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Healthy Acadia, Hancock County Sheriff's Department and the Bar Harbor Police Department are offering a free and anonymous Text eTip Program for our community.
Just text the word "Hancock" with your tip to 274637







As a school community, we are dedicated to the values of fairness, compassion, honesty, responsibility, respect and courtesy that contribute to a positive, diverse, safe and caring learning environment. 







Friendship Bench

posted by Siobhan Ryan



4th graders who volunteer to be in Kids for Kindness painted a "Friendship Bench" to help kids find a friend at recess. 

PTSA Seeks Help For Cookie Appreciation Day

posted Dec 4, 2014, 6:43 AM by Siobhan Ryan   [ updated Dec 4, 2014, 6:45 AM ]


The PTSA is seeking 40 volunteers to bake and set up the Staff Holiday Cookie Appreciation Day.  You can download the attached form to sign up to help with the cookie event, or you can follow this link to sign up: http://goo.gl/forms/12RIxtGkxV

Finally, the PTSA would like to ask interested folks to please consider a donation the Maine Sea Coast Mission this year.  There is a donation box for gifts outside of Sheila's office in the Conners building. 

Any questions, please contact Heidi: Heidi Hambrecht 266-6708 ceptsa@yahoo.com

PTSA Craft Night - THURSDAY 5:00-6:30 PM - ALL Welcome

posted Dec 3, 2014, 5:42 AM by Siobhan Ryan   [ updated Dec 3, 2014, 5:45 AM ]

The PTSA will hold its annual Holiday Craft fair this Thursday at the Conner Emerson Library. Children can make Holiday themed crafts.

We will have the following crafts:
  • Felt Mouse with candy cane
  • Paper chains
  • Dreidel Magic Scratch ornaments
  • Snowman foam ornaments
  • Fuzzy coloring ornaments
  • Decorate ball ornaments 

The craft fair is from 5-6:30. Please note that this is also the day of the Scholastic Book fair (in the cafeteria) from 2-7.

Following the craft fair there will be the December meeting of the PTSA at 7pm, also at the library.

After School Crafts - Wednesday, December 17 and Thursday, December 18

posted Dec 2, 2014, 7:02 AM by Siobhan Ryan   [ updated Dec 3, 2014, 5:34 AM ]

Dear Families,


As you know, the Library traditionally hosts crafts offered by teachers and staff in the month of December.  This year, we are going to do it a little differently.  We are offering two days of crafts, Wednesday, December 17 and Thursday, December 18 from 3-4 PM for grades 1-8. Kindergarten will be doing their own crafts in school with their classes. We are unsure of the crafts that will be offered these days, but if you would like your child to participate please sign up Monday, December 8: http://goo.gl/forms/ri307vAfxe.

After you have signed up for your best day, we’ll send information on the crafts we expect to be offered that day so that children can choose their top two choices. This will help our volunteers know how many children to plan for.  


If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Ryan. Email is best: sryan@mdirss.org.


Thank you,


Ms. Ryan

Library

Turkey Baskets ....... 2014

posted Nov 21, 2014, 12:15 PM by Rick Barter

Turkey Baskets


Parenting Teenagers

posted Nov 20, 2014, 5:50 AM by Rick Barter



We would like to make you aware of a series of 5 community discussions that will be held in the month of December concerning parenting teenagers. This series is sponsored by the Next Step - Domestic Violence Project and the major points of discussion will include:
  • Strategies for talking with teens about relationships
  • Teens as leaders and positive role models
  • Next Steps for supporting teens in your community
  • Resources for helping teens to make safe and healthy choices

Click here to download  a flyer for the December 3rd event scheduled to take place at the NEH Library but please be aware that there will be 4 more on the following dates and places:

Dec 2, YWCA Bar Harbor
Dec 9, Deer Isle (likely the high school)
Dec 10, Harbor House Southwest Harbor
Dec 16 Next Step Resource Center 733 Bangor Road Ellsworth


THANKSGIVING FOOD BASKETS

posted Nov 14, 2014, 5:16 AM by Siobhan Ryan   [ updated Nov 20, 2014, 7:43 AM by Nancy Sweeney ]



Here are the items we are collecting this year for our Thanksgiving Food Baskets:


        K- Cereal or biscuit/roll mix

     1- Pie crust or sweet bread mix

     2- Canned vegetables

     3- Canned fruit or pie filling

     4- Small canned meats; peanut butter

     5- Pasta, prepared sauce or gravy

     6- Cranberry Sauce, soups

     7- Staples (coffee, sugar, flour)

     8- Stuffing, potato mix

School Messenger

posted Nov 5, 2014, 10:09 AM by Nancy Sweeney   [ updated Nov 5, 2014, 10:29 AM ]

If you would like to receive text messages regarding school closings you may subscribe to School Messenger. I
n order to participate in the new service you must indicate your willingness to receive text messages to your phone. The process is simple and only takes a few seconds to complete. 

 

Simply text any one of the following words to the number 68453subscribe, optin, yes.

You’ll know you were successful if you receive the following reply message: 

"You are registered to receive aprox 3 msgs/mo. Txt STOP to quit, HELP for help." 

You’ll want to repeat the opt-in process for any wireless numbers that you wish to include."

Grade 5-6 field trip postponed

posted Oct 7, 2014, 9:26 AM by Rick Barter

The fifth/sixth grade Woodlawn field trip that was scheduled for tomorrow, October 8th has been rescheduled for Thursday October 9th.

Business of Reading 2014

posted Oct 3, 2014, 9:09 AM by Siobhan Ryan   [ updated Oct 3, 2014, 1:46 PM ]

BUSINESS OF READING: NOVEMBER 17-21
All reading times are from 8:30-9:00 AM.
Calling all readers!  The Business of Reading Festival, a much anticipated community celebration of reading, will be held November 17-21 at the Conners Emerson School.  Over one hundred readers are needed to ensure the success of the Festival. Participation requires only a half hour of your time and most guest readers enjoy the experience as much as the students.  Volunteers are assigned to a specific classroom to explain who reading is important to their work and to share a favorite book or passage with the students.  The organizing committee hopes that people from all walks of life will consider volunteering their time to this worthy event.  If you are interested in sparking a child’s interest in reading or helping to make a connection between reading and your work, please join us the week of November 17.  For more information or to register, please contact Amanda Dyer (adyer@mdirss.org, 299-4467 x1013) or Siobhan Ryan (sryan@mdirss.org, 288-4467 x 1040).

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