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  1. RSU 18 Recognized for Let’s Go Program

    Posted on December 13, 2018 - District News

    RSU 18 schools have participated in Let’s Go program since 2011 and China Schools have been participating since 2008. Let’s Go Awards were given by Northern Light Inland Hospital recently and our schools were recognized for their outstanding participation in the program. The 5-2-1-0 program stands for 5 or more fruits and vegetables every day,… Read More

  2. Where are They Now? ~ Nick Mayo

    Posted on December 4, 2018 - District News

    Eastern Kentucky University Men’s Basketball has high hopes of making it back to the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament this year, in no small part thanks to the skills of Senior forward Nick Mayo. Earlier this season Mayo hit a career high of 40 points in a single game, with a game average of just under… Read More

  3. RSU 18 Lifestyles Community Event

    Posted on November 25, 2018 - District News

    The RSU 18 Lifestyles Wellness Team is taking its inspirational mojo to the community. For the last 4 years, the RSU 18 Lifestyles Wellness team has been going strong motivating district staff to make positive life changes. Thanks to this group, district employees can participate in free yoga and Zumba classes, health incentives, and fun… Read More

  4. RSU 18 Nutrition on a Roll

    Posted on October 30, 2018 - District News

    It hasn’t even been a full year since Barbara Bonnell stepped in as Nutrition Director for RSU 18 and she has already made a huge difference. From menu changes to new ways of dealing with outstanding debt, Bonnell is having a positive impact across the district. One of Bonnell’s top priorities since the beginning has… Read More

  5. Attendance Matters

    Posted on October 9, 2018 - District News

    Two days a month doesn’t seem like much at all. Between illnesses, doctors appointments and family obligations, it can seem unavoidable at times to have children out of school twice a month. Two days a month is only 18 days out of a whole school year, after all.   If you consider it a different… Read More

  6. MHS Graduate Wins Emmy!

    Posted on September 11, 2018 - District News

    Our own David Lovejoy (MHS Class of 2006) received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography at Sunday night’s Creative Arts Emmy Awards. Lovejoy, along with the other camera operators and directors of photography who work on the National Geographic show “Life Below Zero”, took home the award for Outstanding Cinematography for a Reality Program. This… Read More

  7. September is National Suicide Prevention Month.

    Posted on September 10, 2018 - District News

    During the last decade, there’s been a disturbing trend in the number of youth suicides in the state and across the nation. The most recent numbers show suicide as the second leading cause of death in young people aged 10-24. Even more troubling is the fact that the suicide rate among Maine youth between the… Read More

  8. RSU 18 Angel Fund

    Posted on August 30, 2018 - District News

    Are you looking for a way to help out your school community as the new school year begins? RSU 18 Nutrition Services maintains an Angel Fund to help families who need assistance paying for school meals. The fund was started last year and is built exclusively from donations. Every little bit helps and can make… Read More

  9. RSU 18 Opening Workshop: “On Track for Greatness.”

    Posted on August 27, 2018 - District News

    There was a definite celebratory vibe to the full district workshop at MHS today.  Staff members stood out in the sunshine, swapping summer stories over muffins, fruit parfaits, and Aroma Joe’s coffee provided by the nutrition program and the Lifestyles Team. Everywhere you looked people were smiling and the enthusiasm was palatable. Superintendent Carl Gartley… Read More

  10. 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

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