Teachers deserve our thanks all year long, but this week is a special opportunity to recognize their invaluable contributions.
We have lots of hard work ahead of us in Maine as we build a public education system based on the needs of each learner – a system that recognizes that our students all learn best in different ways and at different speeds.
As we take on this important work, the plain truth is, we can’t get the job done without great teachers.
— Stephen Bowen
- School bus refurbishment pilot program subsidy now available
- Procedural Safeguards updated with MUSER amendments
Please note: We generally provide notice of requirements only once. Please check the Reporting Calendar (link below) regularly for a list of ALL upcoming items.
NEWS & VIEWS
When a company like Friendly’s struggles to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, desperate times often call for desperate measures. Can students at Yarmouth High School help? | More
A newly released publication from the KIDS Consortium, a Maine non-profit organization, is designed to help educators integrate service-learning into STEM content areas. | More
This week, let’s make sure we thank our teachers for the hard work they’ve done, and for the hard work they’re taking on each day to improve educational opportunities for our students. By Stephen Bowen | More | It’s school nutrition employee week!
Upcoming professional development
- New meal patterns focus of spring nutrition meeting
- 3 regional social studies workshops scheduled
- German teachers invited to Deutsche Woche in Bar Harbor
- Summer professional development from the Maine DOE