With engaged and capable teachers and staff, a shared vision to nurture and support students, and community partnerships that enhance the academic, career and extra-curricular opportunities for all, Aiken County Public School District is THE choice for public school education in the Central Savannah River Area.
Aiken Scholars Academy is the result of a partnership between USCA and Aiken County Public Schools to create an academic school of excellence. Davis began his career as a paraprofessional in Special Education and has also served as a special education teacher in the school district.
The Consolidated School District of Aiken County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provider of educational services for students and, accordingly, does not illegally discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, disability, sex, age, alienage, national origin, or marital status.
Parents can create an account for the Parent Portal and link all of their children under one signon account. They must go to their child’s school and request a WEB ID and Password letter for Parents. Parents can also download from the App store the Parent Portal app to use on their mobile devices.
We welcome parent involvement and believe that it is vital to a students' overall well-being and performance in school. A students' parent/guardian is a key influencer to his/her individual success and we are devoted to keeping parents informed, engaged and involved in their students' academics.
A new teacher may be eligible for a total recruitment bonus of $5,000 if he or she is eligible based upon school location and content area.
Each participant in the spelling bee received a $100 gift card to Barnes and Noble. The winner received a plaque, a $100 Apple gift card, and an Apple iPad.
Quinn was a member of four consecutive state championship teams at Byrnes High School and was named to the South Carolina Shrine Bowl team in 2005.
The event will be livestreamed by The Aiken Standard on its website and Facebook page.