The Eliot Stories Project is Complete

After months of research, interviews with town elders, and field trips into the community,  second grade students at Eliot Elementary School unveiled the mural they created entitled “Eliot Stories”. Students worked with artists in residence Laurie Downey and Gretchen Berg from The Local Stories Project. In collaboration with classroom teachers…

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Kindergarten Screening

Dear Families, We wanted to give you a “heads-up” about the start of the new school year well in advance so that you can plan accordingly. This only applies to the incoming Kindergarten students for the 2017-18 school year. This fall, kindergarten students will have the opportunity to come to…

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On a Hike Through History in South Berwick

Wednesday, May 31 By Ralph Morang news@seacoastonline.com for photos and video go to: http://www.seacoastonline.com/news/20170531/on-hike-through-history-in-south-berwick SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — The 23rd annual Central School Hike Through History was celebrated Wednesday. Each year, classes fan out throughout town seeking historical sites of people from South Berwick’s past, portrayed by Marshwood Middle School…

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The District budget meeting is over. What happens next? Video Response by Dr. Nash and Text Below

The District budget meeting is over. What happens next? Use the link below for a video response from Dr. Nash http://www.rsu35.org/blog/2017/05/22/the-district-budget-meeting-is-over-what-happens-next/ The District Budget Meeting is over. What happens next? Text of the video response by Dr. Nash:  The District budget meeting is over. What happens next? On Wednesday, May…

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School Resource Officer: Jeff Upton

SRO Jeff Upton Serving RSU #35 and the Town of South Berwick jeff.upton@rsu35.org https://sites.google.com/a/rsu35.org/school-resource-officer-jeff-upton/   This site is set up to be a resource to the entire RSU #35 community in both South Berwick and Eliot.  It is not all inclusive of the issues that our students and parents face…

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Eliot Elementary PE Teacher Andy Gray Returns from Capitol Hill After Advocating for Health & Physical Education

NEWS RELEASE For more information, contact: Andrew Gray- andy.gray@rsu35.org Eliot Elementary PE Teacher Andy Gray Returns from Capitol Hill After Advocating for Health & Physical Education SHAPE America Members Will Ask Congress to Fully Fund Title IV, Part A ESSA Grant Eliot, Maine April 28, 2017 —  In response to…

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Eliot Elementary News

First, I would like to thank our EES Community for your kind words, patience, and support this week. The recents events have been difficult, but your support was greatly appreciated.  Thank you! The Early Release Thursdays will be discontinued so that some Snow Days can be made up without impacting…

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4/20/2017  Eliot Elementary School  (207) 439-9004 Fax (207) 439-5380     Dear Parent or Guardian, This letter is to inform you that a student in our school community has been diagnosed with parapertussis.Parapertussis is a bacterial illness that is spread from person to person, usually through coughing or sneezing. Although…

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Eliot Boy has Canine Guardian Angel

Eliot Boy has Canine Guardian Angel March 17   By Deb Cram dcram@seacoastonline.com for photos and video go to: http://www.fosters.com/news/20170317/eliot-boy-has-canine-guardian-angel ELIOT, Maine — Five-year-old Wesley Rolston has a guardian angel. His name is Bear and he’s a service dog who has already saved the little boy from danger. Bear visited Eliot…

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How Are School Districts Preparing For LePage’s Proposed Education Cuts? Listen to Superintendent Dr. Mary Nash respond to this question: http://www.tinyurl.com/mm46f82

How Are School Districts Preparing For LePage’s Proposed Education Cuts? Listen to Superintendent  Dr. Mary Nash respond to this question: http://www.tinyurl.com/mm46f82  How Are School Districts Preparing For LePage’s Proposed Education Cuts? By ROBBIE FEINBERG • 2 HOURS AGO Listen Listening…    http://www.tinyurl.com/mm46f82 3:04 / 3:13 How Are School Districts Preparing…

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Classmate’s Limb Loss Spurs Young Readers

By Deb Cram seacoastonline.com For video and photos:  http://www.seacoastonline.com/news/20170303/classmates-limb-loss-spurs-young-readers ELIOT, Maine — Youngsters at Eliot Elementary School are accustomed to the annual service project associated with Read Across America. Year after year, students raise money by reading, which motivates them to pick up books and teaches them to think unselfishly…

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Registration for 2017 – 2018 PreKindergarten and New Kindergarten

ELIOT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Registration for 2017 – 2018 PreKindergarten and New Kindergarten  Maureen Goering – Principal 1298 State Road, Eliot, ME 03903 Phone: 207-439-9004 Fax: 207-439-5380  Registration for PreKindergarten and new Kindergarten students will take place at Eliot Elementary School on the following dates: Thursday, March 2nd 4:00 – 7:00…

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Dr. Mary Nash, Superintendent for the Marshwood School District, has been Named Maine Superintendent of the Year.

Shawn St. Hilaire/Fosters.com November 1, 2016 By Judi Curriejcurrie@seacoastonline.com SOUTH BERWICK, Maine — The superintendent for the Marshwood School District is receiving statewide attention. Dr. Mary Nash, Superintendent of Schools for MSAD35 has been selected as Maine’s School Superintendent of the Year for 2017. MSAD35 includes all grade levels for…

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Special Olympians Shine in Rain

By Brian Early  bearly@seacoastonline.com  May 05. 2016 Fioana McGarrell of the Marshwood Hawks participates in the running long jump at the York County Special Olympics held in Kittery on a wet Thursday. Deb Cram/Seacoastonline KITTERY, Maine — Despite the cold temperatures, wind and occasional sideways rain, participants and spectators were…

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All Day Kindergarten in MSAD 35 (Prepared by the MSAD 35 Kindergarten Task Force)

Benefits of an All Day Kindergarten Program Enough time to master the Kindergarten standards. Opportunity to engage in deeper exploration and active learning experiences More opportunity for small group and individualized instruction More relaxed, less hurried school day Provides all learners with equal learning opportunity Early intervention saves money in…

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