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  1. Resources available in this time of loss

    Posted on July 26, 2018 - District News

    As you may have heard in the news, earlier this week we sadly learned that one of our fourth-grade students, Parker Stevens, passed away.   We do not have all the specific details at this time, but the news is reporting that it was from a tragic gunshot wound. The death of any student is difficult to… Read More

  2. RSU 18 SUMMER MEALS PROGRAM

    Posted on June 22, 2018 - District News

    FREE MEALS FOR CHILDREN 18 YRS AND YOUNGER! JUNE 25TH TO AUGUST 10TH MONDAY THRU FRIDAY NO MEALS SERVED ON THE WEEKENDS OR JULY 4TH Click here for meal sites and times: RSU 18 SUMMER MEALS PROGRAM  

  3. Jazz in the…Gazebo!

    Posted on June 12, 2018 - District News

    The annual MMS-MHS Jazz in the Courtyard Concert has a new venue this year! Please come see Jazz in the Gazebo near the Oakland boat landing this Thursday, June 14th as the MMS and MHS Jazz Bands kick off Oakland’s summer concert series by the water. The concert is FREE and begins at 6:30pm. We hope… Read More

  4. Where are they now?

    Posted on June 11, 2018 - District News

    For some of our students, the military is a family tradition they wish to stay true to; some view it as a calling.  For others it is a means to an end, whether that end is covering educational expenses or gaining the discipline they feel they lack in their life.  Every story is different. Seven… Read More

  5. True Value Foundation “Painting a Brighter Future” Grant

    Posted on June 5, 2018 - District News

    For a school in need, even something as simple as a new coat of paint can energize a dreary classroom, inspire teachers and motivate students. Research confirms that new paint and the cleanliness of school walls can have an impact on student attitudes and academic performance. That’s why, in partnership with True Value retailers, True… Read More

  6. Facilities Update

    Posted on June 4, 2018 - District News

    By Superintendent Carl Gartley Last fall our communities came together to pass a $13.9 million dollar facilities improvement bond. The passage of this bond came after more than a year of work by our community led facilities committee. This committee looked at several options ranging from new construction to keeping the status quo. In the… Read More

  7. Unsung Hero: Janice Lindsay

    Posted on June 4, 2018 - District News

    By Mandi Favreau Smack in the Middle of MMS is a door you would walk right by if you didn’t know it was there.  This unassuming little room is the hub of all things tech in our district, and in the corner desk sits the woman who keeps all the data flowing to our parents…. Read More

  8. Celebrate National Trails Day, June 2, 2018

    Posted on June 1, 2018 - District News

    Lace up your hiking boots, slip on your trail runners, Check the air in your bike tires and HIT THE TRAILS! Visit the newly renovated Messalonskee School Trails between Messalonskee Middle & Messalonskee High School. Meander through a beautiful grove of ferns. Look for 34 variety of trees on our trails from Spruce, Black and… Read More

  9. New Beginnings and a Fond Farewell

    Posted on May 30, 2018 - District News

    “I’m not sure. You should ask Monique Gilbert.” “Monique has all the information you need on that.” “Have you checked with Monique?” She’s the voice that alerts the community to an important message from RSU 18, the person every district employee turns to for information and advice, and she has been the driving force behind… Read More

  10. RSU 18 School Budget for SY 2018-2019

    Posted on May 25, 2018 - District News

    There will be a public hearing on the RSU 18 District Budget Proposal for the school year 2018-2019 at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, May 29, at the Messalonskee Middle School Cafeteria in Oakland. This event will be held in an open town meeting format where citizens can discuss, make motions, and vote on the budget.

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