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8TH GRADE STUDENTS REMEMBER HOLOCAUST VICTIMS THROUGH 8th grade reading students.

On Friday, November 19th, eigth grade reading students at ACMS put themselves in the shoes of those who experienced the effects of the Holocaust. 

High Attendance Day is Tomorrow (September 20, 2017) High Attendance

September 20, 2017 has been designated across Kentucky as High Attendance Day.  Research shows that a child's attendance may be the biggest factor influencing his/her academic success.  We hope to see every child at school on time tomorrow and everyday.  Every day counts!

 

WHATS HAPPENING AT ACMS?

The first weeks of school have provided some great learning experiences for students as well as some time for them to shine! Here are few things students have experienced thus far:

2017 Solar Eclipse
ACMS students were given the great opportunity to view the 2017 solar eclipse first hand. Science classes discussed eclipses and why they happen. Students also created personal eclipse viewing devices called pinhole projectors that allow them to safely view the eclipse.

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SOLAR ECLIPSE INFORMATION Solar eclipse viewer provided by Western Kentucky University.

Students at ACMS received a permission form to view the solar eclipse on August 21, 2017. This form must be turned in by Thursday, August 17.

IMPORTANT SCHOOL DOCUMENTS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE

Access to important documents like the student handbook, athletic handbook and athletic schedules is now available online.

EIGHTH GRADE CLASS DELIVERS BLANKETS TO NORTON CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL norton

Reading assignment leads to unique service project at ACMS

ADAIR COUNTY SCHOOLS’ SPRING CHOIR CONCERT: THURSDAY, MAY 11 choir

More than 60 students will participate, admission is free

REMINDER: EARLY RELEASE FRIDAYS OVER FOR REMAINDER OF SCHOOL YEAR

Early Release Fridays have concluded for the 2016-2017 school year.  Students will stay at school for the entire day – until 2:45 p.m. – from now until the end of the school year.

LOCAL STUDENTS WIN ACTIVIST AWARD don't smoke

Youth-centered anti-smoking campaign garners statewide recognition

SIXTH GRADE STUDENTS WIN FUNDRAISING COMPETITION AT ACMS fundraiser

Lucas Murphy and Lexi Snider each sell 420 candy bars

SITE BASED DECISION MAKING COUNCIL - PARENT MEMBER NOMINATION FORM

The following link will take you to a copy of the Adair County Middle School site based...

ACMS NAMES SIXTH GRADE STUDENTS OF THE MONTH Students of the month

Honorees chosen based on academic progress, behavior, and attitude

STLP TEAMS COMPETE AT STATE acpc

Adair County Primary Center finishes in top 10 with popular YouTube video 

EIGHTH GRADERS MAKE BLANKETS FOR CANCER PATIENTS blanket

Advanced reading class merges book study with service project

GIFTED & TALENTED STUDENTS SHINE AT KENTUCKY UNITED NATIONS ASSEMBLY KUNA

Group takes home multiple awards in statewide competition of 800 students

HOOD LODGE DONATES TWO CHROMEBOOKS TO ACMS HOOD LODGE

Reward will be given to one boy and one girl with perfect attendance

ACMS STUDENTS RECOGNIZED FOR ‘I LOVE MY PUBLIC SCHOOL’ ESSAY, ARTWORK Mirah and Jessica

Jessica Hamlet and Mirah Murphy are the campaign’s regional winners, have work displayed in state capitol

FAMILY RESOURCE, YOUTH SERVICES CENTERS HOST REGIONAL MEETING resource

Coordinators network, exchange ideas, and receive valuable training

ACMS NAMES SIXTH GRADE STUDENTS OF THE MONTH sotm

Winners chosen based on academic progress, behavior, and attitude

ACMS STUDENT RECOGNIZED AT BETA CONVENTION Sadie Kemp

Seventh grade student Sadie Kemp finishes third in photography competition

‘TRUTH AND CONSEQUENCES’ PROGRAM AT MIDDLE SCHOOL Truth and Consequences

Presentation uses community volunteers to encourage good behavior 

UPDATED SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED AT BOARD MEETING

Students will be in school March 20

FEBRUARY BOARD MEETING TO BE HELD IN ACHS LIBRARY

Student organizations will lead open house one hour prior 

LAURA FURKINS NAMED ACMS STUDENT OF THE MONTH Laura Furkins

Principal Alma Rich:  “Laura Furkins is an inspiration.”

CLASS OF 2021 ATTENDS FIND YOUR FUTURE EXPO expo

Morning assembly introduces eighth grade students to options in high school and beyond

GINNA MARSH LEADS REJUVENATED CHOIR PROGRAM choir

Participation is up, support continues to grow

SIXTH GRADE STUDENTS OF THE MONTH students of the month

Four boys and four girls earn distinction at Adair County Middle School

GIFTED & TALENTED STUDENTS GET “HOOKED ON SCIENCE” hooked on science

Renowned science educator Jason Lindsey visits ACHS

GIFTED AND TALENTED CLASS PREPARES FOR MOCK UNITED NATIONS SUMMIT gifted

Adair County High School students will present resolution for Mexico

STARKS, KEMP NAMED ACMS HOMECOMING KING AND QUEEN king and queen

20 students participate in this year's middle school homecoming festivities

THE PAPERLESS CLASSROOM AT ACMS paperless classroom

Sarah Antle’s math students use technology and dry erase boards for lessons

TWO NEW BOARD MEMBERS SWORN IN board members

Daniel Adams and Jonathan Gaskins take oaths of office

INFINITE CAMPUS WILL LIKELY BE DOWN AT TIMES OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS

A message from Director of Pupil Personnel Robbie Harmon

6TH GRADE ACADEMIC TEAM FINISHES THIRD AT SHOWCASE 6th grade academic team

Several earn individual medals against stiff competition

ALL FOUR STLP TEAMS ADVANCE TO STATE high school STLP team

Each school earns high marks at Regional Showcase

ADAIR STUDENTS SHINE AT STLP CONFERENCE stlp

Students’ creative use of technology draws praise from judges

‘BUDDING ENGINEERS’ DEMONSTRATE SKILLS AT ACMS egg drop

Sixth graders learn Newton’s laws of motion with hands-on experiment