As a result of the declared emergency Calais Schools will be
extending closure. At this time we will plan to resume classes on
April 27, 2020.
Schools will continue to provide work for students. We will notify parents when additional work is available.
Breakfast and Lunch will continue for all students PreK-12 curbside at the
Calais Elementary School or in some cases delivery by calling (207) 454-2000.
In an effort to reduce person-to-person contact, the office of the Superintendent of Schools will be closed to the public through March 31st, but staff will be available by telephone during the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Monday – Friday. Telephone numbers are listed below.
Superintendent of Schools Office (207) 454-7561 or (207) 454-2296
Special Services Department (207) 454-2821
This decision will be reviewed and updated as necessary.
SCHOOL CLOSURE LETTER
Calais Schools will remain closed until Wednesday, April 1st for students. Staff members may work a modified schedule to be determined later this week. Administration, teachers and support staff continue to work on a plan to provide educational services through online and pen and paper work for students. We will provide breakfast and lunch to students in Grades Pre-K through 12 either through pick up at the Calais Elementary School or in some cases delivery starting Wednesday, March 18, 2020. If you are unable to pick up meals, please call 454-2000. More information regarding lunches will be available on Tuesday afternoon.
Closings may be extended beyond April 1st.
The Calais School Committee held an Emergency Meeting today March 13, 2020 in the Calais Middle/High School Cafeteria to discuss plans for addressing COVID-19 within our schools.
After reviewing information provided by the CDC and Maine School Management Association, it was decided that schools in Calais will remain open until further review. All after-school activities will be cancelled until further notice including the After-School Program at the Calais Elementary School.
The Administration asks that parents keep students home if they have a fever or are vomiting.