GRIZZ-O-GRAM May 14th, 2021


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This week's Grizz...
  • Principal's Message
  • Masks Still Required
  • Summer Rapid Credit Recovery
  • AHS Bond Site Committee Meeting
  • Senior Corner (Graduation Updates!)
  • Caps & Gowns
  • Ceremonies & Parades - NEW SURVEY!
  • Senior Sprint
  • Fresh Start Counselor Interest Meeting
  • Prom 2021
  • Yearbooks 2020-2021
  • Deadline to resolve Incomplete grades
  • Distribution Center 5/26
  • 8th Grade Information
  • Sports, Clubs & Activities
  • Leadership Recruitment
  • Counseling Office
  • College & Career Pathways Updates
  • Scholarship Opportunities
  • Community Service
  • Volunteer, Internship, Job, and Community Outreach Opportunities
  • Tech Support Info

Principal's Update

Hello Grizzlies,

We are approaching the final stretch of the school year. You will see a lot of information in this newsletter about end of year events. For those students that have grades that they want to improve, there is still time! Make every effort to turn in missing assignments. If students are missing tests or quizzes, they should talk to their teachers to schedule a time to take them. We want to support students and encourage them to put in the extra effort to pass as many classes as possible.

The last day for students in grades 9-11 to turn in late or missing assignments will be June 11th. The last day of school will be June 18th.

The last day for Seniors to turn in assignments will be June 8th and that will be their last day on campus. Seniors will not have class on June 9 or 10. Graduation will be held on June 11th, please see below for more details.

Grizzlies, keep your eye on the prize and let’s make the most of the last 5 weeks of school we have left.

Sincerely,

Benjamin Bell
Principal
Ashland High School

Masks Still Required on School Campuses

Yesterday the CDC released new guidance related to fully vaccinated individuals and the use of face coverings and physical distancing.

Governor Brown issued a video statement on how this new guidance will be implemented in Oregon. In her statement she shared, "Nothing is changing for schools this school year, and I expect education staff and students to continue to wear masks and physically distance, as outlined in our Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance." This also applies to all other individuals on school campus, including but not limited to: family members, volunteers, visitors, SROs, and other partners.

ODE is currently working with OHA on guidance for next school year.






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