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County Public Schools - Aiken County Public School District
Aiken
County Public Schools
Aiken County’s citizens have a long standing commitment and
legacy of supporting education. In Aiken County Public schools,
educational opportunities are plentiful for all students, where
academic, as well as physical and character development are
stressed.
Aiken County Public Schools continues to be recognized for
academic excellence and student achievement throughout the
pre-K to 12th grade levels. During the 2013-14 year, 11 schools
received South Carolina Palmetto Gold and Silver awards for
attaining high levels of performance on state standardized
measurements for general performance; three schools were
recognized for closing the achievement gap.
In addition, many schools have received statewide and national
recognition for model programs in academics, the arts, physical
education, middle school education, and science education.
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Students in elementary school receive cutting-edge literacy
instruction from reading experts and interventionists with the goal of
reading on grade level by third grade.
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Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) initiatives
are integrated in all Aiken County Middle Schools.
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Aiken County Public School District seniors performed above
both the state and national averages on the ACT college entrance
exam.
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The Class of 2014, comprised of 1307 high school graduates,
amassed a record-breaking $50,962,224 in scholarships.
Aiken County Public Schools are successful due in part to the many
partnerships with local colleges and corporations that enhance
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County Public Schools
academic courses and expand the academic choices for students
at all grade levels.
The Aiken County Career and Technology Center (ACCTC) offers a
multitude of award-winning career focused programs. Recently, the
first apprentices from the District’s partnership with MTU America
graduated as Skilled Metal Workers and are among the first high
school students in the nation to complete an apprenticeship
program of its kind. From welding and emergency/fire management
to fashion, health sciences, electricity, media technology and just
about everything in between, the Career and Technology Center
increases student options and supports local employment needs.
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Aiken’s college-bound students have the opportunity to earn dual
credit by completing up to 36 hours of college course work while still
in high school. Partnerships between the District, Aiken Technical
College and the University of South Carolina at Aiken, save students
thousands of dollars in college costs and give students a head start
on their college career.
Aiken
County Public Schools
CONTACT INFORMATION & STATISTICS
District Office Address: 1000 Brookhaven Drive
Aiken, SC 29803
Phone: (803) 641-2428
www.acpsd.net
4K-12 Student Population: 24,614
Number of Schools: 42
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7 High Schools
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11 Middle Schools
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20 Elementary Schools
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1 Career and Technology Center
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3 Charter Schools
Teacher and Administrator Quality:
(measured by highest degree attained)
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43% Master’s Degree
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17% Master’s Degree + 30
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1% Doctorate
DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT
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Dr. Elizabeth Everitt, Ph.D.
Aiken
County Public Schools
AIKEN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION
The Aiken County Public School District has nine voterelected Board Members and each must be a resident of
his/her respective single member district.
Mrs. Rosemary English, Chair, District 7 (North Aiken and Central
North Western Aiken County)
[email protected] or (803) 648-1126
Mr. Levi Green, Vice Chair, District 2 (New Ellenton, Jackson, Beech
Island and Portions East of the City of Aiken)
[email protected] or (803) 652-7462
Mr. Cecil Atchley, District 6 (Warrenville and Central Western Aiken
County into Graniteville, Langley, Burnettown, Clearwater, Midland
Valley)
[email protected] or (803) 292-2404
Mr. Tad Barber, District 8 (Southeastern City of Aiken and Central
County North of City of Aiken)
[email protected] or (803) 641-1042
Mr. Richard Hazen, District 9 (South Aiken)
[email protected] or (803) 642-6629
Mr. Wesley Hightower, District 3 (Clearwater, Bath, Portions of
Midland Valley, and Beech Island)
[email protected] or (803) 593-4684
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Mr. Keith Liner, District 4 (North Augusta)
[email protected] or (803) 279-0238
Mr. Jeremy Mace, District 5 (North Augusta)
[email protected] or (803) 279-5001
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Mr. Ronnie West, District 1 (Wagener-Salley, Ridge Spring-Monetta
into Saluda County)
[email protected] or (803) 564-6016
NEW STUDENTS
The District’s website, acps.schoolfusion.us, has a GIS locator to assist
families in determining which schools students who live at a
particular address are zoned for. Simply enter a valid address into
the school zone locator and information will appear for zoned
elementary, middle and high schools.
