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Kindergarten got ready for St. Patrick’s Day by making rainbows and leprechaun traps. They ripped scraps of paper and glued them to a blank rainbow, matching the colored paper to the color word written in each spot on the rainbow. This project is part of their writing project about what they would do if we found a pot of gold.

Todd Goodwin, Storyteller and Game Leader, taught and led families in games they are able to take home with them.  This program was sponsored and funded by Title 1 Family Engagement.

Storyteller Todd Goodwin shared his storytelling talents with AES students. Pictured above are students listening to his stories.

To celebrate the 100th Day of School, Kindergarten did a STEM challenge using 50 toothpicks and 50 marshmallows. The kindergarten students worked together in pairs to build towers using all 100 items. We found that this challenge took lots of patience, communication, team work and fun!

Upcoming Events

March Monday
First Grade to Harris Center
8:40 am
April Monday
April Monday
New Hampshire Statewide Assessment System Test
April Friday
All School Assembly – 4th grade leading
2:40 pm

The New Hampshire Statewide Assessment System test will be administered to students in Grades 3 & 4 the week of April 4-12, 2019. Each year, students in grades 3 through 8 participate in the New Hampshire Statewide Assessment System (NH SAS).

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Mission Statement

Our vision at Antrim Elementary School is a community inspiring all members to grow academically, socially, and emotionally within a safe, caring and nurturing environment.

In challenging students and staff toward excellence, we support a collaborative and cooperative school striving for enthusiasm and joy in learning.

We are respectful of diversity for individuals and groups, and teach the values of our democratic society. Kindness, respect, honesty, cooperation, and grit are central to our success as a community of learners.