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A.E.S. is once again and 'A' school! A.E.S. earns distinguished title of

A.E.S. is once again and 'A' school! A.E.S. earns distinguished title of "Top Gains" school!

Posted Date: 11/14/2019

 

 

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  • On rainy days, A.E.S. Parent Pick Up will begin after bus dismissal at approximately 3:20 p.m.

 

  • A.E.S. Veterans Day Program **Due to storage restrictions, our program has been broken up into three parts in order to access on our website. If you would like to watch the full length video, please visit our school Facebook page, Anacoco Elementary School.** heart Thank you for your sacrifice and service to our nationheart

 

 

 

 

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COVID Update 11-20-2020

In regard to the many rumors and misinformation that has been spreading throughout the entire state, we do NOT plan to shut schools down after the Thanksgiving break. We have been monitoring the situation and have been tracking each individual positive case for students and for faculty and staff. We do monitor and track each individual quarantine case for students and for faculty and staff. We break the numbers down by school and collectively as a district. Our schools are doing an excellent job of following protocols and procedures. Most cases have been contracted outside the school setting. As of this week, we are reporting less than 1% of our total student population tested positive. Almost 6% total student population has had to quarantine because of a close contact or a positive test. We have had 25 employees test positive (2%) and have quarantined 33 other employees (3%) because of a close contact or a positive test. These numbers are accumulations and have occurred over a period from the beginning of the school year until now. We are doing very well, statistically, but take every situation seriously. Our health care employees work very hard in mitigation and tracing of these factors at every school. We will continue to work extremely hard to protect our students and employees at our schools. We will continue to encourage everybody to mask up, distance, and wash hands. This is still an ever-changing situation, and we will continue to update everybody if any different actions have to be taken. Stay Safe, James Williams, Superintendent