Although current information is rapidly changing about the coronavirus, the following is accurate as of today: Asheville City Schools has been working with Buncombe County Health and Human Services as well as MAHEC to prevent the spread of all diseases across our school district, including the coronavirus. And, above all else, please stay home, stay safe, and stay connected! All fall semester and year long classes will factor into our 12 Graders’ GPA. As some families may know, College Board is set to administer the SAT in the main building of the Asheville High School/SILSA campus tomorrow morning. As you know, elementary schoolers received two-week packets before leaving on March 13th. Elementary students will be taking home packets complete with reading selections/activities, math worksheets as well as other other core content. However, should you need additional Tech Support, please enter a new request at, Regarding our breakfast and lunch services, we began our Food Distribution Sites today. If your child attends Isaac Dickson, Claxton or Ira B. Jones, your packet pick-up location will be Isaac Dickson Elementary School located at 125 Hill Street. Alternatively, students may select to report a passing (PC19) or withdrawal (WC19) mark as their final grade. This means we are serving meals as normal each Monday - Thursday, and students receive double meals on Thursdays. In concert with Buncombe County, today Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer signed a State of Emergency proclamation for the City of Asheville, based on the public health emergency posed by COVID-19. Good Afternoon Seniors, Staff and Families. Please know that we are continuing to collaborate with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, and while there are still many unanswered questions, for today, I can share: Students in 9th, 10th or 11th Grade, will be given a choice as to how they would like for each final course grade to appear on their transcript for the Spring term of both year-long classes and semester courses. Isaac Dickson’s site is open from 2:00 - 4:00 PM. As shared in today’s guidance by our local health department, closing schools and childcare centers now is unlikely to stop the spread of illness while causing serious disruption for families, schools, childcare centers, and healthcare workers. Thank you for supporting our efforts, especially our guidelines outlined above. , or call Shane Cassida, our Assistant Superintendent of Auxiliary Services, at (828) 350-6131. Asheville City Schools is suspending summer workouts after four athletes -- two at middle school and two at high school -- tested positive for COVID-19. With our students’ safety at the forefront of all decisions made, we have decided that all international and out-of-state field trips/work-related travel for both our students and staff is canceled until further notice. Thank you for your continued support during this unprecedented time! If you have questions about at-home assignments, please call (828) 350-6175. The packets are currently at the printers. Isaac Dickson’s site is open from 2:00 - 4:00 PM. This decision will include all workouts, skill development, practices and contests. After tomorrow, we will work directly with families to ensure devices are in each student’s hands. There have been no confirmed cases in Buncombe County. While there are still public spaces open and available, including malls, parks and movie theatres we are sincerely asking parents to strongly consider social distancing and limiting the amount of time your child is away from home. It is our expectation that each student will continue to be actively engaged in the learning packets and lessons that are being shared. This is Bobbie Short, Interim Superintendent. Another 110 staff members are awaiting test results. Monday, March 16th will be an Optional Workday for our staff. COVID-19 update: What to know in Asheville 7 months after first Buncombe County COVID case. However, our goal, of course, is for all students to graduate. We are continuing to work on plans to address a range of impacts the coronavirus may have on Asheville City Schools. Thank you for your  continued support as we implement these additional measures. After Wednesday, March 18th, we will work directly with families to ensure devices are in each student’s hands. ... Johnson City Schools to start 2021 with virtual learning week To help prevent the spread of any respiratory virus, including the coronavirus, Asheville City Schools will be adhering to the following guidelines: Additional measures Asheville City Schools is putting in place include an extensive sanitizing process and a review of our food purchasing plan. In fact, just this past Thursday, they served over 3,100 meals! Should the coronavirus’ impact close one or more of our schools, please know our School Nutrition, Transportation and Maintenance Departments have already developed a detailed plan about food distribution sites. No new grades will be added after Friday, May 22nd. Students in PreK-11th Grades that are not returning to Asheville City Schools may presently return devices to Isaac Dickson Elementary School between 1:00 - 3:00 PM