There is a bus change for tomorrow afternoon. Students riding the Eagle bus in the afternoon, who live on Ridge Road, Turkey Cove Road and Wallston Road, will arrive 15-20 minutes later than usual. Students who live along Port Clyde Road will not be affected. Due to a driver's absence, we will be combining two bus routes. There will still be space to maintain our covid-19 safety protocols.
There is a bus change for this afternoon. Students riding the Eagle bus in the afternoon, who live on Ridge Road, Turkey Cove Road and Wallston Road, will arrive 15-20 minutes later than usual. Students who live along Port Clyde Road will not be affected. Due to a driver's absence, we will be combining two bus routes. There will still be space to maintain our covid-19 safety protocols.
Students riding the Eagle bus in the afternoon, who live on Ridge Road, Turkey Cove Road, and Wallston Road will be arriving home 15 to 20 minutes late tomorrow afternoon, Friday, Oct. 9, due to a driver absence and subsequent combination of bus runs. Eagle bus students who live on Route 131 will be unaffected. Even though the buses will be combined there will still be space to maintain our bus safety covid-19 protocols of one child per seat unless siblings.
Anticipated Job Opening: Educational Technician III We are looking for an Ed Tech III to join our school community. For more information, please click this link https://5il.co/lp3h
FROM THE ART ROOM! During art class the CREWS from Mrs. Thompsons 1st grade and Miss Smiths K-1st grade created some very colorful snails. The students listened to a story about snails and talked about the shape of a snail shell. They were shown how to draw a spiral and how to make a snail living in its 'environment.' The students used construction paper, sharpies and watercolor paint to create these beautiful pieces!
Don't forget!! Middle-Level Athletics start on Monday! Students must be signed up prior to attending. Click the link for more information and to sign up. https://forms.gle/eAooufZcU6fC6vm46
Middle Level Fall Sports Update This year we will be running programs that focus on skill development, intramural play, and fun! All activities will follow the Maine DOE, Maine CDC, and MPA guidelines. Click on the link (https://forms.gle/eAooufZcU6fC6vm46) to learn more and sign up!
We want to remind you that you can fill out a Free & Reduced Meals application at anytime. This program helps us feed our community, costs St. George MSU nothing, and if the percentage of our students who qualify for free or reduced meals exceeds the state average then out school could receive about $150,000 in additional state subsidy. If our percentage falls below the state average then we receive no state subsidy for economically disadvantaged students. You can fill out an application online at https://lunchapplication.com or access a paper copy at https://5il.co/i8la
The St. George School and Blueberry Cove are offering a before and after school program to help support parents in their return to work and to accommodate the new 9-3:30 school day. The before school program runs Mon-Fri from 7:30-8:30 with drop off at Blueberry Cove and a bus pick up to take students to school in the morning. The after school program meets Mon-Thurs 3:30-5:30 and Fri 12-3:30 at the St. George School. All health and safety protocols that apply during the school day will also apply at both of these programs. Families are still expected to screen for symptoms before dropping off in the morning. For more information on both programs as well as the link to register please click here: https://extension.umaine.edu/tanglewood/blueberry-cove-tenants-harbor-2/st-george-after-school-program/
Here is another PSA from St. George School on mask wearing. For more information on the school's face mask policy this year, please check out the Return to School Handbook. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KF3EmhXmzzA&feature=youtu.be
We are almost to the starting line, everyone! Here is another little PSA to give you an idea of what your mornings will be like this year as you head to school. Stay Dragon Strong. Stay Dragon Healthy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHyaSBjjIIE&feature=youtu.be
Anticipated Job Opening: Educational Technician We are looking for an Ed Tech I, II, or III to join our school community. For more information, please click this link https://5il.co/klt0
Anticipated Fall 2020 Coach Opening: We are looking for a Middle Level Soccer Coach to run an intramural program that focuses on skill work twice a week for an hour to an hour and a half. The program will begin the week of September 21st and run for four weeks. Please click the link for more detail: https://5il.co/kitx
Bus runs are now available on the St. George MSU website: https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/transportation--232
Want more tips on staying Dragon Strong and Dragon Healthy this year? Then check out our Public Service Announcement on social distancing! We may be 6ft feet apart, but we're still TOGETHER! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDvMQTUP3WU&feature=youtu.be
School Breakfast, Lunch, and Snack There is a new ordering procedure for breakfast and lunch this year: -Link to order form: https://foodorder.stgeorgemsu.org/ -Orders will be placed for the full week and must be submitted by the start of school on Friday for the following week. -Copies of the monthly menu will be available on the school website, at the above link, and paper copies will be made available to those that need them. -Families that do not have access to the digital order form can be provided a paper copy each week to send in by Friday. The September 2020 Menu can be found here: https://5il.co/kehr Students will eat breakfast, lunch, and snack in their classrooms. An email was sent out to St. George MSU families today with this information. If you have any questions, please contact the school directly (207) 372-6312. Thank you!
Job Opening - Speech & Language Pathologist We are looking for a certified and motivated individual to join a highly-skilled interdisciplinary special education team. For more information, please click here: https://5il.co/k8sz
Anticipated Job Opening - School Year (2020-2021) Day Custodian For more information, please click the link: https://5il.co/k2v1
St. George School staff and students have created this Hand Washing Public Service Announcement as a helpful reminder of one of the simple and effective practices we can embrace daily to keep Dragon Strong and Dragon Healthy! https://youtu.be/09LD-3MT96Y
Job Opening - Response to Intervention(RTI)/Special Education Teacher We are looking for an educator to support our RTI and special education programs. For more information, please click here: https://5il.co/jitg
Job Opening - Special Education Teacher We are looking for a Special Education Teacher to join our Special Services Team. For more information, please click here: https://5il.co/j9f8
Dear St. George Families and Community Members, The Return to School Committee and subcommittees are working hard preparing for the 2020/21 school year, which begins for students on Tuesday, September 8. We shared our Draft Return to School Plan – Outline and Key Recommendations (https://5il.co/iisg) last month and will be releasing a more detailed plan in the very near future. More information about our return to school planning can be found on the school website (https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/planning-for-2020-2021-school-year). Beginning next week, we will hold small group meetings with parents and community members to share more information about our planning, respond to questions, and listen to your thoughts, feedback, and concerns. Small group, in-person conversations observing social distancing guidelines will take place outside at the school and we will also offer remote meetings using Zoom. If you would like to be part of these conversations, please click here (https://forms.gle/DGEhiDAX5EKy3hqh8) to sign up for an in-person or remote meeting. If you have questions, please feel free to reach out to me at any time. Sincerely, Mike Felton St. George MSU Superintendent 207.372.6312 email@example.com
St. George School's annual Math Camp will not be happening this August. This cancellation breaks a chain of many successful summers where students at STG had the opportunity to practice skills and explore mathematically enriching problems; all while having fun and connecting with teachers and friends in the process. We are confident that next summer will be a return to normal operating procedures and that we will once again be able to open our doors to summer learning. If you have any questions or comments about math camp, please contact Adam Bullard at the school. firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Food Delivery!! The St. George MSU is committed to helping our children and families in need be fed. We want to remind you that you can sign children up for breakfast and lunch deliveries throughout the summer. All St. George residents under age 18 are eligible. You can find more information and sign up at https://foodorder.stgeorgemsu.org/.
