Antrim Elementary School
AES Eagles Rocked the Can Drive
A Wonder-filled Night with NHDI
Pollinator creations with the Harris Center
AES Eagles Celebrate Art Day
Antrim Elementary's Hopes and Dreams
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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.
Did you know…May is Better Hearing and Speech Month?
The speech and language therapy team at Antrim Elementary School is devoted to developing essential communication skills for all students to be successful in and out of school. Because communication happens everywhere, you may see us around! We share a space with the occupational therapy team at AES,
The first grade classes at AES are excited to begin gardening with the Cornucopia Project! Our teachers, Peggy Saunders and Lauren Judd, came in today to help us start learning and growing plants we can eat! The seeds we all planted today will be sprouts when we return from April school break, and we’ll get to taste them!
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.
Lunch Menu Change:
The lunch menu for May 24th has been changed from Pulled Pork to Tacos.
Please plan accordingly.
4th Annual AES Spring Festival
Thursday, May 24th
5:45pm to 7:30pm
Visiting Children’s Author, Richard Sobol,
will be presenting at 6:00pm.
Thursday, May 24th
Does your child have a pile of books, paperback or hardcover books sitting at home that have already been read? Do you wish you had the opportunity to exchange them for more exciting reading materials?
THE BOOK SWAP IS FOR YOU!!!!!
Students may bring “gently used” books at AES Library for donation until Wednesday, May 23rd. Any number up to 15 is acceptable!
On the evening of the Spring Festival, students will be able to find exciting new books displayed for the taking in the hallway of the school right near the library and multipurpose room.
Please donate and then come to swap!!