Welcome to Ashley Grade School
              Where Every Child is Important

Our Mission

The mission of the Ashley Elementary School is to be committed to reaching the goals of all students at their learning level. 

It is important that the parents and other community leaders play an active role in helping all students reach their highest possible level of learning. 

The faculty is dedicated to participating in staff development opportunities that will enable us to be trained, effective teachers that will be able to meet the educational needs and challenges of all our students.

Our Vision 

The vision of Ashley Elementary School, District #15, is to provide educational experiences that will enable all learners to become successful, productive responsible citizens and lifelong learners in an ever changing world.  The district will provide all learners with an opportunity to achieve educational skills to compete for jobs in the twenty-first century.

Class of 2019

Seated (L-R): Richard Davison III, Emily Ketchum, Kenna Brake, Aubry Lanham, Alexia Joseph, Arielle Hirsch and Cadie Baugh.

Standing (L-R): Bella Bennett (Marshal), Austin Goldsmith, Bailey Clark, Xavier Pigg, Braden Cobb, Joseph Metcalf (Valedictorian), Hannah Beshears, Cameron Warnick (Salutatorian), Mickala Chartrand, Trey Payne, Trout Dohrmann, Riley Raymer, Ann Marie Zoeckler
and Jaylin Stofferahn (Marshal).

May Students of the Month

Front Row (L-R) Cole Feltman (2nd), Gracie Geimer (1st), Parker Ingram (K) and Grace Dollman (3rd).
Back Row (L-R) Jacob Zapp (4th), Sawyer Hughey (5th), John Mulvaney (6th), Kaylynn Mulvaney (7th) and Mickala Chartrand (8th).
                                
Congratulations to our MAY students of the Month! Each month, teachers from each grade level nominate a student who displays positive behavior on a daily basis. We are proud to recognize these students each month who, by their actions, set a positive example for others within the school.



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