Wednesday, January 10, there will be a 2 hour delay and no morning Pre-Kindergarten. The change to rain will have our roads in decent condition by the time buses get on the road. The wind gusts are supposed to begin subsiding around 7 am. Should we begin seeing significant power outages, downed trees and/or serious flooding, this delay could change into a cancellation. With a 2 hour delay, our buses will be on the road around 8 am, so if the delay is changed to a cancellation, another notice will be sent out between 7 - 7:30 am. The Central Office will open at 9:30 am. Stay safe.
Distance Vision Screening for freshman will begin January 22, 2024 and will continue through the month of February. Each screening takes just a few minutes and will take place during advisory time. Please contact me if you would not like your student to participate in vision screening at 582-3150 ext 3347 or email@example.com.
Semester I Exams will occur during the week of January 16th-19th.
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There will be no school on Monday, January 15th, due to the holiday.
Congratulations to the Students of the Month for December and a special thank you to the Gardiner Rotary Club for recognizing our students! (l to r): Danica Martin, Kamar Alalloush, Catherine Wiese, Isabella Paulson
On behalf of the students and staff at GAHS, we'd like to wish our families a happy holiday season!
We look forward to welcoming our students back on January 2nd, 2024!
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A full day of school will be held tomorrow, Dec. 21st in MSAD11. There will be school for PREK students, both morning and afternoon. Click here for details from Superintendent Pat Hopkins: https://bit.ly/3TFXMIq
No school tomorrow in MSAD11. Click here for a letter from Superintendent Hopkins: https://bit.ly/3NAQAd7
Good morning. This is Pat Hopkins, MSAD 11 Superintendent of Schools. There will be no school today in MSAD 11. Last night I was clearly over optimistic about the possibility of getting power restored and roads cleared in order for us to have school today. Good luck with the clean up today. Please stay safe and I will provide families and staff with updates as they become available.
Good evening, this is Pat Hopkins, Superintendent of Schools for MSAD 11. I hope this message finds you well.
I wanted to inform you that tomorrow, Tuesday, December 19, at a minimum, there will be a two-hour delay for the start of school and the Central Office will open at 9 am. With such significant debris on the roads, I believe it is essential to wait until there is sufficient daylight before buses and vehicles hit the road. Additionally, the wind storm has caused damage to the roof at the high school and we need some time to assess the severity of the damage before allowing students and staff in the building.
Should it be determined that a two-hour delay proves to be insufficient, I will promptly release another message in the morning with further updates. Your understanding and cooperation are greatly appreciated.
Currently there is no power at the middle school and the Helen Thompson School. At this time we do not have an estimated time for the power to be restored and as the day goes on, we anticipate even more outages. Without lights and at HT without septic and water, it is necessary for me to release school early today. The Gardiner Area High School and the Gardiner Regional Middle School will be released at 10:30 and all of the elementary schools will be released at 11:30. Parents who have children at the Helen Thompson School, if you are able to pick up your child prior to 11:30 am, I request that you do so. Again Gardiner Area High School and Gardiner Regional Middle School will be dismissed at 10:30 and the elementary schools will be dismissed at 11:30 am. There is no afternoon pre-k.
GAHS Interact Club Christmas Fair
Saturday, December 16
At Christ Episcopal Church
Congratulations to the winner and runner-up for the GAHS Poetry Out Loud Recitation
Contest!!! Savannah Johnson (winner, picture on the right) and Mikenzie Keith (runner-up, picture on the left).
Please click the link below to view the Library's December Newsletter!
One Choice messages that can offer support to any struggling students, during this holiday season.
Congratulations to Junior, Emma Smith, for being a "Make A Wish" recipient! Emma's wish is to go to Disney World!
Congratulations to the Student's of the Month for November!!! (l to r) Kyla Shea, Logan Ponziani, Ella Kruk, and Catherine Lajoie.
December 2023 Edition of the MSAD 11 Central Office Newsletter.
Due to road conditions, there will be no school in MSAD11 today. Please stay safe and enjoy your day.