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Announcements
Welcome to East Aiken School of the Arts

On behalf of the East Aiken School of the Arts faculty, staff, and administration, it is my pleasure to welcome you as we prepare for the upcoming 2014-15 school year!Itís wonderful to see familiar faces and to welcome new families to our school community. We welcome parent participation and support during the school year and look forward to working with you to ensure success for all our students.† We trust that this will be a rewarding and successful year as we continue to Strive for Academic Excellence through the Arts!

Lisa Fallaw, Principal
Christin Abernethy, Assistant Principal

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After-school arts programs for the second semester begin in January.† There is a mandatory parent meeting on Tuesday, January 13, if your child would like to participate.† Read the parent letter for additional information.
Today we received some very exciting news for our school!!!!† We have been named a FINALIST for the State Title I School of Progress Award!!!!!† We will represent Aiken County at the SC Title I Conference next fall.† We will also receive $5,000! This is such a tremendous honor for our school and one that is truly deserved!!!† Our teachers and students have worked extremely hard the past year!!!!† Congratulations to our teachers, students, and parents!!!! Way to go, East Aiken School of the Arts!!!!!
BRILLIANT, BEAUTIFUL, BRAVO!!!!!!

CONGRATULATIONS to our students, faculty, and staff for earning an ESEA grade of 85/B for 2014!!!!† East Aiken School of the Arts is also being recognized as a Title I Reward School for Progress. We are one of the top ten percent of qualifying Title I schools that demonstrated progress in the† performance of all students or in subgroups on statewide assessments.† Our score improved 13.4 points in 2014. THANK YOU to all of our parents and all community members for your continued support of school as we continue to strive for academic excellence through the arts!!!†
Souper Bowl
Please donate canned food items to the Souper Bowl of Caring January 5-30.† These items will be given to the Golden Harvest Food Bank.
School Food Service Update
Learn how the "Smart Snacks in School" standards published by the USDA will impact our school. (Click here)

imagePlease help support our school by collecting and donating Box Tops for Education and Campbell's Labels for Education. A list of products that have Box Tops for Education can be found at www.boxtops4education.com, and a list of Campbell's Labels for Education products can be found at www.labelsforeducation.com.† We also collect empty ink cartridges and old cell phones for recycling as well as can tabs.