Arrival and Dismissal Procedures
In the mornings, all car riders should be dropped off in the Foust Street circle. We have staff memebers waiting to assist your child to ensure they enter the building safely and securely. All bus riders will be dropped off in the Ross Street circle. All day care vans should use the Ross Street circle as well.
In the afternoons, all car riders should be picked up in the Foust Street circle. All students must be picked up in a vehicle. Parents who wish to walk up to the school and pick up their child must do so at the walker area (front of school, at the atrium). Your child will be noted as a walker. Bus riders are dismissed to their busses in the Ross Street circle. Students who are picked up by a day care van will be picked up in the Ross Street circle and dismissed from the multipurpose room.
All transportation changes need to be made in writing or by callin the office by 2:00 p.m. No changes will be made after 2:00 p.m.
School Year Calendar 2017-2018 (Revised 1/23/18)
Academic and Social Achievement Program (ASAP)
The purpose of the Academic and Social Achievement program (ASAP) is to
provide opportunities for students to work on targeted academic goals through individual, and group learning opportunities. The program consists of structured academic and recreational activities suitable to the particular age groups in kindergarten through fifth grade.
ASAP Policies & Procedures English/Spanish
New Immunization Requirement for 6th Grade Entry - Is your child ready?
A new immunization is now required for 6th grade entry, beginning with the 2008-09 school year.
A booster dose of Tdap vaccine is required for all children attending public school who are entering the 6th grade on or after August 1, 2008, if five years or more have passed since their last dose of tetanus/diphtheria toxoid.
Students NOT attending public school, (i.e., private, home-school, non-traditional schools) who are 12 years of age on or after August 1, 2008, are required to receive one booster dose of Tdap vaccine, if five years or more have passed since their last dose of tetanus/diphtheria toxoid.
Tdap is a combination vaccine that provides protection against three diseases: tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (commonly called whooping cough). Please contact your health care provider or local health department to schedule an appointment to receive this vaccine.
Your child will need to bring proof of vaccination to the school on the first day of 6th grade. Acceptable proof of vaccination is a copy of the child's Certificate of Immunization. You will have 30 days from the first day of attendance to present the required up-to-date immunization record for your child. If proof of vaccination is not provided bu the end of the 30 calendar day period the child will be suspended from school until he/she provides proof of immunization.
Do not delay! Make sure your child is ready and up-to-date on his/her immunization prior to the start of the 6th grade school year.
For more information, visit http://www.immunize.nc.gov/
Want to Volunteer at Your Child's School?
All stakeholders are encouraged to support the well-being and academic success of Asheboro City Schools students through family, school, and community collaboration.
Volunteers play a vital role in students’ success and help inspire our students to reach their full potential. No experience is necessary. We will train you and help you do the volunteer work you select. We will strive to make the volunteer experience as effective and rewarding as possible for all people involved—student, teacher, and volunteer! You can make a difference!
Here is just a sampling of ways in which you can volunteer:
Level 1: Volunteer activity takes place with supervision and involves little or no student contact (e.g., office support, phone receptionist, photocopying, serving on school committees, school beautification)
Level 2: Volunteer activity takes place in a classroom or other group setting and is supervised by school staff (e.g., tutoring, helping in the computer lab, assisting with book fair, reading to children, gathering resources and supplies, assisting with an assembly program, testing proctor, special events)
Level 3: Volunteer activity involves direct contact with students under limited supervision by school staff (e.g., one-on-one tutoring, sharing a talent with a student, assisting in health room, preschool screening)
Level 4: Volunteer activity allows unsupervised contact with student(s) on or off campus (e.g., field trip chaperone, mentor, community/school partner, lunch “buddy”, senior project mentor)
For more information about volunteering in our schools, please contact Vanessa Brooks, Family Engagement Coordinator, or your child's teacher.
A criminal background search is required of all volunteers working individually with students under limited or no supervision by other staff (Level 3 and 4 activities) in programs that are sponsored or co-sponsored by Asheboro City Schools, that receive funding from the school system, or that collaborate with the school system. To complete the background process, click here.
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