Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year

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Announcements for Tuesday February 18, 2020




Click here for 2019-2020 Bus Route Schedule


Please arrive ten minutes prior to scheduled stop as times can vary.

Just a reminder that per Ashland ordinance, all pets must be kept 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.

Starting Monday November 4th until April 1st, all students are required to carry a dry  non-marking pair of sneakers with them on days when have either a PE or FLEX class in the gym. 

Winter Carnival Activities 2020

From Monday, February 17 through Friday February 21 Student Council 

will be sponsoring a variety of Winter Carnival activities for students in grades 6 – 8. 

The week will also include theme days and all students in grades K-8 are encouraged to participate.  

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.

Order Your 2019-2020 Yearbook


  It is time to order your 2019-2020 Yearbook!  A wonderful keepsake to help you and your child rmember their elementary and junior high years, The Warrior is a full color yearbook production that encapsulated our school year in pictures and words.

The cost per yearbook is $11 and the ordering deadline is April 20, 2020.

Click here to download the order form

I Love To Read and Write Week


February 10 - February 14 is I Love To Read and Write Week At Ashland Elementary School

 Staff and students will be particpating in a variety of events that promote reading and writing throughout the week.

Here are some of the events you can look forward to:       

The Ashland Historical Society and Friends Carolers Visit Ashland Elementary School

Ashland Elementary School students and staff enjoyed a holiday sing along with the members of the Ashland Historical Society and Friends Carolers.  The Carolers, who arrived in traditional costumes, shared a bit of the history of Christmas caroling and then invited everyone in the room to join them in some traditional Christmas songs.

Pictured above are Kendall Hughes, John & Sue Harville, Becky and Leah Hartley, Bob Baker, Jane Sawyer
and Winnifred Boynton.  Leah Hartley is a student at AES.

Ashland Elementary School Students Enjoy Making Wreathes With Members of the Ashland Garden Club

Pictured above:  Ashland Garden Club Members Sherry Norman, Lynne Hanson and Shirley Donovan with retired AES staff members Betty Belyea and Ellen Young work with students from Team Respect to make holiday wreaths for local businesses.

AES Kindergarten Students Receive New Hats and Mittens

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 Sponsors Food Drive

Ashland Elementary School Student Council

Sponsors Successful Food Drive

According to nokidhungry.org more than 11 million children in the United States live in "food insecure" homes. That phrase may sound mild, but it means that those households don't have enough food for every family member to lead a healthy life.  This is an issue that needs to be solved, and Ashland Elementary School is trying to do something about it. In November, they held a food drive to assist the hungry families of Ashland. AES Student Council members organized the food drive. With their work on posters, contests, and others forms of advertising, they collected a total of over two hundred food items.

Wicwas Lake Grange #292 Donates Dictionaries to AES Students


Pictured above Cookie Boulanger, Dianne LaFavre, Paul LaFavre, Claire Lebel and Jeanne Lowery
pose with the students and their new dictionaries.

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