Daily Announcements 1/21/22

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pizza or Chef’s Choice

Cucumbers

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Other Announcements:

The words of the week arerapidandsteep.

The Covid 19 virus can spread in a rapid way.

If you are new to skiing, you may not feel comfortable going down really steep slopes.

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month.  If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th.  Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

-Unfortunately this year we are not able to offer bus transportation from Allenstown due to the bus driver shortage.  Please contact us if you are interested in your child attending so we may see if there is another registered student or family you could connect with to help with transportation needs.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them!  A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day.  Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have.  Feel free to contact Molly Ireland,[email protected]or Brigitte Paquin,[email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Important notes for Parents

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a**winter coat, hat, and gloves.**When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at[email protected].

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

1/25 - New UA Rotation

Daily Announcements 1/20/22

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pork Chili w/Corn Muffin OR Soft Pretzel Munchable

Broccoli

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Lego Club will meet this afternoon in Mrs. Martel’s room.

The words of the week are rapid and steep.

If you run rapidly, you might win the race.

I couldn't buy the toy because the price was too steep.

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- Unfortunately this year we are not able to offer bus transportation from Allenstown due to the bus driver shortage. Please contact us if you are interested in your child attending so we may see if there is another registered student or family you could connect with to help with transportation needs.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

1/20 PTO D'Angelo Restaurant Fundraiser 4 PM-8 PM

Daily Announcements 1/19/22

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken Patty on a Bun OR Egg Salad Sandwich

Corn and Carrots

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

The words of the week are rapid and steep.

Rapid means "fast."

Steep means "very high."

The deer tried to cross the rapid stream.

It is hard to ride your bicycle up a steep hill.

Lego Club will be starting on Thursday, January 20 for grades 1-3. Permission slips can be found in the office and must be turned in BEFORE Thursday.. There is a latte bus for those who need it.

February’s Literacy Event is Winter Stories and Art. The cost is $10. Permission Slips and money must be in by end of day today.

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- Unfortunately this year we are not able to offer bus transportation from Allenstown due to the bus driver shortage. Please contact us if you are interested in your child attending so we may see if there is another registered student or family you could connect with to help with transportation needs.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

1/20 PTO D'Angelo Restaurant Fundraiser 4 PM-8 PM

Daily Announcements 1/18/22

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Turkey Tacos OR Turkey Sandwich

Bean Salad

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

The words of the week are rapid and steep.

Rapid means "fast."

Steep means "very high."

He is a rapid reader.

We went sledding on a steep hill.

Lego Club will be starting on Thursday, January 20 for grades 1-3. Permission slips can be found in the office and must be turned in BEFORE Thursday.. There is a latte bus for those who need it.

February’s Literacy Event is Winter Stories and Art. The cost is $10. Permission Slips and money must be in by January 19. It’s first come, first serve, space is limited.

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- Unfortunately this year we are not able to offer bus transportation from Allenstown due to the bus driver shortage. Please contact us if you are interested in your child attending so we may see if there is another registered student or family you could connect with to help with transportation needs.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

1/18 PTO meeting ARD @ 6:00

1/20 PTO D'Angelo Restaurant Fundraiser 4 PM-8 PM

Daily Announcements 1/13/22

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Meatball Sub OR Turkey Sandwich

Carrots and cucumbers

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

The words of the week are pace and adjust

The pace of the story was slow.

A comfortable mattress adjusts to your body shape.

February’s Literacy Event is Winter Stories and Art. The cost is $10. Permission Slips and money must be in by January 19. It’s first come, first serve, space is limited.

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- Unfortunately this year we are not able to offer bus transportation from Allenstown due to the bus driver shortage. Please contact us if you are interested in your child attending so we may see if there is another registered student or family you could connect with to help with transportation needs.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected]rg.

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

1/14 Popcorn Friday

1/17 No School

1/18 PTO meeting ARD @ 6:00

Daily Announcements 1/12/22

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pancakes w/Sausage OR Ham and Cheese Sandwich

Hashbrown

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

It is very cold out, recess will be inside.

The words of the week are pace and adjust.

We walked at a leisurely pace along the shore.

When you check your work, you can adjust your answers.

February’s Literacy Event is Winter Stories and Art. The cost is $10. Permission Slips and money must be in by January 19. It’s first come, first serve, space is limited.

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- As of now, there is no bus transportation available from Allenstown. We are still working on it and hoping to be able to offer a bus. If one becomes available, it will be an additional fee to be paid later on.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

1/14 Popcorn Friday

1/17 No School

1/18 PTO meeting ARD @ 6:00

Daily Announcements 1/11/22

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Grilled Chicken Burger OR Tuna Sandwich

Lettuce and tomato cup

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

It is very cold out, recess will be inside.

The words of the week are pace and adjust.

The ice was slippery so it slowed our pace.

Mom adjusts the mirror in the car before she drives each day.

Mrs. Berrigan can't wait to read your sentences!

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- As of now, there is no bus transportation available from Allenstown. We are still working on it and hoping to be able to offer a bus. If one becomes available, it will be an additional fee to be paid later on.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

1/14 Popcorn Friday

1/17 No School

1/18 PTO meeting ARD @ 6:00

Daily Announcements 1/10/22

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Mac and Cheese w/Roll OR Bagel Munchable

Crunchy Chickpeas

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

There will be NO Homework Club after school this week.

Allenstown Families! The PTO is planning another staff appreciation for our wonderful ASD team! (staff please do not peek!)...if you are interested in donating, we have included a sign up genius below.

Email [email protected] if you have any questions. Thank you again for your continued support, we are truly grateful for all that you are able to help with! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0545ADAB23A0FF2-staff1

Since we only used the words twice last week, we will repeat them this week.

The words of the week are pace and adjust.

Pace means rate of speed (how fast or slow something is going).

She was nervous and began to pace the room.

Adjust means to move or change something

The straps on your backpack are adjustable.

The winner of December’s Sentence of the Month is Josie Dones and her sentence was I see a garden that has bulk flowers in it. Congratulations, come to the office for your prize.

Thank you to the third graders for all the wonderfuls sentences, keep up the good work.

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- As of now, there is no bus transportation available from Allenstown. We are still working on it and hoping to be able to offer a bus. If one becomes available, it will be an additional fee to be paid later on.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

1/10 School Board meeting AES @6:00

1/17 No School

1/18 PTO meeting ARD @ 6:00

Allenstown Families! The PTO is planning another staff appreciation for our wonderful ASD team! (staff please do not peek!)...if you are interested in donating, we have included a sign up genius below.

Email [email protected] if you have any questions. Thank you again for your continued support, we are truly grateful for all that you are able to help with! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0545ADAB23A0FF2-staff1

Snow Day 1/7/22

There will be no school for Allenstown School District today!!!

Daily Announcements 1/5/22

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Hot Ham and Cheese OR Pizza Munchable

Broccoli and Hummus

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet after school today in the Library.

The words of the week are pace and adjust.

Your grandma might not be able to walk at your pace.

He had to adjust his shoe laces because they were loose.

Please use the words in a sentence and put them in the envelope.

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- As of now, there is no bus transportation available from Allenstown. We are still working on it and hoping to be able to offer a bus. If one becomes available, it will be an additional fee to be paid later on.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

1/10 School Board meeting AES @6:00

1/17 No School

1/18 PTO meeting ARD @ 6:00

Daily Announcements 1/4/22

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Hot dog on a bun OR Sunbutter and Jelly

Fries

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

There is no Homework Club after school today.

Please collect Elf Reading logs and send them to the office.

The words of the week are pace and adjust.

