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School Messenger Text Service Now Available!

Parents and GuardiansYou can take advantage of ourText Messaging Service Our school utilizes the SchoolMessenger system to deliver text messages, straightto your mobile...

Resources for Families and Students

Resources for Families and Students

The Crisis Hotline is available 24/7 at 1-800-568-1112 Maine Center for Grieving Children https://www.cgcmaine.org/ 775-5216 211Maine- Dial 211 is available...

Superintendent Search Committee Survey

The MSAD 49 Board of Directors invites you to participate in an online survey to gather information for our Superintendent Search Committee. To learn more about the...

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Lori

Lori

4 months ago

Fairfield Primary Kindergarten students had their fall festival today. Each student created their own Trash Monster.

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Kathy Burkhart

Kathy Burkhart

4 months ago

Benton Elem. installed a Story Walk throughout their playground. This story walk presents a book to enjoy while walking the perimeter of the playground. The first book was brought to the school by Mrs. Roy (Reading Recovery), titled "King of Bees" by L. Laminack.

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Kathy Burkhart

Kathy Burkhart

4 months ago

The Benton Elem. Story Walk book for Sept. was presented by Mrs. Rogers (Reading Recovery). She installed the book "Happy Birthday Moon", by Frank Ash. The October book was presented by Mrs. Crothers. She installed the book "Monster Who Wanted to Dance" by Keith Graves.

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Kathy Burkhart

Kathy Burkhart

8 months ago

On June 10th Benton 5th graders ended their engineering unit with a "Boat Floating". The unit included a guest speaker, research and following the engineering steps to making a boat that not only could float, but also carry heavy loads. All boats were constructed using cardboard and duct tape.

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Kathy Burkhart

Kathy Burkhart

8 months ago

The weather was perfect this year for the Benton Elementary field day! Grades 4-6 enjoyed the activities provided by Mr. Dangler in the morning, while grades 1-3 enjoyed them in the afternoon. What a great day!!

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