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!
Students in PE class at AES are learning how to climb ropes. While doing this, they get a eagle’s eye view of their class.
To brighten up their classroom at AES, Jay Hale’s preschool class created cardinals to display in their class. They cut, painted and then wrapped them in yarn to help keep them warm!
After a beautiful snowfall, a student created a Snow Person for the AES playground for all to enjoy!
The snow was just right after last night’s storm to create this wall of snowballs during recess!
Two students visit while they are working on a project during recess time.
Each morning as part of our COVID-19 protocol, Mr. Stultz greets our students on the bus while he asks them health questions and checks their temperature before the students come into school.