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  Working together with our community to provide the highest quality education in a secure, positive, and challenging environment for all students.  We foster an atmosphere of cooperation with respect for individual differences and community values.

Welcome to Auburn Village School

  • AVS Virtual Scholastic Book Fair 3/1/21-3/14/21

    Date: February 24, 2021

    In collaboration with Read Across America, AVS will be holding a Virtual Scholastic Book Fair for Grades K-8, March 1, 2021 - March 14, 2021. To view a digital flyer highlighting popular titles, new titles, and a sampling of some of the books that will be available for sale click on the link below. https://bookfairsfiles.scholastic.com/flippingbooks/S21-Virtual-Booklist/S21-Virtual-Booklist.html#p=4 To preview author and book highlight videos click on the link below. https://players.brightcove.net/1543299976/LG9eJZeIF_default/index.html?playlistId=1681993227247157987 Once our AVS Virtual Book Fair goes live on March 1, 2021, this will be the link. https://www.scholastic.com/bf/auburnvillageschool1 Questions?  Email Mrs. O'Neil  aoneil@sau15.net

  • Third Grade Service Project

    Date: February 24, 2021

    The third grades thought about how difficult this pandemic has been for the homeless and reached out to their third grade neighbor, Terry Everett. Terry Everett is the founder of Anchors in Hope, a nonprofit that supports the homeless. Third graders collected items needed by the homeless (toothbrushes, deodorant, travel size items, gloves, socks). Then the students decorated brown paper lunch bags with positive quotes from the civil rights leaders they learned about, as well as other uplifting quotes and stuffed bags with a few items. Terry mentioned how she thought the quotes on the bags written by the kids...

  • 7th Graders enjoy a trip to the Lowell Mills-virtually

    Date: February 22, 2021

    After reading the book, Lyddie by Katherine Paterson, the seventh grade class enjoyed a virtual field trip to the Lowell Mills. They followed the journey of a mill girl from her family farm in the New England countryside to her new job operating a loom in Lowell’s Boott Cotton Mills. Students met two mill girls during their virtual visit to the boardinghouse and weave room, learning about each girl's unique experience of life and work in a textile mill, and experience for themselves a bit of what it was like to work in the mills. After the trip, they learned...

  • Congratulations to our Auburn Art Contest Winners

    Date: February 12, 2021

    Congratulations to our Auburn Town Art Contest Winners. Their spectacular works of art will be featured in the 2020 Town Report. First Place Nabh Patel Second Place Anna Stanton Third Place Bridget Johnson Fourth Place Delaney McCarthy

  • Lynn Lyons: February 11th 6:00 pm via Zoom

    Date: February 10, 2021

    This is a reminder about our fantastic guest speaker, Lynn Lyons, who will be presenting Thursday evening 2/11/21 at 6:00 p.m. via zoom.  Lynn will presenting about how to help our children during these uncertain times. NOW What? How to Manage Emotions During Uncertain Times Description:  This parent-focused presentation offers positive, action-based strategies to help parents manage their children’s worry, disappointment and uncertainty over our current challenging environment. Using creativity, connection and energy, parents (and educators) will learn how to increase flexibility, support the tolerance of uncertainty, and emotionally equip themselves and those they love as we all move through this unique time. Please use the Zoom ID 603483 2769  to enter the meeting. Handouts...

  • No School

    Date: February 09, 2021

    Due to pending storm, AVS is canceled today 2/9/21.

  • COVID-19 Update

    Date: February 08, 2021

    Dear Auburn Village School Families and Staff, Today we received notification of a confirmed COVID-19 case at Auburn Village School. Since the individual has not been in the building for an extended period of time, the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services has advised us that no other action is necessary at this time. The safety of our children, employees and visitors is the District's top priority. To ensure your health and safety, we have been following CDC guidelines for cleaning and disinfecting for our high-traffic areas and frequently touched surfaces. Read more