Jim Hand
Congratulations to Meagan Desjardins, our Horace Mann's Hootie Award recipient for the month of September!
about 11 hours ago, Jim Hand
Larry Malone
Dear Staff, Students, and Families, This notice is to inform you that an individual at Massabesic Middle School (MMS) has tested positive for COVID19. As a result of the Maine CDC contact tracing process, RSU 57 has been informed that members of 7th Grade Team Allagash at Massabesic Middle School are considered “close contacts”. MMS students/families impacted have been notified and will initiate their quarantine today, per Maine CDC guidelines. At this time, no other RSU 57 community members have tested positive for COVID19 as a result of their exposure as it relates to this event. To see the entire community letter, please visit the RSU 57 website news section.
1 day ago, Larry Malone
Larry Malone
Dear Staff, Students, and Families, Sanford School Department has notified us that individuals of the Sanford Regional Technical Center (SRTC) school community have tested positive for COVID19. As a result of the Maine CDC contact tracing process, RSU 57 has been informed that some students from Massabesic High School, who also attend SRTC part time, are considered “close contacts”. MHS students impacted have been notified by the Maine CDC and are currently under quarantine, per Maine CDC guidelines. At this time, no RSU 57 community members have tested positive for COVID19 as a result of their exposure as it relates to this event.
2 days ago, Larry Malone
Angela Scully
What a great first week we have had here at MMS! We would like to thank our community for your continued support. Please check out our newsletter linked below. https://pub.lucidpress.com/f1f82760-bcc6-44f1-9e37-5d2402f02b78/
6 days ago, Angela Scully
Jim Hand
Today was our first day with all students and we at MHS want to thank all of our students for following our protocols, socially distancing, and wearing their masks. We could not be more proud of how you responded! #gomustangs
7 days ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Attention Lyman and Alfred Gr. 1-5 Remote learners: Our first day is tomorrow! Please log in to Zoom at 9:15am. If you have any questions, reach out to your child’s teacher via email. We can’t wait to see you on zoom!
9 days ago, Cindy Pellerin
Angela Madigan
WES Gr. 1-5 Remote learners: Our first day is tomorrow! Please log in to Zoom at 9:15am. If you have any questions, reach out to your child’s teacher via email. We can’t wait to see you virtually tomorrow!
9 days ago, Angela Madigan
Jim Hand
Thank you parents of MHS students for your patience with our pick up procedures!
9 days ago, Jim Hand
Brendan Scully
Good morning Parents and Students. Please see linked RSU 57 Activities Update outlining the recent MPA release. Thank you for your patience. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZSYb0nGxCfPqpW7-P0Bx2qTw3cBMegi99XU3ZI16DiM/edit?usp=sharing
14 days ago, Brendan Scully
Jim Hand
https://youtu.be/kPPdlpFDit4 We miss you all and look forward to seeing you! #gomustangs
14 days ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57
Updated Reopening Plan Pg 8 "Due to confidentiality and privacy laws, neither students nor parents shall record any portion of school instruction/programming." Pg 10 Screening tool to be used daily by staff/students prior to arrival Pg 14 Staggered start dates table See RSU 57 website for more details.
15 days ago, RSU #57
Angela Scully
MMS Families, In an abundance of caution, we have decided to send home student devices and materials to ALL students in advance of our anticipated start date. At this time, no changes have been made to the plans conveyed in Superintendent Malone's 9/7 message. Device pick up times for MMS are as follows: Wednesday, September 9th: 6:30am - 7:00pm Thursday, September 10th: 6:30am - 7:00pm Friday, September 11th: 6:30am - 12:00pm Staff will be available at the open Gym side doors #4 and #5 to assist you. As you approach the open doors, please know your child's team, wear a face covering, and observe all social distancing guidelines. We look forward to seeing your child soon!
16 days ago, Angela Scully
Larry Malone
This notice is an update to the delay of the start of school for all students. There will be no school for students the week of September 8th. New plans will be forthcoming with a staggered reopening beginning September 14th. Please use the embedded link for more details. I apologize for the late change and any inconvenience this may have created for you and you’re your families. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Imcmghag7LOK79kNNoFG3OsA0y8ZnRMT/view?usp=sharing
17 days ago, Larry Malone
Kevin Perkins
Announcement: The Reopening FAQ document has been updated and posted in the Menu>Documents>Information> COVID-19 Response, Planning, and Information section at www.rsu57.org. http://bit.ly/57Reopening
19 days ago, Kevin Perkins
Larry Malone
Good afternoon, The State has released a “Yellow” COVID-19 Health Advisory for York County. This designation will not affect our plan for reopening and we will open as scheduled. This change in advisory indicates an elevated risk in the spread of COVID-19 in our area and we will maintain heightened vigilance to our established protocols. Students attending SRTC will be delayed until September 14th and will be notified before Tuesday by the high school about your plan. Enjoy the holiday the weekend and stay safe.
20 days ago, Larry Malone
Jim Hand
Good afternoon SRTC students! SRTC has delayed the opening of school to Monday, September 14. Some information regarding your MHS classes next week: - If you are able to transport yourself to MHS then you should attend your classes in-person - If you are not able to transport yourself then you should attend your MHS classes remotely. Your teachers should have sent you Zoom links this week. If you don’t have the links, reach out to your teachers before your scheduled first day.
