Welcome to Harriet Beecher Stowe Elementary School

Quarterly Letter from Superintendent

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Oral Health Access Program

In school oral health care is available to students who do not have a dental home and have barriers to obtaining dental care outside of the school environment.

Harriet Beecher Stowe School has partnered with Coastal Maine Pediatric Dentistry to help ensure that all students have access to good oral health and dental care. All services are provided by caring licensed dental professionals. Each child will receive a prophylaxis (dental cleaning) and fluoride treatment from a Licensed Dental Hygienist. Dental sealants will be placed if appropriate. In the event that other dental concerns are identified, recommendations and arrangements for further evaluation and treatment will be made. The care provided does not include an evaluation by a dentist.

If you are interested in this program please contact the Linda Morris, RN, School Nurse by Monday, January 19, 2015

School Nurse Contact Information:
Phone: 207-319-1965
Email: LMorris@Brunswick.k12.me.us

Remember: children who have a current dental home cannot be seen.

Parent/Caregivers Visits to Brunswick Jr. High School

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Influenza Information

Information concerning Influenza from Paul Austin, Director of Student Services for the Brunswick School Department.

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Grade 5 Transition Planning Information for Parents

Letter to Parents and Caregivers of 5th Grade Students!

ASPIRE: After School Program

Harriet Beecher Stowe Elementary School-The ASPIRE Program. This program is open to all students in Grades 2-5 and is held Mondays through Fridays from school dismissal until 5:30 p.m., 3-Day and 5-Day per week options are available.

Riverview Foundation’s Aspire Program offers educationally enriching opportunities during afterschool hours for students in Grades 2-5. As a partnership between Riverview Foundation, a community-based, public non-profit organization/Martial Arts school, and the Brunswick School Department.

The goals of the Aspire Program are to:

  • promote academic achievement and improve academic performance
  • enhance physical health, fitness and overall wellness
  • provide cultural, artistic and creative enrichment opportunities
  • support parental involvement and engagement

For more information please feel free to contact Program Director: Joseph Carpenito at:

207-232-1718 or email: jo@riverviewfoundation.org

To learn more about this award winning afterschool program or Riverview Foundation, go to:  www.riverviewfoundation.org