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Healthy Androscoggin presents "What's the Deal with Vaping?" at AMS Tuesday Jan 28th

posted Jan 23, 2020, 11:32 AM by Tanya Vanasse

AMS in partnership with CLC (Community Learning Center) are hosting an information session on vaping next Tuesday (January 28th) from 6pm-7pm in the AMS Library.  We would like to invite all parents of the district.  Please join us for this information session to help get the word out about this very real and concerning subject.

Head Lice Information -

posted Nov 25, 2019, 7:11 AM by rwalton1@auburnschl.edu   [ updated Dec 30, 2019, 6:54 AM ]

Dear Parent or Guardian:

As you may know, head lice cases are common among school-aged children. An estimated 6 to 12 million

infestations occur each year in the United States, most commonly among children ages 3 to 11.1

Below is information to help you learn what you can do if lice hit your home.


Changes will be made to bus routes effective Tuesday October 15, 2019.

posted Oct 11, 2019, 1:32 PM by rwalton1@auburnschl.edu   [ updated Oct 15, 2019, 4:37 AM ]

10/15/19 Due to Bus Driver resignations some changes will be made to bus routes effective Tuesday October 15, 2019. Affected buses are Bus 2, 9, 24 & 26.


BUS 2/26 Bus 2 students will now ride Bus 26

Bus 2 students will be picked and dropped off at their normal time, Bus 26 students may have a 10 minute delay in pick up time and drop off times.


Park Ave School

Bus 9 -  

AM- Students expect to be picked up 15-20 minutes later, Bus 38.   A robo-call to all parents went out 10/10/19


Walton/Sherwood Heights

Bus 2-

AM: Pick- up normal time

PM:  Students will ride home on Bus 34 or Bus 21. Any students that will be more than 10 minutes late arriving at home, have been notified by phone.

Bus 24/26-

Students will be picked up and dropped off by Bus 26, some Bus 26 students may be picked up or dropped off later than usual but within the 10 minute window of Auburn School Bus policy.

Immunization Requirements for 7th & 12th graders

posted Aug 7, 2019, 12:32 PM by rwalton1@auburnschl.edu

Immunization Requirements for 7th & 12th graders

This is a reminder that proof of immunization for the meningococcal vaccine (MCV4) is a requirement for all students entering 7th and 12th grades.
Proof of immunization must be provided in order for students to attend school. Students may not attend school until proof of immunization is received

Please be sure your child's proof of immunization has been received by the school to ensure that the school year starts smoothly. 

If you have any questions, please contact your child's school directly.

Are you interested in serving on one of the 6 subcommittees for the New ELHS building project?

posted Jul 26, 2019, 6:41 AM by rwalton1@auburnschl.edu

Work is being done from now until the end of December in collaboration with Harriman Architects to prepare for the New ELHS. Would you like to be a part of this exciting project?

Decisions are being made to bring the approved Concept Design through the Design Development phase, followed by preparation of construction documents.The project will go out to bid in October 2020.

The subcommittees will be meeting from 5:30-6:30 p.m. on the second floor of Auburn’s City Hall on the following dates:

            August 13     September 17     October 15     November 19     December 17

Please contact the subcommittee Chair(s) if you are interested in serving or if you have questions concerning the subcommittee’s work. 

Athletics and Site Subcommittee

Chairs: Scott Annear, sannear@auburnschl.edu, Todd Sampson, tsampson@auburnschl.edu

  1. Concessions / Boosters: How will the concession serve the athletic events and the performing arts center? How can those who work in the concession be able to view the athletic competitions? What will be the design of the concession? What equipment will be needed?

  2. Concessions Building Layout: How will the concession stand best serve the stadium and the other fields? What equipment will be needed? What will be available for storage?

  3. Grandstand Features such as Bleachers, Press Box, Lighting,Turf Field: How will fans have access to the different areas? How will we fence and secure the areas? What will the seating capacities be and how will seating be positioned at the venues to support events?

Performing Arts Subcommittee

Chairs: Bill Buzza, bbuzza@auburnschl.edu, Jon Bausman, jonbausman@gmail.com

  1. Information from comparable facilities (design issues, equipment, systems, etc.): What information has been collected? Who else still needs to be consulted? Consider setting up tours to view comparable facilities.

  2. Review the theater design in light of the intended functions:

    • Identify 9th -12th grade uses and other school district uses
    • Identify activities, performances, public events, educational programs, etc. 
       3. Work with architect to develop design and function of the theater.

Sustainability and Building Systems Subcommittee

Chair: Tom Kendall, teambart@aol.com

  1. Identify ways to make the building a teaching tool for Sustainability

  2. Commissioning and Building controls: Hearing from experts on the different options.

  3. Exterior and Interior Materials: Harriman to make a presentation regarding interior and exterior materials (Flooring, Finishes, Cladding, Glazing, etc.)

Community Use and Partnerships Subcommittee

Chair: Michelle McClellan, mmcclellan@auburnschl.edu

  1. Identify groups that may want access to the building: How is it ensured that the priority is school use to enhance programming and curriculum? Discuss the proposed MOU between the School Department and the City.

  2. Access requirements / time of use: What access are those groups hoping to have or how might they use the spaces? If groups are using the space, what may be the timeframe of those uses?

  3. Program partnerships / CTE advisory groups: Ask Rob Callahan, LRTC Director, the demands of the satellite program on the building use. When does the building need to be accessible?

Communication Subcommittee

Chairs: Adam Hanson, ahanson@auburnschl.edu and Beth Favreau, Beth.Favreau@rmsmortgage.com

  1. Plan the continuous release of information through a variety of media sources.
  2. Define roles, responsibilities and opportunities for communication to stakeholder groups.
  3. Maintain and update the newelhs.org website. 

Fundraising Subcommittee

Chair: Katy Grondin, kgrondin@auburnschl.edu

  1. Identify a co-chair and members for the committee

  2. Develop a fundraising plan, which will include timeline.

  3. Draft policy and procedures for soliciting and accepting contributions to the ELHS Legacy Fund.

Now accepting public comments on the ESEA consolidated application.

posted Jul 18, 2019, 6:25 AM by rwalton1@auburnschl.edu

The Auburn School Department is accepting public comments on the ESEA consolidated application. A summary of proposed grant expenditures and link to a feedback form can be accessed on the district's Title I program page:  https://sites.google.com/a/auburnschl.edu/title-i/ 

Substitutes Needed!

posted Feb 25, 2019, 7:00 AM by rwalton1@auburnschl.edu   [ updated Feb 25, 2019, 7:07 AM ]

  • Do you need a flexible work schedule? 
  • Do you want to work when your children are in school? 
  • Do you enjoy helping students succeed?

If you answered yes to these questions, we invite you to apply to join our team. 

Help provide challenging learning opportunities that prepare students for success.

For salary information, click here.

To apply for a position click here.

We are hiring bus drivers!

posted Oct 2, 2018, 11:45 AM by rwalton1@auburnschl.edu

Auburn School Department is hiring bus drivers

  • 20-hour minimum work week
  • $15.46 - $20/hour depending on experience
  • 8 paid holidays
  • 10 paid benefit days
  • Balanced compensation from September through June
  • Extra work hours available through summer programs and 600+ athletic/field trips annually
  • Health Insurance benefit for all 30-hour per week staff
Apply online at ww.schoolspring.com or in person at: 

Auburn School Support Services, 33 Industry Ave, Auburn, Maine. 

For more information, call Sheila Letourneau at (207) 333-6658.

Candidates need to have a Class A or B license and they need a P and S endorsement. If they don't have that, they need to go to Department of Motor Vehicle and get their permit. Once they have receive their permit, they can contact the our Transportation Department to be trained in order to receive their license to drive a bus.

New Immunization Rules

posted Jun 7, 2018, 8:55 AM by rwalton1@auburnschl.edu

Maine has added a requirement for Menigococcal Vaccine (MCV4) for all students entering, advancing or transferring into 7th grade and 12th grade in Maine Public Schools beginning in the 2018-19 school year.  Below is a notice from the Department of Health and Human Services which will answer questions about this requirement.  Also attached is a letter which was sent home to students from the Auburn School Department and the Immunization Form for the Auburn School Department.  

Please be sure your child is up-to-date on required vaccines before the start of the 2018-19 school year.  Thank you!

Parent Information - Safe Stop Bus Tracking App is Available

posted Nov 21, 2017, 12:21 PM by rwalton1@auburnschl.edu   [ updated Nov 21, 2017, 12:32 PM ]

The school bus GPS tracking software, Safe Stop, is available for parental access and has been active since Monday, November 13th.  A Parent User Guide is available by clicking here.  Access codes were sent home with students and provided to administrators at each school. If you still need an access code, simply contact the principal of the school where your child attends and ask for the code, download the app and start using.

As we venture into the implementation of this new software, please keep in mind that Safe Stop is intended to portray an estimate of where the bus is at that point in time. Parents and viewers should not rely on the bus routing app as an accurate timer to send their student off to the bus stop

The Transportation Policy refers to a 10 minute window on either side of the expected time of arrivalThe GPS software is merely another tool that gives parents an estimated time that the bus will arrive.  This could be especially helpful if a bus is running late for any reason.

There are still a few school buses without GPS and there will be language that indicates that the GPS is not yet available for that bus.  Additional GPS units will be installed upon receipt.

Click Here for the Transportation page of our website.

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