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Cough? Sniffles? Fever? Send them to school or should they stay home?
Attending school each day is critical for children’s successful academic and social growth! This guidance below, a collaboration between Count ME In and the Maine Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, gives examples of normal health conditions that occur, as well as when to consider keeping them home or seeking medical attention.
News and Information
The SeDoMoCha Food Program will once again be sending home Christmas meals to families who could benefit from them. If you and your family would like to receive a meal, please fill out the form being sent home and return it by December 1st. If you don't receive a...
This winter, 87 SeDoMoCha 7th Grade students will be provided the opportunity to learn how to downhill ski with Friends of the Mountain in Greenville. Students will be provided 3 day trips to engage in an outdoor active learning environment that many of our students...
One meeting remains for the autumn season of Eagle Explorers. This means they prepare for their next activities before pre-winter break. Hopefully, they have plenty of ice and snow this January for ice fishing, ice skating, and Nordic skiing....snow shoeing...don't...
SeDoMoCha utilizes an automated calling system to contact parents and employees in the event of weather-related cancellations and other important announcements. In order to ensure you receive these messages, it is important to make sure you notify the office of any changes to your contact number.
Cancellation announcements are also displayed on the district homepage and Twitter as well as the following television stations: WLBZ 2, WABI 5, WVII 7.