Welcome to J. S. Aucoin Elementary
Pre-K through Fifth Grade
Home of the "A" Mighty Lions!!
With an SPS Score of 106.1. We've achieved TOP GAINS by increasing our score 5.4 points!
This school year has been a very active one for staff, students, and parents alike. Our fall carnival is very popular and many people have expressed an interest in having a similar event in the spring. This year we have decided to create a Family Fun Day. This event will be held on Thursday April 13 from 12 pm - 2:30 pm. Family Fun Day will be strictly during school hours only for the families and students of JSA. We will have food and games similar to the fall carnival. The games will be different from the fall games as will some of the food. Tickets will be sold for 0.50 a piece to play the games and purchase food. Hopefully this year will be a success and we can continue to have and improve on Family Fun Day in the future.
The Garden Club has added five fruit trees, and two more raised beds. We hope to have more students join next year! If you are interested in the Garden Club please contact Ms. Elrhanjaoui in 5th grade. We meet during PE once a week or every two weeks along with after school twice a month. Club members are responsible for taking care of the garden.
For Students: "The secret of being HAPPY is accepting where you are in life and making the most out of every day." -Unknown
For Staff: "Don't carry your mistakes around with you, their weight may crush you. Instead, place them under your feet and use them as stepping stones to rise above them." -Unknown
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