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Greely PTO Announces Spring Greely Gear Sale

posted by Tammy Tarling

Are you ready to shed those winter layers in favor of stylish new spring gear? Then check out the fresh, seasonal offerings in our NEW spring Greely Gear sale! From exclusive, limited edition designs to products we've never offered, there's something there for the whole family. Dads, Grads, and even the little ones will find fun Greely Gear to love.

Proceeds directly benefit Greely PTO's mission of investing in curriculum enhancing enrichment activities and events for MSAD-51 students K-8.  

Our new online-only Greely Gear sale makes placing your order easier than ever! Click here to see full product details and submit your online order before the May 7th deadline!

Questions? Email us at greelypto51@gmail.com

Greely Girls Hockey Registration

posted by Tammy Tarling


Is any experience required? No. In fact, one-half of the players on this years’ state championship team started playing hockey in high school. 

Do players new to hockey just “sit the bench” the entire season? No. The team has a long history of all players (regardless of skill level) getting meaningful playing time during most games. Every player on this years’ team had at least one goal and one assist during the season. 

What have some of the players that started playing hockey in high school said about their experience? 

     “Couldn’t have imagined a better team or better coaches. Everyone was supportive and encouraging” -- Lauren Gervais ’18 (started playing hockey sophomore year) 

     “The best sport to improve physical and mental toughness, but have the time of your life at the same time” -- Danielle Holt ’18 (started playing hockey junior year) 

     “I cannot express how much this experience added to my senior year. Being a first time player was fun, challenging, and fulfilling. I wish I had found GGH sooner!” -- Nettie Cunningham ’18 (started playing hockey senior year) 

How much does it cost to play? The only financial commitment to play next year will be a $250 registration fee, although players and parents will be encouraged to help with various fundraising activities. 

What about equipment? Full hockey equipment is required, but the team has a system in place for new players to borrow some equipment from other members of the Greely/GNG hockey family. 

How long is the season? Practices usually begin the first week of November and the season ends no later than the Saturday before President’s Day in February (i.e., you can play hockey and still plan a vacation for February break!!). 

Where and when does the team practice and have games? The team has a practice or game each day Monday thru Saturday during the season. All practices are in Falmouth (either at Falmouth Family Ice or Casco Bay Arena located next door) and are generally held right after school (i.e., there are no crazy early morning practices like some other schools have). There are usually two games a week during the season (one during the week and one on Saturday). Home games are at Falmouth Family Ice and the farthest away games are in Augusta and York. 

Who should you contact if you (or your daughter) is interested in playing next year or you have any questions? David Shapiro (Greely Athletic Director - dshapiro@msad51.org) or Dan Roberts (Team Assistant – DRoberts@maine.rr.com)

Greely Baseball Ad Book Fundraiser

posted Apr 20, 2018, 7:23 AM by Tammy Tarling

Greely Graduation Balloon Send-Off 2018

posted Apr 20, 2018, 7:17 AM by Tammy Tarling

Greely Graduation Balloon Send-Off 2018 

Celebrate Greely’s graduating seniors and promote community spirit this June!


Balloons are a fun and festive way to let your favorite seniors know how proud you are of them on their big day!  Your order of a single balloon or personalized bouquet of 3 will be delivered and tied to the graduate’s mailbox (or other specified location in front of their Cumberland/N. Yarmouth home) just in time for graduation weekend.  A signed gift card will accompany each order. 


Order Online TODAY!:  http://bit.ly/greelygradballoons

Questions?  Email us at greelygradballoons@gmail.com. 

This 3rd Annual fundraising event is being organized by Greely Swimming and Diving.

School Resource Officer

posted Apr 11, 2018, 12:21 PM by Tammy Tarling


After many  years as Greely’s School Resource Officer, John Dalbec will be rotating back to patrol this summer with the end of the 17/18 school year.  John’s many accomplishments, relationships and the massive investment of time and effort will long be remembered in our schools’ parking lots, hallways, and classrooms.

