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 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. Continue reading

Marshwood High School  Students Participate in the 2018 Hosting Young Philosophy Enthusiasts Conference  at UNH

  These Marshwood High School  students participated in the 2018 Hosting Young Philosophy Enthusiasts Conference (H.Y.P.E.)  at UNH on Thursday 3/15/18 Ruby Albers Stella D’Aran Melanie Dube Emily Entz Michaela Flanders Emry Greene Morgan Hasty Carolyn Hoerth Stephen Kaplan Nathan Kiesman Nicholas Lillis Noble Mushtak John Riccardi Alaina Smith Matt…

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Seacoast School Walkouts

An excerpt from this article: SAD 35 School Superintendent Dr. Mary Nash said the process to allow the walkout began with a meeting with the student government. “They had a sincere and honest feeling of grief for the Parkland victims,” she said. Nash also met with South Berwick and Eliot…

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