Featured image of article: AES 4th grade Steps Back in Time

On Thursday, October 17th the AES 4th graders visited Fort No. 4 in Charlestown, NH. They were transported back in time to the small frontier community on New Hampshire’s westernmost border. A blacksmith and a weaver demonstrated their trades to the students, and they also toured a colonial kitchen and trading post where they learned about food preparation,

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On Friday, August 30th, the Antrim Elementary Eagles gathered for their first assembly of the year.

The students and staff came together with the school mascot to welcome new friends, practice being an Antrim Eagle, and sing together.

What a wonderful way to start the year!

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AES students and families enjoyed seeing former friends and meeting new ones at the AES MEET & GREET on Tuesday, August 27th.

They were able to get a sneak peek at their new classrooms and meet their new teachers. Our new Kindergarten friends were able to try a short school bus ride for practice.

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Welcome Back 2019

Welcome Back AES Families!

Can you believe it is August already? Before you know it, we will be back in full swing for the 2019-2020 academic year.  I wanted to let you know about a few things that were happening over the summer, and a few things to look forward to shortly.

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Featured image of article: Lead Testing Results For ConVal Schools

In the spring of 2016, NH Department of Environmental Services issued recommendations for voluntary testing of lead in drinking water at all schools and daycares. This action was in large part a result of lead toxicity to children from the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

On February 8, 2018, Governor Sununu signed Senate Bill 247 Prevention of Childhood Lead Poisoning.

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