Allenstown Elementary School


On behalf of the students, staff, and families of our AES Community, we will always remember our favorite super-hero.... 

NOAH McINTOSH

Please see the following link for Noah's services:

http://www.petitfuneralhome.com/notices/Noah-McIntosh






AES - Dismissal Procedure Change
* Starts January 9th!!!

dismissal letter to families - final




AES January Lunch Menu





ALLENSTOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT'S
PEER RECOGNITION WINNERS

Congratulations to Mrs. Becky Degrave and Mrs. Dianne Melim...2016 Peer Recognition Award winners! We are fortunate to have both women as part of our district team!



  

Our AES Garden
Thank you to Lowes (Concord) & Allenstown Highway Department for our upgraded school garden!


AES School Garden

 Last updated on 6/8/2016 




                

School Board Meeting Change Notice

Due to the coming storm, we are cancelling the School Board meeting on Monday, February 13th.  The new meeting date will be on Monday, February 20th at 6:00pm at AES.




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Top three winners from each grade level (grades 1-4) participate in the school-wide spelling bee on:

 Thursday, January 26th @ 8:45am 
(snow date January 27th @ 8:45am)

AES is registered with the Scripps Spelling Bee program. More info can be found at:

http://spellingbee.com/parents-and-students




AES' Spirit Wear

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Spirit & Pride


Allenstown School District



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Click on the Staff Directory link in the menu above.



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AES GIVES BACK 

TO THE COMMUNITY


AES HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE

AES school students showed the "Spirit of Giving" when they collected 986 items for the holiday food drive supporting local families.  

1st row from left to right are: Kindergartner Ayden Valley, 1st grader Oceanna Powers, 

2nd row: second grader Brooklyn King, 3rd grader Blake Otis and fourth grader Natalie Dube.





THE GIVING TREE

You might have noticed holiday trees at both buildings. Each tree had tags that had kids who had either a "need" or a "want." Our staff, along with Southern New Hampshire University, were able to hand out 120 presents to 60 of our families. 


WHO COORDINATED THE GIVING TREE?

Thank you to Mrs. Murphy (Special Education Coordinator) and the Special Education Department for taking the lead on this important project