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SCHOOL VISITOR CHECK-IN/CHECK-OUT PROCEDURE

To ensure the safety of students and staff all visitors will be required to show a form of identification upon entering the building.  Visitors going beyond the main office will be required to sign in and leave their driver's license or other form of ID until they return to checkout. The parent or guardian's ID will cover minor children. (This procedure is required for all minor children/students.)  Any visitor without an ID will need to be screened by an administrator and accompanied by a staff member to and from their destination.



2018-2019 Academic Calendar

 

Information

Student Forms

ACPS Per Pupil Expenditures
ACPS Safety Terminology

ACPS Referral For Initial Preschool Child Study
  Annual Application for Non-Resident/Non-District Students: 2018-2019

Attendance Waiver Request Form
AHS Career Clusters & Pathways 2018-2019
Bullying Incident Report Form
  Submit a Bullying Report
Alleghany Highlands Chamber of Commerce
Alleghany Preschool Providers Liaison for Early Childhood Services Flyer

Back to School Immunization Clinics Schedule -2017
Certification of Need for Homebound Instruction
Closings and Delays  
Compulsory School Attendance Statutes Chronic Health Condition School Attendance Plan
Destiny: Alleghany County Public Schools Library Catalog Commonwealth of Virginia School Entrance Health Form

Destruction of Educational Records


Disability History & Awareness Month

Home School Intent Form

Eating Disorder Parent Information

Parent/Student Concussion Form

ePat: Electronic Practice Assessment Tools

Authorization Form
School Board Policy JEG-F1- Request for Release from Compulsory School Attendance

Focus School Letter to Parents School Board Policy KBA F1- Request for Public Records
School Entrance Health Form
Local Special Education Advisory Committee Meeting Dates
Virginia Birth Certificate Application Form

Online Concussion Training

 

Map of the Alleghany County Education and School Districts
No Child Left Behind
Pertussis Information

Medical Forms

Power School Parent Portal 504 Forms
Power School Parent Portal User Guide  

2018-2019 Parent/Student Handbook

 

Schools Seeking Disabled Students
 
Services and Resources for the Hearing or Visually Impaired
 

Six Year Plan: Revision Document

 

State Council for Higher Education in Virginia  
Student Insurance: Markel Accident Insurance
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1-877-444-5014
 

Survey:  Employee Budget Suggestions

Home School

US Department of Education
VDOE
Virginia Procedural Safeguards Notice

Acceptable Use Policy
Virginia PTA Student Fees, Fines, and Charges Policy

Virginia Special Education Disability Categories and Criteria

Student Fees, Fines, and Charges Policy Waiver  (PDF)

Virginia Wizard
VDOE School Report Card


Youth Risk Behavior Survey 2014
 

 

The Parents Guide to Special Education is now posted on the VDOE website in E-pub format. This lets all users take advantage of the accessibility features built into portable electronic readers such as the IPAD, IPHONE, Kindle, Nook, etc.

http://www.doe.virginia.gov/special_ed/parents/index.shtml


Alleghany County, in the Allegheny Mountains of western Virginia, is part of a larger community commonly referred to as the Alleghany Highlands. Settled in the 1700s and surveyed by Thomas Jefferson and George Washington, the Alleghany Highlands grew into a mining and ore center and saw further commercial development with the arrival of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad in the 1800s.

In addition to Alleghany County, the Alleghany Highlands includes the city of Covington and the towns of Clifton Forge and Iron Gate, names that reflect the region's industrial background.

The region's economy has changed considerably since its early days, and the Highlands' region today serves as an important location for companies in the paper and wood products, packaging, and automotive industries. The region also is a growing tourist destination as a result of its location within the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests and its proximity to two world-famous resorts: The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, WV; and The Homestead in Hot Springs, VA.

Although rural in nature, the Alleghany Highlands' location on Interstate 64 means you're never far from larger metropolitan areas: Roanoke (60 miles), Richmond (176 miles) Washington, DC (227 miles) and Norfolk (270 miles).