Dear St. George MSU Families: With the last day of school approaching for the St. George School, I'm reaching out with a reminder about collection of district technology that has been sent home to support students and families during these weeks of remote learning. We have a few options available: Schedule a time for you to do a no-contact, curbside drop off at the St. George School at this link (https://calendly.com/stgtechcollect2020/15min). Have a no contact pickup from your residence June 18 or 19 after remote Crew activities have completed. More details to follow about specific procedures for this. If you've already requested this, another email will be coming directly to you. 8th graders and their siblings could bring devices to school tomorrow morning if you are coming for the parade. Mail your device and associated equipment back to St. George MSU, Attn: Paul Meinersmann, 65 Main St, Tenants Harbor, ME 04860 in a well protected package. Make other arrangements with me directly via email/phone. Please complete this form (https://forms.gle/TWWxgJ5LUCRsScn19) to let us know your preference for device collection. It is very important that we get all of our St. George MSU issued equipment returned in a timely manner. We need to do a thorough assessment of all equipment so that we can do repairs, order replacements, and prepare for next school year. As always, please don't hesitate to reach out to me with any questions or concerns. Thank you, Paul — Paul Meinersmann mobile: 207-975-3043 email: email@example.com
The first ever Dragon Drive-In 8th Grade Ceremony was awesome. What a beautiful and amazing evening! The Middle Level Team would like to give special thanks to: Jimmy Kalloch for loaning us his flatbed for our “stage”. The Parents Group for the banner and signs. Mr. Meinersmann for making the plaques and engraving the water bottles in the Makerspace. Randy and the maintenance crew, Mrs. Ferguson, and Mrs. Mulholland for set up help. Mr. Felton for traffic control. All of the teachers who came out to cheer and support the 8th grade. Kate Montgomery for filming the ceremony. All of the 8th Graders and their families for making this a special evening. We can still hear the horns honking! STG Community: Please cheer on the 8th grade in tomorrow's parade around town starting at 11 am.
Town of St. George / Notice for Remote School Budget Public Hearing Notice of Remote School Budget Public Hearing via Zoom on Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at 6:30p.m., as required by the Governor's June 3, 2020 Executive Order 56 and 20-A M.R.S. §§ 1486 & 1501, to discuss the proposed FY2021 School Budget. Please call the school (207.372.6312) or contact Business Manager Cassie Kilbride (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Superintendent Mike Felton (email@example.com) for information to join the public hearing using Zoom or by phone. More information about the proposed FY2021 School Budget is available on the school website (https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/o/st-george/browse/135116) and posted at various locations including the Town Office, Tenants Harbor General Store, and Tenants Harbor, Port Clyde, and Spruce Head post offices. If you have any questions about the budget or would like more information, please contact Cassie Kilbride or Mike Felton.
Pandemic EBT Program Update: DHHS has extended the deadline for Pandemic EBT requests to June 30, 2020. Click here for information about the P-EBT program https://5il.co/h2u6
Ice Cream Truck!! On Tuesday, June 16th the St. George School Food Service will drive through town delivering ice cream sandwiches/lactose-free option to St. George children! We are so proud of our kids and want to congratulate them with a special treat. Drivers will leave St. George School at 12:00pm. Please see the attached route to see where we will be going. If we will not be going by your house, please meet us at any of the pinpoint areas. Please make sure you are outside at the end of your driveway so that we can deliver ice cream to you! Bus - (South Route) Departing St. George School at 12:00pm School Long Cove Rd. Wallston Rd. Corner Wallston, Main St., and Port Clyde Rd. - Pinpoint Area (church parking lot) Harts Neck and Shipyard Rd. Port Clyde Village Factory Rd. Harpoon - Pinpoint Area (Harpoon parking lot) Glenmere and Sherman Rd. Ridge Rd. Turkey Cove and Wallston Rd. Return to School Van - (North Route) Departing St. George School at 12:00pm English Town West and River Rd. Wileys Corner - Pinpoint Area (Mailboxes) Toad Rd. Corner Kinney Woods Rd. and Dennison Rd. Town line on Dennison Rd. Seal harbor Rd. and Dennison Rd. Atlantic Quarry Rd. and Island Ave. Patten Point Rd. and Village Rd. Pinpoint Area (Spruce Head Post Office) Clark Island Rd. Seal Harbor Rd. and River Rd. Return to School
We want to make sure our families are aware of the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Program (P-EBT). This is a joint program with DHHS and the Department of Education. More information about the P-EBT program is also available here https://5il.co/h2u6
Attention St. George Residents! The End-of-the-School-Year Staff Parade will be happening on Wednesday, June 17th. In addition to the staff, the 8th grade students and their families will be joining the parade in order to be honored for their time at St. George School and to wish them well on their journey into high school. The Parade will be leaving the lower lot of the school at 11AM. Below, is the route that we will be traveling. Note, this is a different route than the one before April break. PARADE ROUTE Turn RIGHT onto Port Clyde Rd. Factory Rd. Glenmere Rd. LEFT onto Ridge Rd. Back to Port Clyde Rd. Glenmere Turkey Cove Rd. Main Street River Rd. Kinney Woods Rd. Dennison Rd. LEFT ONTO Spruce Head. Rd./73 toward Spruce Head a. Bus turns around at Patten Pt. Rd. b. Cars drive by, turn left on Island Rd. c. Meet bus back at corner of Rt. 73 Proceed onto Rt. 73 toward River Rd. River Rd. Wallston Rd. End at School Just like last time, please feel free to document this exciting community event in photos and video. If you have any questions regarding the parade details, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or Randy Elwell at email@example.com
Anticipated Job Opening - Evening Custodian (Year-round). Please click the link for more details. https://5il.co/gzqw
