We’re ready to meet you! Our ABSS Job Fair is underway today until noon at Highland Elementary in Burlington. #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
2 days ago, ABSS Public Information Office
administrator standing beside a table at the job fair
ABSS job fair. staff member sitting behind table draped with ABSS logo
abss job fair photo of all tables set up in multipurpose room
Our students are leading by example. Thanks to the Southern Alamance High School DREAM Team for sharing a positive message with the 5th grade D.A.R.E. students at Sylvan Elementary School this week! #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
3 days ago, James Shuler
Southern Alamance High School DREAM Team students sitting in front of a fifth grade class at Sylvan Elementary telling inspiration stories of their life
The Jordan Sellars High School Class of 1967 wants to make sure the Cummings Band shows up and shows out at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. They presented the band with a check today for $1650 toward their trip and encouraged other classes to do the same. #ABSSCommunity
3 days ago, Les Atkins
Jordan Sellars Class of 1967 presenting a check to the Cummings High School Band.  Members of band and Band Director posing with class members holding large check.
ABSS is hiring bus drivers and classes are being offered soon! Drivers play an important role in getting students to and from school safely. Learn more about becoming a bus driver, including benefits, on our website: https://bit.ly/abssbusclasses
3 days ago, James Shuler
A graphic with yellow background and a photograph of a school bus in the middle.  On the top is the text "Alamance-Burlington Schools, 2023 Bus Classes" and on the bottom "Driver's Needed" on a green rectangle strip background.
Our job fair is tomorrow! ABSS is a great place to work. On-site interviews and hiring are available. Come out and see us! https://www.abss.k12.nc.us/o/abss/page/attend-our-job-fair #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
3 days ago, James Shuler
Job Fair graphic with text "Be My Teacher!" below a photograph of seven elementary students in front of colorful artwork.   At the bottom is information, "This Saturday, 9 to Noon, Highland Elementary, Burlington, NC" and "ABSS Job Fair"
It's hard to beat hot cocoa on a cold morning! 🍫☕️This week first graders at Hillcrest Elementary have been writing about how to make hot cocoa step-by-step! They followed their own directions to a tasty final product. Delicious! #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
3 days ago, James Shuler
First graders at Hillcrest Elementary are sitting at their desks and four of the six are holding up a styrofoam cup of hot cocoa.  One girl is writing and the other is looking away with his cup sitting on the desk.
Five first grade students from Hillcrest Elementary sitting at their desks and holding a styrofoam cup of hot cocoa
Written instructions for making hot cocoa by a first grader at Hillcrest Elementary.  It says, "First I put the cocoa mix in the cup.  Next, I put hot water in the cup.  Then I mix the cocoa mix.  Last I put marshmallows in my hot cocoa."
Eastern Alamance DECA, an organization of marketing students, attended the District 4 DECA competition yesterday. Students had 10 minutes to come up with a solution to a business problem and 10 minutes to present to a judge in a role play scenario. Many were recognized on stage for their ideas. Overall winners were John Nofsinger 1st Place in Principles of Marketing and Owen Sawyer 2nd Place overall in Quick Serve Restaurants. #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
3 days ago, James Shuler
A group photograph of Eastern Alamance High School DECA marketing students at the District 4 DECA competition.  They are dressed formally and some are wearing medals or holding trophies in recognition of their marketing ideas.
Order up! ☕️ These books are delicious! 😋 Colleen Macklin, one of ACC’s librarians put on a “Star-books” cafe for our Early College students today. Each student left with a hot cocoa and a new book to read over the holidays. #ABSSCommunity #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
4 days ago, James Shuler
Four Early College students sit around a table in a library at Alamance County College discussing some books with coffee.  In the background are three more students talking to librarian Colleen Macklin.
Four students from the Early College hold up photo props on sticks such as novelty glasses and holiday themed beards around a table with books and coffee
Four students from Early College look and smile at the camera as they sit at one of the tables in an ACC library with books and coffee
Southern Alamance High School's Student Council started a new program called Buddies and Studies. 🤗 📚They're visiting elementary school students to read with them, help with homework, and just be an older buddy they can talk to! #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
4 days ago, James Shuler
A member of the Southern Alamance High School Student Council assists two elementary girls with a craft project involving paint, crayons, and paper on a cafeteria table
A member of the Southern Alamance High School Student Council assists two elementary students with a craft project involving paint, crayons, and paper on a cafeteria table
A member of the Southern Alamance High School Student Council and an elementary student show the ferris wheels they constructed using KNEX on the gym floor
A member of the Southern Alamance High School Student Council and an elementary student build objects from connector blocks on the gym floor
Congrats to our very own Lindsey Criss, CTE Curriculum and Instructional Mgt. Coordinator on being named the 2023 National Teacher Educator of the Year. We’re proud to have another ABSS employee recognized nationally for the great work they do. #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
4 days ago, ABSS Public Information Office
Lindsey Criss,  who won the National ACTE Teacher Educator of the Year 2023 at the ACTE Awards Gala
This week, the Pottery Class at Eastern Alamance HS visited two of the remaining original potter families in Seagrove, NC! Students toured the artist studios, viewed wheel demos and wood-fired kilns, and learned about the intricacies of pottery glazing. #ABSSCommunity
4 days ago, James Shuler
Students from a pottery class at Eastern Alamance High School look on as a potter sculpts clay on a wheel
Group photograph of a pottery class at Eastern Alamance High School standing in front of a bar with a sign "Luck's Ware Traditional North Carolina Pottery"
A potter in a blue shirt and apron uses his hands to sculpt clay on a spinning wheel as students from Eastern Alamance High School look on
Students look on as a older, male potter in a red button down shirt and blue jean overalls demonstrates how to use your hands on a sculpting wheel to move clay
All great buildings start with a strong foundation. Students from the Carpentry 1 class at Eastern Alamance High School are learning about floor joists and foundations this week as they prepare to build a room. #StudentCenteredFutureFocused #ABSSCTE
5 days ago, James Shuler
Carpentry students at Eastern Alamance High School working together to create a floor joist for a building foundation using wooden beams.
