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ACMS Summer Hours
Monday - Thursday
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Closed July 4th
Upcoming Events
 
Welcome to Ashe County Middle School
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Cheerleading Camp


Ashe County Middle School Cheerleading Camp
 
Location: National guard Armory
Date: July 28th (5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.)Description: Ashe County Middle School Home Page
          July 29th (5:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.)Description: Ashe County Middle School Home Page
           July 30th (9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.)
Cost: $50.00
 
*Half-time routine for the 2016 Football Season & Stunt and Jump Camp
 
For more information please contact Stephanie Nichols
(336-877-6559)

 
Dental Care Van


Pool Information for 2016




Contact:  Brittany Wood, Pool Manager
Phone:  336-384-4600




Click here for Ashe County Middle School pool information.
Seventh Grade AIG Reading and Language Arts Class
Summer Reading Requirements
 
Stargirl- written by Jerry Spinelli
Three Cups of Tea- written by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin (adapted by Sarah Thomson) The Young Reader’s Edition

We also request that students read at least two news articles per week so that they will be knowledgeable of current events during class discussions. Students may read from various news outlets on a variety of topics.

*These novels may be checked out from Ashe County Middle School Monday-Thursday 9:00-3:00 or students may purchase their own copies. ACMS is closed on July 4th.

 
8th Grade Honors Classes Summer Reading Requirements
 
Code Orange by Caroline B. Cooney
            This book can be checked out from the ACMS library.
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer    
             This book can be purchased from amazon.com or any other major book seller.

Articles:
The Great Smallpox Epidemic
http://www.historytoday.com/elizabe…/great-smallpox-epidemic
Proposed Destruction of Smallpox Virus Creates Controversy
http://www.livescience.com/13667-smallpox-virus-destruction…
Officials debate when to destroy last of smallpox
http://www.columbiatribune.com/…/article_590a45f2-d257-11e3…

*In addition to the above, we recommend that students read at least one or two news articles each week of summer break.
Happy Reading!

MESSAGE FROM ACMS COUNSELORS:

HAVE QUESTIONS, CONCERNS OR COMMENTS ABOUT TRANSITION?

ACMS is offering parents and students an 
opportunity to get answers to any questions or concerns you might have about students transitioning from 6th grade through 8th grade to high school.  We are always interested to hear about ideas you have to make this process smoother for all of our students.  We have a very user friendly Google Doc on the Student Services web page where we will be collecting this info.  You will receive a timely response to all questions/comments.  Please visit our web page to access this form and to stay informed about upcoming events. Please visit our web page to access this form and to stay informed about upcoming events.  
http://acmscounselors.weebly.com/transition-survey.html
 
Summer Opportunities
Gear Up for Summer Fun
Rising 6th- 9th graders
Looking for something to do this summer?
Meet new friends.  Explore campuses and community
*Teambuilding*   *Leadership*  *Adventure*
MOUNTAINEER SUMMER READERS 2016

2016 ACMS Summer Football Workouts
Click  for the 2016 Summer Football Workouts Schedule

 


ACHS Volleyball Camp for rising 2nd-6th graders in Ashe County.
Click here for more information.
July 28th-29th, 2016
For Rising 7th-12th graders
Click here for more information and registration form.
Summer Players Theatre Camp
Getting On and Off a North Carolina School Bus
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