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Congratulations Grace!

Mitchell School Student

Grace Kenney's "Scarecrow" was accepted into the Maine Youth Excellence in Art Show!   Grace and her family are invited to attend the opening reception with the First Lady in Augusta on December 4th at the Hall of Flags.  Congrats to Grace!

Patriots legend Troy Brown revs up Kittery school crowd

Bryant Pond Adventure

Traip Sophomore Students

Ms. Shofner's advisory was among the sophomores who attended the annual Bryant Pond Service-Learning & Leadership retreat recently. 

MITCHELL ~ Kindergarten Program

Sandra MacDougall
Kindergarten Educator
Life In The Hollow

The Hollow is a special place where children grow and learn in amazing ways.  The awe and wonder of being a young child is honored, curiosity is encouraged, and great accomplishments are expected.

SHAPLEIGH ~ Technology Education

Steven Frost
Technology Educator

In the Technology Education room, students explore some of the ways in which people  communicate ideas, process information, design new products, and solve problems. 

School Resource Officer and Emma, K-9 Officer

Officer Durgin will be assisting staff in assuring that all school buildings, students and staff are safe and secure at all times.  We are pleased to welcome Officer Durgin and K-9 Officer Emma into our schools.  read more

Maine Partnership

Maine partnership received national honor for serving military-connected children  read more

Military, school bond reaps national honor

Kittery partnership one of five worldwide to be lauded (Deborah McDermott, Seacoast Online)

The Kittery School Department and the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard were among the joint recipients of a prestigious national award honoring them for their work supporting children of military members.  read more

Stained Glass Trees

Stained Glass Trees
2nd Grade Class

District Flu Clinics


Below are the dates for the flu vaccine clinics in the Kittery schools.

Students and staff must sign up with the school nurse and return a completed Health Screen and Permission Form to school if you would like to receive the vaccine.

October 9 - 7:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at Traip 
October 23 -  8:00 a.m. to 11:00 at Mitchell 
November 6 -  7:00 a.m. to 10:00 at Shapleigh

The first ½ hour is dedicated to staff, but staff may also receive the vaccine during the regular hours of the flu clinic.

Please look in the Friday Folder and Nursing Blog for the Vaccine Information Statements for both the nasal vaccine and the IM injection. At the high school level, these were mailed home to families.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the nurse in your building.

Influenza Vaccine ~ What You Need To Know

Larry the Lobster

Maine Harvest Week

Larry the Lobster visits Shapleigh School

Thank you Weathervane Seafoods!

Harvest Time

Kittery students harvest potatoes for school lunches
(Deborah McDermott, Seacoast Online)

Photo Gallery:  Shapleigh School Potato Harvest
(Seacoast Online)

Shapleigh Green Team harvesting potatoes at Greenlaw Gardens that they planted in June.  The harvest will be served to K-12 students for lunch to kick off  "Maine Harvest Week (September 22).

Proficiency Based Learning

Vision for Success

The Kittery School District is committed to preparing all students to reach their full potential as productive engaged citizens and collaborative problems solvers in the 21st century.  To ensure that we meet our commitment, we annually establish priorities and create action steps that will move us towards that goal.  read more

Policy Review

No policies for review at this time.

The Kittery School Committee has requested that you review and consider this
DRAFT POLICY. This new proposed policy is aligned with state mandates and the Kittery School Department vision of moving towards a competency based diploma. 

Please submit comments below, which will be considered when the school committee meets on ____ for a second reading and adoption of the policy. 

Thank you.