Pace means rate of speed (how fast or slow something is going).

Please pace yourself as you eat your lunch so you don't choke.

Adjust means to move or change something.

Students had to adjust to remote school at home.

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- As of now, there is no bus transportation available from Allenstown. We are still working on it and hoping to be able to offer a bus. If one becomes available, it will be an additional fee to be paid later on.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

No School Today 12/22/21

There will be no school today in the Allenstown School District. It is a traditional weather day with no remote learning. We wish you happy holidays and we will see you on Tuesday, January 4th.

Daily Announcements 12/21/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Beef Stew W/Corn Muffin OR Tuna Sandwich

Broccoli And Cauliflower

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet in the Library after school.

Today is Grinch Day - Wear your ASD Green and try for some Whoville Hair

Tomorrow is Polar Express Day - Wear your PJ's (no slippers).

This week's words are present and charitable.

Present means you are in a place right now. It is also another word for a gift.

If you are not absent, then you are present in school today.

Charitable means assisting those in need or giving to others.

It is charitable to give cookies to your neighbors.

Today is the last day to turn in sentences for the words of the month board. The winner will be drawn tomorrow.

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- As of now, there is no bus transportation available from Allenstown. We are still working on it and hoping to be able to offer a bus. If one becomes available, it will be an additional fee to be paid later on.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Daily Announcements 12/20/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Waffles w/Yogurt OR Muffin w/Yogurt

Roasted chickpeas

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet in the library.

Today is the last day for the Kindergarten donations.

The Elf on the Shelf Book Club reading logs are due back on Wednesday December 22nd.

Today is Reindeer Day - wear antlers, brown or red, and/or a red nose

Tomorrow is Grinch Day - Wear your ASD Green and try for some Whoville Hair

This week's words are present and charitable.

Present means you are in a place right now. It is also another word for a gift.

If you are not absent, then you are present in school today.

Charitable means assisting those in need or giving to others in need.

It is charitable to give cookies to your neighbors

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- As of now, there is no bus transportation available from Allenstown. We are still working on it and hoping to be able to offer a bus. If one becomes available, it will be an additional fee to be paid later on.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Daily Announcements 12/17/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pizza OR Egg Salad Sandwich

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Kindergarten is working on a community service project as they learn about empathy and caring for others. They are collecting items for the Suncook Food Pantry and are looking for donations. Items will be collected until December 20th. There will be a box outside Mrs. Foss’s room for all donations.

The Elf on the Shelf Book Club reading logs are due back on Wednesday December 22nd.

This week's words are shift and bulk.

Dad made a shift in his schedule so he could attend the basketball game.

Add tomatoes, onions, and peppers to bulk up your omelette.

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- As of now, there is no bus transportation available from Allenstown. We are still working on it and hoping to be able to offer a bus. If one becomes available, it will be an additional fee to be paid later on.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Daily Announcements 12/16/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pulled Pork on a Bun OR Pizza Munchable

Hummus and Veggies

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club is canceled for today. (UPDATED)

Kindergarten is working on a community service project as they learn about empathy and caring for others. They are collecting items for the Suncook Food Pantry and are looking for donations. Items will be collected until December 20th. There will be a box outside Mrs. Foss’s room for all donations.

This week's words are shift and bulk.

He nervously shifted from foot to foot.

Farming makes up the bulk of the country's economy.

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- As of now, there is no bus transportation available from Allenstown. We are still working on it and hoping to be able to offer a bus. If one becomes available, it will be an additional fee to be paid later on.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Daily Announcements 12/15/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken Strips w/Roll OR Sunbutter and Jelly Sandwich

Cucumbers

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet in the library after school.

Kindergarten is working on a community service project as they learn about empathy and caring for others. They are collecting items for the Suncook Food Pantry and are looking for donations. Items will be collected until December 20th. There will be a box outside Mrs. Foss’s room for all donations.

This week's words are shift and bulk.

The girl shifted her position slightly so she could see the stage better.

The family spent the bulk of the summer at the beach.

Staff - Raffle Baskets are in the Library and will only be there until the end of the day today, so please take a minute to put your Spirit Bucks in for the basket of your choice.

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- As of now, there is no bus transportation available from Allenstown. We are still working on it and hoping to be able to offer a bus. If one becomes available, it will be an additional fee to be paid later on.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Daily Announcements 12/14/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Mac and Cheese OR Soft Pretzel Munchable

Carrots

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet in the library after school.

Kindergarten is working on a community service project as they learn about empathy and caring for others. They are collecting items for the Suncook Food Pantry and are looking for donations. Items will be collected until December 20th. There will be a box outside Mrs. Foss’s room for all donations.

The words this week are shift and bulk.

Mom needed to shift her car into reverse to back up

Sam’s Club and BJ’s sell items in bulk.

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- As of now, there is no bus transportation available from Allenstown. We are still working on it and hoping to be able to offer a bus. If one becomes available, it will be an additional fee to be paid later on.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Daily Announcements 12/13/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Cheeseburger on a bun OR Turkey Sandwich

Fries

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet in the library after school.

Kindergarten is working on a community service project as they learn about empathy and caring for others. They are collecting items for the Suncook Food Pantry and are looking for donations. Items will be collected until December 20th. There will be a box outside Mrs. Foss’s room for all donations.

The words this week are shift and bulk.

Shift means to move, or a slight change in position. It could also mean a period of time when someone works.

Mrs. Chadbourne works the day shift as our building custodian.

Bulk means the mass of something large

It is cheaper and better for the earth to buy products in bulk rather than singles that get thrown away more often.

Staff - Coffee cart slips are due tomorrow.

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/13 School Board meeting 6:00 @ AES

12/10 PBIS popcorn Friday

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Daily Announcements 12/10/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pizza OR Bagel Munchable

Garden Salad

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Today is Popcorn Friday! The cost is 1 Eagle Buck. Teachers please make sure you take count, there will be no extra popcorn made.

Kindergarten is working on a community service project as they learn about empathy and caring for others. They are collecting items for the Suncook Food Pantry and are looking for donations. Items will be collected until December 20th. There will be a box outside Mrs. Foss’s room for all donations.

This week’s words are classify and repeat.

Try to use these words in a sentence today.

This week we will be highlighting our emergency procedures. It is important to be prepared for all emergency situations as they arise. Today we are going to talk about Reverse Evacuation.

Reverse Evacuation is activated when it is necessary for staff and students to enter the school quickly in order to avoid a dangerous or potentially dangerous situation outside the school.

If directed by school administration Reverse Evacuation immediately.

Walk quickly into the nearest entrance.

Notify the principal/office as soon as possible (if action wasn’t initiated by the office).

Report to a designated meeting area, check for injuries.

Staff will take attendance.

Remain quiet for further instructions

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/13 School Board meeting 6:00 @ AES

12/10 PBIS popcorn Friday

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Daily Announcements 12/9/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken w/Waffles OR Ham and Cheese Sandwich

Cucumbers

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will be meeting in the Library after school today.

Kindergarten is working on a community service project as they learn about empathy and caring for others. They are collecting items for the Suncook Food Pantry and are looking for donations. Donations can include non-perishable food items, toothbrushes/toothpaste, soap, deodorant, and hand sanitizer to name a few. Items will be collected until December 20th. There will be a box outside Mrs. Foss’s room for all donations.

This week’s words are classify and repeat.

I classified this rock that I found

Can you repeat after me?

This week we will be highlighting our emergency procedures. It is important to be prepared for all emergency situations as they arise. Fire/Evacuation

Evacuation is activated when it is necessary for staff and students to exit the school building.

