This spring the Cornucopia Project has been working with AES. The students are getting a demonstration as to how seeds grow into plants. The Cornucopia Project works with students in first and second grade in the spring and fall so they can see how things change in the growing season.
As the number of school days for this year are winding down, Ms. Lescarbeau’s kindergarten class are celebrating each letter in the alphabet as they countdown to the last day of school. Today they are celebrating the letter M by studying and working with Mazes.
AES Kindergarten is counting down the last few days of school. by means of the alphabet. Today was the letter B so it was Blue Bubble Day. They celebrated by learning how different types of soap create different bubbles. Yesterday was the letter A – All About Me Day. We can’t wait to see what’s in store as we wind down the rest of the year.
On Monday morning, April 26, 2021, Antrim Police Chief Scott Lester was invited to AES to receive a handmade gift from staff and students in honor of his retirement at the end of this week. During a short presentation that was on Zoom for the entire school, Principal Syre-Hager honored Chief Lester with an original piece of artwork by Muzart teacher Carole Storro.
Another sure sign of spring are tadpoles. Do you know what they will grow into?
Outside the First Friends area at AES, spring flowers and tricycles are a sure sign of spring!
In Muzart at AES, third and fourth graders are working on W.O.W. creations-wonderful original works.
At AES third graders are working to place fractions on a number line, and find equivalent fractions on a number line. We’re having fun by writing on our desks and using clothesline rope as a number line on the floor! Keeping fractions fun!
Litter-A-C the Clown visited AES to help celebrate that AES students met their goal for reading during Read Across America Week .
Blaze, the AES Eagle, greets students to encourage reading at AES during Read Across America Week!