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Events

Event Calendar

Acton School - Class of 2018 Graduation

SHS - Class of 2018

Medieval Faire

5th Graders Helping Children of Uganda

Pre K Graduation

AES Ninja Warriors

Wildcat Press - May 2018

2018-05 May

Southern York County Nurses

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!

https://www.gofundme.com/omsuperheros

http://www.actonom.org/

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!

Middle School Readers

We are so fortunate this year to have a dedicated group of reading buddies from our middle school. These awesome students can be found in our Kindergarten and first grade classrooms before school starts every morning. They patiently listen to their young buddies read, and encourage them to keep growing and improving as readers. Kudos to all of them, and the difference they are making in the lives of these young readers!

READ With Me

Spelling Bee

Congratulations to 5th grader, Selene Michaud, and 8th grader, Caleb Cole, for placing 1st and 2nd in the Acton School Spelling Bee on January 12. Both students will be advancing to the York County Spelling Bee at Sanford Junior High on February 6. Good luck Selene and Caleb!

PBIS Ice Cream Celebration

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports is a program we are rolling out school wide to promote positive behaviors and mindset.

Last year we established voice level expectations.

This year we're set to roll out expectations for our hallways, cafe, recess, busses, and bathrooms.

When teachers notice students following these expectations they are given Cat Cash which enforces positive expectations.

Cat Cash is collected school wide with a goal set and once reached all students are awarded a prize.

At the end of each month several students and a teacher are randomly selected and awarded a prize.

As a reward for succeeding at accomplishing our hallway expectations were served ice cream by Mr Ross in a wig...

Or is that his natural color?...

Bus Routes

Here you'll find the updated bus routes.

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