Adrian Elementary 507.483.2225
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schedule
3:20 Attendance
3:25 Outside for fresh air and free time
3:50 Snack Time
4:00 Planned events begin
4:55-5:00 Children Dismissed
upcoming events
September 11: Dragon Adventures begins!
September 11: September registration due
September 25: October registration due

October 18-20: No Dragon Adventures
October 30: November registration due

November 9: No Dragon Adventures (conferences)
November 11: No Dragon Adventures (conferences)
November 22-24: No Dragon Adventures (Thanksgiving)
November 27: December registration due

December 18: January registration due
December 22-30: No Dragon Adventures (winter break)

January 1: No Dragon Adventures
January 2: Dragon Adventures begins again!
January 15: No Dragon Adventures
January 29: February registration due
 
February 16-19: No Dragon Adventures
February 26: March registration due
 
March 19: No Dragon Adventures
March 26: April registration due
March 30: No Dragon Adventures
 
April 2: No Dragon Adventures
April 20: No Dragon Adventures
April 23: May registration due
 
May 18: Last day of Dragon Adventures!
In the event of an early release due to weather, there will be NO Dragon Adventures and a credit will be given to use towards future attendance.

Welcome to Dragon Adventures!

The AES After School Program.


 

The Dragon Adventures (Adrian Community Education After School Program) is for students in grades K – 5.  It is held Monday through Friday after school on all school days from 3:20 to 5:00.

The cost to attend is $3 per night/per student and you may register for one night, some nights or all nights.  This is a preregistered and paid in advance program.

If there is no school because of weather or if school is dismissed early there will be no after school.  Credit will be given for future attendance only on these circumstances.  Due to the cost of the pre-ordered snack and/or supplies for the given date, there will be no refunds aside from weather-related events, there is no credit given to not showing up. 

Please be prompt in picking up your child(ren) at 5:00.  In the event that school is cancelled due to the weather, there will be no after school program.

Students will be dismissed from their classroom teacher and will meet in the Lunchroom/Commons Area, where attendance will be taken, free play period, a nutritious snack, and then followed by a fun, structured activity.  It is sure to be a great time for all students!

Please remind your child(ren) that they are still in school and must obey the school/classroom rules.

Registration forms will be sent home monthly with the oldest child in Elementary School.

The program is coordinated and staffed by Jessica Dibbern along with additional staffing when needed.

For additional information regarding Dragon Adventures, please click one of the links below:

Adrian Community Education Programs available
About Dragon Adventures


While attending the After School Program, all children are asked to comply with the already existing rules of Adrian Elementary School, as well as the program rules.  In order to maintain a safe environment, we ask that you please review them with your child.

Dragon Adventures Safety Tips and Reminders




 

 
contact

Jessica Dibbern

Phone: 507-483-2225 ext. 101

Email: j.dibbern@isd511.net

important info

New this year!

On Wednesdays, we will be alternating weeks with STEM activities and 4-H activities.  Katie Klosterbuer from the Nobles County 4-H Program will be joining Dragon Adventures for another great year!  This is Katie's third year collaborating with Dragon Adventures, and will be here every other Wednesday beginning on October 11.

On the alternate Wednesday when Katie will not be at Dragon Adventures, we will be doing STEM (now called STEAM) activities - Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics.  STEAM lessons naturally involve art (for example, product design), language arts (communication), and social studies and history (setting the context for engineering challenges). STEM projects do not deliberately exclude the arts or any other subject; rather, these subjects are included incidentally as needed for engineering challenges.


For more information on STEM vs. STEAM, visit: http://www.edweek.org/tm/articles/2014/11/18/ctq-jolly-stem-vs-steam.html