Over the past two weeks, we held an inclusive process aimed at selecting our new SRO.  This process included input from Cumberland PD, an outside SRO, school staff and students.  Applicants were required to complete multiple essay questions, successfully deliver a classroom presentation, and sit for a comprehensive interview panel.  As the result of that process and after consultation with Superintendent Porter, I am pleased to announce that beginning in the fall of 2018, Officer Kirk Mazuzan will begin his duties as Greely’s new School Resource Officer!

Officer Mazuzan is well prepared to succeed in his new position.  He is a Cumberland native who attended school here from K-12.  After graduation from GHS, Kirk went to college at Plymouth State and USM, graduating with a degree in Media Studies with an emphasis on writing.  Throughout high school and college, he worked for the town’s Summer Recreation program, beginning as a counselor and eventually becoming the director of the town’s Day Camp.  After college, Kirk worked at North Yarmouth Memorial School teaching technology to 4th and 5th grade students.  He was hired by the Scarborough Police Department and attended the Maine Criminal Justice Academy in 2006.  In 2008, Kirk returned to teaching at NYMS as the Technology Integration Instructor, where he remained until 2010.  When that full-time position was eliminated, Officer Mazuzan returned to law enforcement with the Cumberland Police department, where he’s been ever since.

At the Cumberland Police Department, Officer Mazuzan has served as a Field Training Officer helping to teach, coach and mentor newofficers as they acclimate and settle into their role as our community’s guardians.  Kirk is one of the “voices” of the Cumberland Police Department’s Facebook page, as we work to keep residents and visitors to our town informed and sometimes entertained.  He manages a grant program for the department, assists with crime scene investigation and evidence management, and has attended a multitude of specialized training over the years to include Basic School Resource Officer certification, child abuse investigation, criminal investigation, mental health / deescalation training, crime scene investigation and much more.  In several weeks, Officer Mazuzan will attend a training out of state called the Physical Security Assessment Course which will allow him to assist the police department and school district with current and ongoing safety planning.

As you can see, Kirk’s unique blend of education and law enforcement will provide an excellent foundation for his work as Greely’s next School Resource Officer.  Throughout the spring, Officer Dalbec and Officer Mazuzan will work together to ensure a smooth transition.  Please offer your congratulations to Officer Dalbec on a job well done, and offer your best wishes to Officer Mazuzan for great success in the next phase of his career!


Chief Rumsey



posted Mar 28, 2018, 12:52 PM by Tammy Tarling





Wednesday, April 25

5 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Falmouth Elementary School

58 Woodville Road, Falmouth Maine

This regional substitute job fair is for all persons interested in substituting in the Falmouth, Yarmouth or MSAD #51 Maine school systems.  Individuals may apply for substitute positions in the following areas: Teachers, Ed. Techs., Administrative Assistants, School Nutrition Workers, Maintenance/Custodians, Nurses and Bus Drivers.  Candidates must have a minimum of two years college education to be a substitute teacher, and a high school diploma for other substitute positions. Interviews will be conducted on-site, so please bring the following items with you:  

  • Updated Resume

  • 3 letters of reference

  • Copy of Transcripts (if applicable)

  • One form of identification with picture ID

  • CHRC approval card issued by the Maine Department of Education (If no CHRC has been processed, candidates must bring a credit card to register for a fingerprinting appointment.  Cost is $55.00 for sign up and $15.00 for application fee.)

  • If possible, a printed copy of a completed application  (Falmouth Public Schools - https://www.applitrack.com/falmouth/onlineapp/)  (MSAD #51 - https://msad51.tedk12.com/hire)

  • We will provide an opportunity to complete the application at the fair.  Participants who arrive with a completed application will be processed more quickly.

For more information, contact:

Laurie Brigham, Yarmouth School Department; 207-846-5586

Thea Cerjanec, Falmouth School Department; 207-781-3200

Fran Prentice, MSAD #51; 207-829-4800

Falmouth, Yarmouth, and MSAD #51 School Departments are Equal Opportunity Employers.

Girls Tennis State Champions Annual Fundraiser

posted Mar 27, 2018, 11:03 AM by Tammy Tarling   [ updated Mar 27, 2018, 11:10 AM ]

Hello MSAD51 Sports Fans,

Spring sports are here and your defending Class B State Champions, the Greely Girls Tennis Team, is selling Coupon Books as our annual fundraiser.

