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Asheboro City Schools is the school system which is responsible for most of the schools in Asheboro, North Carolina. Asheboro is a city located in Randolph County, North Carolina. ...
Asheboro High School South Asheboro Middle School North Asheboro Middle School Guy B. Teachey Elementary School Lindley Park Elementary School Charles W. McCrary Elementary School Donna Lee Loflin Elementary School Balfour Elementary School
Asheboro High School is a high school in the Asheboro City Schools system. ...
Assistant Superintendents Dr. Timothy Allgood, Human Resources Dr. Denny Jennings, Curriculum and Instruction
Central Office Administration Mr. Harold Blair, Director of Business and Finance Mr. Michael Mize, Director of Facilities and Maintenance Mr. Curt Lorimer, Director of Career and Technical Education Mr. Brad Rice, Director of Special Programs Ms. Donna Clelland, Director of Testing and Accountability Mrs. Gail Hicks, Director of Exceptional Child Services Mrs. Carla Freemyer, Public Information Officer Dr. Joy McLaughlin, Director of LEP Programs Mr. Tom Quinn, Food Services Director
Board of Education Mr. Steve Jones, Chairman Mr. Kyle Lamb Mr. Archie Priest Mrs. Linda Cranford Mrs. Gidget Kidd Mr. Derek Robbins Mrs. Joyce Harrington Mrs. Jane Redding Mr. Chris Yow Two open positions to be filled in December 2006
Points of Pride Guy B. Teachey Elementary School is our first "Honor School of Excellence" for the 2004-2005 school year Charles W. McCrary and Lindley Park Elementary School have partnered with the NC Zoo to work with a school in Uganda, utilizing technology to communicate and share curriculum 30 Asheboro City Schools teachers have National Board Certification Our pre-school program has earned a 5-star rating from NC, the highest available and NAEYC accreditation All teachers and staff wear photo ID badges for student safety We have a comprehensive Career Development program for grades K-12 Asheboro City Schools has a master's degree reimbursement program for teachers and on-site master’s degree course work from UNCG During the 2004-2005 school year, over 9,000 hours of staff development were offered We have internet access and email capabilities in all offices and classrooms Our district sponsors local "Innovative Teaching Grants" each year Our Gateways to Success program exceeds state expectations We have over 1,400 networked computers throughout the district We have mobile wireless labs at Asheboro High School, North Asheboro Middle School and South Asheboro Middle School 22.8% of the Class of 2005 were Distinguished Graduates, 4.0 gpa or higher 30.3% of our teachers and staff have advanced degrees Asheboro City Schools has received national recognition for implementation of our AlphaSmart program in grades 3-5 24 languages are spoken in Asheboro City Schools Asheboro City Schools has award winning band, choral, and visual arts programs Our pre-school program requires parent participation to stay in the program We have a special program to support Initially Licensed Teachers Our 2004-2005 school safety survey indicated that 82.6% of students feel safe at school Asheboro High School serves as a Senior Project demonstration site for the state of North Carolina We have a cooperative/dual enrollment program with Randolph Community College In 2004-2005 we had 1424 students whose native language was not English The class of 2005 earned $1,335,128 in college scholarships Asheboro City Schools has eleven 21st Century technology rich classrooms 88% of the class of 2005 intend to pursue a college degree AHS Mock Trial team has represented North Carolina in national competition the past 5 years in a row The class of 2005 had an average SAT score of 1016, 6 points above the state During the 2004-2005 school year, our yellow buses logged over 145,900 miles 85% of students in grades 3-8 are performing at or above grade level in reading and math 12 scholarships are awarded annually by the Asheboro City Education Foundation During the 2004-2005 school year, five AHS students were accepted to Governor's School Asheboro City Schools has implemented writing curriculum for grades K-5, "Write from the Beginning" and "Write for the Future" in grades 6-8 Asheboro City Schools has certified staff in all classrooms Asheboro High School was one of the first schools in the nation to move to the block schedule During the 2004-2005 school year, over 487,000 lunches were served to students Thinking Maps curriculum is used in grades K-12 7 Asheboro High School students have been Teaching Fellows recipients over the past five years In 2004-2005, Asheboro High School had 100% participation in the Senior Project Asheboro City Schools attendance rate is one of the highest in North Carolina All of Asheboro City Schools yellow buses are equipped with cell phones and cameras We have 29 athletic programs at Asheboro High School and 10 programs at the middle schools Asheboro City Schools has networked LAN's and WAN's serving all classrooms and offices.
External links Asheboro City Schools Website