Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year

Plymouth Walmart Donates School Supplies to AES

Plymouth Walmart Donates School Supplies to Ashland Elementary School

The staff and students at Ashland Elementary School were the lucky recipients of a large donation of school supplies and student backpacks from the Plymouth Walmart. Store employees Billy Young and Devon McCord arrived at the school with several large boxes of pencils, pens, glue, crayons, colored pencils and scissors along with an assortment of backpacks. AES students Kamrin and Annabelle happily display the new supplies.

2019 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, Grand Marshal Dan Uhlman led the parade.  Dressed in his official Pumpkin King suit, parade stick and horn, he guided the students to the many participating businesses on Main Street.

Pictured above Grand Marshal Dan Uhlman and Principal, Dr. Shannon Bartlett, 
along with members of the Ashland Police Department prepare to get the parade started.)

AES Students Participate in Fire Prevention Week Activities

As a part of Fire Prevention Week, members of the Ashland Fire Department spent the two days at Ashland Elementary School and participated in a variety of activities with the students. 

On the first day, students in grades K – 5 enjoyed classroom visits by members of the Ashland Fire Department where they learned about the gear a firefighter wears, what to do if you are in a fire and how they can educate their families on fire prevention and safety plans. Students also got a first-hand look inside the fire trucks and ambulances.

Students in Mr. Jones’ and Mrs. Lindberg’s classroom were given a prompt about a fire safety topic and were instructed to create a unique rap presentation on that topic.  Students presented to their classmates and the top performers were invited to perform for the member of the fire department.


The Plastic Police

Last spring, during Project Week, Ashland Elementary Middle Tier students were challenged to explore real world issues and to gain new life experiences.  The students designed endeavors that demonstrated how teenagers can make a difference in the lives of others.  One group, The Plastic Police, have opted to continue their mission to reduce single use plastic and to bring awareness of the problem to their peers.


What's New With Box Tops?


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.

AES students support Socktober

AES National Junior Honor Society and Student Council Members Coordinate Socktober Event

Congratulations to the Class of 2019

After a welcome message from student Natalie Boyer, several speakers provided encouraging remarks and solid advice for the soon to be high school students. Superintendent Mary Moriarty opened her comments with a reminder to the students that Ashland will always be their true home and urged them to draw strength and comfort from this idyllic community.  She also encouraged the students to make their experience in high school as rich as possible by challenging themselves with new learning and experiences. 

Congratulations to our Spring 2019 Warrior Award Winners

Congratulations to Leah Hartley, Katie Hancock and Jennah Drumm 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.

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