Student Transfer Window NOW OPEN! | ¡Ventana de transferencia de estudiantes ahora abierta!
Asheboro City Schools student transfer window is open with digital applications for student admission, reassignment, and release. The window for applications is March 1st to June 1st each year. Applications should be completed prior to the deadline of June 1st for students who wish to attend a school other than the one they are assigned. | La ventana de transferencia de estudiantes de las Escuelas de la Ciudad de Asheboro ahora está abierta con solicitudes digitales disponibles para la admisión, reasignación y liberación de estudiantes. Cada año la ventanilla para las solicitudes es del 1 de marzo hasta el 1 de junio. Las solicitudes deben ser completadas antes del 1 de junio para los estudiantes que desean asistir a una escuela distinta a la que se les asigna. Las solicitudes se pueden encontrar en el enlace a continuación.

All digital applications are available on the ACS Support Services website:

School Nurses


The Asheboro City Schools Nurse Team is dedicated to the wellness of their students, staff and families.

• Our vision is that all students are healthy, safe and ready to learn.

• Our mission is to minimize or eliminate health barriers that impede learning. 

School nursing is a specialized practice of nursing that protects and promotes student health, facilitates optimal development, and advances academic success. School nurses are the leaders who bridge health care and education.School nurses provide care coordination, advocate for quality student-centered care, and collaborate to design systems that allow individuals and communities to develop their full potential. 

Adopted by the NASN Board of Directors February 2017.

The Role of ACS nurses is to:

• Provide leadership for the provision of health services.

• Provide screening and referral for health conditions.

• Promote a healthy school environment.

• Promote health.

• Provide direct health care to students and staff.

• Serve in a leadership role for health policies and programs.

• Serve as a liaison between school personnel, family, community, and health care providers.

BSN, RN, NCSN, Lead Nurse
Vacant Position
Health Assessment and Immunization Requirements:
NC state law requires that every child entering public schools in N.C. for the very first time must receive a health assessment (check-up/physical). The assessment must occur within 12 months prior to entering school. The medical provider, parent or guardian must provide a completed health assessment transmittal form to the school upon enrollment. 
Who will this affect?
Ä All Kindergarten students.
Ä Any student (K-12) moving from another state and enrolling in a NC public school for the very first time.
Ä Any student (K-12) previously homeschooled and enrolling in a NC public school for the very first time.
Ä Any student (K-12) previously attending a private school in NC that did not require a NC health assessment and the student has never been enrolled in a NC public school.
Medication Administration during the school day
Asheboro City Schools recognize that students may need to take medication at school. However, to minimize disruptions to the school day, medicines should be taken at home rather than at school whenever feasible. The school district is not required to administer any medication that could be taken at home. If medication is required during the school day, the Physician Authorization Form will need to be completed with the student’s name, name of medication, purpose of medication, time medication is to be administered, dosage, possible side effects, and termination date.
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