Welcome to the 2017-2018 School Year

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 January 22, 2018

BUS ROUTE CHANGES:

Due to an increased number of students riding the bus, we have redesigned the bus route to make it more efficient and the reduce the overall route time.  The most significant changes have occurred on the afternoon route.  The new routes will go into effect on Monday, September 18, 2017.

Grade 8 Move UP Night

  • 8TH GRADE MOVE UP NIGHT: Monday, January 29th, 5:30, Plymouth Regional High School for 8th-grade students, parent/guardians.  The primary purpose of this meeting is to meet the administration and counselor to review the Program of Studies and to answer any questions you might have.

 

AES Recipient of 2017-2018 Year of the Book Grant

Year of the Book Celebrations Continue At AES

Next CLiF Grant Celebrations: 

February 2, 2018 -- First Friday Book Giveaway--Wish Tree theme

Family Literacy Night -- February 8, 2018, 5:00 pm

The evening will include dinner, a parent seminar, storytelling and a book giveaway.
Watch for more information coming soon.

Student Snowports Opportunities

Ski New Hampshire's 4th & 5th Grade Snowsports Passport is now on sale! Each Ski New Hampshire alpine and cross country ski area member contributes one free lift ticket or trail pass for your fourth or fifth grader to enjoy New Hampshire's scenic ski trails this winter. That's 34 days (or nights) that your child can get outside and explore this season for just $30 upon grade verification. This program is open to 4th and 5th graders from near and far--not just New Hampshire residents!   Order your passport online by following the prompted steps at SkiNH.com.

Celebrate Ashland's Sesquicentennial--150th Celebration

The Ashland, NH Sesquicentennial Committee has been hard at work planning a variety of activities to celebrate Ashland's 150th year as a town.  The events have been scheduled for the week of July 20 - July 29, 2018.Click here to view a complete schedule of events

Click here to read the latest update

The following items are also for sale--all proceeds will be used to defer expenses for the celebration.Click here to download the order form and ordering details

Pictoral Book    Mug          License Plate Ornament  

Photo coming soon

NJHS Sponsors SOCKTOBER Event at AES

As part of their ongoing commitment to community service, members of the AES National Junior Honor Society are encouraging students and staff to participate in Socktober.  According to the Socktober website, every night in the United States, an estimated 600,000 people live on the streets and socks are the least donated item to homeless shelters. Nationally the sponsors’ goal was to have 2 million people prove that even a small act of love, such as donating a pair of socks, can make big difference in the lives of our neighbors who are homeless.

All donated socks will be collected in the office.

Ashland Dollar General Shoppers Donate Items to Ashland Elementary School

Thanks to the generosity of many Ashland Dollar General shoppers, students at Ashland Elementary School received an amazing assortment new school supplies.  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.   Classroom teachers were invited to pick out some donated items to add to their classroom materials.   

AES students Christian Poissant, Sydney Kostelak, Madison Jolin and Karissa Goodwin happily display the donated items.

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