Albion fifth-graders and the teacher Ms.Lauren Conohan has submitted a proposal to the Maine Department of Education to be considered for a spot to present at this year's "Maine Learning Technology Initiative Student Conference. Here is the link: https://youtu.be/j3nZ2qPmVZM
MSAD#49 has launched an Online Bullying Reporting Program called Optania. This online program allows students, parents and others to report allegations of bullying 24/7. Check out the demonstration at: https://maine.optania.com/
LJHS now has a Facebook Page. Follow to get school updates and news. https://www.facebook.com/ljhs49/
Lawrence Junior High has joined the "Hero Squad"! Mrs. Easler's, Mrs. White's, and Mrs. Lapierre's homerooms are working to "Change Cancer". Spare change will be donated to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society to help teens undergoing cancer treatment. Last year we raised $550, our goal is $600. Please send your spare change in with your child to their homeroom collection box or bring it with you to Parent/Teacher Conferences. Thank you!
Clinton Elementary is experiencing a telecommunication issue. Time Warner is working to get the issue resolved. In the meantime if you need to get in touch with the school you can dial 453-4200 and press 4 for the business office. They will get messages to the school.
Clinton Elementary is experiencing technical difficulties this morning. Time Warner is aware of the issue and is working to resolve it. This is effecting their phones as well. We appreciate your patience as we work to get this issue resolved asap.
March 6th & 7th Lawrence High School Parent Teacher Conferences sign up. https://www.ptcfast.com/schools/Lawrence_High_School_1 https://www.ptcfast.com/schools/Lawrence_Jr_High_School
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