Livermore Falls Teacher Feels He’s Achieved The Perfect Blend Of Chaotic Visual Distractions And Incomprehensible Seating Arrangements

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livermore falls maine schoolsLIVERMORE FALLS — Schools in RSU 73 started off the new school year last with few glitches and a generally quiet day, according to most administrators. Spruce Mountain Middle School Principal Scott Albert said the first day is usually quiet because many of the students didn’t get enough sleep the night before. The halls of the relatively new school, at four-years old, perked up a bit when youngsters changed classes. New at the school this year are several new staff members, including Abigail Hodgkins as alternative education educational technician, Spanish teacher Charlie Stratton, social studies teacher Brian Fielding,
English/Language Arts teacher Kim Hilton, and several others. The only opening now are for two soccer coaches. Albert said enrollment is the same as at the end of last year at 375. Chris Hollingsworth, principal at Jay Elementary School, has 32 pre-kindergarten youngsters this year. The pre-K program moved from the Central Office in Livermore Falls to JES and Livermore Elementary School. The most challenging thing for staff and students is making sure everyone gets on the bus at the end of the day the school secretary said. (keep reading at the Livermore Falls Advertiser)