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The AMS Solve for Tomorrow team met with Senator Mitch McConnell in Washington D.C. on Wednesday 5/16/18. AMS AMS Science AMS AMS AMS wins addition $20,000 as the community choice winner. AMS named Samsung Solve for Tomorrow National Champions AMS Samsung Solve for Tomorrow team appears on Good Morning America Wednesday, April 11th. Congratulations to Ashland Middle School for being selected as a National Top 10 Finalist in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow competition.  As a national finalist the school will receive $50,000 in equipment from Samsung.


Upcoming Events


Ashland Middle School Honors All Veterans

Please click on the link below to view Ashland Middle School's 2021 Veterans Day Program.


AMS Veterans Day Program Link


Beginning Tuesday, November 16, 2021 the drive-through meal service available to students choosing the virtual learning platform will change.  Meals will still be available at Paul G. Blazer High School on Tuesday and Thursday each week.  However, the timeframe will change to 10:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.  Students will still receive meals for the day of service and non-service days.  Only students registered as virtual learners that requested meal service are eligible for the drive-through meal system.

Please remember meal service will not be available when school is out of session for in person learning.  Therefore, we will not provide meals during the week of November 22-26 but will resume service on Tuesday, November 30, 2021.

If you have any further questions please contact Linda Calhoun or Lena Reese at 606-327-2706.

Tomcat Today, vol 8

The latest edition of TOMCAT today is now available.  Check out the publication using the link below. 

TOMCAT Today, Volume 8

2022-23 Calendar

The 2022-23 Calendar was approved by the Board of Education at their monthly meeting on 10/25/21.  Please use the calendar to make plans for the upcoming school year.

Click here to download the calendar.


Beginning Monday, September 20th, 2021 Ashland Independent School District will provide a virtual instructional platform in addition to the current in-person option.  As a result, meal distribution will change for virtual learners.  Students choosing the in-person instructional model will continue to be served at each school and will have access to one free breakfast and one free lunch each day at their school.  In-person students may continue to place money on their account and purchase ala carte items.  To minimize contact, cafeterias will NOT have change on site.

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