March 26 Update

March 26, 2020 Good Morning, The last three weeks have been a whirlwind for all of us.  Things that we took for granted late in February have become precious to all of us, as our country navigates this trying time.  The patience and understanding our community has shown to our…

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During this time

Hello Families,        I hope that everyone is doing well in the midst of this unsettling time.  Please know that we are all here to support you all in any way. Our priority is that you remain healthy and have balanced days that include maintaining skills and getting outside to…

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How Can We Help the KOALAS?

How Can We Help the KOALAS? Central School’s Second Grade Bushfires have ravaged Australia’s southeastern region, injuring and killing koalas and destroying their habitat. Before the recent fires, koalas were considered to be “under threat” due to deforestation. Koalas primarily live in eucalyptus groves. The koalas depend on these groves…

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Please Join Us For…. Central School’s Fifteenth Annual 100th Day of Giving to Benefit the South Berwick Food Pantry and End 68 Hours of Hunger Friday, February 14, 2020


Please Join Us For…. Central School’s Fifteenth Annual 100th Day of Giving to Benefit the South Berwick Food Pantry and End 68 Hours of Hunger Friday, February 14, 2020
   The students and staff at Central School will celebrate the 100th day of school by participating in an important community…

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Art News from Central School

Art News from Central School River Lily Betancourt, a 1st grader at Central School has a painting in the Maine Excellence in Arts Education Exhibition located in Augusta! The exhibition is beautifully installed in the Cross Building behind the Statehouse in various legislative committee rooms, the office of the Speaker…

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Snowmen at Central School

Kate Smith, the music teacher at Central School, said she had the good fortune of having morning opportunity (formally known as morning duty) on Thursday, January 16. The snow was perfect for snowmen.        She said she couldn’t keep up with all the snowman being created, and at one point there…

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Updated Emergency Procedures

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…

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Central School’s Students Prepare for the Maine Bicentennial Celebration on Friday, March 13th

 During the first two weeks of March, Kindergarten through third-grade students at Central School learned the Kinderpolka Mixer in music and physical education classes. Students in Kindergarten and first grade learned the Kinderpolka Mixer and students in second and third grade learned the Heal and Toe Mixer. Students will perform…

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