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ASC Center on pace to double number of students served

Ashe County High School’s Assessment Support and Counseling Center is on pace to serve double the number of students it did in 2012/13, according to data released by the program on Jan. 13.

“In terms of service delivery hours, we’re actually seeing almost as many individual cases up through December as we saw all of last year,” ASC Founder Dr. Kurt Michael told the Ashe County Board of Education Monday night.

In 2013, the center treated 47 individual cases, according to Michael.

“So far this year we’ve seen 41,” Michael said. “In terms of crisis service, we saw a total of 20 students and so far this year’s we’ve seen 22 individual cases. In terms of what we’re delivering if these numbers hold true, we’ll be doubling what we did last year, assuming the same patterns continue through the rest of the academic year.”


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