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March 2015 

27th    Family Night w/ Movie 6:30

April 2015 

13th    Start of MEA/SBAC Testing  

17th    Duck Hunt & Read Aloud

20th    Patriot's Day Holiday

21st    Make Up Day (Tentative)

22nd    Make Up Day (Tentative)

23rd to 26th Vacation

27th    Testing Continued

29th    Nat'l Geo Big Map of Africa



NEWS

5th and 6th Newsletter

 Duck Hunt and Read-Aloud

On Friday the 17th before April Vacation we will have the annual Duck Hunt and Read-Aloud at Whiting Village School.  Some will hide the rubber ducks for others to find.  Then, we will relax, and the Upper-Graders will read aloud to the Lower grades.

By Antonio

 SmArt Downeast

Have you ever wanted to know what your kids are doing in art class?  Or have your kids wanted to show you what they did in class, but you couldn’t see it?  Now parents, relatives, and friends can go to facebook and look at the “SmArt Downeast” page and look at their work. Please look when you have the time.

By Lauren

Spring

Next week is the first  whole week of Spring! Get ready because the snow will be melting soon, and before you know it we will get Spring! There is one bad thing.  It will be wet and muddy! Get ready to start planting your gardens on a nice day! Hopefully it will be a warm Spring. Good luck with planting, and try not to get stuck in the mud!

By Tyler

Dennys River Volunteer Fire Department

The Dennysriver Volunteer Fire Department is supplying the students of Whiting Village School with a 9V battery per family to take home and put in their smoke detectors.

By Antonio

Big Map

Watch out! Giant map coming through! On April, 29 the National Geographic big map of Africa is coming to the Whiting Town Hall for the school. The school will head over after lunch to learn about African civilization and the land. In the past when they brought the giant map, we have learned about China, Asia, Europe, and North America.

By Chloe

Good Use For Snow

Some people think snow is not good for anything.  It makes the roads hard to drive on. It makes mounds of snow that are hard to shovel, and it is cold.  Snow is not all bad; it’s sometimes fun.  You can build snow forts, snowmen, tunnels, and tons of other things. But, the best one of them all is snow ice cream.

       By Melach     


    

























 
About Us and Our School and Web Site.....

Welcome to the Whiting Village School website. This site is just one more way we hope to keep in touch with parents, former students, and community members.  Whiting Village School is a very small school in rural coastal Washington County, Maine that uses a multi-age model allowing younger and older students to learn together.

Whiting Village School, Whiting, ME


Please feel free to stop by the school and visit us. We are always pleased  to hear from parents, former students, and the community.

.Whiting Village School was established in 1825 with the main part of the current building  constructed about ten years later.  Additions and amenities were added through the years creating an eclectic style of hardwood floors and high-speed internet.

Our school many years ago

 

Please check out the various links to some of our forms, calendars, and other bits of information. 

 As always, please contact the school with any questions.

Scott A. Johnson

Teaching Principal

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Maine Department of Education


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