Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year

Summer Blast Fun!

Ashland Elementary School Students Enjoy Summer Blast Program

Fifteen Ashland Elementary School students in grades 1-5 have spent the past four weeks participating in learning activities that integrate math, literacy and science during Ashland’s Summer Blast program.  Weekly themes have included Fairy Tales and Adventures, Outer Space, STEAM projects and Summer Fun.

The students worked together to build a Fairy Tale Village, to create and paint a model of the Solar System and to solve Boston Museum of Science engineering challenges involving towers, parachutes and solar ovens.  Their days also included a shelter building challenge, daily thought questions, summer journal writing, along with Lego and Play Doh challenges.     

Student Registration Process

Welcome to Ashland Elementary School! 
We are looking forward to meeting you and your student(s).

Any student registering for Kindergarten must be 5 years old, on or before September 30th.

Please click here to begin the registration process.

All new students registrations will require digital uploads of the following documents:

 1. Your child’s birth certificate
 2. Your child’s most recent physical
 3. Your child’s immunization record
 4. Your proof of residence in Ashland, NH. 
     (A copy of lease or any utility bill that has been sent to the physical
      address is acceptable. Mail sent to a PO Box is not acceptable.)
 5. Your Driver’s License(s)
 6. A recent photo of your student (Kindergarten students only)

Below you will find instructions for scanning and uploading documents:

Scanning using an I-Phone/I-Pad            Scanning using an Android Device

If you need any assistance with the process, please feel free to call the school at 603-968-7622
or email your questions to help@aesk8.org.  

During summer hours we will return your call and/or email as soon as possible.

Congratulations Class of 2020

Graduation ceremonies across the state certainly look different this year.  Ashland Elementary School celebrated its graduates in a very personal way.  Students and their families participated in individual graduation ceremonies, which included marching into the gym to “Pomp and Circumstance”, presentation of diplomas and traditional moving of their graduation cap tassel.  Students shared their prepared comments and awards were presented during their allotted graduation time. The entire event was recorded and compiled into a virtual graduation ceremony video.  The video was shared with the graduates and their families on a large screen on the AES field. 

Congratulations Graduates

Congratulations to the Ashland Elementary School class of 2020!

We hope you enjoy watching the video that was created to celebrate your graduation!  

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.

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