As part of AMES' Raise Craze Fundraiser finale, students had the opportunity to participate in our Kindness Walk, hear NFL defensive tackle, Landon Cohen, speak about being kind to your self and to others, watch Mrs. Foster and Officer Ezzelarb get SLIMED, and throw confetti on both Mrs. Foster and Officer Ezzelarb. It was a fun-filled day full of kindness and joy!
Schools Closed due to Tropical Storm Warning
Thanks to everyone who donated to AMES’ Bottled Water Drive last week! Our 5th grade Student Council Representatives were able to help load the back of a pick-up truck up with water that will go directly to families impacted by Hurricane Florence. A special thank you to Impact Community Church for picking the waters up from the school and delivering them!
Wow! There was a sea of black at AMES Friday with everyone wearing black to “Black Out Bullying” for the school’s OLWEUS Bully Prevention Pep Rally! Thank you to Ms. Cavendish for bringing over students from Gable’s Theatre Program to perform “Spaghetti in a Hotdog Bun” for our K-2 students and “The Juice Box Billy” for our 3-5 students! What a great way to teach the importance of being and upstander, not a bystander!
AMES' school-wide fundraiser, Raise Craze begins today! Take the time to review the fundraiser packet that was sent home today as well as talk with your child about how he/she can show kindness to others. We can't wait to see all of the acts of kindness shared over the next two weeks!
Mrs. Durham, Mrs. Kemper, and Mrs. Barry’s students enjoyed their visit from Hope Remains!
If you have any questions about Hurricane Florence’s path, just ask an AMES fourth grader! The students are learning all about hurricanes in class!
Loved seeing all of our AMES students show their support for our school at the Dorman football game!
Summer break is quickly coming to an end. We look forward to seeing our elementary and middle school students during our Meet the Teacher event.
Students return to school on August 20th. Here, you will find the school supply lists for elementary and middle school students.