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  • AES Title I Stakeholder Survey

    AES Families:

    Click  here to provide input on the AES School Improvement Plan, School-Family Compact, Parent Engagement Plan, Title I Budget, and Building Staff Capacity.


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  • Spring Title I Parent and Family Engagement Input Opportunity

    Join us on Thursday, May 18th @ 3:30pm in the AES Media Center to provide input on the following:

    • AES School Improvement Plan
    • AES Parent and Family Engagement Policy
    • School-Parent Compact
    • Building Staff Capacity
    • Parent-Family Engagement Budget
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  • Gold Medal

    Ascend Education announced recently that Mr. Austin Goggans at Armuchee Elementary School will receive a 2023 Gold Medal!

    The was established in 2010 to honor the schools or districts that best demonstrate a dedication to ensuring that all students become successful at math. The strategies employed by this year’s Gold Medal honorees made use of Ascend Math, an online individualized math instructional resource, to address unfinished learning, accelerate math learning and outpace growth targets. 

    In his submission for Armuchee Elementary School Austin Goggans wrote, "My students enjoy getting on Ascend! Ascend allows us to offer each student instruction on the level they are currently at while also offering students the chance to advance beyond their deficiencies." 

    “Congratulations to Armuchee Elementary School students for the perseverance and hard work that led to their exceptional results,” said Kevin Briley, CEO of Ascend Education. “We are extremely proud of the important job the educators at Armuchee Elementary School are doing to help their students succeed in math, gain confidence, and positively advance in life.” “This year we have heard countless ways in which schools have addressed unfinished learning using Ascend Math. These educators reported grade level growth, improved test scores, and many other positive touch points and outcomes. We are so thankful for our Gold Medal schools, what they are doing to support their students and the ways they have shared their models to help other educators accelerate math learning.” 

    Armuchee Elementary School will be featured on the Ascend Math website throughout the next year and receive a plaque commemorating their success. The complete honor roll can be viewed at https://www.ascendmath.com/ascend-math-gold-medal-2023/ 

    About Ascend Math® 

    Ascend Math is personalized online math instruction that provides each student with a unique study path through skill gaps at each level. Individual study plans are prescriptive, adaptive, and automatically assigned. In addition, Ascend Math provides all the interactive instruction each student needs. Students using Ascend fill skill gaps quickly and often improve one to two grade levels the first few months. Real time data makes progress monitoring easy and gives teachers a quick snapshot on what needs to happen next.

    Ascend Math is written to rigorous state standards. Instruction is delivered in a logical math sequence and students can progress at their own pace and track their own progress and success. Ascend Math® is currently used by hundreds of schools and districts serving more than one hundred thousand students throughout the U.S. and Canada. Visit www.ascendmath.com 

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  • Congratulations to Sgt. Wacker for being awarded School Resource Officer of the Year at the annual SRO recognition luncheon at the BOE. 

    Sgt. Wacker

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  • Parents,

    You can recognize our staff members for a job well done. Please use this link to send a staff shout-out!



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  • We are excited to welcome back parents for lunch! Each day, 2 parents per lunch period will be able to book a lunch appointment using our online lunch booking calendar. If a slot is taken, you will need to select another date. Click here to book: aeslunch.youcanbook.me.


    You will receive an email confirmation to remind you of your lunch appointment. Please arrive at your child’s exact lunch time on the date that you booked. You will need to sign in at the front office with your Driver’s License before reporting to the cafeteria. Visitors are welcome to go to the cafeteria but will not be able to visit other areas of the school at this time. 


    If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact the school office at 706-802-6758.



    We look forward to seeing you soon!AES Lunch

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  • How to Pay for School Meals:
    First, please apply online for reduced/free by completing the application at
     www.floydboe.net.  You may be surprised and qualify.  As you know, every penny makes a difference.  We encourage everyone to apply online for an immediate qualification response.  
    At www.floydboe.net website, there is a link to a nutrition program called My School Bucks for online payment, or you may send in a check with your child's ID # in the memo and write breakfast/lunch.  Put it in an envelope with your child's name and the teacher will get it.  It will be turned into the cafeteria.  
    Please make sure your child's ID is on the check and in an envelope with their name on it.
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  • https://drive.google.com/file/d/10eOcyPmblzWAFHPaJvxE7g7tz9r6cPnx/view?usp=sharing



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  • New AES Parent FAQs

    AES parents/guardians,

    Click  here for important information that may answer several questions you have about the new campus and new procedures for the 22-23 school year.  

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  • New AES Assistant Principal:

    Elliott AP

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  • 2022 AES Open House Information:

    2022 AES Open House

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  • 2022 - 2023 AES Supply List

    2022-2023 School Supply List

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Mission Statement

  • The mission of Armuchee Elementary School is to discover, to develop, and to demonstrate our highest potential as students, as educators, and as a Tribe.