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ASMS

Middle School Grades 6-8
Innovative Teaching
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Experience the magic of "Annie JR." as the beloved comic strip comes to life on stage in this adaptation of the Tony Award-winning Best Musical. Follow little orphan Annie on her courageous journey through 1930s New York City as she charms hearts and foils the plans of the wicked Miss Hannigan. With roles for all, including orphans, servants, and tourists, this middle school musical promises to captivate audiences from May 16th to May 18th at 171 Cedar Arts Center.

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Eighth-grade student, Reed Fuchs out-spelled 84 other students from 50 schools around the Southern Tier, the Buffalo area, and Northern Pennsylvania at the 14th Annual Corning Rotary Spelling Bee at Corning-Painted Post Middle School on March 9. He competed against students from first to eighth grade in the spelling bee in a total of 13 rounds. Seventh-grade ASMS student, Sharon Hwang took second place. Reed will represent the region while competing in the 2024 Scripps National Spelling Bee. The 2024 Scripps National Spelling Bee takes place May 28, May 29, and May 30, 2024, and will be held just outside of Washington, D.C.  
For those eager to support Reed on his journey, mark your calendars to visit spellingbee.com starting May 1, 2024. There, you'll find access to the competition schedule and broadcast details for the 2024 Scripps National Spelling Bee Finals. Let's rally behind Reed as he embarks on this exciting opportunity to shine on the national stage!

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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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