Just a reminder that per Ashland ordinance, all pets must be keep on a leash and owners are
responsible for cleaning up after them.
Thank you for doing your part in keeping our school grounds clean and safe.
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NEW INFORMATION ABOUT OUR STUDENTS AND SCHOOL!
The first trimester included many wonderful experiences for our students. Enjoy the following highlight videos.
On Monday, January 30, at 6:00 pm, Plymouth Regional High School will host a Move-Up Night for incoming 9th-grade students and their families. The primary purpose of this meeting is to welcome our new freshman class and provide parents/guardians and 8th grade students with the opportunity to meet the high school administration and counselor and to go over the PRHS 9th Grade Program of Studies. Current 8th grade students will be working with the Program of Studies to select their courses for fall 2017
After a year of grant writing and fundraising, the AES Student Council is proud to show a picture of the new playground equipment. We expect to construct the new equipment in the spring. Watch for upcoming plans for Phase Two planning!
AES Kindergarten students will be extra warm at recess this year, thanks to the kindness and knitting skills of local volunteers. The hat and mitten donation program, which is coordinated by the staff from the Meredith Village Savings Bank, has provided brand new hats and mittens to all of our Kindergarten students. Additional items have also been donated to the Nurse's office for other students to use.
Ashland Elementary School students in Mrs. Spears’ homeroom, Literacy and Math groups have been learning about the history of the Pilgrims, Native Americans and the first Thanksgiving in their classes. As a celebration, Mrs. Spears’ student’s baked corn bread, made cranberry sauce from fresh cranberries and created butter from cream. The students had a feast by sharing the food they had cooked. A wonderful time was had by all!
NJHS Members John Ulricson, Justin Collins, Trent Sargent and Eden Fuller proudly
show the results of their Socktober Drive.
As part of their ongoing commitment to community service, members of the AES National Junior Honor Society encouraged
During the annual Halloween Parade, Ashland Elementary students, staff and parents enjoyed an afternoon of trick or treating and spooky fun. As the parade lined up at the elementary school, the air was filled with joy and laughter as students and staff alike showed off their costumes. Community members and local business owners also joined the festivities by also wearing a wonderful selection of costumes.
Thanks to the following participating businesses, students collected lots of Halloween treats:
Ashland Elementary School K-5 students kicked off their Fisher Cats Reading Challenge with a visit from Slider, one of the NH Fisher Cats mascots. The Fisher Cats Reading Challenge, presented by Velcro Companies, challenges students to read five (5) books outside of the normal curriculum during the school year. The students who complete the challenge will earn two (2) tickets to a 2017 New Hampshire Fisher Cats game at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium at a special "Reading Challenge" celebration, presented by Velcro Companies.
Thanks to the generosity of many Ashland Dollar General shoppers, students at Ashland Elementary School received some wonderful new school materials. Store manager, Christina Kostelak, set up a donation area and encouraged shoppers to purchase extra items that would be donated to the elementary school. The donated items included pencils, glue sticks, colored pencils, composition books, pencil sharpeners, planners, pencil cases and spiral notebooks. AES students Sydney and Jacob Kostelak happily display the new supplies.