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WHAT'S NEW AT RES

Assistant Principal's Home Page

 

Extended Leave Form

 

New Student Registration

is available by visiting the following website:

https://public.rsu14.org
/
studentregistration

Don't forget to clip, save and turn

your Box Tops in.

 

 


Just one piece of the wonderful

art that is created here at

Raymond Elementary.

 


SHOOTING FOR THE STARS

 

 

 


Raymond Elementary School

434 Webbs Mills Rd

Raymond, ME  04071

 

P  207-655-8672

F  207-655-8664

Don't forget NO SCHOOL February 15 through 19

Winter Break

Click Here to Sign-Up for Spring 2016 Parent Teacher Conferences on PTC Fast

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Check out our Monthly Newsletters

2016 April Newsletter

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New Student Registration will be available by visiting the following website address:

https://public.rsu14.org/studentregistration

Shoot for the Stars!!!

Students at RES are recommended to receive a star if they have behavior that goes above and beyond teacher expectations. For example, we had one student who took it upon herself to create a crossword puzzle for her whole class with the class spelling words, and we had another student who gave up his time every morning to support a younger student.  These students are given a "STAR". The STARS are read at the morning announcements and then the stars are mounted on the bulletin board outside the office. Once a week a STAR student's name is pulled from the jar and this student is given a chance to have lunch with a favorite teacher, or extra gym or art time. We even had a student who wanted to spend time with his former kindergarten teacher!! Stop by and look at the STARS!!

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Kaylee Lacasse autographs The Frog Pond Trail sign that she designed!.  Come walk our Frog Pond Trail, it is beautiful and open to the public.  

 

 

Putting leaves into what will soon be a Scarecrow for Kindergarten Fall Festival.