Welcome to the Kittery School District Website

 Kittery School District 
200 Rogers Road, Kittery, Maine 03904

During the 2017-18 school year, we are 
committed to:
  • Promoting a safe, healthful, and respectful school culture, free of bias and harassment.
  • Ensuring engaging, innovative, and rigorous teaching, learning, and assessing for all students.


Click on school below to open individual school websites.

SCHOOL COMMITTEE BUSINESS MEETING
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
6:30 p.m. -  Town Chamber

College Application Process

TRAIP ACADEMY
November 1st
6:30-8:00 pm

College Application Process for Grades 9-12

This interactive workshop will introduce parents and students in grades 9, 10, and 11 to the college application process. College criteria, choosing the right college, getting letters of recommendation, tracking application deadlines, researching financial aid and searching for scholarships are just some of the topics covered in this workshop. 


Fire Safety

Mitchell Primary School students visited the Kittery Point Fire Station recently.  

Drive to Solve Hunger in Maine

The Traip Academy Student Council has teamed up with WGME-13 for the Drive to Solve Hunger in Maine.  The Student Council is hosting an on-site food drive at the high school. In addition, they are part of a virtual food drive as well through the Good Shepard Food Bank.  Their goal is to virtual food drive is $500, and they will be collecting items and taking donations through October 28th.  The event is part of the 2017 School Spirit Challenge on WGME CBS 13.  Here is the link to contribute to the Virtual Food Drive:

Trip to Ogunquit

The Traip Academy Senior Class recently went on their annual transcendental day trip to Ogunquit.  Here, they are standing in front of the Ogunquit Museum of American Art.

Meet the candidates...

Meet the three candidates for
 Kittery School Committee (2 open seats):

Nicholas Chalupa, Attorney

Danielle Hoffman, Registered Nurse

Suzanne Sayer, Retired Engineer


By:  Alex LaCasse, Seacoast Online

Election Day is November 7th!

5th Annual Meet the Candidates Forum


Thank you to the Traip Academy Student Council (Mr. Sanborn, Advisor) for hosting the 5th Annual Meet the Candidates Forum recently.  The event gave our community an opportunity to get to know candidates for Town Council and School Committee.

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Policy Input

POLICY:  JICJ

Student Use of Cell Phones and Other Electronic Devices

The School Committee asks for your written comments on the attached policy.  Please review this policy and return your comments to Donna Schoff at dschoff@kitteryschools.com by Thursday, October 26th.   

Policy development is a critical function of the School Committee.  Policies are the framework within which the School Department operates.  For this reason, we value your input throughout the policy development process.   Thank you for your time.

CLICK here to review policy JICJ  

NEWS

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School Bus Drivers Needed

Ledgemere Transportation

Free CDL Training Classes
PT schedule 20-30- hours a week
Perfect for stay-at-home parents & retirees

Call Brian Trafton at 439-1941 or
btrafton@ridesta.com

Healthy Kids' Snacks

Snacks are a bigger part of kids' diets than in the past.  Snacks can make positive or negative contributions to kids' diets - depending on the choices we offer.  Next time your children say, "I'm hungry," or if you need to get them through to the next meal, reach for one of these healthy snacks.