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  1. From the Principal’s Pen ~ June 2019

    Posted on May 19, 2019 - School News

    Submitted by: Jennifer McGee I annoy my whole family.  No matter the occasion, I always have a camera out and ready.  “Everyone look this way.”   “Smile.”  It annoys them. It’s not a cell phone thing, because I carried a camera, old school, the entire time I was raising my children. When my children were little, … Read More

  2. ATW student wins Secretary of State Poster Contest!

    Posted on April 29, 2019 - School News

    Atwood student Ethan To has won first place in the K-3 division of the Secretary of State’s 2019 Maine Constitution Essay & Poster Contest!  The poster contest’s purpose is to “promote the history of Maine, the Maine Constitution, and the importance of democracy and voting.” The K-3 division was charged with creating a poster of… Read More

  3. Kinder Kindness Motivation Mirrors

    Posted on April 29, 2019 - School News

    by Maggie Solis, Atwood Kindergarten Teacher Our March Motivating Mirrors for our monthly Kinder Kindness project turned out beautifully! Each child decorated their own unique mirror with buttons, sea glass/shell pieces, and of course sparkly sequins! The mirrors will be hung in our school hallways with a different affirmation under each. We talked as a… Read More

  4. From the Principal’s Pen ~ May 2019

    Posted on April 24, 2019 - School News

    Submitted by: Jennifer McGee, Principal of Atwood Primary School   I was struggling for what I would write about this month.  After all, I have been writing Principal’s Pens for 20 years now.  As I was staring at my blank computer screen, a man, who had been working in the building installing toilet paper dispensers,… Read More

  5. Koffee Kart for Karsyn

    Posted on April 9, 2019 - School News

    Friday, April 5th, saw Ms. Deane’s first-graders and Mrs. Solis’ 2nd graders, all clad in handmade aprons and unicorn horn headbands, delivering coffee, tea, and cookies to the staff at Atwood and the Central Office. The undertaking was lovingly named Koffee Kart for Karsyn in honor of their friend who is currently undergoing cancer treatment…. Read More

  6. Goodnight Atwood

    Posted on March 28, 2019 - School News

    The Atwood Faculty has been working on a great new project that will be coming your way soon. Before long, Atwood students will have access to a compilation of bedtime stories read by all their favorite teachers and staff members. Technology teacher Robert Perks has been hard at work shooting green screened recordings of teachers… Read More

  7. Kaps for Karsyn

    Posted on March 26, 2019 - School News

    Yesterday was Kaps for Karsyn Day at Atwood to support Karsyn Mann in her fight against cancer. Students and staff wore hats, brought in donations, and serenaded Karsyn with Katy Perry’s Roar.  Our Atwood community was able to raise $2270 for her family through this event.  Thank you to everyone who took part. IMG_6019  

  8. From the Principal’s Pen – April 2019

    Posted on March 18, 2019 - School News

    From the Principal’s Pen April 2019 Submitted by: Jennifer McGee, Principal of Atwood Primary School Nine years ago, the staff and students of Atwood Primary School gathered together to support two kindergartners by holding a fundraising parade for the American Cancer Society!   On the day of the parade, parents and friends, brothers and sisters… Read More

  9. Atwood African Adventure Art

    Posted on March 18, 2019 - School News

    Atwood students spent the month of February creating African Adventure Art pieces.  Last Thursday, March 14th they held an Art Show in the Atwood Hallways to feature their work.  If you missed it, click here to see a slide show of the terrific art our students produced.      

  10. From the Principal’s Pen – March 2019

    Posted on February 28, 2019 - School News

    From the Principal’s Pen March 2019 Submitted by: Jennifer McGee Principal Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.   I hardly even think about driving anymore. It’s motor memory. After decades of driving, I can barely conjure up the days from the past when I was scaring my parents half to death,… Read More

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