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School Resource Officer update, carbon footprint reduction, athletic news, pool improvements, proficiency primer #3

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Performing Arts Center Construction UpdateTrenches are being dug for the foundation of the Performing Arts Center along with the laying of rebar to support the foundation. Concrete has started to be poured and should take approximately 6 weeks for completion. Truck loads of fill are being brought in to shore up the base where the building will be. 




School Resource Officer UpdateWe have been aware of several Facebook posts that were written regarding the SRO (School Resource Officer) position.  Some parents and community members had posted that the district was eliminating the position. Please know this is not accurate. The district has no plans to eliminate the School Resource Officer position. 

Parents & community members should always feel comfortable reaching out to school and district administration around topics that arise. 



Falmouth Cumberland Chamber of Commerce MeetingOn Thursday, October 12, Ashley Caswell, community development & resource manager and Mark Bay, pathway…

PAC Construction Update, ACT Scores and Proficiency

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PAC Construction Update Yesterday we had the Official Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Performing Arts Center! It was a wonderful ceremony with nearly 200 MSAD #51 students in grades 1-12 performing and approximately 200 parents, staff and community members in attendance. This Performing Arts Center will truly be a community asset.

Construction has continued on schedule. Safety fencing has been erected around the whole site, loam is being scraped up and the base pavement has been laid. AH Grover is diligently moving through all of the site work. Site work will continue into the winter months.

Over the next two weeks, you should begin to see concrete being poured for the building's foundation.

ACT Scores We received our ACT scores and again they are above-average for predicting our students' readiness for college-level coursework. 65% of our tested high school students are ready for the rigor of college courses (compared to 46% in Maine). 100% of our students are ready for Engl…