Now that the 2018-2019 school year comes to close, the Asheboro City Schools Facility and Maintenance department will begin summer projects to keep buildings and facilities first-class for students, staff, and families for the opening of the 2019-2020 school year. In addition to routine maintenance, the district has several projects that may affect community-use of facilities.
Work will continue on the Asheboro High School addition, set to be completed in May 2020. During the summer months (June – August), there will be no parking allowed on the high school’s campus. All parking lots will be blocked due to the construction.
The South Asheboro Middle School track will also be closed June – August 2019 for resurfacing. This project will take the entire summer to complete as there are a number of steps involved in the resurfacing of the track. Starting Thursday, June 13, the track and the field on the inside of the track will be closed to the community. Signage will be located at the track to deter community-use.
“We love that the community uses our track. It’s a great asset to the health and well-being of our community. However, the track does require maintenance – and in this case – resurfacing, so that it can remain safe and in superior shape for our students, staff, and the community. We ask our visitors to respect this process and we thank them for their patience,” said Dr. Terry Worrell, Superintendent for Asheboro City Schools.
For more information about summer projects, please contact Asheboro City Schools central office at (336) 625-5104.
About Asheboro City Schools:
Asheboro City Schools is a medium-sized school district in North Carolina, serving approximately 4,500 students at eight schools and one five-star Early Childhood Development Center. The district’s mission is to graduate responsible citizens who are prepared to succeed in higher education or the career of their choice. For more information, visit the district’s website at http://www.asheboro.k12.nc.us/.