MATH CAMP UPDATE: We are still planning on having math camp in person this summer over the course of two weeks: August 10-14th and August 17th-21st. As in years past, students will be invited this year. However, the math camp planning team still has to determine how camp will run following the summer programming guidelines shared by the state DOE recently. For more information, please reach out to Adam Bullard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now that the last day of academic classes for the St. George School has passed, I'm reaching out about our plans for collection of district technology that has been sent home to support students and families during these weeks of remote learning. We have a few options available: 1. Schedule a time for you to do a no-contact, curbside drop off at the St. George School at this link (https://calendly.com/stgtechcollect2020/15min). 2. Have a no contact pickup from your residence June 18 or 19 after remote Crew activities have completed. More details to follow about specific procedures for this. 3. Mail your device and associated equipment back to St. George MSU, Attn: Paul Meinersmann, 65 Main St, Tenants Harbor, ME 04860 in a well protected package. 4. Make other arrangements with me directly via email/phone. Please complete this form (https://forms.gle/TWWxgJ5LUCRsScn19) to let us know your preference for device collection. It is very important that we get all of our St. George MSU issued equipment returned in a timely manner. We need to do a thorough assessment of all equipment so that we can do repairs, order replacements, and prepare for next school year. As always, please don't hesitate to reach out to me with any questions or concerns. Thank you, Paul — Paul Meinersmann Technology & Makerspace Director email@example.com 207-975-3043
With the current state of things, we want to remind you that you can fill out a Free & Reduced Meals application at anytime. This program helps us feed our community, costs St. George MSU nothing, and if the percentage of our students who qualify for free or reduced meals exceeds the state average then out school could receive about $150,000 in additional state subsidy. If our percentage falls below the state average then we receive no state subsidy for economically disadvantaged students. You can fill out an application online at https://bit.ly/MSULunchApp or access a paper copy at https://bit.ly/STG-SY2020FRM.
Dear Parents/Families, Please note that in observance of Memorial Day, there will be no food deliveries on Monday, May 25th. We will resume deliveries on Tuesday, May 26th. Families that need additional food support should contact the St. George Community Development Corporation (firstname.lastname@example.org or 372-2193) or complete an online ordering form at http://www.stgeorgecommunity.org/cupboardorder/. Orders should be submitted by midnight on Wednesday. Thank you, St. George School Food Service
Is it hard to fall asleep at night? Are your kids worried that they will catch the coronavirus? Are you or your kids worried about re-entering into the world? If these worries or any other are taking center stage for you or your kids right now, please consider coming to the parent support group this Thursday the 7th at 8 PM or next Monday the 11th at 3 PM. After checking in, our focus will be anxiety. We will try to explore questions such as What's the difference between stress and anxiety? How do we know when we or our children need more support? What are some concrete strategies to help reduce our children's and our own anxiety? Amy Hufnagel, the school-wide Behavioral Interventionist, will facilitate the meeting. We look forward to the conversation. Complete this Google Form to receive an invitation: https://forms.gle/7fo6Nf8d4uZK8vyXA
St. George School students and staff want to thank all of the essential workers out there on this Better World Day, May 1, 2020. Here's a little video to share their appreciation: https://youtu.be/8ne0pgWU8JE St. George MSU El Education #BetterWorldDay
Attention St. George High School Seniors!! It's not too late to apply for scholarships! With the state of things right now, some scholarships are extending their application window and there is still time to apply. Check out the Scholarship page of the St. George MSU website for more info: https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/scholarship-opportunities--9
Since we aren't in the building to hear morning announcements from Crew Council, they've brought a few announcements to you. Check them out here: https://youtu.be/D6u5Y6ON6NE.
St. George Teacher parade tomorrow! Check out our newsfeed and facebook for more details! https://www.apptegy.net/s/news-st-george/articles/st-george-school-teacher-parade
Free Internet Offer from Spectrum Spectrum (previously TimeWarner) is making its internet service available for free for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who don’t already have internet through the company. To enroll in the program, call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households. You should expect significant hold times as many families are taking advantage of this offer. Please also be aware that the person on the phone MAY attempt to sell you other services. They may ask if your student is eligible for free or reduced meals. There may be a $5 fee per month to rent their wireless router. You do NOT need to purchase any services, though the wireless router is what allows multiple wireless devices like iPads, tablets or chromebooks to connect. In order to be eligible for free service you must not have an outstanding bill, and you must not have had service provided to your location in the past thirty days. After the sixty day initial offer you must remember to cancel your subscription. You do NOT need a credit card, and you do not need to sign a contract. This is NOT an endorsement of Spectrum, just a sharing of information that may be helpful to our families.
So far today we have had 178 parent visits to our K-5 Seesaw teacher sites!
Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 11th, we will once again need to redirect some K-8 grade students to ride home on Randy's afternoon bus, along with Randy's regular riders. Students living on River Road, Long Cove Road, at Wileys Corner and along River Road to Wee Care, Kinney Woods Road and Dennison Road may be 5-10 minutes late. Students living on Rt. 73, in Spruce Head and on Clark Island Road will be up to 20 minutes late.
This afternoon, Monday, March 2, we will once again need to redirect some K-8 grade students to ride home on Randy's bus, along with Randy's regular riders. Students living on River Road, Long Cove Road, at Wileys Corner and along River Road to Wee Care, Kinney Woods Road and Dennison Road may be 5-10 minutes late. Students living on Rt. 73, in Spruce Head and on Clark Island Road will be up to 20 minutes late.
Substitute Teachers St. George MSU is seeking substitute teachers. If interested, please complete the Application for Substitute Teaching found here http://5il.co/4l0b or inquire within.
Job Opening: Long Term Substitute - World Language For more information, click here: https://5il.co/d7z7
On Tuesday, February 25th, we will once again need to redirect some K-8 grade students to ride home on Randy's bus, along with Randy's regular riders. Students living on River Road, Long Cove Road, at Wileys Corner and along River Road to Wee Care, Kinney Woods Road and Dennison Road may be 5-10 minutes late. Students living on Rt. 73, in Spruce Head and on Clark Island Road will be up to 20 minutes late.
