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 PWilson@acpsd.net
- Feb. 16th - Professional Development Day - No School for Students
- Feb. 19th - Presidents' Day - No School
- Feb. 20th - Good News Club
- Feb. 20th - 29th - Spring Book Fair
- Feb. 22nd - Coffee with the Counselor
- Feb. 29th - Musical "Frozen" 6pm
2024 Bedford Falls Spring Book Fair!
North Augusta Elementary
February 20th – 29th
The NAUE Spring Bedford Falls Book Fair will be in the Library Media Center from February 20th - 29th from 7:40 AM – 2:15 PM. Students will attend the book fair during their activity time in the Media Center. Parents are allowed in school! Below you will find the scheduled lunch event dates. If you are unable to attend your child’s grade level day, please remember that you are welcome to visit us any day!
We are looking for Book Fair volunteers. If you can help, please use the following link and select a time to join the fun! Please note that all volunteers must complete the online volunteer training each school year before the volunteer event date.
Book Fair Volunteer Link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0E4DAFA72BA0F85-47432809-naue
Let’s Do Lunch Schedule
Tuesday, February 20th
- Third Grade
Wednesday, February 21st
- Kindergarten & Fourth
Thursday, February 22nd
- Second Grade
Friday, February 23rd
- First & Fifth Grades
Are you worried about sending cash with your student to school?
Read below to learn more about Bedford Falls Book Fairs kidCreditSM
What is kidCredit?
It is a safe and easy way to provide secure funds for a child to purchase books and related products at Bedford Falls Book Fairs. It is similar to a gift certificate, however, unlike gift certificates issued by other vendors, kidCredit expires at the end of the book fair, and any unused kidCredit will be refunded to the purchaser.
Is kidCredit safe?
When purchasing kidCredit, you will be prompted to enter a “code word”. We recommend this be easy for the child to remember, such as their favorite hero or dinosaur. The code word will not appear on the kidCredit certificate you receive but will be provided to the Book Fair chairperson. kidCredit eliminates the need for the child to carry cash, credit/debit cards or gift certificates.
What happens if my child loses (or forgets to bring) their kidCredit certificate to the fair?
Each night, the Book Fair chairperson will receive an updated kidCredit listing for their Book Fair. This list will include the teacher and grade, the child’s first name and first letter of their last name, the code word, and their certificate number. At the book fair, your child can request their kidCredit from the list, and using the code word ensures that the correct certificate number is used. Because these lists are generated at night, your child may not be on the list until 12 hours after the time of purchase. If you purchased the certificate in the morning, please PRINT IT AND SEND IT TO SCHOOL WITH YOUR CHILD.
What happens if my child doesn’t use all their kidCredit?
At the end of the book fair, any unused kidCredit will be refunded to the purchaser.
The District’s Chief Officer of Operations and Student Services Dr. Corey Murphy will take on an even larger role beginning in the 2024-25 school year as Superintendent of Aiken County Public Schools.
The Amentum Center for Performing Arts in Aiken was filled Monday night with teachers and family who came to support the 15 contestants competing in the Aiken County Public School District’s Scripps National Spelling Bee Finals.
Each of ACPSD's schools and programs came together for a teacher hiring event at Aiken High School on Saturday, February 3.
Students from Alternate Standards classrooms across the Aiken County Public School District enjoyed this year’s Perfect Prom.
Celebrating Aiken County School Counseling State Award Winners; National School Counseling Week February 5-9, 2024
National School Counseling Week highlights the tremendous impact school counselors have in helping students achieve school success and plan for a career.
Attributes of Premier Students
For a closer look at the Attributes of Premier students in Aiken County Public Schools, click on the words "Attributes of Premier Students," or simply look around your school as we're sharing these attributes in a big way and posters and banners are everywhere!
6:00 PM Board of Education Meeting
March 6, 2024
1:30 PM - 2:00 PM Volunteer Training
March 11, 2024
8:00 AM End of Quarter 3
March 12, 2024
6:00 PM Board of Education Meeting
March 18, 2024
8:00 AM Report Cards Issued
March 26, 2024
8:00 AM Board of Education Meeting
March 28, 2024