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Future Falcon Volleyball Camp

For Rising 6th-9th graders

June 11-13 @ West Rowan Gym

$50 a person

Contact:  Jan.Dowling@rss.k12.nc.us


La Fiesta Day West

Come together as a community to celebrate Hispanic diversity.

Canned goods would be accepted and appreciated

May 26th, 2018
West Rowan High School

Games and Activities, Petting Zoo, Food and Vendors, Raffle and Entertainment

Any vendors interesting in setting up a booth at the event please contact Mrs. Estrada at lorna.estrada@rss.k12.nc.us

Attention Seniors

Put these dates on your calendar!  

April 24 & 25 -cap & gowns arrive (Power U)

 May 4th- Senior breakfast @ 8:30

 May 4th- cap & gown pics

 May 5th- Prom 

 May 23- Senior Project presentations 

 May 25- Senior awards banquet 9:00 am

 June 8- Required graduation rehearsal (TBA)

 June 9- Graduation

Help raise funds for Wrestling Team

A message from John Brown, Head Wrestling Coach:

We are trying to raise money for the West Rowan Wrestling Team.  As you can see in the photo we desperately need new warm ups.  We raised some money during the season, but fell short of our goal.  We also need an alternate set of uniforms.  Any funds raised would also help  for tournament entry fees, and anything needed for the wrestlers (head gear, knee pads, mat tape etc...).  Our Team had a successful season this year finishing with a 16-4 record, and qualifying for  the state playoffs. The team has worked hard,  and I think they deserve to look good while out on the mat representing West Rowan High School.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Please click here to donate today!

Get involved with the Environmental Club

Wanna join the Green Team?

Come and join the Environmental Team

We have a lot planned to help this earth and we need your help.

All you have to do is come to 509 on Thursday Power B to join.


District News

Rowan County Recyclers

Rowan County School students were offered the Go Green Challenge as a Problem Based Learning event. Winners were recognized at the April Board of Education meeting. There was a winning class for the Elementary and High School levels.

February Extraordinary Readers of the Month

Honoring students in our district that have achieved the goals of being an “Extraordinary Reader.” One student from each of our 35 schools is honored during Celebrations for achieving reading success for February.