Antrim Elementary School

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Every March, all voters in the district are provided with the opportunity to vote on the budget for the following school year.

In addition, there are some items that frequently appear and require voter approval, including acceptance of the auditor reports, appropriation of funds for the various district trust funds, and School Board member salaries.

Antrim elementary students and staff spent the week leaping, jumping, stomping and dancing through the Wonders of the World with the New Hampshire Dance Institute. Our Antrim Elementary Eagles will soar this Friday night with a WONDER-FILLED performance for family and friends.  We hope you can all make it.

This week nutritionist Tiffany Calcutt visited A.E.S to share nutritional snack ideas! Students and parents participated in a series of fun hands-on activities to learn about healthy eating. Making yogurt parfaits and celery race cars filled with chocolate hummus was a huge hit! Tiffany also shared information about how healthy eating effects our daily life including mood,

This week at AES has been filled with much kindness. The students were encouraged to practice random acts of kindness and to notice when others did. The students earned paper gumballs for their kindness acts which were displayed on a huge gumball machine. The week ended with an assembly in which community members were invited and celebrated for their support of AES.

Upcoming Events

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April Monday
Spring Vacation
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April Thursday
Cornucopia – 1st Grade
10:15 am
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May Thursday
2nd Grade to Monadnock Center for History and Culture
8:30 am
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May Thursday
Cornucopia – 1st Grade
10:15 am
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May Tuesday
PTO Meeting 7PM
7:00 pm
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May Thursday
Cornucopia – 1st Grade
10:15 am

April News

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April 2018 newsletter

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April 2018 Title 1 newsletter

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A.E.S. Can Drive 

Our school is having its 6th Annual food drive!

April 9-20, 2018

The proceeds of non-perishable food items will benefit the Antrim/Bennington Food Pantry.

Our AES PTO has again agreed to match each item donated AND every eagle earned during the food drive with a 25-cent donation to the SMS Food Pantry. This will further stretch our support in the ConVal district community. There are also more great prizes this year. The more we collect the more we all benefit.

 

April is canned fruit month. Other most needed items include: canned beans, soup, nuts, chicken and tuna, peanut butter, Mac n Cheese, rice, pasta, and noodle mixes.

No glass please.

Thank you! Your donations are greatly appreciated and help many!

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A.E.S. Talks Nutrition with Tiffany Calcutt

This week nutritionist Tiffany Calcutt visited AES to share nutritional snack ideas! Students and parents participated in a series of fun hands-on activities to learn about healthy eating. Making yogurt parfaits and celery race cars filled with chocolate hummus was a huge hit! Tiffany also shared information about how healthy eating effects our daily life including mood, sleep, and school performance.

This program was sponsored by our schoolwide Title I program. If you would like a copy of the yummy recipes provided by Tiffany or a copy of Chop Chop food magazine, please contact Mrs. B or Mrs. Wilmot to get one!

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