on Monday - Thursday or at the Central Office located at 85 Mountain Street once the school year concludes. Asheville City Schools has developed a re-entry planning guidebook for parents, staff and community members to help address questions about the opening and operation of schools this fall. Please know that we are continuing to collaborate with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, and while there are still many unanswered questions, for today, we can tell you the State Board of Education has unanimously approved the submission of a one-year waiver of federal student assessments. Although our school buildings are to remain closed, at-home learning will continue through our last scheduled day of school, which according to our calendar, is May 29th. More information about Asheville City Schools' preparedness is available here. Elementary-aged families, if your child was absent on Friday, tomorrow would be the ideal time to pick up  your child’s at-home learning packet. We see how hard you’re working. We are committed to our students, and we will remain committed to helping them be successful through the rest of this closure. Our meal service will begin the day after schools close. This will allow our dedicated staff members to take the day off while still ensuring our families have both breakfast and lunch for Friday, April 10th. Because the district assigns secondary students with Asheville City Schools devices (Chromebooks, laptops), Montford North Star Academy 8th Graders as well as all Asheville Middle School, Asheville High School and SILSA students will be able to complete online assignments through Canvas as prepared by their teachers. As a reminder, As. I also want to use this opportunity to remind staff, students and parents about steps we all can take to prevent the spread of this and other respiratory illnesses, such as the flu. In collaboration with our Asheville City Schools teachers, our Curriculum and Instruction Department has a plan for at-home learning should Buncombe County Health and Human Services close one or more of our schools. We will also continue to have supplemental custodial personnel in our buildings, after school hours, to assist with our extended sanitizing process. Please know that Asheville City Schools continues to work on our proactive plan to support at-home learning should we receive an order to close. At this time, there have been no changes to the previously approved grading policy for, Meals will continue to be distributed to students Monday through Thursday across our eight. . Additionally, we wanted to let you know that our Family Resource Center continues to expand its offerings as the coronavirus’ impact on our community increases. As shared, this is NOT a local decision; Dr. Gene and the Asheville City Board of Education know and have a deep understanding that our community is experiencing a rise in COVID-19 cases. We are glad to have you back in the at-home learning grove! We are hopeful the coronavirus will not adversely impact our district but want to diligently prepare for any potential situations. By now, you may have seen news reports and have questions about the student testing that could occur if we are indeed able to return on May 18th. Plus, after many requests, our Technology Department is bringing back Chromebook Distribution Sites. After hearing quite a few requests, I’m pleased to share with you that Asheville City Schools will be opening three Chromebook Support Locations for all students and staff members both tomorrow, Thursday, March 19th and Friday, March 20th. Additionally, Isaac Dickson Elementary School has a drive-thru option should families prefer a grab and go meal. Additionally, in collaboration with BCHHS and Buncombe County Schools, Asheville City Schools released its first COVID-19 reporting form on Thursday, November 5th. Someone will be there ready to take your call and assist you between the hours of 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM, Monday thru Friday. Our Food Distribution Sites will officially open on Tuesday, March 17th. This. hank you for doing what it takes to stay healthy as we grow together. This process replaces the paper forms sent home annually and includes student information and permission forms such as: emergency contact information, transportation requests, the Code of Student Conduct Contract, the Bus Rules & Regulations Contract, the FERPA notification, the Media Release notification, Middle and High School Laptop Agreements as well as the Military Recruiter Opt-Out notification. Further information about AP examinations will be communicated to students enrolled in those courses. Our Asheville City Schools COVID-19 Hotline is (828) 350-7000. Your feedback will go a long way in supporting us as we try to make the transition as smooth as possible. We will continue to adjust and administer our at-home and virtual learning plans. As with any field trip, if a parent wishes for their child to stay at school rather than attend an in-state trip, the student can most certainly opt out of attending. On July 14th, Governor Roy Cooper as well as state health and education officials outlined statewide