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Thursday, June 4, 2020
  • Midcoast Mentors Helps Gardens Sprout
    Midcoast Mentors, a program dedicated to working with school-age children in Knox County, has launched a new collaboration to support backyard gardening. Several local organizations are supporting Sprouts, a free gardening ...
  • Sue Campbell Receives Human and Civil Rights Award —
    Sue Campbell, deputy director of the Rockland-based, statewide LGBTQ+ youth organization OUT Maine, has been awarded the 2020 Human and Civil Rights Award by the Maine Education Association. The award recognizes ...
  • Penobscot Theatre Company’s Dramatic Academy is holding a playwriting contest, called “Northern Writes Junior,” for Maine youth ages 4 to 18. Winning entries will be produced during a weekend festival next spring as part of ...
  • Registration for Pen Bay Soccer Club’s fall season is now open. The U.S. Youth Soccer Association/Soccer Maine league is for players in the midcoast who wish to travel within the state each weekend for games with other ...
  • Camden Hills Regional High School will host a virtual fine arts night on Thursday, June 4, at 5 p.m. Music, art and drama will each be represented. The visual arts department will offer a gallery tour of this year’s outstanding ...
  • Storytimes Streaming from Rockland Library
    Looking for some stay-at-home entertain- ment? Join Rockland Public Library mornings Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays for storytime fun on their new YouTube channel.....
  • Coastal Rivers Takes Education Online
    Sarah Gladu, director of education for Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust, recently led second-, third- and fourth-graders from South Bristol Elementary School and their teacher, Sarah Flewelling, on a virtual field trip. Students and ...
  • The University of Maine will waive tuition for all qualified Maine high school students, covering full tuition for up to 12 college credits per year. Eligible students are able to earn college credit while still in high school. UMaine offers ...
  • Boothbay Region YMCA expects that its Camp Knickerbocker will open on June 15, based on Gov. Janet Mills’ staged approach to reopening the state. The plan is subject to change. While awaiting specific operating guidelines ...
  • ‘Box of Hope’ Installed in the Town of Hope
    Middle school students at Sweetland School in Hope were in the midst of a three-month community service project that included helping the Hope Library — where one of their classrooms is located — in dealing with its discarded books....
  • The senior countdown for students graduating from Camden Hills Regional High School began on May 11 with lighting the Mount Battie star and a Facebook senior tribute. The last day of classes for seniors will be Friday, May 29....
  • Full Plates Full Potential, a Maine-based nonprofit working to end child hunger, has awarded RSU 3 with a $500 Summer Meals Program Grant to support their 2020 summer program. The school district, based in Unity and serving ...
  • Adult and community education programs in the midcoast and throughout the state are open and enrolling new students in high school completion, college transitions, workforce training, English-language acquisition and enrichment ...
  • The leaders of Maine’s higher education institutions are working together to develop a reopening framework that will be shared with Gov. Janet Mills and state health officials in early June. University of Maine System Chancellor ...
  • Applications are now being accepted through June 30 for up to $60,000 in student loan debt relief for professionals who live in or relocate to Maine and are employed by a Maine-based business in the fields of science, technology ...
  • Out Maine will offer a new schedule of weekly online activities beginning on Tuesday, May 26. Offered will be ...
  • The Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine will hold seminars for teachers and preservice teachers in July and August as planned. Thanks to grant support, all seminars — which will be held online — will be offered free of ...
  • Camden Hills Regional High School seniors traditionally count down the days until graduation with a large sign in the high school lobby. Since that is not possible this year, Randy Stearns and Peter Rollins installed red and white bulbs ...
  • Montessori Students Brighten Grocery Deliveries —
    Students from pre-school through eighth grade at Damaris- cotta Montessori School decorated grocery bags to brighten up deliveries from Main Street Grocery in Damariscotta. The students used art supplies on hand at home to ...
  • Five Town CSD Releases New School Staff Video
    Five Town CSD and Camden-Rockport School District recently released another video in the series “28+5=33 Questions,” in which school administrators who work largely behind the scenes answer 33 questions to help people ...
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