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An update from our Superintendent 11/18

posted Nov 19, 2020, 2:13 PM by Bruce Bailey
Thursday, November 18, 2020

Dear THMS Students and Families, 

According to the Respiratory Center, an individual associated with the sixth grade at THMS has tested positive for the coronavirus.

There are 15 students and 5 staff members who have been primary contacts. All students, parents, and staff impacted have been contacted and will need to quarantine through December 1, returning to school on December 2. Teachers will teach remotely.

All sixth-grade students will need to move to the Red-Light/Remote Learning mode for the time being because their teachers will be quarantined. 

Food Service will make free meals available to sixth-grade students for pick-up at school.

Seventh and eighth-grade students will continue to be in the Green-Light/In-Person mode.

Please feel free to contact our school nurse Robyn Mailloux, Principal Bruce Bailey, Assistant Principal Alta Seekins, and me with any questions or concerns.

Sincerely,  -Mary Alice

Mary Alice McLean
Superintendent of Schools, RSU 71
(207) 338 - 1960

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