Hello from Greenville Consolidated School. This is Lee Pearsall calling on Thursday, July 23, 2020. We're so excited to welcome our Greenville Consolidated School students in the fall. There has been much talk regarding the reopening of schools around our country, in Maine, and locally in Piscataquis County and I am sure you are very curious to know your child’s options.
With current CDC and DOE guidance, we are planning for 3 Phases of learning depending on our category of risk as determined by Maine CDC and the Department of Education (DOE). These three levels are - in-person Learning; Remote Learning, and Hybrid Learning which is a mix of in person and remote learning.
We recognize that families differ in their thoughts of what is best for their individual children in this time in our lives. We need your feedback moving forward in our planning and have an online questionnaire. on our website. Please click here and complete the questionnaire on the options you will have for your children. If you are not able to go online, please call 695-2666 and ask for a paper questionnaire to be sent to you or participate in a telephone interview.
After gathering and reviewing your responses, we will hold informational meetings regarding the reopening of school.
The staff at Greenville Consolidated School presented two Milton Christianson prints to Kathy Stafford and Jim Chasse. The prints, purchased from Moosehead Marketplace, were gifts to the two staff members who are parting ways from the school system. Kathy, an elementary teacher, retires this year after teaching for an impressive 45 years. Jim, the current superintendent here at Greenville, recently accepted the position as superintendent in the Hermon school district. We thank them for their years of service and wish them both the best of luck as they move on and enjoy the next chapter in their lives.