When the school Fire Alarm system activates students and staff should:

Exit the school by the nearest and safest exit (do not pick up coats or belongings).

Gather at the designated meeting area

Staff will take attendance.

Staff will observe the students for signs of heat or cold exposure.

Await further instructions.

In some cases it may be necessary to evacuate a school one room at a time. Two situations where this may be necessary are; an internal hazardous material spill, a hostage situation. Staff and students should;

Evacuate the immediate area of danger.

Staff should notify the office of the situation.

Evacuate adjacent rooms away from the danger area.

In the case that Fire or Police are on site follow their instructions.

Gather at the designated meeting area, staff will take attendance.

Await further instructions

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/13 School Board meeting 6:00 @ AES

12/10 PBIS popcorn Friday

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Ski Program Sign-Ups

Registration for the Pats Peak Learn to Ski and Ride Program is open! An informational notice has gone home with students and another will be sent next month. If you are interested in registering your child for the Ski and Ride Program, here are some things you should know.

- The program runs for 5 weeks on Fridays, beginning February 18th and ending March 25th. Lessons begin at 3:30. There is free ski time following from 4:30-6:30.

- As of now, there is no bus transportation available from Allenstown. We are still working on it and hoping to be able to offer a bus. If one becomes available, it will be an additional fee to be paid later on.

- Currently, there will be chaperones from Allenstown at Pats Peak from 2:45-6:45 each week. You are welcome to drop your student off and pick them back up, stay and watch them, or ski/ride with them! A parent pass is available for an extremely discounted rate of $33 per day. Up to 3 of these can be purchased for any persons accompanying a registered student.

We are happy to help answer any questions you may have. Feel free to contact Molly Ireland, [email protected] or Brigitte Paquin, [email protected].

Don't miss this great opportunity to get your child involved in winter sports!

Questions? Contact: [email protected]

Click Ski Program flyer for more info.

Daily Announcements 12/8/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken Alfredo W/Breadstick OR Tuna sandwich

Tomatoes

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will be meeting in the Library after school today.

Kindergarten is working on a community service project as they learn about empathy and caring for others. They are collecting items for the Suncook Food Pantry and are looking for donations. Donations can include non-perishable food items, toothbrushes/toothpaste, soap, deodorant, and hand sanitizer to name a few. Items will be collected until December 20th. There will be a box outside Mrs. Foss’s room for all donations.

This week’s words are classify and repeat.

The government will classify some important information to keep it a secret.

I didn’t hear you. Can you please repeat that?

This week we will be highlighting our emergency procedures. It is important to be prepared for all emergency situations as they arise. Today we will be talking about Lockdown

Lockdown is activated when it is necessary to protect staff and students from a violent intruder or any other situation that would entail securing staff and students in their classrooms or other areas that are able to be locked

Report to the nearest room or secure area. Evacuate if a secure area cannot be safety reached to an outside rally point

Close and lock doors and windows. Barricade doors and windows if necessary

Cover the door window if necessary

Staff should move students so they cannot be seen

Shut off lights

Remain quiet

If the fire alarm sounds do NOT evacuate students but stay aware of situations

Wait for further instructions

Be prepared to institute other response actions, as necessary

When outdoors staff and students should not reenter the school immediately go to an outside rally point

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/13 School Board meeting 6:00 @ AES

12/10 PBIS popcorn Friday

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Daily Announcements 12/7/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Shepherd’s Pie w/Biscuit OR Chicken and Gravy w/Biscuit

Mashed Potatoes

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will be meeting in the Library after school today.

Kindergarten is working on a community service project as they learn about empathy and caring for others. They are collecting items for the Suncook Food Pantry and are looking for donations. Donations can include non-perishable food items, toothbrushes/toothpaste, soap, deodorant, and hand sanitizer to name a few. Items will be collected until December 20th. There will be a box outside Mrs. Foss’s room for all donations.

This week's words are classify and repeat.

Students may learn the ways scientists classify animals.

A pattern is a series of objects repeated over and over.

Use these words in a sentence today! Don’t forget to put your sentences in the envelope, we will be picking sentences at the end of the month

This week we will be talking about what we do in an emergency. It is important to be ready for emergencies and know what to do. Today we will review Secure Campus: Secure Campus is activated when it is necessary to protect staff and students from a threat from outside the school building.

When indoors, students and staff should:

Stay in your rooms, shut and lock all exterior doors.

Staff should close all windows and curtains (particularly ground level).

Continue normal academic functions unless informed to take another action.

Protect staff/student privacy or a threat from outside.

If needed, add reverse evacuation... All outdoor activities should be cancelled.

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/6 Grades will be published (in the afternoon)

12/13 School Board meeting 6:00 @ AES

12/10 PBIS popcorn Friday

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Daily Announcements 12/2/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pork Chili w/Corn Muffin OR Soft Pretzel Munchable

Tater Tots

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet in the Library after school.

Kindergarten is working on a community service project as they learn about empathy and caring for others. They are collecting items for the Suncook Food Pantry and are looking for donations. Donations can include non-perishable food items, toothbrushes/toothpaste, soap, deodorant, and hand sanitizer to name a few. Items will be collected until December 20th. There will be a box outside Mrs. Foss’s room for all donations.

Today is the last day for the Meals on Wheels gift collection, please bring your donation to the collection box outside the main office before the end of the day.

Reminder to staff...The PTO has set up a Cup of Cheer in the staff room. Please take a moment to grab something.

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday through Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/6 Grades will be published (in the afternoon)

12/13 School Board meeting 6:00 @ AES

12/10 PBIS popcorn Friday

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Daily Announcements 12/1/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken Fajitas OR Turkey Sandwich

Peppers and Onions

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet in the Library after school.

Kindergarten is working on a community service project as they learn about empathy and caring for others. They are collecting items for the Suncook Food Pantry and are looking for donations. Donations can include non-perishable food items, toothbrushes/toothpaste, soap, deodorant, and hand sanitizer to name a few. Items will be collected until December 20th. There will be a box outside Mrs. Foss’s room for all donations.

If you have a gift donation for the Meals on Wheels gift collection, please bring it to the collection box outside the main office. All donations are due by tomorrow.

Now that it is winter, please make sure that your child comes to school with a minimum of a winter coat, hat, and gloves. When snow is on the ground, students will also need snow pants and boots to play in the snow. All students go outside everyday. If you need assistance with any of these items, please contact Pam Miller at [email protected].

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/6 Grades will be published (in the afternoon)

12/13 School Board meeting 6:00 @ AES

12/10 PBIS popcorn Friday

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Daily Announcements 11/30/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pasta with Meat Sauce OR Pizza Munchable

Carrots

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet in the Library after school.

Kindergarten is working on a community service project as they learn about empathy and caring for others. They are collecting items for the Suncook Food Pantry and are looking for donations. Donations can include non-perishable food items, toothbrushes/toothpaste, soap, deodorant, and hand sanitizer to name a few. Items will be collected until December 20. There will be a box outside Mrs. Foss’s room for all donations.

If you have a gift donation for the Meals on Wheels gift collection, please bring it to the collection box outside the main office. All donations are due December 2.

The winning sentence for the Words of the Month is;

I notice that is it sunny today. By Sophia C.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/6 Grades will be published (in the afternoon)

12/13 School Board meeting 6:00 @ AES

12/10 PBIS popcorn Friday

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Daily Announcements 11/29/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Hot Dog on a roll OR Egg Salad Sandwich

Baked Beans

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet in the Library after school.