All new students entering school for the first time in Aiken County are
requested to provide the following documents:
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Birth Certificate
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Immunization Card/Form
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Proof of residency
IMMUNIZATION
For complete immunization requirements, call 1-800-27-SHOTS or visit
www.scdhec.net.
Age Requirements:
Child Development (4K): 4 years old by September 1
Kindergarten (5K): 5 years old by September 1
First Grade: 6 years old by September 1
ACADEMIC SCHEDULE
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2014-2015 School Year First Day of School:
August 18, 2014
2014-2015 School Year Last Day of School:
June 4, 2015
Aiken
County Public Schools
2015-2016 School Year First Day of School:
August 17, 2015
2015-2016 School Year Last Day of School:
June 2, 2016
VOLUNTEERS
The Aiken County Public School District benefits from the many
community volunteers who are committed to serving as mentors,
tutors, reading helpers and lunchroom buddies to our students. There
are numerous opportunities throughout our county to make a
difference in the lives of our students by volunteering in our schools.
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An updated list of volunteer opportunities is located on our website,
acps.schoolfusion.us. Interested individuals or groups may contact the
Office of Public Information at (803) 641-2639 for additional
questions.
Aiken
County Public Schools
Aiken County
Public School District
Merry Glenne Piccolino
Public Information Officer
803.641.2639
[email protected]
www.acpsd.net
For Release Friday, November 14, 2014 at 12:01 a.m. or thereafter
Aiken Schools Rated EXCELLENT on Latest State Report Card
Aiken County Public Schools once again received an “Excellent”
Absolute Rating, the highest rating possible, for substantially
exceeding the standard for progress on the State of South Carolina
Annual District Report Card released today by the South Carolina
Department of Education. The District also exceeded standards for
Growth.
The state’s Department of Education reports on all schools and
districts annually, assigning Excellent, Good, Average, Below
Average and At-Risk ratings for both performance, “Absolute
Rating,” and “Growth,” a comparison of current year’s performance
to the previous year.
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"We are all pleased that the District has, again this year, earned
an Absolute Rating of ‘Excellent’ and a Growth rating of ‘Good,’”
said Aiken Schools’ Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Everitt. “The
teachers and staff are to be commended for their dedication and
innovative instruction.”
Currently, the SCPASS (Palmetto Assessments of State Standards),
South Carolina’s standards-based test measuring students’ mastery
of grade-level curriculum in English/language arts, mathematics,
science and social studies, is the primary determinant of schools and
district ratings on the state report card for grades three through
eight. Middle school ratings also include End of Course test
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results. HSAP (High School Assessment Program/exit exams), End of
Course tests, as well as the percentage of students graduating from
high school on time, are factors in a high schools’ report card rating.
“Aiken County high schools outperformed other districts on almost
every measure when measured against ‘Districts with Students Like
Ours’ (those with similar percentages of students eligible for
Medicaid services and/or participating in free or reduced lunch
programs),” said Gina Bassford, Aiken’s Report Card Coordinator.
Every high school in the District received an Absolute Rating of
“Good” or “Excellent.” And Aiken’s graduation rate of 82.7%
exceeds rates of previous years and is in the top 35% of the state.
South Aiken High School’s report card rating is “Excellent” for the
fourth consecutive year. Midland Valley High School had the
District’s highest Absolute Index, the number corresponding to the
report card rating, and joined Aiken and Silver Bluff high schools in
receiving second consecutive “Excellent” ratings.
Minnie B Kennedy Middle School and North Augusta Middle School
exceeded standards for progress and their schools received “Good”
ratings for the District’s 2014 Report Card. Additional middle schools
showing gains in the Absolute Index are Busbee Corbett, LangleyBath-Clearwater, Leavelle McCampbell, and Paul Knox.
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Chukker Creek Elementary and Hammond Hill Elementary were
rated “Excellent” for the fifth consecutive year. Aiken, Millbrook and
North Augusta Elementary Schools improved their 2013 report card
ratings of “Good” and are being recognized for exceeding
standards for progress with their 2014 ratings of “Excellent.” Also
demonstrating gains in their elementary schools’ Absolute Index are
Belvedere, Busbee Corbett, Byrd, Clearwater, East Aiken School of
the Arts, Gloverville, Jefferson, Mossy Creek, North Aiken, OakwoodWindsor, Redcliffe, Ridge Spring-Monetta, and Warrenville.
