Message from our Principal, Michael Grenda

The Academy gets ”Pinked Out” to support Breast Cancer Awareness

On Wednesday, October 18th students and staff showed their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Academy was “Pinked Out!” Students and staff came decked out in pink shirts, pink socks, pink shoes, pink wristbands and even pink hair!  Click here to learn more about Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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Even Dogs Like to Read a Good Book!

On Thursday, October 5th, we had our second visit with the Academy’s emotional support dog, Tucker. So far, he has visited all of the fourth grade classes. The cadets had the opportunity to either read aloud to Tucker in small groups or listen to a story while having their turn for his visit. The academic…

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End of the Month Celebration

At the Academy, we like to celebrate our students’ successes, their growth, and accomplishments. We want to encourage each of our cadets to push themselves harder to set themselves apart and maintain a growth mindset. On Friday, September 29th we celebrated with our cadets during our first Monthly Celebration. Classrooms were recognized by each of…

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Discover Day of Service

On Friday, September 15th, our fourth grade cadets had the opportunity to participate in some hands-on S.T.E.M. activities, during the Discover Day of Service. The Academy was fortunate to have volunteers from Discover join our cadets for a day of fun and learning. Cadets built towers out of spaghetti, learned about chemical reactions, and created…

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AJKA Represented in the 2017 Excellence in Character Award

Administration and staff at AJK nominated two individuals from who represented the best overall character at the Academy in the Lake County Excellence in Character Program. 3rd grade teacher, Mr. James Truelove was nominated as he has truly inspired his team of teachers and our cadets around what it takes to be successful here at…

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AJKA Raises Money for St. Baldricks

Over the last couple of weeks AJKA asked all cadets to bring their spare change in to support the St. Baldrick’s Foundation and our teacher Mrs. Irene Ducharme. St. Baldrick’s is a not for profit organization that raises money to help find a cure for childhood cancer. For the last few years, Mrs. Ducharme has…

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AJ Katzenmaier is a 4-5 grade level center rooted in the core values of High Attendance, Rigorous Academics and Outstanding Citizenship. Our community school has established a welcoming and dynamic environment for all stakeholders.

AJK Mission Statement
AJ Katzenmaier: Meeting cadets where they are and advancing them forward.
AJK Purpose Statement
To establish a vehicle for change through a shared vision that upon leaving, our cadets will take with them an intrinsic belief in self and the value of knowledge.
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