Ardmore Parent Forum & Movie Night Join us at Ardmore on Friday, Jan. 20 at 5:30 p.m. In the library: PTSA will hold a Q&A and brainstorming session to prepare for the Jan. 25th community meeting with BSD, where we will discuss potential school closures or consolidations. Ardmore Principal Mrs. Gasaway will present staff priorities. […]
Ardmore School Coranovirus Updates PTSA General Meeting Call – March 23rd School has been canceled from March 13th-March 27th. For all of the up to date Bellevue School District information on Coranovirus, please see here: https://bsd405.org/corona-virus-covid-19/ In light of the current events and school closure, the Ardmore PTSA is extremely concerned for the well-being of […]
Ardmore Elementary Science Night 2020 Registration! This is the place to sign-up for the 2020 Ardmore Science Fair, which will be held on April 24th, 2020. Register by February 14th so that the PTSA has time to send you home with your free project board to present your project on. All of the information, with […]
Ardmore School News, December 2019: Library: Thanks to our wonderful students, parents, and community, the Ardmore Scholastic Book Fair was the MOST successful Ardmore Book Fair. We sold over 650 books, which means Ardmore School will receive over $800 in books, and still have Scholastic dollars to use to purchase books/materials throughout the rest of […]
PTSA Nominating Committee: Attention to all of our wonderful Ardmore parent volunteers: Ardmore PTSA needs 3 parent/community volunteers to help us find next year’s PTSA Executive Board members. As you may know, the PTSA, and all of the events and grants it supports, cannot exist without a secretary, treasurer, vice president and president. The nominating […]
October’s Theme was “Creepy Critters” Thanks to Owen (1st grade) for his minecraft spiders fighting real spiders across boats, for Vanya’s (2nd grade) Creepy Critter poetic story about monsters, Navya’s creative creature drawing (Kindergarten), Naomi’s (4th grade) 3-page graphic novel, and Wrenna’s (4th-grade) colorful Halloween animals.
Each week, students learn basic cooking skills while making dinner for their family! Students will create delicious dishes focusing on the importance of local ingredients, scratch cooking, and natural preservatives while practicing knife skills and kitchen safety. For more information, see http://www.rainydaydinnerclub.com/current-menu.html. Vegetarian options available on request. All meals are free of nuts, but may include foods […]