“Don’t feel blue! Give drugs the boot!” Students and staff dressed in yellow, blue, and their favorite boots in honor of National Down Syndrome Awareness Month and took the drug free pledge!
Abbeville Elementary School
Special thanks to today’s readers…
🐝Chief Eric Blankenship
🐝 Ms. Sharon Baxter
🐝Col. Greg Clark
🐝Mr. Derrick Bryant
🐝Ms. Ivy Murray
🐝Ms. Alesia James
🐝Dr. Jerlyn McLeod
🐝Mr. Noel Van Landingham
🐝Mr. John Goodrich
🐝Pastor Denise Tolbert
🐝Mrs. Josh Berringer
Recognized By: Mrs. Wood
At AES, students THINK, LEARN, and GROW which will lead them to be self-directed, lifelong, product
Operating as usual
🍎🐝What’s new on the breakfast menu at AES? 🍎🐝What a treat! Our students enjoyed delicious and nutritional “apple tacos” this morning! Special thanks to Mrs. Pitts and our lunchroom angels for always going above and beyond.
🐝Red Ribbon Week🐝
🎃 🐝 Trunk-or-Treat🎃🐝 We need your help! We are accepting candy donations! Candy can be dropped off at the AES main office. Don’t forget to check your child’s yellow folder for additional information. Special thanks to all of the local businesses and organizations who are also helping to make this event a success.
Please use your child’s email to complete the Google form so that we may plan accordingly. https://forms.gle/Lqb3aSJXLRuKNjgBA
Be Brave, Be Bold, Be You, & Wear Red!
🐝AES Honors Assembly- 1st Nine Weeks🐝“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” Congratulations to all of our students who recognized for A/AB honor roll, perfect attendance, AR, and Jacket Pride.
👚🤍Barbie & Ken Pink Out🤍👚 Students and staff dressed in pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
🐝Lifelong Learners🐝 Empowering educators to cultivate a love for learning- because every page turned and equation solved is a step towards a brighter future! Thanks for joining us Mrs. Yolanda Coleman.
🎀🐝Red Ribbon Week- Day 1: Dress in pink, Barbie, or Ken attire!🎀🐝 Students may also purchase Breast Cancer Awareness bracelets and tattoos for $1.
🥇 AES First Nine Weeks Assembly🥇
🎨🐝AES Art🎨🐝 “Art is the colors and textures of your imagination.” Thank you Mrs. Ann Cotton, the Cultural Arts Center, Ms. Abbie, and Ms. Olga for continuing to connect art to the community. Students have been afforded the opportunity to participate in monthly art classes due to a grant written by the Cultural Center!
Featured Classes: K, 2nd,3rd, and 4th
Don’t forget to support our yellow jackets today!! The 2nd round playoffs will be held in Dale County.
📷 Save the date!📷
🐝1st 9 Weeks 3rd Grade STING Celebration🐝 Congratulations! Ms. Jackson, Ms. Roney, and Mrs. Robinson’s class celebrated a nine weeks of success at Jimmy’s! Students enjoyed ice cream and were recognized for exhibiting S.T.I.N.G expectations daily.
N-Noble Behaviors Matter
G- Growth Mindset
🐝Mrs. Vaught’s first grade class took a multimodal approach during the ELA block. Students used shaving cream to review this week’s spelling patterns.
🐝Community Support🐝 AES faculty and staff would like to thank Holman Mortuary and Cremations (Headland & Abbeville) for providing snacks! We appreciate your support.
🐝⛺️ 5th Grade Social Studies🐝⛺️ Mr. Wilson’s students created Indian shelter projects. Students then shared their projects, answered questions and displayed their work.
Please help us continue to bring awareness and honor Red Ribbon Week, Breast Cancer, and Down Syndrome Awareness Month October 23-27. Please note the themed days below.
Flashback to Flashlight Friday🐝🔦 Mrs. Bush’s 2nd grade class enjoyed reading in their favorite spot and with a flashlight!
Parent conferences will be held October 16. Please make sure that you have established a time with your child’s teacher. You may contact your child’s teacher via Remind or email. Report cards will be passed out during this time. Report cards not picked up on Monday will be sent home on Tuesday, October 17.
