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Did you know???

Kansas won the award for the most beautiful license plate for the wheat plate design issued in 1981.

Sumner County is known as The Wheat Capital of the World.

Kansas produced a record 492.2 million bushels of wheat in 1997, enough to make 35.9 billion loaves of bread.

2018 Atchison County Spelling Bee Participants bee



Box TopWe will have a Box Top and Best Choice label competition from January 8th thru January 31st, 2018.

**Please note...the Campbell’s label collection program has ended with the Campbell’s Company. Please do not continue to send those labels. 

*Clip all excess paper from the Box Top symbol and Best Choice barcode

*Send the Symbols to school in individual baggies or envelopes so they can be placed in the appropriate containers in the classrooms. 

The grade that collects the most wins an ice cream sundae party!

***All of the money earned from the labels goes towards the PTO activities for the students. 



Yearbooks are on sale! Order yours by Thursday, March 8th!

Yearbook cost: $15.50


math night

Math Family Fun Night will be held on Monday, February 5th at the elementary school from 6:00-7:30. This event is open to all families grades Kindergarten through 6th. Hope to see you there!

cupidValentine’s Parties will be held on Wednesday, February 14th @ 2:30 




No school

No School on Monday, February 12th

Presidents DayNo school on Monday, February 19th in observance of President’s Day



No school on Wednesday, February 28th due to the Big 7 crayonLeague Forsenics tournament being held at the junior/senior high.



Your child needs to be dressed warmly as the temperature drops. It’s time to dig out the coats, hats, scarves, and gloves. We do have outdoor recess as often as possible so the kids can enjoy the fresh air. 

If you do not have access to a heavy winter coat, please contact Lindsey Cordell at 913-833-4420 or

Quick reminders:

*The Elementary doors open at 7:30 a.m. during the week. Students are allowed in the building at that time.  Please keep this in mind as your child leaves the home or when you drop them off at school.

*Breakfast is served from 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.

Click the link below for additional morning drop-off information. 



Behavior on the Bus:

If seat belts are available on the bus, buckle up

Don't speak loudly, make loud noises or yell; that could distract the driver

Stay in your seat, facing forward with your feet on the floor

Keep your hands and feet to yourself. Fighting and picking on others creates a dangerous bus ride

Don't put your head, arms or hands out the window

Keep aisles clear of books, bags and instruments

Get your belongings together before reaching your stop

Wait for the bus to stop completely before getting up from your seat




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Tiger Proud Assemblies for Students in Good Standing

Grades 3rd-6th

Monthly assemblies will be held to celebrate the academic and behavioral accomplishments of our elementary students.

Expectations follow:

  • No D’s or F’s in any class
  • No missing assignments
  • No detentions
  • No office referrals

Tiger Proud Assemblies for Students in Good Standing

Grades 1st and 2nd

Expectations follow:

  • No D’s or F’s in any class
  • No detentions
  • No office referrals


Tiger Proud Assemblies for Students in Good Standing


Expectations follow:

  • No more than 3 reds for behaviors within the month


Those students not meeting the above expectations will not attend the assembly for that month. Each student will start fresh for the following month’s assembly.

Any students unable to attend the assembly will be given additional time to work on academics or reflect on behavior choices with teachers in the classroom. Our elementary faculty believes each student at ACCES has the potential to succeed.


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