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Governor Beshear's Executive Order

The following is a summary of the executive order made earlier this week by Governor Breshear.

  1.  All public and private elementary, middle, and high schools (kindergarten through grade 12) shall cease in-person instruction and transition to remote or virtual instruction beginning November 23, 2020.
  2. All middle and high schools (grades 6 through 12) shall remain in remote or virtual instruction and not resume in-person instruction prior to January 4, 2021.
  3. For the period from December 7, 2020 to January 4, 2021, all elementary schools (K-5) may reopen for in-person instruction, provided:
  1.  The school is not located in a Red Zone County, as provided by the Kentucky Department of Public Health on the COVID-19 website; AND
  2. The school follows all Expectations and Best Practices for Kentucky Schools
  1. Nothing in this Order shall prohibit schools from providing small group in-person targeted services, as provided in KDE guidance.

What does this mean for AISD students?

The district will re-evaluate the possibility of re-opening elementary schools only for in-person instruction beginning on December 7 depending on Boyd County’s color on the state map on December 3.

If you have any questions, please contact your building principal.

2021-22 Board Calendar Approved

For the planning convenience of our community members and parents the 2021-22 Calendar was approved at the board meeting on Monday 11/16/20.  

2021-22 Board Approved Calendar

 

A Message from the Health Department

The Ashland-Boyd County Health Department has provided the following message and requested that the district share with our families.

Calling all contacts of positive cases cannot be accomplished in the midst of a large surge of COVID-19 cases we are currently experiencing. We have provided two one-page flyers to explain what to do if you were exposed to COVID or tested positive.

Positive cases will be categorized based on risk factors and contacted accordingly.

Notice of COVID-19 Reporting

The state has enacted an emergency regulation (902 KAR 2:020E) requiring all schools to report the number of new COVID-19 cases among students and staff. Parents and guardians are required to alert their child’s school if they test positive for COVID-19. In addition, schools will have to report the number of students and staff who are quarantined because of exposure to the virus. If you have any questions, please contact the

School Safety Tipline

School Safety Tipline