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posted May 25, 2017, 6:29 AM by Tammy Tarling

GHS seniors, parents, guests, and Cumberland/North Yarmouth residents--

Please be aware that appropriate and safe behavior is expected at the traditional send-off parade of graduates held after graduation on Sunday, June 4. No spraying of water will be tolerated, and similarly no throwing of any objects at vehicles and /or buses will be allowed. People are asked to stay out of the road during the parade, and to avoid running near the buses, etc. Any such behavior endangers both spectators and drivers and will be considered disorderly conduct which could possibly hinder the future of this wonderful community tradition. Thank you for your consideration and keeping our community safe.

Greely Football Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast at Louie's!

posted May 22, 2017, 11:55 AM by Tammy Tarling

Greely Football Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast at Louie's!

Come out and support the Greely Football Program on Memorial Day!

The Greely Football Program with the support of Louie’s Grille is holding our annual Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser on May 29, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM at Louie’s Grille at 319 Main Street, Cumberland, Maine.

Ever wanted to be cooked breakfast by your coach? Or be waited on by a youth football player? Members of our Booster Board, Coaches, and youth players will be at your service!

Please come join us for a great breakfast while enjoying the town’s Memorial Day Run & Parade.

Date: May 29, 2017

Time: 8:00 – 10:30 AM

Place: Louie’s Grille, 319 Maine Street, Cumberland, Maine

Benefit: Greely Football

Cost: Donations Greatly Appreciated

Foundation 51 Announces Spring Grants

posted May 17, 2017, 10:37 AM by Tammy Tarling

Foundation 51 is pleased to announce the following grants have been awarded for the Spring 2017 grant cycle. These grants total just over $8,000 and will benefit students in all three of our schools.

·         BREAKOUT – MIW, Funding from this grant will go towards the purchase of 2 Breakout kits. (Similar to the “Escape Room,”) Students will work on teamwork, critical thinking, and problem solving.

·         Breakout in Modern Language – GMS & GHS, Purchase materials to set up a Breakout Boxes to use in Modern Language classrooms. These boxes will be used to implement "Breakout" experiences in the target languages in which the students will have to work together to solve a series of problems using the clues given.

·         Enhancing Edison Robots  GMS, Lego set enhancement to the Edison Robotics Kits.

·         Family Math Night- MIW, Seminar and “Math Night Kit” for community session.

·         Green Screens & Microphones- GMS, The purchase of green screens and microphones to provide additional "studio space" for students to make projects.

·         GMS Robotics Team – GMS, Robotics kit for the middle school     

·         Promoting Social Connections Through Cooperative Games – MIW, Purchase of cooperative board games for BASE room students to help them connect with regular education peers without the anxiety of winning or losing the game alone.

·         Hardy Girls Healthy Women Workshop- GMS, This 4 class workshop for 7th grade students will dovetail with the Boys to Men workshop.

·         HS Math Breakout- GHS, The purchase of breakout game kits for high school math students.

·         Maine Author Encourages Young Writers- GMS, A visit from Jennifer Jacobson in conjunction with her reading of novel, Paper Things.

·         Math Proficiency Through Consumer Math Curriculum- GHS, Math program to teach basic math skills through new curriculum.


Foundation 51 is a volunteer, non-profit organization whose mission is to provide independent funding to promote innovative student development in MSAD51. Over the past 18 years, we have awarded over $500,000 in grant funds.

The fall grant deadline is October 7, 2017. Please check out our website for additional information about the grant application process.

Tammy Tarling

Greely Football Annual Youth Football Camp

posted May 11, 2017, 5:28 AM by Tammy Tarling

Ever wondered if Football is the right sport for your child? Come try it out at our youth football camp.  

The camp is free for all Cumberland and North Yarmouth residents and all Greely students K-6th grade.

Campers will work on fundamentals of football, strength and conditioning and participate in some skills challenges - and have a lot of FUN!!

Greely Football is a member of USA Heads Up Football.  All of our youth and middle school coaches are certified in Heads Up training. 

Camp Dates:

July 24, 2017 - Registration 5:45-6:00 p.m. (Free t-shirt for each registrant)
         Camp 6 - 7:30

July 26, 2017 - Camp 6-7:30

July 27, 2017 - Camp 6-7:30 - BBQ for all campers to follow.  

Where: West Cumberland Football Field

Please come join in the fun!!

Registration is now open online for all fall Greely Football programs at  http://www.greelyfootball.com/

Join GMS Animal Awareness Club Fundraiser tonight at Otto's!!!

posted May 2, 2017, 10:20 AM by Tammy Tarling

Join Parent University: Maine Boys to Men-Helping Boys Reach their Potential May 2nd

posted Apr 27, 2017, 12:39 PM by Tammy Tarling

Maine Boys to Men

A Community Workshop -

Helping Boys Reach their Potential


Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Greely Middle School Cafeteria

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------This open and engaging community discussion will encourage parents to take a closer look at the challenges boys face on their journey to becoming emotionally healthy, respectful, non-violent men.

  • How do social and cultural pressures affect the development of boys?

  • What resources are available for parents to better support their sons?

  • We all need to be part of the solution. How can you get involved?

  • Learn about resources and programs available in our community.

About the Facilitators: Chris Kelleher & Heidi Randall

Chris Kelleher works with Maine Boys to Men as a facilitator for Middle School and High School Programs and is also involved with Community Workshops and Volunteer Trainings. Heidi Randall is the lead High School Facilitator and Youth Engagement Coordinator. She organizes the High School programming and RSVP Youth Action Groups. She also leads Community Workshops and Volunteer Trainings.

Since 1998, Maine Boys to Men has served entire communities by helping boys reach their potential to become emotionally healthy, respectful, non-violent men. They confront narrow gender assumptions that severely limit men and women. Maine Boys to Men empower boys and men to stand up as allies with girls and women in support of gender justice and to end gender based violence.


Please help us plan for the event by filling out the pre-event form at www.greelypto.org under the Parent University tab.

QUESTIONS? Email us at greelypto51@gmail.com.

Staff Appreciation Week

posted Apr 27, 2017, 6:10 AM by Tammy Tarling   [ updated Apr 27, 2017, 6:13 AM ]

Sounds of Silence: An American Sign Language Class

posted Apr 27, 2017, 5:55 AM by Tammy Tarling

04/24/17 School Board Meeting & PUBLIC HEARING on FY 18 BUDGET

posted Apr 14, 2017, 9:35 AM by Fran Prentice   [ updated Apr 14, 2017, 9:36 AM ]

Click HERE to download full agenda

K-12 Parent Learning Opportunity on Proficiency Based Learning

posted Apr 14, 2017, 7:58 AM by Fran Prentice   [ updated Apr 14, 2017, 9:36 AM ]

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