Teachers are raving about the new expanded hours at Classroom Closet. The Closet is open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 3:30 until 6:00 and every Saturday from 9:00 until noon. The added hours have given teachers more flexibility. We have also taken away limits on most items. If a teacher needs a class set of notebooks, that teacher may take a class set.
Mrs. Rose never misses an opportunity to shop.
Proceeds from the OFRC Back to School swim party. Thanks Olde Forest Racquet Club for your continued support!
Turrentine Middle School teachers Mr. Norton and Mr. Swajkoski filled their carts for the start of the new school year.
Glen Raven's Helping Partners collected much needed supplies for the Closet.
Lead volunteer Faye BrayACE and the Classroom Closet appreciate all our volunteers! Lead volunteer Faye Bray has been giving her time for over 3 years. Thanks Faye!
Elon University ESA students donating their time and talents to the Classroom Closet
is a non-profit organization created to be a task force that addresses the issue of community involvement in public schools.
ACE rallies resources, mobilizes leadership, and engages the community, so all Alamance County students can achieve academic success.
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Alamance Citizens for Education’s mission is to strengthen community support for quality education in Alamance County.
In early 2005, a group of Alamance County citizens came together as a task force to raise awareness and promote the then “current needs” of our public school system. Some of the issues that caused concern back then still remain today. They include absenteeism, the drop out rate, lack of teacher resources and over crowded schools. ACE was formed with a diverse Board of Directors and Board of Trustees, many of which are still involved today.
It is our goal at ACE to be a catalyst for the community, working together to promote academic achievement in all our classrooms.