Today is the last day of the month for our Words of the Month and it is the last day to get your sentences in the envelope, one will be pulled tomorrow. As a review the word of the month are; arrange, notice, describe, include, similar, estimate and gather.

If you have a gift donation for the Meals on Wheels gift collection, please bring it to the collection box outside the main office. All donations are due December 2.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

12/6 Grades will be published (in the afternoon)

12/13 School Board meeting 6:00 @ AES

12/10 PBIS popcorn Friday

12/23- 1/3 Holiday Break

Daily Announcements 11/23/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Grilled Chicken Burger OR Bagel Munchable

Garden Salad and Fries

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

This week’s word is gather.

Make sure you gather all your belongings at the end of the day.

If you have a gift donation for the Meals on Wheels gift collection, please bring it to the collection box outside the main office. All donations are due December 2.

The Economic Development Committee has announced its final event of the year, the Annual Christmas Lighting Contest. You can register your home from Nov. 15 to Nov. 30. Isn't it crazy to see artificial Christmas Trees and decorations in stores this early?

But you are probably planning to set up your decorations before it gets too cold. One or two photos will help residents identify your home when they drive to get a look.

This year, there are going to be trophies and prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

Read and please adhere to the contest details by going to https://allenstown-alt.org/edc-2021-calendar.htm#november and clicking on The Story for November 15.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/22/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Creamy Turkey Pasta OR Tuna Sandwich

Carrots, Celery and Hummus

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will be meeting in the Library after school.

This week’s word is gather.

Gather means to bring together into one group, collection, or place.

We will gather together to eat on Thanksgiving.

If you have a gift donation for the Meals on Wheels gift collection, please bring it to the collection box outside the main office. All donations are due December 2.

The Economic Development Committee has announced its final event of the year, the Annual Christmas Lighting Contest. You can register your home from Nov. 15 to Nov. 30. Isn't it crazy to see artificial Christmas Trees and decorations in stores this early?

But you are probably planning to set up your decorations before it gets too cold. One or two photos will help residents identify your home when they drive to get a look.

This year, there are going to be trophies and prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

Read and please adhere to the contest details by going to https://allenstown-alt.org/edc-2021-calendar.htm#november and clicking on The Story for November 15.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/19/2021

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pizza Or Turkey Sandwich OR Thanksgiving Sandwich

Cucumbers

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Today is the last day to turn in permission slips for the Polar Express Literacy Night. Teachers please collect them and send them.

This week's words are notice and include.

Notice that the leaves have fallen off the trees.

Your lunch should include healthy foods each day.

Remember to practice this new vocabulary every day at school and at home!

If you have a gift donation for the Meals on Wheels gift collection, please bring it to the collection box outside the main office. All donations are due December 2.

The Economic Development Committee has announced its final event of the year, the Annual Christmas Lighting Contest. You can register your home from Nov. 15 to Nov. 30. Isn't it crazy to see artificial Christmas Trees and decorations in stores this early? But you are probably planning to set up your decorations before it gets too cold. One or two photos will help residents identify your home when they drive to get a look. This year, there are going to be trophies and prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Read and please adhere to the contest details by going to https://allenstown-alt.org/edc-2021-calendar.htm#november and clicking on The Story for November 15.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember:

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/18/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Turkey w/Gravy & Stuffing OR Bagel Munchable

Mashed Potatoes

Warm Cinnamon Apples

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet in the Library after school.

Join Mrs.Berrigan and Ms.Bridges for our Polar Express Literacy Night. Tomorrow is the last day to bring permission slips. Space is limited.

Today we are having our annual Thanksgiving lunch.The kitchen staff have been working hard preparing turkey and all the fixings. Mrs. Ball has even made her special family recipe, Orange Vanilla Cranberry sauce to share with the school. Staff no need to sign up, anyone who wishes to have a thanksgiving meal can come to the cafeteria at their meal time"

This week's words are notice and include.

The teacher noticed that the children were walking quietly in the hallway.

It is kind to include your classmates in a game.

Are you able to spread some holiday cheer to local senior citizens this year?

AES is helping the Merrimack County Meals on Wheels program by collecting small gift items to be delivered with meals this holiday season. All donations need to be new items and our collection will end on Thursday, December 2. Some ideas for donations are hats, scarves, gloves, candy, cookies, crossword puzzles, hygiene products, puzzles, and socks, but all donations appropriate for seniors are appreciated! There is a box located outside the main office for all donations.

The Economic Development Committee has announced its final event of the year, the Annual Christmas Lighting Contest. You can register your home from Nov. 15 to Nov. 30. Isn't it crazy to see artificial Christmas Trees and decorations in stores this early? But you are probably planning to set up your decorations before it gets too cold. One or two photos will help residents identify your home when they drive to get a look. This year, there are going to be trophies and prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Read and please adhere to the contest details by going to https://allenstown-alt.org/edc-2021-calendar.htm#november and clicking on The Story for November 15.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/17/2021

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken Patty on a Bun OR Ham Sandwich

Grape Tomatoes

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet in the Library after school.

Join Mrs.Berrigan and Ms.Bridges for our Polar Express Literacy Night. The cost is $10. All permission slips must be turned in by this Friday, November 19. Space is limited. Teachers, if you have any permission slips turned in, please send them to the office.

Don't forget tomorrow we will be having our annual Thanksgiving lunch.The kitchen staff have been working hard preparing turkey and all the fixings. Mrs Ball has even made her special family recipe Orange Vanilla Cranberry sauce to share with the school. Staff no need to sign up, anyone who wishes to have a thanksgiving meal Thursday can come to the cafeteria at their meal time.

This week's words are notice and include.

I have noticed that you can learn better when you follow directions.

Try to include your name on all your papers.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/16/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Ham and Cheese Croissant OR Chicken Salad Sandwich

Backed Beans

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Join Mrs.Berrigan and Ms.Bridges for our Polar Express Literacy Night. The cost is $10. All permission slips must be turned in by this Friday, November 19. Space is limited. Teachers, if you have any permission slips turned in, please send them to the office.

This week's words are notice and include.

Did you notice any clothing in lost and found that may be yours?

Please include money with your permission slip for the Polar Express.

Enter the contest! Write the words in a sentence on a slip of paper.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/15/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken Teriyaki w/Rice OR Pizza Munchable

Broccoli

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework club will meet in the Library after school today.

Today is National Recycle Day. According to National Geographic, Americans send 64 tons of waste to landfills during their lifetime. That's 246 million tons of waste each year.

On no! That is too much trash! Let's make sure we think before we throw anything away.

This week's words are notice and include.

Notice means to observe or pay attention to something.

Have you noticed the recycle symbol on the plastic in your lunch?

Include means to make a part of something.

Please recycle every day, including paper, plastic, and cardboard.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/12/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pizza OR Bagel Munchable

Carrots

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Today is Popcorn Friday. The cost is 1 Eagle Buck. Teachers please take a quick head count and send the number to the office. Thank you.

This week's words are similar and estimate.

Can you find someone in your class with shoes that are similar to yours?

We estimate that our new school will be ready to use in 2 years..

Remember to use these words at school and at home!

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/10/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken Pot Pie w/Biscuit OR Ham and Cheese Sandwich

Broccoli

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

There is NO Homework Club today.

This week's words are similar and estimate.

Use the words in a sentence on a slip of paper. Put it in the envelope to win a prize at the end of the month!

Purple and lilac are similar colors.

Mrs. Berrigan estimates that 70% of our trash is being recycled.

***Reminder there is no school tomorrow in honor of Veteran’s Day.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/11 Veterans Day - No School

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/9/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pasta w/Meat Sauce and Roll OR Tuna Sandwich

Cucumbers

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

This week's words are similar and estimate.

