School Bus Drivers Wanted
STA - Ledgemere Transportation
BE A PART OF YOUR COMMUNITY - DRIVE A SCHOOL BUS..
*COMPANY TRAINING WITH OUR CERTIFIED INSTRUCTORS.
*GREAT STARTING RATE!! Paid training so you earn as you learn.
*PART-TIME HOURS WITH A LIFETIME OF REWARD
*SAME VACATIONS & DAYS OFF AS MOST SCHOOLS.
*FRIENDLY AND FUN
*NO NEED TO PAY FOR DAYCARE - BRING YOUR CHILDREN WITH YOU.
Call us today! We have immediate Openings:
HIRING Bus drivers in: Auburn ME
Contact: Jennifer Rivera (Recruiting Manager) 508-380-8329
Or submit your Resume to: email@example.com
We want to make sure all citizens are aware that our schools that are being used as polling sites for voting on November 8, 2016 (Washburn, Sherwood Heights, Fairview, and Auburn Middle School) have sent letters home to parents to outline the precautions taken at each location. Due to the anticipated volume of voters, we have taken precautions to review the polling area at each location to make sure there is no access to any other part of the school. In addition, there will be a police officer monitoring the voting area to ensure safety.
Parents were encouraged to vote early to avoid crowded parking lots and long lines on election day through the use of walk-in absentee ballots that were available at Auburn Hall through November 3rd.
All citizens need to be cautious traveling in the area of the schools on election day due to voter traffic. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work with the city to provide voters an opportunity to vote while we continue to educate our students.
We also want you to know that if you decide to not send your child to school on November 8, 2016, due to concerns about the public accessing the polling location, it will be an excused absence. Please call the school in advance to let the secretary know your decision to not send your child on election day.
If you would like to read the entire letter sent to parents by each school that is a polling site, please click on the attached letters below.
In their Leveraging Learning institutes, the Auburn School Department helps participants learn how to successfully design and implement an iPad initiative to customize learning for students. The institute will provide participants with opportunities to network and learn from others. While Auburn’s Early Elementary iPad Initiative is a kindergarten, Grade 1, Grade 2, and Grade 3 implementation, the Institute is designed to support all elementary iPad implementations.
Auburn School Department is pleased to announce we are hosting the "Annual Influenza Vaccine Clinic" in partnership with Androscoggin Home Health & Hospice and Interim Health Care. Vaccines are Injections only.
Date: Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Time: 3:00-6:00 pm
Location: Edward Little High School (Please enter through front doors of ELHS)
Eligible: Auburn School Department students (5 years old & older)
Auburn School Department employees
*Students and staff who receive a vaccination will be required to remain at the clinic for 15 minutes following the influenza vaccine injection for observation (in case of potential adverse reactions)*
Auburn School Department licensed nursing personnel will be vaccinating students on-site (ELHS)
**No insurance required-State of Maine supplied vaccine.
Interim Health Care will be vaccinating Auburn School Department employees.
**Insurance cards are required for those who are insured (for reimbursement purposes) Interim Health Care is providing the vaccine-State of Maine is no longer providing employee vaccine.
It is an exciting time for Auburn as we begin to plan for a new high school! For information about becoming a member of the High School Building Committee, please read below:
High School Building Committee Charge
October 19, 2016
The Auburn School Committee authorizes the creation of a Building Committee for guiding representatives of the Architect firm selected and the School Committee in planning for the construction of a new high school building. The scope of the Building Committee’s responsibilities will be to recommend to the School Committee design, materials and other such elements and features necessary to construct a building to meet the current and future needs of students. It is an expectation that the Building Committee will use the District’s Vision 2020, current high school facilities research, and local educational program needs to guide their deliberations.
The Building Committee’s membership shall include two representatives of the School Committee, two representatives of the City Council, High School Principal, one high school staff member, student representative, four parents and/or citizens representing a cross-section of the community. The Superintendent of Schools, School Business Manager, and City Manager shall be ex officio members of the committee.
Building Committee members shall meet on a regular basis as required. An agenda for each meeting will be developed and a person will be designated to keep minutes of each meeting. All Building Committee agendas and minutes shall be made available to the public on the Auburn School Department website and in the Superintendent of School’s Office.
Applicants who wish to serve on the Building Committee shall submit a written statement expressing their interest, which should include contact information, highlighting interest for serving and any unique qualifications they will bring to the committee. All letters of interest shall be delivered to the Superintendent of Schools Office or sent via email to Roz Walton, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent, firstname.lastname@example.org, on or before November 4, 2016. Committee members will be notified of their selection by November 9, 2016. The first Building Committee meeting is scheduled for November 29, 2016, 6-8pm in City Council Chambers.
A Congressional Town Hall Hosted By Maine’s 2nd District Congressman Bruce Poliquin
Founding member of the Congressional Bipartisan Task Force to Combat the Heroin Epidemic
6 – 8 p.m., Tuesday, August 16 Kirk Hall, Central Maine Community College, 1250 Turner St., Auburn
Those on the front lines of Maine’s deadly opioid epidemic say the most common call they receive is from parents who don’t know where to turn as they watch a loved one struggle with a substance use disorder. And, a recent state taskforce concluded that if families were better educated and engaged in evidence-based prevention, treatment and recovery, youth would be guided away from substance use towards paths of success and wellness.
Hosted by Our Congressman Bruce Poliquin, this Congressional Town Hall will provide a safe, supportive space for families to come together and learn proven prevention strategies and local treatment and recovery resources so they can more constructively support their loved ones and communities. In addition to inspiring stories from area families supporting a loved one who is addicted or in recovery, attendees will have time to talk directly with Central Maine’s leading prevention, treatment, law enforcement and health care leaders, and each other.
For more information or assistance: 179 Lisbon St. Lewiston, ME 784-0768
Download full poster attached below:
Vote on the School Budget then support your local teams at the following events on Tuesday, June 14th:
Northern Maine Championship Baseball - 4:30 pm
These events are sponsored by Maine Principals' Association
Enjoy a great evening of family entertainment after casting your vote on the budget.
Note: No Pets allowed at these venues
The City Budget Public Hearing is April 25th at 7:00pm and the Proposed School Committee Budget will be part of the hearing discussion. We encourage people to attend to speak on behalf of education! The proposed budget is an increase of $0.60 to the mill rate, which is a $60.39 annual increase to a home assessed at $100,000. For more information about the Proposed Budget, please refer to Quick Link and click Budget Information FY 17.
ELHS Chemistry Through Agriculture Program is hosting a science-fair style Climate Summit. Students, mainly Juniors and Seniors, will be presenting their research regarding chemistry and/or agriculture in relation to Climate Change. This has been a student-driven project, and we would like to invite teachers, administrators, and the community to attend.
Date: Wednesday, April 13th
Time: 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Location: Science Wing, ELHS