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What's Happening at Presumpscot

5K Run
First Annual Presumpscot 5K Run - June 10.
Place: Back Cove by Hannaford's Time: 8:30 am 1 Mile Family Fun Run 9:00 am 5K Run/Walk   READ MORE... about First Annual Presumpscot 5K Run - June 10
School Handbook.
Be sure to check out our school handbook. It can be found here or under the "For Students" tab  READ MORE... about School Handbook
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... about The Amazing World of Lobsters
Kindergarten Parent Orientation
New Date! Kindergarten Parent Orientation.
Please join us on Wednesday, May 10, at 6:00, for Kindergarten Orientation.  READ MORE... about New Date! Kindergarten Parent Orientation
 Cynthia Loring  

 News From the Principal, Cynthia Loring

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

Winter 2017 Newsletter

Be sure to read the latest edition of the
AMPS (Art, Music, Phys. Ed & Spanish)  Newsletter.
It can be found under our NEWS & EVENTS tab.

   LL Bean Boot Donation  
   Presumpscot first graders recently received a generous donation of 30 rain boots for use during their
field study work at Scarborough Marsh. Students are studying the importance of the salt marsh to our
ecology with the goal of educating others in working to protect it. 
First-grade teachers, Kristen
Flaherty, Beth Linevitch, and Rebecca Maiorano were awarded an LL Bean Outdoor Discovery
Adventure and Stewardship grant administered through the Portland Education Foundation to help
fund this expedition. LL Bean generously donated 30 puddle stompers and wellie boots in addition
to the $1000 grant award.

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