Another icy morning. Use caution, especially getting out of your vehicles in school parking lots. Our maintenance staff has been working hard again this morning. Be careful.
Please be careful walking into school today. Use extra caution. Our maintenance department has salted but it is icy from the overnight.
This is a message from the Sanford School Department. There will be a 2 hour delay on Wednesday, February 13th. We will keep the early release day as scheduled. No session one pre-k.
Sanford High School boys basketball quarterfinal playoff game at South Portland postponed to Wednesday 2/13/19 at 7:30 PM
Sanford High School girls basketball quarterfinal playoff game at Gorham postponed to Thursday 2/14/19 at 6:00 PM
Sanford School Department sponsored programs ending after 5:00 PM are cancelled tonight 2/12/13 due to predicted weather conditions.
Thanks to everyone who supported last night's Sanford Backpack program's sold out 2019 Chocolate Benefit. Over 150 donors contributed items for raffle and auction. Another 34 sponsors provided financial support. The backpack program provides Sanford youth and their families with nutrient-dense food integrated with food education experiences to help bridge the meal gap that occurs when youth don't don't have access to school meals. Thank you Sanford Backpack program for all you do for our students and the Sanford community.
On January 31st, 2019, Sanford High School and Regional Technical Center hosted its first ever, “Celebrating Partnerships” event in the Agora Presentation Area of our new school. The event was part celebratory and part networking and focused on bringing together our school and community resources to create dialogue about ways to partner, such as: internships, job shadows, business tours, guest speakers, and ELOs. Community partners helped provide insight on necessary “real world” competencies and the skills they are looking for in their workers and school staff provided insight on curriculum and students’ skills and talents. The event was funded through monies awarded to Sanford Regional Technical Center (SRTC) by MELMAC Education Foundation through a Systems Innovation grant. Several local businesses and SRTC program instructors were present allowing for productive and fun collaboration time. Many thanks to Plants Plus for designing and providing the beautiful floral arrangements, Above & Beyond Catering for the delicious food and drink, and MELMAC Education Foundation for the monetary support.
Bus #18 is running 15-20 minutes late this afternoon. Carl Lamb students are on bus #30 and Willard students are on bus #17.
Going to be cold at bus stops and walking to school this morning. Remember to bundle up everyone!
This is a message from the Sanford School Department. Based on current weather conditions, all Sanford schools will be closed on Wednesday, January 30th.
Going to be cold at bus stops this morning! Remember to bundle up everyone!
This is a message from the Sanford School Department. Due to a partial power outage and no heat at Sanford Junior High School, all Sanford Junior High School students will be dismissed early today Thursday, January 10th at 10:40 AM. If you need to contact SJHS, please call 324-2810, dial 4 and dial 0. This early dismissal today only impacts Sanford Junior High School Students.
This is a message from the Sanford School Department. Based on weather forecast and predicted road conditions, Central Office and school offices will have a 2 hour delay in opening this morning, Wednesday, January 9th.
This is a message from the Sanford School Department. Based on weather forecast and predicted road conditions, there will be no school on Wednesday, January 9th.
This is a message from the Sanford School Department. There will be a two hour delay on Tuesday, January 8th. No session one Pre-K at the new Sanford High School / Sanford Regional Technical Center. Safe travels.
‘5210 Let’s Go! York County’, a program of Partners for Healthier Communities at Southern Maine Health Care, recently held a dinner to recognize sites of distinction. This is a community- based initiative to promote healthy lifestyle choices for children, youth and families in Maine. The goal is to increase physical activity and healthy eating for children and youth. Congratulations to Margaret Chase Smith School led by Rich Wilkins and Carl Lamb School represented by Dave Eldridge as they were honored as sites of distinction. In addition, Dave Eldridge was presented with a special honor, the “Redy” Award, for his ongoing commitment to 5210 Let’s Go!
Substitute Custodians Needed - Click link for more info: https://www.schoolspring.com/jobs/job.cfm?jid=3017245
SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION VIDEO LIBRARY. SHS/SRTC https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPkhl1Gl0gAKiCfqNLehXHohlOy7LXF4G MCS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPkhl1Gl0gAIfXtTfC6U6tLy7pX2JRRJ1