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Intro to Art About Me collages Journalism students visit Central Park in New York City during a national journalism convention. During math class, a sixth grader uses a new library camera to take visuals for Mr. Tomlinson's shape scavenger hunt. A third grade student looks at a newly hatched chick. First and second graders work together in the LEGO classroom during Morning Choice. Mrs. Reyes helps her sixth grade English class with their assignment. Mrs. Lockhart helps a kindergarten student at one of the new elementary library stations. Preschool staff members proudly display their 5-Star Step Up To Quality Award banner. Mrs. Mabis holds a snake during the rain forest assembly. Leafy greens for the salad bar are ready to be harvested from the new hydroponic unit in the cafeteria. Broadcast journalism and STS students visit the live set of WTOL in Toledo. Congressman Bob Latta talks with Antwerp Local students at the "Flip of the Switch" grand opening ceremony for the solar array. Kindergarten students cheer during their very first Antwerp Archers pep rally! Dressed in crazy blue and white, third graders cheer loudly at the homecoming pep rally. New elementary principal Amy Hammer welcomes elementary students on the first day of school. Middle school students are anxious to walk the red carpet and enter the building on the first day of school. High school students watch the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21, the first day of school.


Morning Announcements

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Elementary Morning Choice Implementation Marble Run

Since the middle of last school year, first and second graders at Antwerp Elementary School have enjoyed and benefited from the implementation of Morning Choice. At the beginning of each school day, the first and second graders can go to a classroom of their choice to participate in various stations, including word games, LEGOs, art, dance, and hands-on manipulatives. The latest addition to the Morning Choice stations is a large marble run. 

Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten registration for the 2018-2019 school year will take place on March 22 and 23 during the school day. To schedule a time for your child, please contact Mrs. Kosch at 419-258-5421 ext. 2200.

Disc Golf Donation to Physical Education Department Disc Golf Donations

The Antwerp Local School physical education department recently received donations of about $1,000 worth of disc golf merchandise. The Fort Wayne Disc Golf Club donated two portable baskets, and players from around the Fort Wayne area donated over 100 discs. Disc golf is the fastest growing sport in the world. Participants throw a plastic disc into a series of metal baskets; the object of the game is to complete the course using the fewest possible throws. Physical Education Teacher Mr. Josh Hoeppner's ultimate goal is to create a 9 hole course on school grounds for student and community use.

2017-2018 Yearbook Order Forms 2017-2018 Yearbook Order Form

For the second year in a row, the Archer yearbook staff earned a First Place in the National Scholastic Press Association critique. The 2016-2017 We Are themed yearbook also won one mark of distinction in photography.

The Archer yearbook staff has chosen ALL IN as the 2017-2018 yearbook theme to represent the commitment our students and staff put in to make all of our programs successful. The yearbook staff wanted to show that Antwerp students aren’t just athletes or musicians or performers or students. In order for our small school to have the programs we have, our students have to be multi-talented; on that same note, a school our size gives students opportunities to participate in many programs rather than just one or two. You can purchase a yearbook until May 18, 2018.

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