The Eagle Express

Antrim Elementary School May 15, 2023

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Stomp Rockets in 4th Grade

Ms. Gilbert’s and Mrs. Hill’s class were visited by the UNH 4-Cooperative. They made stomp rockets. After two visits students will conduct experiments to determine the best design to make their rocket fly the furthest. After each launch students will assess their design and make changes. They are invited to bring their design to Children in the Arts on May 20th. There will be a completion to see which rocket will fly the furthest.

2nd Grade Field Trip

The 2nd graders went of their FIRST EVER field trip to the Montshire Museum in Vermont. They had fun exploring in the hands-on museum.
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Hello AES Families,

The annual Children and the Arts Day festival is fast approaching. On Saturday, May 20th in Peterborough, several performances and activities will promote and celebrate the arts. The theme for this year’s festival is “Things that go VROOM!” In Art class, each student has made something special! We would love to have as many students from AES in the parade as possible so that we can show off our school spirit and hard work! If you and your child would like to join us, please meet teachers from AES in the PES parking lot at 11:45. Your child will be bringing their parade prop home from school with them on Friday, May 19th so please make sure they bring that with them to the festival so they can carry it in the parade. Also, it would be great if your child wore their blue AES t-shirt in the parade so that we look like a cohesive group.

The PES parking lot is closed to traffic by 11:30 so it’s best to park

somewhere downtown and walk up the hill to the school. The parade travels down Main St. and ends in Putnam Park. It’s really a wonderful event and always a fun day, so we hope you can make it! The festival and the event will happen, rain or shine!

Please note that since this is not a Conval-sponsored event, you are responsible for keeping an eye on your children and supervising them in the parade.

Thank you!

Mrs. Naglie

Our Garden Is Growing

Our garden is growing! The first grade is working with The Cornucopia Project to grow amazing flowers and produce for us to enjoy later in the spring and summer. In the fall these same students will harvest the food and put the garden to bed for the winter. We have loved seeing how the plants have grown and developed during the past few weeks!
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