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Event Calendar



READ Program

Budget Preparation Time Line for FY2019-2020

Jan 22rd -5:00PM Budget meeting - Review Warrant Articles

Jan 29th - 5:00PM Budget meeting - Review Warrant Articles

Feb 12th - 5:00PM School Committee meeting & Budget meeting: Review Warrant Articles

March 5th - 5:00PM Budget meeting (if needed)

March 12th - 5:00PM School Committee deliberations with Warrant and Finance Committee

March 18th - Budget due at Town Hall for Selectmen's meeting and signed warrant

April 2nd - Tuesday 7:00PM Special Town Meeting on School Budget

Wildcat Press - December 2018

2018-12 December

2018 - Winter Concert

Brian Beeler Memorial Tree

Brian Beeler was the Superintendent for the Acton School Department several years ago. He loved the school and especially the children.

Even as he was in the hospital fighting leukemia he continued to finalize the 2009-2010 budget.

He passed away on April 25th 2009.

Each year since the Beeler Family has donated a Christmas tree to the Acton School in his honor.

This year they supplied the biggest tree ever!

Thank you Beeler Family and Happy Holidays.

Read and Sign the Student Handbook Online


*Student Handbook


2018 - 6th Grade Camping Trip

Trunk or Treat - 2018

Wildcat Press - October 2018

2018-10 October

International Talk Like a Pirate Day

International Talk Like a Pirate Day (ITLAPD, September 19) is a parodic holiday created in 1995 by John Baur (Ol' Chumbucket) and Mark Summers (Cap'n Slappy), of Albany, Oregon,[1] U.S., who proclaimed September 19 each year as the day when everyone in the world should talk like a pirate.[2] An observer of this holiday would greet friends not with "Hello, everyone!" but with "Ahoy, maties!" or "Ahoy, me hearties!". The holiday, and its observance, springs from a romanticized view of the Golden Age of Piracy.

Flu Season

The flu clinic is scheduled for Friday September 28th beginning at 10am.

Permission forms will be going home and need to be returned by the 25th.

Welcome our newest members to the AES family

Left to right: Stacy Rozek - Ed Tech 3rd-5th, Mary Ellen Blodgett - Social Studies 6th-8th, Sharon Pray - Special Ed Director, Amanda Cormier - Office Manager, Krista Zachary - Ed Tech K, Christie Hall - Social Worker, Lori Lodge - Assistant Principal, Jonathan Morse - Custodian

Student Handbook

*Student Handbook

Bus Routes

*Bus Routes

Acton School - Class of 2018 Graduation

SHS - Class of 2018

Medieval Faire

5th Graders Helping Children of Uganda

Pre K Graduation

Wildcat Press - May 2018

2018-05 May

Spring Concert

OotM Team Going to Worlds

Acton School's OM team The Balsa won First Place and the coveted Dube Award (given for a perfect score in all categories judged – in this case 4) in the state team competition on Saturday, April 7, 2018 at Biddeford High School.

Now they hope to raise enough money to go to the World competition.

Please help if you can!

AES Drama Club

The AES Drama Club performed “The Locks Sisters and the Three Raptors” at the school assembly on April 6th

The club did a fantastic job with this tale of three time-traveling sisters who wander into the home of Mama, Papa and Baby Raptor!