St. George MSU is currently seeking Substitute Van Driver's. Please click the link for more information. https://5il.co/d2ch
St. George School will be closed today, Thursday, February 13, due to weather and road conditions. All high school bus runs and after school activities are cancelled. RSU 13 and RSU 40 have also cancelled school today.
Today, Wednesday, Feb. 12, we will once again need to redirect some K-8 grade students to ride home on Randy's bus, along with Randy's regular riders. Students living on River Road, Long Cove Road, at Wileys Corner and along River Road to Wee Care, Kinney Woods Road and Dennison Road may be 5-10 minutes late. Students living on Rt. 73, in Spruce Head and on Clark Island Road will be up to 20 minutes late.
The bus route driven by Mike Mathiau (Port Clyde) is running about 10 minutes late.
St. George School will start at the regular time today, Monday, Feb 10. All K-8 bus runs and the Lincoln Academy and Camden runs will run as scheduled. RSU 40 and RSU 13 have a 2-hour delay. Those two high school bus runs will be delayed 2 hours.
St. George School will be closed today, Friday, February 7, due to forecasts of freezing rain. All high school bus runs and after school activities are also cancelled.
St. George School will be closed today, Thursday, February 6, due to forecasts of snow, sleet, and freezing rain. All high school bus runs and after school activities are cancelled as well.
Tomorrow, Friday, January 31, we will once again need to redirect some K-8 grade students to ride home on Randy's bus, along with Randy's regular riders. Students living on River Road, Long Cove Road, at Wileys Corner and along River Road to Wee Care, Kinney Woods Road and Dennison Road may be 5-10 minutes late. Students living on Rt. 73, in Spruce Head and on Clark Island Road will be up to 20 minutes late.
Tomorrow (Thursday, 1/30) students living on River Rd., Long Cove Rd., at Wiley's Corer, along River Rd. to Wee Care, Kinney Woods Rd., and Dennison Rd. may be 5-10 minutes late. Students on Rt. 73, in Spruce Head, or on Clark Island Rd. will be up to 20 minutes late.
Two St. George School bus routes need to be combined this afternoon. Randy will be dropping off students who live on Rt. 131 (to Wee Care), Long Cove Road, at Wileys Corner, on Kinney Woods Road, Dennison Road, Rt. 73, in Spruce Head Village and on Clark Island Road. Students living on Rt. 73, in Spruce Head Village and Clark Island Road may be up to 20 minutes late.
St. George MSU is in need of Substitute Bus Drivers. For more information, please click here https://5il.co/a9an
The next Community Meeting will be on February 5th at 1:30. 3rd Grade will be hosting. Hope to see you there!
Immediate Job Opening: School Bus Driver We have an immediate opening for a School Bus Driver to join our school community. Please click here https://5il.co/ccwb for more information .
St. George School is closed today, Thursday, January 16, due to weather and road conditions. Enjoy the snow, stay safe, and see everyone on Friday!
Tomorrow, Tuesday, January 14, K-8 grade students who normally ride home with Mike Flaherty will ride on Randy's bus, along with Randy's regular riders. Students riding to Wileys Corner and beyond may be about 5-10 minutes late. Students riding along Rte. 73 and to Spruce Head Village and Clark Island Road will be up to 20 minutes late.
Check out the video about the Australia fundraiser that WABI put together for last night's news: https://www.wabi.tv/content/news/Tenants-Harbor-2nd-grader-leading-fundraiser-for-Australia-bushfire-victims-566852451.html
WABI5 is here at St. George School interviewing Liam about his desire to help raise money to support the people and animals in Australia that are suffering from fires there. Here's a link to their fundraiser: https://www.facebook.com/donate/937108530024299/
Tomorrow, Wednesday, January 8, K-8 grade students who normally ride home with Mike Flaherty will ride on Randy's bus, along with Randy's regular riders. Students riding to Wileys Corner and beyond may be about 5-10 minutes late. Students riding along Rte. 73 and to Spruce Head Village and Clark Island Road will be up to 20 minutes late.
Due to weather, all after school activities are cancelled. This includes basketball practices and the after school program.
Phone and internet issues at the St. George School have been resolved. You can return to reaching us at 207-372-6312.
Job Opening - Ed Tech III position starting January 2020. For more information, please click on the link here: https://5il.co/bw9o
The school network is having technical issues that are affecting the phone lines. If you need to contact the school, please call 372-6900. We are working to resolve this as soon as possible and apologize for the inconvenience.
Student-led conferences are here Thursday and Friday! It's not too late to schedule a time with your dragon sons and daughters; just give Jan a call in the office. In the meantime, check out this video (https://youtu.be/_w4otXhhnMI) about why we have SLC's in the first place. Every year we aim to have 100% of our students participate in one of these conferences whether with a family member or another adult in the school.
St. George School will be closed today, Tuesday, December 3, due to weather and road conditions. Enjoy the snow day and stay warm!
Due to a driver shortage, Randy will be driving his students and those from Mike Flaherty's bus run home this afternoon. Students dropped off along Rt. 131, Long Cove Rd., at Wee Care and along Kinney Woods Rd. may be 5 minutes late. Students dropped off along Dennison Rd., Rt.73, in Spruce Head Village and along Clark Island Road will be 20 minutes late.
Middle Level Chorus Director - Stipend Position Opening. Please click here for more information https://5il.co/bidp
St. George MSU is seeking a Part-time Music Teacher. Please click here for more information: https://5il.co/bidq
St. George Middle Level students prepped lines and materials for kelp farming today. On a blustery cold day, they could see white caps in the harbor as they headed to the kelp shack. Students measured float rope and sink rope, collected mushroom anchors, poly balls and lobster buoys in preparation for sugar kelp farming. As we got back to the classroom everyone's noses were red and Georgie's glasses were fogged up!! (this post, photos and video were created by St. George Middle Level students) See Video: https://youtu.be/DUA4Cdct70I
St. George Community Development Corporation's 3rd Annual Thanksgiving Meal at the Town Office is coming up this weekend. More details at https://www.stgeorgecommunity.org/community-thanksgiving-supper/
St. George MSU is seeking substitute custodians. Please click here for more information https://5il.co/bdau
Due to downed trees on several roads we are cancelling school. Buses will be bringing back to their homes any students who have been picked up.
