AE/MS Begins New Year with New Programs and Opportunities

Pandemic and masks are still a reality

By Kasey Schoch
AE/MS Begins New Year with New Programs and Opportunities

For most teachers across the country, the 2020-2021 school year will forever be known as “The Year That Shall Not Be Named” (with apologies to JK Rowling and Harry Potter fans around the globe).  Although AE/MS is the same school, and the pandemic has not faded the way staff had hoped it would, the year […]

AE/MS Begins New Chapter with Start of ’21 – ’22 School Year

Grant funding results in new programs

By Dennis Dobe
AE/MS Begins New Chapter with Start of ’21 – ’22 School Year

On Monday morning, August 30, the staff members of AE/MS welcomed 214 Kindergarten through Grade 8 students back from their long summer break. The energy and enthusiasm of the students was matched with that of their teachers who had worked so hard all summer to prepare for the 2021-2022 school year.  A new chapter for […]

Warner Connects Needs Help Getting Kids Off to School

Making it easy to donate school supplies

Press release
Warner Connects Needs Help Getting Kids Off to School

Warner Connects, which serves struggling families in all the towns in the Kearsarge area (including Andover), is coordinating donations of school supplies to ensure that all Kearsarge area kids can start school this fall well-supplied for school success. They’re looking for generous community members to help make it happen. There are two ways you can […]

AE/MS Wrapped Up an Extraordinary Year in Style

COVID-19 presented many challenges

By Dennis Dobe

After a school year unlike any other, AE/MS was able to close out the year in typical style. Throughout the past year, school staff, families, and students collaborated to make the most of learning opportunities under conditions that proved to be extremely challenging.  The positive attitude and commitment of the members of our school community […]

AE/MS Bids Farewell to Valued Teammates and Staff 

Working to fill vacant positions

By Dennis Dobe

Schools tend to go through cycles of renewal every handful of years.  This occurs for many different reasons, such as innovations in the field of education (new technologies and approaches to educating children), external challenges and opportunities (i.e. the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting federal grant funding), and/or a significant changeover of staff (teachers and administrators […]

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