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Assistant Principals ERIC DAVIS and KELLY DURR will be moving to new assignments beginning July 1st of this year.
Mr. Davis has been named the new principal of Anderson High School.
Mrs. Durr will be the Director of the AHS D26 Career Center.
Congratulations to both and good luck!
We’re pleased to introduce TipTxt – an easy, confidential tool that uses two-way texting to report incidents or suspicious activity related to bullying or anything that may impact the safety of our students and school community.
The system is operated by notifications provider Blackboard Connect. Using TipTxt, students (or anyone) can contact school officials about issues confidentially with no fear of retaliation or embarrassment that they might feel talking to us in person.
We’re pleased to introduce TipTxt – an easy, confidential tool that uses two-way texting to report incidents or suspicious activity related to bullying or anything that may impact the safety of our students and school community. The system is operated by notifications provider Blackboard Connect. Using TipTxt, students (or anyone) can contact school officials about issues confidentially with no fear of retaliation or embarrassment that they might feel talking to us in person.
What To Do:
Program this number into family cell phones now for texting purposes (no calls): (765)-274-0171)
When reporting a tip, text KEYWORD: (Bully, Guns, Drugs, Suicide, Fight) and follow prompts
TipTxt is not a replacement for emergency services and will be monitored weekdays during regular school hours. If someone is in immediate danger or if a matter is an emergency, call 911.
Talk with your child and tell them that by using TipTxt, they can do something to help if they witness (or experience) a bullying incident, suspicious or criminal activity, or if they simply need to talk to someone about a stressful issue that affects their ability to concentrate at school.
TipTxt is an enhancement to our existing policies and procedures already in effect for anti-bully efforts, safety and security reporting. These can be viewed on the (ACSC) website at (http://www.neola.com/anderson-in/search/policies/po5517.01.htm)
Students with cell phones can access TipTxt if it is an extenuating circumstance at any time during the school day. Parents, staff and community members can also report tips. Posters and instruction about how and when to use TipTxt will be shared with students at school.
Your cell phone provider’s standard message and data rates apply for text messaging.
If you have questions about this new service, please contact (Mr. Brandon, Mrs. Durr, or Mr. Davis in the Main Office). Thank you for your support!
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan Announces Recipients of 2015 President’s Education Awards Program:
I’m excited to announce that the U.S. Department of Education has announced the recipients of the 2015 President’s Education Awards Program. Over 500 Indiana schools have been honored for their educational excellence and academic growth in the classroom! Congratulations to all of the awardees! You can read Secretary Arne Duncan’s announcement and view a list of awardees here.
Here is the list of 2015 PEAP participating schools by state/territory.
Anderson High School has been named a 2015 award recipient!
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*8 Step Process Overview by Pat Davenport
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