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What's Happening at Presumpscot

School Handbook.
Be sure to check out our school handbook. It can be found here or under the "For Students" tab  READ MORE...
The Amazing World of Lobsters.
“The Amazing World of Lobsters,” an ABC book about lobsters created by Presumpscot Elementary School third-graders last year under the guidance of teachers Suzanne Keller and Heidi Nichols, has been chosen as “exemplary student work” by EL Education’s Models of Excellence team. The student work will be included in EL Education's The Center for High Quality Student Work.  READ MORE...
 Cynthia Loring  

 News From the Principal, Cynthia Loring

Please enjoy Ms. Loring's Presumpscot School's Family and Community newsletter.

Winter 2017 Newsletter

 


February is all about Family Literacy at Presumpscot! 

  There are two ways students and their families can be involved.

  Starting this week, families can record a reading goal to meet this month. These logs can be sent to the office until Feb. 28th and two students will receive gift certificates to spend at our Scholastic Book Fair on March 3rd during Friday Night Basketball. Logs will be sent home on Wednesday, February 8th. 

  Families can also participate in the #Readto ME Challenge. Families take a photo or short video of reading with their child and post it on FB, Twitter, Instagram using #ReadtoME or #ReadaloudME. Let’s get reading! 

Download the PDF here. Family Reading Log


 MAMM Launches MAMMOTH Rock Chorus
 at Portland Public Schools


 MAMMOTH continues to grow!  The Maine Academy of Modern Music is proud to announce that it will be bringing its MAMMOTH Rock Chorus program to two Portland elementary schools this year.  

Thanks to the generous support of the school's PTO, MAMM instructor Emilia Dahlin will lead the rock chorus program during the school day at the Ocean Avenue Elementary School in collaboration with the school's music teacher, Heather Sumner. Funding from a grant from the Portland Education Foundation will allow Emilia to host students from the Presumpscot Elementary School after school at MAMM's new location just two doors down the street. 

Read more about this wonderful program.  Click here.