20 days ago, Jim Hand
Kevin Perkins
About 75% of devices for remote learners were picked up this week! We’re open at MMS until 7 pm tonight. After today, devices may be picked up at your child’s school. If you are picking up tomorrow, please call the school first.
21 days ago, Kevin Perkins
Larry Malone
Good afternoon, This message is announce a revision to the start of our Elementary Schools. Due to a delay in the arrival of student furniture, including desks and tables, and the need for additional time to assemble and distribute, Elementary Schools will now begin on September 10th. This revision also includes a staggering to the start of Elementary remote learners. Details of this change, as well as, PK and K school bus orientation information can be found on the district website. An announcement with a link with specific details is forthcoming. Thank you for your understanding.
21 days ago, Larry Malone
Brendan Scully
Good Morning, As I’m sure many of you are aware, the Department of Education as well as the Department of Health and Human Services responded yesterday to the Maine Principals Associations plans for Interscholastic Athletics in Maine High Schools. Additionally yesterday the guidelines for community recreation have been updated by the Maine Department of Economic and Community development. DOE and DHHS have returned the plan for restarting interscholastic athletics to the MPA and have also asked for more time for schools to reopen safely before athletic activity. As a result, we await further State agency guidance regarding all fall interscholastic activities. We fully understand the frustration many are feeling at this time and we ask that you stay positive. We will keep you updated as this situation continues to evolve. Thank you! Sincerely, Brendan Scully Activities Director RSU 57
21 days ago, Brendan Scully
Vanessa Richardson
On 8/31/2020 the USDA announced that ALL students will be eligible to receive free school meals until December 31, 2020, or until the funding for this program is no longer available. We are asking that you continue to submit applications for free or reduced meal price benefits. Once funds are no longer available as stated above, your meal accounts will be charged at their approved status. All accounts will be charged full pricing in the absence of an approved free or reduced application. Meal pricing can be found on the district website. www.rsu57.org To submit an application please visit www.myschoolappps.com or call the Nutrition Office to request a paper copy. Remote Learning Students: Please check your email for important information about remote meal pick up. If you did not receive the email please call the School Nutrition Office directly (207)247-3221 x 2257
22 days ago, Vanessa Richardson
Jim Hand
Good afternoon! Please check out our MHS Welcome Back video for in-person learners. We look forward to seeing you all! https://youtu.be/ZfAt4Y5CD10
22 days ago, Jim Hand
Angela Madigan
Waterboro Elementary Families: Please see the following letter regarding dismissal procedures for school year 2020-2021. Dismissal card pick-up will be on Thursday, September 3 from 8am-2pm @ WES. https://drive.google.com/file/d/15ywtfoXZsask89igloa9CMH_4Pa1GXKn/view?usp=sharing
24 days ago, Angela Madigan
Angela Madigan
WES families, please check your email for an important update and view our Welcome Back Video at https://safeyoutube.net/w/9W5W. We are excited to see you soon!
26 days ago, Angela Madigan
RSU #57
Remote Learning Students Please read the attached news that shares information and forms needed to receive technology for remote learning for the 20/21 school year. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_mSe7tEbEQd87_TuEFX3BGrYkRKnoJ5I6q_FInJWlfg/edit?usp=sharing
27 days ago, RSU #57
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary Welcome Back!!!! https://youtu.be/kc2hgL-PEbI
27 days ago, Cindy Pellerin
Kevin Perkins
Remote Learners: Save the date!! We will be distributing student devices next Tuesday and Thursday beginning at 9:00 in the morning and ending at 7:00 pm. We will be distributing all devices from the middle school, More information will come out tomorrow and Friday.
28 days ago, Kevin Perkins
Angela Scully
MMS would like to welcome our students to the 20-21 school year. We can't wait to see you all! Please take a moment to view our welcome video at https://youtu.be/AO4mUt-u3h0 .
about 1 month ago, Angela Scully
Vanessa Richardson
Last week for summer meal pick up! Menu for week of 8/24-8/29
about 1 month ago, Vanessa Richardson
Line Elementary School
Attention RSU57 PK & K families: Our annual PK/K bus orientation scheduled for 8/20 will not take place in person. We will be sharing videos and resources with families in the near future.
about 1 month ago, Line Elementary School
Vanessa Richardson
Weekly menu for 8/17 to 8/22 The last day for summer meal pick up will be Friday, August 28th at both locations.
about 1 month ago, Vanessa Richardson
Vanessa Richardson
In order to decrease the amount of meal payments being handled by students and staff, we encourage all families to sign up for our online payment system. For more information on this service please visit the document section on our website. Documents>Information>School Nutrition Did you know... that you can earn one free bonus meal when you deposit $50.00 or more onto a student meal account. For example, a payment of $50 will be charged a fee of $2.49, but in return you will receive one bonus meal on the student meal account. The value of the meal exceeds the value of the fee. Bonus meals are automatically applied at lunch once earned.
about 1 month ago, Vanessa Richardson
RSU #57 Central Office
If you have not completed the "Return to School Survey", please do so by Friday, August 14th. Your response is very important. Please follow this link to complete the survey: https://forms.gle/qNAXxqhCpStkmoai6
about 1 month ago, RSU #57 Central Office
RSU #57
Updated links the the Community Info Night can be found below as well as within the district calendar Community Information Night appointment. Topic: COMMUNITY INFORMATION NIGHT Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://rsu57.zoom.us/j/89291589537
about 1 month ago, RSU #57
Vanessa Richardson
Weekly menu for 8/10 to 8/15 The last day for free summer meal pick up will be Friday, August 28th at both locations.
