This is a reminder that local author Ashlee Ridlon will visit SCAE tomorrow, January 27th, from 10-11 a.m. to read her newest children’s book, Bad Butler! Each family will receive one free signed book, and additional books will be available to purchase. Free snacks will also be provided!
about 1 month ago, Sanford School Department
This is a reminder that local author Ashlee Ridlon will visit SCAE tomorrow, January 27th, from 10-11 a.m. to read her newest children’s book, Bad Butler! Each family will receive one free signed book, and additional books will be available to purchase. Free snacks will also be provided!
Due to the impending storm, SCAE will close at noon today, Tuesday, 1/16/24.
about 2 months ago, Jayne Perkins
jperkins@sanford.org
Have you heard the buzz about our local children's author, Ashlee Ridlon? Her books are selling out on Amazon because they are so much fun! Ashlee will be visiting SCAE on January 27th from 10 AM to 11 AM to read her newest children's book, Bad Butter. Each family will receive one free signed book, there will be additional books available to purchase and free snacks will be provided! Don't miss out! Register on Sanfordlearns.org
2 months ago, Sanford School Department
Have you heard the buzz about our local children's author, Ashlee Ridlon? Her books are selling out on Amazon because they are so much fun! Ashlee will be visiting SCAE on January 27th from 10 AM to 11 AM to read her newest children's book, Bad Butter. Each family will receive one free signed book, there will be additional books available to purchase and free snacks will be provided! Don't miss out! Register on Sanfordlearns.org
Congratulations to D.S., you passed all 5 HiSET exams and you are now a high school graduate!
3 months ago, Jayne Perkins
jperkins@sanford.org
This is a reminder that Sanford Community Adult Education’s winter academic term begins next Monday, December 4th, and runs until February 15th, 2024. Their enrichment classes are ongoing until Friday, December 22nd, then pick up again on Tuesday, January 2nd, 2024.
3 months ago, Sanford School Department
Sanford Community Adult Education hosted its first-ever Harvest Lunch on Thursday, November 16th. The entire office staff worked together to put the event on, making food dishes and desserts. Students at SCAE were also invited to make and bring food of their own. Beyond the meals, the Harvest Lunch served as a reminder of the importance of community and collaboration.
3 months ago, Sanford School Department
Sanford Community Adult Education hosted its first-ever Harvest Lunch on Thursday, November 16th. The entire office staff worked together to put the event on, making food dishes and desserts.   Students at SCAE were also invited to make and bring food of their own. Beyond the meals, the Harvest Lunch served as a reminder of the importance of community and collaboration.
Did you miss the Homecoming Parade last Friday? We got you covered. Check it out below on WSSRTV's YouTube page! https://www.sanford.org/article/1293713
5 months ago, Sanford School Department
GEAR Parent Network and the Sanford School Counseling Department are hosting an event called "Defusing Challenging Behaviors: How to Effectively De-Escalate Your Child," presented by Heather Williams, CFPS, Regional Parent Support Coordinator. It will take place on November 2, 2023, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at Pride School, in the library at 708 Main Street. Participants are advised to register ahead of time by emailing bletourneau@sanford.org and to provide their first and last name and the age of the children they care for. Handouts, a certificate of attendance, and PowerPoint slides will be provided at the workshop. The event aims to teach different techniques for defusing challenging behaviors in children.
5 months ago, Sanford School Department
GEAR Parent Network and the Sanford School Counseling Department are hosting an event called "Defusing Challenging Behaviors: How to Effectively De-Escalate Your Child," presented by Heather Williams, CFPS, Regional Parent Support Coordinator.   It will take place on November 2, 2023, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at Pride School, in the library at 708 Main Street.  Participants are advised to register ahead of time by emailing bletourneau@sanford.org and to provide their first and last name and the age of the children they care for.  Handouts, a certificate of attendance, and PowerPoint slides will be provided at the workshop. The event aims to teach different techniques for defusing challenging behaviors in children.
In honor of School Custodian Day, the Sanford School Department would like to recognize our custodial and maintenance staff's hard work over the summer to make our educational environment clean, safe, and inviting to everyone. The summer is actually the busiest time of the year for the custodial and maintenance crew because they have ten weeks to turn the buildings around and be ready for students and staff in the fall. They deep cleaned every area of our buildings, including washing and removing all the furniture from every room. They then cleaned the rooms from the top down, including lights, windows, and walls, and ended with refinishing the floors or washing the carpets. They also did minor facility repairs, light bulb replacements, and paint touch-ups. During the summer, they also have to attend to daily custodial needs with programs such as Extended School Year, Summer Food Service, and Summer Camps going on. They also created a new welcoming vestibule at Carl J. Lamb School with upgraded LED lights, a new ceiling, and an updated reception counter. Additionally, they painted and gave the entire lobby at the school a facelift. The maintenance team also spent a lot of time keeping the lawns at our schools at bay from the rainy summer. We shine the spotlight on our custodial and maintenance teams, who worked diligently behind the scenes to create an optimal learning environment for our students and staff. Their hard work and attention to detail make them vital to our school community.
