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Over 85 "Bags of Cheer" Created and Donated!

A BIG thank you to all of our AMES families who donated items for our "Bags of Cheer" community service project! Because of your generosity, over 85 children who receive infusions at GHS' Children's Hospital will be given a gift bag full of fun activities to make their day a little brighter! Representatives from the L.D. Barksdale Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation will be delivering the bags to the hospital next week.
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Kindergarten Enrollment

Kindergarten Open Enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year for students not currently in a District Six 4K program will start on Monday, March 18th. The link on the Spart 6 website will be available to parents on the morning of March 18th.
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AMES Spelling Bee Winners

Congratulations to AMES’ 2019 Spelling Bee winner, Riley, runner-up, Brady, and to all of our Class Spelling Bee winners! We are so proud of each and every one of you!
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Little Bit Fun

AMES teachers are “geared up and ready to go” with new ideas for engaging students in learning after participating in littleBits training. LittleBits are magnetic “Bits” that snap together to turn ideas into inventions, transforming the way kids learn so they can grow up to be tomorrow’s change-makers!
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BOYS ON THE RUN

AMES Boys On the Run is a small club for 3rd through 5th grade boys that began for the first time this year. The boys have trained with Coach “H” on how to run a 5K. This group of boys started with running a mile and have worked their way up to running a 5k! Our 5K was held on Thursday, December 13th. All the boys did a great job completing their run!
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Computer Science Week

Students are participating in Computer Science Education Week and International Hour of Cod week using code.org. Ask your student about using clock coding and their new Computer Science Skills!
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Career Fair at AMES

What an amazing Career Fair! Students had a wonderful time learning about all different types of job fields yesterday through engaging presentations given by local volunteers! Careers ranged from dental hygienist, veterinarian, police officer, firefighter, farmer, wedding planner, mechanical engineer, veterinarian technician, chef, attorney, arson investigator, business owner, pilot, chemist, athletic director, lung and heart surgeon, game warden, tennis instructor, medical assistant, phlebotomist, electrical engineer, project engineer, student resource officer, artist, Bomb Squad, nutritionist, and Spartanburg County's own, Sheriff Chuck Wright. WOW!
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