New England Gypsum
Affiliated with fellow GMS subsidiary Robert N. Karpp Company, New England Gypsum (NEG) is a great example of growth and success, doubling both its staff and yard locations within 18 months of opening in February 2018. With elite boom operators and warehouse professionals, and a growing roster of valued customers, NEG is poised for continued results.
Today, a lean and powerful group of employees work hard every day to maintain and strengthen the reputation New England Gypsum has built as a trusted provider of the best construction products in Connecticut, Maine and central Massachusetts.
Our dedicated team serves residential and commercial construction customers from three building supply yard locations in:
Customer satisfaction, with a “safety-first” approach is our priority at New England Gypsum. Our commitment to you extends through a range of services, including:
- Specialty product orders
- Expert advice
- Commercial construction delivery
- Residential construction delivery
- Safety/site reviews
- Showrooms and customer pickups
- State-of-the-art fleet capabilities
We generally deliver within a ~100 mile radius of our yard locations, subject to traffic and other considerations.
Visit WebsiteSours: https://www.gms.com
Cumberland, ME 04021
Phone: (207) 829 - 4815
Fax: (207) 829 - 4819
Covid-19 Information for Students & Staff
6-8 School Day - 8:00am - 2:33pm
Morning drop off at playground: 7:30am - 7:57am
Dismissal Starting: 2:33pm
*Early release Wednesday school day: 8:00am - 1:33pm
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Group Main Stream Employee Reviews
Rewarding and Fun Career
Direct Support Professional (Current Employee) - Westbrook, ME - July 22, 2014
In my time at this company, I have loved every minute of it. Although the employment turnover is quite high, GMS is a great company all together. They offer great benefits, and a decent pay. I have learned a great deal of patience, and grown my love for helping people with this company. GMS is a great place to go if you want to learn more about the kind of person you aspire to be. You can expect to be challenged intellectually, and emotionally, as well as create a lasting bond with some amazing people.
The hardest part of the job is when a lot of changes happen at once, because it always tends to shed light on mistakes. You just have to work through it and try your hardest not to make those mistakes again. Believe me, there is stress, but it's worth it.
The best part of the job comes when you see the progress you make with the clients. When you see that they finally have learned the skill you have been patiently teaching them, and that smile on their face and the inevitable hug that follows will surely lift your spirits and make everything worth it.
In both management and employees alike there are many different personalities, and views on how to best complete your job functions.This is normal for any job.
Good benefits, Decent pay, diverse culture, company events, and staff appreciation days.
COVID VACCINE CLINIC June 8th Dose #2
BE SURE TO BRING YOUR VACCINATION CARD OR YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO GET DOSE#2
MSAD #51 will be co-hosting a COVID vaccine clinic with Northern Light Homecare for 12 years and older students! This will be the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine, which consists of 2 doses 21 days apart. COVID-19 vaccination is STRONGLY recommended but is not mandatory for school attendance. Fully vaccinated individuals (14 days past final dose) will NOT need to quarantine if identified as a close contact.
If you choose to obtain the COVID vaccine, you must complete the two shot series as outlined below.
Dose 2: Tuesday, June 8, 2021 2:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Where: Greely High School Commons. Enter through the GCA entrance.
What you need to do: PRE fill out the registration paperwork (click link) for Northern Light Staff to access. This form MUST be filled out by a Parent/Guardian prior to the student obtaining the vaccine. If the form is not filled out, your student cannot be vaccinated.
Reach out to your School Nurse if you have any questions or concerns. If you are unable to print the consent form at home your child can obtain a copy in the Nurse's office.
STUDENT SYMPTOM CHECKER:
Must be completed every morning before school.
Pre-screening Tool for School Attendance
ANNUAL HEALTH UPDATES:
Please remember to keep your child's school nurse updated about any medical issues or concerns. The MSAD 51 Health History Form is a great tool to provide these updates as needed:
Student Health History Form
We understand that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, some families may have missed well child visits that would have included routine vaccine administration. However, the state of Maine school immunization requirements have not been relaxed.
Maine School Immunization REQUIREMENTS: All children attending a public or private school in Maine MUST have the following immunizations:
A minimum of:
Required for Kindergarten entry:
❖ 5 DTaP (4 DTaP if 4th is given on or after 4th birthday)
❖ 4 Polio (3 Polio if the 3rd is given on or after the 4th birthday)
❖ 2 MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
❖ 1 Varicella (chickenpox) or reliable history of disease
Required for 7th grade entry:
❖ 1 Tdap
❖ 1 Meningococcal Conjugate Vaccine (MCV4)
Required for 12th grade entry:
❖ 2 MCV4, only one dose is required if the 1st dose is given on or after 16th birthday
***IF YOUR CHILD IS NOT FULLY IMMUNIZED, YOU MUST COMPLETE THE IMMUNIZATION EXEMPTION FORM EVERY YEAR AND SUBMIT TO YOUR CHILD'S SCHOOL NURSE***
Immunization Exemption Form
SECTION 504 PLANS:
Students with a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits a major life activity may be eligible for Section 504 accommodations or services. If you have questions about whether your child may be eligible for such services, please contact the GMS School Nurse or School Counselor.
Visitthis link to learn how to recognize and respond to a concussion, be alert for other serious brain injuries, and how to safely return to school and sports. Contact your school nurse to report ALL suspected concussions and talk about next steps!
- Grade 5 students are screened for hearing and vision in October.
- Grade 7 students are screened for vision during physical education class. Please see your student's individual trimester schedule.
- Parent(s)/Guardian(s) will only be contacted by the School Nurse if students do not meet Maine Department of Education standards
Note per Maine Law: "A student whose parent objects in writing to screening on religious grounds shall not be screened unless sight or hearing defect is reasonably apparent."
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