March 14 update!
There has been much discussion in our schools about a national school walkout on March 14. While Maine-Endwell does not condone “walking out” of schools (such an act is in violation of the district’s Code of Conduct - page 9, Section VIII -”Prohibited Student Conduct” ), the district does respect each student’s right to express his or her opinion on the issue of school safety, and to honor the memory of the 17 students who died in the tragedy at Stoneman Douglas High School.

To that end, the Middle School and High School have planned alternative activities for students on that day. They include remembering the victims with a moment of silence, and encouraging students to help build student-to-student and student-to-school connections by performing 17 acts of kindness toward others they don’t know in their school. At the HS, students are encouraged to express their sincere opinions about school safety with 17 legislators or authorities. The means to do that will be available for students during lunch periods.

Student support teams will also be on hand to discuss school safety, health and wellness with students.

We are proud that our students care about their community, and we encouraged them to be informed, active citizens now and in the future.
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