In accordance with Parents Right-to-Know requirement under the Every Student Succeeds Act - ESSA, Section1112 (e)(1)(A) this is a notification from Central Lincoln County School System to every parent/guardian that you have the right to request and receive in a timely manner. Please click the link below: https://link.aos93.org/ParentRightToKnow
Due to messy road conditions, all AOS 93 Schools, Great Salt Bay, Nobleboro, Bristol, South Bristol & Jefferson will have a two hour delay this morning - Monday, January 29th. Please be careful on the roads later today.
Due to icy road conditions, all AOS 93 Schools, Great Salt Bay, Nobleboro, Bristol, South Bristol & Jefferson will have a two hour delay this morning - Thursday, January 25th. Please be careful on the roads later today.
The AOS 93 Central Office is hiring for a part time Accounts Payable clerk. Position: Accounts Payable Clerk Job Location: Central Office, Damariscotta Requirements: Must obtain Maine Department of Education Criminal History Record Check (CHRC) upon hire. Work Schedule: Year-Round Position, Part-time, Benefits eligible Rate of Pay: Based on Experience Application Information: Application packets must contain the following: 1. Letter of Interest, 2. Completed Non-Teaching Application (application can be downloaded from the AOS 93 website), 3. Resume, 4. Copy of Transcripts (if applicable), Application Deadline: When suitable candidate is found Acceptable Forms of Application Submission: Email, Mail, and Personal Delivery. Send Complete Application Packets To: AOS 93/Central Lincoln County School System attn: Linda Skiff 767 Main St. Suite 2 Damariscotta, ME 04543 Phone: (207) 506-3044, Ext. 101 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to the incoming weather, all AOS 93 schools will release early today at 12:00 noon. All after school activities are cancelled for this afternoon. Please stay warm and safe today!
Here is a great resource on technology topics to talk about with your kids - Childhood 2.0 - A Handbook for raising Kids in the Digital Age - https://link.aos93.org/Childhood2.0
Due to weather Jefferson Village School will have an Early Release Day, Monday December 18, dismissal will be at 11:45am. If you have any transportation changes, please call Jefferson Village School.
Nobleboro Central School is being featured for today’s Maine’s Positive Story of the Day! Please share with your staff and families! You can find the story at https://mpaprof.org/maines-positive-story-of-the-day-nobleboro/ Have a great day knowing that your school is being recognized all over the country!
The AOS 93 Central Office FY25 Budget vote will be held Dec. 20, 2023 at 6 p.m. The meeting will be at Great Salt Bay Community School. Voters registered in the AOS 93 towns of Bremen, Bristol, Damariscotta, Jefferson, Newcastle, Nobleboro, and South Bristol are able to vote on passing the budget. A detailed view of the budget and warrant articles can be found on the AOS 93 website: https://clcssme.sites.thrillshare.com/page/budgets
AOS 93 Schools, Great Salt Bay, Nobleboro, Bristol & South Bristol will have a two hour delay this morning, Monday, December 4th due to weather. Jefferson Village School will have a full remote day today due to weather conditions.
South Bristol School is holding their Holiday Craft Fair, tomorrow, Saturday December 2nd from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm in the South Bristol School gym. Santa will be arriving at 11:00! There will be a fish chowder or hotdog lunch available! For more information, please email Tenley Seiders at email@example.com. This event is hosted by the SBS 8th grade class. We hope to see you there!
AOS 93, Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust Partner For Summer School September 7, 2023 at 10:12 am Article by Dylan Burmeister https://lcnme.com/currentnews/aos-93-coastal-rivers-conservation-trust-partner-for-summer-school/ Prior to school kicking off for the year, AOS 93 and Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust partnered to create a new, hands-on opportunity for local students enrolled in summer school. For four Fridays, students took all-day field trips to local parks and trails, where they experienced “a full day of outdoor education and nature programming,” said Sarah Gladu, Coastal Rivers’ director of education and citizen science. During the series, students visited the Library Park Preserve and Plummer Point in South Bristol, Pemaquid Beach, and the Bristol Recreation Trail, located at Bristol Consolidated School. Buses picked up students and brought them to the park or preserve where they would be spending the day.
It's a great morning to start our first bus run of the 2023-2024 school year!
Back to school resources from Healthy Kids!
Katie Hurley, renowned expert in Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Development, will speak at Lincoln Theater on June 5 at 6:30 pm. Thanks to sponsorship by Lincoln Academy, Lincoln Health, Great Salt Bay Community School PTO, Hearty Roots, and the Central Lincoln County YMCA, the event is free and open to the public. While attendance is free, pre-registration is encouraged, since the event is expected to fill up. Registration is available through the Lincoln Theater website under ‘Talks.’ Dr. Hurley’s June 5 talk will focus on Adolescents and Technology, and how parents, social workers, and teachers can help mediate the impact of technology and social media use on adolescent mental health. She will address topics including cyberbullying and self-esteem issues that can be triggered or intensified by frequent social media use as well as depression and anxiety. The talk will address some of the pros and cons of technology use among teens, including proactive strategies to curb usage, and offer strategies to help teens learn to use social media for good.
Dear GSB School Community Member: The Great Salt Bay school board is working with staff and community members to create a Strategic Plan for our school. You are invited to share your voice in this process by filling out this short online survey. Several of the questions on this survey are similar to ones used in the 2019 GSB strategic planning process that was interrupted by the pandemic, and the strategic planning committee looks forward to comparing responses. In addition to this survey, there will be a public form on Wednesday, May 24th, 6pm at GSB for members of the school committee to share their input on the future of Great Salt Bay. The deadline to complete this survey is May 31, 2023. The survey can be access at this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfvbEKqkY4ZnluqBj8YA-0b_SqNJr2tE0o0J3Ul9wADQC6cUg/viewform Thank you for participating!
As of 7:35am Wednesday March 15th, only Nobleboro Central School and Bristol Consolidated School have closed for today. Great Salt Bay School, South Bristol School and Jefferson Village School all have a 2 hour delay. Those schools will start at 10:00AM.
Due to road conditions, there will be a 2 hour delay for AOS 93 schools this morning, Wednesday March 15th.
The superintendent has made the official call on calling tomorrow's weather - AOS 93 Weather alert - Due to the impending winter storm, Bristol and Jefferson schools will have a remote learning day on Tuesday March 14th and Great Salt Bay, Nobleboro, and South Bristol schools will have a snow day. Please stay tuned for more information to come as we keep an eye on the weather for Wednesday March 15th.
AOS 93 Weather alert - Due to the impending winter storm, Bristol and Jefferson schools will have a remote learning day on Tuesday March 14th and Great Salt Bay, Nobleboro, and South Bristol schools will have a snow day. Please stay tuned for more information to come as we keep an eye on the weather for Wednesday March 15th.