Welcome to the Andover Elementary/Middle School

 

20 School Street, Andover NH 03216 / Tel: (603) 735-5494 / Fax: (603) 735-6108

Our Mission Statement
The Andover Elementary/Middle School is fully committed to helping all children of Andover prepare for the challenges of our constantly changing society. We, the Andover Elementary/Middle School Community – families, administration, faculty, staff, students, and the wider community of the town, will work together to embrace and generate intellectual, physical, and social-emotional growth opportunities targeted at strengthening our children’s abilities and taking into account the unique needs and dreams of children. We understand that continual evaluation of programs and assessment of student achievement are vital to the success of our programs. We also understand that diverse teaching techniques, community participation, faculty education, and open communication are equally important.  
                                   
"Soaring to be the best we can be!"

St. Baldricks Fundraiser

Andover Players Production of Annie!!! was a Hit



NEWS & REMINDERS !


  • Smarter Balanced Testing for grades 3-8 this month. Please visit the Smarter Balanced link to the left for more information.
  • What is the new Smarter Balanced Assessment all about? Click here to find out.
  • Army Band Visits AEMS 3/9/15


  • Click Here to read the completed AEMS Facilities Study.

  • Britta Johnson, was named National Geographic State Bee Semifinalist by National Geographic Society

  • Andover Taxpayers Return on Investment... Andover School District Budget Information link

  • Andover Community Cable Channel 16 on TDS!

    Andover Community Cable TV is now available on TDS Cable Channel 16 (as well as on Comcast Cable Channel 8). If you're a TDS cable subscriber and you aren't receiving anything on TDS Cable Channel 16, then turn off the power to your cable box; wait a couple of minutes; and turn it back on. TDS says that should fix the problem.

AEMS 2014-2015  FIRST TRIMESTER HONOR ROLL

5th Grade High Honors

Julianna Baptiste

Sasha MacKenzie

Sophia Reynolds

River Turnbull

5th Grade Honors

Morganne Budgett

Bryson Cate

Madison Colby

Anthony Hammond

Jeremy Johnson

Maura Kelly

Wesley Koziol

Brynne Makechnie

Lily Menard

Garrett Niemyer

Jesse Niemyer

Cassidy Piroso

6th Grade High Honors

Kyleigh Fanny

Lilly Furtkamp

Jazlyn Perkins

6th Grade Honors

Emily Abrahamson

Katie Bent

Colin Coolidge

Cedar Kiedaisch

Ethan Meyerhoefer

7th Grade High Honors

Hannah Asbury

Ryelle Jenifer

Riley Keezer

Vienna Marcus

Garrett Munson

Savannah Simonds

7th Grade Honors

Tori Braley

Will Furtkamp

Alexis Geyer

Robert Schwendler

8th Grade High Honors

Alexis Cate

Lexi Emeny

Britta Johnson

Aidan Kellogg

Nelson Makechnie

DJ Rankins

Julia Royal

Sofia Weber

8th Grade Honors

Matt Bent

Camden Donovan

Savannah Drewry

Hannah French

Teigan Friedrich

Jared Frost

Ryan Gotthardt

Ezra Jenifer

Jack Newton

Samantha Parkman

Myles Powers

David Reynolds

Matt Reynolds

Zachary Shipley

Keygan Sweeney    

   















           



AEMS Lego Robotics

            AEMS is trying to get a Lego Robotics Club up and running.

            Legos Robotics makes it fun and engaging to learn using Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

            Lego Robotics combines science and mathematics concepts with creative thinking, problem solving, teamwork and communication skills, boosting 21st century learning skills. All projects follow a design engineering process as used by engineers in various industries. Throughout the process students gain and use knowledge of science, technology and  mathematics as they engineer a solution.

            Funding for robotics kits are a challenge. Please contact Principal Jane Slayton if you are interested in helping. (jslayton@aemseagles.org or 603-735-5400). Thank You!

On Saturday, March 14, 2015 at 9:26 and 53 seconds, both a.m. and p.m., Pi was represented to 10 digits: 3.141592653.  This will be the one and only Pi Day in the next 100 years that will actually reflect the first five numbers (ten if you count the time) in everyone’s favorite irrational number, Pi.

Pi Day was celebrated at AEMS on Monday, March 16, 2015.   Students were given the challenge to memorize and then recite as many digits of Pi as they could during their lunch period.   Everyone received a Pi pencil!

AEMS had 61 participants in grades K-8th who gave it a shot to try to recite as many digits of Pi as they could.  All participants were given a “Pi-e” treat at the end of the school day.  The winners received a bag of Pi goodies (Pi tattoos, pencils, and a measuring tape with the digits of Pi.  The grand prize winners (Jesse and Wesley) won Pizza Pi from Pizza Chef and a Pi Day T-shirt!

Congratulations to everyone!!

K-2nd Grade Lunch WINNERS, a TIE with 18 digits of Pi!!

Ollie Grotnes and Ben Kelly

3th-4th Grade Lunch WINNER with 55 digits of Pi!!!

Oliver Andrews

5th-6th Grade Lunch WINNER, a TIE with 68 Digits of Pi!!

Grand Prize Winners:  Jesse Niemyer

Grand Prize Winners:  Wesley Koziol

7th-8th Grade Lunch overall WINNER with 39 digits of Pi!!

Aidan Kellogg

Written by MS Math Teacher, Michelle Keezer

Eighth Grade student, Britta Johnson, was named National Geographic 

State Bee Semifinalist by 

National Geographic Society

Britta Johnson has been notified by the National Geographic Society that she is one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2015 New Hampshire National Geographic State Bee, sponsored by Google and Plum Creek. The contest will be held at Keene State College on Friday, March 27, 2015.


AEMS celebrates Chinese New Year with a dragon made up of Mrs. LaRoche's 4th graders!

AEMS EAGLE CODE

Always Be Respectful

Everyone is Responsible

Make Good Choices

Safety, First, Last and Always    


   
The documentary the Hungry Heart 
will be shown at AEMS, Weds., June 10th
The night will begin with refreshments and 
booths with information and resources 
that will cover all aspects of addiction; 
prevention, intervention, treatment and 
recovery. There will be a diverse panel 
for Q & A after the movie. Appropriate 
for adults and students in 8th grade up.
Reserve your seat now by clicking here


AEMS Calendar