Sunday, March 26, 2017
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Upcoming Events

News & Notes

Spring Sing

The 37th Annual Spring Sing, sponsored by The Rotary Club of Pleasantburg and Greenville County Schools, showcased the talent of over 500 elementary and middle school singers who performed at the Peace Center.

You can watch the performance here.

Augusta Circle Circus

Save the Date for the Greatest Show in Town, Friday, April 21 from 3:30pm-6:30pm at ACE.
Be on the lookout for a raffle sheet coming home soon. Raffle items this year are a Golf Cart and Premium Parking Pass!

ACE Workout Wednesdays

Join us for ACE Workout Wednesdays March 22, April 19 and May 24. Promote health and fitness in our classrooms by having your children dress in workout gear/tennis shoes for some fun, creative ways to get their heart rates up while learning.

New Online Absence Form
Did you forget to send a note in with your child after a school absence? You can now fill out an online absence form. Look in the Parent's tab on the website to find "Attendance" if you need to fill one out. Here's what it looks like.

ARMES Program

The online process for ARMES is open. The ARMES (Arts Reaching Middle and Elementary Schools) Program is a tuition-free program for gifted and talented artistic students in 3rd through 8th grades who live in Greenville County. Current 2nd through 7th grade students may be nominated by a teacher, parent, adult, self, or peer.  All interested students must have an online nomination form completed by April 5, 2017. If you have a student you believe would benefit from this program (Dance, Drama, Strings, or Visual Art), please complete the online nomination form HERE.

Map Testing
MAP testing for grades 2-5 will take place March 14-20 and March 21-27. Be sure to get plenty of sleep and eat a good breakfast each day!

Sweet Treats for Rising 5K Students

ACE's annual Popsicles on the Playground open house for rising K5 students and their families is Sunday, April 30 from 3:00-4:00pm. Kindergarten classrooms will be open so students can get a sneak preview of all the fun they will be having at Augusta Circle next fall.