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  • The Alston Ridge community provides a safe and welcoming environment in which students develop a true love for learning through challenging and enriching educational opportunities that advance their unique talents to meet and exceed diverse individual needs.

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  • Schoolwide Math Night

    1st Annual Schoolwide Math Night on March 14th, 6-7pm is for all tracks! We invite you and your Alston Ridge student (and any siblings) to attend and receive grade level information! Parents who RSVP will receive their child’s data and grade level teachers will discuss the meaning of that data and ways you can support your child at home with grade-specific strategies, skills, and standards. While you are in class, your child will be engaging in math-based activities and games We look forward to engaging parents and your ARES student(s). If you need childcare for younger siblings ages 2-5, RSVP by Friday, March 1st (see link below) we will have volunteers available in our Gym from 6:00-7:00. Additional information will be on our website, sent by your child’s teacher, and updated in their newsletter.

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  • Kindergarten Registration and Orientation

    Student Registration: Registration for the upcoming school year has begun for kindergarten and for incoming students who will be in grades 1-5. Registration for 2019-2020 can be started online through the WCPSS Office of Student Assignment, and can be completed in-person on Mondays only from 10 AM-2 PM in the main office any time that school is in session. Additionally, registration for the current school year can be started online through the WCPSS Office of Student Assignment, and can be completed in-person Tuesday-Thursday from 10 AM-2 PM in the main office. For rising kindergarten families, a Kindergarten Orientation will be held in the spring. The previous year's Orientation Presentation from May 10th is available online.

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  • After-School Programs (Community-Based)

    In addition to the school's Before-care and After-school care programs, community-based programs offer fee-based afterschool programming for Alston Ridge students. Programs include the Alston Ridge Band, TGA Tennis and Golf, Snapology and Young Rembrandts Drawing Program. Information about registration is available on each program's website. All students who participate dismiss directly to the private programs at the end of the school day, and parents are responsible for arranging pick-up and transportation home at the conclusion of program-days.

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  • Schoolwide Literacy Night

    Thank you to all of the Alston Ridge families who attended our 1st Annual Literacy Night! Please select "Read More" for materials from the presentations for each grade level. We look forward to seeing everyone at our Math Night in the spring.

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  • Volunteer in our School!

    Online volunteer registration can be completed during school hours at any Wake County Public School building. All returning volunteers must re-register prior to October 31st to ensure that there is no break in eligibility. Prospective volunteers will submit to a background check prior to approval by WCPSS to volunteer. Volunteer clearance may take 2-3 weeks for final approval before a volunteer is eligible.

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  • Tour Alston Ridge Elementary School

    For families who are interested in learning more about Alston Ridge Elementary School and the chance to walk the school building, join one of our upcoming student-led tours where you'll have your questions answered as you take a short tour of the building to learn about how we are achieving a vision of excellence. Tours are posted on the website calendar. Remaining tours will be held at 12 PM on 09/12, 10/10, 11/15, 01/16, 02/13, 03/20, 04/10, and 05/15. If you are unable to attend a tour and have a question about our school, please contact the main office so that we may assist you.

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  • Here Comes the Bus! The App from WCPSS Transportation

    The WCPSS Transportation department has worked in cooperation with its GPS provider to provide an app for smartphones and devices that allows parents of WCPSS students to track their assigned bus on its route. Download "Here Comes the Bus" for free from the App Store or Google Play store. Register at https://herecomesthebus.com/getting-started/ with School Code 67500. You can also watch the video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Au9hh6jEFA), and view FAQ on the WCPSS Transportation website (http://www.wcpss.net/transportation)

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  • School Messenger TXT/Email Messages

    The School Messenger phone message system used by WCPSS is expanding to include text messaging and e-mail. "Opt-In" to text messages when you receive a text. Or, you can simply opt-in to receive text messages by texting YES to the number 67587 now. The expanded service calls multiple phone numbers for all associated parents/guardians. You can choose how you would like to be contacted by using the new SchoolMessenger infoCenter website or infoCenter mobile app for Android and iOS. Review the Parents Guide to infoCenter (http://bit.ly/sm-infocenter) for instructions.

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  • Parent Portal Open for Transportation/PowerSchool

    Beginning Tuesday, June 27th, parents can bring the Home Base/PowerSchool Parent Portal: Application for Access form with photo-ID to gain access to Home Base/Powerschool. The system will provide you access to your student's information throughout the year, including transportation information for the 2017-18 bus stop assignments/times.

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  • Track Change Request Period

    The track-change request period for the 2018-2019 school year has closed. The ability of the school to honor track change requests is limited to the space available on the requested track.

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  • EL Education Curriculum Adoption

    Wake County Public School System has chosen EL Education as the new curriculum resource to support teachers of English Language Arts (ELA) in grades 3 through 8. EL Education is a curriculum written by and for teachers with emphasis placed on active learning and student engagement. Classrooms are structured with highly collaborative activities that allow students to engage in academic conversations and investigations of rich academic topics. EL aims to contribute to a student’s ability to be globally competitive and active contributors in building a better world. For more information, please see the WCPSS video introduction to the curriculum.

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