Similar means almost the same.

Turkeys are similar to chickens, but they are different birds.

Estimate means to make a judgement about a calculation.

You can estimate the number of footsteps it takes to get to your classroom.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/11 Veterans Day - No School

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/8/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

French Toast Sticks with Yogurt OR Muffin Muffin Munchable

Baked Beans and Hash Brown

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet in the Library after school.

This week's words are arrange and describe.

Please arrange some time to place your sentence in the envelope.

Be sure to describe the situation with detail.


Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/8 School Board Meeting ARD @ 6:00

11/11 Veterans Day - No School

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/5/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pizza OR Chicken Pasta

Caesar Salad

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

This week's words are arrange and describe.

Please arrange some time to place your sentence in the envelope.

Be sure to describe the situation with detail.

***We have been notified by Dail Transportation that starting next Monday, November 8, there will only be 2 morning buses. This will only be M, T,W. And it effects the following stops:

126 River Road

Dodge Road

Catamount

Students should be out at their stop by 8:00.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Dail Transportation at 603-736-9682.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/8 School Board Meeting ARD @ 6:00

11/11 Veterans Day - No School

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/4/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken BLT Burger OR Egg Salad Sandwich

Fries

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will be meeting after school in the Library.

The words of the month are Arrange and Describe. Take a strip of paper from the recycle bin and reuse it to write a sentence using one of those words. Put your name on it and grade. There is an envelope hanging on the bulletin board for you to put the sentences inside. Mrs. Berrigan will pull one of the names at the end of the month and that person will win a prize!

***We have been notified by Dail Transportation that starting next Monday, November 8, there will only be 2 morning buses. This will only be M, T,W. And it effects the following stops:

126 River Road

Dodge Road

Catamount

Students should be out at their stop by 8:00.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Dail Transportation at 603-736-9682.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/8 School Board Meeting ARD @ 6:00

11/11 Veterans Day - No School

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/3/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken Nuggets With Roll OR Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Carrots and Hummus

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will be meeting after school in the Library.

The words of the month are arrange and describe. Take a strip of paper from the recycle bin and reuse it to write a sentence using one of those words. Put your name on it and grade. There is an envelope hanging on the bulletin board for you to put the sentences inside. Mrs. Berrigan will pull one of the names at the end of the month and that person will win a prize!

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/8 School Board Meeting ARD @ 6:00

11/11 Veterans Day - No School

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/2/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Beef Soft Taco OR Chicken Fajita

Peppers and Onions

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Green Team will be meeting after school in the Library.

We are starting something new this month. On the bulletin board by the main office you will see Words of the Month. This week the words are arrange and describe. Try to use these words throughout the day.

Arrange - Put things in a neat order, Organize or make plans

Describe - Report details about something.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/8 School Board Meeting ARD @ 6:00

11/11 Veterans Day - No School

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 11/1/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Teriyaki Pork Sub OR Turkey Sandwich

Asian Slaw

Choice of Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will be meeting after school in the library.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Important Dates to remember

11/8 School Board Meeting ARD @ 6:00

11/11 Veterans Day - No School

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 10/29/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Monster Mac and Cheese OR Haunted Ham Sandwich

Spooky Spinach Salad

Green Goblin Apples

Choice of Milk

The winner for the PTO staff nomination is Mrs. Ballentine. Congratulations. Your sweet treat is in the office.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

11/8 School Board Meeting ARD @ 6:00

11/11 Veterans Day - No School

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 10/28/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken Patty on a bun OR Turkey Sandwich

Fries

Banana

Choice of Milk

Because it’s Early Release, there will be no Homework Club

Everyone did an awesome job with their scarecrows, please take a minute to look at them all sitting in the foyer. Reminder - Please do not touch the scarecrows. Thank you!

Parent-Teacher Conferences- Please call the school to set up an appointment.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/28 Early release/parent teacher conferences

11/8 School Board Meeting ARD @ 6:00

11/11 Veterans Day - No School

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 10/27/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Sloppy Joe on a bun OR Sunbutter and Jelly Sandwich

Carrots

Applesauce

Choice of Milk

Because it’s Early Release, there will be no Homework Club

PTO Calendar Raffle Fundraisers are due back, if there are any stragglers, please send them to the office now.

Recess will be inside today.

Everyone did an awesome job with their scarecrows, please take a minute to look at them all sitting in the foyer. Please do not touch the scarecrows. Thank you!

Parent-Teacher Conferences- Please call the school to set up an appointment.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/28 Early release/parent teacher conferences

11/8 School Board Meeting ARD @ 6:00

11/11 Veterans Day - No School

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-11/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 10/26/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken Teriyaki w/Rice OR Bagel Munchable

Stir Fry Veggie Medley

Pineapple

Choice of Milk

Green Team will meet in the Art Room after school.

PTO Calendar Raffle Fundraisers are due back today. Teachers, please collect fundraisers and send them to the office.

Recess will be inside today.

Teachers please keep scarecrows in your classroom.

Parent-Teacher Conferences- Please call the school to set up an appointment.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/27 Early release/ parent teacher conferences

10/28 Early release/parent teacher conferences

11/8 School Board Meeting ARD @ 6:00

11/11 Veterans Day - No School

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-1/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 10/25/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken and Waffles OR Muffin and Yogurt Munchable

aked Beans

Peaches

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet in the Library after school.

Recess will be inside today.

Parent-Teacher Conferences- Please call the school to set up an appointment.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/27 Early release/ parent teacher conferences

10/28 Early release/parent teacher conferences

11/8 School Board Meeting ARD @ 6:00

11/11 Veterans Day - No School

11/16 PTO meeting ARD @6:00

11/23 Trimester 1 grades close

11/24-1/26 Thanksgiving break

Daily Announcements 10/21/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pulled Pork on a bun OR Sunbutter and Jelly Sandwich

Baked Beans

Pears

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will be meeting in the Library afterschool.

Tomorrow we will be having our first Popcorn Friday! The cost is One Eagle Buck.

We have newspapers for scarecrows, teachers if you need some, please email Mrs.Berrigan.

Parent-Teacher Conferences- Please call the school to set up an appointment.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/23 - PTO Yard Sale

10/27 early release/ parent teacher conferences

10/28 early release/parent teacher conferences

Daily Announcements 10/19/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Shepherd’s Pie w/Roll OR Turkey Sandwich

Mashed Potatoes

Mixed Fruit

Choice of Milk

Green Team will meet in the Art Room afterschool.

We will be having our first Popcorn Friday this Friday! The cost is One Eagle Buck.

Parent-Teacher Conferences- Please call the school to set up an appointment.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/19 PTO meeting 6:00pm @ AES

10/20 - Stories and Science Literacy Event at AES from 6-7

10/20 - Picture Retake day

10/23 - PTO Yard Sale

10/27 early release/ parent teacher conferences

10/28 early release/parent teacher conferences

Daily Announcements 10/18/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

French Toast Sticks w/Sausage OR Tuna Sandwich

Carrots

Apple Slices

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will meet in the library after school today.

We will be having our first Popcorn Friday this Friday! The cost is one Eagle Buck.

