While we are working out the kinks in our Black Board notification system, please be sure to watch the news or listen to the radio for announcements of no school or delay of start time. We also post announcements on the school's web page as soon as it is available.
When: November 17-21 (Start saving those pennies now!!)
Why: All donations will be used for the Making Holiday Wishes Program
Team 1: 1st and 2nd (Viitala and Harmon)
Team 2: 3rd and 4th (Bridge and Quinlan)
Team 3: K and 5th (Bennett and Goff/Skarbinski)
Remember: Checks are positive points for the team!!
Any checks should be made out to: Making Holiday Wishes!
Each Nickel equals -5
Each dime equals -10
Each quarter equals -25
Each dollar equals -100
Each roll of pennies equals +60
** Remember pennies are worth plus 1 point
** Checks are positive points
** All silver and bills are negative their values
** So, put copper in your bank and silver and bills in your competitor’s bank
However, the whole school will be rewarded too!
Good luck and have fun!! Remember, it’s for a good cause so let the War begin!!
As Mainers, many of our families participate in the sport of hunting at this time of year. This also means that firearms are often transported in vehicles. Please let this notice serve as a reminder that firearms of any kind (even unloaded hunting rifles and those with conceal carry permits) are NOT allowed anywhere on school property, which begins at the entrance of the driveway to the school. If you have a firearm in your vehicle when you come to school, you will need to park on the main road out in front of the school, which is public property, and then walk up to the main entrance. If you have any questions, please let me know.
Due to the weather the Pups and Trucks event has been rescheduled for Sunday, November 9th. The flyer that is going home today has the wrong date on it.
SES will be holding a dental clinic on Wednesday, November 12. Look for permission slips in your child's Friday folder!
September is Attendance Awareness Month! Share the News…..
New Study: Student Attendance Matters for Academic Performance: A state-by-state analysis of national testing data demonstrates that students who miss more school than their peers consistently score lower on standardized tests, a result that holds true at every age, in every demographic group and in every state and city tested.
In fourth grade, the absentee students scored an average 12 points lower on the reading assessment than those with no absences — more than a full grade level on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) achievement scale. In eighth grade, absentee students scored an average 18 points lower on the math assessment.
For more information on study: http://www.attendanceworks.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/Absenses-Add-Up_September-3rd-2014.pdf
Our attendance at Sebago Elementary is off to a great start. Keep up the good work!
Please join us on Thursday, September 11, 2014 from 6-7 pm for our SES Open House.