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The Aiken County Public School District serves 23,000 students at 42 schools. We are dedicated to helping ensure a successful individual outcome for all students and work tirelessly to create and maintain positive learning environments so that each student can achieve his or her maximum academic and personal potential.
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Seamless Summer Program Offers Free Breakfast and Lunch for Aiken County Youth at Six Schools
Breakfast is served from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and lunch is served from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. at each campus. Adults are welcome to purchase breakfast and lunch.
Graniteville Elementary’s New Brand is a Go: The Community Selects “Gregg The Gator” & Graniteville’s Signature “G”
Overwhelmingly, with 465 votes or 82%, the community voted in favor of Logo/Seal Option 1, which features the logo/mascot of a gator and a corresponding seal with a “G” reminiscent of the historic Graniteville Company mill.
ACPSD honors eighty-four new senior scholars during annual recognition banquet held at Palmetto Terrace.
Principal of Oakwood-Windsor Elementary School Named
Davina Truitt, current assistant principal of Cyril B. Busbee Elementary School and former teacher at Oakwood-Windsor will return to lead the school for the 2019-20 school year in a new capacity.
Community-Oriented Administrator Named Principal of Paul Knox Middle School
North Augusta High School Assistant Principal Paige Day will lead middle level students beginning July 1.