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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.
4th grade students in the Conval school district experienced music from across American history with folk musician, Jeff Warner on Friday, February 16th.
Students learned about a variety of instruments, including the guitar, banjo, and Limberjack. They sang and listened to songs such as Buffalo Gals and Roll Alabama. Below are clips and information from the performance for students from Bennington,
Antrim Elementary school was singing, jiving, and full of giggles last Thursday night when Steve Blunt and Marty Kelley performed an interactive fun show for both young and old. Steve sang some crowd pleasers involving the students and families with sign language, instruments, and silly vocals. Marty read aloud four of his books Winter Woes,
First-graders have been working with counting in many different activities this month. We’ve been learning how to understanding teen numbers as a ten and more ones by building models with unifix cubes.
Another fun counting activity was part of learning about penguins and their adaptations to life in the cold.
AES Spirit Week
Thank you all for who participated in Spirit Week and Winter Fest!
3rd Annual Kindness Week
One of the things that makes Antrim Elementary School special is that we have four core values that are at the heart of everything we do. If you’ve ever been to one of our weekly assemblies, you’ve seen students recognized and celebrated for demonstrating one of our values of Kindness, Respect, Cooperation and Honesty and you’ve heard the school singing songs to remind ourselves that these are the values we’re all striving to embody.
The week of March 9th – 16th, our school will be highlighting one of these values and will be participating in Kindness Week (our own version of the nationwide Great Kindness Challenge). This will be our third year celebrating Kindness week and students and staff will participate in activities ranging from reading stories about kindness and creating bookmarks with kind messages, decorating classroom doors with a kindness theme and performing kind acts both in the school community and beyond. This will be an engaging and exciting week where we all take time to remember that no act of kindness is too small.
2018 Outstanding Educator Award nominations needed.
Do you know an outstanding educator in the Conval School District who should be recognized for their work? Here’s your chance to nominate a teacher or staff member in the district who has made a big impact on your child(ren).
Click here for more information on how to submit your nomination.