North Augusta Elementary

Believe and You Will Achieve

  • Welcome to North Augusta Elementary School where our purpose is to work cooperatively with parents and the community to promote academic success and rigorous thinking in a safe, challenging environment with high expectations in order to develop lifelong learners.

    We envision our school as a safe instructional environment where all students will have their individual needs, differences and abilities recognized, and will be challenged to excel in learning supported by a cooperative school community.

    Please know that your children and their education is our top priority. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at (803) 442-6280 or email Mrs. Patricia Wilson at


  • Spring Book Fair

    The Spring Book Fair is coming! Our Scholastic Book Fair will be in the Library from March 2nd – 10th. The Book Fair will be open March 2nd – 9th from 7:15 AM – 3:00 PM and on Friday, March 10th from 7:15 AM until 12:30 PM. Our Fair helps raise funds for the NAE Library and the more money you spend; the more books we can keep!   Also, please remember, this is a great opportunity to encourage the love of reading in our students.

    If you would like to volunteer to work the Fall Book Fair please contact Stephanie Morin, the Media Specialist at 442-6280. Our Fair helps to raise funds for Library Books and Student Programs. Thank you for supporting our Book Fair!

    Lunch With Someone We Love Schedule

    Friday, March 3rd - Kindergarten and Third Grades

    Monday, March 6th - First and Fifth Grades

    Tuesday, March 7th - Second and Fourth Grades


     Click on the image below to view and purchase books on our On-line Scholastic Book Fair Feb. 23rd - March 15th

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    Join us as we start our 9th season!  The sign up and permission form will be coming home next week with signed papers.  We will be accepting applications and fees from February 23rd through March 3rd.  Don’t miss your opportunity to join us as we have fun and get healthy at the same time!  GET READY TO RUN!


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  • Town Hall Meetings

    Alford: On The Road Again, Listening & Learning From The Community  

    Aiken County Public School District leaders, in partnership with Area Advisory Councils, are planning a visit to your area. 

    “It’s important to us that we keep our ears open to the public’s needs and stay connected,”

    Superintendent Dr. Sean Alford stated. “We do that through a variety of methods, including going out into the community and speaking with and, most importantly, listening to stakeholders whose children we serve.” 

    Though the county-wide effort is a scaled-down version of Alford and his leadership team’s 60-stop “Listen & Learn Tour” that took place last year, the purpose of collaboration and being both open and responsive to the community remains the same. 

    “We plan to share information on current population trends in Aiken County,” Chief Officer of Administration Mr. King Laurence explained, “as well as provide a personalized update on our District’s progress with current initiatives and future plans.” 

    Area Advisory Council members selected locations for the town hall-style meetings unique to their own communities with the intent that anyone would feel comfortable asking questions and participating in an open discussion. 

    The schedule for the meetings in each area is as follows. All meetings will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. 

    Area Three: Thursday, January 26 at Midland Valley High School 

    Area One; Southside: Monday, February 6 at South Aiken High School

    Area One: Tuesday, February 7 at Aiken High School 

    Area Two: Thursday, February 16 at Mossy Creek Elementary School 

    Area Four: Tuesday, February 21 at Calendonia Baptist Church, 1887 Old 96 Indian Trail, Batesburg-Leesville 

    Area Five: Thursday, February 23 at Silver Bluff High School 

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