JFDS Sixth Graders Celebrate Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

In recognition of National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day slated for January 9, 2016, sixth graders at the James F. Doughty School showed their appreciation for local law enforcement. On Friday, January 8, 2016, Officer Sanborn of the Bangor Police Department, Deputy Toulouse of the Sherriff’s Department, and Trooper Dube of the Maine State Troopers visited the Doughty School. Officer Sanborn spoke about the ways the Bangor Police Department works to keep the city safe, and he introduced students to three

Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist Coming to BHS

Bangor High School is pleased to announce the receipt of a grant from the Maine Humanities Council’s Pulitzer Prize Centennial Campfires Initiative. The Pulitzer Prize Centennial Campfires Initiative supports a wide range of programs and events that showcase Pulitzer Prize works in honor of the centennial of the prize in 2016. The grant will enable Pulitzer Prize winning multimedia journalist Larry C. Price to attend Bangor High School’s World Geography Symposium in spring 2016. Mr. Price is renowned for his

Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration

The Bangor School Department Pre-kindergarten and Kindergarten registration will be held between 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm on the dates listed at the following locations: Monday, February 8, 2016 Abraham Lincoln School – 45 Forest Avenue – 941-6280 Vine Street School – 66 Vine Street – 941-6300 Tuesday, February 9, 2016 Downeast School – 100 Moosehead Boulevard – 941-6240 Fourteenth Street School – 224 Fourteenth Street – 941-6350 Fruit Street School – 175 Fruit Street – 941-6270 Please register your

Coffee and Conversation

Recognizing the benefits for students when schools, parents, and community partner to support student success, the Bangor School Department invites community and parents to “Coffee and Conversation” at their son’s or daughter’s school for a time of refreshment, engagement, and conversation with the principal and Superintendent Dr. Betsy Webb. Coffee and Conversation differs from Open House or other formal events as the intent of Coffee and Conversation is to provide an informal and personalized setting for parents and community to

Celebrate Bangor Day

On Wednesday, December 23, 2015, all Bangor employees and students are encouraged to wear Bangor colors: cardinal red and white. In addition, we want to support and help those in need in our community. During the month of December we are: Collecting healthy non-perishable foods (see list below) Collecting monetary donations for the fuel assistance fund Donations may be dropped off at any school. We are working in partnership with the City of Bangor and CPPC. Food donations will be

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