Antrim Elementary School
AES 2nd grade has been working with Project Cornucopia last spring and this fall to learn about the cycle of growing food. They are now witnessing the results of their efforts.
Fire Safety Day at AES Antrim Fire Department spent the day at AES teaching the students about the importance of Fire Safety.
Antrim Home & Harvest Parade
Cooperation is the Name of the Game
Home of the Antrim Elementary Eagles
AES Students Love to Read
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On Friday, October 5th, Antrim Elementary 4th graders visited to Sturbridge Village. We had many dedicated family members there as chaperones to share in the historic fun. Some of the popular activities were seeing blacksmiths at work, interviewing the village attorney, and seeing animals at Freeman Farm. It was a beautiful day and students and their families had an awesome time exploring.
On October 15th AES will begin our two week long “Pennies for the PTO” campaign. Ten percent of the funds raised will be donated to the local chapter of End 68 Hours of Hunger with the balance going to the PTO to help fund PTO sponsored programs for our students.
Third graders from Mrs. Hill and Mr. Morris’ classes hiked Pack Monadnock Thursday to participate in the annual Raptor Migration count. Students have been studying several things leading up to this trip including weather instruments to help predict good days for migration, adaptations that allow raptors to thrive in their environment,
Where kids are #1
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.