News & Notes
Red Ribbon Week is Coming Soon
Red Ribbon Week is October 24-28. The goal of this week is to promote the importance and the fun in choosing a healthy, drug-free lifestyle. Our theme is "VOTE TO BE DRUG FREE". We will have a variety of activities throughout the week.
Lunch & Learn: Keys to Understanding Executive Function
If your child has unusual difficulty getting organized, remembering things, doing homework, and finishing projects, he/she may have executive function issues.
Please join us Friday, November 4 from 11:30am-12:30pm in the science lab (downstairs) as we learn about executive function and the role it plays in our children’s success at school. Our speaker is Dr. Pat Goodyear from Behavioral and Learning Potentials. She will talk to us about ways to promote the development of executive function in our children. You may bring your lunch or enjoy water and small snacks that will be provided. If you have questions, please contact Patti Rushing.
Second Grade State Testing
All second grade students will be taking the Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAt) and the Iowa Test of Basic Skills (ITBS) assessments during the week of October 24-28, 2016. The CogAt test focuses on reasoning skills while the ITBS test is an achievement assessment.
Spirit Month Haircuts!
Pigtails and Crewcuts is offering a Spirit Month special. When you get a haircut, tell them you are from Augusta Circle; $2.00 from each cut will go to ACE. The promotion ends on November 11. Pigtails & Crewcuts is located at 2222 Augusta Street.
WYFF Golden Apple Award
We've got the best group of teachers here at Augusta Circle! Nominate a teacher that has made a difference in your life! Ingles and WYFF4 want to reward teachers who are going above and beyond the standard of teaching methods. Each week, an area teacher will be selected to receive the Golden Apple Award and profiled Thursdays on WYFF News 4. To see a full list of the rules and regulations click here.
ACE Wellness Initiative
Volunteer Application Form
School Visitor and Volunteer Guidelines
Greenville County Schools (GCS), in an effort to ensure the safety of all of our students, is implementing additional security checks for school volunteers. Effective immediately, all volunteers must submit an application to the school and receive clearance from the district before interacting with children in the school or chaperoning any school field trip.
Click here for the application.
Click here for more information.
Documents and Forms
- ELA Standards
- Math Standards
- Science Standards
- Social Studies Standards
- Middle School Catalog
- School Visitor and Volunteer Guidelines
- Student Handbook
- Lunch Menu
- PTA Website
- Supply Lists
- Library Catalog
- Compass Learning Odyssey
- Finding "Just Right" Books
- Dance Mat Typing
- Starfall's Learn to Read
- Tumble Books via Day by Day SC