ASD Weekly Community Bulletin
News and Events from the Anacortes School District
On the calendar
- ASD@Home Virtual Open House - Sept 23 at 6 p.m.
- October 15: School Board Meeting
Meals for Students
Meals must be ordered each week for the following week's pick-up days.
To ORDER MEALS, CLICK HERE!
To see locations and times for deliveries, CLICK HERE!
FOR CURRENT MENU, CLICK HERE
Events may have changed or been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Please check with organizers before attending or registering.
Shell Fueling Education Virtual Fun Run & Walk
Save the date! The Shell Puget Sound Refinery 6th annual Fueling Education Fun Run & Walk is going virtual!
Register for the race at databarevents.com/fuelingeducation beginning August 17th then run or walk 2+ miles ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD any time September 1st - 30th and you've done it! All proceeds from your registration, sponsorship and donations will support Anacortes students' needs and changes related to Covid-19.
Registration Fee: $10 per person
ASD Staff & Students Registration Fee: $5 per person
Each week you will have the chance to win some cool prizes by entering our photo theme contests with challenges including:
**Safety First! Most reflective/visible outfit Picture
**Best Costume Picture
**Coolest Selfie with Wildlife Picture
Eligible photos can be shared in the event page, posted with #ShellFunRun2020 or emailed to email@example.com.
Each week’s winner will be selected by ASF board members and announced every Monday on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, so follow us on social media and keep an eye out!
A Grand prize will be drawn randomly from all registrations and it will be a great prize, so make sure to register! We will also be selecting a 1st & 2nd runner up so you have 3 chances to win some awesome prizes! These winners will be announced in early October, so stay tuned!
The Anacortes School District Grant Competition is back! All Anacortes School District students, teachers, or administrative staff are eligible to participate. When you register, be sure to select the school in the Anacortes School District where you work or which school your children attend to help your school win! The school with the highest percentage of their student body that participates in this race highly influences this grant, from Shell Puget Sound Refinery, of $5,000 to benefit that school.
For more information about this year's Fueling Education Fun Run, visit our website at www.asfkids.org/funrun or follow ASF on social media!
ACT - Class Act session for K-2 students
Kindergarten - 2nd grade
Tuesdays and Thursdays
October 6th - November 13th
4:00 - 4:40 pm
Class Title: FAIRY TALE MIX UP
Our storyteller dropped her book and all of the fairy tales fell out and got mixed together! Well, the audience is here, so she'll read them anyway and see what happens! In this class, each student will get to have fun playing multiple fairy tale characters as they learn a short script and perform it at the end of each class. These short performances will be recorded and edited into a final video that will be provided to each actor at the end of the class. Each day of class, students will also have the chance to play fun theatre games and work on their acting skills. This class will be offered online via Zoom.
To register: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?class=anact
Or call Willow McLaughlin @ 360-395-8107
Anacortes Boys & Girls Club Enrollment Info
Join the Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County for iClubhouse!
Could your child use some fun and a chance to socialize? Register them for iClubhouse where they can try their hand at being an artist, a scientist, a dancer, or a world traveler while connecting with staff and other members in real-time via Zoom. It is available for anyone grades 1st-12th. We have members joining from as far as Arizona. It's free for current Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County members, and new members only need to pay a $5 application processing fee. Register your child at www.iclubhouse.org
Dogs on Call - Volunteer Opportunity - We need YOU and YOUR PET to help kids in need with Dogs on Call! If you are interested, click on the flyer!
All fourth graders are eligible to see America’s natural wonders and historic sites for free through the Every Kid Outdoors Program! This program provides fourth graders and their families access to public lands (NATIONAL PARKS, FORESTS, WILDLIFE AREAS, BLM, ETC.) for one year. Passes can be printed and brought with the child on their park visit. Encourage fellow educators, parents and friends with fourth graders to download their Every Kid Outdoors pass today!
Reading tutor available in Anacortes. Can work with grades 1st and up. I have taken children's literacy classes and am currently working toward a BA in Elementary Education. Can provide references upon request. Call or text Tia Austin at 360-982-9170
Skagit Parent to Parent: Support for families of children with developmental disabilities and ongoing mental health needs.
Nondiscrimination: The Anacortes School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination:
Shannon Gilbert, Section 504/ ADA Coordinator, (360) 503-1433, firstname.lastname@example.org
Connie Sheridan, Civil Rights, RCW, Title IX Coordinator, (360) 503-1221, email@example.com
Written complaints to: 2200 M Avenue, Anacortes, WA 98221
The Anacortes School District provides interpretation services upon request as needed. Please contact the Student Support Services Department for more information: (360) 503-1216.