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News From Marshwood Theater · Congratulations to the cast of Shrek The Musical! Make sure you stay tuned for ticket information to see the 2022 Fall District Musical…..December 1st, 2nd, 8th, and 9th! Want to get involved in the show somehow? Stage aspects (helping with crew, costumes, props, etc.)? Production aspects (raffles, fundraisers, sponsors, ads, concessions, etc.)? Email Bianca.Pietro@Rsu35.org
All Marshwood Students are Eligible for Free Meals MSAD #35 announces its policy to serve nutritious meals every school day under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program. Effective August 31, 2022, through June 30, 2023, all students registered and enrolled in Marshwood Schools are eligible for free meals regardless of household income. Lunch and breakfast are provided for students in K-12 and Pre-K students will be provided with either breakfast or lunch depending on the session they attend (AM/PM). Students that bring cold lunch and order milk, will be charged $.40.
Link to Complete Agenda for School Board Agenda for June 15, 2022 BOARD AGENDA FOR 15 JUNE 2022 0https://5il.co/1c10m Maine School Administrative District No. 35 Board of Directors – Regular Meeting Agenda Marshwood High School – Learning Center Wednesday, 15 June 2022 – 7:00 PM https://www.rsu35.org/page/board-meeting-stream-information Reminder: As of March 9, 2022 all MSAD 35 building recommended/optional masking indoors. 7:00 PM Call to Order - Superintendent will call the meeting to order and will preside over the meeting until the election of a Chairperson.
May 20, 2020 Hello, A couple of quick updates on COVID testing and Vaccines in Maine. Yesterday the CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices endorsed the booster for children at least five months after they received their two-dose series. This would be a third dose for healthy children and the fourth dose for children who are immunocompromised. You can check with your PCP or COVID-19 Vaccination in Maine to schedule a vaccination. Free COVID tests are available to order again through https://www.covid.gov/tests and https://www.accesscovidtests.org/ . They are also available in the front offices at your children’s schools, one box of 5 tests per student. Thanks very much! The Marshwood District Nurses
Dear Parents/Guardians: The State of Maine provided COVID - 19 rapid test kits to MGWS earlier in the week. There are enough kits for every student to receive one. There are a number of ways in which you can get a kit if families are interested including: Stop by the office and ask for one When dropping off your child at school in the morning, Mr. Pollock and Mrs. Potvin will have kits available. Just ask for one and they will check you off! We will have them available at Artist and Authors Night on May 12th We have them available at the concert on May 24th. If you take a kit on Artist and Authors night or the night of the concert, please print your child’s name on the sign-out sheet. At times we are going on the honor system and we are trying to keep track of which kids have received their kits. There was hope that we were beyond this point with COVID but we are not there yet. Some families may want the kits while others may not. At GWS, we are trying to find easy ways for you to get a kit if you want one. If you have any questions, please either call or send me an email. Thank you. Sincerely, Jerry Burnell
Marshwood Great Works School’s Artists and Authors Night The students and staff at Great Works School are VERY excited for the return of our annual Artists and Authors Night! The event will be taking place on Thursday, May 12th from 5:00-8:00pm at Great Works School. Students will be sharing music performances, artwork, and classroom projects! We hope you will stop by and join us in celebrating Great Works School students!
There’s a New Page on Thrillshare New School Board Page Be sure to check it out! https://www.rsu35.org/page/school-board
A Letter from Mr. Caverly: https://5il.co/1a1mb May 6, 2022
Wednesday, 27 April 2022 – 7:00 PM Maine School Administrative District No. 35 Board of Directors – Regular Meeting Agenda Marshwood High School – Learning Center https://www.rsu35.org/page/board-meeting-stream-information Reminder: As of March 9, 2022 all MSAD 35 building recommended/optional masking indoors. 5:00 – 6:00 PM Finance and Facilities Mtg 6:00 - 6:45 PM Budget Workshop 7:00 PM Call to Order ELIOT, Maine – Link to agenda for April 27, 2022 https://5il.co/19b24
Reminder : Staff Meeting 4/13/2022 - no after school activities except for "We Are Monsters" dress rehearsal until 5:00 p.m.
