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  • summer camp
     
     Amite Elementary Magnet School is hosting a communications summer camp for students ages 5-8.  Students will participate in FUN learning activities and experience the magic of broadcasting.  Enrollment is open to all, but preference will be given to those living within the magnet boundaries.  Spacing is limited to 20 students.  Click here for the application.  You can email, mail, or fax your application to Dr. Lisa Gros at 985-748-8609.  You may also bring your application to the school in person.  We would be happy to provide a private tour of the campus.
     
     
     
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  • CONGRATULATIONS  
    Tech Squad
     
    Are you interested in joining AEMS Tech Squad?
    Contact Mrs. Steward or visit the PBL website

    Moriah Woods, Gracie Walker, Jasmine King, Taniya Washington,
    Timothy Downing,  Neveah Zanders, Malorey Slocum, MiKayla Foster, Dante Dotey (leader)
     
     
       
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  • Students prepare to deliver school news  
     
    Are you interested in attending AEMS
     
     for the 2015/2016 school year?
     
     
     Limited Space is still available!
    Contact Dr. Lisa Gros at 474-8318
    for more details

     
     
     
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  • 4.17 ww
     
     
     
     Warrior Winners   April 17, 2015
    Christian Quinn (PK)
    Braydenn Ballard (K)
    Kendall Perkins (1)
    Jarvis Brider (2)
    Mark Washington (3 - not pictured)
     
     
     
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  • Getting his trophy
     
     Congratulations to Nicholas Kyzar for winning
     first place in the 2015 Spelling Bee!
     Nicholas competed in the District 
     Spelling Bee on March 2nd at SELU.
    He placed 14 of the top 100 spellers in the
    district.  Mrs. Brabham presented Nicholas with
    his trophy before an auditorium filled with his peers
    and family.  AEMS is so proud!
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  • Read in
     
     The 2nd Annual African American Read- In was
     launched this week with guest reader, 
     State Representative John Bel Edwards
     (candidate for Governor of Louisiana.)
     He read Great Black Heroes: Five Notable Inventors
    by Wade Hudson to Mrs. Delishia Wilson's 3rd grade class. 
     
     Read
     
     Mrs. Delores Topps read Messy Bessy 
     by Patricia & Frederick McKissack and
     Peter's Chair by Ezra Jack Keats to 
     Mrs. Jana Smith's 1st graders. 
     
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  • Lawson
     
    Teacher of the Year
     
    Congratulations to Mrs. Becky Lawson!
     
     
    Lawson  
     
    Mrs. Lawson's Kindergarten Class
     
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  • For a list of school suppliesby grade level, click below:
     
    Supplies
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College & Career

Ms. Cook, Ms. Kupper,

Ms. Holliday, & Mr. Porter
wore college Tshirts
to support
College & Career Readiness Day
on Thurs., Oct. 2nd.
 
Milk Day!
Kindergarten students,
Sanovia Williams &
 Kaleah Wicker,
smile with their
milk moustaches
on World School Milk Day.
 
 
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