Are you a high school student 16 year old and older, looking to decide on an exciting career path that might take you in healthcare and public safety, or just want to learn more? EMT can help you gain qualifications for nursing, athletic trainer, physician assistant, medical school, paremedic, firefighter, police officer, and many other fascinating fields! Join us March 3rd at 6:00 p.m. to hear from our current EMT studnets and preview the movie-High School 911, which chronicles high school EMT students. If you are interested, email Instructor Rory Putnam at email@example.com
PLEASE MONITOR EMAIL - Due to the high volume of COVID-19 cases in York County, any close contacts will now be notified via email. We will continue to make personal phone calls if your child tests positive due to pooled testing. We ask all families to pay close attention to their emails for the possibility of notifications related to their child(ren) and follow the instructions within the email for modified quarantine, symptom monitoring, and testing. If you have questions, please contact the School Nurse or your healthcare provider.
How will parents be notified of school cancellation, delays, or early release during a storm? Click here for everything you need to know: https://5il.co/12dhd
COVID vaccine clinics for youth (ages 5-11 ONLY) at various locations throughout our communities. Parents: See email for registration form, consents, and Info Session by physicians in Nursing Newsletter: https://www.smore.com/gz5jn
Please take the time to read this important Superintendent Update which contains information on the collective health of our schools, Governor’s visit to Biddeford, and more: https://www.smore.com/pcukt