This is a GREAT website for parents to gain a better understanding of  Read to Achieve Legislation. Please use the link below:


Please use the link below to visit the school report card.

Important Dates 

  • April 14-21st Spring Break
  • Pounce Party to celebrate reading. Please make sure your child brings a change of clothes
  • April 24th Spring Pictures
  • April 25th Kindergarten Registration
  • Monday, May 5th Book and a Biscuit for Kindergarten Families
  • Tuesday, May 6th Book and a Biscuit for First Grade Families
  • Wednesday, May 7th Book and a Biscuit Second Grade Families 
  • May 12th-16th Last Book Fair

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Please remember: The school day begins promptly at 7:30 AM. Any student not in the classroom at this time is considered tardy. You will need to accompany your child into the office for a tardy slip. The school day ends at 2:30 PM.  Any child not picked up by 2:45 PM will be taken to the after school program in the gym. Parents will be charged a fee for this service.
Another reminder:  If your child is a car rider and you arrive earlier than the buses, it is important that you park in the left lane of the parking lot. If you are parked in the right lane, you will be asked to move to the end of the line so that the buses can be loaded.


Congratulations to our

Teacher of the Year Mary Wannall and Teacher Assistant of the Year Lashon Holley


Moore County Schools' Mission Statement: Our mission is to provide engaging experiences that result in students learning what is needed to be successful citizens.
Aberdeen Primary School Mission Statement: The mission of Aberdeen Primary School is to create and maintain a positive learning environment which a child centered, inspirational and nurtures life long learners.

Moore County Schools is committed to equal opportunity in education and employment and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, ethnic origin, or handicapping condition.  (Title VI, Civil Rights Act of 1964).


Moore County Schools está comprometido a las oportunidades de igualdad en educación y no discrimina en base a sexo, raza, religión, origen o condición de incapacidad. (Título VI de la Politica de los Derechos Civíles de 1964.)