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Students wear silver medals that they earned at the Science Olympiad competition.

Science Olympiad Team

Students wave flags as they celebrate Flag Day.

Anderson celebrates Flag Day

A group photo of 6th grade students after completing the egg drop STEM challenge.

6th Grade Egg Drop: STEM Challenge

A group picture of the basketball team with the Westminster Police Office and staff coaches.

Westminster Police Officers Hoops Program

One student gives a hug to anther student.

Special Olympics

A group pictures of Special Olympics athletes, staff and volunteer.

Special Olympics

A student wears a dragon costume for the Lunar New Year Parade.

Multicultural Parade - Lunar New Year

Students wear masks for a cultural parade

Anderson's Cultural Parade

Six student council officers stand together

2017-2018 Student Council Officers

Fence design showing a tiger

Anderson Tigers ROAR

Anderson Vision Statement
Gold Award for PBIS

Anderson's Gold Recognition for PBIS

Anderson ROARS (Respectful, Organized, Attentive, Responsible, Safe) Logo

Anderson Tigers are Respectful, Organized, Attentive, Responsible, and Safe


Office Opens
Date: 8/21/2018
Online Parent Support
Date: 8/23/2018, 8 AM 10 AM
Location: MPR
Online Parent Support
Date: 8/24/2018, 1 PM 3 PM
Location: MPR
TK & Kindergarten Meet & Greet
Date: 8/29/2018, 2:30 PM 3 PM
Location: TK & Kindergarten Classrooms
2018-2019 Class Lists Posted
Date: 8/29/2018, 4 PM
Location: Office Windows

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Anderson Community Survey

You opinions matter. Please use the link below to provide feedback for the 2017-2018 school year. This is the same survey that was sent home to families at the end of the school year and should only be taken once by each family. Thank you!


Read online over the summer for free. Just use this link to access Overdrive. Just use your school long in over the summer to enjoy reading a good book.

Summer Activities

Follow this link to find some fun, family and learning activities for the summer. Enjoy!

Summer Reading

Summer reading is important to maintain skills while school is out.  Taking time each day to read at least 30 minutes will help students keep up their fluency and comprehension.  Here are some resources that will help.

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