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Amanda-Clearcreek Schools’ Belief Statement All students can learn. All students have the right to a quality education. All students should be treated with respect and dignity. Learning is a shared responsibility of the student, the home, the school, and the community.
Amanda-Clearcreek Schools’ Vision Statement The Amanda-Clearcreek School District’s vision is to prepare graduates to become productive community members and life-long learners. We strive to create a learning environment that provides students with the opportunity to reach their maximum potential.
Academic • Commitment to • Excellence and • Success
DISTRICT NEWS In order to participate in a wide range of activities this 2014-2015 school year, the following Fee Schedule has been implemented. • Current school year fees need to be paid by September 1, 2014. Please make all checks payable to "Amanda-Clearcreek Schools". • A minimum of 50% of prior school year fees need to be paid by January 23, 2015, the end of the first semester. • And, 100% of prior school year fees need to be paid before June 2, 2015, the end of the 2014-2015 school year.
Debbie Hamric, VP of Branch Administration at Kingston National Bank brought check registers to all this year's 4th graders. The registers will be used as part of a positive behavior approach at school. The students can earn "money" for positive behaviors such as coming to class and doing their homework. They will lose "money" if they are not prepared for class. The registers will provide a place for students to keep track of their earnings and deductions. This is a year-long activity that will help to prepare students for the responsibility of having a checking account, as well as providing reinforcement for positive behavior. Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Hines, the 4th grade math teachers, would like to thank Kingston National Bank for their donation and support of the students of Amanda-Clearcreek Elementary.
Amanda won $10,000 in the High School Team Challenge!!
High School Team Challenge Press Release It is an honor for Amanda-Clearcreek Local Schools to have won the 2014 McDonalds High School Team Challenge. This has been a wonderful opportunity to watch our students, teachers, administrators, parents and community come together to support Amanda Clearcreek.
Winning the high school team challenge was a total team effort and without the support of everyone involved this opportunity would not have been accomplished. Extra-curricular activities are a vital part of the overall educational experience here at Amanda-Clearcreek. This activity grant will make a tremendous difference to the associated costs of extra-curricular activities in our district.
Bus Stop Letter There was a reported incident last week of an adult trying to get a student off of one of our buses. I reported this incident to you via our One Call Now and was happy to report that everyone was safe, all policies were followed and the day ended without incident due to the diligence of the bus driver. >>read more
Annual AC Alumni Basketball Tournament
The annual Amanda-Clearcreek Alumni Basketball Tournament is scheduled for March 13-15 and March 20-21 in the '77 Gym. The team draw for this tournament will be held on Monday, March 9 at 7:00PM. For further information regarding the tournament or to register your team, please contact Denny Compton at 740-503-4691.
Gateway to Success Program
The Gateway to Success program aims to help Fairfield County high school students with disabilities who may be considering, or could benefit from, college or additional training after their high school graduation. >>more information
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Amanda Clearcreek to Replace Home Bleachers
AMANDA - This fall, Amanda-Clearcreek Local Schools Superintendent David Gaul received a letter from a eighth-grade student that outlined his disappointment in the football bleachers.
“Can we have a handicap-accessible ramp?” Billy Colburn said he asked in his letter and a follow-up meeting with Gaul, booster club President Jimmy Miller, and Athletic Director Steve Evans. “I enjoy hanging out with my friends,” Colburn told the administration, but because of the lack of a ramp on the home side bleachers, he and a friend who uses a wheelchair had to watch home games from the visitor side. >>view full article