about 1 month ago, Vanessa Richardson
Vanessa Richardson
Children that visited the Massabesic Middle School Summer Meal Site today were able to pick a book to take home! A special thanks to Educate Maine and the Maine State Chamber of Commerce for the books!
about 1 month ago, Vanessa Richardson
Vanessa Richardson
For all in-person or remote learning students!! Meal price benefit applications are now available for all enrolled students for the 20/21 school year. Please contact the School Nutrition Department with any questions (207)247-3221 x2257
about 1 month ago, Vanessa Richardson
Kevin Perkins
The link to0o tonight's board meeting had to be adjusted. Please go to the link on the district calendar within the School Board meeting event to access the link.
about 1 month ago, Kevin Perkins
Vanessa Richardson
After yesterday’s storm and the widespread power outages in our district we want to update you that both of our summer meal sites are still open for meal pick up today and Friday. 7am-9am and 11am-1pm at both Line Elementary and Massabesic Middle School.
about 1 month ago, Vanessa Richardson
Angela Madigan
Hello, WES families! It is important for fall planning that this survey is completed for each school-aged child in your household. Please help us ensure all RSU 57 students are accounted for by sharing the link with friends and family: https://tinyurl.com/RSU57fall2020form
about 1 month ago, Angela Madigan
Cindy Pellerin
It is very important for our planning that all families complete this survey for each school-aged child in their household: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1a1jelFYl5Bb_1Q1wRKl5I45KPBCBMx0tsiBFnCUMJrA/edit. We ask that you help us by sharing this information with your friends and family.
about 1 month ago, Cindy Pellerin
RSU #57 Central Office
Dear RSU #57 Community (Mustang Nation), As we approach August, the start of a new school year is just a few weeks away and we understand that you have been patiently awaiting information from us on our plans for reopening schools. First, we are now planning to open school for all students after Labor Day, beginning the week of September 8th, with specific details regarding phasing in of all grades/programs to be outlined in the re-opening plan. This is a change to the adopted calendar and the Board will adopt the new calendar at the August 5th meeting (Meeting Link: https://rsu57.zoom.us/j/84923814205). I know you have many more questions and concerns about how we will reopen our buildings safely in light of COVID-19 and I’m sure you too can understand that traditional school and routines will be forever changed. However, our commitment to school safety for students and staff will not change and we will adhere to the Maine Department Of Education Framework for Returning to Classroom Instruction guidelines as they are presented. On Wednesday evening, August 5th, I will present the RSU #57 basic guidelines of the 2020-2021 school year plan to the RSU 57 School Board. The plan is devised from the guidelines established for us from the DOE, which includes recommendations from the Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The RSU #57 administrative team is assembling our general guidelines which will be shared with constituents throughout the District. Our schools will accommodate all students in a daily program, with families choosing to access the classroom either in person or remotely with a common start and end time for both. We will continue to review our plan as adjustments may be required based on the Maine DOE guidelines as well as the conditions of staffing and safety in the district. We will receive guidance from the State regarding the rating for our county, which will dictate how we will proceed with the reopening of school and the continuance of the school year. It is our current understanding that there will be biweekly State updates regarding the rating of COVID-19 spread in our county. As a result of this procedure, we will need to be responsive to any changes that would affect our current plan. This changing information will necessitate flexibility in all operations of planning. We will do our best to keep you well informed. The ratings are as follows: ● Categorization as “red” suggests that the county has a high risk of COVID-19 spread and that in-person instruction should not be conducted. ● Categorization as “yellow” suggests that the county has an elevated risk of COVID-19 spread and that hybrid instruction models should be adopted. ● Categorization as “green” suggests that the county has a relatively low COVID-19 risk and that in-person instruction can be adopted – although a SAU may opt for hybrid instruction if its buildings or readiness make adhering to the Required Health and Safety Measures for All Schools a challenge. Alfred - Limerick - Lyman - Newfield - Shapleigh - Waterboro RSU #57 will offer online and in-person learning throughout the school year, unless ordered (red rating) to close our facilities. Our online learning program will look and run differently than in the spring. Students will participate in the same schedule as the in-person students run at the school (Synchronized Learning). Our teachers will instruct students in both environments in order for all students to experience similar educational programming. Daily class attendance will be required and recorded. Grading will be reflective of the current grading structures of the District. In-person learning will require adherence to the safety guidelines, which currently include distancing and the mandatory wearing of a mask/face covering by all students and staff. Current guidance per The Maine Department Of Education Framework for Returning to Classroom Instruction, states that face shields are not an alternative to mask/face coverings unless there are “medical, behavioral, or other [documented] challenges.” It should be noted that there are significant limitations on the number of students we can place on the bus at any given time. The required safety measures include: daily pre-screening, the wearing of a mask/face covering, hand sanitizing, and assigned seating. We are encouraging families to transport daily if possible. Our nutrition department will continue to offer breakfast and lunch programs. Details of how to receive these services for those in the online learning setting will be forthcoming. Those participating in the in-person setting will be required to maintain aforementioned safety measures. Self-service options will not be available and meal choices will be limited. The 2020-2021 school year will be divided into segments of school days, after which each family can revisit their personal choice of in-person or remote school options based on the changing conditions and the risk mitigation strategy employed by the district. The family survey is linked below asking that families select a choice of an educational plan for each of their children, as well as information regarding transporting their children to school daily. It is very important for our planning that all families complete this survey for each school-aged child in their household: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1a1jelFYl5Bb_1Q1wRKl5I45KPBCBMx0tsiBFnCUMJrA/edit. We ask that you help us by sharing this information with your friends and family. A community information night will be held Tuesday, August 11th from 6:00 - 8:00PM. We will use this opportunity to share our most current guidance and planning as well as take questions from the community. A link for this event will be shared via the District Facebook page, RSU #57 website, and the RSU #57 app. The upcoming year will present challenges for all of us. That being said, we look forward to working with your child(ren) and providing them with quality educational opportunities. With appreciation, Larry Malone
about 1 month ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Vanessa Richardson
Weekly Menu for 8/3 - 8/8 Free meals for all children 18 and under!
