As the school year is winding down, Kindergarten presents to the school at the last Community Meeting of the year. 1st graders drummed people into and out of the meeting.
Sergeant Bob Edwards explains to AES students the meaning on Memorial Day and why it is important to remember those who lost their lives protecting us.
For Decades Day, part of Spirit Week, two AES staff get into the spirit!
To start off our Spirit Week, students dressed as their favorite storybook characters. Pictured above Mario and Luigi visited our playground during recess.
Students were entertained by Simon Brooks at AES. AES was able to host Mr. Brooks through a CLIF grant and the Tuttle Library of Antrim. Each student was able to select two books to take home.
Ms. Hartshorne’s first graders are working and getting dirty while learning about gardening in the AES garden as part of the Cornucopia Project. In the fall, they will be able to harvest what they have planted.
On Thursday, Principal Dr. Syre-Hager of AES and Dr. Katie Page of ConVal School District attended their hooding ceremony as part of their Doctorate of Education degree. Congratulations to both!
As part of the 2nd grade field trip to Montshire Museum, students were able to get a hands on look/participation at the exhibits.
To complete the required safety drills for the year, AES walked down to the Antrim Baptist Church as this is one of our designated off-site locations. Antrim’s Emergency Director Marshall Gale and Antrim Police assisted with this drill.
Students, staff, and families gather at AES’s bi-weekly Community Meeting to hear students present and see what is happening at AES! It is a way of connection for all.