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Destruction of Student Records: Class of 2015

posted Nov 21, 2017, 8:46 AM by Tammy Tarling   [ updated Nov 21, 2017, 8:47 AM ]

DESTRUCTION OF STUDENT RECORDS

Notice to all persons who attended MSAD #51 Public School in the graduating class of 2015 or to their custodial parents: MSAD #51 shall maintain permanently a record of a student’s name, address, phone number, grades, attendance record, classes attended, grade level completed and year completed on our online data storage site.  Cumberland/North Yarmouth School Department may have the remnants of cumulative files in its possession for students in the graduating class of 2015 and will destroy such records after January 12, 2018. If you would like to have the remnants of your cumulative folder rather than having them destroyed, please contact the Greely High School Guidance office secretary, Anne Cornish at acornish@msad51.org by December 15, 2017 to make arrangements for obtaining the records  All cumulative file remnants not picked up by January 12, 2018 will be destroyed.

Greely PTO Holiday Box Tops Challenge

posted Nov 21, 2017, 7:17 AM by Tammy Tarling

Collect 25 Box Tops by Wednesday, January 3, 2018 and your name will go into a raffle to win a $25 Gift Card to use toward Greely Gear!
 
Those little Box Tops can add up to thousands of dollars of enrichment funds for K-8 students. And there’s no better time than the holiday season to clip and save them up!
 
It’s a fun and easy contest for the whole family:
● Purchase products with the Box Tops label 
● Verify the expiration date on the Box Top.
● Cut out the Box Top along the dotted line.
● Attach via tape to the collection form.
● Fill in student’s name and teacher at the top of the form.
● Send in your complete page(s) with your child by or before January 3, 2018 to qualify for our contest raffle. (Please copy this form as many times as needed or visit www.greelypto.org to print another form.
Thank you for showing us once again the collective impact our “parent power” can have on our school community!
 
Questions? Email us at greelypto51@gmail.com


Greely PTO: Fill A Bus, Fill A Belly to help families in need

posted Nov 20, 2017, 8:53 AM by Tammy Tarling

The Greely PTO invites you to join Greely Middle School students and the community in helping to feed local families in need as we attempt to fill an MSAD 51 school bus with non-perishable food items for the Cumberland Food pantry. 

Fill A Bus - December 4 - December 8: Bus will be parked in the GMS lot all week. Donations accepted during school drop off & pick up times. 

Fill A Belly - December 9 at 9:00 AM Help us UNLOAD & CELEBRATE! On Dec. 9, the bus will be driven to the Food Pantry at Cumberland Town Hall. Join us for this family-friendly event

We run on parent power! Volunteers Needed: Look for SignUpGenius email. 



13th Annual Holiday Fair

posted Nov 17, 2017, 7:48 AM by Tammy Tarling


Annual Citrus Sale to benefit MSAD #51 Scholarships

posted Nov 15, 2017, 5:22 AM by Tammy Tarling

Cumberland/North Yarmouth Annual Citrus Sale to benefit MSAD #51 Scholarships

 

The Cumberland/North Yarmouth Lions Club is conducting their 22nd Annual Fresh Florida Citrus Sale.
 
There are three different 20-pound citrus boxes available: all oranges; all grapefruits; or 50/50 oranges and grapefruits. All boxes are $28 each delivered. Orders are due by December 1, 2017 with delivery to your Cumberland, Falmouth, Yarmouth and North Yarmouth door step around December 16th
 
Back by popular demand, you can also place an order for the fruit to be delivered to local Community Food Pantry in Cumberland and double the impact of your support of this program. The details can be found on line at:  http://www.cnylions.org/citrus-sale
 
All proceeds are given to the senior class at Greely High School (MSAD # 51) in the form of college scholarships and to support Project Graduation. Since 1987 over $225,000 has been awarded to date through our Lions' Club efforts.
 
All orders can be placed on line at: http://www.cnylions.org/citrus-sale Or email us at: CitrusSale@cnylions.org Or call: 207-671-7851.  Thank you!!!
 

