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The Ashland City Elementary community recognizes that students need a challenging curriculum taught with diverse methods.  We want students to master skills and concepts necessary for reaching their potential and becoming responsible members of society.  

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Still following the 14 day quarantine.

The Tennessee Department of Health (TDOH) recently announced new allowable quarantine guidelines presented by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Out of an abundance of caution and after consulting with our principals and school nurses, the Cheatham County School District will continue to follow the TDOH and CDC 14-day quarantine recommendations. The new quarantine guidelines were recommended only if individuals could properly social distance and wear a face at all times while self-monitoring symptoms. There is no guarantee that these can be done at all times inside all of our buildings. This decision means that all students and staff members who have been exposed to a person with a positive case of COVID-19 will continue to quarantine for 14 days if they have no symptoms during this 14-day period. As always, we appreciate our employees, parents and students for all the sacrifices they are making as our community navigates the pandemic. If you have any questions, please contact your child's school or school nurse.

ACESA Employee of the Month

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Mrs. Janine Belote
Mrs. J is a valuable teacher in our PRIDE classroom. She took over as the classroom teacher shortly after school started this year and has done a fantastic job with adjusting to her new role and responsibilities. She has built strong relationships with her students and their families, and she is always so positive and encouraging to her co-workers. 

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Upcoming Events

Jan 23

School Board Retreat

Time: 9 AM – 3:30 PM
Location: Burns Park Activity Center, 501 Park St., Kingston Springs