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Early release will benefit Aiken County teachers

AIKEN --- Aiken County schools will begin their early release program Wednesday to give teachers time for staff development.
Metro | Wagener-Salley High School

The following Aiken County teachers have been named Teachers of the Year for the 2008-09 school year for their schools:
Success of single-gender classes boosts offerings

COLUMBIA --- The number of schools offering single-sex classes in South Carolina is expected to more than double this school year.
Corbett Middle School Honors

The following pupils were recognized for the fourth nine weeks at A.L. Corbett Middle School: Principal's honor roll -- Harley Gallop, April Jeffcoat, Brielle Busbee and Hunter Buff . AB honor roll -- Helen Rumsey...

...Education; College Scholarship from the USTA Tennis & Education Foundation. - The top readers this year at A.L. Corbett Middle School for the Accelerated Reader Program were: Nina Overton, Jasmine Tyler, Rakeem Hicks, Loretta Fields, Brian...
Children register, return to school mode

AIKEN - School registration wasn't just about paperwork and lines for Lashonda Tyler on Tuesday. The trip to Busbee Elementary gave her a chance to show her children that the answer to "When do we go back to school?" was soon.
No such a thing as a free lunch?

AIKEN - Each day, the Aiken Housing Authority oversees serving 4,256 nutritional breakfasts and lunches to children.

The following Aiken County pupils have been recognized for their award-winning projects at the National History Day Championship held at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History.
Aiken County Board of Education | Greenbrier High School | North Augusta High School | Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School | Silver Bluff High School | South Aiken High School
Children prepare to take PACT

AIKEN - Elementary and middle school pupils will probably see earlier bed times tonight as families prepare for the Palmetto Achievement Challenge Test.
Ex-Globetrotter inspires, entertains

WAGENER, S.C. - A.L. Corbett Middle School pupils were on the edge of their seats and doubled over with laughter as former Harlem Globetrotter Melvin Adams shared the ups and downs of his life through basketball tricks.