A note from Mrs. Wilson…
Dear Families and Friends of North Augusta Elementary School,
I am so excited to be joining North Augusta Elementary School this year. As a graduate of North Augusta High School (Class of 1988) and a 33 year resident of North Augusta, this truly feels like coming home. Please feel free to stop in and introduce yourself. I cannot wait to meet each of you. Now, I’d like to welcome you back for what will be an exciting 2015-2016 school year! North Augusta Elementary has a proud tradition of merging excellence in education with the warmth of family. This combination empowers our students and ensures that your child will be cared for and prepared for the future.
Together, we are going to have an amazing year. It has been a busy summer at North Augusta Elementary School with the building renovations, hiring of new staff, and the preparations made for the arrival of our students. Our building has undergone a major infrastructural renovation this summer.
While it doesn’t look different, the HVAC in the core of the building and other internal systems have been replaced. This has been an extensive project and I commend everyone who had a part in getting it completed a bit ahead of schedule.
We begin the school year welcoming some new faces to the NAE school faculty and staff.
Crystal Chambers – Art
Cedric Geter – custodian
Holly Mims – Resource grades 3-5
Jessica Icenhour – 1st grade
Elaine McFadden – 4th grade
Kimberly Baxley – secretary
I will see you soon!
Our office hours are from 7:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. and our school telephone number is 803-442-6280.
Mrs. Patricia Wilson, Principal
Ms. Felicia Walters, Assistant Principal
North Augusta Elementary Vision
We envision our school as a safe instructional environment where all students will have their individual needs, differences and abilities recognized, and will be challenged to excel in learning supported by a cooperative school community.
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Important Dates!September 4 - Picture Day
September 14 - Grandparents’ Day & Open House 6:00
NAE Summer Reading Program:
Reading 15 to 20 minutes a day will keep you on your game for the next school year! Mark each day during June, July, and August you spend time reading with an “X” and have your parents sign your chart. Bring your completed reading chart to North Augusta Elementary School and turn it in to your teacher by September 4, 2015. Students who turn in their reading chart will be entered into a drawing to win prizes!
PARENTS: Research has consistently documented the importance of summer reading. Students who read recreationally during the summer do better when the new school year begins. Studies show that students who do not read during the summer show a significant loss over the summer break. Research has shown that reading just four or five books during the summer can prevent this achievement and learning loss. The purpose of North Augusta Elementary School’s Summer Reading Challenge is to encourage students to engage in self-selected recreational summer reading to prevent learning loss and to foster improved student achievement.
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SchoolFusion Parent Account
A SchoolFusion Parent Account allows parents to view all of their children’s classroom information in one web location. Parents can check assignments, view important deadlines on FusionPage calendars, follow their children's sports calendars, school events and much more!
Once parents have created an account email notifications will be sent when new announcements and assignments are added. Only parents/guardians of students enrolled in Aiken County Public School District are allowed to register.
SchoolFusion Parent Guide
To create a parent account, you will need the student id# for each student and birthdate. The birthdate should be keyed in with no leading zero or dashes.
Students are expected to be clean, neat, and dressed appropriately at all times. Students are not allowed to have colored hair. Leggings are considered hosiery and cannot be worn in place of pants. No short shorts/skirts (when hands are down by their sides shorts must be as long as fingertips), short shirts (shirts must cover to the waist on both boys and girls and pants/skirts must be worn on the waist). At no time is a child’s underwear to be in view. No strapless shirts, tank tops, spaghetti straps, mesh tank tops, flip flop/thong type shoes, shoes with retractable wheels. Clothing items that contain offensive or inappropriate pictures, messages or slogans may not be worn as well as headwear, (hats, do-rags, scarves etc.) may not be worn at any time in the building. Parents will be called to pick up students or bring a change of clothing for those who are not appropriately dressed. Students who are inappropriately dressed will not be allowed to remain in the classroom.
SCHOOL START AND ENDING TIMES:
School begins and the Tardy Bell Rings at 7:30 a.m.
School dismisses at 2:15 p.m.
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We appreciate the dedication and support of our entire school community for helping us achieve this level of student performance. Thank you!
"A" on the National Report Card
2010 - 2013
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