Reminder- Wednesday, October 20 is Picture Retake Day. The flier with the code is attached

Parent-Teacher Conferences- Please call the school to set up an appointment.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/18 School Board 6:00pm @ AES

10/19 PTO meeting 6:00pm @ AES

10/20 - Stories and Science Literacy Event at AES from 6-7

10/20 - Picture Retake day

10/23 - PTO Yard Sale

10/27 early release/ parent teacher conferences

10/28 early release/parent teacher conferences

Daily Announcements 10/15/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pizza Options OR Bagel Munchable

Garden Salad

Apple

Choice of Milk

Thank you to everyone who put in a name for our new Cafeteria Mascot. Our three finalist names are Milky, Moo-Lou and Wow Cow. Classes please vote on which name you would like for our new mascot and the winner will be announced at the end of the day.

Today is Spirit Day Friday! If you are wearing our school colors or any Red Sox Colors, you will get your Spirit Buck!

Parent-Teacher Conferences- Please call the school to set up an appointment.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/18 School Board 6:00pm @ AES

10/19 PTO meeting 6:00pm @ AES

10/20 - Stories and Science Literacy Event at AES from 6-7

10/20 - Picture Retake day

10/23 - PTO Yard Sale

10/27 early release/ parent teacher conferences

10/28 early release/parent teacher conferences

Daily Announcements 10/14/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Cheeseburger on a bun OR Soft Pretzel w/Nacho Cheese

Onion Rings

Mixed Fruit

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will be meeting after school in the Library.

Thank you to everyone who put in a name for our new Cafeteria Mascot. If you have not entered a name, you have until the end of day today to get it to the office. We will be picking a name tomorrow.

Tomorrow is Spirit Day. You will get your Spirit Buck for wearing school colors. We are also celebrating the Red Sox league championship series game 1 win against the Houston Astros, so if you wear any Red Sox colors you will also receive a Spirit Buck.

Parent-Teacher Conferences- Please call the school to set up an appointment.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/14 - PTO Fundraiser at Red Robin in Manchester fro 5-9

10/20 - Stories and Science Literacy Event at AES from 6-7

10/20 - Picture Retake day

10/23 - PTO Yard Sale

Daily Announcements 10/13/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken Pot Pie W/ a Biscuit OR Ham and Cheese Sandwich

Mashed Potatoes

Banana

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will be meeting after school in the Library.

The AES Cafeteria has a new mascot. We will be having a contest to name our cow! Please look for our new friend in the cafeteria at lunch time and submit your name ideas to the office. The name will be announced Friday morning.

Parent-Teacher Conferences- Please call the school to set up an appointment.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/14 - PTO Fundraiser at Red Robin in Manchester fro 5-9

10/20 - Stories and Science Literacy Event at AES from 6-7

10/20 - Picture Retake day

10/23 - PTO Yard Sale

Daily Announcements 10/12/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Mac and Cheese with a Roll OR Egg Salad Sandwich

Carrots and Hummus

Peaches

Choice of Milk

Green Teams will be meeting after school in the Library.

The AES Cafeteria has a new mascot. We will be having a contest to name our cow! Please look for our new friend in the cafeteria at lunch time and submit your name ideas to the office. The name will be announced next Friday morning.

Parent-Teacher Conferences- Please call the school to set up an appointment.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/14 - PTO Fundraiser at Red Robin in Manchester fro 5-9

10/20 - Stories and Science Literacy Event at AES from 6-7

10/20 - Picture Retake day

10/23 - PTO Yard Sale

Daily Announcements 10/7/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pasta w/Meat Sauce OR Sunbutter and Jelly Sandwich

Broccoli

Pears

Choice of Milk

Other Announcements:

Homework Club will be meeting after school in the Library.

The AES Cafeteria has a new mascot. We will be having a contest to name our cow! Please look for our new friend in the cafeteria at lunch time and submit your name ideas to the office. The name will be announced next Friday morning.

Mrs. Petersons’ will be going around this morning with September Birthday Books.

Today is our student Flu Clinic. Teachers- please collect any forms and send them to the office so we can complete our lists.

We are excited to be doing our Word Study again this afternoon at 1:30. We will be going on to aid with the transitions.

Parent/Guardian Information

Parent-Teacher Conferences- Please call the school to set up an appointment.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/7 - Student Flu Shot Clinic

10/8 - Professional Development Day(no school for students)

10/11 - Columbus Day No School

10/14 - PTO Fundraiser at Red Robin in Manchester fro 5-9

10/20 - Stories and Science Literacy Event at AES from 6-7

10/20 - Picture Retake day

10/23 - PTO Yard Sale

Daily Announcements 10/6/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Grilled Cheese Sandwich OR Chicken Salad Sub

Carrots and Celery

Apple

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will be meeting after school in the Library

Join Mrs. Berrigan and Mr. Kenyon for our first Literacy Event! Stories and Science. Come hear a story and create some spooky sounds. Permission slips are in the office. The cost is $8, space is limited, first come first serve. All slips must be turned in by Friday, October 8th.

From the Nurses:

We are once again hosting a Flu Shot Clinic in the Allenstown schools. This is offered in cooperation with the NH Immunization Program and your local Public Health Network. The clinic will take place Thursday, October 7, 2021 during the school day and trained medical staff will give the vaccine.

Why sign your child up for this year’s flu clinic?

Your child will be less likely to get the flu and miss school time.

You won’t have to miss work when your child is sick with the flu.

CONVENIENT - It's done at school.

The Flu Shot Clinic will be held at both AES & ARD on Thursday, October 7 during the day. This is FREE for all students and is a great way to keep your child safe. Be sure to fill out the electronic permission slip. Contact your school nurse (D.Schmidt @ ARD & S.Beauchemin @AES) with any questions.

Parent-Teacher Conferences- Please call the school to set up an appointment.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/7 - Student Flu Shot Clinic

10/8 - Professional Development Day(no school for students)

10/11 - Columbus Day No School

10/14 - PTO Fundraiser at Red Robin in Manchester fro 5-9

10/20 - Stories and Science Literacy Event at AES from 6-7

10/20 - Picture Retake day

10/23 - PTO Yard Sale

Daily Announcements 10/5/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Pulled Pork Chilli w/ Corn Muffin OR Turkey Sandwich

Tater Tots

Mixed Fruit

Choice of Milk

Green Team will be meeting after school in the Library

Join Mrs. Berrigan and Mr. Kenyon for our first Literacy Event! Stories and Science. Come hear a story and create some spooky sounds. Permission slips are in the office. The cost is $8, space is limited, first come first serve. All slips must be turned in by Friday, October 8th.

Staff Flu Shots are today. If you haven’t signed up yet, please see Mrs.Beauchemin. If you have, you will be called down when it is time.

Parent-Teacher Conferences- Please call the school to set up an appointment.

From the Nurses:

We are once again hosting a Flu Shot Clinic in the Allenstown schools. This is offered in cooperation with the NH Immunization Program and your local Public Health Network. The clinic will take place Thursday, October 7, 2021 during the school day and trained medical staff will give the vaccine.

Why sign your child up for this year’s flu clinic?

Your child will be less likely to get the flu and miss school time.

You won’t have to miss work when your child is sick with the flu.

CONVENIENT - It's done at school.

The Flu Shot Clinic will be held at both AES & ARD on Thursday, October 7 during the day. This is FREE for all students and is a great way to keep your child safe. Be sure to fill out the electronic permission slip. Contact your school nurse (D.Schmidt @ ARD & S.Beauchemin @AES) with any questions.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/7 - Student Flu Shot Clinic

10/8 - Professional Development Day(no school for students)

10/11 - Columbus Day No School

10/14 - PTO Fundraiser at Red Robin in Manchester fro 5-9

10/20 - Stories and Science Literacy Event at AES from 6-7

10/20 - Picture Retake day

10/23 - PTO Yard Sale

Daily Announcements 10/4/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Beef soft tacos OR Bagel Munchable

Bean Salad

Banana

Choice of Milk

Homework Club will be meeting after school in the Library.