Medomak Valley High School is closed today, Friday, November 1.
Lincoln Academy has been delayed two hours today, Friday, November 1.
Please make sure to fill out the Community Survey (http://bit.ly/STG-BuildingSurvey) and then join us for a community meeting on Tuesday, 10/29 at 5:30 p.m. in the school gym with Oak Point Associates, an architectural firm that is conducting the school's building use assessment.
Internet and phone issues at the St. George School have been resolved. You can now reach the school at the regular number, 207-372-6312. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we recover from yesterday's weather.
You can now reach the school by calling 372.6900. Thank you for your patience as we work to resolve phone and internet issues.
The phones and internet at the school are not working. If you need to reach us, please email your classroom teacher, Jan Letourneau (email@example.com), or Mike Felton (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can also call Mike Felton, St. George MSU Superintendent, at 207.542.6394. We are working to resolve this as quickly as possible.
Due to high winds and downed trees and tree limbs across the peninsula, St. George School will be closed today. All high school bus runs are also cancelled.
St. George MSU will have a 2 hour delay today due to high winds. All morning bus runs will be delayed 2 hours.
This message is from St. George Municipal School Unit. Pam's bus will also be at least 20 minutes late today. Our apologies for the delays and late notice.
Due to a bus driver absence, Mr. Mike & Randy's bus runs will be combined. Some of Mr. Mike's students may be 5-10 minutes late. Some of Randy's students will be 15-20 minutes late.
St. George MSU is seeking a Yearbook Advisor. Please click here https://5il.co/ampr for more information.
St. George MSU is seeking a Part-Time Tutor. Please click link for more information. https://5il.co/aby6
St. George MSU is seeking Substitute Bus Drivers. Please click here for more information https://5il.co/a9an
Betsy's and Randy's bus runs will need to be combined on Monday, September 16, and Thursday, September 19. Randy's students will arrive home 10-20 minutes later than usual. We apologize for the inconvenience. There are several sports bus runs on these days that are contributing to a high demand on buses.
Betsy's bus will be running about 5-10 minutes late this afternoon.
8th grade students and families are invited to join us on Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 6 p.m. in the St. George School gym for our annual High School Choice Night. Hear from and speak with representatives from local high schools, Mid-Coast School of Technology, Trekkers, and others!
We will have our annual Computing Device Parent and Student meetings tonight, starting off with grades 3-5 at 5:30pm, followed by grades 6-8 at 6:30pm. This is the time when we go over what the device your students will have for this year, what the expectations are for use and care of that device, provide an opportunity to buy into the Accidental Damage Plan, get a copy of your students' credentials and login instructions, and generally give you an opportunity to ask questions about technology. Please come prepared to pay by check (preferred) or cash if you wish to purchase coverage. For 6-8 grade it is $50 ($25 if qualify for free or reduced meals) per student and for 3-5 grade it is $25 ($15 if qualify for free or reduced meals). If you have kids in both grade groups you can come to either time slot. I promise we'll have an eggcelent time!
The first St. George School Community Meeting will take place on the second day of school - Wednesday, September 4, at 8:30 a.m. in the gym. Please join us to celebrate the beginning of a new school year. Go Dragons!
We have made adjustments to the Camden, Lincoln Academy, and Medomak high school bus runs. You can view the updated bus runs on the school website: https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/o/st-george/browse/36226. Please contact Randy Elwell at email@example.com with questions.
Registration for the K-5 Blueberry Cove After School Program is now available online! Click here to register: https://extension.umaine.edu/tanglewood/blueberry-cove-tenants-harbor-2/st-george-after-school-program/
Free & Reduced Meal Application & Information for School Year 2019-2020 can be found via this link. Hard copies were mailed out on 8/22/19. http://bit.ly/STG-SY2020FRM
Fall Sports Announcements: Cross Country practice will begin on Monday, August 26th from 2:30 to 4 pm. Please meet Mr. Meinersmann at the K-5 playground. Soccer practice will begin on Thursday, August 29th from 3:30 to 4:30 pm. Please meet at the soccer field at the Big Ball Field. We are still in search of a middle level soccer coach. Please let Ms. Smith know ASAP if you know anyone who is interested in coaching.
Please join us for a Special School Board Meeting scheduled for Thursday, August 29, at 6:30 p.m. at the St. George School. The School Board will be meeting with Oak Point Associates architectural firm to discuss school facilities as part of a building use assessment.
Please join us for the first St. George MSU School Board meeting scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, 8/14 at the school. You can find the meeting agenda here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1UIZPX00W3rU0oUR-9-ZlIz-X0Fs0l_Nv
We are pleased to announce our new athletic director for the 2019-2020 school year, Meghan Smith. Ms. Smith is a current kindergarten/1st grade teacher at the St. George School and has been a part of our school community for the past three years. Ms. Smith is a former junior varsity and middle school girls basketball coach. She has also run the St. George Parks and Recreation basketball camp for the past three years. Prior to moving to St. George, Ms. Smith played Division III basketball at the University of Maine at Farmington. We are looking forward to another successful year of athletics! Please fill out the Google Form (https://forms.gle/DGQNqsbZQfdTQirr8) to indicate interest in a particular fall sport including co-ed soccer, field hockey, football, golf, or cross country (open to 5th through 8th graders). Many fall sports will be starting in the days prior to the beginning of school and we would like to be able to get appropriate sports information out soon. Enjoy the rest of your summer! If you have any questions or would like to talk with Ms. Smith about the athletic program or any particular sport, please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Math Camp bus schedule has been posted. Check it out at https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/transportation--232. Paint this yellow and call it the personal bus of the future!
Please see link for an Anticipated Coaching Opening for a Middle Level Co-Ed Soccer Coach (Fall 2019): https://5il.co/8w12
St. George School is seeking 5 high school students to work at our annual summer math and reading camp. Interested applicants should be dependable, have a desire to work with youth and be able to take direction from teaching staff. The Monday-Thursday camp begins July 29th and ends August 22nd. Hours are from 8:30-12:30. The pay rate for these positions is $11 per hour with a $50 bonus for perfect attendance. Please email Adam Bullard at email@example.com for more details or to schedule an interview.
