Atkins Elementary School
Gary Roberts, Principal
5903 Lee Highway
Atkins, VA 24311
Our Mission is: We Will Learn.
AES students participated in an assembly on Tuesday, March 4, in honor of Dr. Suess's Birthday. The Cat-in-the-Hat and Thing I & Thing II made appearances. The Cat-in-the-Hat read Green Ham and Eggs to the audience. The students enjoyed the assembly.
Marion, Virginia - January 13, 2014 - Atkins Elementary is taking the lead for student health by participating in a nationwide wellness initiative, by receiving grants Monday night at the School Board Meeting. Community-focused and fun, "Fuel Up to Play 60" is activating schools and communities to support school wellness initiatives, good nutrition and physical activity, which help educate students and curb obesity. In partnership with the National Dairy Council (NDC) and the National Football League (NFL), Sugar Grove and Atkins and its students are recruiting friends, parents, teachers and business and community leaders to join them in pledging to adopt healthier behaviors, such as choosing foods encouraged by the United States Department of Agriculture, which has also joined the initiative, and committing to 60 minutes of physical activity every day.
Congratulations to AES's Teacher-of-the-Year for 2012-2013 - Mrs. Sheri Gregory!
In order to better serve our parents and community, Smyth County Schools Food Service Program has invested in a web-based cafeteria application called My School Bucks. This application enables parents/guardians to view their child's lunch account status, including account balance, meals eaten, and a la carte/extra items purchased. Parents will also be able to make online payments.
There is no charge to view a student account status; however, the company does charge $2.50 to process each online payment.
To create an account, click the My School Bucks link above. You will need your child's six-digit cafeteria ID number to complete the account setup. Registration is free. New students will receive their cafeteria ID number at the time of registration or on the first day of school.
Atkins Elementary collects Box Tops for Education to raise money for our school! Remember, they are worth 10 cents each! At the end of each month we have a random drawing for a winner FROM EACH CLASSROOM! COLLECT YOUR BOXTOPS!
Now, more than ever, schools need extra financial help to provide our kids with a quality education. The Box Tops for Education program helps us earn necessary funds for our school!
Last year we received an amazing check for $1,397.50! That amount was collected TEN CENTS AT A TIME! YOUR BOX TOPS MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Donít let ONE Box Tops be thrown away! Watch for them on these products!
|Atkins Elementary School is participating in the "Food City School Bucks" program. However, Food City has changed the program. They do not want us "collecting" receipts this year. When you purchase items at Food City - ask the cashier to credit the amount to Atkins Elementary School. Each year you have to sign up for that school year's program, so please sign up to credit Atkins Elementary with your purchases. Thank You.|