE
Deadline to order cap, gown and other items is January 28th. Please contact Mrs. Jones in the school office if you have any questions. All orders must be placed online at
ASE PARKING TAGS
If your student will be driving to school, they must have a parking tag on their car. Car permit applications are in the front office. Please stop by and pick one up. Only those drivers who have an application on file and valid permit may drive to school and park their vehicle on school property. Car permit applications must have a signature from a parent or guardian.
The Academy doors will not open for students until 7:45am. Please do not drop your student off before this time. The custodian needs ample time to sanitize the building and prepare for hand washing before students arrive.
Students will now be asked to sign a tardy log if they are late to school. Students should be in their classroom no later than 8:10. Students that are tardy will have this noted in their attendance.
Link your Kroger Card to the Academy to benefit ASE! It's easy when you enroll in Kroger Community Rewards! To get started, sign up with your Plus Card, select The Academy of Science and Entrepreneurship. Once you're enrolled, you'll earn rewards every time you shop an use your Plus Card! Enroll now for the Kroger Community Rewards Program. Participants must re-enroll each year to continue earning rewards for their chosen organization.
Register online - See instructions attached below
Monroe County Public Library Math & Science Homework Help for Teens.
Mondays, 7pm - 8:30, at the Downtown branch of the public library, in room 2B. The program is run by retired MCCSC math teacher, and further assistance is provided by volunteers, usually from IU. The program is not a tutoring program, and does not require regular attendance. Any student in middle, junior, or high school who needs help with their math and/or science homework can attend any Monday they choose and receive homework help, and like all programs at MCPL, it is free!
Parent-Teacher Network - PTN
Support ASE PTN through Your Amazon Smile Account
The PTN is officially set up as an Amazon Smile recipient! Start your Amazon shopping through smile.amazon.com and a portion of each purchase will be credited to the PTN. Sign up here: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/81-1690146
We believe that students deserve a safe and inspiring school culture and future where there is empathy, respect for one another, and opportunities for all students to grow academically, behaviorally, social, and emotionally. Through the MCCSC’s Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Initiative, our students and teachers will learn and practice social and emotional skills through the use of the Second Step or School-Connect curriculum. Some examples of these skills are: self-awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. Discussions that focus on creating a supportive learning community, developing self-awareness and self-management, building relationships and resolving conflicts, and preparing for college and the workforce are happening throughout the school year. We see application of these skills across home and school and encourage you to talk with your adolescent about what they are learning with Second Step or School-Connect.
See Flyer Below
Carol Berney, LCSW is offering Developing Capable Young People at our New Outlook Counseling Stone Mill office. This is a Parenting Program that is an evidence based program. The main goal of the program is to increase parent's abilities to interact effectively with their children.
See Attached below
MCCSC COLLEGE AND CAREER NEWSLETTER
Attached you will find this MCCSC College and Career Newsletter
MCCSC Community Bulletin Board
If you would like to know more about activities and events for students in our community you can access the MCCSC Community Bulletin Board. Information on the community bulletin board is also shared in Friday emails from MCCSC titled "MCCSC Updates and Announcements".