OMG! Tomorrow is the last day of school!!! Please remember to send your kiddos to school and also remember that they are dismissed at 12:30!!!! Students left behind may be put to work sorting lost and found items for the rest of the summer. Just kidding, but really, please don't forget to pick up your kids! Speaking of lost and found! It's piling up like extra scoops at Dorman's! Please come look through it for what your child has left behind this year, before they are all discarded on Friday. Lost and found items will be discarded, not students! Well, student left behind might be discarded! :)
Congratulations to all 26 of the graduating St. George students who are members of the Class of 2019! We will recognize our graduating seniors tomorrow (Tuesday) at 8:30 a.m. at the beginning of the 8th Grade Celebration.
The School Budget Referendum takes place today, Tuesday, June 11, at the Town Office from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Please make sure to vote! You can find more information on the proposed 2019/20 budget on the school website: https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/o/st-george/browse/57040 Thank you for your support!
Stop by the Maine Coastal Islands NWR Visitors Center in Rockland to check out scientific sketches by St. George 5th grade students. The art show, called "Do the 'Rot' Thing!", displays sketches that were part of the 5th grade learning expedition that explored how to assess and improve the health of an ecosystem. https://freepressonline.com/Content/Articles/Art/Article/New-Student-Show-at-Maine-Coastal-Islands-Visitor-Center/130/172/64536
Celebration of Learning: You are the needed ingredient At EL schools it often takes more than a teacher and students to produce a meaningful learning experience; it takes an authentic audience. That is where you - the St. George community member - can help. By attending our Celebration of Learning on June 13th at 1pm, you will be providing our students with the opportunity to communicate their strengths, challenges, and growth as students in our school. It is our intent that these Kindergarten through 8th grade capstone experiences will help students become more effective learners and in turn discover the best version of themselves. We hope to see you there.
Friendly reminder for tomorrow: Friday, 5/31, a crew will be working in the main parking lot to remove the remaining oil-fired boiler that was disconnected when the new propane system came online in February. You can find more info here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1b6dkyX712eUmVAKb8UA6JsUK8AaGeDqD/view?usp=sharing
Anticipated Job Opening - Full Time Evening Custodian. Please click here for details: https://5il.co/7vi3
This Friday, 5/31, a crew will be working in the main parking lot to remove the remaining oil-fired boiler that was disconnected when the new propane system came online in February. You can find more info here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1b6dkyX712eUmVAKb8UA6JsUK8AaGeDqD/view?usp=sharing
Please fill out the following form if you are interested in K-5 After-School Programming at the St. George School for the 2019/2020 school year. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScwj4Am83asQDY9Nyv5Clp6KyDkyamQM8WpmcN0DcnsYM66ww/viewform?usp=sf_link
Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Maine CDC) is investigating cases of pertussis, also known as whooping cough, at the St. George School. Find more info here: http://bit.ly/STG-Health
We are having some issues with the phones at St. George School and working to resolve the problem as quickly as possible. We have been told that this problem is affecting a variety of phone customers right now. If you call the school and can't get through, please email District Administrative Assistant Beth Giggey (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call Superintendent Mike Felton at 207.542.6394. Thank you.
I wanted to take a moment and share some more information about the proposed school budget for next year. I’ll start with the numbers and then move to the mission and work of our school-community. You can read more here (https://5il.co/7sxg). I hope to see you all at the District Budget Meeting tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the school gym. Sincerely, ~Mike Felton, Superintendent
Great video on the Kieve Wavus Educator in Residence (EIR) Program that features St. George School students, staff, and our own EIR - the one, the only, Ryan Ford. A big thanks to the St. George School Fund, which provided funding for the EIR program! https://vimeo.com/333564427
Have you checked out the St. George MSU website recently? We've got information about the proposed budget for 2019-2020, photos of recent activities students have done, the track meet schedule, and more. Check it out at https://www.stgeorgemsu.org and scroll to the bottom for links to our mobile app.
The St. George MSU 2019-2020 School Calendar is now available on the website or you can access it directly at this link: https://5il.co/7n0h
Students on Randy's morning bus run will be picked up 10-15 minutes later than usual this morning. We apologize for the inconvenience.
On Wednesday, May 8, 2019, which is an early release day with dismissal at 12:30pm and teacher workshops in the afternoon, our mandatory school bus evacuation drills will be conducted on Betsy, Pam and Randy's buses. These drills will take place at dismissal and may cause bus runs to be delayed by 10 minutes. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you in advance for your understanding.
Tomorrow afternoon, Monday, April 29, Betsy's and Randy's bus runs will be combined. Students who ride Betsy's bus will be 5-10 minutes late and Randy's students on route 73 will be 15 minutes late. Morning bus runs will remain the same. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Check out the minutes from the most recent Early Childhood Education Working Group meeting as well as the results from the Community Public Pre-K Survey on the school's website: https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/committees-and-working-groups
St. George School will be closed today due to an incoming winter storm that is forecast to last all day. All high school bus runs are cancelled. At this time, RSU 13 and RSU 40 are also closed.
Randy and Betsy's afternoon bus runs for K-8 kids will be combined today, leading to Randy's kids being up to 20 minutes late.
Just a reminder that Screenagers is showing TOMORROW, April 3rd at 5:45 at St. George School. Pizza served at 5:30. Please note, this is being offered as a parent education opportunity as the film is targeted for an older audience. More info at http://bit.ly/STG-Screenagers
Anticipated Opening: Long Term Substitute - 4th Grade Teacher. Please click here for details https://5il.co/72o7
Check out this post on the NRCM Nature of Maine Blog about the St. George School Marsh Project: https://www.nrcm.org/blog/students-engaging-in-the-nature-of-maine/st-george-school-investigating-salinity-marsh-factor-alewife-restoration/
The School Board will hold a third Budget Workshop on Tuesday, April 16, at 6 p.m. The workshop will take place in the Art Room at the school.
Music In Our School Band Concert, Thursday, March 28, 6:30, St. George School Gym Featuring the 5th Grade Band and the Middle Level Band Followed by a Dessert Buffet, hosted by the 8th grade to raise funds for their spring trip to Quebec.
We are looking for a Physical Education and Health Teacher beginning in fall 2019. More information can be found here https://5il.co/6v4c
In Search of Spring Track coach St. George MSU is looking for a Middle School Track and Field coach. This is a stipend position that runs from about April 8th through May 23rd. There are four regular season meets and a championship. Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found. Individuals interested should complete the St. George Extracurricular Application including a letter of interest and resume. Applicants must hold or, upon hiring, receive a Criminal History Record Check (CHRC) certification through the Maine Department of Education.
