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2065 Main Rd., Dedham, ME  04429        207-843-6498

Dedham School and Dedham Maine
Published on Jun 10, 2016

Virtual Tour of the Town of Dedham Maine.



The Dedham School enjoys a fine reputation for educating students in a caring, supportive manner. School climate is something of which we are very proud. We have talented staff and a wide range of educational programming. With a student population of 180 students Pre-K-8, class sizes are small. We try to provide individual attention for all our students. We have approximately 100 high school students at various area high schools












































































































Dates to Remember

Week of Feb.19th- Feb. 23rd

Week of 18th -23- February School Vacation- NO SCHOOL!!


UPCOMING CALENDAR OF EVENTS

February 26th:  Rehearsals for “The Wizard of Oz” begins after school and continues through April 6th

February 28th: 8:15 a.m. - Arts and Kids perform at Wednesday Assembly

March 2nd: 7:00- 9:00 p.m. Middle School Dance for grades 6-8

March 2nd- 30th: 5:30-7:00 p.m.  Fencing Club

March 6th:  6:00 p.m. PTF meeting

March 7th: at 6:00 p.m.-Winter Sports Awards will be held on Weds.,

All team members from B Team BB, Girls BB, Boys BB, and Cheerleaders are invited to attend.  

March 10th: Family Dance at Lucerne Inn

March 14th: 6:00 p.m. School Board Meeting in Library




Read to ME Challenge

Year three of the Read to ME Challenge is scheduled to begin on February 1, 2018.  First Lady Ann LePage will launch the campaign

by reading to children in a Maine elementary school.  She will follow up her reading by issuing a challenge to all Mainers

to participate in the 2018 campaign.  This simple but powerful campaign challenges adults to read to children for 15 minutes,

to capture that reading episode via a photo and then post it on social media to challenge others to do the same.  

The Read to ME Challenge will run for the month leading up to Read Across America Day on March 2, 2018

Schools, community literacy teams and organizations are invited to join the challenge and to encourage community members to do the same.  

The collective voice of many key partners, leaders and those in respected positions will send a clear message about the vital importance

reading to children plays in the social and economic well-being of Maine. Maine DOE also encourages partners to be

creative and to use this opportunity to enhance ongoing literacy education outreach efforts.












For a complete list of activities month by month - Please see the Newsletter









Please see the Newsletter for other important dates.











School Board Meetings  2017-2018