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Call to Action for Maine Parents: Complete the Meal Benefit Application at School This Year – Even Though School Meals are Free

Maine needs all parents and caregivers to take action this school year––by taking the time to complete the confidential Meal Benefit Application through your local school, even though school meals are already free for all students. Families, schools, communities, and our state can greatly benefit from the data that is gathered from the application, and this application is important for a number of reasons.

Manchester School has been recognized by Let’s Go! as a 2020-2021 Gold level site.

Manchester School has been recognized by Let’s Go! as a 2020-2021 Gold level site for our commitment to improving children’s health, even through the most unusual year. Thanks to the efforts of Melissa Azzaratta, who oversees the Let’s Go! work in our school and our school community, we were able to achieve this status. Congratulations and let’s keep up the great work!

EmpowerME, a Health Empowerment Series from BTI

BTI has partnered with the Opportunity Alliance and the City of Portland to bring our community a monthly webinar health series to help with the many isolation, health and behavioral health issues that we are all dealing with. Please spread the word and attend a many of them as you can. Click on the headline for full series information.

RSU 14 Windham Raymond Schools will experience a TWO hour delay today.

From Chris Howell, Superintendent of RSU 14.
I wish to notify everyone that RSU 14 Windham Raymond Schools will experience a TWO hour delay today. So please take this into consideration for your student's transportation plans for the day. We will keep you informed if additional information is necessary.

RSU14’s Mobile Meals Van

As we strategized how to meet the nutritional needs of children and families on their virtual learning days, we wondered about the possibilities of a food truck.
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