Alamance Community College will hold two information sessions at Goodwill Industries and May Memorial Public Library on October 23 and 24 from 6pm — 8pm. ACC representatives and local employers will be on site to discuss the following programs: 

    • Biotechnology 
    • Histotechnology 
    • Horticulture/ Ag-Bio
    • Medical Laboratory Technology 

    This event is open to the public. See Mrs. Mitchener to register for this event.

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  • Makeup Picture Day and Senior Panoramic Rescheduled for November 2nd 

    Senior picture retakes and makeups and underclassmen portrait retakes and makeups will take place on Friday, November 2nd in the Media Center.

    The Senior panoramic has been rescheduled for November 2nd at 8:30 at the football stadium.

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  • November SAT 

    October 24th is the last day to register late for the November 3rd SAT. Students wanting to avoid to late fee can register for the December 1st SAT.

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  • Winter Sports Meeting

    We will have a winter sports meeting for all athletes who did not play a fall sport. This meeting will be on Wednesday, October 24th at 6:00P.M. in the auditorium. This mandatory meeting is for athletes and their parents

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  • ASVAB Test

    The ASVAB test will be administered on Tuesday, November 27th, at 8:10 A.M. in the ROTC classroom. The ASVAB Test is free of charge with no military obligation. Students seeking career exploration and a personal skills assesment, followed by a personal score interpretation will benefit from this free test. 

    Anyone interested in taking this test must preregister with Mrs. Mitchener

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  • Basketball try-outs will be held on 10/13 from 6-8 pm and 11/1 4-6 pm. 

    To try out you need an updated physical. Please see coach Graves if you have any questions.

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  • Career Clusters 

    Manufacturing Career Clusters have become more automated and clean than they used to be. Manufacturing businesses can range from in-home bakeries to large corporations like Glen Raven or GKN. Many workers in these fields learn to build, repair, and program robots that are used to make products. Those robots change raw materials into usable products. Workers in this field make $27,000-$61,000 on average. If you have any questions about careers in the Manufacturing Cluster, see Mrs. Mitchener or any CTE teacher.

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  • Fashion Club 

    Are you interested in fashion? Want to get hands on experiences in the fashion industry. Well the Fashion Club is the right thing for you. There will be a Fashion Club meeting next Tuesday in HE2 right after school.

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  • Class T-shirts

    Class t-shirts are now on sale again until November 2nd. Pick up your form in the Media Center and see Mr. Calannio in B2 or Ms. Flynn in B4 to place your order. T-shirts are $10. Class t-shirts are also open to all teachers to purchase. Students, try to convince your teachers to support your class to help you win this event. The class with the most shirts sold will earn points towards Battle of the Classes. First place — 4 points, Second place - 3 points, Third place - 2 points, Fourth place - 1 point.


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  • Senior Honorariums 

    Attention Seniors - If you are interested in purchasing a senior honorarium for the 2019 yearbook, click the link on Western's home page or see Mrs. Wrenn in E-2.

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