Conservation Commission Sponsors Summer Camp
The East Kingston Conservation Commission is seeking interested young people, ages 10-16 (must have completed grade 5) and residents of East Kingston, to participate in the 2019 Barry Conservation Camp.
Read more about the camp in this public notice or click the image below.
A.L.I.C.E. Protocols for Elementary Students
Learn about district A.L.I.C.E. protocols for elementary students from Associate Superintendent Esther Asbell by watching this recorded presentation. Run time: 60 min.
A.L.I.C.E. Protocols for EHS and CMS Students
Learn about district A.L.I.C.E. protocols from Associate Superintendent Esther Asbell by watching this recorded presentation. Running time: 1 hour 6 min.
Quick Tip Digital Hotline
Dear SAU 16 Students, Staff and Parents:
SAU 16 makes the safety of all students and staff in our schools a top priority. In our continuing efforts to improve the safety at all SAU 16 schools, we are offering a quick tip e-mail hot line which is an anonymous reporting system. This “See Something Say Something” tip line allows anyone to e-mail concerns about unsafe behavior within the SAU 16 community. To access the system click this link: Quick Tip Hotline. Please see the attached QuickTip Protocol for more information.
Simply fill in the form. Providing your contact information is optional, otherwise you will remain anonymous. The Quick Tip Digital Hotline link is also accessible from the SAU 16 website on the left sidebar or by clicking here. As always thank you for your support during these challenging times.
To view the latest EKES Weekly, check out our EKES Weekly Archive and catch up on recent events. There you will find all Principal's Corner letters beginning Jan 2018.