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“The ‘Excellent’ rating for the second consecutive year and the
steady increase in the percentage of students graduating are
testaments to the commitment to academic achievement in our
teachers and our students,” said King Laurence, Associate
Superintendent of Instruction and Accountability.
The District showed positive growth in academic performance when
comparing current performance to the previous year’s performance
and also made significant strides in reducing the achievement gap
between majority groups and historically underachieving groups of
students. The District received a 2014 Growth Rating of “Good” for
exceeding the standards for progress toward the 2020 South
Carolina Performance Vision.
Chukker Creek Elementary, Midland Valley High, and New Ellenton
Middle Schools’ report cards reflect “Excellent” growth. An
additional five schools, Aiken High, Hammond Hill Elementary,
Jefferson Elementary, Silver Bluff High, and South Aiken High,
received “Good” ratings for Growth. Ridge Spring-Monetta and
Wagener-Salley High Schools’ growth rates significantly improved.
“Aiken County’s teachers work tirelessly to ensure that their students
receive quality instructional experiences every day,” said King
Laurence, Associate Superintendent for Instruction and
Accountability. “We still have work to do to meet the needs of all of
our students and these results confirm that we are on the right track.”
Also reported on the state report card is district profile data,
including, among other information, the attendance rate of the
District’s students: 96.1% (up .2 points from 2013 and 2.1 percentage
points above the state objective) and the percentage of students
eligible for the LIFE Scholarship: 39.7% (up from 32.6% in 2013).
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SCHOOL/OFFICE
NAME / TITLE
PHONE/FAX
SCHOOL/OFFICE
NAME / TITLE
Elementary
Schools
LAURIE REESE,
Academic Officer
Debbie Cavazos, Secretary
Tel: 641-2447
Tel: 641-2427
Fax: 641-2636
Elementary
Schools
Janice Kitchings,
Academic Officer
Cathie Miller, Secretary
Debra McCord, Principal
Diane Cole, PT Assistant Principal
Lori Martz, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Tel: 641-2560
Tel: 641-2670
Fax: 641-2561
J. D. Lever Elem.
Amy McClure, Principal
Kimmerie Allen, Assistant Principal
Cathey Ferrell, Secretary
Patricia Wilson, Bookkeeper
Tel: 442-6330
Fax: 442-6131
Millbrook Elem.
Janet Vaughan, Principal
Sara-Beth Brown, Assistant Principal
Monica Leverett, Secretary
Sharon Lamar, Bookkeeper
Tel: 442-6170
Fax: 442-6112
Stephanie Hammond, Principal
Leslie Bee, Assistant Principal
Gwyn Chavous, Secretary
Terri Lester, Bookkeeper
Wendy Jacobs, Principal
Felicia Walters, Assistant Principal
Stephanie Williams, Secretary
Joanne Smith, Bookkeeper
Trey Laube, Principal
Meredith Nolan, Assistant Principal
Stacey Boatwright, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Jefferson Elem.
Greendale Elem.
PHONE/FAX
Tel: 641-2540
Tel: 641-2487
Fax: 641-2636
Cathy Ellis, Principal
Patricia Wilson, Assistant Principal
Shakeena Brown, Secretary
Karla Aldrete, Bookkeeper
Denise Huff, Principal
John Metts, Assistant Principal
Polly Maclure, Secretary
Cheryl Murphy, Bookkeeper
Tel: 641-2760
Tel: 641-2761
Fax: 641-2402
East Aiken School of
the Arts
Lisa Fallaw, Principal
Christine Abernethy, Assistant Principal
Brenda Callahan, Secretary
Lisa Francis, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Tel: 641-2450
Tel: 641-2451
Fax: 641-2527
Tel: 442-6090
Fax: 442-6092
Aiken Elem.
Tel: 641-2740
Tel: 641-2743
Fax: 641-2526
Tel: 442-6280
Fax: 442-6282
Chukker Creek Elem.
Tel: 593-7240
Fax: 593-7120
North Aiken Elem.
Becky Wilson, Principal
Peggy Coleman, Assistant Principal
Rebecca Martz, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Tel: 593-7180
Fax: 593-7112
Byrd Elem.
Sonya Colvin, Principal
Steven Kolodizieizyck, PT Asst. Principal
Michelle Holtsizer, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Tel: 652-8170
Tel: 652-8171
Fax: 652-8173
Gloverville Elem.
