Books, Books, Books

Lindsay Schuessler Donor Support, Events, SLPS

Recently the Salvation Army made a huge donation of books to Adams for our free book shelves. Instead of recycling the books they gave them to us to allow students to reuse them (we are so green!). They donated over 700 pounds of books. Reading is a really big deal at Adams and any time students have a bit of …

Adams Chefs in Training

Lindsay Schuessler Donor Support, Enrichment Activity, Events, Student Success

The Roving Chef, a program where guest chefs adopt a local school district, stopped by Adams. The chef makes planned visits to designated schools for the purpose of creating a focus on healthy meals while helping to educate students about sound eating habits and food preparation. Students who demonstrated good character and good behavior participated in the activity. Students learned …

Friends of Adams Open House

Bill Wichman Donor Support, Enrichment Activity, Events, Staff Accomplishments, Student Success

On Thursday morning, October 1, Adams Elementary hosted the first of what we hope is many Friends of Adams Open Houses. This was a chance for people wanting to learn more about FOA to see the beautiful school first hand, meet the principal, Mr. Coleman, Academic Instructional Coach, Lindsay Schuessler and other staff members. Guests were given tours of the …

A Shoe Story

Kimberly Sharp Donor Support, Enrichment Activity, Staff Accomplishments, Student Success

Through the “Steps to Success” program, Assistance League St. Louis partnered with Shoe Carnival to provide 92 Adams students with BRAND NEW footwear! Seasons are changing, feet are growing, and unfortunately, sometimes students don’t own appropriate footwear. “Steps to Success” made a difference by providing adequate footwear to those in need. Adams students were full of smiles and beyond grateful. …

Thank You, Maritz!

Lindsay Schuessler Donor Support, Enrichment Activity, Events

On August 20th, a group of Adams teachers and staff were invited to the Maritz offices in Fenton to pick up a donation of supplies. Not knowing what to expect, the Adams team members arrived and were blown away by piles and piles of much needed supplies: headphones, hand sanitizer, tissues, post-it notes, copy paper, notebooks, folders, crayons, markers, and …