Welcome to the 2020-2021 School Year

Upcoming Events

Daily Announcements

 

Click Below For Daily Announcements


Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Click here for information about the 2021 Winter Recreation Program

 

CLICK HERE TO RECORD YOUR STUDENT'S DAILY BUILDING ENTRY SCREENING INFORMATION

Click here to read "A Parent's Guide: When to stay home, get tested and return"--a helpful flowchart for families

Click here to access ALMA to review your student's Learning Summaries

 

Click here for the 2020-2021 Bus Route Schedule  UPDATED DECEMBER 14, 2021

Please note that we will have two bus runs this year due to COVID-19 Guidelines
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 2nd 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. 


AES COVID-19 Dashboard

Ashland Elementary School Covid-19 Dashboard

Reporting procedures for positive COVID-19 results, travel outside of New England and/or close contact with a person who has tested postive for COVID-19.

January 19, 2021 Information Letter from Superintendent Mary Moriarty

December 31, 2020 Update on COVID-19 cases at AES from Superintendent Mary Moriarty

December 21, 2020 Update on COVID-19 cases at AES from Superintendent Mary Moriarty

November 28, 2020 Update on COVID-19 cases at AES from Superintendent Mary Moriarty

Confirmed Active Cases of COVID-19 in the Building                               

Cummulative Cases of  Covid-19 in the Building                           

Link to Active Cases by Town/County                                        

 

Link to Cumulative by Town/County

                                                                                                                                                  

New Hampshire Depart of Health and Human Services COVID-19 Schools Dashboard

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Notes:
Confirmed means the Department of Health and Human Services has verified the results as a positive for COVID-19. 
A range of 1 – 4 will be used to for results 4 or less in order to be sensitive to how a small number impacts privacy. Information is only reported for individuals who are physically in person.

Additional Resources:

Ashland Elementary School Virtual Open House

We hope you enjoy our Virtual Open House!


Free Breakfast and Lunch For All Students Extended Until June, 2021

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently announced their free meal programs will continue until June 30, 2021.   This means that all students, regardless of their family eligibility for the Free and Reduced Meal Program, will now get their breakfast and lunch meals at not cost.

Although these free meals do not require you to be eligible for the Free and Reduced Meal Program, if you think your family would quality, please complete and submit the Household Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals.  You may also want to read the Frequently Asked Questions for additional information.  Your participation will help us to increase our eligibility for grant funding.

What's New With Box Tops?

NEW PROGRAM FAQS

Are Box Tops clips going away?

Eventually, yes, the Box Tops program will become digital-only.  Over the summer you’ll see some participating brands begin to change their packaging from a physical Box Tops clip to the new Box Tops icon.

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.     

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