The USDA is allowing Amherst Schools to offer onCampus students breakfast and lunch at no cost to families from September 23, 2020 until the USDA funds run out. Please review for more information!
Powers Elementary School
The major goals of our school are to help students become proficient readers, self-disciplined and self-directed in problem solving tasks by developing a curiosity and a desire to use learning for personal enjoyment. The learning climate created by the cooperative efforts of students, teachers, and parents shall provide opportunities for social, physical and academic growth.
The staff of Powers School also recognizes the need to help all students develop a sense of responsibility, self-worth and respect. We are concerned that each student develop the skills necessary to become a well-rounded, independent learner, able to work in a responsible and cooperative manner.
We acknowledge the power we as educators have over the lives of children and recognize parents as partners in their child’s education. We hope to use our energies cooperatively to nurture children.
We hope each child goes home each day having learned something new and feeling good about his or her day with us.
The building is open to students at 8:50 a.m. Our school day begins promptly at 9:00 a.m. Car riders are dismissed at 3:35 p.m., and bus riders begin boarding buses at 3:45 p.m. Office hours are from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Welcome! My name is Brian Teppner and I am the principal of Powers Elementary School. I come to Amherst with 21 years of educational experience, including nine years as a principal at the elementary and middle school levels. I was most recently the principal of McKnight Middle School in Washington State’s Renton School District. In addition to my previous administrative roles, I spent seven years on Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s STEM Education Innovation Alliance and served on the Renton School District’s Special Education Advisory Committee. I am a graduate of Central Washington University as well as Lesley University in Cambridge, Mass., where I earned my Master of Education. I love working at Powers and being a member of the Amherst community!
Please review this Lorain County Public Health Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document for Lorain County Schools.
The Amherst Exempted Village School District is launching a Technology Family Support website to assist eCampus and onCampus parents and students with everything related to the digital world of education!
The Amherst vs. North Ridgeville Football game tonight will be broadcasted LIVE on the Amherst Exempted Village Schools YouTube Channel. Good luck Comets!!
Please review the "Check Your Symptoms at Home" video from Lorain County Public Health!
Please read this post for an update on the Amherst eCampus Plan which has been posted on the Restart webpage.
Please see this news item regarding a video from Dr. Patty Manning, Chief of Staff at Cincinnati Children's Hospital, and a district video updating the start of the 2020-21 school year.
AJH Drama Club presents Through the Looking Glass! The show will premier on YouTube on Saturday, August 29th at 7:00 p.m. and there is only ONE performance!