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Middle School Grades 6-8
Innovative Teaching
ed Learning

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In a celebration of musical talent and dedication, the students of ASMS have made their mark at the Steuben All-County Band and Chorus Festivals. Their hard work and commitment throughout the school year have earned them well-deserved recognition.

Festival A, hosted at Hornell High School on March 3-4, 2023, and Festival B, held at Bath Middle School on March 17-18, provided platforms for these hard-working musicians and vocalists to showcase their skills. A total of 40 ASMS students participated, with 18 at Festival A, 29 at Festival B, and many talented individuals attended both events.

Their outstanding performances not only reflect their dedication to honing their craft but also the support and guidance provided by ASMS faculty. As a community, let us extend our heartfelt congratulations to these remarkable students for their accomplishments. Here's to the bright future ahead for these aspiring artists!

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ASMS brings awareness to the hunger needs of the southern tier! Our goal is to raise $2500+ for the Food Bank of the Southern Tier’s BackPack Program. Backpacks help feed almost 4,000 hungry students in our community during weekends and school breaks. Please bring items to the ASMS lobby for donation. 


Recommended items: Boxed macaroni and cheese, peanut butter, individual servings of cereal, pop-top cans of fruit or vegetables, pop-top canned tuna or chicken, and pop-top canned soup. 


This is our chance to make a difference and showcase the strength of our community. The Food Bank will accept monetary donations via their virtual food drive. Or you may bring donations to the front desk at ASMS: cash or checks payable to “Food Bank of the Southern Tier” in an envelope labeled Backpack Program Food Drive. Thank you for being a part of the Hunger Backpack Challenge – where every donation counts and every act of kindness creates ripples of change. The fundraiser closes on March 28th.


$5 donated = can feed a child over a weekend

$25 donated = 6 children

$50 raised = 12 children

$100 donated = 24 children

$250 donated = 60 children


ASMS recently hosted its annual 6th-8th grade Spelling Bee in an intense showcase of linguistic mastery. After navigating through twenty rounds of challenging words we exhausted the study list and reverted to an additional list of words from Scripps. Four students made no errors until round 25, and the school champions emerged as Sharon Hwang and Reed Fuchs. Sharon, 7th grade, and Reed, 8th grade, demonstrated an impressive command of language, earning them the titles of School Spelling Bee Champions. As they prepare to represent ASMS at the regional level, we extend our heartfelt congratulations to Sharon and Reed, and wish them the best of luck in the next stage of the competition. Kudos to all participants for their commitment to academic excellence! 

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