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  • Ashland City Schools is seeking sealed bids to purchase 266 Chromebooks.  The specifications and bid requirements are in the attached document.  Proposals are due Monday, June 18, 2018 by 3:00 PM Eastern time.  If you have any questions, you may...
  • A big Thank you to our safety team for a successful active shooter drill today on the AHS/AMS campus. Tuesday, May 18, 2018
  • Ashland City Schools is transitioning to a new lunch payment system the week of April 23.  The new system, PaySchools Central, will provide parents with an easy way to pay for school breakfast and lunch purchases.  As part of this transition, the...
  • Ashland City Schools is proud to introduce Officer Jeremy Jarvis as the new School Resource Officer.  Officer Jarvis has 18 years of experience in law enforcement and over 10 years with the Ashland police department.  He enjoys hunting and fishing...
  • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   March 23, 2018   The Ashland City School District’s number one priority is maintaining a safe environment for our students and staff.  When we learned of a situation involving a potential threat of violence, we took swift...
  • The Momentum Award is presented by the State Board of Education and recognizes schools for exceeding expectations in student growth for the year. Schools must earn straight A’s on all Value-Added measures on the report card. The school or district...
  • Recent changes in state law have led to changes in our attendance policy.  The attached document lists the new guidelines from the Ohio Department of Education.
  • Ashland City Schools has received a generous gift of property to create a new outdoor learning center. Mrs. Mary Lou Wertman (fourth from left) is pictured with (left to right) Superintendent Dr. Doug Marrah and Board of Education members Rick Ewing...
  • Dear Parents/Guardians,   We would like your input concerning the use of our Title 1 funds at your child's school. Title 1 funds come from a federal program to provide extra help for students in academic areas. Currently, we have Title 1...
  • The Ashland County Community Foundation has awarded mini-grants to several Ashland City Schools teachers.  Mini-grants are Competitive grants of up to $750 provided to teachers for creative programs, projects and events not supported by school...
  • Welcome to Ashland City Schools! Parents needing to enroll students should contact the High School at 419-289-7968 for grades 9 through 12 or the Middle School at 419-289-7966 for grade 7 & 8. For grades K through 6 please call Mrs. Kerschner at...