News and Events

  • Back to Nature One-Mile Run/Walk
    Written by: Katience, Landon, Elise, and Kylee


    The fourth and fifth grade students at Searsport Elementary School are organizing a "Back to Nature Run/Walk" to raise money for breast cancer awareness. This one mile run/walk will be held at 9:30 am on Friday, October 20th at Searsport Elementary School. Fourth and fifth grade students will have hot pink envelopes to collect donations to support breast cancer awareness. These students will also improve their health and endurance by participating. The run/walk will start and finish at the back playground. Parents are welcome to come and cheer on the students along the route. They hope to see you there!
     

    Posted Oct 4, 2017, 8:22 AM by Geoff Cyr
  • Support the SES Playground Restoration Project!

    Posted Sep 24, 2017, 6:51 AM by Geoff Cyr
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About Our School!

We are a Pre-Kindergarten-through-fifth-grade school of over 250 students, with twelve classrooms, two resource learning centers, Title One math and literacy classrooms and an Afterschool Program. SES has superb parental and community support. We are committed to excellence in education. Our achievement goals for students focus on literacy and math. We are a learning community dedicated to continuous progress.

We believe that all students can learn and be successful. Working together, school, families and the community, we strive to provide a quality education program for all students. Students are nurtured and taught in a supportive, caring environment. We strive to provide every opportunity for maximum student achievement and confidence. Student assessment data indicate that children are doing a great job of applying academic skills and processes in meaningful ways in order to meet or exceed expectations on local and state standards.

We believe that education is a cooperative effort among home, school and community. Thank you for your interest in Searsport Elementary School.

Searsport Elementary School was built in 1991. If you visit our school you will see it reflects our coastal heritage. Murals, paintings, and sculpture depict the ocean, and tiles on the outside of the school are of ocean animals. We currently have approximately 200 students in grades K-5.

Our students have art, music including chorus for grades 4 & 5 and band for grade 5, library and P.E. weekly. Teachers and students have access to iPads and laptops, including 1:1 laptops for students grades 3 through 5. Our library has over 8,300 titles. Click on our automated catalog to see what the library has to offer. 

We have a full-time guidance counselor in the building, who provides classroom, small group, and individual guidance. Our guidance program works to support the academic needs and meet the emotional needs of our students.