The Mental Health Team at AES, (Psychologist and Guidance Counselors) welcome you to the beginning of this New and Unique School Year 2020-21. We are with you in these challenging times to guide and support you and our students.
We are committed to providing healthy and safe school meals, regardless of the instructional setting (traditional in-person/remote or virtual) for school year 2020/21. For free and reduced meals, parents should fill out an application that will be available on your school's website.
Meals and a la care items will be offered daily for purchase from the school cafeteria.
Meals for purchase are available at designated school distribution points yet to be determined.
For parents convinience, schools intend to distrubute 2-5 days' worth of meals.
No meals will be distributed if payment is not received prior to or on the day of meal distribution.
|Students will go through the serving line, receive a meal served touch-free in a portable container, and eat their meal while maintaining social distancing.|
|REMOTE: SAME AS VIRTUAL|
If you have questions, please contact your local School Meals Coordinator.
|Grade||Start Time||End Time|
|K - 5||7:45 a.m.||2:15 p.m.|
|Pre-K AM Session||7:45 a.m.||10:15 a.m.|
|Pre-K PM Session||11:45 a.m.||2:15 p.m.|
Office Hours: 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Breakfast begins at 6:45 AM
To educate, engage, and empower each student to succeed in a dynamic world.
We care, we share, we learn. We'll find success at AES!
By June, all students will improve their reading comprehension, construct meaning from text across the curriculum as measured by the selected system-wide assessments.
Selected Intervention: Open-Ended Questions
By June, all students at Antilles Elementary School will improve their mathematical problem-solving skills and their ability to compute accurately using operations that match the problem across the curriculum, as measured by selected system-wide assessments (PARCC, Grades 3, 4, and 5) and by local assessments (Think Central/Go Math, Grades K to 5).
Selected Intervention: Number Talks
November 05, 2019
On October 31st AES held a "Careers Day Parade". It is one way to encourage students to explore their interests and passions as an extension of their academic program, and in the process better understand themselves and their community Read More