Check out the most recent minutes from the February 26 Library-Media Working Group and February 27 Facilities and Programming Working Group meetings on the school website: https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/committees-and-working-groups.
The St. George MSU School Board meeting in April has moved to Tuesday, April 23, at 6:30 p.m. The April Finance Committee meeting has been moved to the same date and will begin at 5:45 p.m.
St. George School will be closed today, Monday, March 4, due to snow and road conditions. All high school bus runs are also cancelled.
Please take a few minutes to participate in this community survey by the St. George MSU Early Childhood Education Working Group regarding public Pre-K programming. We welcome all St. George community members to complete the survey: https://goo.gl/forms/RRW4JN86IDZnc8lK2
Please consider running for the St. George MSU School Board! More information is available here: https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/article/92649?org=st-george
The St. George MSU School Board meeting scheduled for this evening, Wednesday, February 13, has been cancelled.
St. George School will be closed today, Wednesday, February 13, due to inclement weather and road conditions. All high school bus runs are also cancelled.
We are looking for a World Language Teacher for the upcoming 2019-20 school year. Please find more information here: https://5il.co/6gr2
We are looking for a Long Term Sub - Ed Tech III for the remainder of the 2018-19 school year. Please find more information here: https://5il.co/6gr1
The Early Childhood Education Working Group meeting has been moved from Wednesday evening to Thursday, Feb 7, at 6 p.m. in the Art Room.
Teachers in Cars Getting Whoopie Pies with Special Guest Leatrice Falla - https://youtu.be/kspD9F5xg8M
Please see link for the February 2019 menu. We will now offer "tuna" as the sandwich option for both Tuesday & Friday. https://5il.co/6e5j
All high school bus runs for St. George students are delayed 2 hours.
St. George School will be delayed 2 hours today. Today is a half-day teacher workshop and we will now be dismissing students at 1 p.m., instead of 12:30 p.m. By dismissing at 1 p.m., this will count as a school day and not require a make-up day at the end of the year.
Check out Bryson Mattox's Marsh Monitor blog (https://marshmonitor.stgeorgemsu.org/home) where he talks about designing a salinity probe in the Makerspace that will collect data next spring as his class researches the marsh and how salinity affects alewife eggs and fry.
Great article in the Village Soup about the St. George basketball program! Go Dragons!!! https://knox.villagesoup.com/p/st-george-dragons-breathe-consistent-life-into-winning-basketball-on-peninsula/1797138
Teachers in Cars Getting Whoopie Pies with Special Guest Ruth Thompson - https://youtu.be/NHvIlYx2diw
The Early Childhood Education Working Group will be meeting on Wednesday, February 6, at the school. You can find more info about this group and its work here: https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/committees-and-working-groups
The January St. George MSU School Board meeting has been rescheduled to 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, 1/29. The Finance Committee will meet the same day at 5:45 p.m. Both meetings will take place in the Art Room at the school.
Around 9 a.m., the school was evacuated due to a strange smell near the main office. The St. George Fire Department responded quickly and identified the issue as a fluorescent light ballast that was overheating. The problem was addressed and students returned to school.
Kristin O'Neal, St. George School Band Teacher, shares information about the Carolyn Kanicki Music Fund that helps ensure that ALL students have the chance to learn a musical instrument while at St. George School. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mp4_VkCKgx3xvcEx8zTW6Tl6VifO3DDH
St. George School has been chosen as the Maine Environmental Education Association School of the Year! More info can be found at https://www.facebook.com/stgeorgemsu. Go Dragons!
Check out the minutes from the Monday, January 7, High School Transition Working Group meeting. Lots of great discussion about how we can better track, support, and stay connected with our students in grades 9-12. https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/committees-and-working-groups
All after school activities scheduled for this afternoon and evening (Wed, 1/9), including the School Board meeting, are cancelled.
St. George School will dismiss at 1 p.m. today due to snow that is forecast to start later this afternoon and concerns about dropping temperatures and rain that may result in icy road conditions.
Check out the minutes from the December 13 World Language Working Group Meeting. We had a great conversation with Lavinia Rogers, who is a World Language Specialist at the Maine DOE. https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/committees-and-working-groups
Reminder to any middle school students who are interested in Mathcounts. Our first practice is tomorrow, January 2, after school until 3:30. Should be fun!!
Please find the link for the January 2019 Menu. Hard copies will come home after break. Thank you! https://5il.co/60sn
RSU 40 has a 2 hour delay today. The morning bus runs to Medomak Valley High School and Warren Community School will be delayed 2 hours. All other bus runs will be at their regular times and St. George School will start at the regular time (8:00 a.m.).
No Middle School Basketball games today. I will post the make-up date when we confirm it. Enjoy the snow!
St. George School is cancelled today due to snow and road conditions. All high school bus runs are also cancelled.
Due to snow, St. George School will be delayed 2 hours today, Monday, December 17. All high school bus runs will also be delayed 2 hours.
The 11/26/2018 Early Childhood Education Working Group and 12/4/2018 After School Programming Working Group meeting minutes are now available on the school website. https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/committees-and-working-groups
We are looking for a Long Term Sub: Ed Tech III to work with the 4th and 5th grade classes for the remainder of the school year. You can find more info here: http://bit.ly/STG-LongTermSub
Tomorrows Middle Level Basketball game in Wiscasset will begin at 3:15pm. The boys will be playing first. The game will be played at Wiscasset Elementary School at 83 Federal Street.
The School Board will meet on Wednesday, December 12 at 3:30 p.m. You can find the agenda here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1zEOCOblXsq6WelWx-dO0H8wH7Z4AIdDG
Members of the 8th grade class reflect on their experience at Camp Kieve's Leadership School in the latest issue of the St. George Dragon. http://stgeorgedragon.com/eighth-graders-reflect-on-their-recent-experience-at-camp-kieve/
Check out this important note about the school Facebook page, website, and snow day phone calls. https://5il.co/5sjx
Congratulations 4th graders for finishing your stop motion films in STEAM class! It takes a lot of work to create a 10 second film! Here is a link to view all 12 creations. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0BamZgqO0unuADevIU3VeHSvYdt7PF2E
The Lincoln Academy bus run will be delayed by 10-15 minutes this morning. We apologize for the inconvenience.
