COMMUNITY MESSAGE FROM SUPERINTENDENT 11-14-2020 - Kelly MacFadyen
This message is to inform you that an individual associated with Tri-County Technical Center has tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing is being done because the positive test impacts the quarantine requirements in multiple school districts. Steps have been taken with the TCTC response team to follow the Maine CDC and DOE guidelines to notify staff and students as appropriate. As it is important to be transparent with our entire community, here are some details:
The individual who tested positive was last in attendance at the school on Thursday, November 12, 2020. Twenty-four students who attend TCTC and one staff member are now in quarantine. All students and staff required to quarantine have been contacted directly by CDC contact tracers and/or school personnel. At this time, the Tri-County Technical Center will continue to operate the school on the current schedule.
At this time, no Greenville students have been impacted.
COVID-19 Family Letter
TCTC COVID-19 11-05-2020
Breakfast and Lunch Update
The Greenville School Department
will be providing free breakfast and lunch
to all children ages 18 and under
until December 31, 2020
If you would like to sign up for breakfast and lunch
but are not currently enrolled as an in-person learner,
please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pickup time is Monday - Friday at 11:00
@ the back door of the Oakes Building.
We are currently not able to deliver.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact
Linda Hamilton, Food Service Director
207-695-3708 Ext 1
Principal All Call Message on Tuesday, September 15, 2020
We have some good news to share tonight. We have heard from Maine DOE that we are able to extend our food service program and offer breakfast and lunch meals to ALL students at no cost through to December 31, 2020. Thank you for all of you who have already returned the food service forms – our school programming benefits from the completion of these forms and we will need this information to provide free and reduced meals after the COVID relief funding ends on December 31. We will be sending back your checks for meal payments in with progress reports that will be mailed on Friday, October 9. Students who paid in cash will receive a school issued check for repayment.
Remote learners will learn about how they can pick up daily meals at the Remote Learning Sessions tonight and tomorrow night.
Additionally, given the possibility of having to switch to remote learning for all students at some point in the school year, we will not be collecting device insurance payments of $50. We will be mailing back your checks for insurance payments in with your student’s progress reports mailed on October 9, also. Any students who paid in cash will receive a school issued check.
Lastly, the Rockwood bus is repaired and ready to pick up students on its route starting tomorrow morning!
With all that said, have a great evening and we will see your in-person learners tomorrow morning. Thank you!