2017-2018 AES Faculty and Staff. NBC 12's Andrew Frieden visits AES. 3rd graders made Friendship Sushi! AES students visit Jamestown. Gentlemen's Club heading out for their final dinner. AES Field Day 2017! AES students waving goodbye on the last day! Three students collaborating about a project. AES students visit York River State Park.
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Dear AES Families, Welcome to a new school year!  Summer has once again come and gone quickly.  I trust that you were able to spend time with family and friends and are ready to embark on a new and exciting year.  It is a privilege ...

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School News

SOL Schedule Change! Change

Due to Friday’s closing, the SOL schedule will be as follows: 

Monday, 21st - VA Studies 

Tuesday, 22nd - Math 3

Wednesday, 23rd - Math 4 Part 1

Thursday, 24th - Math 4 Part 2

Friday, 25th - MAKEUPS

Tuesday, 29th - Science 5

 


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AES Hits A Homerun! baseball

AES students attended the Richmond Flying Squirrels Game on Friday night as a reward for reading The Lemonade War earlier in the school year!


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Field Day! field day

Although it was a little windy, last Friday was the perfect day to have Field Day! Students enjoyed playing tug of war, running relays, and spending time with their classmates!


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Career Day Fun! career day

Career Day participants from all over the state of Virginia joined us at AES the Friday before Spring Break! Students loved hearing about allt he various types of jobs they could possibly have in the future! It was a great way to connect our schools and community!


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Spring Break springbreak

Spring Break will be April 2-6 for students and staff.


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Happy School Counselors Week counselor

Happy School Counselor Appreciation Week to Mrs. Donna Pitts! The image below describes Mrs. Pitts perfectly here at Acquinton. Mrs. Pitts has the student's best interest in mind everyday and always steps up to the plate in times of need. Thank you for all you do Mrs. Pitts!


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Flu Letter

Dear Parent or Guardian:

We have entered the time of year when we see influenza (flu) and other respiratory viruses at school.  This year, KWCPS has seen an increase in the number of documented cases and we want to let you know what steps we are taking to keep our school community healthy and how you can help.  Our custodial staff is taking additional precautions to ensure that common areas within our schools are properly sanitized to minimize the spread of germs.  And, as always, staff encourages students to regularly wash and/or sanitize their hands to prevent children catching the flu or cold.

Respiratory infections, such as the flu and common cold, are spread when people come in close contact with sick people and inhale airborne droplets, or come in contact with contaminated surfaces.  Flu and cold symptoms can sometimes be difficult to tell apart.  Please review the chart below for a comparison:

To view the letter in it's entirety, please CLICK HERE

 


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NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURE

 

The HHMS renovation is underway. Construction crews have begun demolition of the school board offices and will then begin the construction of what will be the 6th grade wing. Starting TOMORROW, Wednesday January 24th,  the access road from Rt. 30 to AES will be closed until further notice.  Therefore, all traffic coming to and from AES will need to use Acquinton Church Road.  We realize that this is an inconvenience for our families and we appreciate your patience as we make much needed improvements to the HHMS facility.


Spelling Bee spelling bee

 

Congratulations to the Acquinton Elementary School Spelling Bee winners: Abby Dobson, Harmony Robertson, Isabella Bonifacio, Tranay Carter, and Cammie Heller.

All AES students participated in classroom spelling bees. The classroom winners then competed in the school spelling bee on December 14. The five school winners will advance to the King William district bee, competing against the five school winners from Hamilton-Holmes Middle.  The county bee will be held on January 9, 2018 at 4:00 at Acquinton Elementary. The district champion will represent King William County Schools in the Richmond Times-Dispatch Regional Spelling Bee on Saturday, March 10, 2018 at the Library of Virginia in downtown Richmond.


"Welcome to Virginia" concert

We could not be more proud of our 4th graders last night for performing their concert, "Welcome to Virginia!" Great job 4th graders!


York River State Park Field Trip thirdgrade

Third graders had a wonderful time at York River State Park! They found fossils that they could keep as a souvenir!


Battle of the Books! battle

Our Battle of the Books is well underway! Diary of a Worm won the first battle and Two Bad Ants won today! Who will the winner be?? We shall wait & see! 


Fourth Graders Participate in STEM Activity stem

Fourth graders recently participated in a STEM bottle flipping activity!


Homecoming Spirit Week at AES! pennant banner

Next week is Homecoming Spirit Week at AES!!

Monday: U.S.A: Wear RED, WHITE, & BLUE

Tuesday: African Safari: Wear ANIMAL prints

Wednesday: Polar Region: Wear ALL WHITE

Thursday: Relax in the Caribbean: Wear TROPICAL clothing (no bathing suits)

Friday: Back Home: Wear BLACK & GOLD


King William NAACP Donates Supplies NAACP donates to 3rd grade

Many thanks to the King William NAACP for donating school supplies to all eight classes of 3rd grade! We are so thankful for the support from our community!


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