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Licensed Administrator Vacancies

Date Available Position Title Locacation 
 November 2019Director of Exceptional Children Services 
 
Central Office
Carla Freemyer, Executive Director of Human Resources 
 

Licensed Teacher Vacancies 2019 - 2020

Date Available

Position Title

Location

Licensure Area

September 2019 
 
Asheboro High School
Dr. Penny Crooks, principal 
 
88091 
October 2019
 
Central Office
Dr. Cayce Favasuli, Director of Exceptional Children Services
 
 
September 2019
 
Kindergarten 
Balfour Elementary School
Chris Tuft, principal
 
025
September 2019
Social Studies (6th grade)
 
South Asheboro Middle School
Ron Dixon, principal
 
78400 or 025
 
 
Asheboro City Schools is committed to diversity and equity, and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will recieve consideration for employment and not experience discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, physical or other disability. We strive for a qualified workforce that represents the diversity of our community.  

Asheboro City Schools believes our staff are critical for helping the district reach our goals of increasing student achievement, equity and excellence, and overall district effectiveness. Therefore, each staff member is expected to foster a culture of respect, continuously self-reflect and engage in professional learning, promote equity and strive for excellence for all within their specific position or role. 

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