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Upcoming Events
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6/6/2015
Repeating Event - Habitat for Humanity
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
6/10/2015
6/13/2015
Repeating Event - Habitat for Humanity
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
6/20/2015
Repeating Event - Habitat for Humanity
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District Announcements
Title I Needs Assessment Survey for Teacher, Parents, Grandparents and Guardians

Schoolwide Needs Assessment Survey
Ashe County Schools is completing a "needs assessment" to help in planning for the 2015-2016 school year.  We would appreciate your feedback to accomplish this task. 

Click here to go to the Survey Link.
CTE Student of the Month



I have had the distinct pleasure of having Carlos A. as a student in my Construction class and on my list of outstanding students at Ashe County High School. Carlos has been more than the ideal student. In order to achieve the highest grades and my deepest respect, he has demonstrated outstanding leadership and maintained a clear sense of purpose.

The curriculum in Construction 1-2 classes is most challenging, and Carlos fulfilled all the requirements with the added challenge of the rigorous curriculum such as design software on the computer. Carlos was an outstanding extemporaneous speaker in the interview process that we do in class.

Due to its nature of state test and testing within the class, this has made Carlos a successful high school student. He has served by not only representing his school but also by representing his community as well. He developed a strong sense of confidence with a good attitude. Therefore, I could always depend on him to set the best example as an instructor.
   
Respectfully submitted,

Walter Pugh

Construction Teacher: ACHS

(In the photo from left to right is Joallen Lowder - CTE Director, Carlos A. - SOM, and Rick Woodie - Owner of Parker Tie. Thanks to the news papers and WKSK for what you do for our students at ACHS. Also thanks to Parker Tie and to Dewalt for sponsoring our SOM each month.)
Summer Players Theatre Camp
Ashe County Schools Names Mrs. Linda Sloan Teacher Assistant of the Year 2015-2016



Click here to read the press release.



Other nominated teacher assistants.
Boys Summer Basketball Camp


Next Level Hoops
June 16-18, 2015
Morning:  Grades 3 - 6
Afternoon:  Grades 7 - 10
Click here for registration form and more information
Summer Basketball Camps

Wee Wolves Basketball Camp 2015
Click here for registration form.

 
Dates:                JUNE  10  -  12 (Wednesday through Friday).
Place:                Westwood Elementary School Gym.
Time:                Wednesday, June 10  @  4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
                           Thursday & Friday, June 11 & 12 @ 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Cost:                  $30 per Camper or $25 for Wee Wolves participants.
Ages:                  Camp is open for rising 1st, 2nd & 3rd Grade Boys & Girls.
Focus:                Camp will focus on basic Fundamental Basketball Skills.
Registration:   Campers may register on the first day of camp at 4:00 p.m. – Wednesday, June 10.
Information:    Please contact Kevin Miller or Dustin Farmer at:  877-2921

Summer Reading




High School students who have signed up for an Honors English class for the 2015-2016 school year must complete a summer reading assignment. Please visit the summer reading website for more information on book titles, requirements, teacher contact info, etc. 
 
Ashe County Teacher is Tops in Class: Keana Triplett Named 2015 NC Teacher of the Year

 
Ashe County High School English teacher Keana Triplett was named the 2015 Burroughs Wellcome Fund North Carolina Teacher of the Year. The Ashe County Public Schools’ teacher succeeds James E. Ford, a World History teacher at Garinger High School (Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools).  
 















 
39th Annual State Leadership Conference for Health Occupation Students of America



Ashe County High School had a huge success at the 39th Annual State Leadership Conference for Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) in Greensboro, NC March 26th –March 28th.  Click here to read more.
Ashe County High School National Technical Honor Society


ACHS Reads



Ashe County High School is making literacy a priority this year! To support the "ACHS Reads!" literacy initiative, high school teachers put signs on their classroom doors sharing their personal reading habits with students and colleagues. Place your cursor over each sign to zoom in. Many teachers are also making time for silent, recreational reading with their students this year.
 
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