5 months ago, Sanford School Department
In honor of School Custodian Day, the Sanford School Department would like to recognize our custodial and maintenance staff's hard work over the summer to make our educational environment clean, safe, and inviting to everyone. The summer is actually the busiest time of the year for the custodial and maintenance crew because they have ten weeks to turn the buildings around and be ready for students and staff in the fall. They deep cleaned every area of our buildings, including washing and removing all the furniture from every room. They then cleaned the rooms from the top down, including lights, windows, and walls, and ended with refinishing the floors or washing the carpets. They also did minor facility repairs, light bulb replacements, and paint touch-ups. During the summer, they also have to attend to daily custodial needs with programs such as Extended School Year, Summer Food Service, and Summer Camps going on. They also created a new welcoming vestibule at Carl J. Lamb School with upgraded LED lights, a new ceiling, and an updated reception counter. Additionally, they painted and gave the entire lobby at the school a facelift. The maintenance team also spent a lot of time keeping the lawns at our schools at bay from the rainy summer. We shine the spotlight on our custodial and maintenance teams, who worked diligently behind the scenes to create an optimal learning environment for our students and staff. Their hard work and attention to detail make them vital to our school community.
In honor of School Custodian Day, the Sanford School Department would like to recognize our custodial and maintenance staff's hard work over the summer to make our educational environment clean, safe, and inviting to everyone. The summer is actually the busiest time of the year for the custodial and maintenance crew because they have ten weeks to turn the buildings around and be ready for students and staff in the fall. They deep cleaned every area of our buildings, including washing and removing all the furniture from every room. They then cleaned the rooms from the top down, including lights, windows, and walls, and ended with refinishing the floors or washing the carpets. They also did minor facility repairs, light bulb replacements, and paint touch-ups. During the summer, they also have to attend to daily custodial needs with programs such as Extended School Year, Summer Food Service, and Summer Camps going on. They also created a new welcoming vestibule at Carl J. Lamb School with upgraded LED lights, a new ceiling, and an updated reception counter. Additionally, they painted and gave the entire lobby at the school a facelift. The maintenance team also spent a lot of time keeping the lawns at our schools at bay from the rainy summer. We shine the spotlight on our custodial and maintenance teams, who worked diligently behind the scenes to create an optimal learning environment for our students and staff. Their hard work and attention to detail make them vital to our school community.
REMINDER! We are having a job fair at SCAE (Willard School) TODAY from 3-5 p.m. We hope to see you there! Check out our openings at this link: https://www.sanford.org/page/employment-opportunities
7 months ago, Sanford School Department
Resiliency was the theme of the night at Sanford Community Adult Education's Graduation Ceremony on Wednesday, June 14th. The SCAE Class of 2023 had all taken different paths to graduation. Along the way, there were struggles and setbacks, but every graduate displayed that characteristic on their journey to Wednesday night. Read more here: https://www.sanford.org/article/1151221
9 months ago, Sanford School Department
SCAE's graduation is underway!
9 months ago, Sanford School Department
SCAE Graduation is underway!
SCAE Graduation is underway!
SCAE Graduation is underway!
A reminder that Sanford Community Adult Education's graduation is tonight at 7 p.m.! If you can't make it, you can watch it at the YouTube link here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0hYHQ4eVpA
9 months ago, Sanford School Department
The Sanford School Department wishes the community a happy Memorial Day. Today is a day to honor the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country, and to also support the family members of those we have lost. Today and every day, we’re inspired by all who have served this country.
9 months ago, Sanford School Department
The Sanford School Department wishes the community a happy Memorial Day. Today is a day to honor the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country, and to also support the family members of those we have lost. Today and every day, we’re inspired by all who have served this country.
Here is a picture from our Reiki 1 class. The newest level one practitioners!
10 months ago, Jayne Perkins
Reiki 1
English classes at SCAE and Curtis Lake Church. See flyer for more information or all 490-5145.
10 months ago, Jayne Perkins
English Classes
This week is Teacher Appreciation Week. We want to thank all of our teachers across the district. You are all so valuable and make a huge difference! Be sure to check our social media accounts throughout the week as we highlight teachers at all of our schools. #TeacherAppreciationWeek
10 months ago, Sanford School Department
This week is Teacher Appreciation Week. We want to thank all of our teachers across the district. You are all so valuable and make a huge difference! Be sure to check our social media accounts throughout the week as we highlight teachers at all of our schools. #TeacherAppreciaitonWeek
A reminder that Sanford Community Adult Education is having a job fair from 2:30-4 p.m. today! https://www.sanford.org/o/adult-education/article/1079372
11 months ago, Sanford School Department
A reminder that Sanford Community Adult Education is having a job fair from 2:30-4 p.m. today! https://www.sanford.org/o/adult-education/article/1079372
11 months ago, Sanford School Department
Come join us for our Job Fair Thurdsay 4/20 2:30-4:00 Harry's Convenience Store, York County Government, York Hospital, Nubble Site and Sweetser will be present. Hope to see you there!
11 months ago, Jayne Perkins
Job Fair 4/20