Thursday, August 21, 2014
100 Winyah Street ♦ Greenville, S.C. 29605 ♦ 864-355-1200

Upcoming Events

News & Notes

Keep Up to Date with the PTA Website


The Augusta Circle PTA’s website, AugustaCirclePTA.com, contains all the details about upcoming events, how to contact ACE teachers
and staff, the weekly lunch menu, school-day weather forecast, and even an e-store to purchase your ACE gear!

Also, don’t forget to “Like” Augusta Circle PTA on Facebook!


Marvelous Math and Reading Packets

We encourage all students to continue working on their summer reading and math packets.
The packets may be turned in to their new teacher or Mrs. Conway by Friday, August 22.
A special thanks to the PTA for providing these fun packets that encourage our students to practice math
and reading skills during the summer!
Thank you to Pickwick Pharmacy for donating a Cherry Coke to each child
that completes their Marvelous Math packet!


Spirit Day at 32 Degrees

Mark your calendar for Thursday, August 21 and join us from 2:30 - 6:30 PM at 32 Degrees on Augusta!  Catch up with friends you haven't seen all summer and find out about everyone's first few days of school!


School Supplies
Wondering how many glue sticks to buy? Here's the link to the school supply list.


2014-2015 School Calendar
The first day of school is Tuesday, August 19. Click here for the school year calendar.


Summer Skills

What are you reading this summer? Whether you choose an e-reader or traditional book, spend the summer traveling to exotic lands on an adventure.

Here are some recommended books by grade
 and math practice web pages too.

Register for the summer reading program at the Greenville County Library System (GCLS) location you visit most and pick up a reading log. The program runs from May 30 - July 26. 
 

Check out the family activity calendar for June, July & August.

Have a great summer!


ACE is Awarded Palmetto Gold

Congratulations Augusta Circle!

The Palmetto Gold and Silver Awards program recognizes and rewards schools for attaining high levels of absolute performance, for attaining high rates of growth, and for making substantial progress in closing the achievement gap between groups of students. 


Documents and Forms