The Ashland Grizzly Football Team is pleased to bring back its GRIZZLY FOOTBALL KIDS CAMP! This camp is for kids in 3rd-8th grade. The camp will be held on the Ashland High School Grizzly Football Fields JUNE 27-30 from 10-noon. $25/player To learn more click the link below for the brochure, or visit the website & register! https://5il.co/1bwim https://ashlandfootballclub.com/
19 days ago, Web Admin
AHSA will be hosting a volleyball camp for boys and girls grades 4th-8th starting August 2-4th from 4-6pm at Ashland High School. Please see the printable form below to sign up! https://5il.co/1bwin
19 days ago, Web Admin
This week is American School Counselor Appreciation Week! Ashland School District has many talented and dedicated behavioral health specialists. Please take a moment to recognize and get to know the two fantastic people working here at Walker Elementary School! Brooke Thygeson-Johnson: Child Development Specialist Brooke grew up in Ashland and attended Briscoe, AMS and AHS. She has extensive experience as an elementary school counselor and recently returned after living and working in Katar for the past six years. She is now excited to make Walker her home. She delights in her opportunities to work with children individually, in groups and through whole class instruction. She sees these early years as critical to building a strong foundation of strengths and resilience. Kate Sullivan: Student Advocate This is Kate’s 8thth year at Walker. Given her experience, Kate has an invaluable knowledge of all things Walker. Despite the changes of the Walker campus this year (now housed at Walker Village), she is consistently enthusiastic and eager to learn more and collaborate. She oversees the backpack program and supervises at every recess. She is so busy supporting all students!
5 months ago, Web Admin
Walker counseling and behavioral Health team
Get ready for the 13th Annual Monster Dash Run for Education! This year’s race is back in Lithia Park on Saturday, October 30th, or you can sign up to run the race virtually from anywhere October 22nd – 31st. 1-mile Fun Run/Walk 5k Run/Walk 10k Run Walk, run or zombie stroll for this annual family-fun event that supports grants in Ashland public schools. This one-of-a-kind race is presented by Lithia 4 Kids, the Ashland Kiwanis Club, and the Ashland Schools Foundation (ASF). This year the in-person races at Lithia Park will be modified for COVID safety, with mask requirements, staggered race-wave start times and locations, and limited numbers per race to allow for social distancing. All racers receive finisher’s medals, plus fun-filled race packets and giveaways for youth 18 and under! Register NOW for early-bird pricing for adults (thru Oct 13…kids are always $10) and before the race time you want fills up. Go to www.AshlandMonsterDash.com to sign up the whole family and get more info about this year’s race, online contests, silent auction and prizes!
9 months ago, Web Admin
monster dash poster
A year ago, we all experienced and witnessed how wide-spread community service can unite, mend, and restore hope. An ASD parent has initiated an inspiring and uplifting effort to make September 8 a day of community connection and care. Please join in this effort and make this day and many more full of gestures of kindness that ripple across our community and beyond.
10 months ago, Web Admin
Rouge Valley Love your neighbor day
Check out these books for Juneteenth
about 1 year ago, Web Admin
A juneteenth reading list
Juneteenth by vaunda micheauz nelson. June 19th 1895, began as another hot day in texas. then a message arrived. Freedom! Slavery had ended! The civil war had actually ended in April. It took Months for word to reach texas. Still the joy of that amazing day has never been forgotten. Every year, people all over the US come together on June 19th to celebrate the end of slavery. Ages 7-10
all different now, Angela Johnson. Through  the eyes of one little girl, all different now tells the story of the first juneteenth. the day freedom finally came to the last people ensalved in the south. since then the observance of june 19 as african american emancipation day has spread across the united states and beyond. Ages 5-9
juneteenth for mazie, floyd cooper. Mazie is ready to celebrate liberty. she is ready to celebrate freedom. She is ready to celebrate a great day in american history - the day her ancestors were no longer enslaved. Mazie remembers the ongoing struggles and triumph as she gets ready to celebrate. Ages 6-9