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Allen Consolidated Schools

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Important Information concerning COVID-19 planning - see below for updated school guidelines for operation

Effective - Tuesday, August 18, 2020

8/15/2020   Parents and Guardians   Beginning on Tuesday August 18 th , Allen Consolidated Schools will move to Stage Two on the Guidelines for Opening and Operations of School Protocol.   We have made some modifications to the language and the procedures in Stage Two.  Please review those changes on the updated plan found below this document.  . . .

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Allen Consolidated Schools / Tri County Northeast Wolfpack Spring Activities Expectations for Spectators

updated 2/25/2021

Spring Activities   Expectations for Spring Activities: Active participants are permitted, but not required, to wear face coverings during competition/performance. Spectators are required to wear face coverings for entrance to all activities . Face coverings may be removed if outside and 6 feet of physical distance can be maintained. Face coverings must . . .

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Speech Showcase

You are invited to a Speech Showcase featuring the talents of Allen's finest:  Ashley Kraemer, Alli Jackson & Josh Olesen    Tuesday, March 2nd at 7:00pm in the commons.      See the event live on Striv!  Click HERE ...    Masks are required for spectators!  >> See the spectator / health guidelines!  Click HERE ! 

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Spring Picture Day - March 16, 2021

Spring Picture Day is Tuesday, March 16 beginning at 8:30am.     All students will be photographed - but purchase is NOT required.   To order online - click HERE .    (please note if you have more than one student each packet has to be ordered separately.) You can also bring in the order forms which will be handed out to all students soon! 

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TURNING TODAY'S STUDENTS INTO TOMORROW'S LEADERS