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    Bugs in the Classroom!

    Deb Hatt’s 4th grade class participated in the Maine Lakes Society’s Bugs In the Classroom and was featured on Maine’s WSCH6 “207” TV show! They had an incredible...

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    I Can Calm Myself Down

    I CAN CALM MYSELF DOWN, I HAVE THE STRENGTH TO CONTROL MY EMOTIONS! These busy second graders are learning how to regulate their emotions, handle frustrations, realize...

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    Mrs. Owens Wins MEF Grant!

    Christy Owens, Kindergarten Teacher from Mt. Vernon, will receive $750.00 for her project, “Do you want to come play with me?” for installation of a playground Buddy...

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    MEF Grant Winner, Mrs. Lockhart!

    Did I Do That? Using Videotaped Lessons as a Teaching Tool Susan Lockhart, Literacy Specialist for Mount Vernon and Wayne Elementary Schools, received a MEF Grant of...

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    Author’s Tea

    The first graders in Mt. Vernon held an author’s tea on Friday, December 18.  The students published a hardcover book that had one story about a favorite...

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    Hour of Code!

    RSU 38 is participating in The Hour of Code Event, a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in over 180 countries, during the week of...

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    MS GT Students host Math Museum!

    On Monday, November 23, 2015, GT math students from the district’s elementary schools were the guests of the GT math students at Maranacook Middle School for a...

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    Mount Vernon Elementary School is crawling with “Bugs in the Classroom”

    Mount Vernon, ME – Mount Vernon Elementary School students will be getting their toes wet on Friday, June 5th, as part of a three part series offered...

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Don't Forget to Read!  

ReadingKVBA Letter 2016  Here is the list of KVBA Books for this year! KVBA list 2016-17
KVBA Forms can be found on our Library page.


Please review our school handbook:

MTV Parent Handbook 2015-16


Don't miss out on important messages!  Manage your School Messenger Account!

For instructions on how to manage your account, see the Parent Instructions for InfoCenter.

Click here to begin:  schoolmessenger.com/start


What should parents know about Snapchat?

Kids and teens love using the messaging app Snapchat because it lets you send texts, pictures, and videos that you program to disappear after a few seconds. But parents should be aware that it's not actually true that Snaps disappear forever.  Learn more about Snapchat here at Common Sense Media. 


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