Carpentry students at Eastern Alamance High School working together to create a floor joist for a building foundation using wooden beams.  One student is drilling with a power drill while others hold the beams in place.
Carpentry students at Eastern Alamance High School working together to create a floor joist for a building foundation using wooden beams.  An instructor is pointing at one of the wooden beams.
Carpentry students at Eastern Alamance High School working together to create a floor joist for a building foundation using wooden beams.
Congratulations to ⚽️ Coach Camden Brooks from Western Alamance High School on being named the 2022-2023 Central 3A Conference and Regional Coach of the Year, as well as the 2021-2022 NC High School Athletics and The National Federation of State High School Associations STATE Coach of the Year!
5 days ago, James Shuler
Graphic showing Coach Camden Brooks from Western Alamance High School walking with a paper in hand with athletic clothes alongside the grey/white text "2022-2023 Conference & Regional Coach of the Year" with a blue background
The Responsible Respectful Boys Group of Pleasant Grove Elementary hosted a paper goods drive this month and delivered the items to a local Homeless Shelter. These young men are doing great things for our community! #StudentCenteredFutureFocused #ABSSCommunity
5 days ago, James Shuler
The Responsible Respectful Boys Group of Pleasant Grove standing in front of a homeless shelter holding various paper goods they are donating.
A leader of the Responsible Respectful Boys Group of Pleasant Grove talks to the students sitting at tables inside a homeless shelter
A leader of the Responsible Respectful Boys Group of Pleasant Grove talks to the students as they stand beside beds in a homeless shelter
A small token of kindness can go a long way and that is exactly what happened today at Roses in Burlington! Students with disabilities from elementary, middle, and high schools were able to select an item from the store to take home as a gift with help from student and adult volunteers. Thank you Alamance County Mayors' Committee for Persons with Disabilities for providing this opportunity for our students and all the volunteers for making this event so special. #ABSSCommunity
6 days ago, James Shuler
A young girl in a purple jacket smiles at the camera while holding her gift wrapped toy and another student in a grey hoodie stands beside her smiling
A young girl holds a toy at a gift wrapping table at Rose's in Burlington as volunteers finish wrapping another item in blue Frozen paper
A young boy sits in a red shopping cart with his red fire truck toy while a student helper stands behind the cart and smiles at the camera
Sandy and Gail from the Alamance County Mayors' Committee for Persons with Disabilities posing for a photograph in Rose's in Burlington
Join us in thanking Front Street United Methodist Church for feeding 75 of our Eastlawn families this year for Thanksgiving. #ABSSCommunity
6 days ago, ABSS Public Information Office
members of Front United Methodist delivering bags of food to Eastlawn Elementary
Today, our camera captured students engaged, enjoying their time in the classroom, and teachers working hard to deliver quality lessons. ⭐️ Moments like these happen every day in every school. #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
7 days ago, James Shuler
Young girl in a heather teal shirt working on an assignment at her desk with a pencil, paper, and open computer.
A teacher works with a young girl to assemble letter tiles on a whiteboard at a desk
A young girl in a teal long sleeve shirt stops working in a workbook long enough to smile at the camera
A young boy in a red shirt reads a chapter book titled 10 True Tales Battle Heroes at his desk
Our Job Fair is this Saturday at Highland Elementary. There are many career opportunities available! Visit our Work in ABSS page to learn more about our school system and Alamance County. https://www.abss.k12.nc.us/page/work-in-abss #ABSSCommunity
7 days ago, James Shuler
Job Fair poster with the heading Job Fair and the ABSS logo, with text "Hiring for All Positions" and underneath "Certified & Classified positions available. Licensure information available.   On site interviews and hiring!"  At the top is a photograph of five elementary students and at the bottom is the text "December 3, 2022, 9 to Noon, Highland Elementary, Burlington, NC"
Thankful for every student! Thanks, Ms. Boyles at Highland Elementary for sharing. #StudentCenteredFutureFocused #Thanksgiving
11 days ago, ABSS Public Information Office
teacher makes a list of every student in her class and why she is thankful for them.  beside each name is an attribute
We are thankful for our students, staff, and our wonderful ABSS Community. ❤️ Happy Thanksgiving! 🍁🦃 (Turkey art courtesy of Newlin Elementary Pre-K) #ABSSCommunity #StudentCenteredFutureFocused
11 days ago, James Shuler
Pre-K students at Newlin Elementary standing outside near a playground holding turkey art they created and smiling at the camera.