about 1 month ago, Vanessa Richardson
Vanessa Richardson
Weekly Menu for 7/27 to 8/1 Free meals for all children 18 and under!
2 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
Vanessa Richardson
Weekly Menu 7/20 to 7/25 Free meals for all children 18 and under!
2 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
Vanessa Richardson
Weekly Menu 7/13 to 7/18
3 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
Larry Malone
Good evening, I hope this notice finds you well and enjoying the summer season. This update includes information regarding the upcoming vote on the district budget and bond, as well as information regarding the reopening of school. This notice is posted on the RSU 57 website.
3 months ago, Larry Malone
Vanessa Richardson
RSU 57 Nutrition Department
3 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
Jim Hand
Congratulations to our seniors for earning "Top of the Class" status! http://waterbororeporter.com/IMAGES_reporter/REP_6-11-20.pdf
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Families this is a reminder that today is the last drop off pick up day for student belongings and for the return of iPads 9-3pm today
4 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Angela Madigan
WES Families: Student Materials Pick-up & Device Drop-off TODAY (Wed, 6/10) from 8-2 & 5-7pm and TOMORROW (Thurs, 6/11) from 8-2. Grades PK-2, drive around the greenhouse & up to the PK/K wing door. Grades 3-5, drive around bus loop & up to main entrance. Remain in vehicles.
4 months ago, Angela Madigan
Jim Hand
Good morning! Here is the link for the Virtual Senior Awards Night. The link is scheduled to open at 7:00 p.m. this evening. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fj6_cm2UYHY&feature=youtu.be​​ Congratulations to the Class of 2020!
4 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU 57
Please click to see the great MHS Senior Parade held on Sunday June 7th! Many, many thanks to Carrick Gillespie for capturing and sharing such a wonderful keepsake! Carrick is the son of Chris and Stephanie Gillespie, teachers at MMS. https://tinyurl.com/mhsseniorparade
4 months ago, RSU 57
Kelly Grantham
Click and enjoy a video of the MMS 8th Grade Promotion Parade last week. A huge thank you to Carrick Gillespie, son of RSU 57 teachers Chris and Stephanie Gillespie, for creating and editing this special keepsake! tinyurl.com/mms8thparade
4 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Kelly Grantham
MMS, a reminder that technology drop off and locker pick up will be tomorrow, 6/8, and Tuesday, 6/9, from 8- 2:00. You or a designee will pull up to the tent at Door #4 (gym door, front side) and we’ll deliver to your vehicle. Visit here for procedure reminders: https://tinyurl.com/Mmspickup. See you then!
4 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
Congratulations to all 11 graduates from Sanford and Massabesic High School that earned Rotary scholarships yesterday! We are so proud of Amie Giles, Robert Chessie, Savannah Wakita, Julia Gregoire, and Gavin Valente, each of them earning $1000 and Kassidy Lang for earning $2500. Thank you to those that came out to cheer them on as well!
4 months ago, Jim Hand
Larry Malone
District Update I have posted another update, which includes surveys we would like you to complete. I want thank you for your continued support of RSU #57 and I wish everyone a safe and enjoyable summer.
4 months ago, Larry Malone
Larry Malone
RSU #57 Board of Directors - Special Meeting on June 8, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. A Special Meeting will be held to discuss the current CDC guidelines and recent Governor's Order. Action will be taken to accept a budget approval process.
4 months ago, Larry Malone
Kelly Grantham
See you tonight at the parade, MMS 8th graders and families! We can’t wait to celebrate you and your middle school years. Remember to see the invitation for procedure and safety reminders.
4 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Angela Madigan
Don't forget to watch "Ms. Positive Beats" on Maine Public Television at noon today! Our very own Samantha Person (WES P.E.) will be broadcast for the whole state as part of the Maine Department of Education's Learning Space Initiative. Congratulations, Sam!
4 months ago, Angela Madigan
Jim Hand
We are getting ready for graduation of the Class of 2020!
4 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
4 months ago, Jim Hand
Kelly Grantham
RSU 57, we want to hear from you! https://tinyurl.com/RSU57survey
4 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
Please help us get our seniors their signs back! https://www.facebook.com/453858641361278/videos/836928016834737/
4 months ago, Jim Hand
Larry Malone
Good evening, I want to bring to your attention that a new update has been posted. I hope you are doing well and that you have a restful Memorial Day Weekend.
4 months ago, Larry Malone
Kelly Grantham
8th graders, we hope to see you and your families on June 4th to celebrate you and your middle school years!