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Maine School Administrative District No. 35 Board of Directors – Regular Meeting Agenda Board Agenda for 06 April 2022 https://5il.co/187pb Marshwood High School – Learning Center Wednesday, 06 April 2022 – 7:00 PM https://www.rsu35.org/page/board-meeting-stream-information Reminder: As of March 9, 2022 all MSAD 35 building recommended/optional masking indoors. 5:00 PM Budget Workshop (CES, EES, MGWS, Transportation, Special Education, Central Office, Federal Grants, Adult Education) 7:00 PM Call to Order
A message from MSAD 35 MAINE Good Afternoon, This morning at approximately 11:15 am one of our District buses was involved in an accident on Route 236 in front of the South Berwick Police Station. There were 5 students on board the bus, and there were no injuries to the students, the driver, or the occupants of the other vehicle. All passenger's parents have been notified. Within minutes, police, fire, and rescue arrived at the scene. Students were evacuated safely from the bus and transferred to another bus to be brought to their destinations. The safety of our students is of the utmost importance and we wanted to ensure that district families were made aware of the incident. Thank you.
JOB POSTING - Custodian Marshwood Great Works School https://5il.co/17m3o
March 22, 2022 Dear Families, As you are all aware, we went mask optional two weeks ago. Many of you are also aware that the usual late winter/early spring stuff is back in the mix……..colds, allergies, gastrointestinal illness, sore throats and strep. With the exception of allergies, all of these illnesses are spread from person to person. The best way to keep the transmission of these illnesses down is to hand wash, cover coughs, and stay home when not feeling well. We’re asking everybody to please keep a few things in mind when making the decision to send your child to school. Stick to the basics……. First and foremost…..Please keep them home when they are sick. For a stomach bug wait until at least 24 hours have passed since the last episode of vomiting or diarrhea. For strep throat, please wait for 24 hours on antibiotics before returning to school. For allergies, if your student has a history of seasonal allergies, treat as you usually do and if you’re sure it’s allergies send to school as usual. A negative covid test is great, but it doesn’t mean that your child is ok to go to school. If they have symptoms, keep them home. Testing is recommended for all people with covid symptoms. If you are unable to test, please contact your school nurse. If your child had symptoms, has tested negative, and symptoms are resolving, they are allowed to come to school. For any questions, particularly if you have other family members at home who are positive for COVID please contact your school nurse. The recommendation is still that unvaccinated household contacts should quarantine for 5 days. If your child has had a fever, please ensure that they have been fever free for a full 24 hours without the use of medication before returning to school. Free COVID tests available for Maine residents can be found at www.accessCOVIDTests.org or through the federal program COVIDtests.gov York Hospital is offering rapid PCR testing at their drive through COVID Testing Center. You do not need a provider order but you do need to call 207-351-2046 to make an appointment. It will be billed to your insurance as a “lab”. It will be covered by COVID Relief money if you do not have insurance. Thanks and as always, please contact us if you have any questions. The Marshwood District Nurses
News From Marshwood Transportation Starting Monday, March 14th MHS STUDENTS for CS & MGWS Bus Stops BUS #30 6:40 AM & 8:40 AM (THURS) CS Bus Stop EVERYDAY 2:40 PM MHS pickup MGWS Drop off EVERYDAY 2:40 PM MHS pickup THURS PM ONLY - MGWS & CS Drop off BUS #11 6:40 AM & 8:30 AM (THURS) MGWS Bus Stop EVERYDAY 2:50 PM MHS pickup CS Drop off EVERY DAY EXCEPT THURSDAYS Students are expected to be at the bus stop 5-7 minutes prior to pick up times to and from school. Questions Call MSAD 35 Transportation at 207-384-4681
Maine School Administrative District No. 35 Board of Directors – Regular Meeting Agenda Marshwood High School – Auditorium Wednesday, March 16, 2022 – 7:00 PM https://www.rsu35.org/page/board-meeting-stream-information Reminder: As of March 9, 2022 all MSAD 35 building recommended/optional masking indoors. 5:00 PM Board Workshop - (Maintenance/Technology, MMS, MHS, Athletics) 6:30 PM Finance and Facilities Meeting 7:00 PM Call to Order https://5il.co/1743w
A message to families from Food Service Breakfast and lunch are available to all students at no cost. In addition, for students who bring lunch from home, milk is available at no cost when students take at least two other items, with at least one being a fruit or vegetable. The Cafeteria staff at each school can assist students with choosing the required items. Milk taken alone costs $.40 Thank you. Karan Pfingst, Director of Dining Services Maine School Admin. District 35 Eliot/S.Berwick, Maine C: 603.339.8275