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Apr 13
Printable Lunch Menu - Week Ending 04.29.2017

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New Menu Posted ​every​​​​ ​​Th​​​ursd​ay!!​​​

Apr 12
Principal’s Report RSU 83/MSAD 13

Principal’s Report RSU 83/MSAD 13

April 2017

 

Quimby and Moscow Schools are in the middle of Maine Educational Assessment tests.  These are the required tests to check school effectiveness of learning.  Valley High School will administer the SAT exam at the High School April 5.  This section of testing ends April 14, 2017.

The National Honor Society Induction Ceremony will be held Wednesday April 6, 2017 at 6:00.  Three new members will be honored: Alexis Davis, Kennedy Savoy and Kendra Sweet.

The Valley Dinner Theater players presented a very successful play on Friday March 31, 2017.  About 85 guests enjoyed dinner and a fun, witty presentation of “The Desperate Housewives of Shakespeare”. Students delivered their lines with fine timing and diction.  The costumes for the play were impressive and added to the excitement of the night.  Congratulations to student actors and to coach Kattie Sweet-Shibles.

Moscow School presented their Literacy Night March 16.  Attendance was a strong 54 people for the 5:30-7:30 event.  Parents and students moved through four stations which demonstrated ways to read with children at home and included complimentary crafts which added to the stories.  A Moscow School math night will be featured in May.

Valley Seniors have made-up three of four snow days they missed and are on track to graduate on time June 4, 2017.  The final make-up day is planned for April 8, 2017.

May 8 is planned for the annual blood drive at Valley High School.

Senior Prom is set for May 13. 

 

Mar 14
Principals' Report

Principals’ Report

March 9, 2017

​Grandparents’ Day is set for Quimby School March 22 at 11:50 and Valley High School March 29 at 12:00.

Grandparents’ Day is scheduled for Thursday March 16 at 11:30 at Moscow School-( change from 15th anticipating storm).  We hope for a large crowd, we know the food will be great!

Valley High School play is scheduled for March 31.

Testing for MEA exams will begin March 20 at Moscow and Quimby.  Valley SAT exam is set for early April.

Wellness day at Quimby is planned for March 23.

Moscow and Quimby schools have a book fair planned for the week of March 20.

Dr. Arthur Dingley donated two microscopes to the high school.  They are O-MAX Bipolar microscopes with USB cameras.  Students or the teacher can photograph the image and it can be emailed to the teacher as an assignment or by a teacher as an example for identification.  They will be an important component of Biology courses.

Coffee House Community Meetings will continue Thursday March 16 to discuss our shift to standards based grading and other school related concerns of the community.  Lori Conway will be joined by Melissa Lyons-Vitalone next week.  Additional Coffee House meetings are scheduled for Thompson’s Restaurant April 13 and May 18.  The Coffee House begins at 5:30 and includes a light meal of pizza, beverage, and dessert.  Families are welcome to bring children to the Coffee House.

Valley Teachers are presenting examples of unit design and assessment evaluation each Thursday through April 13, 2017.  All first and second year teachers are attending so they may see the application of standards based assessment in multiple applications.  Additionally, Valley teachers will develop common language for students and parents as we grow to an entirely standards based system.

Graduation speaker has been selected by the senior class.  Paul Stearns, replied he would be honored to be Valley’s speaker. He is currently serving in Maine House of Representatives, former President of Maine Superintendents’ Association, and earlier the Principal at Valley High School.

Samantha West was selected to receive the MPA Principal’s Award.  She plans to attend the event in Bangor April 1, 2017 with more than 70 other seniors from across Maine.

Our most recent teacher Mr. Paradis is working very hard and has successfully engaged our students with a series of projects related to their studies.  Kennebec Studies students are researching early relatives who may have lived in the Valley, and plan to travel to Maine State Museum to visit the archives and the Museum.

Chelsey Fortin of Maine State Department will work with Quimby and Moscow teachers March 14 on their use of data in PLC work.  Ms. Fortin will also attend a Priority school meeting that day.


 

Feb 21
Pre-K Fun with Snowmen!!

It was too cold to play outside, so Mrs. Fanjoy’s preschool class created snowmen while working on their hand eye coordination.

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Feb 16
100 Days of School!!
 

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Jan 03
Health Rule Change Notice

The Maine Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Education revised the Maine School Immunization Requirements rule on December 20, 2016. The changes further align Maine’s immunization rules with current national recommendations to better protect the health of all Maine people. The following two changes were made:

 

1.      Effective immediately, the exclusion period for varicella disease (chicken pox) has increased from 16 days to 21 days. This means that any child who has not provided proof of immunization or history of disease will be unable to attend school or any school related activity for 21 days. This time period will be extended if any further chicken pox cases occur after the first. The law requires a 21 day exclusion period after the LAST case.

