AHS students out learning about careers, spending time job shadowing.
Learning and teaching new games in Experiential Learning!
Arrow Junior High Knowledge Bowl is off to a good start. The team above took home third place at the 24 team meet on Monday, October 14. They competed along with 2 other Ashby teams and student from Lake Park-Audubon, Brandon-Evansville, Wheaton, Alexandria, Henning, and Campbell-Tintah. Knowledge Bowl is a fast-paced academic challenge game similar to Jeopardy. The senior high season kicks off in December. Pictured above l to r are: Brookelinn Finkelson, Ivy Aufdencamp, Quynn Berhens, Melody Larson, and Brock Dewey.
Juniors & Seniors attend the MN National College Fair with Mrs Johnson and Mr Peterson.
Long slide show...
It's Springtime at APS - time to perform!
Cooking Chaos....8th-grade Edition!
Mrs. Welch's kindergarten class say goodbye and wish Miss Andrea well as she leaves us for another opportunity!
To: Staff, Students, and Parents of Ashby Public School
From: Superintendent Niemann
Re: Calendar Revision for the 2018-19 School Year
As you are aware, the 2018-19 school year has been a challenging year in regards to the weather. Due to blizzards and extremely cold temperatures, Ashby Schools experienced four school closing days, six two hour late starts, and one 12:30 early out. Knowing that instructional time is important for student achievement and for various other reasons, the Ashby School Board, in cooperation with Supt. Niemann, made the tough decision at the March 20th school board meeting to utilize the four scheduled “make-up” days which are designed into our annual school calendar to extend the school year and make up for lost instructional time. As such, students in grades K-11 will now be required to attend school on May 28th, 29th, and 30th. Additionally, pre-school will also not be in session during the extended days. This school year extension will NOT affect the scheduled May 26th graduation ceremony and seniors will not be required to return to school after that date.
Alan Niemann, Superintendent
Ashby Public Schools, ISD 261
Sledding is especially fun in fresh snow!
Wait, what, that looks like a pretty big elementary kid... nope, it is Principal Moore taking a turn on the hill!
The Cat in a Hat was at APS celebrating I Love to Read month with students!
Ashby students working as a team on the fluid power team challenge at ATCC.