🐝🎙️Pre-K Announcement🎙️🐝Don’t forget to save the dates!
Thank you Ms. Williams and Mrs. Powell for a day of successful planning. Both volunteered to start off their Fall Break at AES to get a head start for the upcoming week. You’re greatly appreciated by your students and AES peers!🐝🐝
“Those who develop the ability to continuously acquire new and better forms of knowledge that they can apply to their work and lives will be the movers and shakers in our society for the indefinite future.” – Brian Tracy
🐝🍁September Jacket of the Month🐝🍁 Congratulations to our staff member of the month, Mrs. Vanessa Key!
“ She is always willing to help and go wherever she is needed. She’s a team player.”
School Picture Day at AES!!! Our boys and girls were dressed to impress today! Just a few of our jackets on today!🐝🐝 📸 🐝🐝
🐝🐝AES Jacket News You Can Use! 🐝🐝Check out this week's special guests!
Jacket News 10.4.23 AES Jacket News Special Guests: Pre-K
🐝🎃 October Important Dates🐝🎃 Report cards will be given out during parent conferences. We look forward to seeing you!
We also need your input. Please scan the QR code below or click the link to complete the parent survey. https://eprovesurveys.advanc-ed.org/surveys/ #/action/235257/24953
🐝Welome to AES!🐝 Join us in welcoming Mrs. Grimsley to AES!
“Hello! My name is Mrs. Jewel Grimsley and I am married to Lamar Grimsley. We have 3 children,12 grands,and 7 great-grands. I am so proud to be apart of the AES staff. This is a dream come true to keep working with younger children. I am currently attending Wallace Community College and seeking an associate in Early Childhood Education.”
🐝Welcome to AES!🐝 Join us in welcoming our newest member to the hive!
“Hello! My name is Michelle Powell. I graduated from Troy University and reside in Headland with my family and our chocolate lab. I am excited to announce that I will be joining the 4th grade team at Abbeville Elementary School! I strive to enrich the lives and minds of my students through connection and creating a safe and fun learning environment. I look forward to a great year being a part of the AES team!”
🐝Custodian Appreciation Day🐝 AES would like to thank Mr. Jarvis Parks and Mr. Austin Blackshear for their daily commitment. Our heroes were recognized on yesterday with a token of appreciation and certificate. Thank you for always ensuring that our school is clean and our students are safe.
**Special thanks to Ruby’s for serving a delicious meal!
🐝Cheerleaders, Football Players, & Superheroes🐝 Students concluded Attendance Awareness Month by dressing as their favorite superhero. Students and staff also cheered on the P*e Wee teams during a pep rally!
Show up! Dress up! Dress up like the past and show up for the future! 🐝
Our attendance is so bright we need shades! Congratulations to Mrs. Vaught’s class for having the highest attendance percentage and dress up participation.
🐝🌽AES Corn Roast🌽🐝 Thank you to HCS CNP and Dady’s Corn Roast for bring smiles and delicious corn to AES!
🐝Jacket News🐝 Here’s news you can use at AES!
Jacket News 9.25.23 AES Jacket News
👔🐝Show Up! Dress Up!👔🐝 We are here today and successful tomorrow! Students dressed in their future career attire.
🐝School Picture Day🐝 Check your child’s weekly folder for additional information.
Show Up! Team Up! Students and staff dressed in their favorite college attire. Congratulations to Ms. Kern’s 1st grade class and Ms. Cheatwood’s kindergarten class for having the highest attendance percentage and participation!
🌽AES Corn Roast🌽 Huge thanks to HCS CNP and Dady’s Roasted Corn for affording our students this opportunity.
Show Up! Attendance Matters at Abbeville Elementary School! Showing up on time every day is important for student success and learning growth. Missing only two days of school per month can make it hard for students to catch up, lead to lower academic skills in reading and math, and impact social relationships. When students are present, they are able to learn more, earn better grades, and stay on track for graduation and future success.
🐝Jacket Weekly News🐝 We are delighted to start the tradition of bringing weekly news tidbits for our parents and students! Here’s our first broadcast! Stay tuned for this week’s news you can use.
🎥 Written & Produced: AES Special Interest Class (Teacher: Beth Milton)
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