The Maine education community has been through a lot this year – but there have been many sweet moments that make every hurdle worth it. From helping solve a hard math problem, to a friendly hello as students climb the bus stairs in the morning – THANKS2YOU educators for helping us make it through.

THANKS2YOU social workers for helping students with social skills, and teaching students to be resilient, listening when there’s a problem, without ever judging, developing strategies to help students deal with tough situations, and so much more. What you do helps us make it through.

Megan Bain

THANKS2YOU physical education teachers for teaching students the importance of staying healthy, managing expectations to meet students where they are, encouraging students of all physical abilities to try new activities, and so much more. What you do helps us make it through.

Merita McKenzie

THANKS2YOU school nurses for your dedication to taking care of students and the community during the pandemic, flexibility with ever-changing guidelines, resiliency during the toughest year ever, and so much more. What you do helps us make it through.

Lizzie Nalli

THANKS2YOU teachers for individualizing instruction to make up for learning loss during the pandemic, persevering through every challenge, changing your teaching strategies and finding creative ways to meet each student’s needs, and so much more.

Hope Keleher

As we head into the final stretch of the school year, MEA wants to take a moment to thank Maine educators for all that you do.

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing some stories from Maine Education Association members that highlight the special bond between educators and students. Keep an eye on this page for updates – we can’t wait to share these stories with you!

A huge THANKS2YOU, Maine educators.

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