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Student, Family, and Community Partners

Student, Family, and Community Partners: Involvement of students, parents, community representatives, health specialists, and volunteers in schools provides an integrated approach for enhancing the health and well being of students both at school and in the community. School health advisory councils, coalitions, and broadly-based constituencies for school health can build support for school health programs. School administrators, teachers, and school health staff in all components actively solicit family and student involvement and engage community resources, expertise, and services to respond effectively to the health-related needs of students and families. Qualified professionals such as principals, teachers, and school health staff, in partnership with students, parents, and volunteers provide leadership in this area.

ACS News & Events

ACS Welcomes Commissioner Schwinn on the #AcceleratingTN2022 summer bus tour

ACS Welcomes Commissioner Schwinn on the #AcceleratingTN2022 summer bus tour
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Posted Date:
06/10/2022
Source Page: ACS News & Event Archive

ACCTC on WBIR - WiSTEM program encourages elementary school girls to work towards STEM careers

ACCTC on WBIR - WiSTEM program encourages elementary school girls to work towards STEM careers
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Posted Date:
06/10/2022
Source Page: ACS News & Event Archive

CHS on WYSH - CHS Talks about their recent STEM designation on WYSH's Ask Your Neighbor

CHS on WYSH - CHS Talks about their recent STEM designation on WYSH's Ask Your Neighbor
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Posted Date:
06/02/2022
Source Page: ACS News & Event Archive

Clinton High School Graduation Photo Gallery (ACTV)

Clinton High School Graduation Photo Gallery (ACTV)
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Posted Date:
05/26/2022
Source Page: ACS News & Event Archive

ACS on WVLT - School Resource Officers on the Job

ACS on WVLT - School Resource Officers on the Job
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Posted Date:
05/26/2022
Source Page: ACS News & Event Archive