GHS Drama presents Guys & Dolls, November 16-19

posted Nov 13, 2017, 12:29 PM by Tammy Tarling

Greely High School Drama Club Presents

“Guys and Dolls”

 

The celebrated musical comedy by Frank Loesser will come to life on the GHS stage in
November. Set in the 1940’s, a lively cast of characters including gangsters, gamblers,
showgirls, and missionaries takes the audience from New York City to Havana, Cuba with lively
songs and a dicey plot. Secret gambling, saucy hot box numbers, a holy-rolling church mission,
and unpredictable romance will be enhanced by memorable Broadway tunes including: “Sit
Down You’re Rocking the Boat”, “Luck be a Lady” and “I’ll Know.” Get in on the action!

Dates: Thur.-Sat. November 16, 17, & 18 at 7:30pmSunday, Nov. 19 matinée at 2pm

Tickets are $10 for adults / $8 for students/senior citizens.
Tickets can be purchased at GHS during show week and at the door prior to each show.
303 Main St. Cumberland Center; 04021
For more information go to: www.greelydramaboosters.org.

Special Event on Opening Night: Thursday, November 16th
Senior Citizen tickets for Opening Night will be available for $6 with reservations at Louie’s Grille
for 11/16 beginning at 5 pm. Blue plate specials and regular menu will be available for
purchase. For dinner reservations call 489-9087. Tickets for the Thursday night show will be
held at the door for restaurant patrons.

 

Parent University: Parenting Anxious Kids, Dec 6th

posted Nov 9, 2017, 10:27 AM by Tammy Tarling

PARENTING ANXIOUS KIDS: HOW TO HELP YOUR ANXIOUS CHILD BECOME MORE COURAGEOUS AND INDEPENDENT

Please join us on Wednesday, December 6th at the Mabel I Wilson Library, 6-8pm, for this interactive session led by Elizabeth Kubik, anxiety expert and PhD in Clinical Psychology.

All children experience worry and anxiety as they grow up and up to 20% have a diagnosable anxiety disorder.  

Parents often cope with their children’s worry and fear by providing constant reassurance (“There is nothing to worry about, you will do fine on the test” ) and by helping their kids to avoid fearful situations (“If you are too scared to take the bus, I will drive you to school”) because nothing else seems to work.  Yet these comforting responses don’t solve the problem and ultimately impair the development of skills and tools for handling worry and anxiety.  

This session (1 hour presentation + Q&A and discussion time) will teach parents how anxiety works and will outline a practical, research-based approach for parents to help their anxious children become more independent and courageous - and ultimately more fully engaged in life.  

Space is limited. Please register for this free session or visit our website for information.


SAVE THE DATE FOR FUTURE SESSIONS:
1/24/18 – Raising Financially Savvy Kids
2/8/18 - Raising Sexually Healthy Children Mini-workshop (ages: birth-8)
3/22/18 - Raising Sexually Healthy Children Mini-workshop (ages: 9-15)


Composting volunteers needed

posted Nov 9, 2017, 10:13 AM by Tammy Tarling

Composting is scheduled to begin on Monday, November 13. During the first week and second of implementation, student and parent volunteers (clad in green if possible) will be available to help students at lunch with the sorting process. By that date, clearly marked waste disposal stations will be up in both the commons and auditorium.  Please volunteer next week at Greely High School composting/recycling start.  

Greely High School Sailing End of the Season Dinner

posted Nov 6, 2017, 12:24 PM by Tammy Tarling

At Ricetta's on Tuesday Nov. 7th at 6:00 pm.  Sailors, parents, siblings, friends and extended family are welcome.  This evening serves as a fund raiser for us so the more pizza, salad, pasta and DESERT (I always tell myself this) we buy the more money Greely Sailing gets.  Ricetta generously gives us 10% of all proceeds ALL DAY when someone presents a ticket from our team (tickets are attached and can be printed out or displayed on the phone.. you can even just tell them about the sailing team and they will give us credit).

Here is a flyer you can email or print and hang up please let co-workers and anyone local know as you can eat in or take-out on Tuesday the 7th and support us.  Please call with any questions!  

Casco Bay CAN: Parents Are A Positive Role Model

posted Nov 6, 2017, 12:16 PM by Tammy Tarling

November Tip: Parents Are a Positive Role Model, with tips for parents on teaching children how they celebrate safely during holiday gatherings. 


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