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What's Happening at Presumpscot

EL Recognizes Presumpscot
Presumpscot Elementary School Receives EL Education Credential.
Presumpscot Elementary School has been named by the national school network EL Education as one of six schools nationwide that have received the EL Education Credential, a recognition of achieving the organization’s standards in three areas.   READ MORE... about Presumpscot Elementary School Receives EL Education Credential
What's Happening in LearningWorks?.
Stay current with the following links.  READ MORE... about What's Happening in LearningWorks?
UDWR
Our Universal Declaration of Water's Rights.
Read our 5th graders' Universal Declaration of Water's Rights  READ MORE... about Our Universal Declaration of Water's Rights
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
 Cynthia Loring  

 News From the Principal, Cynthia Loring



Please join me in congratulating and welcoming the newest talent on
the Presumpscot  Staff!

Ashley Anderson – Special Education Teacher

Ashley comes to us with over 6 years of experience working with at risk students from Kindergarten through Fifth Grade in New York City.  In her 6 years of teaching, she’s lead instruction in all subject areas, teaching special education students, as well as English language learners, in an inclusive learning environment.

 

Jennifer Bessey – ELL Teacher

Jennifer has five years of experience as a Literacy Specialist and ELL Teacher in Washington, DC.   She has collaborated with colleagues to co-teach, within reading and writing workshops using formative assessments, to target instruction. Jennifer has facilitated supplemental interventions using promising practices in the areas of literacy and math.

 

Jennifer Dubel - Pre-K Educational Technician

Jen joins Presumpscot from Mabel I. Wilson School in Cumberland, ME where she most recently held an Ed Tech III position supporting students in grades Kindergarten through Grade 3 in the area of math and literacy.  Jen is also the parent of a Presumpscot School Scholar, Hunter, and has volunteered numerous hours assisting within and outside of the classroom at Presumpscot.

 

Andrea Reising – Art Teacher

Andrea is returning to Presumpscot as an Art educator after serving as a long term ELL  educator and a 1:1 Special Education educational technician. Before coming to Presumpscot, Andrea taught in a variety of settings, including Continuing Studies at Maine College of Art, the School of Visual Arts in NYC, and a YMCA environmental education center in northern Minnesota.