4 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Cindy Pellerin
LYMAN ELEMENTARY FAMILIES, I know you are tired, stressed, and doing the best that you can. We are so thankful for all the hard work that you have put into helping our students continue to grow during distance learning. Please watch the video that the staff created for you. YOU ARE A HERO!  https://youtu.be/OoSwMMfp2R8
4 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
Looking for a way to help? Want to give back? Help a neighbor? As our nation adjusts to a new reality, we are inspired to find ways to help those most severely impacted by COVID-19. In an effort to give back to our community and those who suffer from food insecurity we are partnering with 320ink and their TipJar Initiative. Please consider purchasing a tshirt (seen below) for $20. Proceeds will be donated to the RSU 57’s food insecurity programs. T-shirts will be available for a period of two weeks, and will be mailed directly to you by 320ink, after the sale closes. To order your t-shirt in youth or adult sizes, please click on the link below. https://rsu-57-district-food-insecurity-efforts.itemorder.c… https://youtu.be/EuY3jq7MY3w We are hoping to spread messages of positivity via the #separatedbutnotdivided through social media platforms. We are encouraging people to take a photo wearing their Separated But Not Divided t-shirt and share it on social media with a message of hope and positivity. Please include the #separatedbutnotdivided as part of your post. MHS Student Council
4 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Please check out this video regarding NJROTC. Please contact guidance if you would like to sign up for next year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpeHD6cRVAI​
4 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Attention Lyman Elementary Families Pick up schedule for student belongings and iPad return Dates: 6/10/20 & 6/11/20 Time: 9:00 to 3:00 Parents please bring the following to the school: iPads Any other school property must be returned at the same time. This includes band instruments. Return library or school books that were handed out at the start of distance learning Parents when you arrive: 1. Please drive around to the front of the building 2. A staff member will collect the ipad and any other school property 3. A staff member will grab the bag of items from the school that belongs to your child and bring this back to your car. All guidelines regarding social distancing and wearing a mask will be observed.
4 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
Congratulations to the Class of 2020! If you come down and are unable to find yours, a couple had errors that we are getting fixed and we will put them out. Also, please leave your sign until after the ceremony. #gomustangs #classof2020
4 months ago, Jim Hand
Vanessa Richardson
Maine's Department of Health and Human Services has received approval from Food and Nutrition Services to partner with the Maine Department of Education to provide a Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) benefit to school-aged children who normally receive free or reduced breakfast and lunch at Maine schools. This benefit will help to replace the value of school meals while students are learning remotely. Families currently receiving SNAP or TANF and have a child aged five through eighteen will receive a P-EBT benefit on their Pine Tree card in May. Families who are not receiving SNAP or TANF and have a child who is eligible for free or reduced school lunch can request the P-EBT benefit by calling 1-855-797-4357. Some household information will be requested by a phone agent who will then verify eligibility with the Maine Department of Education. Families who have not yet been found eligible for free or reduced lunch can apply through their local school district at the following link. www.myschoolapps.com Separate P-EBT cards will be issued for eligible families who do not already have a Pine Tree card. Please call our office if you cannot access the online application and we will mail you a paper copy. (207)247-3221 x2257
4 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
Angela Madigan
WES Families, teachers have organized "Students on Parade" for tonight, 5:30pm at MMS. Please see the flyer for more details. We can't wait to see you!
5 months ago, Angela Madigan
Catherine Poulin
The Alfred Elementary Friends and Family Parade will take place tomorrow beginning at 4pm! We anticipate ending in the village by 5pm but this is an approximation so plan accordingly! We hope to see you soon!
5 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
Looking for a way to help? Want to give back? Help a neighbor? As our nation adjusts to a new reality, we are inspired to find ways to help those most severely impacted by COVID-19. In an effort to give back to our community and those who suffer from food insecurity we are partnering with 320ink and their TipJar Initiative. Please consider purchasing a tshirt (seen below) for $20. Proceeds will be donated to the RSU 57’s food insecurity programs. T-shirts will be available for a period of two weeks, and will be mailed directly to you by 320ink, after the sale closes. To order your t-shirt in youth or adult sizes, please click on the link below. https://rsu-57-district-food-insecurity-efforts.itemorder.com/ https://youtu.be/EuY3jq7MY3w We are hoping to spread messages of positivity via the #separatedbutnotdivided through social media platforms. We are encouraging people to take a photo wearing their Separated But Not Divided t-shirt and share it on social media with a message of hope and positivity. Please include the #separatedbutnotdivided as part of your post. MHS Student Council
5 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Mustang Theatre has many of its performances on YouTube. In this time of remote learning and many of us still staying home, I thought it may be a good time to watch some productions if you have not had the opportunity to come see a show. Here is last Fall's presentation of Little Women. https://youtu.be/-cWiglxMTiw On our Mustang Theatre playlist, you will also find past performances including Sillyheart, The Storm, Anatomy of Gray, and A Sussified Christmas Carol. Our one-act from this year will be posted soon also.
5 months ago, Jim Hand
Larry Malone
Good afternoon, I hope you and your family are well and in good spirits. My most recent update has been posted to our website, which includes final last day of school for students, links to staff parades for students, and special recognition for our food service heroes. Please take care of yourself, loved ones, and those around you. When there is a choice, choose kindness.
