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January 11, 2017

Boredom Buster: Winter Enrichment! Registration opens Friday, Jan 13

Bored Kids? Send them to Winter Enrichment!Are your kids weary of winter?  Sign them up for Winter Enrichment!

Polyglots can learn Spanish or American Sign Language.  Budding engineers can practice their Brick & Gear Engineering.  Animal lovers can become Jr. Zoologists. And your mathematician can add up fun playing Beach Ball Party, Funny Money and Glow-in-the-Dark City!

January 11, 2017

Reece Meyers wins Allendale Spelling Bee by correctly spelling "P-r-o-s-t-h-e-t-i-c"

Allendale Spelling Bee Winner & Runner-UpThere was nothing artificial about this win. Sixth grade student Reece Meyers is the Allendale Schools Spelling Bee Champion! He correctly spelled "Prosthetic" to edge out Runner-Up Gill Wooden, a seventh grader, for the win at the Spelling Bee, Tuesday evening at Oakwood School.

December 21, 2016

APS Holiday Helpers, community partners provide holiday assistance for 29 Families, 90 Children

Allendale Schools Holiday Helpers - provided Christmas for 29 families, 90 childrenThe Allendale Schools' annual Holiday Helpers program adopted 29 families, including 90 children this year!  Staff members are invited to take a tag from Christmas trees located in school offices and purchase an item for an Allendale student.

December 21, 2016

Holiday Giving By the Numbers: $3767.94 in Pennies for the Tanzania Global Giving Project

Penny represented Pennies Collected by our Students for CharityEvergreen, Springview and Oakwood students were invited to donate pennies to support students in Arusha, Tanzania. The Kito Pre & Primary Academy educates student from Pre-K through 4th grade.

December 19, 2016

Thank you, APS Artists, Families & Guests!

The annual Allendale Public Schools Art Show was a resounding success!  Thirty artists from across the district had work on display in the Ceglarek Fine Arts Center during the Holiday band and choir concerts. The artists enjoyed a large turnout of guests who viewed their work.

We would like to congratulate all artists who had work selected for the show," said Art Teacher Kayla Lindeman. "Thank you to all families and staff who stopped by the reception to support our artists."