Our Mission
The Maine-Endwell Central School District's mission is to provide a world-class education that empowers students to become responsible and productive citizens. The district is committed to instilling in all stakeholders the belief that leadership of oneself is necessary to achieve effectiveness, and to thrive both personally and professionally, in our 21st Century global society.
Our Board of Education
The Maine-Endwell Board of Education supports these principles, which enable our students to realize their potential, and gain personal and social skills that are essential for analytical thinking and working interdependently.
We Support:
Our Comprehensive District Education Plan (CDEP), which focuses on improving student achievement, open communication with all members of our Maine-Endwell community, and the best education for all Maine-Endwell students, which our community will support.
Latest District News
Register now for 2016-17 FREE UPK program
The Maine-Endwell School District is now accepting applications for its free 2016-17 Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK) program. Eligible children must be a resident of the district and be four-years-old on or before Dec. 1 of the year they are enrolled in UPK. 
MM's Heather Chidester is the M-E Liberty Mutual January, “Teacher of the Month”
Maine Memorial third grade teacher, Heather Chidester, is the January Liberty Mutual Teacher of the Month. 
Strategic Planning Committee sets its sights on success
A group of Maine-Endwell stakeholders convened this fall to develop a strategic plan for the district.  
ESPN "30 for 30" puts Spartan football in national spotlight
Spartan pride was in the national spotlight when Maine-Endwell football was the subject of a documentary that aired on ESPN's "30 for 30" show on Dec. 7. 
Middle School’s Kara Nunn is the M-E Liberty Mutual December, “Teacher of the Month”
Congratulations Speech and Language Therapist Kara Nunn, the December Liberty Mutual "Teacher of the Month." 
Board appoints new member
At their Dec. 3 meeting, the Board of Education appointed Christopher Seavey to fill the board seat left vacant by the passing of Alan Ewing. 
Nancy Kamperman is the M-E Liberty Mutual November “Teacher of the Month”
hey call her Mrs. Wonderful for a reason! Homer Brink second grade teacher Nancy Kamperman was recognized for all the wonderful things she does for her students and school, by being named the Maine-Endwell Liberty Mutual Insurance “Teacher of the Month” for November.  
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