School Start Time Survey Report by Hanover Research.
episode 2 of "Inside Scarborough Schools." This episode will focus on the development of the school budget.
To help us structure the next budget forum, a survey was available on the Town's website - please see the results here. In an effort to make information current and easily accessible related to the two budgets, visit the Joint Town and School Budget Page often for updates, and for further details on the upcoming Budget Forum.
Scarborough Public Schools is registering and screening all children are or will be 5 years old by Oct. 15, 2017 this week at Wentworth School. If you do not have an appointment or need to cancel or change an appointment, please call any of the three primary schools.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at Registration and Screening.
Thank you to the staff, students, parents, Leadership team, School Board members, Town Councilors, town leaders, community members and all attendees who participated in our 4th Community Dialogue! Together we made this dialogue a tremendous success! Your input, ideas, exchanges, and questions were thoughtful, meaningful and creative - all will be used to help us develop and build our next improvement plan.
As the saying goes - "it takes a village to raise a child" - and it takes a committed and dedicated community to assist us in the very important task of ensuring that ALL Scarborough students reach their fullest potential.
“Inside Scarborough Public Schools.” This is a new communication tool that will shared with our staff, students and stakeholders. Our goal is to break down the walls of our schools so that we can communicate with one another and our community all of the amazing events that are happening across the district. Our first episode was filmed at Wentworth School. Please take a minute to watch the show. Also, if you see Eric Huntington (SHS Video Teacher), please thank him for his great filming and editing work!
screening of the film "The Mask You Live In". It will be held on , at Scarborough High School in the Winslow Homer Center for the Arts from . Doors will open at . Pre-registration is not required.
Please join us to watch this important film and discuss how communities can work together to make a difference, not only in boys lives, but society as a whole.
Admission is FREE
to get your tickets!
Due to mature content, this film is
recommended for audience members 14+.
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