After closing for the summer and reorganizing, the Augusta Schools Fitness Center will reopen to the public beginning on October 03.
Check out information on the Class of 2017's Hobo Days fundraiser.
Check out the September edition of Augusta Independent's school newspaper!
Augusta Independent School has impletemented a new behavior plan for students in grades 5-8.
The regularly scheduled October Board of Education meeting has been rescheduled for Oct. 20.
The book fair is returning to AIS!
Augusta Independent Schools will host Grandparents and Grandfriends luncheons for Preschool - 5th grade. Please see attached flyer for dates and times.
Parents, Grandparents, Family Members, Community Members, Local Business Representatives, and Retired Persons are all encouraged to volunteer!
Fall Pictures will be held at Augusta Independent on Tuesday, August 16.
Review the 2016-2017 school calendar.
Augusta Independent Schools must publish a FERPA notice annually for our stakeholders.
With the month of August here, that can only mean the beginning of a new school year is just around the corner.
AUGUSTA – Organized in 2013, but only recently acquiring a 501c3 non-profit agency status, the Augusta Independent Educational Foundation Incorporated is moving forward with plans to help maintain a variety of opportunities for Augusta Independent School students.
Augusta Independent will once again offer sports physicals for its student-athletes.
Augusta Independent has a very unique opportunity to have a couple of foreign exchange students for the 2016-2017 school year.
It’s almost time for our Annual Augusta High School Alumni and Friends Banquet and Meeting! Please join us on Saturday, September 3, 2016 at 5:00 p.m.
Primary Plus will offer sports physicals July 07 from 1:00 to 4:00pm for $15.
Effective July 01, 2016, the fitness center will be closing until further notice due to budgetary reasons.
Each year, Augusta Independent applies for technology grants through the R. C. Durr Foundation.
The Augusta Athletic Department will once again offering basketball camps for K-5 boys and K-8 girls on July 11-13.
Check out the May edition of The Panther Pause.
Spring Sports Awards will be Monday, May 16, at 6:00pm.
Current middle school students have the opportunity to attend Career Craze June 07-09.
AIS recently hosted its first annual vocabulary parade.
Augusta Independent Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program.
The Augusta Independent High School Prom will be held in the Augusta Independent Gymnasium on May 7th from 8 p.m. to Midnight.
Due to inclement weather days, the Board has amended the current year's school calendar.
Preschool screenings have been scheduled for Augusta Independent.
Congratulations to our 2015-2016 Science Fair winners!
Augusta Independent will be on Spring Break April 11-15.
Due to Spring Break, the April Board of Education Meeting has been rescheduled.
Panther celebration scheduled for April 22.
The Little League Basketball program will begin March 24.
Read the March edition of The Panther Pause.
Augusta Independent School District will accept sealed bids on 3 surplus buses from March 21, 2016 to April 22, 2016.
Operation Preparation is a joint effort of the Kentucky Department of Education and the Department of Workforce Development and provides a powerful opportunity for schools, students, parents and communities to collaborate in the process of effective advising and focus attention on the importance of planning for college and/or career.
The Augusta Panthers set out this season to win their third 39th district title in four years. In order to make that happen, they needed to get past St. Patrick for the fourth time this year, and Mason County for the second time this season.
Spring Pictures will be held at Augusta Independent on Tuesday, March 08. Two sets of pictures will be taken.
February 29-March 4
Please see attached for a copy of the 2016 - 2017 school calendar.
Augusta Independent will participate in Cap Day on March 04 to support kids with cancer.
Homecoming Royalty was crowned at Augusta High School on February 05.
Please particpate in the FRYSC Public Policy Survey by February 10.
Augusta Independent School students sixth through eighth grade competed against one another to represent their school at the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
AIS Homecoming festivities will be on February 5th. Homecoming will take place during the basketball game against West Carter scheduled to begin at 6:00pm.
Read the January edition of The Panther Pause.
If becoming healthier, more active, or better physically fit is a goal for you, consider purchasing a membership at Augusta Independent’s Fitness Center.
Augusta Independent will hold a Family Literacy Night on March 01 for students and families in grades Pre-school - 5th grade.
Comprehend Inc. is initiating Youth Mental Health First Aid in the Buffalo Trace region, officials said recently.
AHS will hold its annual Orange and Black Night November 13.
On Tuesday, November 17th at 6:00 PM in the library, Augusta Independent will be hosting a Senior Parent Night to discuss FAFSA and other Financial Aid Opportunities for senior students.
The Augusta Athletic Department will host a Veteran's Day basketball game on Wednesday, November 11, at 7:00pm.
Augusta Independent School strives each year to raise the bar of achievement for our students. Each year, our students’ rise to the challenge and reach that bar or even surpass it.
Red Ribbon Week at AIS will be from October 26th - 30th. Please see attached for activities.
The Board of Education Office will have limited hours during the week of Fall Break.
The Augusta Independent Schools will be hosting the annual Veterans Day Program on Wednesday, November 11th, beginning at 1:00 p.m. in the school gymnasium.
The Augusta Independent/Bracken County Community Education Program is currently seeking photographs and a brief biography from any and all service men or women in Bracken County.
The annual Augusta Band and Choir Christmas Concert is scheduled for Thursday, December 17.
In an effort to recognize/spotlight the seniors of different teams and clubs, Augusta High School has designated senior nights for the various groups.
Augusta Independent School has revised its mission and vision statements.
The November edition of the Panther Pause is now available.
Kaitlynn Gilbert and Stephen Cordle, both freshmen at Augusta High School, were among 12 students from eastern Kentucky who participated in Rotary District 6740’s inaugural Rotary Youth Leadership Academy (RYLA) at Camp McKee on Sept. 24-27. The two students were sponsored by the Augusta Rotary Club.