Spirit Week has begun! Anything but a backpack day done with style...
Our littlest Capers getting to know the Cape Elizabeth Firefighters, as seen from a CEHS window!
Please click the link below to read the Superintendent's latest communication to the community. Have a wonderful Holiday Weekend! https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1609547/Parent_Guardian_Update_10_8_21__1_.pdf
Check out Cape Esports Fall Line-up! https://www.cape.k12.me.us/article/550512
Check out our former Technology Integrator at CEMS, Jonathon Werner in his new (temporary) role with the state! https://mailchi.mp/maine/media-release-maine-doe-celebrates-april-as-the-month-of-the-military-child-1323920?e=529b28fd2e
Our Powerhouse Pooled Testing Team coming to a school near you! Keeping our schools and community safe one week at a time!
Esports will be having their Fall Season Info Meeting on Thursday, September 2nd in the Achievement Center after school.
Our CEHS Outdoor Leaders had a great day at the Teen to Trails Conference in Winthrop today. They participated in a fully outside training with 20+ other Maine high schools.
CEHS held a class on Kayak Rescue! Participants learned what to do in the event of a capsize, whether it's your own boat, or someone else! Goals were to roll, and get back into the boat in under a minute!
Virtual Open House this Wednesday, September 22, 2021 starting at 6:25pm. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3AuSSSq.
CEHS - All-School Wings Mural! Thank you to Janna DeWan for organizing this awesome project and the 400+ students who decorated a feather during advisory to describe what success means to them.
CEHS Superfans in support of our football team, who were victorious tonight!
It's a busy weekend for CEHS athletic teams! Make sure to get out and support our teams. Mr. Lupien (cross country coach) is started his school spirit routine early this morning with some help from eye glitter! Football game Friday and a full Saturday schedule attached.
Amazing work by a CEHS graduate! Swetha Palanappian, class of 2021, published her first scientific paper in the journal Exposure and Health. Her paper, titled Polystyrene and Polyethylene Microplastics Decrease Cell Viability and Dysregulate Inflammatory and Oxidative Stress Markers of MDCK and L929 Cells In Vitro is written from research conducted with mentors at UNE for the 2020 Science Fair. During her high school years, she completed three projects for the Science Fair, each based on a different aspect of microplastics. Her published paper focused on investigating the effects of microplastics on mammalian cells. Her paper contributes to the growing information on the risks of microplastics. She is currently a freshman at UC Berkley.
A letter was sent this morning through PowerSchool, you can read it below: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1522001/COVID_September_1__2021.pdf
Please click below to read the letter from Superintendent Record regarding Pooled Testing and how to sign-up! https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1518390/Untitled_document__6_.pdf
Good Evening, I hope everyone in Cape Elizabeth had a wonderful summer. I am sorry for the delay but here are the Bus stops and times for the 2021-2022 school year. Please remember a mask is required while riding the bus. The drivers will provide hand sanitizer as well as a mask if one is needed. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. My team and I look forward to transporting you to and from school. We will have a larger number of students riding this year so please follow the rules of the school bus. Thank you -- Christopher M Storer Link to the bus routes: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1O59HpHKMWCQaj-Tvvu9N7y549XIe6lbn/view?usp=sharing
It is exciting to have students back on campus this week as they prepare for their fall sports seasons! Here are a couple examples of Capers working hard. All the teams have had a great first week of preseason and are ready to get back to a full season of fall athletics.
Dear Parents/Guardians, we hope you are having a great week. We are sending you links to the District Planning Committee meetings held on 8/4 and 8/12 so you can review the discussion around Covid-19 mitigation strategies for the upcoming school year. The recommendations: 1) Universal masking for anyone in a school building no matter vaccination status and; 2) Pooled testing offered to all students and staff on a voluntary basis. These recommendations will be considered and voted upon by the School Board on 8/16 at 6:30 pm at the Town Hall. If you attend, please note that masks are now required in all town buildings. Thanks again for your support. ~ Superintendent Record Click here for the link to the recorded meeting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExMtbKor5lY
Congratulations to the five new Eagle Scouts from Cape Elizabeth Troop 30. From left to right, Danny Gray, Tommy Gray, Johnny Gray, Ethan Dorval and Nick Leschey. Check out the article in the current edition of the Cape Courier: https://secureservercdn.net/184.108.40.206/nma.8e7.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/June-2-2021-web.pdf?time=1623320989 Photo from Cape Courier