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.


Miles of Smiles, Ltd. is a traveling dental group which will be at Ashley Grade School on Wednesday, April 17 and Thursday, April 18. Forms were sent home to be completed for Miles of Smiles. If you have a child in Kindergarten, 2nd grade or 6th grade who does NOT yet have their dental form turned in and COMPLETED, this exam satisfies the state’s mandated requirement. If you have a child in 1st or 5th grade, now is also a good time to have the mandated requirement completed for the upcoming school year. This program is NO COST to the family.

If you have any questions regarding the Miles of Smiles program, please feel free to call the school office at 485.6611.

Please note students in Kindergarten, 2nd Grade and 6th Grade are required to have a dental exam on file in the school office no later than May 15, 2019. Failure to do so may result in the school holding the child’s report card until one of the following occurs: the child presents proof of a completed dental exam or the child presents proof that a dental exam will take place within 60 days after May 15.


February Students of the Month

Front Row (L-R) Audrey Vohlken (4th Grade), Wyatt Sanders (Kindergarten), Lily Czerniejewski (1st Grade), Lily Elder (2nd Grade) and Logan Smith (3rd Grade). 

Back Row (L-R) Gauge Lanham (5th Grade), Summer Klein (6th Grade), Sylas Ridgeway (7th Grade) and Richard Davison (8th Grade).
Congratulations to our FEBRUARY 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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