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Bake and yard sale benefits Little School

The Easton Little School Restoration Committee will host a bake and yard sale on Thursday, June 14, Friday, June 15 and Saturday, June 16, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.  

Baked sale items will be priced and most other items will be sold by donation.  On Saturday there will be homemade bread and rolls, baked beans, potato salad, coleslaw, macaroni salad and assorted sweets.  

All proceeds will benefit the Little School Restoration Committee.

Happy Days Club

The Happy Days Club meeting will be June 14 with a potluck lunch.  Everyone is invited to attend in the Recreation Room at the Manor at 11:30.  

Children from Easton who recently participated in The Maine Dance Academy’s production of “Happy Feet” included, from left, Isabella Copeland, Peyton Hallett, Delia Bonner and Jemma King. (Courtesy of Hillary Hallett)PTO News

Please keep collecting Box Tops for Education.  They can be found on many kitchen and home products. Send to Easton Elementary School in an envelope (if you have a child in the school, please identify with his/her name). 

Community Calendars

There are still several Easton Community Celebration Calendars that have not yet been retrieved.  Please pick up your copy (copies) as soon as possible. There are extras available.School

Registration

The Easton School Department is now accepting registration for children entering Kindergarten or Pre-K in the fall of 2018.

All children residing within the Easton school district who are 5 years old (on or before Oct. 15, 2018) are eligible for enrollment in the Kindergarten class. All children residing within the Easton school district who are 4 years old (on or before Oct. 15, 2018) are eligible for the Pre-K class.  

Call Easton Elementary School at 488-7700 as soon as possible to register your child. The classroom teacher will notify parents/guardians when an informational meeting for parents is scheduled.

The following documents are required by the state of Maine: (1) proof of immunizations, (2) birth certificate (hospital copies are not acceptable), and (3) proof of residency (rental agreement, utility bill, etc). These documents must be presented prior to the child beginning school.

Easton Elementary School announces their students for the fourth quarter, from left: Payton Caron, Amelia Bate, Rylee Leavitt and Adrianna Bridges. (Hillary Hallett)

Library

The community library at Easton High School is no longer open for regular hours on Saturday mornings.  Library services are still available on an “as requested” basis; to arrange a mutually convenient time please contact Steve Demaio at 805-2702.  

Bone Builders

Bone Builders class meets most Mondays and Fridays starting at 9:45 in the Recreation Room at the Manor.  This program is offered through Area on Aging, Cary Medical Center and the Easton Recreation Department.

Hillary Hallett is the correspondent for Easton. She can be reached by sending an e-mail to: hillary_jt@myfairpoint.net or calling 551-7737.

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