To encourage students to respect themselves, each other and their surroundings, AES conducted a two week Respect Rollout. When demonstrating respect students were given a sheet of paper to create a “snowball”. The snowballs were gathered and a Snowman was created.  Respect is one of the 5 core values of Antrim Elementary School.

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As part of our Arts Integration Program, Jeannie Connolly hosted a walking tour of downtown Antrim with our 3rd grade students.Did you know there were 12 schools in Antrim, Edmund’s was once a blacksmith and a butcher, and the name of our library can never change?

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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.

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 February 23, 2018 was Art Day at AES.  What a special day and we greatly appreciate all of the volunteers that came to share it with us.  Whether it was creating sea creatures for our Children in the Arts Day mural, making colors disappear by creating spinning tops, learning team work by building a castle,

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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,

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