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SWEETSER MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

posted by Cindy Pellerin

Superintendent Update 5 1 2020

posted by Lisa Dearborn

Community Update May 1, 2020

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Event: LYMAN CARE TIME

Fri, May 29, 8:30 AM - 8:45 AM

Event: LYMAN CARE TIME

Sat, May 30, 8:30 AM - 8:45 AM

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Sun, May 31, 8:30 AM - 8:45 AM

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Mon, Jun 1, 8:30 AM - 8:45 AM

Event: LYMAN CARE TIME

Tue, Jun 2, 8:30 AM - 8:45 AM
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Cindy Pellerin
Cindy Pellerin
10 days ago

LYMAN ELEMENTARY FAMILIES,
I know you are tired, stressed, and doing the best that you can. We are so thankful for all the hard work that you have put into helping our students continue to grow during distance learning. Please watch the video that the staff created for you. YOU ARE A HERO!  https://youtu.be/OoSwMMfp2R8

Cindy Pellerin
Cindy Pellerin
11 days ago

Attention Lyman Elementary Families
Pick up schedule for student belongings and iPad return

Dates: 6/10/20 & 6/11/20

Time: 9:00 to 3:00

Parents please bring the following to the school:

iPads

Any other school property must be returned at the same time. This includes band instruments.

Return library or school books that were handed out at the start of distance learning

Parents when you arrive:

1. Please drive around to the front of the building

2. A staff member will collect the ipad and any other school property

3. A staff member will grab the bag of items from the school that belongs to your child and bring this back to your car.

All guidelines regarding social distancing and wearing a mask will be observed.

Vanessa Richardson
Vanessa Richardson
16 days ago

Maine's Department of Health and Human Services has received approval from Food and Nutrition Services to partner with the Maine Department of Education to provide a Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) benefit to school-aged children who normally receive free or reduced breakfast and lunch at Maine schools. This benefit will help to replace the value of school meals while students are learning remotely. Families currently receiving SNAP or TANF and have a child aged five through eighteen will receive a P-EBT benefit on their Pine Tree card in May. Families who are not receiving SNAP or TANF and have a child who is eligible for free or reduced school lunch can request the P-EBT benefit by calling 1-855-797-4357. Some household information will be requested by a phone agent who will then verify eligibility with the Maine Department of Education. Families who have not yet been found eligible for free or reduced lunch can apply through their local school district at the following link. www.myschoolapps.com Separate P-EBT cards will be issued for eligible families who do not already have a Pine Tree card.

Please call our office if you cannot access the online application and we will mail you a paper copy. (207)247-3221 x2257

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