Augusta Elementary

AES

Augusta Elementary School, a school-wide Title I school in central Hampshire County serving students in preschool through 5th grade.

AugustaBannerSmall.jpgMascot - Eagle
Color - Blue and Gold
Mission - All Augusta Elementary students will make continuous progress toward mastering the essential curriculum and achieving at their highest potential.

Hampshire County Schoology Resources

Augusta Elementary Friday Blended Schedule

  • 8:30 am to 10:30 am Office Hours for all Subjects
  • 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm Office Hours for all Subjects

School Business Partners

Counselor's Corner

Counselor - Christina Brode

Nurse's Corner

School Nurse - Tara Michaels, RN 

Resources

  1. It's 4-H Kick Off Month

    Kids aged 9 - 21 can join 4-H with a parent or guardian’s permission. Kids, aged 5 –7, who are interested 4-H can start in the Cloverbud program, which focuses more on fun but sets the stage for future learning. 4-H is a world leader in developing youths. Read on...
  2. Order your 2021-2022 HHS yearbook

  3. Health Dept. to Offer Flu Shots to All Staff and Middle & High School Students

    October 7 - for staff at all the schools except CBMS and CBES. October 13 - 2:45pm-3:30pm CBMS Staff October 13 - 4:00pm-6:00pm CBES Staff October 21 - Students at HHS, RMS and CBMS (Also for staff Pneumonia, Hep A & B and Shingles shots available.) Read on...
  4. Pre-K & K Registration Dates Set for - 2022-23

    Parents may register children who are 4 by July 1, 2022 for Pre-K classes next year. Children who are 5 by July 1, 2022 and NOT currently in Pre-K now, may also register. Five year old children are required to enter Kindergarten before going to 1st grade. Read on...
  5. Superintendent Pancione's Message About Masks Being Required Due to Rising Covid Cases

    All students & staff members are required to wear masks indoors and on buses beginning Wed, Sept. 8. This is in effect as long as the county is red or orange on the WVDHHR map. This may help lessen the need to be quarantined due to exposure to Covid. A letter from Mr. Pancione
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