Meningococcal Meningitis Immunization to be Required for 7th and 12th Graders

The Maine Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Education have revised the Maine School Immunization Requirements rule to now include meningococcal meningitis disease. For the 2018-19 school year, Meningococcal vaccine will be required for all students entering 7th and 12th grade. For more information about this new requirement, call the health center at (207) 454-8262 or contact Mrs. Skriletz at You can also view these two documents for more information: MCV4 Rule Change Parent Letter CMS CHS/NEW MCV4 School Immunization Requirement FAQ (1)


CMS Calendar Raffle Update

April 10th winner of 31 gift certificate was Bernie Yost

April 11th Tuppereware Gift Certificate from Lisa Tirrell was Tina Perkins.

April 12th Movie passes were Nancy Grant

April 13th Schooner Gift Certificate was Kaitlin Barrett

April 14th Seadogs tickets went to Sally Doten

April 15th Vera Johnson won the Mercier’s Salon gift certificate

April 16th 4 Subway subs go to Robin Bouchard

April 17th True Value Hardware Gift Certificate was won by Tammy Mitchell

April 18th Our own Anne Scott won the Joe’s Pizzeria Certificate

April 19th Dawn Smith wins the Crumbs Bake Shoppe Gift Certificate

April 20th Dan Merryfield won 2 Freshies Pizzas and a car wash

April 21st A Thumos Gift Certificate goes to Cassidy Carr

April 22nd Valerie Bowen wins the Nino’s/Caesars Gift Certificate

Congrats to this impressive list of winners and stay tuned for another week of winners coming up!

CES Read-A-Thon Raises Over $4,000

On Friday, April 13th, the Read-A-Thon Assembly was held in the CES gymnasium. This assembly celebrates the end of the annual Read-A-Thon, an event where students read in their spare time and get pledges from family members/friends for their reading. This years Read-A-Thon raised $4,100 for the school. Great job to all the students who participated. Keep on reading!

Makayla Cobb, SCRTC Welder and Truck Driver

In 2012, two SCRTC students Kelli Bailey and Quinn Sluzenski made a promotional video for the Totally Trades Conference. The video was about Makayla Cobb, an SCRTC student from Woodland High School who got her AWS Welding certification and truck driving license in 2 years at SCRTC. This video has been revived to not only promote Totally Trades, but to also serve as a piece of propaganda for the possibility of reviving the Truck Driving program at SCRTC. The full video can be viewed here or on the SCRTC website homepage.