Due to icy conditions there will be a 2 hr delay for AOS 93 schools.
GSB third grade students made squash stew, no rise rolls, and a potato and celeriac casserole at Farms Kitchen. Also, you can see they did the dishes as well.
Due to the expected winter storm, Bristol, Nobleboro, Great Salt Bay and South Bristol Schools will be closed Monday January 23, 2023.
GSB Students helping Karen Hight, Prang Art Teacher of the year, open their new art supplies from Prang!
Due to the impending winter weather, Bristol, Nobleboro, Great Salt Bay, and South Bristol Schools will be closed January 20, 2023.
Due to the impending winter weather, Jefferson Village School will have a remote day, January 20, 2023.
Miss Hedda came out to the yurt to teach us about native seeds and their benefits. This lesson was sparked by the student's interest in seeds they had collected in the fall from plants surrounding the yurt. They planted some to overwinter and spread the rest around the grounds.
So much love to our GSB Community! Together we're GSB Strong!
Officer Billy interacting with our students at GSB!
The GSB 3rd grade is getting skating lessons in January at the MRC!
Due to icy road conditions, Jefferson Village School will hold a remote day today January 5, 2023. Bristol, Great Salt Bay, Nobleboro and South Bristol Schools will be closed.
AOS#93 Budget Vote. The public vote on the 2023-2024 AOS #93 budget will be held at Great Salt Bay School on Dec 21, 2022, at 6 pm. In order to vote you must be a resident, attend in person and check in with the appropriate town clerk. Please note - this is NOT voting for or against individual school budgets. See www.aos93.org for more information.
Happy Friday from Central Lincoln County School System!
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Good morning from Central Lincoln County!
At its meeting on Feb. 8, the AOS 93 Board announced the selection of Lynsey Johnston as the district's next Superintendent of Schools, effective July 1, 2022. Johnston, who currently serves as the district's assistant superintendent for business, was chosen after an internal search conducted by the board and an interview committee with representation from the district's seven towns and five schools, including a principal, a teacher, a staff member, and multiple parents. She becomes the first woman to serve in the role since the creation of AOS 93 in 2009.
Great Salt Bay School's beloved art teacher, Karen Hight, has been awarded the Prang Art Teacher of the Year Award. Mrs. Hight is a 34 veteran of the Great Salt Bay School staff and has educated and inspired students with her creativity and kindness. Congratulations Mrs. Hight on this achievement!
Central Lincoln County School System/AOS 93 - Mission - Vision The Central Lincoln County School System / AOS 93 serves the common purpose of providing high quality learning for all CLCSS students. The school system brings together five schools and their communities, each as their own school district, to form a system. This system creates a network to implement common curriculum, assessment and instruction aligned with important learning standards that supports all students achieving to high levels.