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MSAD #51 NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • MSAD #51 District Newsletter - January 14, 2021 Notices from the Office of the SuperintendentSuperintendent Porter's BlogTo view Superintendent Porter's most recent Blog Post, click here.Next Week's Schedule (January 18-22)January ...
    Posted Jan 14, 2021, 1:34 PM by Fran Prentice
  • MSAD #51 District Newsletter - January 7, 2021 Notices from the Office of the SuperintendentSuperintendent Porter's BlogTo view Superintendent Porter's most recent Blog Post, click here.Daphne Sprague Diversity Collection DonationIn the spring ...
    Posted Jan 7, 2021, 1:48 PM by Fran Prentice
  • MSAD #51 District Newsletter - December 29, 2020 Notices from the Office of the SuperintendentSuperintendent Porter's BlogTo view Superintendent Porter's most recent Blog Post, click here.Pre-K Lottery and Kindergarten Registration for 2021 ...
    Posted Dec 29, 2020, 8:04 AM by Fran Prentice
  • Pre-K Lottery and Kindergarten Registration for 2021-2022 MSAD #51 Kindergarten RegistrationKindergarten registration for MSAD #51 (Cumberland-North Yarmouth) will be held February 1st, 2nd, 4th & 5th. If your child will be five years old on or ...
    Posted Dec 18, 2020, 1:06 PM by Fran Prentice
  • MSAD #51 District Newsletter - December 18, 2020 Notices from the Office of the SuperintendentSuperintendent Porter's Blog To view Superintendent Porter's most recent Blog Post, click here.Revised 2020-2021 School CalendarsThe 2020-21 ...
    Posted Dec 18, 2020, 1:04 PM by Fran Prentice
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WELLNESS: FOUNDATION FOR TEACHING & LEARNING

Promote wellness initiatives that advance and sustain healthy, balanced, and well-rounded students and staff.

EVERY STUDENT COLLEGE & CAREER READY

Working together as a district, we can find the right answers to these key questions:  What should students learn? How do we know they’re learning it? What do we do when they’re not learning it?  What do we do when they already know it? Focusing on the vital nature of literacy, while continuing to promote STEM, will ensure college and career readiness.

SKILLS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY.  SKILLS FOR LIFE.

Students are more likely to engage when learning is meaningful and relevant.  Fostering creativity, innovation, and personalization enhances the learning process.  Extend access to pathways for all high school students through connections to meaningful career-related field experiences.

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION, THE CRITICAL BUILDING BLOCK

Review the district's long-term elementary education program and structure, including options for three and four year olds, optimal grade spans, and facilities that address projected enrollment increases over the next decade.