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Asbury Elementary News
Board Approves 2016-2017 School Calendar
One of the first items of business at the Jan. 13 Board of Education meeting was the approval of the 2016-2017 school year calendar. School will start on Wednesday, Aug. 17, with the school year concluding on Thursday, June 1. A copy of the calendar is available on the District’s home page under the Quick Links section or by clicking here. 
Getting to Know Miss Lash - 5th Grade Teacher
I am in my second year of teaching at Asbury Elementary. I graduated from the University of Kentucky with my Bachelors and am currently working on my Masters at Ohio University. I enjoy many outgoing activities, such as crossfit, water skiing, snow skiing, and swimming. I acted as a student-athlete in college. competing in the SEC Swim Conference for four years. I grew up with an incredibly supportive and involved family, and I am very close to my big sister, who is two years older than me. 
Confidence in the Value of Positive Discipline
This tool will strengthen parents' confidence in discipline and transform it from an exhausting ordeal to a simple, natural interaction. This is guilt-free parenting. It's How Kids & Teens Learn!
  • Do you want your kids to make mistakes?
  • Do you want your teens to do dumb things?
Their mistakes are our opportunity to teach them something. We're not going to let those mistakes go to waste. Someone is going to learn something today.
Parents who view discipline as teaching get excited when their kids open that door. We don't get mad, we get motivated. We're enthusiastic about teaching through positive discipline and consequences.
 
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