Aloha!

        AES Staff and students celebrated Hawaiian/Beach Day and our Pre-K splashed their way through a specially designed Pre-K Field Day!  Thanks to the teachers and many volunteers who helped make this day special for our youngest students!  It was a perfect way to get into the summertime spirit as we head for the last two days of school.  Check out the pictures at the end of this memo!

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AES Has Talent!

Andover’s talent was on full display on Thursday night during the annual PTA Variety Show.  From singing to dancing to magic tricks, the audience was engaged and entertained by our amazing AES students.  Max Grenier, Master of Ceremonies, introduced each act and kept the audience laughing with his jokes and riddles.  At the end of the evening, the sixth grade participants were invited on stage to be recognized.  Special thanks to Mr. Piros, Mrs. Calhoun and Mrs. Fontana for planning and organizing this special event! 

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Happy Field Day!

Andover Elementary School’s 2017 Field Day fell on a perfectly beautiful June morning.  Our students enjoyed traveling from station to station where they ran races, played games, got wet and had lots of fun!  Our families joined us for a picnic lunch consisting of hot dogs and hamburgers, and our day ended with a spirited kickball game between the sixth grade students and the AES teachers.  The game ended in a 5-5 tie.  Special thanks to our sixth grade leaders, all of our volunteers and to Mr. Moynihan for making this day so special for our entire school community.  Be sure to check out the photos at the end of this memo!

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Passport Please?

     The Geography Jamboree returned to AES on Thursday evening where students and their families had an opportunity to travel around the world.  Each grade level represented a continent and each classroom represented a country from that continent.  Our students researched their countries to learn about culture, climate, geography, transportation and food.  They prepared written reports as well as visual demonstrations and their classrooms were transformed to display their learning.  The students were the experts as they proudly shared their projects with each visitor to their country.  On Friday morning, classes traveled around the world visiting each country and getting their passports stamped along the way.  What a special way to showcase our talented students!  Special thanks to all of our teachers who helped make this evening possible.

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