Welcome to the 2018-2019 School Year

Upcoming Events

Grade 8 Move Up Night

  • 8TH GRADE MOVE UP NIGHT: Monday, January 28th, 5:30, Plymouth Regional High School for 8th-grade students, parents and 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.  Please contact Mrs. Sanborn with any questions.

 

Students Enjoy Wreath Making with Ashland Garden Club

Recently, Ashland Elementary School fourth and fifth grade students spent the afternoon making wreaths with help from the members of the Ashland Garden Club.  Some finished wreaths were gifted to local businesses while others are hanging outside of the school building. Many thanks to the members of the Ashland Garden Club including Sherry Norman, Shirley Donovan, Pat Mazzone, Wilma Garland and Steve Heath who helped to make this event possible.  The greens for the wreaths were generously donated by Ashland Fire Department and Gloria Fields.

The Super Swap Station

Bringing the AES community together with books


Wellness Committee

If you are interested in joining the AES Wellness Committee please email Dr. Bartlett at sbartlett@aesk8.org.  The committee will meet throughout the school year to discuss wellness issues such as good nutrition and physical activity for our school community.

Wicwas Lake Grange #292 Donates Dictionaries to AES Students

WICWAS LAKE GRANGE #292 DONATES DICTIONARIES TO STUDENTS

Above left Mr. & Mrs. Boulanger along with Mr. & Mrs. LaFavre describe the Grange to the students.  Above right, students Madison Trombley, Kaili Sack-Boynton and Lucy Montague enjoy looking through their new dictionaries.

Ashland Elementary School Sponsors Food Drive


Ashland Elementary School Student Council

Sponsors Successful Food Drive

According to WhyHunger.org, 11.8 percent of the households in America suffer from food insecurity. That’s approximately 14,893,960 families who struggle to buy food for themselves and their children. This is an issue that needs to be solved, and Ashland Elementary School is trying to do something about it. This month, they held a food drive to assist the hungry families of Ashland. The AES Student Council and their “Community Outreach” committee 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.

Order Your AES Superpower T-Shirt

The AES Student Council hosted a T-Shirt design contest.  Students in all teams were invited to design a T-Shirt to represent the school year theme.  Winning design artists were Aliva Foote and Natalie Boyer.  Funds raised from the T-Shirt sale will be used to build a new basketball court and to purchase a water bottle filler for the school.

Click here to access the order form.

AES Students Once Again Participate in Fisher Cats Reading Challenge

The Fisher Cats Reading Challenge, presented by Velcro Companies, challenges students to read five (5) books outside of the normal curriculum during the school year. The students who complete the challenge will earn two (2) tickets to a 2019 New Hampshire Fisher Cats game at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium at a special "Reading Challenge" celebration, presented by Velcro Companies.   Also, Cash prizes totaling $5,000 will be awarded by the Fisher Cats and the Fisher Cats Foundation to the schools with the highest percentage of students who complete the challenge.  Students should check with their teachers for the Reading Challenge Forms.

2018 Halloween Parade A Great Time For Students, Staff and Community

During the annual Halloween Parade, Ashland Elementary students, staff and parents enjoyed an afternoon of trick or treating and spooky fun.  This year’s school-wide theme centers on a hero’s journey and finding your superpower.   Many of the staff and students dressed as their favorite Super Hero or displayed their superpower as part of their costume.  In the days leading to the parade, each learning team created a banner highlighting their superpowers.  The banners were judged by a panel of staff and the winning team was selected to lead the parade.

Pictured above Brecken Reynolds proudly displays the winning banner.

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