Aycock Connects

The Heart of a Lion

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AMS taking the lead.

Aycock has participated in the county science fair six years in a row, and each year we get at least one student to place 1st and go on to regional and we've had some go all the way to state. Aycock is truly on the map in Guilford county for our Science excellence! This year Noa Lee placed first in the Physics category and will represent Aycock at the regional science fair at the end of January in Chapel Hill, NC. We also had Alasia Williams-Watlington place 2nd in the Earth/Environmental category and Maria Shields placed 3rd in the Biology B category!

Your VIC Card can help Aycock

Link their Harris Teeter VIC cards to the Aycock PTSA account? Our account number is #2468.


The money we earn from small fundraisers such as Harris Teeter Together in Education funds student awards, staff and teacher appreciation, and many other initiatives at Aycock.

Aycock Middle PTSA Students Give Back Through Food Pantry, Coat Drive

The student members of Aycock Middle’s PTSA club helped make a difference in their school community this fall. The students wrote a grant, funded by the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro’s Teen Grant Council, to establish a food pantry that would provide snacks and food to Aycock families in need on the weekends, during the summer and for holidays.

Students shopped for families to have complete meals at Thanksgiving and Christmas, using and building their math and budgeted skills. Students also held a coat drive and collected more than 50 coats for students in need.

Holiday Reading Incentive Program

Once again, we would like to encourage students to continue reading during the winter break. Attached is the log students can use to keep track of their minutes – 20 minutes a day for at least 15 days during winter break, December 20, 2014 – January 5, 2015. Students must read a total of 300 minutes or more to be eligible for the prizes.


For the second straight year, GCS is offering several exciting incentives for students!


* To be eligible for incentives all reading logs should be turned into Media Specialists by January 16, 2015.

* Media Specialists should then turn in the names of eligible students to Tammy Gruer by January 21, 2015.

* Winners will be announced the week of January 26, 2015.

Elementary and Middle School Incentives:

Please note: We will need a list of names of all elementary and middle students eligible for the UNCG games from each school. UNCG will provide an electronic certificate to be distributed to students.

300 minutes All elementary and middle students who read at least 300 minutes during Winter Break can receive a complimentary ticket to the UNCG men’s basketball game on February 28th against Chattanooga. Family members of qualifying students can purchase discounted tickets for $5.00 to the game. All tickets must be secured through the UNCG ticket office by Wednesday, February 25. Information about how to secure these tickets will be included on the certificate, which will be given to the students who qualify.

Elementary, Middle and High School Incentives:

300 minutes All elementary, middle and high school students who read at least 300 minutes will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win one of the following giveaways: 1. 4 iPad minis 2. 72 $25 Barnes & Noble gift cards

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This week at Aycock:

  • 1/15 Aycock Basketball vs. Jackson Home 4:45pm

  • 1/15 Aycock Wresting vs. Jackson Away 5:00pm

  • 1/16 NJHS Meeting 4:00pm

  • 1/19 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - No school

  • 1/21 Aycock Basketball vs. Allen Away 4:45pm

  • 1/21 Aycock Wrestling vs. Allen Home 5:00pm

  • 1/23 School in session due to makeup day

  • 1/24 Wrestling Conference Tournament 10:00am

  • 1/26 Workday - No school

  • Aycock Basketball vs. Guilford Home 4:45pm

  • Aycock Wrestling vs. Guilford Away 5:00pm

  • Aycock Basketball vs. Kiser Away 4:45pm

  • Aycock Wresting vs. Kiser Home 5:00pm