We Are Growing Kelp! Students in Georgetown, Southport, Edgecomb and Boothbay Harbor, are growing kelp in their classrooms. The kelp will be transferred to the ocean in the spring. Exciting learning ideally suited to our ocean community schools! Dr. Laser
National Honor Society Induction Ceremony at BRHS on December 5th at 6 pm. Please join us in honoring our high-achieving students.
I am thoroughly enjoying the honey that Georgetown teacher Mrs. Martin bottled and gave me. This is a superb learning activity for Georgetown's students. Well done Mrs. Martin and your dedicated group of amateur "Beekeepers."
Ensure you know the procedures the individual schools follow on bad weather days. If you suspect school might have a delayed or closed for the day, check the school website if you have Internet access. Or use Instant Alert. The information is available in your school office.
No Other School Districts in Maine Can Say They Have Elementary Students Gathering Honey From Their Own Beehives! https://www.pressherald.com/2019/10/06/georgetown-kindergarteners-learn-about-bees-by-raising-them/
October is National Stop Bullying Month. Follow this link if you want to learn more about what together we can do to keep our students safe from bullying. https://www.stopbullying.gov/
CONGRATULATIONS DR. INGRID MERRILL - Boothbay High School foreign language teacher Ingrid Merrill recently earned her doctorate degree in French Literature. This is a tremendous accomplishment and indicative of the high caliber of teachers in our schools.
Boothbay Region Student Aid Fund (BRSAF) - Our students are very fortunate to have BRSAF, that for 50 years has been assisting BRHS graduates with money for their college education. If you would like to learn more or how you can donate online, check out www.brsaf.org.
Healthy Lincoln County would like your help with a survey. Fill it out and you have a chance to win a cash prize. https://www.facebook.com/HealthyLincolnCounty/photos/a.190467787824963/1034715073400226/?type=3&theater
Teacher Appreciation Week! We are fortunate to have great teachers in all our schools, who make special efforts every day to give our learners the best education possible. We thank each one of them for all they do for our children. Their work is for eternity. Thank You!
VAPING 101 - Parents. This is a serious health concern and you should talk to your children about the dangers of nicotine. Many kids in our schools are already addicted. http://healthylincolncounty.org/docs/What-You-Need-to-Know-and-How-to-Talk-to-Your-Kids-About-Vaping-Guide-Partnership-for-Drug-Free-Kids.pdf
Have a question about the balance in your child's lunch account? Bills are sent to home addresses monthly. You can call food service at 633-7131 or enroll at www.k12paymentcenter.com. If you use the website, there may be a fee for their services.
We are always looking for qualified school bus drivers. If you are interested, please contact Dave Benner and he will discuss with you the process to get you behind the wheel.