Join Mrs. Berrigan and Mr. Kenyon for our first Literacy Event! Stories and Science. Come hear a story and create some spooky sounds. Permission slips are in the office. The cost is $8, space is limited, first come first serve. All slips must be turned in by Friday, October 8th.

PTO ran a staff raffle on Friday. There were two mum plants and a pumpkin raffled off. Miss Campbell and Ms. Dimaggio won a plant and the pumpkin went to Ms. Blease. Congratulations!

From the Nurses:

We are once again hosting a Flu Shot Clinic in the Allenstown schools. This is offered in cooperation with the NH Immunization Program and your local Public Health Network. The clinic will take place Thursday, October 7, 2021 during the school day and trained medical staff will give the vaccine.

Why sign your child up for this year’s flu clinic?

Your child will be less likely to get the flu and miss school time.

You won’t have to miss work when your child is sick with the flu.

CONVENIENT - It's done at school.

The Flu Shot Clinic will be held at both AES & ARD on Thursday, October 7 during the day. This is FREE for all students and is a great way to keep your child safe. Be sure to fill out the electronic permission slip. Contact your school nurse (D.Schmidt @ ARD & S.Beauchemin @AES) with any questions.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/7 - Student Flu Shot Clinic

10/8 - Professional Development Day(no school for students)

10/11 - Columbus Day No School

10/14 - PTO Fundraiser at Red Robin in Manchester fro 5-9

10/20 - Stories and Science Literacy Event at AES from 6-7

10/20 - Picture Retake day

10/23 - PTO Yard Sale

Daily Announcements 10/1/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

French Bread Pizza OR Sunbutter and Jelly Sandwich

Hummus w/Celery

Grapes

Choice of Milk

Could you guess who the mystery readers are? Here are your results…

Mrs. Carlisle

Mr. Kenyon

Mrs. Bridges

Mrs.Petersons

Mrs. Ball from the kitchen

Mx.Hanson

Join Mrs. Berrigan and Mr. Kenyon for our first Literacy Event! Stories and Science. Come hear a story and create some spooky sounds. Permission slips are in the office. The cost is $8, space is limited, first come first serve. All slips must be turned in by October 8th.

From the Nurses:

We are once again hosting a Flu Shot Clinic in the Allenstown schools. This is offered in cooperation with the NH Immunization Program and your local Public Health Network. The clinic will take place Thursday, October 7, 2021 during the school day and trained medical staff will give the vaccine.

Why sign your child up for this year’s flu clinic?

Your child will be less likely to get the flu and miss school time.

You won’t have to miss work when your child is sick with the flu.

CONVENIENT - It's done at school.

The Flu Shot Clinic will be held at both AES & ARD on Thursday, October 7 during the day. This is FREE for all students and is a great way to keep your child safe. Be sure to fill out the electronic permission slip. Contact your school nurse (D.Schmidt @ ARD & S.Beauchemin @AES) with any questions.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/7 - Student Flu Shot Clinic

10/8 - Professional Development Day(no school for students)

10/11 - Columbus Day No School

10/14 - PTO Fundraiser at Red Robin in Manchester fro 5-9

10/20 - Stories and Science Literacy Event at AES from 6-7

10/20 - Picture Retake day

10/23 - PTO Yard Sale

Daily Announcements 9/30/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chili & Corn muffin OR Tuna sandwich

Carrots

Mixed Fruit

Choice of Milk

Could you guess who the mystery readers are? This is the last week of the Mystery Reader Challenge. Make your guesses and the results will be shared tomorrow.

Homework Club will be meeting after school in the Library.

Join Mrs. Berrigan and Mr. Kenyon for our first Literacy Event! Stories and Science. Come hear a story and create some spooky sounds. Permission slips are in the office. The cost is $8, space is limited, first come first serve. All slips must be turned in by October 8th.

From the Nurses:

We are once again hosting a Flu Shot Clinic in the Allenstown schools. This is offered in cooperation with the NH Immunization Program and your local Public Health Network. The clinic will take place Thursday, October 7, 2021 during the school day and trained medical staff will give the vaccine.

Why sign your child up for this year’s flu clinic?

Your child will be less likely to get the flu and miss school time.

You won’t have to miss work when your child is sick with the flu.

CONVENIENT - It's done at school.

The Flu Shot Clinic will be held at both AES & ARD on Thursday, October 7 during the day. This is FREE for all students and is a great way to keep your child safe. Be sure to fill out the electronic permission slip. Contact your school nurse (D.Schmidt @ ARD & S.Beauchemin @AES) with any questions.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

10/7 - Student Flu Shot Clinic

10/8 - Professional Development Day(no school for students)

10/11 - Columbus Day No School

10/14 - PTO Fundraiser at Red Robin in Manchester from 5-9

10/20 - Stories and Science Literacy Event at AES from 6-7

10/20 - Picture Retake day

10/23 - PTO Yard Sale

Message From Our Nurse, Mrs. Beauchemin

We are once again hosting a Flu Shot Clinic in the Allenstown schools. This is offered in cooperation with the NH Immunization Program and your local Public Health Network. The clinic will take place Thursday, October 7, 2021 during the school day and trained medical staff will give the vaccine.

Why sign your child up for this year’s flu clinic?

● Your child will be less likely to get the flu and miss school time.

● You won’t have to miss work when your child is sick with the flu.

● CONVENIENT - It's done at school.

The Flu Shot Clinic will be held at both AES & ARD on Thursday, October 7 during the day. This is FREE for all students and is a great way to keep your child safe. Be sure to fill out the electronic permission slip. Contact your school nurse (D.Schmidt @ ARD & S.Beauchemin @AES) with any questions.

Daily Announcements 9/29/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

French Toast Sticks and yogurt OR Muffin And Yogurt

Cucumbers

Peaches

Choice of Milk

Could you guess who the mystery readers are? This is the last week of the Mystery Reader Challenge. Make your guesses and the results will be shared on Friday.

Homework Club will be meeting after school in the Library.

Join Mrs. Berrigan and Mr. Kenyon for our first Literacy Event! Stories and Science. Come hear a story and create some spooky sounds. Permission slips are in the office. The cost is $8, space is limited, first come first serve. All slips must be turned in by October 8th.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember:

10/7 - Student Flu Shot Clinic

10/8 Professional Development Day(no school for students)

10/11 Columbus Day No School

Daily Announcements 9/24/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Mozzarella Sticks w/marinara sauce OR Bagel Munchable

Cucumber slices

Grapes

Choice of Milk

Could you guess who the mystery readers are? Here are the results.

Mrs. Ireland

Mrs.Smith

Mrs. Foss

Mrs. Ash

Next week will be the last of the mystery reader challenge. Keep an eye on the board.

This week is PACK Week. Each day has a food color theme and students are encouraged to pack a snack or lunch item that is a fruit or vegetable corresponding to the color of the day. Today is the last day of PACK week. Today’s color is Green.

If you have any paperwork, please make sure it gets to the office.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

9/27 - PTO Fundraiser Due Back

Daily Announcements 9/28/2021

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Chicken Patty on a bun OR Chicken Salad Sandwich

Spinach Salad with Ranch Dressing

Orange Slices

Choice of Milk


Could you guess who the mystery readers are? This is the last week of the Mystery Reader Challenge. Make your guesses and the results will be shared on Friday.


The Green Team will be meeting after school in the Library.


