Maine 207 message on DACA decision

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Maine 207 message on DACA decision
Posted on 09/06/2017
Maine 207 Superintendent Dr. Ken Wallace has sent the following message to all of our Maine 207 families:

With this week’s announcement of the termination of the DACA program (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), we are providing information regarding concerns that may arise as a result of this decision, knowing this may impact some of our families. Although this program is not scheduled to end for six months, to give Congress an opportunity to enact immigration reform, we thought it important to reaffirm our commitment to all of our students and families, regardless of their immigration status. 
Maine East, Maine South, Maine West, and Frost Academy are safe schools for all of our students, and we are committed to ensuring our students’ education and well-being moving forward. We welcome and embrace our diversity and support ALL of our students. We will continue to work together and remain committed to our mission to improve learning for ALL students, regardless of their backgrounds, beliefs, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, economic status, and/or physical and academic abilities. 
We believe it is important to inform our students, staff and families of the resources available to us, and have found the information linked in this paragraph to be helpful in navigating the potential changes. Should you have questions or are in need of support, please contact the Student Services department in any of our schools or seek the resources available in this DACA Information document
  • Maine North High School
  • Frost Academy