St. George School will be delayed 2 hours today. All high school bus runs will occur at their regularly scheduled times. We have two bus drivers who are out this morning because of previously scheduled appointments and illness.
There will be a Community Meeting tomorrow, November 29, 2018, at 1:00 PM at the St. George School in the Gym. Everyone is invited to celebrate with us. See the calendar for all upcoming events: http://www.stgeorgemsu.org/o/st-george/events
Check out this article about St. George School alumni John Curtin and Lauren Miller who are now college student-athletes playing basketball at the next level. Go Dragons! https://knox.villagesoup.com/p/windjammer-trio-curtin-peabody-miller-shoot-into-college-ranks/1790061
All high school bus runs are also cancelled.
St. George School will be closed today, Tuesday, November 20, due to inclement weather. Most of the snow is predicted to fall during the school day making road conditions potentially difficult during regular afternoon runs or if we did an early release around noon.
I wanted to take a moment, share a quick update, and say thank you for being part of our school-community. You can find the update and thank you letter here: https://5il.co/5nx0
All after-school activities, including the Middle Level Dance, are cancelled for today, Friday, November 16.
St. George School will be closed today, Friday, November 16, due to inclement weather. All high school bus runs are also cancelled. RSU 13, RSU 40, and Five Town CSD are cancelled today as well.
Congratulations to 8th grade student Adrien Williams who was named the 2018 Wicked Good Vintage Racing Association's Driver of the Year. Check out an article on Adrien here: https://knox.villagesoup.com/p/fast-track-to-success-young-racer-williams-takes-on-family-hobby/1779943
We added a page to the school website to make it easier to find meeting minutes from our working groups and committees. We are still working to get all of the links live, but we are on our way. You can check it out here: https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/committees-and-working-groups
Click on this link for the November 7 newsletter. Be sure to sign up there for electronic delivery of the weekly school newsletter to your email: http://bit.ly/STG-Newsletter
Jaime MacCaffray's 4th grade class began their LEAPS of IMAGINATION adventure today at Jackson Memorial Library. Check out the LEAPS blog here: https://wp.me/p4qCWW-3UA
Here's a link to November's Menu, http://5il.co/5h42, and a reminder that you can find Food Service related info under Menu > St. George MSU > Food Service or Menu > Dining or Menu > Documents > Food Service.
The Library-Media Working Group met last week to discuss how to develop a strong library-media program as well as the school's partnership with Jackson Memorial Library. Meeting minutes can be found here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=16sX2iEXDs5C6beQHtjDtAK-ehMZ3B_Dx
The REAL Oct. 31 school newsletter link: https://us11.campaign-archive.com/?e=&u=5bc54f7adf5c267fb388163c7&id=90bf3697b1
The Family Handbook for 2018-2019 is now online. Check it out here (http://5il.co/5f55) or under Menu > Students > Family Handbook 2018-2019
St. George School alumni, like Katlyn Rich, are doing great things with their education and careers for kids and community. Congratulations Katlyn! https://www.penbaypilot.com/article/trekkers-expands-staff-two-americorps-program-assistants/109556
There will be a Community Meeting this Wednesday, October 24, 2018, at 9:00 AM in the St. George School in the Gym. Everyone is invited to celebrate with us. See the calendar for all upcoming events: http://www.stgeorgemsu.org/o/st-george/events
Teachers in Cars Getting Whoopie Pies - Episode 1 Ashby Bartke: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hxzi_Q5ubm0
Applications for the Portland Press Herald Toy Fund are now available (http://5il.co/5a72) and need to be completed by November 2, 2018.
On Wednesday, Nov. 14, at 6:30 p.m. we will hold our 3rd annual 8th Grade and High School Pot Luck Dinner at St. George School. All 8th-12th grade St. George students and families are invited to reconnect, share insights about the HS Choice process and HS experience, and eat!
The High School Transition Working Group met Monday, 10/1 and talked about our current HS enrollment, the 8th grade HS Choice Program, and supporting and staying connected with our HS students. More info here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=135pLIBRrOJp7gys84nBHq4gXg3y66Kl7
The After School Programming Working Group met on Thursday, 9/20 and had a great discussion about developing after-school programs for St. George students. You can find the minutes from the meeting here: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1oN-DGGbYxQGgrejJLYX-cFnwsbGISMym
There has been a change in the menu for lunch this coming Thursday and Friday. As always, the most up to date information can be found on our website at https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/dining.
Parker Hilchey and Drew Minery, St. George students attending CHRHS, helped Camden Hills place 3rd in the Class A high school golf state championship on Saturday! Read more here: https://knox.villagesoup.com/p/camden-hills-third-in-class-a-medomak-valley-ninth-in-b/1783338
Check out this post from the U.S. Department of Education about their visit to St. George School. https://sites.ed.gov/osers/2018/09/time-to-head-back-to-school-and-to-rethink-education/
Upcoming school-community working group meetings. All groups meet in the art room. -High School Transition Group: Mon, 10/1 at 6 p.m. -Facilities and Programming Group: Tues, 10/16 at 4 p.m. -Library-Media Group: Mon, 10/22 at 4 p.m. -World Language Group: Tues, 10/30 at 4p.m.
There will be a Special School Board meeting on Thursday, September 27, 2018, at 5:30 p.m. to decide on a proposal to repair or replace the school boiler system. The meeting will take place at the school. http://5il.co/4xae
All afternoon buses will be delayed by about 10-15 minutes. We apologize for the inconvenience.
The GROW after-school program is looking for a Site Director and Program Assistant, employed by Fair Haven Camps, to run their programs at the St. George School. For more info see https://www.stgeorgemsu.org/o/st-george/browse/36780
There will be a Community Meeting this Wednesday, September 5, 2018, at 1:30 PM in the St. George School in the Gym. Everyone is invited to celebrate the start of another school year. See the calendar for all upcoming events: http://www.stgeorgemsu.org/o/st-george/events
Check out the newest St. George School Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/5c313d2ef14d/vflmmcxep9-1880817
The St. George MSU is now accepting RFPs for repair or replacement of the St. George School boiler system. See details at this link: http://5il.co/4mmu
On Monday, August 20, 2018, the St. George School building will be closed all day. CMP is installing the new generator and replacing the transformer that feeds the school and will have to cut the power to the building for the entire day.
The St. George School Summer Math Camp is seeking 5 responsible, energetic, and math-minded high school students to help teachers deliver instruction across several grade and achievement levels.