Elementary schools build the foundation for learning. The Asheboro City Schools Elementary Instructional Program is based on the North Carolina Standard Course of Study and the North Carolina Essential Standards. Our Elementary teachers strive to provide a nurturing learning enviroment and an equitable, rigorous education for all students.
Asheboro City Schools supports a structured approach to literacy instruction throughout the elementary grades. Structured Literacy is explicit and systematic, and focuses on phonological awareness, word recognition, phonics, spelling, and comprehension.
Elementary mathematics in Asheboro City Schools is standards-based. The standards-based approach emphasizes the development of conceptual understanding and reasoning, and active student engagement with mathematical ideas through collaborative investigations, hands-on explorations, the use of multiple representations and discussion and writing.
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Wendy Rich, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction
Deanna Wiles, Director of K-12 Education
Chandra Manning, BT Coordinator and Curriculum Specialist