Girls Basketball dedicated to honing their skills! Saturday Morning Girls Basketball Drills and Skills with Mr. Mickelson and Mrs. Johnson
Grades 4th - 12th enjoy a day of snowboarding and downhill skiing at Andes Tower Hill.
Players and spectators enjoyed an evening of family entertainment at the Donkey Basketball game on Monday night.
New rodeo stars will be born during the wild and crazy "DAIRYLAND DONKEY BASKETBALL SHOW" Monday, December 3rd starting at 7:00 pm! It's basketball played on real, live donkeys and it will be wilder that a rodeo and funnier than a circus! All local players will be riding, so come and see someone you know try to ride a donkey and play basketball at the same time. It's a thrill a minute, a spill a minute! Lauch as you've never laughed before at the wild and crazy Donkey Basketball show!
This fun-filled show is sponsored by the AHS Basketball programs. All proceeds will be for the benefit of AHS sports. Advance tickets available from players or from the Ashby School Offices. Tickets may also be available at the gate. (If not already sold out!)
The kindergarten class proudly posed for a picture before their Thanksgiving feast wearing their pilgrim hats and bonnets. The students and their families enjoyed a delicious sit down meal consisting of stew, cornbread, and pumpkin pie. The class helped make the entire meal along with help from Mr. Steenblock and the 9th grade class.
Kindergartners carving pumpkins!
Some of the students participating in the College Fair and tour of U of M were Kalista Aamot, Austin Schroeder, Victoria Walker, Sami Schlotfeld, Madison Bailey, Benton Stadsvold, Tae-Yah Johnson, Autum Bitzan and Bradley Anderson.
Thanks 8th graders for representing the Ashby Arrows well, showing an appreciation for art, displaying integrity and having a good time and at the Terry Redlin Art Center! You are an amazing class with many good years to come! Winners of the 2018 drawing competition are:
1st place: Emma Erickson
2nd place: Brodie Ecker
3rd place: Kennady Skougard
Honorable mention: Bradee Christianson
Honorable mention: Ethan Johnsrud
But there were many more winners not listed above who took a big step in personal growth in art creating and a job well done! Proud of you.
Thank you so much!
Ashby students benefit from the generosity of friends and strangers!
People from the community and from around the state and region generously donated money so every Ashby child in pre-k through 2nd grade will receive a scholastic book each month for the entire school year. What we hoped would be just a little something special turned in to an incredible example of how our community continues to support our students at all levels!
Celebrating Principal Moore's first Birthday with us at Ashby!
Apple Taste Testing in 2nd Grade for Johnny Appleseed Day.
Our awesome senior boys showing their support at the girls volleyball game!
On Friday September 21st the 8th grade & High school art classes made trips to Battle Lake to visit the Art of the Lakes Art Gallery. They did credit lines of several artworks each and wrote about the media choices. They were to look at one style OR media that they might want to try. The purpose for the trip was to expose students to works of art from local artists, see the variety of media that one can do art with, and to get ideas on new projects they might want to try. We had a good time, students enjoyed it and they represented Ashby well. Proud of them!
Dana Jesnowski of the Urbank Lions stopped by the Ashby School today to drop off a generous donation of $250 plus 250 pencils for our elementary!
Left to right.
Christian Norby, Aanika Anderson, Brad Anderson, Elli Johnsrud, Dakota Ecker, Josey Ness.