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Midterms will go home Tuesday May 5th.
 
Welcome to Ashe County Middle School



 
ACMS MEET IN THE MIDDLE
ATTENTION ALL RISING 7TH GRADERS
 
On Friday May 8th, 2015 sixth grade students from all three elementary schools will visit Ashe County Middle School to tour and meet the friends they will be joining as 7th graders next year.  It will be an opportunity to tour the school, enjoy some fun activities and have a snack.  We look forward to meeting our future students.  Parents, if you would like to help during this event by providing cookies/brownies or serving as a group volunteer, please see your child’s 6th grade teacher for a parent volunteer letter.  We look forward to seeing all of you!
 
Upcoming 9th graders who have signed up for English 1 Honors at ACHS for the 2015-2016 school year must complete a summer reading assignment. Please visit the summer reading website for more information on book titles, requirements, teacher contact info, etc. 

 

 
 
CDC Press Release on E-cigarettes

According to data published by the CDC and Prevention and the U.S. FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products,, e-cigarette use among middle and high school students tripled form 2013-2014. Click here  to read the entire article.



ACMS Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Mrs. Jennifer Williams,
2015 Teacher of the Year! 













 


Celebrating ACMS Students

School Performance Grades

Legislation passed by state law makers in 2013 calls for the 2013-2014 School Report Cards released  State Board of Education to include a School Performance Grade represented by an A-F  letter grade based on school achievement and growth. Growth accounts for 20 % of the grade, performance accounts for 80% of the grade, and the letter grades are given on a 15 point grading scale. Our middle school grade was based on the EOG scores in Math, Reading and 8th Grade Science. 
Our school exceeded the state academic growth targets for 2013-2014 and received a School Performance Grade of B. 
See the links below more information regarding our school, report cards and national comparisons.

School Report Cards
National Comparison
Principal's Comments

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