The fifth grade Bluejay Buddies legacy project included a new tether ball set!
over 1 year ago, Jackie Schelling
Fifth grade
Fifth grade
Fifth grade
How we feel about almost being 4th graders!!!! 🥳
over 1 year ago, Maddison Pape
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Last week, 4th graders had a very educational day of learning in the city of Madison. First, we were able to visit the Henry Vilas Zoo, where students were able to to relate a variety of science topics covered throught this year at the zoo. Students were able to see different animal habitats, behaviors and adaptations. Then we got to learn all about our Wisconsin history at the Wisconsin Veteran's Museum. Students showed their knowledge from what we learned in class about the different wars during our tour. Lastly, we got to explore and learn all about our beautiful captiol!!! This is a day the 4th graders will remember for a lifetime.
over 1 year ago, Kira Kalepp
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You can watch Athens Elementary Kindergarten Graduation now on our YouTube channel. https://youtu.be/OEoSlNZyb3k
over 1 year ago, Nathan Brost
3rd Grade class trip to Monk Botanical Gardens! We loved seeing the plants beginning to bloom. 🌷
over 1 year ago, Maddison Pape
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The last day of school for students will be Wednesday, May 25, 2022. Student release and bus times are as follows: Maple Grove Charter School 12:00 p.m. Athens Elementary School 12:15 p.m. Athens Middle and High School 12:30 p.m. Have a great summer! El último día de clases para los estudiantes será el miércoles 25 de mayo de 2022. La salida de los estudiantes y los horarios de los autobuses son los siguientes: Maple Grove - 12:00 Escuela Primaria de Athens - 12:15 Escuela MS/HS(secundaria) - 12:30 ¡Que tengas un excelente verano!
over 1 year ago, Nathan Brost
Here are some families measuring their new books with standard and nonstandard units for some Literacy Night fun!
over 1 year ago, Mary Hessefort
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Here are some families measuring their new books with standard and nonstandard units for some Literacy Night fun!
over 1 year ago, Mary Hessefort
Let’s celebrate Arbor Day and what’s not a better way than helping the Village of Athens plant trees! 4th graders got the opportunity to learn the different ways to plant trees and identifying what trees they are! “He who plants a tree, plants a hope.” -Lucy Larcom
over 1 year ago, Caitlyn Kolehouse
What do you call the fastest assistant in the world? Secretariat!! Happy Administrative Professionals' Day 2022 to all of the awesome office personnel in the School District of Athens!
over 1 year ago, Mary Hessefort
Our 3rd graders are OFFICIALLY published authors of the book, “Together…We Can Change the World!” We recognized this awesome accomplishment with a “Meet the Authors” celebration and presented our book at the April School Board meeting. Congratulations! We are so proud of you for all the time, effort, and passion you put into creating this book! Continue to stand together and make the world a better place! 🤩🤩
over 1 year ago, Tianna Borchardt
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Miranda and Baptiste Paul, two well-know children’s book authors, visited our elementary school and presented on the importance of bravery and expanding our horizons! After the presentations, our 3rd and 4th grade classes had an opportunity to share their published books with Miranda! She was so impressed by the work our students did and noted that their messages are powerful and inspiring! Keep writing and using your voices to make a difference! 😁
over 1 year ago, Tianna Borchardt
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Is your family ready to ‘spring’ into literacy with STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) activities and visit a Scholastic® BOGO Book Fair? Literacy Night will be Thursday, April 28, 2022 from 6:30 - 7:30pm. A Title I meeting will take place from 6:00 - 6:30pm for all families who are interested in knowing more about our Title I Schoolwide program. Mark your calendars!
over 1 year ago, Mary Hessefort
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Enjoying the recess sunshine!! ⛅️💛
over 1 year ago, Maddison Pape
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4th graders had a great learning experience from Representative Edming (and his service dog Corky). Representative Edming came to talk with the students about how a bill becomes a law. They even experienced what it would be like to try and get a bill passed in our classroom. They tried to pass a bill that would allow 4th graders to get their drivers license!!! Students that were in the Senate and House had great reasons why it should become a law, but sadly the “governor” vetoed the bill! They ended their time learning how to use a Wisconsin state map! Thank you Representative Edming for visiting AES.
over 1 year ago, Beth Steinke
Fourth Grade
Fourth Graders
Fourth Graders
Fourth Graders
Take a “Peep” at the awesome 4th graders using their teamwork and problem solving skills to build a Peep nest out of toothpicks and jelly beans to protect their Peeps from books!
over 1 year ago, Caitlyn Kolehouse
4th graders traveled back in time to be pioneer students from the year 1904. They had a full day of learning arithmetic, penmanship, recitation, geography/history and spelling. They dressed the part wonderfully and even brought their pioneer lunch in tin pails. Thank you to Marathon County Historical Society for allowing us to visit the Little Red Schoolhouse and to our wonderful pioneer teacher, Ms. Moellendorf. Lastly, thank you to our YES group for funding our transportation. What a fun day of learning!
over 1 year ago, Beth Steinke
Little Red School House
Little Red School House
Little Red School House
Little Red School House
The Wisconsin School Bus Association along with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) released a public notice indicating individuals are no longer required to wear masks on public or private school buses. Effective immediately, Fischer Transportation will no longer require students or bus drivers to wear masks. Mrs. Mary Kay Adamski, Operations Manager Fisher Transportation, Inc.
over 1 year ago, Nathan Brost
The Wisconsin School Bus Association along with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) released a public notice indicating individuals are no longer required to wear masks on public or private school buses. Effective immediately, Fischer Transportation will no longer require students or bus drivers to wear masks. Mrs. Mary Kay Adamski, Operations Manager Fisher Transportation, Inc.
over 1 year ago, School District of Athens
Attention families planning on sending students to the School District of Athens public and private schools! Please scan the QR Code or click on the link to fill our brief survey about where you are planning on sending your child(ren) next school year. https://qrco.de/bcicyW
over 1 year ago, Nathan Brost
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