46 Cranberry Meadow Rd., Berwick ME, 03901
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Parent Resources

Welcome to the Parent Resource Center.

Y-Care will be offered again this year through the Sanford-Springvale YMCA.  This program offers daily after-school care as well as before-school care on late-start Thursdays.  Y-Care Registration Form

Saturday School Noble Middle School offers Saturday School from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm on multiple Saturdays throughout the school year. Saturday School serves primarily two purposes for the students. Academic reasons include poor grades, incomplete assignments or missing work.  Students are expected to be productive and produce quality work. Discipline reasons include skipping assigned consequences, chronic disruptive and/or defiant behavior, disrespect towards staff, and other areas decided by administration and the discipline committee. If you are interested in having your child attend Saturday School on a voluntary basis to have some additional work time, quiet study space, or additional instruction, please contact Principal Mike Roberts.

Raising Drug-Free Children  The Southern Maine Healthy Parents Network offers a site where parents and caregivers can share ideas and resources for raising healthy drug free children.  More information and the Southern Maine Healthy Parents Network Facebook page 

Donation Guidelines Parents and community members frequently offer to donate items, goods, services, or money to local schools.  This guideline is intended to assist in that process.  Donations are typically dealt with at the school level by building administration.  All donations valued at over $100 shall be brought to the attention of the Superintendent of Schools.  The Superintendent shall decide if the donation is appropriate for School Board consideration.   If so, the Board will determine approval by vote.  The district maintains full control and authority over all donations and programs.  (April 1, 2013)

Community Service Students at Noble Middle School may earn up to ten (10) hours of community service that are necessary for high school graduation.  Community Service Project form