News & Notes
My School Bucks
MySchoolBucks is a great way to check your cafeteria balance, pay for school related items or set up auto-payment, and even receive low balance alerts. Check your account, or sign up for an account HERE. There is an easy to use icon in the Quicklinks section at the bottom right side of the ACE webpage.
Come out to the NY Butcher Shoppe April 18 and stock up on all of your favorites! 10% of the day's sales will be donated to ACE!
Our last collection of Box Tops resulted in $240 back to the school. WAY TO GO and KEEP ON CLIPPING!
Popsicles on the Playground
Do you have a rising kindergartner? Save the date for Popsicles on the Playground, Sunday, April 22 at 3:00 PM. Come tour the kindergarten classrooms, play on the playground and meet new ACE families! We will be selling apparel this year, so be sure to bring money to buy your kindergartner some spirit wear!
Order your School Supplies for the 2018-2019 school year!
Next year's school supply kits are online HERE Orders can be placed from April 1- June 15. More info will be coming home with your child in the next week! Contact Kelley Law (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Returning to School after Illness
In an effort to decrease the spread of contagious illness at school, Greenville County School District would like to remind you:
If your student has fever, he/she must be fever free for 24 hours before returning to school (this means without the use of fever reducing medications). Fever is defined as a temperature of 100.4 or greater.
If your student has diarrhea, he/she must be diarrhea free for 24 hours before returning to school (this mean without the use of diarrhea suppressing medication). Diarrhea is defined as 3 or more episodes of loose stools in a 24 hour period.
A student must not come to school if vomiting 2 or more times in 24 hours. A student should have 1 or 2 meals without vomiting before returning to school.
If you have questions concerning your student’s health, please contact the school nurse at 355-1207. Thank you for your assistance in decreasing the spread of illness.
2018 State Testing Dates for SC READY and SC PASS for Augusta Circle Students
Students in grades 3 – 5 will be participating in the state SC PASS and/or SC READY during the month of May. Below are the specific testing dates for each grade level:
Wednesday, May 2: SC READY ELA TDA/Writing
Wednesday, May 9: SC READY ELA Reading
Wednesday, May 23: SC READY Math
Tuesday, May 1: SC READY ELA Reading
Thursday, May 3: SC READY ELA TDA/Writing
Thursday, May 10: SC PASS Science
Thursday, May 24: SC READY Math
Tuesday, May 8: SC READY ELA Reading
Thursday, May 10: SC READY ELA TDA/Writing
Tuesday, May 22: SC READY Math
Thursday, May 24: SC PASS Social Studies
Sock Drive Success!
Augusta Circle students collected more than 680 pairs of socks (and underwear) for the sock drive! Our school nurse’s closet is fully stocked. Three large bins of socks are headed to Cherrydale this week. Thank you to everyone for your generosity!
Walk to School Day Results
Thanks to everyone for participating in another successful South Carolina Walk to School Day March 7.
93% of our students walked or wheeled despite the cold weather!
95% of second graders participated, the biggest class percentage.
Ms. Snyder’s class won the Silver Wheel award that goes to the class with the most students who rode bikes or scooters to school.
Silver Shoe award, for the class with the most walkers to school, was won by Ms. Murphy’s class.
The School Spirit award for the most students wearing an ACE t-shirt or red and white was awarded to Mrs. Kraning’s class.
And the Golden Sneaker goes to the class with the most overall participation. We had 7 classes with 100% participation: Miss Deneen, Mrs. Drake, Miss Owens, Mrs. Cassels, Mrs. Farmer, Mrs. Brazell, and Mrs. Webster.
A tie breaker went to the class with the most school spirit. Miss Owens class won.
Thanks to everyone for your help and support.
Get ready for National Bike to School Day on May 9.
Partnership with Greenville Journal
We are excited to announce a new partnership with the Greenville Journal to showcase our award-winning students, staff, and schools in a way that’s never been done before! The Journal has created a Greenville County Schools section on their website where parents and other community members can watch videos, view photos, link to our website and Facebook page, and find information on special topics such as the Strategic Education Plan. Our first e-publication of Class Acts has been posted here.
ACE School Policy Reminder
Students must store mobile phones, Gizmos, iWatches, etc. in book bags during school hours. Students can take the devices home after school, but they cannot have them out during the school day. If the technology makes a noise in the classroom, the device will be sent to the office. Please help us remind students about this policy.
New Principal Announced for Augusta Circle
We are excited to announce our new principal will be Mimi Melehes. Mrs. Melehes comes to us from Ellen Woodside Elementary where she has been the principal for the past six years. We look forward to her joining the ACE family!
ACE School Tours
Do you have a rising kindergartener planning to attend Augusta Circle Elementary next year? Augusta Circle PTA will be offering school tours for parents of rising 2018-2019 kindergartners:
Monday, May 7, 2018 Noon-1:00 PM
This event is for parents only. Students will have an opportunity to explore kindergarten classrooms at Augusta Circle during our Spring event, Popsicles on the Playground--Sunday, April 22nd from 3:00-4:00 PM. Questions? Contact Anna Barnett (email@example.com) or Marie Richards (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Documents and Forms
- Online Absence Note
- ELA Standards
- Math Standards
- Science Standards
- Social Studies Standards
- Middle School Catalog
- School Visitor and Volunteer Guidelines
- Student Handbook
- Illness Policy
- Lunch Menu
- PTA Website
- Supply Lists
- Library Catalog
- Finding "Just Right" Books
- Dance Mat Typing
- Starfall's Learn to Read
- Tumble Books via Day by Day SC