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Call to Action for Maine Parents: Complete the Meal Benefit Application at School This Year – Even Though School Meals are Free

Maine needs all parents and caregivers to take action this school year––by taking the time to complete the confidential Meal Benefit Application through your local school, even though school meals are already free for all students. Families, schools, communities, and our state can greatly benefit from the data that is gathered from the application, and this application is important for a number of reasons.

EmpowerME, a Health Empowerment Series from BTI

BTI has partnered with the Opportunity Alliance and the City of Portland to bring our community a monthly webinar health series to help with the many isolation, health and behavioral health issues that we are all dealing with. Please spread the word and attend a many of them as you can. Click on the headline for full series information.

District Heat Update - Early Release Info for Tuesday 7/8/2021

Good afternoon,
Thank you for all of your patience and understanding as we navigated a hot day in the district.
We are anticipating a second school day tomorrow that will have high temperatures and a high heat index. Each of our facilities will be running all of the air handling systems overnight to bring in as much fresh air as possible. We anticipate that this will help to lower the temperatures enough so that we can hold a half day of school tomorrow.
RSU 14 students will be dismissed early tomorrow. Middle and High School students will be dismissed at 11:00. Elementary students will be dismissed at 12:00.
Due to the early dismissal, the mobile meals van for Raymond Elementary pick up will be moved to a different location. Meals can be picked up in the Jordan Small Parking Lot.
Thankfully, this appears to be the end of high temperatures that will impact school schedules. Cooler temperatures are on the horizon for Wednesday.
Chris Howell
Superintendent of Schools

WHS Robotics Team takes second in Thomas College Virtual Challenge

From The Windham Eagle - In an unusual year, the Windham High School Robotics Team is taking on new challenges and learning new skills. Recently, three of the five members of the team participated in the Thomas College Coding and Innovation challenge. Their entry tied for second place.
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