AES student is combining some fresh air along with his remote learning!
Our 2nd creators of code group is up and running. This has been a successful after school activity for a number of reasons. Student’s accept and partake in some challenging code building activities. They get to see and understand ways to communicate and work with a computer. Our coders are incredible. Their understanding and ability to grasp the concept is a joy to watch.
Right before vacation, AES held an Art Day where students were able to create and express art in their Eagle groups.
In preparation of the AES-PTO’s Ice Fishing Extravaganza on Feb 22nd, a Conservation Officer visited AES to talk about the importance of Ice Safety.
After the recent snowstorm, an AES student discovered the shape of the United States in snow and ice.
The first week in February is Kindness Week at AES. Each day students will focus on how to demonstrate kindness to different parts of their world.
AES students spent time learning about color and experimenting with various color combinations in Muzart!
Kindergarten wrapped up their weather unit by making “Teddy Bear Weather Books” with Jeannie Connolly from Arts Integration. After learning about the different types of clothing needed for different weather, the students created outfits for their teddy bears to wear on sunny, rainy, windy and snowy days.
Kindergarten students at AES demonstrating the GRIT value as they work diligently together on a 200 piece safari puzzle.