|Friday, January 30, 2015:† Ashe County Schools are on a three-hour delay.† Officials will continue to assess road conditions.|
- Basketball vs North Wilkes
- North Carolina Extension and Community Association
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
- Basketball at East Wilkes
Annual School Report Card Release
January CTE Student of the Month
The Career and Technical† Student of the Month is John S., (pictured on the left) and the owner of Parker Tie, Rick Woodie (pictured on the right).† As always, thanks to Civitas Media, Mountain Times, and WKSK for what you do for our students at Ashe County High School. Thanks to Parker Tie and Dewalt for†sponsoring our CTE Student of the Month.
I have had the distinct pleasure of having John S. as a student in my Construction class and on my list of outstanding students at Ashe County High School. John 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.
Since his classmates, my fellow teachers, and I will always hold him in the highest esteem, I sincerely have recommended John S. for January Student of the Month.
Construction Teacher: ACHS
Order your yearbook by Jan.31, 2015 to receive the free namestamp on the cover for only $60. After Feb.1, students will not be able to get their names on the covers, and the cost goes up to $70. In school sales to pre-order have ended. Mrs.Wells will hold a last chance sale in the spring once books have arrived.
Regional Teacher of Year - Keana Triplett
Keana Triplett, English teacher at Ashe County High School was named as the North Carolina Northwest Region 7† 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year.† Click here to read Press Release.
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.