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  1. Unsung Heroes: Our Librarians

    Posted on December 10, 2019 - District News

    If you go into any school in RSU 18, it doesn’t take long to find the hub of the action. There are a few common telltale signs: the space is always welcoming, it’s full of books, and each one is staffed by dedicated professionals who give so much to our students. Our librarians and library… Read More

  2. Santa comes to RSU 18 for Polar Express

    Posted on December 9, 2019 - District News

    The RSU 18 Lifestyles Team did an amazing job putting on their second annual family holiday movie event on Friday, December 6th. Community members got to enjoy a free showing of Polar Express, tasty cookies and cocoa, and a visit from Santa himself. Congratulations to everyone involved and thank you for all you do.  

  3. GT Medieval Fair

    Posted on December 6, 2019 - District News

    Twenty-five GT students turned the James H. Bean School gym into a Medieval Fair Thursday night, December 5th. There were jesters, kings, lords, carpenters, blacksmiths, bakers, warriors, knights, a doctor, a sheriff, and a marshall. Joan of Arc even appeared twice! The fair was the culminating project of a study of the Middle Ages that… Read More

  4. RSU 18 Lifestyles Team Going for the Gold

    Posted on November 15, 2019 - District News

    The RSU 18 Lifestyles team has really been going for the gold this year.  Three months into the school year, their Olympic themed “ Light the fire within” wellness campaign is well underway. This year’s idea was generated by the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics during a brainstorming session last summer. The Lifestyles Team liked… Read More

  5. MHS Players Present Hunchback of Notre Dame

    Posted on November 6, 2019 - District News

    “What makes a monster and what makes a man?” Victor Hugo raises this question in his novel, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, set in the 1400s in Paris, France. The MHS Players are proud to present the musical adaptation of this classic work which challenges us to embrace the diversity of the human condition. As… Read More

  6. Superhero Friday Fundraiser

    Posted on October 31, 2019 - District News

    A few years ago, Belgrade Central School started a fundraiser to help students who were facing serious medical issues by raising money for all children who require care at the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit in the Barbara Bush Wing of Maine General Hospital. They invited students to dress as superheroes and bring in their spare… Read More

  7. Lighting the torch for the new school year

    Posted on August 27, 2019 - District News

    At 7:30 this morning, the RSU 18 Lifestyles Team was already at the high school, setting up for their best opening event yet. By 8:00 AM,  world flag banners adorned the school rotunda, the photo booth was set up, and the smell of muffins and scones wafted through the halls. The theme for this year’s opening… Read More

  8. 2019-2020 School bus routes are here!

    Posted on August 14, 2019 - District News

      Regional School Unit No. 18 Belgrade – China – Oakland – Rome – Sidney School Bus Routes 2019-2020   Belgrade/Rome (Regular Routes) Please note:  The roads listed for each driver are the main roads that the buses travel.  If a student lives on a side road (private or public), the bus will stop where… Read More

  9. Unsung Heroes: The CO Administrative Staff

    Posted on June 26, 2019 - District News

    The school year has wrapped up, the students have gone home, and even most of the teachers have closed up their classrooms until fall. Up in Central Office, however, one group is still very busy. Behind the scenes of all that goes on in our district is a team of professionals who have had a… Read More

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