Katie Letourneau, branch manager and vice president at Norway Savings, and Maureen Howard, director of the Education Exchange, recently attended a Hebron Station School staff meeting to discuss possible Partners in Education events. Sitting facing the camera from left are Nate Merrill, principal; Letourneau; Maury Blake, school librarian; and Sharon Johnson, sixth-grade teacher.

School, bank form new partnership

HEBRON – Oxford Hills Community Education Exchange has announced a new school-business partnership. The Oxford Hills Community Education Exchange kicked off a partnership between Hebron Station School and Norway Savings Bank on Nov. 21.

Norway Savings Bank was founded 140 years ago on values of knowledge, community and integrity. Hebron Station School opened its doors in September 2002 and educates 110 students.

Katie Letourneau, branch manager and vice president at Norway Savings Bank, and Maureen Howard, director of the Education Exchange, attended a Hebron staff meeting to discuss possible partnership activities.

Activities discussed included volunteer readers in the classroom, a school savings program, displaying student artwork at the bank and possibly partnering with the school’s Girls on the Run program.

The Community Education Exchange coordinates the Partners in Education projects for all 11 of the district’s schools.

Businesses interested in becoming involved with students should contact Howard at 743-8972.


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