ALLENSTOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT
LUNCH MENU: Pulled pork on a whole grain bun or a soft pretzel munchable with nacho cheese dip, sweet potato fries and and apple Monday will be a cohort A day. Today is NOT the last day of PACK week. We will continue next week. Today is the color is Green. What...
AES will have school for tomorrow, Friday 9/25/20 for Cohort B.
Good morning. Today is a Cohort B day. Breakfast and lunch for today and breakfast and lunch for tomorrow will be available for curbside pick up at ARD by the gym doors between 12:30 and 1:30. This is only for Cohort B families today.
After a very close game and a valiant effort from all members of the team, the Eagles lost to Chichester last night 6 to 5. Our Offense was led by Taylor B and Jenna G with two goals each and Jameson R with one goal. There is no soccer practice on Friday. Student...
Soccer Practice today from 2:40-4:00. Tomorrow (Thursday) is our home opener down at the lower field at AES. Go Eagles!! Student Council permission slips have gone out this week. 7th and 8th grade students who signed up please get one from Mrs. Buckland during lunch...
Today’s soccer game has been cancelled. There will be practice at AES until 4:00. Soccer players will change and meet by the office for Coach DeGrave. Student Council permission slips will be going out this week. 7th and 8th grade students who signed up please get...
We are excited to welcome some new faces to our ASD family!
Welcome! My name is Jen Martel and I am super excited to join the AES team. I am thrilled to begin my 25th year teaching with you. I am a parent with almost 19 years experience. I am fortunate to have 3 great children and a wonderful husband, all who support my work in the classroom. We also have a family dog, Miley. I enjoy spending time on Cape Cod, playing scrabble and being with my family. I am passionate about learning and recently completed my second Masters of Education program. Initially, I graduated from Bridgewater State University with a focus in Early Childhood Education and Special Education. Then, I obtained my first Masters degree from Rivier College in Educational Studies focusing on Parenting Education. Finally, this past October, I completed another degree program in Educational Leadership through Southern New Hampshire University. With great enthusiasm, I join the AES team and hope to meet as many members of the Allenstown community.
My name is Sarah Battistelli and I am the new Family Support and Engagement Counselor. I come to you with two bachelor degrees one in psychology the other in creative writing, a master’s degree in education, and I am currently working towards national certification as a board certified behavior analysis. This is my first job in a school and prior to this I was a case manager at an autism clinic. I provided behavioral therapy to children with autism while also working closely with families and supporting them in various aspects of their daily lives. I have provided parent training as well as in home and community supports for families. I am very much looking forward to being to help serve the families of our community and working with them to help them be as successful as they can.
Hello! My name is Audrey Douzanis and I am the School Counselor at the Allenstown Elementary School. I am a recent graduate from Rivier University and my experiences in my master program have given me a solid foundation to be a successful school counselor. My goal as a school counselor is to assure all students are able to access the tools needed to effectively become the best versions of themselves.
When I am not helping students become the best they can be, I enjoy being at the beach, hiking and exploring new places. My favorite pastime is quality time with family and friends. I am very excited to be a part of the Allenstown community.
Hello, my name is Catie Couture and I am the new Behavior Coach for the Allenstown District. Prior to joining the Allenstown community I was in Manchester at Easter Seals working as a paraprofessional for 3 years and then a Special Education Teacher for 3 years. My hopes this year is to provide a positive environment for students to express, process and learn about their behaviors, both the positive and negative. When I am not at work I tend to be reading a mystery novel, exercising, or spending time with my sassy 6 year old Yorkie! I am eager for the school year to get rolling and I am so happy we are back in the school building!!
Hello! My name is Kaitlyn Hanson, and I am the new art teacher for the Allenstown school district. I am so excited to be a part of the Allenstown school community! In my teaching, I love to encourage play, exploration, and personal growth through art. Art is a powerful way for students to communicate about their experiences, emotions, and self, and I believe it’s important for every student to experience that. Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have questions or comments!
I have been working for William J. White behavioral and consultation services since 2017. I love being able to make a difference in lives of the students I work with. I enjoy the outdoors and spending time with my family.
My name is Tasha Ball and I am the new Director of Nutrition Services for Allenstown School District. I come to you with experience working in K-8 settings. I am committed to providing nutritious and balanced meals for every student.
I am new to the district, but have been working for the SAU for thirteen years now. I live locally and am excited to be working here at ARD as the 7/8 Grade Sp. Ed. Case Manager. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, sports, listening to music, and watching movies. I look forward to meeting and working with all of you.
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.