plans for reopening. Although the spread of COVID-19 appears to have started in China, it is important to remember that the coronavirus infection is not connected to any race, ethnicity, or nationality. I also want to remind students that they are to be actively engaged in the learning opportunities and assignments offered through Canvas and the elementary packets. By now, you may have seen news reports and have questions about the North Carolina Board of Education’s new statewide end of year grading policies. Thank you for your  continued support as we implement these additional measures. With the health and safety of our students, staff and families in mind, we have had to make some tough decisions. There will be no need to get out of your car! More:With COVID curfew clamping down on Dec. 11, city businesses scramble to adjust Vaccines headed to WNC A day after authorizing the first COVID-19 … JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) – Concerns related to COVID-19 within the ETSU men’s basketball program has led to the postponement of Tuesday night’s game against UNC Asheville… Asheville City Schools’ 2019-2020 school year will be following our adopted calendar for the 2019-2020 school year. Families of all 3rd - 5th Graders, please know your child will be receiving a take-home device, like a Chromebook, iPad or laptop on Monday, March 16th. I hope you each had a restful and relaxing Spring Break and are getting back into the swing of things, as we began Week Four of at-home learning earlier today. Asheville City Schools is committed to keeping our students, staff and families as informed as possible. We will continue both our grab and go and drive-thru sites throughout Asheville each weekday. Please know that there are several out of country field trips that we are still working on. If a student does not have at-home internet access, we encourage our students to visit their school’s media center to inquire about checking out a wifi hotspot device, which will provide internet access. Elementary schoolers should begin working on their take-home packets, while our secondary students should start their Canvas modules on their district-provided devices. Asheville City Schools has been working with Buncombe County Health and Human Services as well as MAHEC to prevent the spread of all diseases across our school district, including the coronavirus. Broken devices must be turned in to receive a loaner. Please know that we’re diligently working to keep you informed and will continue to provide you with updates as we learn more from the Governor’s Office, Buncombe County Health and Human Services as well as the Centers for Disease Control. Seventeen school districts and 11 charter schools have been selected by North Carolina health officials to receive rapid COVID-19 tests as part of a state pilot program. Additionally, yellow buses are delivering meals to the community centers at Pisgah View Apartments, Hillcrest Apartments and Klondyke Apartments from 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM. An email with more information about our annual update was shared with all families who had not yet completed this renewal just last week. They will coincide with next week’s drive-thru meal sites at Isaac Dickson and Hall Fletcher, which means our technicians will be on site at both locations from 1:00 - 3:00 PM. We are here to help! will not be receiving credit for that class. Asheville City Schools. We will continue to provide updates as we learn more about the progress of the coronavirus. Transcripts for our 12th Graders will indicate they have received a passing grade for each class as opposed to a traditional number. The North Carolina State Board of Education met on Thursday, April 23rd and approved guidelines for grading Kindergarten - 11th Grade for the 2019-2020 school year. As a reminder our School Nutrition Department is operating on a four-day service plan. RALEIGH — Seventeen North Carolina school districts and 11 charter schools are getting COVID-19 testing kits to try to slow the spread of the coronavirus. If a student or staff member should show any sign of respiratory symptoms, our school nurses are available to work with students, staff and families. Please know that, thanks to our dedicated School Nutrition Department, all times and locations for our School Distribution Sites will remain the same. If your child was not passing a course as of March 13th and has been unable to improve their grade to the point of passing through at-home learning, their final grade for the course will show a withdrawal mark (WC19) as their final grade. Thank you to all our parents for working so hard to partner with our dedicated teachers and staff to ensure your child’s distance learning continues to be successful. If your child is in elementary school, and you were unable to pick up their at-home packet and device for 3rd - 5th Graders, our elementary campuses will be open tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17th from 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM as well as Wednesday, March 18th from 12:30 - 5:30 PM. It may also increase the risk of older adults who care for grandchildren