Submitted by Kelley Sampson

Arnoldsburg Elementary students have been working very diligently with increasing student achievement by learning and reviewing grade level content standards and objectives.

AES currently offers Math and Reading tutoring, Computer, Recreation and Arts/Crafts.

The students participated in a school wide survey to express their wishes for new classes. There were several students who wanted a dance class, soccer, football, cooking, guitar, Spanish, and art. These proposals will be taken into consideration to offer during the upcoming Heads Up sessions.

The next Heads Up! session will not begin until after the beginning of the year.

Funding for this 21st Century Community Learning Center is provided wholly or in part by a grant from the United States Department of Education under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Title IV Part B, with grant administration carried out by the West Virginia Department of Education.

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