Due to road conditions and overnight low temperatures, all schools will be on a 2 hour delayed opening Friday, March 6, 2015
Anne Hutchinson Mission Statement
At Anne Hutchinson Elementary School, each child is unique and will be accepted, appreciated, nurtured and educated according to their individual needs.
Our school and community will encourage our students to become lifelong learners and contributing members of society.
We believe every student needs to be developed and challenged intellectually, emotionally, physically and socially.
Through their education at school, students will gain the skills, strategies, and desire necessary for continued learning. They will also develop a strong sense of responsibility for themselves, each other, their community, and the earth.
The AH Forum
The talented group of third, fourth and fifth grade students from AHS and Greenvale who participate in the Young at Arts after school program performed a wonderful concert at AHS on Thursday, February 12. The children sang songs from musicals including Matilda, The King and I, The Sound of Music, and Peter Pan. They were joined by Broadway performer Olivia Oguma, who delighted the audience by singing both solo and with the children. Olivia also led a question and answer session about her experiences in theater and film.
Valentine’s Day Concert
The Senior Citizens of Lake Isle were treated by our Grade 5 String players to a Valentine’s Day Concert this past Thursday. Special thanks goes to Ms. Suzanne Greene for her arranging this event every year and of course, to our Grade 5 Orchestra members who did a fabulous job. The Senior Citizens were delighted with the program and enjoyed our talented students.
From the Art Room!
Spotlight on 5th GradeStudents in 5th grade art class were treated to a special event of Japanese Calligraphy! The JAC-( Japanese Activities Committee) taught the students about the history of Japanese calligraphy along with how to write their name in Japanese. Students also learned two Kanji characters and used a special seal to sign their artwork. A special thanks for all the hard work the JAC did to bring the students this wonderful presentation...The students had a great time!
REMINDER-CHANGE OF DISMISSAL
School is in session from 8:33 AM to 3:00 PM.
Please remember to:
Send a note (with the date, print your name and your
signature) to your child’s classroom teacher for any change in
dismissal for a particular day.
If your child is out sick, you ...Read the rest of this topic
Jonathan Kruk is a career storyteller for children, who has been inspiring active listening and vivid imagining full time since 1989. Jonathan provides schools with creative programs which meet curricular goals and exceed language arts & social studies standards by engaging kids.
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The Halloween Parade will take place on Friday afternoon, October 31st from 2-2:30 outside on the field. Parents may view the parade from the field and in front of the building. In case of inclement weather, parents may sit in the auditorium and students will file in. Students ...Read the rest of this topic
Wow... what a night! Over 350 parents and children were present at our first Olympic Event “Math Night” on Wednesday, October 15th. Students and their parents were taught math games that strengthened their skills and were introduced to multiple math websites that provide computation practice. ...Read the rest of this topic
Welcome to the AH 2014-15 Curriculum Olympics In an
effort to foster and strengthen our Home/School Partnership,
we are inviting parents and students to participate in a series
of events focusing on student learning and achievement. Our
Curriculum Olympics will feature five events throughout the
On the evening of September 11th, we held our Open House where parents were given the chance to visit their child’s classroom. We had a very successful PTA Expo beforehand and parents were able to join PTA, SEPTA, buy AH sportswear, and sign-up for committees. During the Principal’s ...
Field day this year will be Friday June 13th with the rain date being Monday June 16th. All students should dress to participate in physical activity and protect themselves from the sun. Parents are invited to join in the activities at 11:30AM and to stay for our school picnic which ends at 1:00pm. The cafeteria will not be open on field day and all students are asked to bring a bagged lunch or make arrangements to receive lunch for the picnic. We hope to see everyone there!