becoming infected. Although the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services recommended that organizers of events with more than 100 people should cancel, postpone or modify these events, this does not include schools. In fact, we served over 700 meals and are looking forward to seeing even more families tomorrow! Elementary-aged families, if your child was absent on Friday, tomorrow would be the ideal time to pick up. This, of course, includes Asheville City Schools. Even if it never shows up on a test score, this is some of the most important learning we will ever do. Also, although we won’t be able to have a prom, I did want to let our Class of 2020 know that we will be having a Senior Celebration Day before you graduate. Thank you for your support as we implement these precautionary measures. However, our goal, of course, is for all students to graduate. As part of our continued efforts to ensure the health and well-being of our school community, we have established a Coronavirus (COVID-19) Executive Task Force. By staying home, you’re making the right decision to support our community as a whole. We are continuing to work on plans to address a range of impacts the coronavirus may have on Asheville City Schools. If a student does not have at-home internet access, we encourage our students to visit their school’s media center to inquire about checking out a wifi hotspot device, which will provide internet access. Additionally, while there are no immediate plans to close any of our schools, we do advise our families to begin making arrangements for childcare should that action become necessary. We would like to reiterate that we have cancelled all field trips - this includes local, in-state, out-of-state and international field trips - for our students and any staff travel outside of the district. , will be given a choice as to how they would like for. Thank you for your continued support during these times of uncertainty. School of Inquiry and Life Sciences at Asheville, North Carolina High School Athletic Association, Blackboard Web Community Manager Privacy Policy (Updated). This is Bobbie Short, Asheville City Schools. Your feedback will go a long way in supporting us as we try to make the transition as smooth as possible. travel. You are doing a terrific job. The date of that events is also yet to be determined. The shift to remote-learning this spring has required all of us to rethink teaching and learning and I want to validate the tremendous efforts and hard work of our students, families, teachers and support staff. Therefore, I’m excited to announce that yes; we will be honoring our scheduled Spring Break Holiday on April 6th - 13th to allow our students, families and district employees a much deserved opportunity to relax, recharge and refocus. Again, please be reminded that students who are sick should remain home and families should consult with their healthcare provider. Finally, during Thursday’s COVID-19 press conference, Governor Cooper said students will “likely be out of school for a longer period of time.”  We are currently gathering more information and are unclear as to how long our district will be closed. You may view a list of relevant resources below. After hearing quite a few requests, I’m pleased to share with you that Asheville City Schools will be opening three Chromebook Support Locations for all students and staff members both tomorrow, Thursday, March 19th and Friday, March 20th. Starting tomorrow, Wednesday, April 1st through Friday, April 3rd, drive-thru sites will be set up from 1:00 - 3:00 PM for you to receive your next-wave of at-home learning packets while picking up a free meal for your child. We know t. his decision will have a financial impact on our students and families. Someone will be there ready to take your call and assist you between the hours of 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM, Monday thru Friday. Once again, thank you for your patience, understanding, and flexibility during this unprecedented time. We want to reiterate that the goal of our school closures is to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. We know the Governor’s announcement is causing many questions to arise, but echoing his sentiment, Asheville City Schools isn’t ready to give up on this school year yet! Frontline Education is closely monitoring the spread and impact of COVID-19. If your child falls into that category, their teacher will be in touch with you soon. While vacation plans have certainly changed, please know that the following decision was made with the mental health and well-being of our Asheville City Schools Family at its core. This change begins this week. Good Evening Asheville City Schools Families. Meals include lunch and the following day’s breakfast. We will get through this together. In addition, we are developing a contingency plan should Buncombe County Health and Human Services close one or more of our schools due to the virus’ impact. Press release from Asheville City Schools: As more medical experts predict Thanksgiving will be a superspreader of COVID-19, Dr. Gene has decided that all Asheville City Schools … Our local leaders