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  • Alamance CAP Apprenticeship Program Interest Meetings Scheduled

    High school students and their parents are invited to attend an interest meeting about the Alamance Career Accelerator Program, a high school apprenticeship program available for high school juniors and seniors with 7 local businesses and Alamance Community College.  The local businesses have developed a 4-year apprenticeship program that will offer a paid summer internship, combined with on-the-job training and a 2-year associates degree in Mechatronics from Alamance Community College, all paid for by the local company.  In addition, at the end of the 4- year apprenticeship program, participating students will be offered a guaranteed job upon completion of the program.  For more information about Alamance CAP, please visit their website: alamanceCAP.com


    Parents and students, please make plans to attend one of the 10 upcoming interest meetings to hear local industry representatives and current apprentices share more about this outstanding career opportunity combined with a 2-year college degree. For freshmen and sophomores, this is a great opportunity to learn about options available for you when you reach the 11th and 12th grades.


    Meetings will be held beginning at 6:00 pm as follows:

      Tuesday, Oct. 3 Western High
      Wednesday, Oct. 4 Graham High 
      Thursday, Oct. 5 CTEC
      Monday, Oct. 9  Southern High
      Tuesday, Oct. 10 Early/Middle College
      Wednesday, Oct. 11 Williams High
      Thursday, Oct. 12 Cummings High
      Monday, Oct. 16 Eastern High


    In addition, Alamance Community College will host 2 interest meetings on their campus in the school auditorium on Thursday, October 19 and Thursday, October 26, beginning at 6:00 pm.

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  • Study Regarding the Closing of the Current Elon Elementary School Building Once Students are Moved to a New Elementary School to be Constructed by Elon University

                The Administration of the Alamance-Burlington School System has studied the proposed closing of the current Elon Elementary School if Elon University constructs a new elementary school and once students are moved to that new elementary school and makes the following findings:

    Geographic Conditions

    The new school is located approximately 1.5 miles from the current school and does not materially impact the geographic condition of the school.

    Anticipated Impact on Enrollment

    Enrollment will not change as a result of moving students to the new school.

    Inconvenience or Hardship

    Moving students to the new school will not result in an appreciable inconvenience or hardship to students, and having students in a brand new school will be a benefit.

    Cost of Providing New School Facilities

    The will be no cost to the school system as the cost of construction will be borne by Elon University.

                In light of the clear benefits to the school system and its students, the Administration recommends that the Board of Education approve the closing of the current Elon Elementary School if Elon University constructs a new elementary school and once students are moved to the that new school.

     

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  • Lunch Applications are Available Online
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  • Pre-Collegiate Academy at Graham High FAQs

     

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  • Approved Redistricting Plan 2/27/17
    View the ABSS Redistricting Plan approved by the Board of Education on February 27, 2017.

     

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  • Redistricting Proposal - February 2017
    View the Redistricting Proposal that will be voted on at the February 27, 2017 Board of Education meeting. The Board of Education meeting will be held in the auditorium at the Alamance-Burlington Schools Central Office at 1712 Vaughn Road, Burlington, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

     

    Large maps are posted in each high school lobby for review and also in the lobby at the Alamance-Burlington Schools Central Office.

     

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  • Redistricting Proposal – January 2017
    View the redistricting proposal from January 2017.

    Redistricting Specialized School Survey Results

    Redistricting Maps January 2017

     

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  • 2017-18 Dual Language Immersion Program Info
    Information about the 2017-18 Dual Language Immersion Program information meetings and kindergarten applications are available online.

     

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  • Bus Driver Training Classes
    Alamance-Burlington Schools is hosting 5 Bus Driver Training classes through the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year. The classes are sponsored by the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles Division of School Bus and Traffic Safety

    • July 17,18,19

    • August 14,15,16

    • September 18,19, 20

    • October 16,17.18

    • November 13,14,15

    • December 11,12,13

    Each series of classes will be held in the auditorium at the Alamance-Burlington Schools Administrative Office located at 1712 Vaughn Road in Burlington. 

    Each class schedule is as follows: 

    - Day 1 class is held from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm 
    - Day 2 class is held from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm
    - Day 3 class is held from 8:30 am - 2:00 pm 

    To register for one of the class series, complete an online application.

    For more information, please contact Ms. Sandy Jarrett with Alamance-Burlington Schools Transportation Division: 336 438-4000 extension 20406.

     

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  • Kindergarten Registration Dates Announced
    Please view the 2017-18 Kindergarten Registration dates for your school.

     

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  • 2017-18 Pre-Kindergarten Applications Available
    Applications for the 2017-18 Pre-K program for four-year olds are now available online.

     

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  • Early College Information
    View Early College Information and Applications.

     

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  • School Improvement Plans
    Each school's latest School Improvement Plan is posted on the school website. ABSS invites your feedback on the School Improvement Plans. View School Improvement Plans and comment on your school's plan. Thank you!

     

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  • Community Support For Public Education

     

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  • Military Connected Student Information

     

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