Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year

Got Lunch Application Forms

Again, this year, Got Lunch - Ashland and Holderness intends to provide for healthy lunch foods during the months of July and August until school resumes. However, due to the impact of the COVID-19, there are questions regarding what the state and federal agencies will be providing and how Got Lunch can fit into their plans. In addition, the Got Lunch team is looking into providing Bob's Shurfine vouchers for the fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy, protein, and bread products instead of packing bags each week for the safety of our team members.

Any family who is interested in participating in the Got Lunch Program MUST complete the attached and return by mail as indicated by June 10, 2020.

Click here to download the Got Lunch request form.


Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration for the 2020-2021 School Year

Do you have a child or know of a child who will be entering Kindergarten in the fall?  
If so, please let us know so that we can send information about Kindergarten Registration.

Please call 968-7622 to request a registration packet
Kindergarten Registration dates have not been determined yet, but we will contact the families
who have provided us with their information once the dates have been set.

Students who are registering for Kindergarten must be five years old on or before September 30th.

2020-2021 School Year Calendar

Please click here to view the 2020-2021 School Year calendar. 

Please be aware that these dates are subject to change based on health and safety guidelines
issued throughout the summer months.

Visit the Individual Team Sites

Each team has created a google site to provide students and families daily updales along with Distance Learning assignments and activities.   These sites are updated daily with new information from the classroom.

Click below to view your child(ren)'s team site.

                     Team Caring                        Team Honesty 


                     Team Integrity                      Team Respect     


                      Middle Team                        Nurse Rubbe's Updates


                          Fun Things To Do With Your Family

Remote Learning Student Videos

Thank you so much to the families who have been sharing photos of your kids hard at work.
Each week we will post a new video hightlighting your remote learning experiences.

 Final Remote Learning Video of the 2019-2020 School Year


AES Students Send Thank You Messages To The Staff    

   Missed our other videos?   Click here to see all of the other videos.

AES Remote Learning Information


In an effort to provide as much Remote Learning support to our families and students
we have created the following resources.  

  • Remote Learning Bags complete with devices, chargers and learning assignments were distributed to families on Monday. March 16, 2020. 
  • (Update on March 30, 2020) Due to the extension of remote learning, we are in the process of distributing additional assignments for Team Caring and Team Honesty.  Watch for these packets to arrive in the mail this week.  Team Integrity and Team Respect, along with Middle Team students, should be checking their Team Sites and Google Classrooms for updates.
  • If you have any questions regarding your students' materials, please feel free to call the school. 

Although we will be operating on limited office hourse, we do have the ability to check our messages remotely.  Please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.  Our teaching staff are online everyday, so please feel free reach to contact them directly via email.  Click here for a complete email listing.

Additional Supports available to families during this school closure: 

• K-5 Team & Middle Tier Sites provide information, communication, & updates
• Technology Director Lester Brent will provide technology support and assistance during school hours (968-7622)
• Nurse Sue Rubbe will continue to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak and keep up-to-date with related public health information. She is available to answer questions and provide family support during school hours (968-7622)
• Guidance Counselor Carrie Sanborn will provide assistance to help your child(ren) deal with fears or anxiety about this situation. Please call if your family is in need of a particular assistance or support (968-7622)
• Student Support Staff Kent Chapman will reach out to specific families and students, providing assistance as needed.

TIGER Program Comes to Ashland Elementary School

Ashland Elementary School students recently enjoyed an enthusiastic assembly presented by the PSU TIGER program.  TIGER (which stands for Theater Integrating Guidance, Education, and Responsibility) is a powerful and exciting collaboration between the Integrated Arts and Counselor Education graduate programs at Plymouth State University.  The performers urged the students to incorporate kindness, thoughtfulness and inclusion into their daily interactions with others.

Congratulations Warrior Award Winners

Congratulations to Oliver Templar, Zelda Brent and Aaron Desmond who were named Ashland Elementary School Warrior Award recipients at a recent all school morning meeting. These students were selected by their tier teachers because they are a positive force within our community. Their attitude, effort and behavior make them role-models for all of our members. Warrior Award recipients consistently incorporate the AES Core Values of honesty, respect, integrity, caring, loyalty, citizenship, responsibility and fairness into their daily lives.

Congratulations on a Wonderful Winter Concert

Ashland Elementary students, parents, staff and community members enjoyed a wonderful evening of music and fun as the new music teacher, Hailey Kelley, directed her first school concert.  Sharing in a night of firsts, this year’s Kindergarten students enjoyed the spotlight as they performed their musical numbers.

Winter Carnival Fun For All!

The Ashland Elementary School Student Council planned and implemented a variety of Winter Carnival activities for the staff and students.   The theme of this year’s Winter Carnival was “Going To The Movies”. All were encouraged to participate by dressing according to each day’s theme, which included Crazy Movie Related Hair Day, Favorite Movie Character Day and School Spirit Day.

Students in Grades 6 – 8 also participated in a variety of activities including a Trolley Race, Lip Sync Battle, and the much-anticipated Scooter Relay.  Each grade level earned points for events throughout the week.

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