Doug Pittard, 2nd grader at JCCE, earned his way to the 100 point club for the Accelerated Reader program. Way to go, Doug!! Keep up the good work!
over 3 years ago, ACSD
Doug Pittard, 2nd grader at JCCE, earned his way to the 100 point club for the Accelerated Reader program
Dr. Hall reads to the second graders at JCCE during Read Across America Week.
over 3 years ago, ACSD
Dr. Hall reads to the second graders at JCCE during Read Across America Week
Congratulations to the following gift card winners for National School Breakfast Week for Tuesday! If you have any questions, please contact the lunch staff at your school.
over 3 years ago, ACSD
Congratulations to the following gift card winners for National School Breakfast Week for Monday! If you have any questions, please contact the lunch staff at your school.
over 3 years ago, ACSD
National School Breakfast Week winners for Monday
National School Breakfast Week flyer
Jeff Sorrow (Blake's Daddy) came to read to Mrs. Wells' 4K students during our Dr. Seuss celebrations. Photo #2 - Ms. Smith says her Dr. Seuss "Hello's" to 4K student Elena P., who says "They're twinsies".
over 3 years ago, ACSD
Parent reads to students at JCCE
Ms. Smith says her Dr. Seuss "Hello's" to 4K student Elena P., who says "They're twinsies"
Long Cane Primary Second Grader, Thomas Moore, is shown as his Accelerated Reader screen displays his 100 point achievement! Accelerated Reader is a reading incentive program used in ACSD elementary and middle schools to promote the love of reading. Congratulations, Thomas!
almost 4 years ago, ACSD
Thomas Moore is shown as his Accelerated Reader Screen displays his 100 point achievement
100 point achievement on accelerated reader program
Next week, March 4-8, is National School Breakfast Week! Take a look at all of the giveaways and plan for your child to eat breakfast at school next week!
almost 4 years ago, ACSD
National School Breakfast Week is March 4-8
ATTENTION: Preschool registration dates are just around the corner! Please take a look at the dates for your child's school.
almost 4 years ago, ACSD
Preschool registration dates
Westwood Elementary is proud to announce their Star Students for the month of January. Left to right.: 1st row, left to right: Tyler Hudson, Rashaan Thomas, Maddy Stone, Katey Rose Marshall, Yenqui Gutierrez-Ortiz, Ruthie New. 2nd row: Aedan Hall, Carolyn Brooks Snow, Hayden Payne, Felix Cassarubias-Bello, Abigail Gambrell, Eden Nelson, Jonah Wright, Santonia London. 3rd row: Logan Haddon, Mc'Kaylyn Gary, Nykia Goodwin, Mayce Hite, Troy Rodgers, Zy'Keriah McCouller.
almost 4 years ago, ACSD
WWES Star Students for January 2019
Feb. 11-15 is School Bus Driver Appreciation Week. Don't forget to thank your local school bus drivers and head on over to http://www.americanschoolbuscouncil.org/love-the-bus/ for some fun activities centered around celebrating the hard work of our school bus drivers! Thanks!
almost 4 years ago, ACSD
School bus driver appreciation week
Lovethebus.org
American school bus council
It's National School Counseling Week! Make sure to tell your school's guidance counselors thank you for their love and support.
almost 4 years ago, ACSD
National School Counseling Week
Guidance Counselors, Phillip Bannister and Sandy Scott
Congrats to Dixie’s FBLA members who are eligible to represent Dixie High School in the State Competitions to be held in Charleston in March. Dixie FBLA advisors are Brian Milford and Jason Burton.
almost 4 years ago, ACSD
Dixie FBLA students
Big CONGRATS to Mrs. Adams and FBLA on their competition this past Saturday. AHS had 22 of 24 students qualify for the state FBLA competition. Among those 22 were 6 first place winners! Way to go, and good luck at the state competition!
almost 4 years ago, ACSD
Abbeville High FBLA students win at state competition
Congratulations to the AHS Challenge Academic Team, DXHS Football team, and AHS Football, who were all honored at the Board meeting last night. The AHS football team won their 4th consecutive State Championship and Dixie High won Region 1A and hosted the Upper State Championship.
almost 4 years ago, ACSD
Dixie High football coaches and principal, Lori Brewton
Abbeville High football coaches
AHS Challenge Team
John C Calhoun Elementary ONLY will dismiss today at 1:30p due to an isolated incident at John C. Calhoun Elementary. All students and staff are safe.
almost 4 years ago, ACSD
ACSD Mobile App
A special thanks to current Clemson Coach, former Clemson standout receiver, Xavier Dye, for speaking with our students at Wright Middle. Principal Skip Hopkins, who used to coach Dye in middle school, enjoyed having him talk to students at WRMS about doing things the right way.
almost 4 years ago, ACSD
Xavier Dye visits our school district
Xavier Dye visits our school district
Xavier Dye visits our school district
Xavier Dye visits our school district
Congratulations to Board Vice-President Brad Evans for receiving the PTC Presidential Medallion. Instituted in 1991 during the college’s silver anniversary celebration, the medallions recognize individuals who have made significant contributions toward excellence in education.​​
almost 4 years ago, ACSD
Board Vice-President Receives PTC Presidential Medallion
The Abbeville Lions Club came to Westwood Elementary School to present a program about the history of Arbor Day. The students then participated in planting a Red Maple Tree on our campus. Each student was given a tree to take home and plant.
almost 4 years ago, ACSD
Student digging hole for Arbor Day lesson
Lions Club members teaching about Arbor Day
Lions Club members teaching about Arbor Day
Mrs. Stewart's second grade class enjoying a read aloud from Abbeville High school's senior football player, Cortney Jackson.
almost 4 years ago, ACSD
Cortney Jackson reads to LCP students
CTES's Annual Mathematical Food Drive. Palmer Patrick, Landon Kauffman, Shelby Lawson, Aubrey Graber, Mackala Kent, and Adrian Hershberger, Reaganne Stoll, Paul Hering, Lauren Mitchell, Cameren Parnell, Heidi Bearden, Breeden Crawford, Ethan Gable, John Suddeth, and Abe Speer.
about 4 years ago, ACSD
CTES students participate in can drive