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  • At-Home Art - March 31, 2020

    Email a picture of your drawing to Mrs. Schaeffer.  I'd love to see your real pets or your dream pets!

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  • Week #2 of Alternative Learning Opportunities! Monday Morning Message from Mrs. Grimes

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  • Featured Books - Read by Staff - Day #7

    Good morning! While you are learning at home, I will be sharing with you a few books read by our own ACES staff.

    AND after you listen to these books (maybe more than once) don't forget to sign on to your Accelerated Reader Account and take the quiz- (Don't tell your teachers - but I will allow listening to these books count towards your points!)

    Book #12:   Mrs. Pargas reads The Day the Crayons Came Home by Drew Daywalt. The Crayons are scattered all over the world and in Duncan's house. 

    Mrs. Pargas reads The Day the Crayons Came Home

    Book #11:   Mrs. Ordnung reads There is a Monster in you Book by Tom Fletcher. Look out, there is a monster in this book!

    Mrs. Ordnung - There is a Monster in Your Book

    Book#10:   Mrs. Lesh reads Burger Boy by Alan Durant. This is a book about a boy who only likes burgers and one day he turns into a burger. 

    Mrs. Lesh - Burger Boy

    Book #9:    Mrs. Hoffman reads The Wide Mouth Frog  by Keith Faulkner,​​​​​​. The frog is very interested in the eating habits of others until he meets someone who thinks he would taste delicious! 

    Mrs. Hoffman-Wide Mouth Frog

    Book #8: Mrs. Froehlich reads Bark George. George, a dog, cannot figure out what he is supposed to say.

    Mrs. Froehlich - Bark, George

    Book #7: Mrs. Grimes reads Mortimer by Robert Munsch. This was my son's favorite book when he was little. This book is about a little boy who would much rather sing his rowdy song than go to sleep.

    Mrs. Grimes reading Mortimer

    Book #6:  Book #6: Mrs. Ellis reads No, David! A fun book about a five year old boy who gets into mischief. This is one of my favorite books!!

    Mrs. Ellis - No, David!

    Book #5:  Book #5: Mrs. Davis reads Library Mouse. This is a story about a little mouse that lives in the reference section of a library.

    Mrs. Davis - Library Mouse

    Book #4:  Mrs. Atoe will be reading We Don't Eat Our Classmates by Ryan T. Higgins. This is about the first day of school of a tiny t-rex dinosaur.

    Mrs. Atoe - We Don't Eat our Classmates

    Book #3:  Mrs. Atchity will be reading Tacky the Penguin by Helen Lester. Tacky is an odd bird who marches to his own beat but the other penguins find out he is a good bird to have around.

    Mrs. Atchity - Tacky the Penguin

    Book #2 is titled UNDERWEAR! by Jenn Harney. Mrs. Svendsen and her son Grayson will be reading this funny book about a little bear and his underwear!

    Mrs. Svendsen - UNDERWEAR

    Book #1 is titled Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. Below is the link for you to watch Superintendent Lawrence read that book - this is one of his favorites!

    Superintendent Lawrence - Where the Wild Things Are

    Happy Listening! 

    Mrs. Grimes

     

     

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  • Coronavirus 3/27/20

    A Message from Mr. Lawrence

     

    March 27, 2020

    Dear Avenue City Parents, Students and Community,

    The Coronavirus situation continues to expand.   The United States now has the highest number of confirmed cases.  

    Because the virus is just now beginning to creep into our communities of NW Missouri, we are extending our school closure until April 27, 2020.  We will set the tentative return date for that day. As the situation expands, additional announcements will be made via our website and PTO Facebook page.   If you have not included those two areas into your contact lists, please do so. 

    A more detailed explanation of the tentative return date will be included on the Facebook and school website pages.   I encourage you to view it. Feel free to criticize the messenger.  

    Stay safe, stay healthy and God bless!  

    Don Lawrence

    Superintendent of Schools

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  • Reading Challenge

     

    On March 23, 2020 the Avenue City School changed their model of instruction because of COVID-19. 

    However - Reading is still a main focus of our students and school. Mrs. Grimes is keeping track of how many books her students are  reading while they are at home during this time.  

     

     

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  • Apply NOW for Available 2020-2021 Position

     

    Apply NOW for Available 2020-2021 Position(s):

    • Cross Categorical Special Education Teacher2020-2021 school year. We are looking for a highly qualified, innovative, and motivated teacher. The professional must be able to cooperatively work with others as part of a team, must understand developmental learning levels of all ages, and be willing to work on professional development skills to stay updated on current and effective teaching standards and protocols.  Professionals that apply must have knowledge of special education process, paperwork, and assessments; organizational skills that allow that all mandated timelines will be met; and the ability to implement individualized education programs.  The teacher must be aware and be able to teach content-core standard, maintain the high quality standards of the district, develop and implement curriculum standards, and be an independent and futuristic thinker. Candidates who are interested in a positive school environment and working with a professional group of educators are highly encouraged to apply. 

    Avenue City School is currently growing in number of students, high academically performing school, a Missouri Gold Star School, has been accredited with Distinction in Performance since 1999, and often appears on the Missouri Top 10 School List. Avenue City offers competitive salaries, excellent location, small student/teacher ratio, and a positive learning environment. 

    This position will be removed when the successful candidate has been identified. Avenue City School District is an equal opportunity employer.

    Applications available at phone: 816-662-2305 or email: bgrimes@avenuecityschool.org

    Please send completed packet including application, letter of interest, resume and transcript to: 

    Avenue City School

    c/o Principal Rebecca Grimes

    18069 Highway 169

    Cosby, MO 64436

    Click here to download and print application: Certified Staff Application

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