Financial donations needed to support Our STEM Initiative. Please consider donating to the Boothbay Region Education Foundation, to purchase cutting-edge equipment for our Science/Tech/Engineering/Math program. Contact the Superintendent's Office for more information.
Residents of the Boothbay Region Have Access to a Wealth of Valuable Resources. Check Them Out Here: https://www.boothbayresources.org
Have a question about the balance in your child's lunch account? Bills are sent to home addresses monthly. You can call food service at 633-7131 or enroll at www.k12paymentcenter.com. If you use the website, there may be a fee for their services.
We are fortunate to have principals who give their all to their students, staff and the community. Well Done Dan and Mark! https://www.boothbayregister.com/article/principals-show-importance-boothbay-region-education/111522?amgee-source=dh&utm_source=Boothbay+Register&utm_campaign=fa8fc33c12-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_12_12_02_00&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_faad526758-fa8fc33c12-62130591
We have heard several people did not receive the most recent Instant Alert notice by text. To receive Instant Alerts by text, you need to sign into your account and set that up. The instructions to sign on are on the school web site or you can contact your school office.
We Never Refuse a Student Lunch! There is a rumor circulating that we won't serve a child lunch if they owe the school money for lunches. That is false! No student is ever denied lunch. We do though expect parents to pay for the meals their children eat. They are not free.
Exciting to see Mr. Gorey's students engaged in mock debates representing Maine's candidates for state and local government. It was a superb way to challenge his students to think critically, practice public speaking skills, and engage in the issues. 21st learning at its best!
Nine BRHS students were guests of the Boothbay Region Rotary International. Most of these students were either considering or already students at the VoTech in Bath. The Rotary honored those students for being the next generation of workers in the trades in our state.
Rise in Number of Students Nationally Taking the SAT. In 2017, 1.7 million students took the assessment. In 2018, 2.14 million students have taken it. Average score is 531 in math and 536 in writing and reading. Look at Khan Academy if you need help to raise your scores.
21st Century Learning in Action. I peered in a classroom and saw Faith Blethen and Gifted and Talented teacher Emily Higgins, learn "coding" through a Mass Online College Course from Harvard. Doesn't get more 21st Century than that! Dr. Laser
School Board Workshop - Nov 5th, 6 pm, at Edgecomb Eddy School. Workshop presented by Steve Bailey, Executive Director of Maine School Management Association. The public is invited to attend.
Consider enrolling in these cutting-edge learning programs at the AOS 98 Adult Education program. These are incredible opportunities to jump-start your career. http://myedtoday.com/boothbayae/
Our High School Learners Aim High! Check out the 2017-2018 School Profile Here: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/198606/School_Profile_17-18.pdf
We are always looking for qualified school bus drivers. If you are interested, please contact Dave Benner and he will discuss with you the process to get you behind the wheel.