ALLENSTOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Lunch: Cheeseburger on a bun or a chicken salad sandwich both come with coleslaw and a frozen fruit cup All library books are due back tomorrow so that Mrs. Schaefer and Mrs.Bridges can get everything checked in and put away for summer. This is a payroll week please...
TODAY WILL BE AN EARLY RELEASE DAY DUE TO THE HEAT Soft Pretzel with nacho cheese and a cheese stick or a muffin with yogurt. Both come with corn salad and mixed fruit. (This is a change due to the weather) All library books are due back by Friday so that Mrs....
Hello All, Summer is here and so is the heat. A One Call Now announcement went out earlier today to let all Allenstown families know that tomorrow, Monday, 6/7 will be an early release day. Shannon Kruger, ASD Principal Here are a few other notes as we plan for the...
Today is the last late bus day. Homework Club will meet in room 101. 7/8 Art Club will meet after school. Today will be the last knitting club day. Please check our google classroom for summer information. If you borrowed knitting needles from the club, or need to...
Due to the heat, today is a half day. Reminder to 7th and 8th graders, you will be dismissed from lunch or recess, please bring your belongings with you. There are no after school activities. 2021 Walk/Run Race forms are due TODAY. Please bring them to the office....
Because today is a half day, there will be no after school activities. Our last late bus will be on Thursday, June 10. Please use the last few days to get caught up on any missing assignments. We’re going to do a last call for anyone who has their Yearbook Order Form...
Celebrating the good things in our school district!
Congratulation the Alyssa H. She’s been diligent and putting in a solid effort in each of our classes. She does her “home day” work and does a quality job in all of her work. She’s someone that we can count on to participate in class and to give careful thought to questions and ideas.
Congratulations to Caili B. We feel like Caili has had outstanding participation in class, she takes chances, and always has a positive attitude. She is mature in her interactions with peers and staff and is truly a pleasure to have in class!
From Mrs. Johnson: I would like to acknowledge someone who really has never been recognized in all the years he has worked here. I would like to pass the award over to Al Carbonneau. Al has come in on weekends to make sure the heat is working so we will all be warm on Monday. He will show up early and stay late to shovel walkways, hang things up in classrooms, attend school functions and speak at school board meetings. He fixes things himself to save the district money. He genuinely cares about what is best for the school and for the staff. A few of us have even been saved by him when we had an issue with our cars. Al goes above and beyond on a daily basis.
From Mrs. Schmidt: I pass the Eagle on to Mrs. Hazard. Narine has gracefully been performing her routine tasks, such as classroom planning & teaching, counseling, peer mediation, etc In addition to this she has had to organize the testing for the school. This includes getting teachers & staff updated, planning groups for student accomodations, scheduling proctors & breaks during testing, and scheduling make-up testing for absent students. Then the most difficult task, ensuring the testing goes off “without a hitch”!!
All tedious as is, but in a hybrid schedule, it’s a wonder she is not bald.
And she does it all with a smile. Well deserved, Narine.
Sean Fischer passed the Eagle to Denise Schmidt: The eagle award was presented to Denise because of all of the hard work she has done to keep all staff and students safe during the pandemic. Also for doing a great job of the stressful task of the flu shots. Thank you Denise for all that you have done during these crazy times.
Sarah Battistelli passed the Eagle to Jen Johnson: Jen is always there to answer a question for me and if she doesn’t have the answer she is always able to point me in the right direction to find the answer. She has been one of the most helpful people since I started and I appreciate her support and guidance as I figured everything out!
Allenstown Elementary School
Phone: (603) 485-9574
Fax: (603) 485-1805
Armand R. Dupont School
Phone: (603) 485-4474
Fax: (603) 485-1806
Our students will:
- collaborate and cooperate to creatively solve problems.
- show respect for themselves, others, and our environment.
- communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- apply advocacy skills to be independent, self-directed learners.
- demonstrate civic responsibility and pride in school and the community.