March 5, 2017
South Carolina Walk to School Day!

South Carolina Walk to School Day will be celebrated March 8, 2017 during the ACE Service Week.

Students are encouraged to wear their Augusta Circle t-shirts or red and white to show their school pride.

Please be on the lookout for more details to come with students, or you can contact Elaine Barnhill here or at 864-414-4182.
Meeting Stations gather at 7:35 am.  

CLICK HERE to see all Meeting Stations.

ACE Service Week

Augusta Circle will be participating in a Service Drive on March 6-10.

We will be collecting items for Pendleton Place.  For 37 years, Pendleton Place's residential program has been a place of safety and comfort for children hurt by abuse and neglect.  Much more than just a roof over their heads, Pendleton Place provides the structure, support, and guidance children need to begin the healing process.

Donate Daily:

Monday - New Baby Toiletries (shampoo, lotion, toothpaste)

Tuesday - New & Gently Used Boys Toddler Clothing

Wednesday - New Socks (All Sizes)           *Walk & Wheel to School in ACE Colors*

Thursday - New and Gently Used Girls Toddler Clothing

Friday - New Towels and Washcloths

ACE Leprechaun Leap

Come out and join your fellow ACE friends on Saturday, March 11 for a 1 mile Fun Run at ACE!

Registration starts at 8:45am in front of the Auditorium.  The run starts at 9:00am and will be on school grounds.

Bring the whole family, and don't forget to wear your MOST festive St. Patrick's Day Attire!

Spirit Night at Moe's

Moe's on Augusta Road will be hosting an Augusta Circle Spirit night on Thursday, March 23 from 5:00pm - 8:00pm.

Come eat with your ACE friends and families.  10% of the proceeds from sales (excluding catering) will be donated to the Augusta Circle PTA.

March PTA General Membership Meeting

Please join us for the Augusta Circle Elementary PTA General Membership Meeting

Monday, March 13 at 6:30pm
ACE Library
  • Brief update on ACE PTA programs and fundraisers 
  • Vote on 2017-18 ACE PTA Executive Committee 
  • Information regarding new front entrance at ACE 
  • School Safety Panel Discussion for parents
  • “Answering Your Questions About Safety at ACE” with special guest, Jaime Benton from Greenville County Schools

Please let us know of any topics you'd like covered/questions you'd like answered regarding safety at ACE.  Kindly submit all questions via the school (Attn: ACE PTA) or email directly HERE.

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.

School Tour

Augusta Circle will be hosting a tour for prospective parents on the following date:

Tuesday, March 6 at 6:00pm

If you know any parents looking to have their children at Augusta Circle, please encourage them to attend.

LAST WEEK For Yearbooks!

The wonderful memories of Augusta Circle can be available to you for a lifetime by ordering your Augusta Circle 2016-2017 yearbook!  The books are $18.00 each and will be delivered to the students at the end of May.  

You can also congratulate your student or a staff member!  For only $15.00, you can include a special "ad" in the yearbook for your student, a teacher, or someone special in your life at Augusta Circle.  

CLICK HERE to download the order form This is the LAST WEEK to order.

The Hughes Experience

Attention Rising 6th Graders!

Do you want to experience four exciting middle school activities and eat dinner with Hughes students before you enter our doors next year?  If you answered yes, then you will want to sign up for...

The Hughes Experience
Hughes Academy
April 24, 1017

This event is for students only.  

Registration is due by March 22.

Any questions?   Contact Patti Rushing here.

Dental Health

Your children are now losing their baby teeth and getting their permanent teeth.  We only get one set, so it is SUPER important that we take care of them the best we can.  Colgate Bright Smiles has lots of tips for parents and fun things for the kids to use to take care of teeth.  Here is a list of just a few things Colgate recommends we should be doing to help our child have healthy smiles:
  • Make sure your child brushes his/her teeth for 2 minutes twice a day with fluoride toothpaste. 
  • Make brushing fun for your kids by playing a song or setting a timer.
  • Change your child’s toothbrush every 3 months or when it becomes shaggy.
  • Floss your child’s teeth daily.
  • Visit your dentist regularly. 
  • Limit the number of snacks your child has throughout the day.  Plaque is the bacteria that lives in everyone’s mouth.  When food or any other drink (except water) makes contact with  teeth it makes an acid.  The acid eats at your teeth and can cause cavities.
  • Choose healthy snacks that are low in sugar (fresh fruit, raw vegetables, low-fat cheese, yogurt, or whole grain bread/crackers).
For more information and fun activities and apps to help your children learn more about taking care of their teeth, visit this website  or visit the library.  They have lots of fun children’s books to teach your children about caring for their teeth.