Navy Capt. Chris Cassidy, recently named chief of NASA’s Astronaut Office, is the keynote at MSMA’s Fall Conference in October.
Congratulations to the Class of 2015!
Click the link below to view submitted photos from some Maine public high school graduations.
Acting Commissioner Tom Desjardin and incoming MSSA President Susan Pratt congratulate the 2015 President’s Award recipient Suzanne Godin
at the Commissioner’s Conference June 28th.
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Now that the Legislature has finally adjourned, it’s time to take stock of what bills passed and what they mean to schools.
Passage of the state’s biennial budget with increased funding for public schools was a significant accomplishment in the first session of the 127th Legislature. More than 40 other bills also were passed into law, including a change to charter school funding and laws that help clarify the teacher evaluation process and the move toward standards-based diplomas.
A complete list of what passed, what didn’t and what’s being carried over until next year is in the latest Legislative News.
Click here to view the July Legislative Newsletter.
Attendees: Registration information is now available for the 42nd Annual MSMA Fall Conference to be held October 22-23, 2015, at the Augusta Civic Center in Augusta, Maine.
Exhibitors: For your convenience, a new online payment method is in place this year.