ALLENSTOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT
LUNCH MENU: Mozzarella sticks with sauce or pretzel munchable. Both come with carrot and celery sticks and a frozen peach slush cup. Just a reminder that there are no take home meals today because Monday is a B day. We got a chance to see some of the scarecrows...
LUNCH MENU: Mozzarella sticks with sauce or pretzel munchable. Both come with carrot and celery sticks and a frozen peach slush cup. Tomorrow will be a cohort B day. The downstairs staff bathroom is closed for the day today. Please feel free to use the bathroom in the...
Updates for Parents/Guardians/Staff 1. The School Board approved the continuation of the hybrid schedule through 1/1/2021. Attached is is the calendar. Please note that Cohort B will attend two Monday's in a row (11/2 and 11/9). This is to ensure that school day...
Dear Parent/Guardian, Even in a hybrid model, the district has to account for the attendance of students on their remote days and so far we have been attempting to do this only by tracking incomplete assignments. Now that all students have devices and are well aware...
Due to rain moving in for tomorrow, the season-end celebration for the soccer team has been rescheduled to Wednesday, 10/28/20. The kids will have a scrimmage and pizza at the AES field until 4:00. Parents are encouraged to be at the field for awards at 4:00pm.
Last night the Allenstown Eagles lost a hard fought game to Gilmanton 0-3. Midfielders Caiden, Chloe, Danay, Ava and Nathan really stepped up their game and worked hard to support both the offensive and defensive lines. Tonight we play our last game of the season,...
Celebrating the good things in our school district!
Sean Fischer passed the Eagle to Denise Schmidt: The eagle award was presented to Denise because of all of the hard work she has done to keep all staff and students safe during the pandemic. Also for doing a great job of the stressful task of the flu shots. Thank you Denise for all that you have done during these crazy times.
Sarah Battistelli passed the Eagle to Jen Johnson: Jen is always there to answer a question for me and if she doesn’t have the answer she is always able to point me in the right direction to find the answer. She has been one of the most helpful people since I started and I appreciate her support and guidance as I figured everything out!
Tash Ball passed the Eagle to Sarah Battistelli: Early in the school year there was an opportunity to secure food boxes for families. Being brand new and short staffed in the kitchen, I reached out for help coordinating with families and planning the distribution. Sarah stepped up and reached out to families. When the food arrived Sarah dropped everything to call families and distribute food all day. Without her help, it wouldn’t have been possible to provide this opportunity to our district. Thank you Sarah!
Tasha Ball joined the Allenstown School District as the Food Service Director in August. Taking on an entire program right before school opens is challenging, but Tasha was also faced with shifting regulations due to covid-19. No matter what, she is always positive and excited to make the breakfast and lunch programs new and different for the kids and staff. She is a welcome addition to our school community and everyone is enjoying what is coming out of the kitchen.
Mrs. Degrave passed the Golden Eagle to Mr. Fischer:
Mrs. Degrave heard that ARD was in desperate need of a soccer coach and she did not want all the students that wanted to play to not have a season. She stepped outside of her comfort zone, found some resources and supports and decided that she would take on the 2020 ARD soccer coach position. She made many students very happy and gave them an opportunity to be part of a team. Thank you Mrs. Degrave!
Allenstown Elementary School
Phone: (603) 485-9574
Fax: (603) 485-1805
Armand R. Dupont School
Phone: (603) 485-4474
Fax: (603) 485-1806
Our students will:
- collaborate and cooperate to creatively solve problems.
- show respect for themselves, others, and our environment.
- communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- apply advocacy skills to be independent, self-directed learners.
- demonstrate civic resposibility and pride in school and the community.