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Let's get your students off to a great start for the upcoming school year! This year Anderson County Schools is offering a two day "Jump Start" on July 26th and 27th from 8:00-12:00. Your student’s Jump Start will be held at Robert B. Turner Elementary. Jump Start will allow your child to experience meeting some of their classmates, teachers & staff and experience our school before the first official day of school starting. It will be two fun filled days with teachers and classmates. We would love to have you join on these two days!

If you plan to have your child join, please fill out the following form below so we will know they will be in attendance and their transportation needs. Breakfast and lunch will be provided both days.

If you have additional questions, please contact Jason Alexander or Shannon Wells at 502-839-2500. You can also email [email protected] or [email protected]

Please fill out this form to register for JumpStart:

We look forward to seeing you soon!
Jason Alexander
Robert B. Turner

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Posted Wednesday, July 6, 2022
Pandemic fatigue and COVID burnout are very real experiences we have likely all felt. We are quicker to snap at loved ones. We frequently feel overwhelmed. We seldom feel recognized when we do put in the effort. Those feelings can be documented across the board in all professions; however, if you have been following national and local news stories then you know that one profession hit very hard with burnout has been educators. Whether it’s due to concern over students’ physical and emotional well-being, worry about students’ academic growth, added stress from a teacher’s growing workload, or concern for their own (or their family’s) social and emotional well-being, educators are drowning.
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Posted Tuesday, February 15, 2022
Sitting in a meeting with the board at Anderson County Schools or watching the live stream of the meeting, one thing becomes perfectly clear: our school board makes decisions that are informed by feedback from all stakeholders and is focused primarily on what is best for the students in our district. Have we gotten parent input, student input, staff input, community input? Check. Will this new program help recover some of the student learning loss? Are we targeting intervention services? Will this decision provide clear and direct aid to students? Check, check, and check. This is the process Superintendent Mitchell and the rest of the board follow in all decisions to ensure that each choice is informed and focused on best practices for the students in our schools. So too with the choices of how our district should spend the federal and state relief funds provided for COVID-Relief.
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Posted Monday, February 7, 2022
LAWRENCEBURG, Ky-- As the winter weather continues to impact our area, many of us recall fond childhood memories of snow days off of school spent lazing about our homes, sporadically going outside to play in the snow. When we would return to school, our teachers would spend time refreshing our memories on our most recent lessons before continuing on to new content. We all loved those snow days, but what we did not enjoy were the warm summer days tacked on to the end of the school year that had to be used as make-up days. The warm breeze wafting through the classroom window seemed to call louder than the snow ever did.
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Posted Monday, January 17, 2022
As you know, the CDC and Public Health released new Covid-19 guidance for schools this week.  I've been in consultation with our local Health Department, KDE and Cumberland Family Medical.  The Education Commissioner also held a webex for superintendents yesterday that included consultation with Dr. Connie White.  The new guidance has several changes and we have updated the Test to Stay document, put together a summary of changes document and provided the attachments below.
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Posted Wednesday, January 12, 2022
The RBT BOGO Card Fundraiser will kick off Wednesday, September 15th. Please check your child's backpack for a permission slip that needs to be signed if you want your child to sell BOGO cards. If you sign the permission slip, your child will bring home five cards to sell on this Friday, September 17th. When the money from those cards is returned, your child will receive five more cards to sell. All money from sold cards and unsold will be due back to school on Friday, October 8th. Below is a link to the information/permission slip that your child will bring home tomorrow. It outlines the prizes your child can earn from selling BOGO cards as well as a copy of the BOGO deals available on the card. Cards are $10 each. $5 from each card sold goes directly to RBT to support our school. Questions? Email [email protected] - we hope you will join with us to make this fundraiser a success!

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Posted Tuesday, September 14, 2021
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The Anderson County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities and provides equal access to designated youth groups. Inquiries may be directed to the Anderson County Title IX Coordinator, Travis Harley. He may be contacted at the district office, located at 1160 Bypass N. Lawrenceburg, KY 40342; by phone at 502-839-3406 or by email at [email protected]