Emergency Procedures and Protocols

Dear Members of the Marshwood Community,

At various times throughout the year, our region experiences both anticipated weather events such as snow storms, wind and ice storms as well as unanticipated emergency events such as power outages.  In the fall of 2012, the district worked together with the Emergency Management Directors for both Eliot and South Berwick, each town’s Chief of Police, Fire Chief and Public Works Directors to develop a coherent set of emergency protocols and a communication system for both anticipated weather events and for unanticipated emergency events.  These clear protocols essentially require me to gather as much information as possible to make an informed decision regarding our schools’ opening, closing or delayed start times before 5:30 a.m. and then to communicate any change to our usual school opening times to over 2,600 contacts.

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MEF Unplugged May 31st

We have amazing young talent in our community…come check it out! Marshwood Education Foundation Please join us in MHS auditorium May 31 at 4pm for an afternoon of FUN as local, talented teen musicians bring music to your ears to benefit Marshwood Education Foundation!

Hike Through History Brings Students Back in Time

By Ralph Morang news@seacoastonline.com May 28. 2015 Photo Gallery Photos by Deb Chttp://www.seacoastonline.com/photogallery/SO/20150528/PHOTOGALLERY/528009999/PH/1 In Photos: This year’s theme for the hike is Childhood. Deb Cram/Seacoastonline SOUTH BERWICK, Maine – Each year, Central School students, joined by the third grades from Eliot Elementary School and Seacoast Christian School, explore life of …

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