5 months ago, Larry Malone
Vanessa Richardson
5 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
Vanessa Richardson
5 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
Catherine Poulin
The staff at Alfred Elementary is happy to announce our "Staff and Friends Parade" scheduled for next Thursday, May 7th from 4-5pm. Please see the attached flyer for additional details. The parade route will be shared with you shortly. If the parade does not travel directly by your home, we encourage you to find a public location along our route so that we can say hello to our students! Thanks to Mrs. Blackington, Mrs. Rollins, Mrs. Knight and all of our staff who have worked diligently to organize this special event for our students!
5 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
The social workers at MHS have been thinking of you all and have some tips they would like to share to help during this time. Please watch their video debut :) https://youtu.be/9YIP_VIrFic
5 months ago, Jim Hand
Catherine Poulin
Last week the Alfred Elementary "Weekly Challenge" was to thank a hero. Students discussed what the word 'hero' meant to them. They created cards and sent them friends, family, our drivers & more! Several decided to thank our local fire fighters and safely delivered it to them!
5 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
Thank you RSD for making these signs! That have not gone unnoticed! #gomustangs #classof2020
5 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Welcome Class of 2024! #gomustangs
5 months ago, Jim Hand
Larry Malone
Good afternoon, I hope this notice finds you and your family well. My week 5 update during the continuous learning structure has been posted. I would like to remind you that there is no school on Friday, April 17th and Monday, April 20th. We will resume school on Tuesday, April 21st. Enjoy this short break. My best to you and your families.
5 months ago, Larry Malone
Jim Hand
Dear Class of 2020 students and families: Massabesic High School has a planning committee working on your end of the year activities. We know that your senior awards night, prom, and graduation are important for you as they are for us, and we want to come up with plans that are meaningful, that recognize your accomplishments, and abide by the recommendations of health officials to prevent the spread of COVID-19. For instance, this would look much different right now because of the guidelines put out involving social distancing, stay-at-home, and the number of people that can gather in one place. We are collecting ideas from parents and students and from social media to work towards a plan for these important events. Seniors, you can help us out by filling out the survey below! https://forms.gle/UNwp3L4zwK3M...​
5 months ago, Jim Hand
Kevin Perkins
Please follow the link for the latest update from the Continuous Leaning Communication team. https://sites.google.com/rsu57.org/remote-learning-announcements/home#h.kpa54l4folaj
5 months ago, Kevin Perkins
Kelly Grantham
Get ready for schoolwide adventures next week, MMS! Our entire MMS family will be learning together as we tour the great, wide world. We can’t wait to “see” you on Tuesday, the 21st!
5 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Larry Malone
Good afternoon, This is Larry Malone, Superintendent of Schools, and I hope this message finds you and your family well. My new update has been posted to the website and emailed to those with assigned accounts. This notice covers updates from technology, the district health department, resources for families, and an announcement on extending remote learning through the remainder of the school year. Take care of yourself and your families and do not hesitate to let us know if RSU 57 can support you.
6 months ago, Larry Malone
Jim Hand
Please see the attached letter and my video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HjNXP1WJgQ&feature=youtu.be I hope you all are doing well and that you enjoy your weekend!
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
The MHS Guidance Counselors have a video called "Life After School" for you about the College Search and Application Process because we are unable to meet in person! Check it out on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7jqXtjp_5c
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Angela Madigan
We're All in This Together at Waterboro Elementary School! Check out the video from WES staff to students: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BorDqFpSmss&feature=youtu.be
6 months ago, Angela Madigan
Mrs. Jeannette
Shapleigh Memorial School teachers would like to know... what will YOU learn today? Video: https://youtu.be/lJjwKhj8Lv8
6 months ago, Mrs. Jeannette
Kelly Grantham
When it’s your math teacher’s birthday, you make birthday hats...and calculate the lateral area of the cones! #hbdmrslestage
6 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Catherine Poulin
Alfred staff saying 'hello' to all families from our AES nutritional delivery bus!
6 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
Our busses loading up ... decorated for kids💜
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Angela Madigan
Catch WES Staff waving to students "aboard" the nutritional delivery buses on the Waterboro routes!
6 months ago, Angela Madigan
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary Staff have a special message for their students! Please enjoy, we miss our students dearly. https://youtu.be/6OVUmGwSE4Q
6 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
Thank you Mrs. Suttie for putting this together! We miss you! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=L9t74asAx04&feature=youtu.be
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Kelly Grantham
...so very much! Visit tinyurl.com/We-Miss-you-MMS to see! Thank you to Ms. Landez and Mrs. Magill for organizing and creating this labor of love. #togetherapart #mustangnation #MMSrocks
6 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Kelly Grantham
Check out the latest issue of the Waterboro Reporter (waterbororeporter.com) for a front page article on virtual learning by MMS' own, Mr. Michael Bryant!
6 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary Staff pictures will be in the windows of the buses marking lunch and breakfast deliveries!!!!
6 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
RSU #57 Central Office
6 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
RSU #57 Central Office
Good afternoon. Please visit the district website at www.rsu57.org to read an update from Superintendent Malone. Thank you.
6 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Jim Hand
MHS Virtual Spirit Week Day Five: Mustang Pride Day! Rock the Green and White. Send in pics or videos of you showing your Mustang Pride!
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Students in Mrs. Harmon's Marine Biology class shared a unique experience participating in a Zoom presentation from Mr. Curt Brown, a marine biologist with Ready Seafood and local lobsterman. Sternman and teacher Mr. Tremblay helped to organize the meeting. The class learned about the collaborative lobster research projects between Ready Seafood and the Univ. of Maine, as well as, the importance of sustainability and preservation of our Maine lobsters! A big thank you to all those involved in providing this virtual outreach program and keeping our students engaged in learning!
