ESEA Public Comment Submissions

The Calais School Department accepts funding through the Elementary and Secondary Act (ESEA) of 1965. As part of ESEA, the Calais School Department is required to provide an opportunity for public comment on the consolidated application and consider these comments prior to the submission of the application and will be doing this through July 16, 2021. If you would like to share your thoughts about the application’s goals and priorities, please email:

2nd Dose Covid Vaccine Clinic – June 11

St. Croix Family Health Center staff are preparing for your students’ second dose of Pfizer Covid19 vaccine!
 Your students will have the full immune response by June 25 and can enjoy their summer knowing they are protected!! It’s so exciting and will help keep schools safe and open for the 2021-2022 school year.
Students and families are reminded that students must have their completed health history form and vaccine card in hand on the 11th. (they all were given the health history form when they received their first vaccine. ) The health history form is the same one they completed for the first dose, If you need another consent form or have any questions, please email the school nurse at
The clinic will be at Calais High School gymnasium.  Please plan to arrive around 9 AM and wait 15 minutes after the shot is given.  The clinic is expected to last no more than 1 hour.

COVID Vaccine Clinic – May 21

The Covid Vaccine clinic for pre-registered students will begin at approximately 8:30 AM on Friday, May 21 in the CM/CHS gym. Parents who wish, may accompany their students. If you are a virtual student, please arrive between 8:30 and 8:45.
All students must have registration and consent forms returned no later than tomorrow morning (Wednesday, May 19). For further information, contact Ann Skriletz at or 454-8262.

Pfizer Covid Vaccine Clinic

Calais Middle/High School will be hosting a Pfizer Covid Vaccine clinic on Friday, May 21.  The second dose will be given at the school on Friday, June 11 (yes, the school year is over, but we will still hold the 2nd dose clinic).   Please commit to both dates.

The clinic will be run by St. Croix Regional Family Health Center in collaboration with the Maine CDC.  The vaccine is available to students ages 12-19 at no cost.  Vaccine Information, registration and consent forms are attached.  Parents must return the registration and consent forms no later than May 19.  You can print them out, complete them and sign them.  Paper forms will also be distributed in homerooms on May 14 and May 17.  We will need you to return a paper copy of the forms.

If you have any questions, please call the school nurse at 454-8262.

Pfizer Covid Vaccine Soon Available

From the Blue Devil Health Center:
St. Croix Regional Family Health Center is working to bring Pfizer Covid vaccine to local schools! It is anticipated that next week the age will be lowered to 12 and over.
We will make every effort to vaccinate as soon as possible and attempt to be able to make the second dose happen before school is out for the summer. If parents/guardians consent to the first dose they must commit to the second dose 3 weeks later. While every effort will be made to schedule the 2nd dose before June 9, parents may need to bring their students to the school if that date is after June 9.
If you would like to sign your student up for vaccination, please call the nurse’s office at 454-8262 or email