If you or someone you know is interested in a book to support this years team, please contact Coach Ben Caswell at bcaswell@msad51.org. The books cost $20 each and have over $100 worth of savings to a bunch of local businesses. 

In the book you will find coupons to 6 different golf courses, from Brunswick to Wells, Get Air & Spare Time Bowling in Portland, many local restaurants in the Cumberland, Yarmouth, & Falmouth area as well as a few in Portland. If you like movies there are coupons for Smitty's Cinema's and the Nordica Theatre in Freeport. Skillins Greenhouses and Greener Postures Yoga also has some great savings in the book. The pictures below show all of the companies who have contributed to our fundraising efforts.

If you want more specifics or are interested in a book, just send Ben an email, Bcaswell@msad51.org.


GHS Drama Presents: Robin Hood

posted Mar 23, 2018, 7:00 AM by Tammy Tarling

#1  Pictured:
Kyle Sidders - Robin Hood  (2019)
Livy Giandrea - Maudlin, the Witch of Papplewick (2020)

Greely High School Drama Presents
Robin Hood”
written by Liz Rollins and Greely Drama Students

The legend of Robin Hood comes to life in this contemporary farce about the famous archer and his merry men - and women! Favorites Little John, Will Scarlett and the greedy Sheriff of Nottingham join a gang of wonderful new and mysterious characters. The mystical Witch of Papplewick tries to lure Robin Hood into the world of the forest sprites, Alan a Dale leads a quartet of Madrigal singers, the young ladies of Nottingham do a traditional Maypole dance and even the Beatles make a cameo appearance! Based on the traditional stories, but with some modern twists, this script was written collaboratively by Liz Rollins and Greely Drama students.  Join us as their adventures in Sherwood Forest both make us laugh and remind us of the values of generosity and kindness. 

Performances are at the Greely High School auditorium on March 22, 23, 24 at 7pm and Sunday, March 25th at 2pm. Tickets are $10 for adults and 8$ for students and seniors. Tix are for sale at the door 4-7pm and in the GHS lobby during lunches the week of the show.  Family audiences are most welcome! 115min. www.greelydramaboosters.org

Thank you for promoting the achievements of ALL the students in our community!  FMI please contact:
Liz Rollins
Director of Theater - MSAD 51

#2  Pictured: (all GHS juniors, class of 2019)
Christina Gove - Maid Marian
Kyle Sidders - Robin Hood
Camden Bubblo - Alan a Dale
Mollie McDonald - Agatha
Pablo Burnsteel - Friar Tuck

#3  Pictured:
Mollie McDonald - Agatha  (2019)
Ben Follett - Little John (2019)

Project Graduation Fundraiser

posted Mar 20, 2018, 6:08 AM by Tammy Tarling

Greely High School

2018 Project Graduation

Restaurant Night Fundraisers

Who needs to cook when you can eat out AND support this year’s graduating seniors?

These local restaurants have generously partnered with GHS 2018 Project Graduation

to donate a portion of their profits to our event.


Louie’s Cumberland

Tuesday, March 20th

All day – lunch & dinner

Otto’s Yarmouth

Tuesday, April 10th

5:00 – 9:00 PM


Chipotle Marginal Way Portland

Saturday, April 7th

4:00 – 8:00 PM


Please thank them when you order

and THANK YOU for participating!

Greely PTO Announces the 13th Annual Poetry Jam

posted Mar 9, 2018, 10:02 AM by Tammy Tarling

Find your berets and get ready to snap your fingers, because the 13th Annual Poetry Jam is coming on Tuesday April 3rd to the GMS Gymnasium Stage!  

K-5th grade students are invited to read poems of their choosing (no memorization required) on stage to celebrate the art of poetry. Students can perform solo or in teams. Look for a registration form to be sent home soon.

And bring your appetite - pizza & baked goods will be available for purchase.

So help your little beatnik find a great poem to share and we'll see you there!

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