We have made it to summer!! Parents and students should check their emails regularly for updates about what the next school year will look like. We are hopeful to have in-person learning in RSU5 next fall.
Click here to view the RSU5 Board Meeting of August 6 on Reopening of Schools
Here is a website that will help you better understand what FMS may look like in the fall. I will update the website as the CDC, RSU5, Maine DOE and science change. If you have any questions please contact me directly. firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click HERE to read the letter.
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Pownal Elementary School Wed. & Fri from 7:00 - 11:00
Freeport Middle School Tues. & Thurs from 7:00 - 11:00
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Dear Parents and Students,
Summer has started and I hope everyone is enjoying the great weather. At some point in the summer, we will all have to start thinking about September and coming back to school. We feel it is very important for students to continue to read throughout the summer. There is a different summer reading assignment for each grade. If you have questions about the assignments or books, please reach out directly to the teacher listed on the assignment. There are books for grades 6-8 at the middle school to borrow. The public library has curbside pickup now if you request a book and is hopefully scheduled to open soon.
The school is open daily from 8-3pm. Please return any materials, books, uniforms or laptops to the school. The front doors are open, and you can just leave your returned items in the plastic crates in the hallway by the office.
Dear Freeport Middle School Families,
We at Freeport Middle School are saddened by the death of George Floyd. His death has had a profound impact on discussions about race and injustice in our country. It has sparked a deep and broad reaction in our nation and the world. As demonstrators across the country protest social injustice, it is important that we at Freeport Middle School also reflect on how George Floyd’s death has affected our community and our students. Although we believe that Freeport Middle School offers a safe and welcoming environment for all children, it is time that we examine the extent to which we foster a sense of respect and belonging for all students. This summer our staff will be looking to assess and implement practices that support equality and inclusion. Our plan is to review Freeport Middle School’s curriculum, activities, and events and make substantive changes that will support inclusive practices for all students. If you have feedback on this, please feel free to share your experiences and ideas.