Join Mrs. Berrigan and Mr. Kenyon for our first Literacy Event! Stories and Science. Come hear a story and create some spooky sounds. Permission slips are in the office. The cost is $8, space is limited, first come first serve. All slips must be turned in by October 8th. Click PERMISSION SLIP to print a copy.


Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.


Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.


Important Dates to remember:

10/7 - Student Flu Shot Clinic

10/8 Professional Development Day(no school for students)

10/11 Columbus Day No School

Daily Announcements 9/23/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Grilled cheese OR Sunbutter and Jelly Sandwich

Broccoli Salad

Orange Slices

Choice of Milk

Could you guess who the mystery readers are? There are four more readers up on the board. Results will be announced on Friday.

This week is PACK Week. Each day has a food color theme and students are encouraged to pack a snack or lunch item that is a fruit or vegetable corresponding to the color of the day. Today is orange. Tomorrow is Green.

The Homework Club will be meeting after school in the Library.

If you have any paperwork, please make sure it gets to the office.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

9/27 - PTO Fundraiser Due Back

Daily Announcements 9/27/21

Lunch Menu: Chicken w/ Gravy and a biscuit OR Bagel Munchable

Mashed Potatoes

Apple Crisp

Choice of Milk

Could you guess who the mystery readers are? This is the last week of the Mystery Reader Challenge. Make your guesses and the results will be shared on Friday.

PTO Fundraisers are due today. Please collect them and bring them to the office by the end of the day.

Homework Club will be meeting after school in the Library.

If you have any paperwork, please make sure it gets to the office.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember:

9/27 - PTO Fundraiser Due Back

Daily Announcements 9/16/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:Chicken Nuggets w/ a roll OR Turkey Sandwich, Carrots, Apple Sauce, Choice of Milk

We have 4 NEW staff members on the mystery reader board. Who could they be? The true identities will be revealed on tomorrow.

Homework Club will be meeting after school today in the library.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember:

9/21 PTO Meeting 6:00 @ ARD

9/27 - PTO Fundraiser Due Back

Daily Announcements 9/22/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:

Beef Burrito OR Egg Salad Sandwich

Bean Salad

Pears

Choice of Milk

Could you guess who the mystery readers are? There are four more readers up on the board. Results will be announced on Friday.

This week is PACK Week. Each day has a food color theme and students are encouraged to pack a snack or lunch item that is a fruit or vegetable corresponding to the color of the day. Today is Red. Tomorrow is Orange.

The Homework Club will be meeting after school in the Library.

If you have any paperwork, please make sure it gets to the office.

Homework Club is available for students who have homework to complete. They can also complete their daily reading, Zearn/math, etc. Adult(s) will be available to assist students. Please note that this is not an individual tutoring service, it is homework help. Homework club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Permission slips are available in the office.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

9/27 - PTO Fundraiser Due Back

Daily Announcements 9/20/21

Today’s Lunch menu is: Hot Ham and Cheese Croissant OR Turkey Sub, hashbrown, Apple Slices, Choice of Milk

Could you guess who the mystery readers are? There are four more readers up on the board. Results will be announced on Friday.

This week is PACK Week. Each day has a food color theme and students are encouraged to pack a snack or lunch item that is a fruit or vegetable corresponding to the color of the day. Today is purple/blue fruits and vegetables.

Homework club will be meeting after school in the Library.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

9/21 PTO Meeting 6:00 @ ARD

9/27 PTO Fundraiser Due Back

Daily Announcements 9/15/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:Pulled Pork on a Bon OR Bagel Munchable, Coleslaw, Mixed Fruit, Choice of Milk

We have 4 NEW staff members on the mystery reader board. Who could they be? The true identities will be revealed on Friday.

Homework Club has been canceled for today. You will NOT be meeting after school today.

If you have any forms please collect them and send them to the office after announcements. Thank you

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember

9/21 PTO Meeting 6:00 @ ARD

9/27 - PTO Fundraiser Due Back

Daily Announcements 9/14/21

Today’s Lunch menu is:Chicken Quesadilla OR Tuna Sandwich, Corn salad, Grapes, Choice of Milk

We have 4 NEW staff members on the mystery reader board. Who could they be?

The Green Team will be meeting after school today in the library.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember:

9/21 PTO Meeting 6:00 @ ARD

9/27 - PTO Fundraiser Due Back

Daily Announcements 9/13/21

Today’s Lunch menu is: Egg and cheese sandwich OR Muffin & Yogurt Meal, Baked beans, Orange Slices, Choice of Milk

Homework club will be starting next Today, September 13th. Please make sure your permission slips are handed in. You will be meeting in the

Can you guess which teachers were caught reading? Look at the bulletin board in the hallway by the main office and make your guess. The true identities will be revealed on Friday.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember:

9/13 School Board Meeting 6:00 @ ARD

9/21 PTO Meeting 6:00 @ ARD

9/27 - PTO Fundraiser Due Back

Daily Announcements 9/10/21

Today’s Lunch menu is: Pizza Sticks with Marinara OR Sunbutter and Jelly Sandwich, broccoli, frozen fruit cup, and choice of Milk

Other Announcements:

Can you guess which teachers were caught reading? Here are the results…

#1 is Mrs. Paquin

#2 is Mrs. Foley

#3 is Mrs. Ballentine

#4 is k/1 Mrs. Martel

Keep an eye on the bulletin board, there will be a new challenge up next week.

Homework club will be starting next Monday, September 13th. And will be every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. There is a late bus available for those who need it.

If you have any forms please collect them and send them to the office after announcements. Thank you

Ice Cream Friday will start next Friday. There is Rice Crispy Treats available for those who want them today for $1.00.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember:

9/13 School Board Meeting 6:00 @ ARD

9/21 PTO Meeting 6:00 @ ARD

9/27 PTO Fundraiser Due Back

Daily Announcements 9/9/21

Today’s Lunch menu is: Grilled Chicken burger on a bun OR Ham and cheese sandwich, Carrots and Hummus, Peaches, Choice of Milk

Can you guess which teachers were caught reading? Look at the bulletin board in the hallway by the main office and make your guess. The true identities will be revealed tomorrow.

Homework club will be starting next Monday, September 13th. And will be every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. There is a late bus available for those who need it.

Please remember to call the attendance line before the start of school (485-9574) if your student is going to be absent or late. It is extremely important for us to be able to account for all students ASAP incase of an emergency.

Important Dates to remember:

9/13 School Board Meeting 6:00 @ ARD

9/21 PTO Meeting 6:00 @ ARD

9/27 - PTO Fundraiser Due Back

Daily Announcements 9/7/21

Green Team permission forms are due tomorrow. If you need a printed permission slip, please stop by the office.

Can you guess which teachers were caught reading? Look at the bulletin board in the hallway by the main office and make your guess. The true identities will be revealed on Friday.

The book fair ends tomorrow. Teachers can view the schedule for open fair times to send students who did not purchase with the class.

If you have any forms please collect them and send them to the office after announcements. Thank you

Important Dates to remember

9/13 School Board Meeting 6:00 @ ARD

9/21 PTO Meeting 6:00 @ ARD

Daily Announcements 9/2/21

The book fair has been delivered. The carts are located in the Kindergarten hallway. Please do NOT touch the carts. Teachers please make sure you have signed up for a book fair shopping time.

If you have any forms please collect them and send them to the office after announcements. Thank you!

Reminder this is NO SCHOOL on Monday, September 9. Enjoy the long weekend!

Important Dates to remember:

9/3 & 9/6 no school (Labor Day Weekend)

9/13 School Board Meeting 6:00 @ ARD

9/21 PTO Meeting 6:00 @ ARD

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