So much info this week! Dragon Newsletter: http://bit.ly/STG-Newsletter
Kindergarten and first grade STEAM classes have been outside so far this year. This week we are investigating roly polies and making “homes” for them.
Open House, originally scheduled for October 7th, has been postponed until further notice. Please know that we are eager to bring this and other important community building events back to our school as they existed prior to the pandemic. In the meantime, we will be working to adjust plans or seek alternative ways of staying connected to families and the community as a whole. Your continued patience and efforts to keep our school open for students is greatly appreciated!
October School Lunch Menu: https://5il.co/y3tr
We'd like to give a huge shout out to community members that have purchased items on our public Amazon supply and resource wishlist. Please check out the link in our most recent newsletter and on facebook to see what is needed. This list will be updated frequently, but specifically you will soon see items meant to increase the play options for students during recess.
Dragon Newsletter: http://bit.ly/STG-Newsletter Please note a link to the updated school calendar is included. Two additional early release days have been added.
Due to road construction on Rte 73 from Sept 13 - 18, there will be some modifications in bus schedules. Students who ride Dolphin bus and live east of Dennison Rd on Rte 73 will be about 20 minutes late getting home in the afternoon.
St. George School will be releasing early at 12:30 tomorrow, Friday, September 10, 2021. There will be no soccer or cross country practice after school. Students who attend Blueberry Cove programming will receive an update directly from Blueberry Cove staff. Thank you, St. George MSU
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9.1.2021 Dragon Newsletter https://mailchi.mp/e17063ad1d82/9121-newsletter
Blueberry Cove After-School Program 2021-2022 Our K-5 after-school program returns for another year in St. George! This wonderful program will have students immersed in fun outdoor science activities, arts and crafts, trips to the library and weekly adventures around the peninsula to hike and explore our own backyard. We meet everyday after-school until 5:30 pm for the duration of the academic year and can’t wait for another fun season of adventures! Snacks will be provided daily. https://extension.umaine.edu/tanglewood/st-george-after-school-program/
Lunch Menu is Posted! https://5il.co/y3tr
Hello St. George Dragons! Ashley Geel here to introduce myself as your new Athletic Director. I am very excited to get the fall sports season underway. I need your help in filling out this survey for any students who are interested in participating in a fall sport. I look forward to hearing from you and seeing you shortly! Here is the survey: https://forms.gle/BBYmfnQDFzscJbfE7
Thank you to St. George Community Development Corporation! It takes a village!
Check out St. George MSU's plan for federal ARP ESSER funds and provide feedback and comments: https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/article/510369
You can find the agenda for the Wednesday, August 11, School Board meeting here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jwlF76pOyIBPeZnIRArRQWUHNCkXfjVn/view?usp=drivesdk
We still have spots available at the Apprenticeshop summer academy in Rockland. Check out the academy description below... Have you ever imagined going on daily adventures in a traditional sailboat, learning about sailing and seamanship and even how to build boats? It's happening this Summer at the Apprenticeshop, where you’ll be the captain of a wooden boat and the master of the shop. Students are invited to participate in different activities that incorporate traditional boatbuilding and seamanship at the Apprenticeshop’s waterfront. A rotating land based / boat based group will be formed having half of the students working in making boat parts for a underway project of a sailing sardine carrier, involved in using wood tools to create objects, and the other half working on seamanship by going out sailing on Rockland’s harbor on one of the A’shops traditional vessels. During the course of the week, students will have specific tasks and will be taking rotating assignments in the shop or in the boat and will be engaged through games being introduced to the maritime vocabulary. At its core, the Apprenticeshop is about inspiring personal growth through craftsmanship, community, and traditions of the sea. Dates: Aug 02- Aug 19th (3 weeks; Monday through Thursday) Time: 12-3 (3 hours) Program: Youth traditional Sailing, Rowing, Seamanship and Boatbuilding Grades: Students going into grades 5-8th Contact Adam Bullard at 207-542-6260 for more information or to sign up.
Math camp WEEK 2 (Aug. 2nd-5th) Updated Bus Run... We have added some middle level students to the bus run for next week so please check to see adjusted times. 7:05 836 River Rd. 7:06 Jiminy Cricket and River Rd. 7:08 71 Kinney Woods Rd. 7:09 0 Kinney Woods Rd. 7:10 150 Dennison 7:16 Old Island Rd. & Post Office Rd. 7:23 Clark Island Rd. & Mill Crk. 7:26 229 Clark Island Rd. 7:35 153 River Rd. 7:38 Morris Ln. & Wallston 7:41 47 Turkey Cove Rd. 7:46 163 Ridge Rd. 7:49 585 Port Clyde Rd. 7:52 162 Drift Inn Rd. 8:00 St. George School