Cheenulka Pocknett, a Wampanoag dancer from Mashpee, Massachusetts dazzled the AEMS students with his traditional songs and dances on Monday afternoon. Chee also met with 5th graders to talk about Natives of the Eastern Woodlands where he displayed several furs and artifacts.
Congratulations to AEMS Spelling Bee Winner Garrett Munson
and Runner Up Brynne Makechnie!
AEMS graduate, Hayden Buswell,
visited school with his donkey!
AEMS Middle School Basketball Team
More Photos on the Athletics page
AEMS Chorus sang at the Manchester Monarchs Game
on Sunday, January 24, 2016
Congratulations to Cedar Kiedaisch
Winner of the AEMS Geography Bee!
4th Grade Visits the State House
Grades 1-7 participated in “Similarity Awareness” assemblies on Monday. Chandler Bullard from UNH’s Northeast Passage talked with students about what it is like to be in a wheelchair. Students had time to ask great questions. Students had the opportunity to use sports wheelchairs and play active games. It is hoped that non-disabled students will see the similarities instead of the differences between themselves and their peers with disabilities.