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School Committee & Leadership Team
Budget Workshop/Business Meeting
5:30 p.m. Town Hall Chamber
February 28, 2017

New Superintendent...

Eric Waddell chosen to lead Kittery School District as new Superintendent

The Kittery School Committee is pleased to announce that Eric Waddell has been selected as the new Superintendent of Schools to succeed retiring Superintendent Allyn Hutton starting July 1, 2017. Mr. Waddell, well known in the community as the Principal of Traip Academy since 2012, was chosen from a pool of nearly twenty candidates. Under his leadership, Traip Academy has undergone significant changes in the delivery of teaching, approach to curriculum, and integration of learning both in school and through internships. His familiarity with the community and experience with “proficiency-based learning” make him an ideal candidate to lead the school district in the coming years.

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Drug Informational Night


The Kittery Police will be holding an informal drug information seminar and discussion on February 23rd at the police department from 5:30-7:30PM. The topics will include the current drug trends in Maine as well as drugs that may be on the horizon. It will be include topics on Heroin, Prescription Drugs and other drugs commonly abused. This discussion will also touch on Maine's Marijuana legalization law and how that may affect Kittery. 

 

Please RSVP by 2/16/17 by contacting Officer Brian Cummer through Email at BCummer@kitterypolice.com if you plan to attend.

Anxious Kids, Anxious Parents

Anxious Kids, Anxious Parents:
Concrete Strategies to
Interrupt the Worry Cycle

Monday, March 27th
6-8:00 p.m.
Kittery Community Center

A Masterpiece by Third Grade Students

Mitchell School
Mrs. Nucci's third grade students
created a beautiful mural.

Special Visitor at Traip...

Traip Academy had a special visitor for lunch... Bonita Pothier from Senator King's Regional Office is pictured here with Cassie and Principal Waddell.



Mitchell Art

Analogous Portraits

 Third Grade artists at Mitchell School studied ANALOGOUS COLORS on the color wheel (colors that live next door to each other).

Students learned they can make each color “their own”, by blending different amounts of these ANALOGOUS COLORS, and never just have to use what comes out of the bottle!

 They mastered this concept quickly, and after looking at the art of portrait artist Sandra Silberzweig, created their own portraits in oil pastel and then filled their page with their OWN colors and lots of energy.

Traip Academy Students

Shapleigh

Shapleigh 7th Graders
Weather Reporters

R.W. Traip Academy Principal

R.W. Traip Academy Principal Search
2017
Click links below...


Please submit all required materials no later than March 10, 2017 to:
Traip Academy Principal Search
Kittery School District
200 Rogers Road
Kittery, Maine 03904

For questions, please call 207-475-1334

Later School Start Info

Later Start Times/Research and Planning

February 22, 2017

The Kittery School Department is beginning a conversation regarding starting school later in the 2018-19 school year. Over the next few months, parent, staff, student and community forums will be held and information will be shared to help everyone better understand the issue.

This site and Channel 22 will be used to share information with the public. Please check back regularly since the site will be up-dated frequently with new information.

Thank you.

 Plan and Timeline (February 2017) 

Adolescent Sleep & School Start Times

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

Substitute Rates

New Substitute Rates
Effective September 1, 2016


Thank you substitutes for your dedication
to the Kittery School District.

We appreciate all you do.

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.