Afternoon and Evening Activities Cancelled; ABMC dismissing at 3:30 - March 5, 2015
Due to the winter weather forecast and potential for hazardous road conditions later today, ABSS is cancelling all after school and evening activities, including after-school daycare sites. The Eastern High playoff game will go on as scheduled in Fayetteville, as there is a contingency plan in place if needed.

ABMC will dismiss classes today at 3:30 p.m.

  • Art Club
    There will be a brief Art Club meeting in Mr. Simpson's room after school on Tuesday. 
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  • Prom
    It's time to think about your prom tickets!! They go on sale this Thursday, online. Please see the WAHS website for details. The Prom is April 18th. Get your tickets early & save money!
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  • AP Exams
    Registration for AP exams is open. If you took an AP class in the Fall of currently in the Spring, you need to register online through the WAHS homepage for your AP exams. All exams this year are free. If you have concerns or need to schedule a make-up exam date, please see Mrs. Moore in the counseling office by March 15th.
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  • Scholarships
    Seniors, are you looking for scholarships? Check out the March Counseling Newsletter online for 2 full pages of local scholarships all due in the next two months!
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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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  • Anime Club
    Anime club will meet next Thursday, March 12th.
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  • Yearbooks
    The in-school yearbook sale will be this Tuesday and Wednesday in the Cafeteria at lunch. $75 cash. Get yours before someone else does.
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  • FFA
    There will not be an FFA meeting tomorrow. The next meeting will be on Tuesday March 10th at 3:30.
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  • The Order of the Bell Tower
    The Order of the Bell Tower (OBT), the official student ambassadors and tradition keepers at the University of North Carolina, would like to invite Juniors to participate in a unique Job Shadowing Day program. Shadow Day will be held on Wednesday, April 1st.
    This day is an opportunity for students to visit and learn more about what it's like to be a student at UNC. The program assigns each participant an OBT member to "shadow" for a day. The student will follow his or her OBT mentor to classes, have lunch at a dining hall and watch student performances. They will also attend information sessions about admissions, scholarships/student aid, student life and housing. There will be separate sessions for parents as well.
    Registration opened Jan. 28, and closes March 18, or when the program reaches maximum capacity. See Mrs. Mitchener for more information.
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  • Tuesday, March 10th-Tickle My Ribs BBQ All day! 11am-9pm
    1183 University Blvd., Elon
    NO FLYER NEEDED- Simply tell the cashier before you pay that you are there to support Western Alamance & they will donate up to 20%. The more warriors to come, the more money we raise!
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  • Project Green
    Need a break from class? Wanna make a difference on campus? Wanna be seen not heard? Have $5.00? Join Project Green today! See  Ms. T in SC3 for details.
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  • College Fair
    WHAT: Greater Raleigh National College Fair
    WHERE: Raleigh Convention Center
    WHEN: Tuesday, March 10th 4:30 pm.-7:30 pm.
    COST: There is no charge to attend.
    HOW TO REGISTER: Students are highly encouraged to register online prior to coming to the fair. This enables them to spend more time connecting with representatives and less time waiting to register on site.
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  • Alamance Community College Foundation
    Alamance Community College Foundation is offering The Early Commitment Scholarship. It will be available to 50 new students and will cover their fall tuition. The scholarship is renewable and the deadline is March 15th. Please see Ms. Wu for more information. 
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  • ACT Score
    If you are a 10th grader and still have not received your ACT score, you can get it in the front office.
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  • 2015 Summer College
    Get ahead this summer and earn college credit with academically-motivated students from around the world at Duke University's Summer College for High School Students. If you are a current 10th or 11th grade student, you are eligible to apply for this a four-week, credit-bearing program that attracts students who represent the next generation of leaders from around the world. Immerse yourself in an international college experience by enrolling in this elite program designed to provide the academic and residential environment conductive to collegiate success.
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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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  • Spring Break Trip 2015
    Any student who is interested in touring Scotland and Ireland during Spring Break 2015 should see Coach Lockner in D7 for more information
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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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  • Senior Class T-shirts 
    This year the PTSO is selling Senior Class T-shirts.  The shirts are available in two colors and will display each graduating member of the Senior Class of 2015 on the back. Please complete and return this form along with your money by March 15th.
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  • Military Connected Student Information
    Parents and guardians, if you have a student in your household who has an immediate family member connected with the U. S. military, please take a few minutes to complete a short form. This includes family members serving on active duty, in the National Guard and Reserves, Retired Military, Disabled Veterans or Civil Service Employees. The information on the short survey form is being collected on behalf of the North Carolina General Assembly to ensure that the unique needs of military-connected students are met. We would appreciate your participation.
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  • ABSS Strategic Plan
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Telephone:  336-538-6020
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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)
    SOM-Alexis Smith
    WOM- Matthew Lebo
    September SOM: Morgan McGinn
    September WOM: Diana Arellano

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