(Deadline for submission is the Friday before publication. Most items are published for two weeks.)
MWS continues to recycle all toner cartridges and cell phones, just bring them to either office. Storage is easier if toner boxes are recycled at home. Thank you!
Spring Cleaning! We have the following items available, please phone Mer @ 207-319-8925 or email email@example.com for more info:
Looking to Move Closer to School: Single Mom/daughter looking for bright living space , 2 bedrooms, garden area to grow food, biking, running nearby , embrace low impact lifestyle, no pets, in Freeport, Pownal, Brunswick , Durham area. Contact info - 207-442-8559( evenings best) or email firstname.lastname@example.org (03/26)
Looking for a summer nanny or house sitter? Merriconeag graduate Dana Freshley is looking to become a nanny or house sitter this summer before she embarks on travels in the fall. Great with kids, lots of babysitting and camp counselor experience, and willing to travel. Location is very flexible as well. She will be graduating from the University of Maine this May and is 22 years old. If you have any questions you can call 207-522-6152 or email email@example.com. (03/26)
Responsible, part time childcare available: flexible hours, reliable transportation. Email Shoshanna Freedman: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information/to arrange interview. (03/19)
Looking for stick or block crayons, beeswax for modelling or rolling candles, books, fountain pens, pencil sharpeners, crochet or knitting kits, felted mushroom, beeswax tapers, small treasure bags made by the 8th grade, yarn or knitting needles? Come and check out the items for sale in the grade school office portable. (03/19)
We are looking for a family home to rent, 2+ bedrooms, yard and parking for two cars. We are a Waldorf family from VT, currently participating in the parent-child program. We are looking for a long term lease starting in May - July whichever is most convenient We have a very well behaved dog. Ideally, we would like to be within 20 minutes of the Portland / N. Deering area. Please let us know if you or someone you know is looking for a caring family to move into a rental property. Contact information: 802-399-2717 or email@example.com. (03/12)
Tues, Oct 14, 5:45 pm
Tues, Oct 14, 7 pm, Community Hall. Open Community Meeting: "Sharing the Strategic Plan"
Wed, Sept 15, 8 - 9 am. Couldn't make the Tuesday evening Community Meeting? Have more questions from Tuesday night's discussion about One Merriconeag? Please come for coffee to share your thoughts in a personal conversation with a few board members and staff. We want to hear from you.
Craft Blitz with Sandy Pearson:
Wed, Oct 15, 3:05 - 4:30 pm,M & M Room, Handcraft Building.
The items you make in this class will be sold at the Fall Fair, so on top of all these other reasons to come, you will feel good about supporting Merriconeag!
Children in grades 4 and up are welcome to attend the afternoon session if they are able to participate. We are not able to offer aftercare for younger siblings.
MS XC Race :
Thurs, Oct 16, MS Final XC Race at Twin Brook, Cumberland, ME, CCC Invitational hosted by Greely:
3:30-Boys Team of 7 Race
4:00-Girls Team of 7 Race
Early Childhood Parent Evening:
Thurs, Oct 16, 7 pm, Early Childhood Center.
Craft Social Parent Evening.
HS XC Race :
Fri, Oct 17, HS XC WMC race at St. Joseph's College.
(1:45 course walks begin, 3:00 VG, 3:30 VB, 4:00 JVG, 4:30 JVB)
See directions on blog by clicking on the link below.
EC Michaelmas Celebration:
Sat, Oct 18, 9 - 11 am, Early Childhood Center.
High School Information Evening:
Wed, Oct 22, 7 pm.
Desert Rd, Campus, 57 Desert Rd, Freeport.
Featuring Marisha Plotnik will present "From Clapping to Calculus" about how the foundation laid in the early Waldorf elementary years leads to a meaningful, rigorous and appropriate mathematics program in the middle and high school years. Evening also includes our high school teachers and students discussing our unique program and Beth Caputi,
our college guidance counselor, sharing her experience of working with our students, and why colleges are eager to have them. Bring your questions.