Aiken County Public School District

Achieving Excellence

  • 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.

Announcements

  • HOT OFF THE PRESS - The Latest District Newsletter is available. We hope you enjoy reading more about our schools, students, teachers and staff in The Path, a South Carolina National School Public Relations Association Rewards For Excellence Winner. 

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  • RECRUITING THE BEST - Save the Date of March 2, 2019, for an Educator Recruitment Event! Register early to secure your on-site interview for 2019-20 vacancies, and learn about our schools and programs. Additional information is coming soon!

    Recruitment Event

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  • 4K EVENING PROGRAM ONLINE REGISTRATION - Beginning in January, Aiken County Public Schools will launch an exciting 10-week evening developmental program to help pre-kindergarten students prepare for school. Openings remain available to any four-year-old not currently attending Aiken County Public schools. Those students who are currently in local programs offered by the Aiken Housing Authority, Head Start or First Steps are also welcome to participate in the 4K Evening Program. Parents may register their students HERE.

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  • JOB SHADOWING DAY - The business community is invited to help build our future workforce with an exciting opportunity to partner with Aiken Works on Job Shadowing Day (Friday, February 1, 2019). Please contact Aiken Works Lead Larry Millstead, lmillstead@acpsd.net or (803) 646-8985, to get involved. 

    Job Shadowing Day

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  • MAKE-UP DAYS - Friday, October 19, 2018 & Monday, February 18, 2019, designated Weather Make-Up Days on the 2018-19 District Calendar, will be utilized to recoup instructional time lost due to school closings related to Hurricane Florence. The South Carolina Code of Laws requires school districts to designate annually at least three days within their school calendar to be used as make-up days in the event of snow, extreme weather conditions, or other conditions requiring schools to be closed. At a minimum, Aiken County Public Schools is required to make-up the first three days of school missed for an event of this nature.

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  • #WhyITeachACPSD - Teachers: unleash your passion for the profession in a campaign designed just for you. #WhyITeachACPSD is a hashtag, a calling and an invitation. Find out more about a new campaign aimed to celebrate your big hearts and inspire even greater understanding about your work. 

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