COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY: Help someone shovel today and earn community service hours. Here is the community service form if you need to print one-https://coredocs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/281/GAHS/2474429/Community_Service_Form_PDF_2021.pdf
No school today in MSAD11, due to road and parking lot conditions. The Central Office will open at 11:00 A.M.
Due to current road conditions, there will be a two-hour delay in MSAD11 schools. There will be no morning pre-kindergarten classes, and the central office will open at 9 am. If a cancellation is determined to be necessary due to road conditions later this morning, a second notice will be sent no later than 7:30 A.M. Please enjoy. your day, and stay safe.
There will be no school in MSAD11 tomorrow due to the incoming weather conditions (1/23/2023). The central office will be closed. Please enjoy your day, and stay safe.
Due to weather conditions, there will be no school in MSAD11 today (1/20/2023). Please enjoy your day, and stay safe.
SnoBall Semi-Formal dance Saturday, February 11th 7:30-10pm GAHS Gymnasium Dance guest request forms must be completed by Friday 2/3/23 tinyurl.com/SnoBallGuestForm
There are only a few yearbooks left to purchase! We have sold out the last 3 years. Order yours today! ybpay.com ID Code: 14398823.
MSAD11 will have a 2 hour delay to the start of school today. No morning PREK classes will be held. The central office will open at 9:00 a.m. 1/17/2023.
Congratulations to the Students of the Month for December (l to r) Skylar Libby, Zoe Herrick, and Cole Hickey. Thank you to the Gardiner Rotary Club for recognizing our students!
Winter Concert 1/9/23
MSAD11 will have a 2 hour delay to the start of school today. No morning PREK classes will be held. 1/5/2023.
THURSDAY, December 22nd is an early release day for students in MSAD11 (teacher workshop). Grades K-5 will dismiss around 12, and GAHS/GRMS around 11. There will be no PREK classes. Please have a happy holiday!
Pat Hopkins, Superintendent of Schools for MSAD 11: One of our graduates, Chase Fossett, recently passed away in a tragic car accident. A vigil has been organized by friends of the family for this Sunday, December 18 at 5 pm on Hoch Field. They have also arranged for a fireworks display to take place on the GAHS Field Hockey Field beginning around 6 pm. Knowing how impactful the noise from fireworks can be for pets, children, the elderly and others, I wanted us to get the word out to help make certain local residents know to take any precautions they believe necessary to ensure the safety of their pets and their entire family. Thank you for your assistance. Best, Pat Hopkins Superintendent of Schools
Pat Hopkins, Superintendent of Schools for MSAD 11: No school in MSAD 11 tomorrow, Friday, Dec. 16th. With student absences ranging between 15 - 26% and district-wide staff absences around 20% coupled with the weather pattern, it makes it difficult to safely run our schools and to provide meaningful instruction. I appreciate your understanding. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and hope the early notification is helpful for planning purposes. I hope the extra day will help students and staff get the rest needed to be able to return to school on Monday. Enjoy the snow and Happy Holidays.
If you are getting an error message when you try to login to PowerSchool on the App, it is likely due to a software upgrade installed on our PowerSchool server. To fix the issue, the App needs to be updated to the most current version. Users should delete the App, then install it again from the App Store. Our District PowerSchool code is PTNX We are sorry for any inconvenience this has caused.
Some Holiday Cheer before the Winter Break...
Distance Vision Screening will start this week for 9th graders. This is a quick screening that does not interfere with academic time. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like your student to opt out from the screening.
Congratulations to the Students of the Month! Ben Kimball, Sydney Dayken, Gigi Grant, Molly Stickney, and Jessa-Lynn Ellis, pictured with Superintendent Hopkins.
MSAD11 administrators meet with local first responders on a regular basis to discuss confidential elements of our emergency plan. The goal is to strengthen our ability to respond to future emergencies. There have been a few inquiries from the public as to attendance at the workshop this afternoon. The pre-scheduled meeting is for administrators and local law enforcement and is not a public meeting.
Superintendent Patricia Hopkins update from Gardiner Area High School: bit.ly/3gayEbE