Press Release – June 15, 2014
This summer, children can enjoy free, nutritious breakfasts and lunches through the Summer Food Service Program, a federally funded nutrition program open to all kids aged 1‐18 years. All children and teens are welcome. Adults may also purchase a breakfast for $2 or a lunch for $4.
The Summer Food Service Program makes sure all children can eat healthy food during the summer months when they can’t eat at school. This program is meeting a real need in our community.
Bring your children or tell a friend:
Strong Elementary School, Monday through Friday, July 7 through August 15
Breakfast 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Lunch 11:30 am-12:30 pm
Led by Dr. Erica Brouillet 20 teachers and 6 administrators of MSAD #58 look at three years of student data to implement a new three year Academic Improvement Plan for the district. Teachers representing all schools and grades are learning to … Continue reading
News from our Schools…
On Friday, October 4, Phillips Student Council sponsored the school’s first ever Soccer Spirit Street Dance and “Bonfire”. Over half the middle level student body attended this event, which was planned to kick off (get it?) Soccer Spirit Week the following week. For the dance, holiday lights were strung across the front of the school and through the branches of the trees at the edge of the bus driveway, adding to the festive atmosphere. The “bonfire”, two disposable charcoal grills, was for toasting marshmallows.
During Soccer Spirit Week, Student Council members, under the leadership of newly-elected President Alexandra Ryan, organized a double elimination Lightning Tournament. Lightning Rounds, sort of like Knock Out except kicking soccer balls into the goal instead of shooting hoops with basketballs, were played during recess with the Championship Game being played at the end of the day Friday. Since Friday was also Blue and White Day, it was fun to see both players and spectators, students and faculty, sporting the Phillips colors to show off their school spirit.