• Job Opportunity
    Pool Cleaning Job Available. Student must have experience as a lifeguard or experience cleaning pools. See Mrs. Mitchener for details.
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  • Warrior Buddy
    There will be a Warrior Buddy meeting Tuesday March 31st after school.
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  • Spanish Club
    Spanish Club is having our next final meeting of the year  at La Cocina next Monday March 30, at 6pm.
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  • Blood Drive
    Student Council is hosting a blood drive Monday, March 30th. There will be free t-shirts and food from Panera Bread for all who donate! Time slots go from 8:00am to 1:15pm. Make your appointment today in C7 or with a member from Students Council during lunch. It's not everyday you get to save a life!
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  • Robotics Club
    Help support the Robotics Club! Eat out on April 15th. 10% of your bill from Pandora's Pies (after 5pm), and 25% of your bill from Smitty's Homemade Ice Cream (after noon) goes to help the club go to worlds.
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  • Embrace T-shirts
    If you signed up for an Embrace t-shirt, have the money in by this Friday to Mr. Johnson in the library. The price is $13.
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  • iD Tech
    iD Tech and code.org. Give 100 Girls Scholarships to Attend Summer STEM Program
    iD Tech knows that the world needs more girls in STEM. This year, iD Tech is partnering with Code.org, a non-profit dedicated to expanding participation in computer science, to send 100 girls to iD Tech Camps for free! At this week long summer program, ages 7-17 create mobile apps, design videos, mod with  Minecraft, build robots, code with C++ and Java, produce movies, and more. Programs are held in 30 states nationwide. Grils can Code.org, please visit http://code.org/.
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  • C-STEP
    The Carolina Student Transfer Excellence Program (C-STEP) is a program for graduating seniors interested in attending a community college like ACC and transferring to UNC. Selected students are guaranteed eventual admission to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill provided they complete the Associate of Arts or Associate of Sciences degree and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2 at a 2-year college. You will need a transcript, FAFSA info, and letters of recommendation to apply. Application deadline is April 1st. See Ms. Wu in Guidance ASAP for more details.
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  • Summer Interns
    Attention rising 11th and 12th graders who are soccer, lacrosse, rugby players and fans. Sports Endeavors, in Mebane, is looking for summer interns.
    The Varsity Program will be providing a select number of applicants an opportunity to work with their organization this summer, earn some additional cash, participate in programming that provides development and training for leadership, gain work experience, and be engaged with the brands of our business. Applicants should have 20-25 hours of availability each week from June 22nd-August 14th. Selected candidates will be provided specialized training sessions for their career development during the 8 week program.
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  • ASVAB
    The ASVAB test will be administered on Thursday, April 23, at 8:10 a.m. in the Media Center. The ASVAB Test is free of charge with no military obligation. Students seeking career exploration and a personal skills assessment, followed by a personal score interpretation will benefit from this free test.
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  • Wheel Chair Hockey
    The Warrior Football Team will take on the Carolina Fury in a Wheel chair Hockey Game on Sat. March 28th at 6pm in the gym. Come out and support this special event.
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  • Yearbook Next Year
    If you registered to be on yearbook staff next school year, you MUST turn in an application to Mrs. Merkamp in room A4 by Friday, April 10th. Applications are located in guidance. They will NOT be accepted after the due date and you will NOT be considered for the yearbook staff if you turn it in late.
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  • C-STEP
    The Carolina Student Transfer Excellence Program (C-STEP) is a program that fosters success by identifying talented low to moderate income students while they are still in high school or early in their community college careers. Selected studentsare guaranteed eventual admission to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill provided they complete the Associate of Arts or Associate of Sciences degree and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2. By the time C-STEP students enroll as juniors at Carolina, they have already forged connections with Carolina students, faculty, and staff- connections that lead to smoother transitions, stronger engagement, and better success. Application deadline is April 1st. See Ms. Wu in Guidance for more details.
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  • Spring/Summer Hiring
    The city of Burlington is hiring for Spring/Summer. See the bulletin board outside of Mrs. Mitchener's Office for more details.
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  • A & T University
    A & T University is offering The Summer High School Transportation Institute (STI) to students who are entering the 11th or 12th grade during the 2012-2016 school year and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0. This 5 1/2 week program is held on the A&T campus targeting high performing high school juniors and seniors. The objective is to introduce students to the Transportation/ Logistics/Supply Chain profession and encourage them to continue their studies at the college level. Students are introduced to all aspects of transportation; take the freshman writing course, and visit transportation facilities in Washington DC. The 2015 STI will be held from June 24-July 31. Spplication deadline is April 30, 2015. See Mrs. Mitchener for more details.  
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  • NC State's Raleigh Engineering Summer Programs
    The application deadline for NC State's Raleigh Engineering Summer programs for all K-12 students is April 1st. Visit go.ncsu.edu/espinfo or Ms. Wu in guidance for more details. 
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  • Senior Spring Kick Off Part
    SENIOR SPRING KICK OFF PARTY!!! Celebrate the beginning of Spring and the end ofyour senior year with free food, a special group picture, music, games, and a water balloon fight! Friday, March 27th at the band practice field from 3:30 until it's not fun anymore!
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  • Pool Professionals
    Pool Professionals is a  pool management company in the Triad area. They are currently in the process of hiring lifeguards and pool attendants for the 2015 season. These positions pay $7.25-$12/hour
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  • Success Academy
    Math troubles? Science Stress? Need help? Success Academy begins Monday , September 15th and runs Monday-Thursday from 3:30pm-5:30pm in the media center. No appointment necessary just bring your homework and a positive attitude.
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  • After School Snacking!
    Cold drinks and healthy snacks are available after school between B building and the Cafeteria.
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  • Student Council
    Student Council will meet every Thursday at 3:20 in Mrs. Carmon's room C7. Anyone interested in being part of student government should attend. We hope to see you there!
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  • High Impact
    High Impact, a Student-Led Christian club meets Fridays &30-8:00AM in HE3. See Mrs.Ingle or Mrs.Gibbs if interested in leadership, twelve leaders needed!
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Announcements

