Today we continue our ABSS Difference Makers series highlighting a group of ladies who gather weekly to help some of our students in need. Check it out! #ABSSDifferenceMakers
3 days ago, Les Atkins
Congratulations to Lisa Rambeaut from Smith Elementary for being Fox 8's Educator of the Week! She went to Smith when she was little and Julie Hancock, current principal, was her Kindergarten teacher in her first class ever. How cool is that?
3 days ago, James Shuler
Lisa Rambeaut standing in front of a display board in her classroom
Lisa Rambeaut sitting in front of students showing pages of a book
Students at Western Middle participated in a “Book Tasting” today. They were challenged to read the book’s summary and then write their own review to determine if the book would be an interesting read. #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
3 days ago, ABSS Public Information Office
students reading books as part of a book tasting exercise at Western Middle
Do you know where your food comes from? Each year the Alamance County Agri-Business Committee offers the Farm-To-Table program to give fourth graders the chance to learn about agriculture in our community. This program, provided at no charge, educates children about where their food comes from and what is involved in food production before it reaches the dining room table. Several different areas of farming are represented while touring the nine stations- dairy, poultry, the table (food/nutrition), beekeeping, forestry products, beef cattle, field crops, soil and water conservation, and plant science. At the end, students take home a goody bag with some souvenirs and more information. It was a beautiful day at the park to learn more about the farming industry! Thanks to the committee, sponsors, volunteers, and FFA students from Southern Alamance High School for helping make this event so successful. #ABSSCommunity #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
3 days ago, James Shuler
Students from Southern Alamance High School behind a table with fruits and vegetables.
Students standing and listening to a forestry service worker talk about the products made from trees
A member of the Agri-Business Committee showing how plants can slow the speed of water runoff
A group photo of students from AO Elementary at Cedarock Park
Who better to explain the history of the American Flag than our own Alamance Co. Veterans. Thanks for sharing your stories today with our Jordan Elementary first graders. 🇺🇸 #ABSSCommunity
3 days ago, ABSS Public Information Office
veterans speaking to our students Jordan Elementary.
Superintendent Dr. Dain Butler shared his vision for ABSS today with the Alamance Chamber of Commerce Education Council. When schools and community organizations work together to support learning, everyone benefits. #ABSSCommunity
3 days ago, ABSS Public Information Office
Dr Dain Butler talking with community leaders at the Education Council Meeting
@GrahamPolice K9 Coco stopped by @GrahamRedDevils today to show our Public Safety students how evidence is found during an investigation. Coco’s keen sense of smell found the items within minutes. Thanks, Graham PD for spending time with our students. #ABSSCommunity
4 days ago, ABSS Public Information Office
Graham Police K9 Coco doing a demonstration for students at Graham High
Today, staff from Andrews Elementary, Southern Alamance HS, and Cummings HS were presented with checks to fund their projects as part of Tanger Outlet's KidsGrant program! Thank you Tanger for your ongoing support of our schools! #ABSSCommunity #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
4 days ago, James Shuler
Southern Alamance High School animal science students holding animals beside staff member Tasha Dawson who is holding a check
Kathryn Diamand and Knia Frank holding checks and kneeling besides students smiling at the camera
Regin Norris holding a check and smiling at the camera
September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness month. Our Western High School Volleyball Team granted the wish of a special young girl in our community by hosting a princess dance before their game this week. Truly and amazing night! The team also donated money to brain cancer research on her behalf. #ABSSCommunity
5 days ago, Les Atkins
Western Alamance High School Girls Volleyball team posing with with girls dressed in princess outfits for fundraising event to help child in need.
It's International Day of Peace! Ms. Fowler’s first grade class at Highland Elementary celebrated by learning the meaning of peace and how to pronounce the word in different languages. They also read and discussed about how they can help change the world with peace. #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
5 days ago, Les Atkins
Students holding pinwheels they created as part of International Day of Peace
The Williams High School IB Programme partnered with ALCOVETS to help meet the needs of our Alamance County Veterans. Today, we celebrated the success of the recent 2022 ALCOVETS Balloon Festival. #ABSSCommunity
5 days ago, ABSS Public Information Office
Williams high school students holding up shirts from volunteering at the ALCOVETS Balloon Festival
Save the Date: High School Options Fair is coming up Saturday, October 8th at Holly Hill Mall. Set yourself up for success in high school and beyond. Learn More:
6 days ago, Les Atkins
Options Fair Graphic with graduation cap photo.  Saturday Oct 8 at Holly Hill Mall from 9 a.m. to noon.  All Alamance County families and students are welcome.
ABSS Update: Our ABSS family and community are deeply saddened today about the death of one of our Eastern High School students, Devin Clark. Devin was a former Eagles Football player and will always be remembered as a kind-hearted, gentle giant who was well liked by his classmates. The loss of a student is a difficult and challenging situation that can generate a high level of anxiety and distress in students. During this time, as the school community processes this tragic news and copes with grief, ABSS will have additional counselors from across the District at Eastern High School to support our students and staff. We encourage families to talk with their children about this tragic event. Discussing thoughts and feelings about this situation is important in helping your child work through their grief. Our condolences and thoughts go out to Devin’s family, friends, and classmates and to the Orange County School community who are also grieving the loss of a student there.
7 days ago, Les Atkins
ABSS Alert: Our hearts are heavy this morning as we have learned about the death of one of our Eastern Alamance High School students. Counselors will be on hand today to assist students and staff. We send our condolences to the student’s family and friends at this time.
7 days ago, Les Atkins
Creative teaching & learning! Mr. Flack’s class at AW Elementary practiced what they’ve learned about units of measurement and writing with clarity by creating recipes for and then eating the perfect peanut butter sandwich. Some even included bacon and even hot sauce. 🤩
10 days ago, ABSS Public Information Office
student sharing peanut butter sandwich with hot sauce
students in class learning how to write recipes and units of measurement
student holding peanut butter sandwich as part of class exercise
student holding recipe and homemade peanut butter sandwich
ABEC students participated in "Constitution Day" at ACC today. They reviewed parts of the North Carolina Constitution, created time period art, and explored some of ACC's awesome course offerings for high school students! #StudentCenteredFutureFocused #ABSSCommunity
10 days ago, James Shuler
Alamance Burlington Early College students learning about the constitution at Alamance Community College
Alamance Burlington Early College students creating crafts at Alamance Burlington Community College
Alamance Burlington Early College students looking to microscopes at Alamance Community College
Alamance Burlington Early College students performing CPR on a dummy at Alamance Community College
ABSS Superintendent Dr. Dain Butler posted this message on social media today regarding school safety. Here's a link:
10 days ago, Les Atkins
ABSS Superintendent Dr. Dain Butler posted this message on social media today regarding school safety. Here's a link:
10 days ago, Les Atkins
Teacher Assistants are valuable components of our schools. They work hard for our students every day. Let's celebrate them together! Shout out a Teacher Assistant in the comments below. 👇👇👇 #StudentCenteredFutureFocused #teacherassistant
10 days ago, James Shuler
National Teaching Assistants Day graphic
Of course we HAD to celebrate International Dot Day at Sylvan Elementary today. A day set aside to connect, collaborate, and celebrate self-expression. #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
10 days ago, ABSS Public Information Office
children’s are on a wall celebrating international dot day
International dot day with children’s art on a wall
International dot day celebration. Children creating chalk art on the sidewalk at Sylvan Elementary