Winter Clothing

Winter snow and freezing temperatures have arrived. We have many children coming to school without boots, gloves, hats, coats and socks. We support opportunities to play outside and all students need to have warm clothing every day. Please make sure your children have proper clothing as they leave for school each day.

If your family is need of assistance with winter clothing, please let the office know.

If you are able to donate gloves, coats, hats, boots or socks, we have students who could use your support.

Attention Parents: Inclement Weather Bus Schedule

Athena-Weston School District bus routes cover approximately 420 miles per day. The longest two bus routes are each 90 miles round trip and cover the mountain and upper river. These routes may be impacted due to drifting snow, freezing rain, flooding or plowing schedules.

A Special Thank You

These two lovely ladies crafted 73 winter stocking caps for students of Athena-Weston School District. We love our community!

Thank You so very much, Susan Rachor and Doreen Munck!

Family Night Event Was a Big Success

Fall Family FUN Night was a HUGE success! Thank you to our generous sponsors for making the event possible! Please consider doing business with these local partners. 

Here's a recap:

  • Over $1,000 raised for Quincy Stanford!
  • TONS of fun had by well over 200 people
  • 50 Volunteers
  • S.T.E.M. fun. all. night. long!
  • Parents/Teachers/Community Connecting


School Start Time

Just a reminder that AES has a new start time this year, 8:00am. This is a change from last year's 8:10am. Please make sure your kids are at school on time, as school starts promptly at 8. Thank you!

Arrival & Dismissal Traffic Flow

To ensure student safety please note the following student pick-up and drop-off procedures.  It has been brought to our attention that there is confusion concerning where to park when dropping off and picking up students. 

*The pick-up/drop-off zone in front of the school is for BUSES ONLY.

*The parent pick-up/drop-off consists of two locations: