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Coordinated School Health Overview:
The Anderson County School Board recognizes the link between student wellness and academic achievement and therefore has implemented the Student Wellness Policy to be followed by all schools in the district. The Board permits teachers, school health professionals, parents, administrators, and any interested citizens to participate in the development of wellness policies.  

Contact Anna Hurt at ahurt@acs.ac to become a member of the School Health Advisory Council. Council members primary responsibilities includes but are not limited to developing, implementing, monitoring, reviewing, and making recommendations to the wellness policy.

School Wellness Policy 6.411

To learn more about the history of Coordinated School Health: Click Here

CLICK HERE to login into Skyward to access the Online Flu Shot Concent Forms (Forms must be filled out by October 25th 2019) 

ACS News & Events

ACS on WBIR - School districts closing due to illnesses

ACS on WBIR - School districts closing due to illnesses
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Posted Date:
01/19/2022
Source Page: ACS News & Event Archive

ACHS at CHS Basketball Picture Gallery (ACTV)

ACHS at CHS Basketball Picture Gallery (ACTV)
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Posted Date:
01/19/2022
Source Page: ACS News & Event Archive

Anderson County High School at Clinton High School - Jan.14th 2022 (ACTV)

Anderson County High School at Clinton High School - Jan.14th 2022 (ACTV)
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Posted Date:
01/19/2022
Source Page: ACS News & Event Archive

GOES on WBIR - Students celebrate food service staff at Grand Oaks Elementary School

GOES on WBIR - Students celebrate food service staff at Grand Oaks Elementary School
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Posted Date:
01/18/2022
Source Page: ACS News & Event Archive

ACS on WATE - ‘We just want our students to be safe,’ reasons behind closing schools

ACS on WATE - ‘We just want our students to be safe,’ reasons behind closing schools
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Posted Date:
01/05/2022
Source Page: ACS News & Event Archive