2021 August Virtual Newsletter
It's a NEW SCHOOL YEAR!
AES is thrilled with all of the renovations that have taken place over the summer! We can't wait for you to see and enjoy our newly designed space.
School will begin on August 18, 2021 and our bell schedule will be the same as last year! We will be hosting an In-Person Meet 'n Greet on August 16, 2021 from 4:30-6:30 for you to drop-in and meet your teacher!
All Staff and Faculty look forward to seeing all of you and having an awesome school year!
2021 August Calendar
- Aug 6-8 - Tax Free Weekend
- Aug 16 - In-Person Meet 'n Greet 4:30-6:30
- Aug 18 - First Day of School
Become an Andrews Elementary PTA Member!
Listed below are several of the events that PTA members will have the opportunity to help with as a volunteer:
- Special Snack Helper
- Sort and Distribute Fundraising Items
- Count Fundraising Money
- Provide occasional lunch/recess duty coverage
- Spring Carnival Helper
- Fall Festival
- Field Day
- and much more!
Please consider joining the AES PTA! Click Here for a PTA Membership Application.
School Bell Schedule
- Building Open - 7:00 am
- First Bell - 7:25 am
- School Begins - 7:30 am
- School Dismissal - 2:00 pm
AES welcomes our two New Assistant Principals!
Mrs. Dana Fusco
Mrs. Fusco comes to us from Sumter County School District where she was an Elementary Assistant Principal.
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Mr. Woodrow Nesbit
Mr. Nesbit comes to us from Georgetown Middle School where he was a Social Studies Teacher and coach.
Registration for 2021-2022 School Year is HERE!
If your child is a returning student, you will receive an email explaining the New Online Registration through the Parent Portal.
If your child is a new student to Georgetown County School District, you will need to visit the GCSD Website for information and a link to register your child online.
Click HERE for more information on all registration options for the 2021-2022 school year. You can also call the school office at 843-264-3419.
AES Mission Statement
The mission of Andrews Elementary School, in
partnership with parents and community, is to meet the
social, emotional, physical, and educational needs of all
students, enabling them to become life-long learners and
productive members of society.