AES Science Olympiad Competition Team
Alpharetta Elementary was one of 25 teams that competed on Saturday, March 21st at the Fulton County Science Olympiad (pictured above). Team coaches were TAG teachers, Mrs. Maryann D'Amelio and Mrs. Susan O'Brien.
The following students placed in the competition:
Adam L. and John W. placed 3rd in Water Rockets
Drew D. and Evan S. placed 4th in Don't Bug Me
Ryan G. and Audrey W. placed 6th in the Straw Egg Drop
Ellary R. and David E. placed 7th in the Straw Tower event
Michael M. and Evan S. placed 8th in the competition for Starry, Starry Night
Alex J. W. and Ryan C. placed in Mystery Architecture
Drew D. and Annabelle L. placed 9th in the Grasp A Graph event
Ryan C. and Ben W. placed 9th in Which Way is North
Students who participated in competition:
Camille B., Oliver S., Aiden D., Kylie M., Reid B., Zoey C.
Students who participated in team meetings:
Jace W., Brandon N.
During their team meetings, students learned a lot about science, team work, and good sportsmanship!
Kindergarten Round-Up - Tuesday, March 31
Next year's Kindergarten parents can bring their Kindergarten children to our annual Kindergarten Round-Up, March 31 at 8:30 AM. Children will participate in a tour to see a school bus, hear a story in the media center, see a classroom, and have a treat in the cafeteria. Please meet in the cafeteria.
Spring Pictures - April 2nd!
Alpharetta Elementary Team Goes "Over the Edge" for Special Olympics
An AES team consisting of principal, Adam Maroney, Stacia Hastings, Amanda Groover, Wendy Bendit, and Kathleen Blackburn will go "Over the Edge" for Special Olympics Georgia on May 2nd. The team will rappel 20-stories off the Buckhead Tower in support of this event.
To raise funds and awareness for Special Olympics, the AES team held a "Stuck for a Buck" fundraiser. Students were able to purchase pieces of duct tape which they then used to taped Mr. Maroney to the wall.
To make a donation to support our AES team, please go to
Charter Schools FAQ
Need quick information about the Charter System? Click here to read Fulton County's Frequently Asked Questions information sheet.
Fulton County Schools' charter system status officially began on July 1, 2012. As a charter system, the district is well positioned to drive system-wide gains in student achievement by unleashing the innovative energies of our local school leaders and their communities. Please take a moment to view this video and white paper to learn more about the exciting work that is happening through Fulton County's charter system status!
You must re-register every year to volunteer in a Fulton County school. Please go on line and re-register for the 2014-2015 school year. Below are the steps to register.
Register at the Fulton County Schools Volunteer Page.
Complete the mandatory online training.
- Complete the volunteer application.
- Wait for a confirmation email from Fulton County Schools.
Visit the school and begin volunteering.
Visitors to AES
In order to visit our school or another Fulton County school, you must be registered in our Raptor system. To register you must stop by the front office and have your license scanned into the Raptor system. Once you have done this you will be able to login as visitor or volunteer.