  • Graduation DVD
    Attention Seniors and Parents of Seniors!!! The Senior Breakfast Committee is working on a Graduation DVD that will highlight our graduates at their Senior Breakfast on June 10th. We don't want to leave anyone out but we need your help to accomplish this!  We are asking for 2 pictures of each senior- one childhood picture and one current picture!  Please send to the following address:  WA2015pics@gmail.com and include the student's name in the subject line. If you are unable to send by email, please copy onto a CD and send to the office at WAHS. Thank you!!  We need all pictures by Friday, April 10th.
     
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  • Make Up Day Information
     
    Please see the following link for make up days:
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  • Yearbook Award 
    Your yearbook, the We-Hi-Wa, has been nationally recognized for excellence and featured in the 2015 Jostens Look Book AGAIN! This is the 4th year in a row the yearbook has been awarded this prestigious recognition for its creativity, design, coverage and photography. Congratulations to the yearbook staff for your hard work and dedication to creating one of the best yearbooks in the nation! 
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  • ABSS Strategic Plan
     
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1731 North NC 87
Elon, NC  27244-9719
 
Telephone:  336-538-6020
Fax:  336-538-6014
 
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Principal:  Todd Stephan
 
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  • Congratulations to our Western
    Students of the Month (SOM) and
    Warriors of the Month (WOM)
     
    February
    SOM- Lauren Gornto
    WOM- Kelly Butler 
     
    January
    SOM- Jake Frizelle
    WOM- Bryan Nevel
     
    November
    SOM-Alexis Smith
    WOM- Matthew Lebo
     
    September SOM: Morgan McGinn
    September WOM: Diana Arellano
     

     
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