Parent Information Cheat Sheet A quick reference guide for Frequently Asked Questions!
New parent video -- general information for all new parents to AHS.
**UPDATE** Sept. 8: Link Crew Freshman Orientation - All freshmen should plan to attend orientation from 8 a.m-1:30 p.m. (drop-off in circle drive by auditorium).
**UPDATE** Sept. 11: First Day of School
**UPDATE**: 2016-2017 yearbooks should be delivered the week of Sept. 18! Pick-up information will be put on the morning announcements (for current students).
ALUMNI: Please call 513-232-2772, option 0 to confirm 2016-2017 yearbook pick-up before making the trip.
Sept 13: Open House, 7 p.m.
Sept 18: Picture Day
Schoology code for the Calc AB Summer Course is X8S9M-76WF9
This year, Anderson High School is implementing awhole-school approach with summer reading. All incoming students for grades 9-12 will read "The Other Wes Moore" by Wes Moore and should join the "Summer Reading" Schoology Course by using access code S6ZBN-JZDT3 in order to find additional information on assignments and expectations. Contact Cindy Deatherage at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
AP Liturature and Composition ASSIGNMENT
General English 12 Reading assignment
For the 2017-18 school year, parents of incoming 7th- through 12th-graders must provide documentation of immunization compliance (on physician letterhead and/or with physician signature) to the student’s school of attendance as soon as possible. Students who have not provided documentation of the Tdap, MCV4 immunization and other required immunizations may not be permitted to attend school until documentation of immunizations has been provided.
Appropriate dress and grooming are expected and student dress and grooming should reflect a respect for others. Repeated violations of the dress code will result in disciplinary action.
All apparel designed by groups, organizations and individuals for distribution to Anderson students must have administrative approval. Failure to follow this procedure will result in disciplinary action.
The following is the dress code:
Clothing worn by students is expected to be clean, neat, modest and appropriate for school.
Dress and grooming are expected to be free of distractions to the education environment and must not endanger the health and safety of students and/or staff.
Shirts and tops must be long enough to tuck into lower garments and may not expose the torso, midriff or undergarments when the student is standing, sitting, raising his/her hand or bending over. Shirts/tops must have high enough necklines to cover all cleavage. Pants are to be worn at the waist level. The appropriate length for shorts, skirts and/or dresses is mid-thigh. In order to determine mid-thigh length, a student must fully extend arms and fingers at their side. Clothing length must extend below the fingertips. No portion of the buttocks or undergarments should be exposed when the student sits, stands, raises his/her hand or bends over. Garments should not drag the floor.
The following items are not permitted to be worn: pajama attire; spiked or studded clothing and/or accessories; heavy chains; clothing with tears or holes; clothing or accessories with reference to alcohol, drugs, violence/weapons and/or tobacco; clothing or accessories with suggestive, profane or lewd symbols, slogans and/or pictures; hats, caps, bandanas, hoods or other form of head covering; clothing referring to the development of a team, gang or other groups without permission of the administration; leggings/tights unless covered with a top reaching to mid-thigh; tank tops, halters, midriff tops, crop tops, spaghetti strap tops; open mesh garments; garments with open sides which expose skin or undergarments; and muscle tops (shirts with oversized armholes).
Students must place hats/caps/head wear in their locker prior to the beginning of the school day. Items not placed in lockers will be taken away by school personnel and kept until the end of the school day.