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EOC Testing begins

ACHS will begin EOC testing on Tuesday, November 29

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ACHS Implements “Freshman Seminar” Career Course for All 9th Grade Students

In the 2022-2023 school year, Appling County High School has implemented a new career-focused program for all 9th grade students called the “Freshman Seminar”. 

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EOC Testing begins

ACHS will begin EOC testing after the Thanksgiving Break.

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The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is now: 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

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Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention

SB 60 – Jeremy Nelson and Nick Blakely Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention Act March, 2019

“All Georgia schools (public and private including charters) that have one or more grades 6-12 shall hold an informational meeting twice per year regarding the symptoms and warning signs of sudden cardiac arrest. At such informational meeting, an information sheet on sudden cardiac arrest symptoms and warning signs shall be provided to each student’s parent or guardian. In addition to students, parents or guardians, coaches, and other school officials, such informational meetings may include physicians, pediatric cardiologists and athletic trainers.”

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