As we observe Veterans Day this Monday, we’ll be honoring all the men and women who have served in the armed forces.
I’m looking forward to joining veterans and students at the Cole Land Transportation Museum to dedicate a new monument to veterans. Three middle and three high school students will read their essays on the topic “freedom isn’t free,” and we will be joined by each of the veterans that students interviewed for their submissions.
Check out some Veterans Day resources Social Studies Specialist Kristie Littlefield compiled for educators to use in their classrooms.
— Stephen Bowen
- Rule Change Adoption: Chapter 140, Public Charter Schools
- District obligations under FERPA & PPRA explained
- Schools must report 15 percent absenteeism to Maine CDC
- Transportation year-end reports due Nov. 19
- Clarification and Request for Proposals – 21st Century Community Learning Centers grants
- DOE offers training for special educators
- Questions & answers posed during Rule Ch. 33 webinar
- Rural Low-Income Application, due Nov. 15
- Vehicle Inventory Form-Student Transportation (EF-T-24), due Nov. 19
- Bus Safety & Training Report (EF-T-21), due Nov. 19
NEWS & VIEWS
What do you think is the most important issue facing the U.S. today? This is the question a panel of five judges posed to 10 Maine high school students vying for a prestigious honor on Thursday. | More
Shannon Shanning, Maine’s 2013 Teacher of the Year, joined other semi-finalists at a banquet marking the end of the latest Teacher of the Year cycle on Nov. 2. | More
Two of Maine’s technical student organizations, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and Future Farmers of America (FFA), joined forces for the first time at the Augusta Armory to provide nearly 100 high school students with fast-paced leadership training on Nov. 1. | More