 

2.      Effective for the 2017-2018 school year, all students entering, advancing, or transferring into seventh (7th) grade will need to receive one dose of Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis) vaccine before attendance is allowed. This requirement is for 7th grade students only; grades 8-12 are not included in this rule change.

 

You can find a link to the rule (Chapter 126 / 261) here:

http://www.maine.gov/doe/rule/changes/index.html

 

Pertussis (whooping cough) is a very contagious respiratory disease that can be severe and last for months. The immunity received from either early childhood immunization or pertussis disease wears off over time, leaving older students and adults susceptible to pertussis. Immunization with Tdap can protect students, schools and communities against whooping cough.

 

We are providing you with this information now so that you have ample time to schedule an appointment prior to the first day of the 2017-2018 school year.

 

Attached please find the Frequently Asked Questions for more information on this new school immunization requirement.


Nov 22
5210 Program

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collapse Date : 4/25/2017 ‎(3)
NOTICE OF NEGOTIATIONS COMMITTEE SESSION/MEETINGNew

RSU 83/M.S.A.D. #13 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
NOTICE OF NEGOTIATIONS COMMITTEE SESSION/MEETING
TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 2017
QUIMBY MIDDLE SCHOOL, BINGHAM, MAINE  04920
3:45 p.m.

 
Negotiations Committee:        Brian Malloy
                                                Pauline Lagasse
                                                Janneke Strickland

The purpose of the meeting is for a negotiations session with the UKVEA​

 
Lunch - Chicken Divan
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  • ​​​Salad
  • Applesauce
  • Lowfat Milk​
 
Breakfast - French Toast
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  • ​​​Cerea​l​
  • T​​o​as​t​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • ​Fruit​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • ​J​ui​ce​​​
  • Milk​
 
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Lunch - Pizza Casserole
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  • ​​Whole Grain Bread
  • Whole Kenrel Corn​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • ​Fruit​​​ Cocktail
  • Lowfat Milk​
 
Brekafast - Cereal
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  • ​​​Cerea​l​
  • T​​o​as​t​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • ​Fruit​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • ​J​ui​ce​​​
  • Milk​
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collapse Date : 4/27/2017 ‎(2)
Lunch - Pulled Pork
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  • ​​​Whole Grain Bun
  • Celery
  • ​Smiley Oranges
  • Lowfat Milk​
 
Breakfast - Eggs and Sausage
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  • ​​​Cerea​l​
  • T​​o​as​t​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • ​Fruit​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • ​J​ui​ce​​​
  • Milk​
 
collapse Date : 4/28/2017 ‎(3)
4/28/17 Valley Baseball/Softball vs. Forest Hills 4pm

Home game​

 
Lunch - Tuna Sandwich
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  • ​​​Whole Grain Bun
  • Cukes
  • ​Baked Chips
  • ​Apples
  • Lowfat Milk​
 
Breakfast - Cereal
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  • ​​​Cerea​l​
  • T​​o​as​t​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • ​Fruit​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
  • ​J​ui​ce​​​
  • Milk​
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collapse Date : 5/1/2017 ‎(2)
5/1/17 Valley Baseball/Softball vs. Temple 4pm

Home game​

 
Screen Free Week

Unplug for Screen Free week!!  May 1st through 5th.  Many activities are planned.  Check back often for updates!!

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collapse Date : 5/2/2017 ‎(2)
5/2/17 Valley Softball vs. Highview 4pm

Home game ​

 
Spring Sports Pictures

Valley Baseball, Valley Softball and Quimby Middle School Softball will have their pictures taken on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at 2:15pm at Valley High School.  Picture forms will be handed out by their coaches as the date gets close.​​

 
collapse Date : 5/4/2017 ‎(1)
5/4/17 Valley Baseball/Softball @ Richmond 4pm

Away game      Bus leaves Valley at 1:00pm​

 
collapse Date : 5/8/2017 ‎(1)
5/8/17 Valley Baseball/Softball @ Thomas vs. Temple 4pm

Away game   Bus leaves Valley at 2:00pm​

 
collapse Date : 5/9/2017 ‎(1)
5/9/17 Valley Baseball/Softball @ Forest Hills 4pm

Away game    Bus leaves Valley at 2:00pm​

 
collapse Date : 5/10/2017 ‎(1)
5/10/17 Quimby Softball @ Ridgeview 4pm

Away game   Bus leaves Quimby 1:30pm​

 
collapse Date : 5/12/2017 ‎(1)
5/12/17 Valley Baseball/Softball @ Rangeley 4pm

Away game    Bus leaves Valley at 12:45pm​

 
collapse Date : 5/15/2017 ‎(1)
5/15/17 Valley Baseball/Softball @ Buckfield 4pm

Away game     Bus leaves Valley at 1:00pm​

 
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