Julie Revelle, Principal
Denise Barnhart, Assistant Principal
Stephanie Harden, Secretary
Sylvia Campbell, Bookkeeper
Tel: 827-3350
Tel: 652-7343
Fax: 827-3354
Warrenville Elem.
Rebecca Koelker, Principal
Leroy Walker, Assistant Principal
Jennifer Good, Secretary
Gisele Morland, Bookkeeper
Amy Gregory, Principal
Charlene Heard, Assistant Principal
Jodi Anderson, Secretary
Tammie Bates, Bookkeeper
Elisa Sanders-Pee, Principal
Clyde Jobes, Assistant Principal
Shirley Hayward, Secretary
Deborah Kelly, Bookkeeper
Russell Gunter, Principal
Dr. Samantha Nobles, Assistant Principal
Donna Hair, Secretary
Judy Moulton, Bookkeeper
Michelle Padgett, Principal
Cynthia Hewitt, PT Assistant Principal
Shelly Busbee, Secretary
Linda Boatwright, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Brad Watson, Principal
Kay Minor, Assistant Principal
Karen Manor, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Joy Shealy,
Academic Officer
TONYA SPRADLEY, Secretary
Tel: 641-2404
Tel: 641-2605
Fax: 641-2636
RSM Elem.
Callie Herlong, Principal
Amy Cooper, Assistant Principal
Sandy Platts, Sec./Bookkeeper
Tel: 685-2000
Fax: 685-2008
Dr. Lloydette Young, Principal
Pam Schofield, Assistant Principal
Daniel Bartley, PT Assistant Principal
Carrie Myers, Secretary
Angela Sherwood, Bookkeeper
Teresa Mitchem, Principal
Jamie Byrne, Assistant Principal
David Hanna, PT Assistant Principal
Bonnie Gibbons, Secretary
Tanya Cato, Bookkeeper
Tel: 641-2770
Fax: 641-2529
Tel: 641-2470
Tel: 641-2472
Fax: 641-2405
Aiken High
Aiken Middle
John Bradley, Principal
Tyral Braxton, Assistant Principal
Kimberly Walden, Secretary
Iris Woodson-Trapp, Bookkeeper
Tel: 641-2570
Tel: 641-2577
Fax: 641-2578
South Aiken High
North Augusta Middle
Phyllis Gamble, Principal
Kimbra Herndon, Assistant Principal
Eric Lewis, PT Assistant Principal
Stephanie Abney, Secretary
Yvonne Todd, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Tel: 442-6200
Fax: 442-6202
North Augusta High
Kyle Smith, Principal
Terra Van der Linden, Assistant Principal
Margo Gore, PT Assistant Principal
Mary Felak, Secretary/ Bookkeeper
Tel: 442-6300
Fax: 442-6302
Midland Valley High
Brenda DeLoache, Principal
Kyle Blankenship, Assistant Principal
Dr. Stephanie Brightharp-Jackson, PT AP
Catherine Corbett, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Johnny Spears, Principal
Kela Sharpton, Assistant Principal
LaTina Turner, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Tel: 593-7260
Fax: 593-7119
RSM Middle/High
Tel: 663-4300
Fax: 663-4302
Wagener-Salley High
Dr. Laura Bacon, Principal
Dr. Debbie Black, Assistant Principal
Clinton Saunders, Assistant Principal
Stephanie Adams, Secretary
Tina Widener, Bookkeeper
Shunte Dugar, Principal
Steven Kolodizieizyck, PT Asst. Principal
Trina Springs, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Tel: 564-1000
Fax: 564-1010
Silver Bluff High
Jason Holt, Principal
Kathy Freeman, Assistant Principal
Wendy Stikeleather, Sec./Bookkeeper
Tel: 279-3525
Tel: 471-2237
Fax: 471-2202
Oakwood-Windsor El.
3773 Charleston Hwy
Aiken, SC 29801
Belvedere Elem.
201 Rhomboid Place
Belvedere, SC 29841
Hammond Hill Elem.
901 W. Woodlawn Ave
North Augusta, SC 29841
Mossy Creek Elem.
421 West Five Notch Rd. North
Augusta, SC 29841
North Augusta Elem.
400 E Spring Grove Ave
North Augusta, SC 29841
Clearwater Elem.