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Tomorrow Virtual Spirit Week Day Four: Yay for Spring! Zoom in , in your brightest spring colors Send in pics or video of you enjoying your favorite spring activity outdoors!
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
A message from our music teacher! I'm so excited to share another song with Alfred and Lyman elementary schoolers! This song is Count On Me by Bruno Mars. I chose this song because I think it really shows how special friendship is, and how important our friends are to us. I will be posting a new song every week on my channel, so be sure to check it out! I miss you all, and I can't wait until we're making music together again! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJNM3u15RLjwvkiL-gQRdbw?view_as=subscriber
6 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
The Art in Toilet Paper by MHS students! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPx0cbw6cto
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Tomorrow Virtual Spirit Week Day Three: College Day- Zoom in, in your favorite colleges swag! Send in pics of yourself doing the online school thing!
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Let's rally together to help each other out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OjjWh-8Iv0&feature=youtu.be
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Tomorrow, Virtual Spirit Week Day Two: Sports Day- Zoom in dressed in your favorite team gear or uniform. Send pics or video of you outside playing!
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
We are thinking of you--Class of 2020!
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Congratulations to all of the medal winners at SRTC! https://www.sanford.org/article/222216?org=sanford-regional-technical-center
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Catherine Poulin
Many thanks to the Alfred Elementary families who were able to join our first virtual CARETime student assembly today! We said the pledge, sent happy birthday wishes, and shared our Alfred Bunch video! It was wonderful to see the smiling faces:)
6 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Catherine Poulin
A special message to our students from your Alfred Elementary Staff...We miss you!!! Special thanks to Mrs. Rollins for her tech savvy skills! https://youtu.be/L49dPFBx1bQ
6 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Larry Malone
Good evening, this is Larry Malone Superintendent of Schools with a message regarding the District Nutrition Program. Due to the confusion regarding the program, I have posted an update to the District Website for your review. I hope this information is helpful and clarifies your concerns. As always, stay safe and well.
6 months ago, Larry Malone
RSU #57 Central Office
This is a message from RSU #57 Central Office. Please visit the district website www.rsu57.org for an update from Superintendent Malone. Thank you and enjoy your weekend.
6 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Jim Hand
Next week is Virtual Spirit Week at MMS & MHS. Show your school spirit! #gomustangs
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Congratulations Jacob! #gomustangs
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Check out the read aloud done by Mrs. Flannery our Lyman Elementary School Nurse https://youtu.be/bpJwDFR_Eik
6 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Cindy Pellerin
Hello all, one of the most important things we can do for our children is read to them. Please see the attached video of Principal Pellerin reading "If You Give A Mouse A Cookie" by Laura Numeroff. https://youtu.be/AUpQY6z_lic I challenge our students to read their favorite book, record it, and share it with me!
6 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Larry Malone
Good afternoon, This is Larry Malone, Superintendent of Schools with a message from RSU #57 School Nutrition. Due to tomorrow's weather forecast, there will be no student meal services on Tuesday, March 24th. This includes open meal sites and meal delivery routes. Meal services will resume on Wednesday, March 25th. Thank you.
6 months ago, Larry Malone
Cindy Pellerin
Check out the recording from Alfred and Lyman Elementary's music Teacher Ms. Smith!! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Cl8e2GWIAEwopZHqQG7jU28ab9oiv_G9/view?usp=sharing
6 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
Mrs. Suttie picks up where she left off. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=u7DkAfbuwIQ&feature=youtu.be
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Larry Malone
Good Evening. This is Larry Malone, Superintendent of Schools and I hope this update finds you well. We have received guidance from the Maine Department of Education recommending that schools remain closed for the duration of the Governor’s declared State of Civil Emergency. Students are now tentatively scheduled to return to school on Monday, April 27th. Until then we will continue to follow our Remote Learning Plan. More details will be provided next week regarding any updates to the school calendar, Nutrition Program and any other important information. I deeply appreciate your patience, support, and cooperation as we take these next steps. Please adhere to the CDC Guidelines to help you and your family stay healthy. Be well.
