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The Maine Principals’ Association is a private, educational, nonprofit corporation with voluntary membership that is comprised of two distinct divisions: Division of Professional Activities (building administrators) and the Division of Interscholastic Activities (member high schools).

Vision Statement

Maine students deserve great schools.  Great schools deserve great leaders. The Maine Principals’ Association builds partnerships that provide a network of resources, exemplars of leadership, and a culture of collaboration for the benefit of all school community members.

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Maine’s Positive Story of the Day ~ Kate Furbish Elementary School in Brunswick ~

Maine's Positive Story of the Day ~ Kate Furbish Elementary School in Brunswick ~ All of Kate Furbish Elementary School participated in Global School Play Day on Wednesday, February 7th!  This is a day where we supported unstructured play for all students, while...

Maine’s Positive Story of the Day ~ Hancock County Technical Center in Ellsworth ~

Maine's Positive Story of the Day ~ Hancock County Technical Center in Ellsworth ~ K & B Automotive, EL Shea and Nitro Trailers donated a brand new trailer to HCTC to be used for SkillsUSA competitions and other events we participate in. The previous trailer we...

Maine’s Positive Story of the Day ~ Jameson Elementary in Old Orchard Beach ~

Maine's Positive Story of the Day ~ Jameson Elementary School in Old Orchard Beach ~ Principal Ben Harris shared the many great and POSITIVE things are happening at Jameson Elementary!  Last week they celebrated the 100th Day of School,  hosted an author's visit, as...

Maine’s Positive Story of the Day ~ Gilbert Elementary School in Augusta ~

Maine's Positive Story of the Day ~ Gilbert Elementary School in Augusta ~ Gilbert students were so happy to make hundreds of dog bones to give to the animals at Kennebec Valley Humane Society. They even decorated the bags! #NAESP

Maine’s Positive Story of the Day ~ Winslow High and Elementary Schools ~

Maine's Positive Story of the Day ~ Winslow High and Elementary Schools ~ Recently, the Winslow High School Varsity Basketball teams participated in their annual Raider Readers program.  The event kicked off on January 27th with a basketball clinic for area elementary...

Maine’s Positive Story of the Day ~ Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School in South Paris ~

Maine's Positive Story of the Day ~ Oxford Hills Compresensive High School in South Paris ~ Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School hosted our first school wide PBIS Celebration and are gearing up for our 2nd PBIS Celebration just prior to February Break. We took names...

Maine’s Positive Story of the Day ~ Dayton Consolidated School ~

Maine's Positive Story of the Day ~ Dayton Consolidated School ~ 5th grade students participated in an escape room to celebrate the end of a reading unit. The escape room's theme was 'Home of the Brave',  the novel that the class studied throughout the unit. The...

Maine’s Positive Story of the Day ~ Brewer Community School ~

Maine's Positive Story of the Day ~ Brewer Community School ~ Brianne Lolar, Kaya Lolar and  John Neptune, all Panawahpskek citizens, visited BCS on Wednesday, January 17, to celebrate the learning that has taken place in grade 2 about Wabanaki Studies.   During the...

Maine’s Positive Story of the Day ~ Caribou High School and Caribou Technology Center ~

Maine's Positive Story of the Day ~ Caribou High School and Caribou Technology Center ~ Caribou High School and the Caribou Tech Center collaborate to bring a student’s vision for their art to fruition. Caribou High School Junior, Joslyn Griffeth is enrolled in Mrs....

Maine’s Positive Story of the Day ~ Charles M. Sumner Learning Campus in Sullivan ~

Maine’s Positive Story of the Day ~ Charles M. Sumner Learning Campus in Sullivan ~ The Charles M. Sumner Learning Campus is buzzing with exciting activities and achievements. Last school year we introduced our Tigers to the F.I.R.S.T. robotics competition and I am...

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