4552 Augusta Road
Beech Island, SC 29842
170 Flint Drive
Warrenville, SC 29851
505 S Boundary Avenue
New Ellenton, SC 29809
Redcliffe Elem.
22 Double Springs Road
Aiken, SC 29803
Middle
Schools
Schofield Middle
224 Kershaw Street NE
Aiken, SC 29801
Kennedy Middle
274E Pine Log Road
Aiken, SC 29803
101 Gator Lane
Aiken, SC 29801
725 Old Edgefield Road
North Augusta, SC 29841
Paul Knox Middle
1804 Wells Road
North Augusta, SC 29841
LBC Middle
29 Lions Trail
Warrenville, SC 29851
Leavelle McCampbell
Middle
82 Canal Street
Graniteville, SC 29829
Busbee Elem./A. L.
Corbett Middle
10 A L Corbett Circle
Wagener, SC 29164
New Ellenton Middle
814 Main Street South
New Ellenton, SC 29809
Jackson Middle
8217 Atomic Road
Jackson, SC 29831
Tel: 652-8200
Fax: 652-8203
2404 Columbia Hwy
Aiken, SC 29805
255 E Pine Log Road
Aiken, SC 29803
223 Old Wagener Road
Aiken, SC 29801
2050 Pine Log Road
Aiken, SC 29803
1830 Chukker Creek Rd.
Aiken, SC 29803
100 Bears Rock Road
Aiken, SC 29801
1225 Weldon Way
Graniteville, SC 29829
114 Gloria Rush Circle
Gloverville, SC 29828
569 Howlandville Road
Warrenville, SC 29851
422 Hazzard Circle
Ridge Spring, SC 29129
High
Schools
449 Rutland Drive
Aiken, SC 29801
232 E Pine Log Road
Aiken, SC 29803
2000 Knobcone Avenue
North Augusta, SC 29841
227 Mustang Drive
Graniteville, SDC 29829
10 JP Kneece Drive
Monetta, SC 29105
272 Main Street South
Wagener, SC 29164
64 DeSoto Drive
Aiken, SC 29803
Tel: 641-2580
Tel: 641- 2581
Fax: 641-2449
Tel: 641-2474
Tel: 641-2528
Fax: 641-2537
Tel: 641-2690
Tel: 641-2691
Fax: 641-2674
Tel: 663-4320
Fax: 663-4321
Tel: 593-7280
Fax: 593-7281
Tel: 663-4270
Fax: 663-4271
Dr. Tim Yarborough,
Academic Officer
Paula Ehlers, Secretary
Tel: 641-2454
Tel: 641-2495
Fax: 641-2636
Garen Cofer, Principal
Mark Dugar, Alisa Hamrick, Tameika
Valentine, Jennifer Warner, Asst. Principals
Jody Morgan, Secretary
Debra Hiers, Bookkeeper
Tel: 641-2500
Tel: 641-2502
Fax: 641-2501
Annex Site
Tel: 641-2692
Tel: 641-2600
Tel: 641-2601
Fax: 641-2607
Jill Jett, Principal
Martha Messick, Andrew Young, Tami
Shaffer, Mark Brown, Assistant Principals
Martha Hutto, Secretary
Sharon Harrison, Bookkeeper
John Murphy, Principal
Paige Day, Peter Kosko,
LaTonya Young Asst. Principals
Sheldon Higgenbottom, PT Asst. Principal
Susan Ayer, Secretary
Kathy McCann, Bookkeeper
Carl White, Principal
Marc Funderburk, Jason Schumpert,
Assistant Principals, Kristie Brooks, PT AP
Angela Gibson, Secretary, Bookkeeper
Tel: 442-6100
Fax: 442-6127
Tel: 593-7100
Fax: 593-7106
Warren Wintrode, Principal
Sylvia Gay, Assistant Principal
Suman Marks-Johnson, Assistant Principal
Angela Rodgers, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Ute Aadland, Principal
James Arnold, Assistant Principal
Linda Askew, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Tel: 685-2100
Fax: 685-2108
Collette Johnson, Principal
Vernon Johnson, Assistant Principal
Alan Burnham, PT Assistant Principal
Debby Bouknight, Secretary
Peggy Eaves, Bookkeeper
Tel: 652-8100
Tel: 279-1373
Fax: 652-8104
Tel: 564-1100
Tel: 564-1101
Fax: 564-1109
DEPARTMENTS
PHONE/FAX
CENTERS/DEPTS.
Dr. Randy Stowe
Marsha Gozur, Secretary
1000 Brookhaven Drive
Aiken, SC 29803
Tel: 641-2490
Fax: 641-2485
Aiken County Career &
Technology Center
2455 Jefferson Davis Hwy
Warrenville SC 29851
Maria McClure, Manager
Sandra Blackwood, Secretary
2457 Jefferson Davis Hwy.
Warrenville, SC 29851
Eunice Robinson, Special Programs
Candy Hayes, Training
Dottie Reames, Routing
Tel: 593-7201
Tel: 593-7202
Fax: 593-7111
Byrd Learning Center
1 Willis Circle
Graniteville, SC 29829
Tel: 593-7130
Tel: 593-7123
Substitute
Teaching
Dr. Randy Stowe
Marsha Gozur
Tel: 641-2490
Tribunal
Meetings
Tonya Spradley
Paula Ehlers
Tel: 641-2605
Tel: 641-2495
One:
Two:
Three:
Four:
Five:
Tel:
Tel:
Tel:
Tel:
Tel:
Director of
Administrative
Services
Transportation
Office
AREA
BOOKKEEPERS
NAME / TITLE
Karesa Marshall
Chastity Washington (NAHS)
Deana Roberts
Linda Kirkland (ALCM)
Tracie Bryant (NEMS)
641-2720
442-6250
593-7200
564-1076
652-8250
NAME / TITLE
PHONE/FAX
William Hudson, Director
Mike Orsini, Assistant Principal
Judy Abrams, Secretary
Sherry Abney, Bookkeeper
Rhonda Douglas, CATE Bookkeeper
Pat Keating, Director
Sylvia Goldman, Secretary
Tel: 593-7300
Tel: 593-7113
Fax: 593-7115
Center For Innovative
Learning at Pinecrest
1050 Pinecrest Avenue
Aiken SC 29801
Ben Osborne, Principal
Natonia Sullivan, Assistant Principal
Revonda Durham, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Peggy Fleming, Secretary
Tel: 641-2680
Fax: 641-2681
Freedman Parenting
225 Aiken Road/POBox463
Graniteville SC 29829
Dept. of Special
Programs
1000 Brookhaven Drive
Aiken SC 29803
Adult Education
1000 Brookhaven Drive
Aiken, SC 29803
Cherell Butler, Coordinator
Beth Kelley, Secretary/Bookkeeper
Spec. Programs
Tel: 641-2683
Tel: 663-4204
Fax: 663-4200
Cassie Cagle, Director
Marty Hintermann, Secretary
Tel: 641-2624
Fax: 641-2628
Pat Keating, Director
Emily Cox, Secretary
Tel: 641-2476
Fax: 641-2492
Tel: 663-4920
Tel: 663-4921
Fax: 663-4919
DEPARTMENT
TELEPHONE
FAX
DEPARTMENT
TELEPHONE
FAX
Accounts Payable
641-2445
641-2686
Instructional Services
641-2420
641-2700
Adult Education
641-2476
641-2492
Maintenance Department
641-2511
641-2635
Assoc. Super. Administration
641-2609
641-2700
Material Center
641-2479
641-2480
Attendance
641-2422
641-2559
Parenting (Freedman)
663-4204
663-4200
Attorney’s Office
641-2572, 641-2573
641-2536
Payroll
641-2456
641-2686
Auditor
641-2460
641-2485
Purchasing
641-2524
642-8948
Board of Education
641-2431
641-2700
School Food Service
641-2406
641-2519
Community & Media Relations
641-2639
641-2700
Special Programs
641-2624
641-2628
Comptroller
641-2437
641-2412
Staff Development
641-2484
641-2466
Deputy Superintendent
641-2514
641-2700
Superintendent
641-2430
642-8903
Educational Technology
641-2444
641-2441
Workers Compensation
641-2439
641-2686
Facility Construction
641-2534
641-2567
Federal Programs
641-2403
641-2569
Health Services
641-2417
641-2491
* S.C. Dept. of Education
803-734-8500 (www.ed.sc.gov)
803-734-3389
Home Bound/School Services
641-2421, 641-2644
641-2491
Human Resources
641-2463
641-2466
AIKEN COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
2014-2015
1000 Brookhaven Drive
Aiken South Carolina 29803
(803) 641-2428
www.acps.schoolfusion.us