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Good News From Sanford Schools: June 15, 2022

Compiled from staff reports and Facebook posts

Sanford High School

During the Spring 2022 semester at SHS, students were enrolled in the first Waban/SHS Partnership These students completed a rigorous DSP and CPR/First Aid credential. A Direct Support Professional (DSP) is someone who works directly with people who have intellectual or developmental disabilities. They are also excited to share that this partnership will continue next year and we will offer 2 DSP classes at SHS.


Sanford Regional Technical Center

Seventeen seniors at SRTC received a tool package or a monetary scholarship from the partnership of SRTC and the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of Maine. The HBARME group provided assistance in acquiring materials and facilitated connections to local businesses and contractors. The home building project has become self-sustaining and is able to generate a scholarship fund for the students involved. This year’s students received construction, electrical wiring, plumbing tools, or financial awards to help in their future education for diverse professions, from heavy equipment mechanic to engineer.

SRTC’s Recognition Night was held on Thursday, May 26th at Alumni Stadium. Over 250 students were honored for completing a one or two year program at SRTC.

Step-Up Day for SRTC was held on May 31st. Students who have been accepted to SRTC for the 2022-2023 school year spent half of their school day meeting their teachers and learning about the program that they plan to attend next year. Many SRTC students served as mentors to new students.


Sanford Middle School

Miss Allen and Mr. Sanborn hosted Ms. Leigh’s second grade class from Pride Elementary to experience fun in the greenhouse and aquaponics system. These 2nd graders worked with the 7th grade students playing Food Chain tag, planting flower seeds, feeding the tilapia in the 500 gallon aquaponic tank, putting together student-made aquaponics cycle puzzles, and harvesting basil to take home.


Carl J. Lamb School

A visit from Chewonki provided live interactive experiences for CJL students by presenting live animals, rare specimens, and engaging activities that sparked curiosity in our students.

CJL’s Ice Cream Social was the same night as the Math Night. The night was a huge success with time to learn fun math with staff and families. Everyone created their own yummy ice cream sundaes and enjoyed playing and socializing on the playground. The ice cream was donated by Shaw’s Ridge and toppings brought in from PTA, staff, and families.


Margaret Chase Smith School

All students at MCS were able to select books to take home for summer reading! Thanks to Curriculum Director, Beth Lambert, and the “Reading is Fundamental” Grant, students selected two brand new texts from over 1,100 books– both a fiction and a nonfiction– to take home and keep! There are many favorite titles, including Elephant and Piggie and Dogman as well as many National Geographic texts.

Families and students participated in field games, face painting, coyote mask making, butterfly craft making, and planting seeds of flowers at the MCS Carnival. Students had the opportunity to pie some staff members during this fun night!


Sanford Pride Elementary School

On Friday, May 27th, Edward Cormier, from the FAA, joined our fourth graders and completed a STEM activity about flight. The ability to return to field trips and guest speakers has been a wonderful addition to the end of the 2021-2022 school year.


Sanford Community Adult Education

Families and honored guests attended the CNA Pinning ceremony for SCAE on June 1st.


St. Thomas School

Congratulations to the 8th grade graduates! Addison Gendreau, Natalie Payeur, Gabriel Waterman, Hannah Labbe, and Ellery Genest

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