have stressed that we should not leave home unless it’s essential. Specific information regarding graduation will soon be sent to the Class of 2020 and their families later this week. This is Bobbie Short, Asheville City Schools. The measures we are taking are all proactive and precautionary. . We will be sending follow-up information concerning these sites. . In addition, please know that  the North Carolina High School Athletic Association has suspended all high school athletics statewide starting tomorrow, Friday, March 13th at midnight until Monday, April 6th. Beginning this upcoming Tuesday, elementary students should use their at-home learning packets, while secondary students should use their district-provided device to complete assignments through Canvas. We are pleased to announce that, in most cases, we have recovered the majority of refunds for in-state and out-of-state trips. … This COVID-19 School Dashboard will provide regular reports outlining the effect that community spread is having on area schools. Similar to our elementary students, Montford North Star Academy 6th and 7th Graders will be receiving at-home learning packets. We’ve officially completed the second week of at-home learning - hooray! We anticipate they will go home with students by next week. With the Governor’s announcement on Friday that the official 2019-2020 school year will continue via remote learning, the last day for ACS students is May 29, 2020. Tomorrow’s testing will still occur. I want to inform you about the steps Asheville City Schools is taking, or preparing to take, to prevent the spread of coronavirus if there is an outbreak in our community. Frontline Applicant Tracking - Asheville City Schools Skip to main content. ACS can confirm two positive cases of COVID-19 in Asheville Middle School and two cases in Asheville High School, impacting four sports teams across both campuses. Our last day will be Friday, May 29th. Students and staff should stay home when they are sick. Plus, after many requests, our Technology Department is bringing back Chromebook Distribution Sites. Additionally, in Friday’s email, we shared 3rd-5th Graders would be receiving their at-home devices tomorrow. Truly, we have a heightened level of gratitude for our families and want to say, thank you. I so appreciate all your hard work and dedication as we all try to navigate this new normal. Please know we are here to support each of our students. At this time, we are asking families with students in PreK - 11th Grades to please keep all library books, textbooks, devices and any additional school-provided materials currently in your possession. Additionally, our educators will have the ability to continue to deliver high-quality, at-home learning, and our families will continue to have the capability to travel to or from one of our schools to receive distance-learning packets and materials as well as other related services. Our Curriculum and Instruction Department is working to develop a plan for continued learning should schools be closed due to the virus’ impact. Our custodians and Maintenance Department will continue to proactively disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. May 26th - 29th will consist of virtual end of year activities as designated by each teacher. The COVID-19 school report can be accessed on Buncombe County Government’s Buncombe Ready page, Buncombe County Schools web site and Asheville City Schools web site. We are in the process of delivering this instruction to all students across Asheville City Schools. Please know that we’re diligently working to keep you informed and will provide you with additional updates as we learn more from the Governor’s Office. Again, these are optional but can be accessed should your family wish to virtually explore museums, learn new games or participate in a few arts and crafts projects while the district is on Spring Break. The direct link to Buncombe County Health and Human Service's School-Related COVID Dashboard can be found here. will be the perfect opportunity should your family need to replace a broken device for a loaner. As a reminder, Asheville City Schools is delivering meals to the community centers at Pisgah View Apartments, Hillcrest Apartments, Klondyke Apartments and the Arthur R. Edington Education & Career Center from 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM. Truly, we have a heightened level of gratitude for our families and want to say, thank you. We see how hard you’re working. Additionally, the district has launched this web page and will post district updates, resources and answers to your frequently asked questions as new information is made available. Please hold off on completing these at-home learning packets until further guidance is given. In fact, one of our sources states that washing your hands at least five times a day could reduce the likelihood of contracting a respiratory infection by around 15 to 20%. Additionally, Isaac Dickson Elementary School has a drive-thru option should families prefer a grab and go meal. The district is also proceeding with caution regarding in-state travel. 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