School Lunch Program Update

Marshwood Schools Published by Vicki Firme Stewart · 5 hrs · MAINE SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRICT NO. 35 Serving the communities of ELIOT & SOUTH BERWICK Mary C. Nash, Ph.D. Superintendent of Schools As a school district, our top priority is the education and well being of the children of MSAD …

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Office Hours and School Calendar

District Schools and Office Status All district schools and offices are open for the 2016-2017 school year. February 20, 2017 – President’s Day – Schools and Offices Closed February 20 – 24, 2017 – February School Vacation    NormalCentral School Office Hours:  Monday – Friday 7:00 am to 3:00 pm …

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Tomorrow’s Hike for History will be Different!  It’s a Special Ethan Strong Hike and Hikers will be Wearing Specially Designed ORANGE Shirts to Honor Ethan

This article by community member Amy Bevan will tell you more about Ethan Ethan Fahey,  South Berwick Boy Battles Leukemia By Amy Bevan news@seacoastonline.com November 11. 2015 Ethan Fahey is a second-grader at Central Elementary School in South Berwick, Maine, and is surrounded by his classmates who wear “Ethan Strong” …

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The Hike Through History is Coming: Central School’s Third Grade Students Visit the Old Berwick Historical Society’s Counting House

It’s started! Yet another year of gloriously celebrating our South Berwick heritage, beginning with hands-on interactive presentations at the Counting House Museum this morning. The culmination, after a month of research and practice: Hike Through History, on May 25 th ~ 8th graders from Marshwood Middle School and mentored 3rd …

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Central School’s Outdoor Classroom

Bill Rogers’ video shares the great success of Central School’s Outdoor Classroom. A wonderful project with support from so many many friends of Central School. The MEF, Central PTO, MSAD School Board and more more more!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgnVfCDQU30&feature=youtu.be

Additional bus stops for Central School and Great Works Schools students will be added in the most highly student populated areas of downtown South Berwick.

Just prior to the Thanksgiving break and again just after the break, Principal Nina D’Aran requested that parents use the South Berwick library parking lot on Young St. to drop off and pick up their children that attend Central School.  Although we appreciate efforts of those who have complied with …

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