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  1. RSU 18 welcomes new Nutrition Director.

    Posted on January 19, 2018 - District News

    RSU 18 is pleased to welcome Barbara Bonnell as the district’s new Nutrition Director. Bonnell, who stepped into the role at the end of December, brings with her a wealth of knowledge acquired during her 20-year career in food service. Bonnell served as Nutrition Director for the City of Waterville and AOS 92 for 15… Read More

  2. Santa at Central Office

    Posted on December 22, 2017 - District News

    Here’s proof that we have the best CO staff out there. They were so good this year that Santa paid them a special visit yesterday!

  3. Giving Back

    Posted on December 21, 2017 - District News

    ‘Tis the season of giving in RSU 18, and thanks to our wonderfully supportive community partnerships and our dedicated administrators and staff, we’ve been able to do a lot to help teach our students the importance of giving back. “We are proud of our giving efforts this year,” said Atwood Principal Jenn McGee. The Atwood… Read More

  4. Painting a Brighter Future Grant

    Posted on December 17, 2017 - District News

    Something as simple as a new coat of paint can energize a dreary classroom, inspire teachers and motivate students. Each year since 2015, RSU 18 has been awarded a grant from the True Value Foundation for our schools to receive 40 gallons of paint. Teachers, students and volunteers have organized to paint walls at each… Read More

  5. Community Connection- Modern Woodmen of America

    Posted on November 28, 2017 - District News

    In RSU 18, we are lucky to have many partnerships within our community that support our schools, our teams and clubs, our staff and our students.  One such community partner that has helped so many groups and students within our district is Modern Woodmen of America. Patrick and Stacey Linehan and their local Modern Woodmen… Read More

  6. Unsung Hero- Claire Heffernan

    Posted on November 26, 2017 - District News

    Budget crunches always mean making the choice to cut programs that benefit our students, or, preferably, working to find the funds elsewhere. There is one person in RSU 18 who does an amazing job of locating and obtaining the grants and awards to fund the programs that truly make our district stand out, RSU 18… Read More

  7. Where are they now? Phil McGowan- Class of 2006

    Posted on November 20, 2017 - District News

    Phil McGowan graduated Messalonskee High School in 2006 and has since gone on to establish a successful career in the film industry as a Music Recording Engineer.  Phil specializes in Recording and Mixing music for Film, Television, and Video Games and has worked on over 100 projects throughout his career.   Whilst at Messalonskee, Phil… Read More

  8. Annual Breakfast and Assembly Honors Veterans

    Posted on November 15, 2017 - District News

    The morning of Thursday, November 9th  saw the MHS entryway lined with excited Messalonskee Middle School students. These were members of MMS Team Boothbay, directing their guests of honor into the cafeteria for a celebratory breakfast before the annual Veterans Assembly.  Students greeted veterans with a smile, waved flags, and chatted excitedly to each other… Read More

  9. Strengthening our Facilities

    Posted on November 3, 2017 - District News

    by Mandi Favreau As the fall rains move in, it’s not uncommon to see buckets strategically placed in school hallways.  Parents may have a little difficulty navigating parking lots marked more by potholes than traffic indicators, or they may notice more signs of wear and tear to the buildings and grounds. At a time when… Read More

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