The Augusta Independent School District is accepting applications for the position of the Board Office Administrative Assistant.
Augusta Indpendent students will be on Spring Break April 9-13, and the Board Office will have limited office hours.
The March edition of The Panther Pause has been released.
The Augusta Athletic Department will sponsor a pancake breakfast the morning of the 3-on-3 basketball tournament on April 14.
Augusta Independent Preschool will have their screenings for the 2018-19 school year on May 18, 21, and 22.
The R.C. Durr Foundation is an invitational-only grant that allows high schools in northern Kentucky to submit proposals.
Grandparents/grand-friends luncheons will be held the week of September 11 at Augusta School.
Augusta Independent Schools would like to welcome you to our 2017-2018 Cradle School Program.
On Monday, August 21st, 2017, America will experience a total solar eclipse. AIS will be taking several precautions in the interest of student safety.
Fall Pictures will be held at Augusta Independent on Friday, August 25.
The Augusta Board of Education office will be closed July 03 and July 04 for the Independence Day holiday.
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The Augusta Independent School District is posting employment opportunities for an instructional aide, a preschool aide, and a cafeteria position.
With the month of August quickly approaching, that can only mean the beginning of a new school year is just around the corner.
Augusta Independent students will be on Fall Break October 09-13.
Red Ribbon Week is scheduled for October 23-27 at Augusta Independent.
Augusta Independent students will be on Thanksgiving Break November 22-24. The Board of Education office will be closed those days as well.
The Augusta Athletic Department would like to invite fall athletes to our annual Fall Sports Awards night.
Mason County High School FCCLA is partnering with teams from the 39th District to show our support for Marshall County.
AIS will celebrate Dr. Seuss Week March 19-23.
With the start of the school year just a couple weeks away, there are some important dates to note for new students and families attending Augusta Independent.
The Augusta Independent School music department will be hosting their fall concert on Monday, November 20th, at 6:30pm.
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.
AIS would like to extend an invitation to our surrounding community and friends to attend our 2017 PTSA Halloween Social
Augusta Independent students will be on Christmas Break December 20-January 02, and the Board of Education office will have special hours.
The Augusta Independent Class of 2018 will be having a chili supper on January 19 to help fund their senior trip.
On Saturday, January 27, 2018, local schools will gather to take part in the 39th District High School Governor’s Cup Competition.
It’s time for our third annual Family Fun Spring Fling night, so make sure to put this on your calendar!
Each year, school districts must publicize the rights under FERPA for Elementary and Secondary Schools.
Augusta Independent is seeking feedback on the 2018-2019 school calendar.
Spring Pictures will be held at Augusta Independent on Monday, March 19, 2018.
Sixteen champions will advance to the Poetry Out Loud state competition March 13 at the Grand Theatre in Frankfort.
K-5th grade supply lists for the 2017-2018 school year are now available.
A former Augusta Independent School employee received the Fred Award given by the Kentucky Association of School Administrators.
The Augusta Athletic Department would like to invite those in grades K-5 who are enrolled at Augusta Independent Schools and St. Augustine School to participate in our annual Elementary Fundamental Basketball League.
Near the end of April, Augusta Independent received some unexpected, but exciting news, about a recent grant application.
Letter to the members of the Augusta Independent Educational Foundation, in preparation for the annual meeting on September 02, 2017.
The Region 5 Class A Cross Country Championship was held on October 28 at Lykins Park in Winchester.
Kentucky will again observe January as School Board Recognition Month and the Augusta Independent School District is joining in the celebration.
A regional job fair for Bracken, Lewis, Mason, Pendleton, and Robertson Counties will e hosted at Maysville Community & Technical College on March 29.
Augusta Independent Preschool will be having their screenings for the 2017-18 school year on May 15th and 19th.
Kathy Blevins was recognized during the May Board of Education meeting on May 11, 2017.
The Maysville Housing Authority has stepped in to pick up the recently canceled summer lunch program at Augusta Independent School.
Check out the latest edition of the Panther Pause!
Effective March 01, all faculty, staff, students, and parents will need to enter and exit the school using the main entrance on the Bracken Street side of the building.
Check out the May edition of The Panther Pause.
Augusta Independent Schools will be hosting Kindergarten Registration for the 2017-2018 school year on Thursday July 27, 2017 at 6:00 pm.
It is the goal of Augusta Independent School to provide each student with a high quality education.
On Saturday, December 9th, the Augusta Independent Robotics Team, made up of 7th and 8th grade students, competed in the Northern Kentucky Regional Qualifying FIRST® LEGO® League Tournament at Turkey Foot Middle School.
At its February meeting, the Board of Education approved the calendar for the 2018-2019 school year.
The Kentucky Association of School Administrators (KASA) named its three finalists for the 2017 Fred Award, one of which included Augusta Independent School's own Kathy Fryman.
Augusta Independent School was very excited on Thursday, September 22, when Tommy and Caroline Jefferson delivered a new recycling trailer.
The Augusta Athletic Department has several special events and senior nights planned with basketball season approaching.
Members of the Augusta cross country team recently undertook a community service project.
Check out the newest edition of our school newspaper, The Panther Pause.
There will be a Quarter Auction on March 10 to benefit the school nurse's office.
A recent amendment to the Kentucky Administrative Regulation on the immunization schedules for attending school added new immunization requirements for the school year, beginning on or after July 1, 2018.
As winter winded down, teachers from Augusta Independent filed for the opportunity to receive a $2,000 classroom level grant from the R.C. Durr Foundation.
On Monday, November 11, during the girl-boy doubleheader against Pendleton County, Augusta Independent recognized volunteer Liz White.
AIS hosted this year's 39th Distict Governor's Cup Comepition, and several Augusta students placed and advanced to the regional competition.
The February edition of the Panther Pause has been published.
A basic rule of life seems to be when people get stuck in hard things, there is pressure on friends, families, and bystanders to keep it quiet or try to handle it on their own.
On Thursday, November 30, as the Augusta Lady Panthers hosted Bellevue, Augusta Independent invited local first responders to the game for a brief ceremony recognizing their service to our community.
Family Resource and Youth Services Centers are removing nonacademic barriers to learning as a means to enhance student academic success.
The Augusta Independent Educational Foundation, Inc. recently donated $7,325 to Augusta Independent School for Chromebooks.
Each year, Kentucky school districts are required to publish a summary of their school report card. The information in this article is a summary of Augusta Independent's 2016-2017 school report card.
Augusta Independent Schools will once again offer the Cradle School program.