Albany County School District 1

ACSD#1 To Hear More Public Comments Tomorrow
The Albany County School District #1 Board of Trustees will convene its regularly scheduled board meeting on Wednesday, September 8, at 7 pm in the Central Office board room at 1948 Grand Avenue.
 
The School Board met last week in a special session to hear public comments on a universal masking proto…
ACSD#1 Board Votes for Temporary Mask Mandate In Schools
The Albany County School Distric #1 (ACSD#1) Board of Trustees voted to approve an interim mask requirement for all students grades K-8 while inside a building at their August 23 special session.
The interim mask requirement is from Thursday, August 26 through Friday, September 3...
ACSD#1 Board Meeting to Discuss Mask Use In Schools
On August 23, there will be a special meeting with the Albany County School District #1 (ACSD#1)  Board of Trustees at 4 pm.
This meeting was prompted by the recommendation of Superintendent Yennie Jubal that all students in kindergarten to eighth grade be required to wear a mask from Thurs…
ACSD#1 Transitioning to New Website
Beginning on the morning of Friday, August 20, Albany County School District #1 (ACSD#1) will begin the process of transitioning to a new website.
The new website will continue to be found at ACSD1.org, however, the domain for each school will change slightly from the previous sites...
Update in COVID-19 Protocol for ACSD#1
Albany County School District #1 recently put out a statement regarding COVID-19, the Delta variant, and updates to the protocol for the upcoming school year.
The district is continuing to monitor the surge of COVID-19 cases in our county, and not unlike other school districts and businesses nationwi…
Update In COVID-19 Information for ACSD#1
Recently, Superintendent Jubal Yennie has released a letter to families in Albany County School District #1 (ACSD#1) regarding COVID-19 and the Delta Variant.
In line with the guidance from the Center for Diseases Control (CDC), Yennie stated that the district will follow the CDC guidelines and be re…

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