Maine school closes due to coronavirus

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Many schools in Maine have announced that they will prevent the spread of the novel corona virus for two weeks as a precaution. Others announced shorter closings as they monitor conditions. Here is a list of closings that will be updated as new announcements arrive. Closed for two weeks (Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27) Biddeford SchoolsBrunswick SchoolsCape Elizabeth SchoolsDayton Consolidated SchoolFalmouth SchoolsGorham Public SchoolsPortland Public SchoolsSaco SchoolsSebago Elementary SchoolSouth Portland SchoolsWells-Ogunquit SchoolsWestbrook SchoolsYarmouth SchoolsMSAD 72MSDMSMSMSMSADADADMSMSRSRSMSMSADADMSMSMSRSMSMSADMSADMSMSMSRS – Closed week of March 16th. The situation will be reassessed on March 20. RSU 2 – closed to students Monday, March 16, Bangor Public Schools – closed until March 27, MSAD 52 – no students Monday, March 16, Monday, March 16 is now Teacher-Service Day. It was originally planned for Friday, March 20, which is now scheduled as a regular school day. School officials said they need time to clean supervisors and teachers to plan distance learning. Auburn School Department – no students Monday March 16 Monday March 16 will be a workshop day for teachers and an opportunity for school staff to clean all surfaces. School officials said they would “continue to receive instructions from the CDC in Maine and the DOE in Maine whether our schools should be closed or not.” For this reason, Friday March 20th will be a regular student day. Officials said that if a child is absent on Friday, March 20, it will be an excused absence. Lewiston Public Schools – No Students Thursday, March 19 and Friday, March 20 parent-teacher conferences will be temporarily suspended. Spring sports activities, including exercises and games, have been postponed to April 27. Teachers and staff prepare for distance learning plans. Programming continues after school. RSU 24 (Sullivan) – Closed Tuesday, March 17th until Friday, April 3rd. These include the parishes of Eastbrook, Franklin, Gouldsboro, Mariaville, Steuben, Sorrento, Sullivan, Waltham and Winter Harbor. It includes the Sumner Memorial High School, the Cave Hill School, the Ella Lewis School, the Mountain View School and the Peninsula School. John Bapst High School in Bangor is closed until April 26th. The campus is closed during this time. According to MacKay, the school took its first steps last week to prepare teachers for online classes. The school will continue to put its planned staff into service on Tuesday, March 17, as staff who need to be at home with children may need to be present remotely or receive notes later. The online classroom approaches for the school begin on Wednesday, March 18. Cheverus High School – transition to distance learning from March 17th to 27th. Monday is a day of professional development for employees and students who do not have to establish a remote connection. Wayneflete School – Monday closed for students Monday, March 16 due to “foreseeable future” The faculty will be prepared for distance learning on Monday. Online classes will begin on Tuesday for the foreseeable future. Breakwater School – closed for the next two weeks – Levey Day School – closed until April 17th

Many schools in Maine have announced that they will prevent the spread of the novel corona virus for two weeks as a precaution.

Others announced shorter closings as they monitor conditions.

Here is a list of closings that will be updated as new announcements arrive.

Closed 2 weeks (Monday, March 16 to Friday, March 27)

  • Biddeford schools
  • Brunswick Schools
  • Cape Elizabeth schools
  • Dayton Consolidated School
  • Falmouth schools
  • Public schools in Gorham
  • Public schools in Portland
  • Saco schools
  • Sebago primary school
  • South Portland schools
  • Wells-Ogunquit schools
  • Westbrook schools
  • Yarmouth schools
  • MSAD 6
  • MSAD 51
  • MSAD 60
  • MSD 61
  • MSAD 72
  • MSAD 75
  • RSU 5
  • RSU 14
  • RSU 15
  • RSU 21
  • RSU 23

Other planned closings:

Scarborough Schools – Week closed March 16. The situation will be reassessed on March 20.

RSU 2 – Closed for students on Monday, March 16

Bangor Public Schools – closed until March 27th

MSAD 52 – no students Monday March 16

Monday, March 16, is now a teachers’ day. It was originally planned for Friday, March 20, which is now scheduled as a regular school day. School officials said they need time to clean supervisors and teachers to plan distance learning.

Auburn School Department – No students Monday, March 16

Monday, March 16, is a workshop day for teachers and an opportunity for school staff to clean all surfaces. School officials said they would “continue to receive instructions from the CDC in Maine and the DOE in Maine whether our schools should be closed or not.” For this reason, Friday March 20th will be a regular student day. Officials said that if a child is absent on Friday, March 20, it will be an excused absence.

Lewiston Public Schools – no students Thursday March 19th and Friday March 20th

Parent-teacher conferences are temporarily suspended. Spring sports activities, including exercises and games, have been postponed to April 27. Teachers and staff prepare for distance learning plans. After school, programming is still going on.

RSU 24 (Sullivan) – Closed Tuesday, March 17th to Friday, April 3rd

This includes the parishes of Eastbrook, Franklin, Gouldsboro, Mariaville, Steuben, Sorrento, Sullivan, Waltham and Winter Harbor. It includes the Sumner Memorial High School, the Cave Hill School, the Ella Lewis School, the Mountain View School and the Peninsula School.

John Bapst High School, Bangor – closed until April 26th

Mel MacKay, the headmaster, said that no classes will be held and the campus will be closed during this time. According to MacKay, the school took its first steps last week to prepare teachers for online classes. The school will continue to put its planned staff into service on Tuesday, March 17, as staff who need to be at home with children may need to be present remotely or receive notes later. Online classroom approaches are scheduled to begin on Wednesday, March 18, for the school.

Cheverus High School – transition to distance learning from March 17th to 27th. Monday is a day of professional development for employees and students who don’t need to connect remotely.

Wayneflete School – Monday, March 16, closed to students due to “foreseeable future”

The faculty will be prepared for distance learning on Monday. Online classes begin on Tuesday for the foreseeable future.

Breakwater School – closed for the next two weeks

Levey Day School – closed until April 17th

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