The Sanford School Department is starting to spotlight employees at all of our schools. If you know an employee who you feel should be highlighted, please email communications coordinator Sam Bonsey at sbonsey@sanford.org. This spotlight is on Carl J. Lamb 4th grade teacher Kimberly LaPointe.
(Sanford Music Boosters)
​York County Community Action Corporation is hosting a workshop for parents at Sanford Adult Education on Tuesday, March 14th.
Free food distribution at SHS a huge success
​The Sanford Backpack Program is holding a food distribution open to all on Thursday, February 16th, from 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. at Sanford High School. All are welcome!
Today we are highlighting Carl J. Lamb School counselor Jen Scremin.
The Sanford School Department is starting to spotlight employees at all of our schools. If you know an employee who you feel should be highlighted, please email communications coordinator Sam Bonsey at sbonsey@sanford.org
With the frigid and dangerous temperatures, we’d like to share some important information on warming centers in the area and other resources for you to stay safe.
The Sanford School Department is now hiring school bus drivers.
​Maine Department of Education Commissioner Pender Makin visited Sanford Regional Technical Center on Wednesday to kick off the Read to ME Challenge.
​The latest edition of the Sanford Spotlight newsletter is now available.
Sanford School Department hosts safety information night
Carl J. Lamb surprised one of their students with a mini Chinese New Year in one of their pods on Thursday, January 19.
Nominations open for Maine Teacher of the Year program
The latest edition of the Sanford Spotlight newsletter is now available. Click here to read about all of the good things that are happening in our schools.
The goal is for children to move one hour or more a day between now and March 31. You can submit your tracking form by March 31 and earn one free ticket to see the Portland Sea Dogs at Hadlock Field for the 2023 season. Parents and caregivers are also encouraged to join and move with their children.
A tradition unlike any other! SkillsUSA students at Sanford Regional Technical Center hosted a holiday party for students from the Carl J. Lamb and Sanford High School Stars programs on Thursday.