Academy Daily Announcements
Updated October 26, 2020
Anyone that has an announcement they would like shared with students, staff, or families should email Denise Jones, (firstname.lastname@example.org) A link to daily announcements can be found on the ASE website on the right-hand side under Academy Quick Links.
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 should be in their classroom no later than 8:10. Students that are tardy will have this noted in their attendance.
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All CDC Guidance will be followed. Face coverings with exhalation valves or vents will not be worn. COVID-19 information is listed in our student handbook.
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.
Meal Distribution- See Flyer Below
Free school meals - See Letter and Flyer below
October 29 PSAT Testing (group 2 students) see info below
November 3 - No School Election Day
November 23-27 No School Thanksgiving Break
December 9-10 Flu clinic at ASE
December 21- January 1 - No School Winter Break
January 4 - School Resumes
PTN Meeting-October 8 5:30-6:30 Via Zoom Follow Link Below
ASE Sophomore and Junior Families, PSAT TESTING
PSAT testing is free for all sophomores and juniors in the State of Indiana. The PSAT provides students with valuable practice before taking the SAT and is also a National Merit Scholarship qualifying exam for juniors.
The PSAT will be administered to sophomores and juniors on Wednesday October 14 (Group 1 students) and Thursday, October 29 (Group 2 students).
Are you a sophomore or junior who is online-only and want to take the PSAT? You can join us on one of the above dates. Use this link to sign up: https://forms.gle/8AdzrNaKv1hZGXNw7
Testing will be in-person at the Academy and precautions will be taken to make sure the environment is safe for everyone. Please bring your own sharpened pencils, erasers, and calculator. Masks are required.
Please feel free to contact Mrs. Hostetler with any questions at (812)330-2480 x51268 or email@example.com.
Flu Clinic will be held at ASE December 10th. Forms are available in the classroom or in the ASE office. Paperwork deadline is November 10th. Time of clinic will be determined at a later date. Contact the school office if you have any questions.
NOVEMBER 1st DEADLINE
Just a reminder that the Nov. 1 deadline to apply for admission and receive maximum consideration for scholarships at many schools is fast approaching. Some schools that follow this deadline are: Purdue West Lafayette, IU Bloomington, Rose-Hulman, and Butler.
IVY TECH ASAP OPEN HOUSE
Interested in getting an Associate's Degree in just 11 months? Attend a virtual ASAP Open House on November 5th or January 28, 2021. See the attached flyer for additional details.
ASE FINANCIAL AID NIGHT
ASE will be hosting a virtual financial aid night on Monday, Nov. 9th at 6 PM. Stay tuned for more details!
New Counselor at ASE (See Photo Below)
My name is Brooke Hostetler and I feel privileged to introduce myself as the new counselor at the Academy. I would like to take this opportunity to tell you a little about myself both professionally and personally.
I have 17 years of experience as a high school counselor. I’ve spent that time working in a large school setting with hundreds of students in my caseload alongside a team of counselors. The Academy will be very different than what I’m used to, and I’m excited to be a part of this close-knit and unique environment.
I’ve lived in Monroe County my entire life. I began school at Unionville Elementary and eventually graduated from Edgewood High School. I stayed in Bloomington for college and went on to earn my bachelor’s and master’s degrees at IU. I have been married to my husband, Steve, for almost 18 years and we have 3 kids, Chase, Grey, and Brynn. We also have 2 dogs, Spencer and Wilson, and two Guinea pigs, Rosie and Butterscotch. My favorite TV show of all time is The Office, but you are much more likely catching me reading than watching TV. I can’t tell you my favorite book, because I love so many, but I am currently reading a fantasy series by Sabaa Tahir that is excellent! nu9
I will finish by saying that I think teenagers are awesome; they’re funny, creative, and inspiring. That said, I am so excited to get to know everyone!! I know beginning the school year online will be very different, but I promise to work hard to get to know you and help you reach your goals despite the challenges of virtual learning.
Please feel free to call me or email me with questions or just to introduce yourself. Here's to an excellent 20-21 school year!
Academy of Science and Entrepreneurship
444 S. Patterson Drive
Bloomington, IN 47403
(812) 330-2480 x 53775
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Art Club will be offered online - Starting Wed. Aug 19th 3-4 PM
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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.
Parent-Teacher Network - PTN
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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".