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Join us for Kindergarten Roundup!
Is your child starting kindergarten in the Anchorage School District in the 2015-16 school year? Then come join us! ASD staff will share what to expect as your child begins kindergarten in the fall. Together we will partner to help your child be best prepeared to experience early school success.
Alaska Measures of Progress
Alaska Measures of Progress (AMP) is the new Alaska assessment for students in grades 3-10. AMP replaces the Standards Based Assessments (SBA). Read frequently asked questions and find your child's testing window.
Adult English Classes
ASD's English Language Learner Program is offering free English language classes for parents and adult family members of ASD students. There is an intermediate and beginner session to accommodate a wide range of skill levels. Download the flier for more information Adult ESL flier
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Welcome to ASD
New to the district? Not sure how to enroll your child? Want to apply for the lottery? Our Welcome to ASD section walks you through the process of determining your child's needs, researching your options and how to enroll or register.
Feedback & Questions
- Submit a comment
- Problem solving and complaints
- Evaluate a teacher
- Evaluate an administrator
- Multicultural Education Concerns Advisory Committee
- Contact us
Student grades, fees, classwork
See the attendance page for information about reporting absences, notifications and procedures.
Parents play a critical role in the education of their children. Read the district's policy on parent involvement or talk with your child's principal. Participating in parent conferences is an important way to be involved.
College and career help
The Counseling and Guidance pages offer tools to help your child attend college, pursue a career or employment and search for financial assistance.
Visiting our schools
Parents and community members are welcome at our schools. Please be prepared to sign in at the office and show identification. Staff may stop you in the halls as a safety precaution. This is not intended to offend or discourage your visit.