KITTERY SCHOOL DISTRICT

 Kittery School District 
200 Rogers Road, Kittery, Maine 03904


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SCHOOL COMMITTEE BUSINESS MEETING
Town Chamber
Tuesday, May 1, 2018  ~  6:30 pm

SURVEY
 to complete a survey regarding the 
LATER SCHOOL START TIMES initiative 


Old York Village

James and Phoenix are among 5th graders at Shapleigh School who enjoyed a field trip to Old York Village to learn about Colonial times right here in Maine.



National History Day

These Traip Academy students competed recently in the National History Day in Maine State Contest at the University of Maine. 

Traip Academy Service-Learning Project

A true service-learning project must meet four criteria:

  • It must be student-initiated.
  • It must solve a problem.
  • It must have a curriculum connection.
  • It must involve a community partner. 
All sophomore advisors at Traip Academy execute a service-learning project through the Advisory Program.  this is just one example of so many worthwhile projects that have been executed at Traip Academy since this component of the curriculum was introduced in 2012 as part of the Vision for the Future


INVEST in ME

PROFICIENCY-BASED LEARNING & COLLEGE ADMISSIONS

Getting a Fair Shot?

Three findings from a study of university officials' views
 on the use of standards-based grading in
 admissions decisions.

By:  Thomas M. Buckmiller & Randal E. Peters
School Administrator, February 2018


Vaping Video

Parents!  Do you know the basics about the dangerous practice of 'vaping'?  Watch this short video:


Later School Start Time

Twitter Timeline

We are committed to:

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.

    We are Kittery!

    On December 4, 2017, almost 100 people gathered at the Kittery Community Center for a community conversation on creating a school and community culture free of bias and harassment. Students, parents, school, staff, and community members generated a number of recommendations for action focused on the importance of continued dialogue, staff training, recruiting diverse staff, and hearing from a wide range of voices in future conversations. Please click below to read the full report.  


    (A NH Listens Summary Report)
    December 4, 2017

    Kindergarten Registration

    Kindergarten Registration
    for the 2018-19 school year
    Mitchell Primary School

    March 22
    April 11
    May 10
    May 22

    Healthy Kids' Snacks

    State of Our Kittery Youth

    Click below to view


    Monday, January 29th Presentation

    Military Families


    Military Interstate Children's 
    Compact Commission