NEW CLASSIFIED POSITIONS ADDED FEBRUARY 9, 2017. Click here for more information.
New Contract Position-Abstinence and Youth Development Coordinator
Added February 17, 2017
Ashe County Public Schools has launched a new employment application system. The new "North Carolina School Jobs" online application system, powered by PeopleAdmin, provides an innovative way to streamline the hiring process. Applicants will experience an enhanced, user friendly system when applying for positions. To apply for career opportunities, open the link below.
North Carolina School Jobs
Click Here - Guide for Applying to Positions in NC School Jobs
The Human Resources Department will be available on Thursday afternoons from 2pm -4pm to assist applicants who want to apply for a position with Ashe County Schools but do not have internet access. Please call the HR Department at 336.246.7175 to schedule an appointment.
An email address is necessary, if you do not have one HR Dept. will assist you in setting up an account.
Other documents or information you will want to bring with you:
- Copy of educational documents, ie high school diploma, or high school transcripts, or college transcripts, etc. (Unofficial are acceptable)
- List of references with phone numbers and email addresses, if applicable.
- List of work experience with company name and dates of employment
The Ashe County High School Agriculture Student of the Month for January is Tyler B. Tyler is currently taking Animal Science 2 class. In this course, just as in the other Agriculture classes that Tyler has taken, he consistently demonstrates a strong work ethic and respect to those around him, setting a positive example for all to follow. Tyler has a passion for animal agriculture, he works with his family on their cattle farm. Tyler is also an active member of the ACHS FFA. His future plans include attending a 4 year University and getting a degree in an agriculturally related field, as well as continuing the family farm.
The Ashe County High School Agriculture Education Student of the Month is sponsored by the Ashe County Farm Bureau Board. I would like to thank them for their continued support of the Agriculture Education Student of the Month, the ACHS Agriculture Education program, and the students of Ashe County.
2017/18 Information Sheet
Assignment Request Application In-County - English
Assignment Request Application In-County - Spanish
Request deadline for the 2017/2018 school year is April 13, 2017.
Our Jan. Health Science Student of the Month is Christofher L. He is the son of Juan and Virginia of Crumpler, NC. Christofher is a senior at Ashe County High School where he is enrolled in the Nurse Aide 1 program. He is a very dedicated student who always does his best. Christofher hopes to attend ETSU and study either Nursing or Physical Therapy. Congratulations to Christofher.
Senior Hunter P. has been selected by Mr. Walter Pugh as CTE student of the month for January. Hunter is an excellent student that works hard. He plans to pursue a career the military. Hunter has taken numerous courses in carpentry. Hunter is willing to help other students that are struggling in the classroom and has an ability to take responsibility for his work. Hunter is very deserving of this reward.
Thank you Rick Woodie and Parker Tie and DeWalt for this wonderful opportunity for our students at Ashe County High School.
At Blue Ridge Elementary School, students participate in the Leader in Me program. This program not only encourages students to take responsibility for themselves, but to help those in need. Recently the BRES family reached out to support and encourage Hurricane Matthew victims at West Lumberton Elementary in Lumberton, North Carolina. When the Blue Ridge students heard that children in the eastern part of the state had no books to read due to the flooding of their school, they held a book drive led by Media Coordinator Tonya Denny. “It’s not food, it’s not water and it’s not clothing, but books hold their own importance in the development of a child," stated Mrs. Denny. A total of 2,325 books were donated! Ashe County High School assisted in this effort, bringing the book total to just over 2500.
As a result of damages sustained from flooding, students and staff have been unable to return to their school. Approximately 95% of the student body sustained damage to their homes and were displaced. Many of the students and their families spent time in shelters before moving into local hotels or with family members in other parts of the county.
Delivery of the books was coordinated by Amy Walker, Director of Technology & Media for Ashe County Schools over Thanksgiving break. Tara Bullard, Principal at West Lumberton Elementary School, expressed her appreciation saying, “The students and staff of West Lumberton Elementary School would like to express their heartfelt thanks for the amazing donation of books that you all sent to us. Our students are excited and anxious about being able to check out and read so many new books.”
Blue Ridge Elementary, Ashe County High and the Ashe County Central Support Services wish the students and families of West Lumberton Elementary continued recovery.
The North Carolina Dept. of Public Instruction has now released the State School Report Cards for the 2015/16 school year. Individual school snapshots will be going home with students in the coming days, as well as being placed on each school's website. The District Snapshot is available here and you may also access the full state reports by going to http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/src/ .
District Snapshot - English
District Snapshot - Spanish
- September 22, 2016
- November 17, 2016
- January 19, 2017
- March 16, 2017
- Final meeting TBD
Mrs. Callie Grubb, principal of Blue Ridge Elementary School, is the Ashe County Schools 2016-2017 Principal of the Year.
Callie Grubb, Blue Ridge Elementary
David Blackburn, Mountain View Elementary
Jennifer Robinson, Westwood Elementary
Dustin Farmer, Ashe County Middle School
Jason Krider, Ashe County High School