Monday, November 30th, 2015
We’re thrilled to have two Giving Trees this year, one to support Passages students in the midcoast, and one in Washington County.
Midcoast: The Unitarian Universalist Church at 345 Broadway in Rockland is kindly hosting a Giving Tree for our midcoast Passages students this holiday season. The tree is full of gift ideas for our Passages students and their young children.
Stop by any Monday-Thursday between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm to select an ornament from the tree, and return anytime before December 20 to drop off your gift for a young family in need.
Washington County: In Washington County, the Passages Giving Tree is generously sponsored by The UMaine Machias Psychology and Community Studies Department, and Merrill Library. The tree will be set up in the library until December 16.
This year, Wayfinder Schools is serving more than 80 Maine teens. More than 60 are teen parents enrolled in our Passages Program.
Thank you for supporting them this holiday season!
Monday, November 23rd, 2015
Please join us for our Holiday Open House on December 10. All the festivities will take place from 5-7pm
at our Camden Campus on 79 Washington Street.
Friday, November 20th, 2015
Corn mazes, barn dances, lantern parades and costumes. It’s an all fall blog post from student Ayan Driye.
Tuesday, November 17th, 2015
Monday, November 9th, 2015
Join Wayfinder Schools and the Independent Schools Association of Midcoast Maine for a special showing of the new film Beyond Measure, November 16 at The Camden Opera House.
Refreshments, film and discussion, beginning at 5pm.
Watch the trailer here!
Tickets and more information here:
|“People need to be energized, they need to be inspired, and they need to have their imaginations fired up.” – Sir Ken Robinson.Imagine an education system that values personal growth over test scores. Inquiry over mimicry. Passion over rankings.What if we decide that the purpose of school is not the transmission of facts or formulas, but the transformation of every student?
Meet the schools that are daring to reimagine education. And making it happen.
Monday, November 2nd, 2015
We’re thrilled to have been honored with a Positive Youth Development Award from the YMCA of Southern Maine! Our Head of Schools, Dr. Dorothy Foote, accepted the award at a the YMCA’s annual meeting on October 26. Fellow nominees in the areas of Positive Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility included: Healing through Horses, Cultivating Community, Freeport Flag Ladies, GNG Back Back Club, Casco Bay CAN, Let’s Go!, Michael Gelsanliter of The Cancer Community Center and Megan Dorsey of The Maine Access Immigrant Network. We’re pleased to be in such fine company!
Wayfinder Head of Schools Dr. Dorothy Foote with our 2015 Positive Development Award from the YMCA of Southern Maine.
Sunday, November 1st, 2015
Jack’s Blog Post, including our trip to the Portland Museum of Art!
Read it all here:
Sunday, November 1st, 2015
Essays, book reviews, recipes & more! Read it all here: