Aiken County Public School District

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  • With engaged and capable teachers and staff, a shared vision to nurture and support students, and community partnerships that enhance the academic, career and extra-curricular opportunities for all, Aiken County Public School District is THE choice for public school education in the Central Savannah River Area.

     

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  • DISTRICT, LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PARTNER TO PROVIDE BACK-TO-SCHOOL TRAFFIC SUPPORT AT AIKEN HIGH, LEAVELLE MCCAMPBELL MIDDLE SCHOOL - The Aiken County Public School District will collaborate with the Aiken Department of Public Safety and the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office to offer direction and support for motorists when students return to school Wednesday at Aiken High School and Leavelle McCampbell Middle School. Officers with Aiken Public Safety will help direct traffic at Aiken High, while deputies with the Aiken County Sheriff’s Office will assist in traffic control at Leavelle McCampbell and Byrd Elementary. The Aiken County Public School District appreciates the continued support of the Aiken Department of Public Safety and Aiken County Sheriff’s Office. Please see the AIKEN HIGH and LEAVELLE MCCAMPBELL traffic flow plans.

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  • MILITARY CONNECTED FAMILY SURVEY-Attention Aiken County Public Schools Families, please assist us in collecting information so that we may better serve our students. If either parent/guardian of an Aiken County Public Schools student meets the criteria below, please complete the survey using the link below.

    1.       Active member of any branch of the military

    2.       Reserves member of any branch of the military

    3.       Veteran

    4.       Works on federal property

    5.       Lives and works on federal property

    Select survey link HERE. Only one survey is necessary per family, if you have students at another school, please select all schools and grades that apply when completing the survey. This will assist Aiken County Public Schools in providing our military families with additional support in times of need. Thank you for your service and cooperation.

     

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  • ATHLETIC EVENT SECURITY PROCEDURES REMINDER-

    •          Each middle and high school will have uniformed law enforcement on site to assist with security at all major sporting events, including enhanced security before, during, and after the event. Law enforcement and/or school staff will regularly monitor hallways, common areas, parking lots and outdoor areas. Law enforcement will take an overt and active role in securing the building exterior and parking areas as patrons and students exit the venue.

    •          School staff will conduct a visual search of all bags and jackets/coats prior to entry. These screening protocols will increase the amount of time needed to enter major school sporting events, and students and families are asked to leave bags, backpacks and additional items at home, if possible. Per South Carolina Code 16-23-420, concealed weapons permits ARE NOT honored on school campuses.

    •          Metal Detectors will be available, visible and used by school staff prior to entry, as deemed necessary.

    Thank you so much for your cooperation and your continued support of Aiken County Public Schools and all Aiken County student-athletes.

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  • MILLBROOK ELEMENTARY ECLIPSE SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT - After an in-depth study of eclipses and researching the upcoming event, Karey Santos’ 4th-grade students at Millbrook Elementary School created a Service Learning Project to inform others about it. Please find the brochure 4th graders created to tell other students about August 21, 2017, HERE!.

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  • EXTENDED DAY PROGRAMS - In partnership with Quest Zone and the Family Y’s Prime Time, Aiken County Public Schools is pleased to announce Extended Day Programs at all elementary schools and three middle schools for the 2017-18 school year. This collaboration for after-school care allows a true extension of the school day infused with creativity, play, homework help and individualized instruction in a safe, nurturing environment. Information regarding enrollment for all elementary schools and the middle school programs hosted at Paul Knox, North Augusta and Kennedy is located on The Family Y and Quest Zone's websites. Enroll today!

    THE FAMILY Y PRIME TIME PARTNERED SCHOOLS: www.thefamilyy.org

    PRIME TIME FLYER and PARENT HANDBOOK

    North Augusta Elementary, Busbee-Corbett Elementary, Ridge Spring-Monetta Elementary, Jefferson Elementary, Gloverville Elementary, Byrd Elementary, Greendale Elementary, Clearwater Elementary, North Aiken Elementary, and Mossy Creek Elementary

    QUEST ZONE PARTNERED SCHOOLS: www.thequestzone.com

    Chukker Creek Elementary, East Aiken School of the Arts, J.D. Lever Elementary, Belvedere Elementary, Hammond Hill Elementary, Kennedy Middle, Oakwood-Windsor Elementary, Aiken Elementary, Redcliffe Elementary, Millbrook Elementary, North Augusta Middle, Paul Knox Middle and Warrenville Elementary

    LINKS TO SCHOOL ENROLLMENT APPLICATIONS

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  • SCHOOL START & END TIMES - Next school year, schools will start and end at consistent times throughout the District. Elementary school will be held from 7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., middle school from 8:00 a.m. - 3:10 p.m.; and high school from 8:20 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Because of the grade spans of Ridge Spring-Monetta Middle/High and Busbee Corbett Elementary/Middle, students' arrival/dismissal time at those schools will be 7:45 a.m. - 2:55 p.m. for elementary and middle school and 8:00 a.m. - 3:10 p.m for high school. Back To School Information

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  • AIKEN WORKS - Aiken County Public Schools is leading a Community Workforce Development Collaborative aimed to increase opportunities for students to gain work-related skills in key areas of need in Aiken County. Visit AikenWorks.org and join us in getting our students Learning & Earning!

    Aiken Works

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  • THE SCHOOL YEAR IS OVER, BUT LEARNING SHOULD NOT END - Aiken County Public Schools is offering numerous opportunities for ongoing learning for students throughout the summer. Click here for additional information on preventing summer learning loss.

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  • AIKEN SCHOLARS ACADEMY WEBSITE LIVE - More than 150 attended an informational meeting for the Aiken Scholars Academy on Thursday, May 25. If you weren't able to join us or just want additional information, the Aiken Scholars Academy website is now live! Please visit for details on preparing now to apply, course sequencing and to submit questions.

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  • THE PATH - Aiken County Public Schools was presented with a "Reward for Excellence" from the SC National School Public Relations Association on April 28 for our District Publication, THE PATH. The latest issue of this award-winning publication is hot-off-the press.  

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