6 months ago, Larry Malone
Cindy Pellerin
Happy Friday! Lyman and Alfred Elementary Schools are very proud of the work that was done by teachers, students and parents this week. Please see the quick video from Principal Pellerin https://youtu.be/XC5UOhRJdm8
6 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Vanessa Richardson
In addition to the two open meal sites at Line Elementary and Massabesic Middle School, we will be implementing ​a ​free meal delivery​ service​ via specific bus routes​​ starting on Monday, March 23rd. These bus routes have been set up to bring food to the areas in our communities with the highest need. In order to keep the meals as safe as possible and to allow time for staff to safely prepare the meals, we will be doing two deliveries per day. One delivery in the morning for breakfast and one delivery in the afternoon for lunch. The bus routes will run Monday through Friday. Please visit the RSU 57 website or app to access the route map​ and approximate delivery times​. Students will have the option to receive breakfast and lunch each day and on Fridays they will receive two additional meals for the weekend. Our focus is to get meals closer to the students in our district that desperately need them. If your student is in need of meals and you cannot access the daily bus routes or the open meal sites please call 207-247-3221 x​2257 and we will do our very best to assist you. The meals available through our two meal sites as well as our specific area bus routes are available to all children 18 and under, free of charge. We want to be able to offer all children in our district the nutrition they need during this closure. In order to continue doing so, we do ask that only families that are in high need receive these meals. ​We will continue this service as long as our food supply and staffing needs can meet the demand.​​​
6 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
Vanessa Richardson
Nutrition Update
6 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
Jim Hand
Attention Massabesic High School students, Mrs. Suttie is doing a read aloud. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RDRR-997_o&t=4s
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
20-21 Course Registration
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Good Morning! I will be hosting a zoom meeting regarding the information on Dual Enrollment. Here is the link to get into the meeting: https://rsu57.zoom.us/j/445857464 *We will meet at 12:40 PM today, Friday and Monday to go over dual enrollment information. We will be going over the following topics in the meeting: -Introduction to Dual Enrollment -Expectations/Grading -FERPA/Communication -Course Options -Success in a Dual Enrollment Course I will be recording this meeting and will post the link on Google Classroom if you are not able to attend. Please email me at allisonellis@rsu57.org if you have any questions. Thank you, Mrs. Ellis
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Larry Malone
Good evening, I hope this message finds you well. We are very pleased with our start of the continuous learning platform. I want to thank our staff for the work it has taken to now teach in a new method. We want parents to know that we are here to support you during this unique time and encourage you to contact us and let us know how we can help. Finally, I encourage students to continue to check in daily to stay informed of our learning requirements Let's all continue to do our part to make this a successful learning experience during these challenging times. Stay Well.
6 months ago, Larry Malone
Angela Scully
Day one of Continuous Learning at MMS is in the books! It was so great to see your smiling faces! Don't forget to swing by your teacher's Zoom, Gmail, or Google Classroom if you have questions or need help. Great job, staff and students! #mustangpride #continuouslearning
6 months ago, Angela Scully
Angela Madigan
Wow, what a fantastic start to Continuous Learning! Here is a WES PreK class meeting on Zoom to learn together with friends. Thank you all for your efforts to continue your child's learning with us. What a wonderful community we have here!
6 months ago, Angela Madigan
Jim Hand
Good morning students! We are looking forward to seeing you all today. #gomustangs
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary had 98% of our take home packets picked up today! Thank you parents for valuing education and helping us while we navigate this uncharted territory. I am so amazing and proud of our staff who gave up their practice online day to be at the school and help get the packets out to cars. I feel so fortunate to work in this community!
6 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Line Elementary School
Line staff have been working hard to plan for Continuous Learning online, starting tomorrow, March 18th! We can't wait to reconnect with our students! Check rsu57.org for more information. Resource packets are available for pickup until 7PM and we are getting close to 100%!
6 months ago, Line Elementary School
Angela Madigan
WES teachers are working hard planning for Continuous Learning online, starting tomorrow, March 18th! We can't wait to see you all! Check rsu57.org for more information.
6 months ago, Angela Madigan
RSU #57 Central Office
Please see the News Feed on the district website (www.rsu57.org) for the latest community update.
6 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Kelly Grantham
Students, we miss you already and will see you online tomorrow, March 18th! Check your school email and RSU57.org for details. Thank you to our entire staff for their hard work and dedication. We are tremendously grateful.
6 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
The MHS Guidance Department and Extended Learning Opportunities Coordinator have created a Google Classroom for information on course selection for next year and general announcements from their departments. To access this Google Classroom use the following code: 2ulkdmw
6 months ago, Jim Hand
Angela Madigan
WES: Our amazing staff has been working diligently through the day to get materials together to support Continuous Learning.Tomorrow (Tuesday, 3/17/2020), you will be able to pick up technology and learning packets from 8:30am-3:30pm and from 5:00pm-7:00pm at WES. If you have a child in PK-grade 2, please follow the regular drop off loop and pull up to the curb. If you have a child in grades 3-5, please pull into the bus loop to the front entrance curb. Please remain in your car and a staff member will be present to assist you. Call the school with any questions. Thank you!
6 months ago, Angela Madigan
Cindy Pellerin
Dear Parents, I hope this email finds you well. As you can imagine we have been working hard to plan for your child(ren)’s education over the next ten days. Online and paper packets will be utilized starting on Wednesday. Teachers have created packets which include planning for reading, writing, math, art, music, and PE along with information on the online resources being used. Alfred and Lyman Elementary Schools will be open tomorrow from 8:00am-3:30pm and 5pm-7pm Tuesday, March 17, so that families can pick up packets. If these times do not work, please contact the school so that we may help to facilitate a pick up. In an attempt to minimize public entrance into our building please drive into the circle and remain in your car. We will have staff members prepared to collect your information and deliver the resources to you. All students will receive a paper packet as well as their iPad and charger. If there are items you would like to pick up from either our nurse or your child(ren)’s teacher, please call the main office in advance or email their teacher so that we can prepare in advance and have them ready for your arrival. Please review the newly created website at: https://sites.google.com/rsu57.org/rsu-57-distance-learning-site/home for information regarding teacher schedules and open virtual office hours. We will email when this link goes live. Teachers will be available daily as a resource to your child and will share a ZOOM meeting code/link that can be accessed from a web browser or a phone (a number is provided) to ask for help on their school work. Please check in with your students teacher daily as this is how we will collect attendance and check progress with their assignments. If your child is sick, please let your child's teacher know and call our main office. If you have not been receiving the district-wide emails and updates please contact Kevin Perkins at Tel: (207)247-0754 email: kevinperkins@rsu57.org Thank you and please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions. We appreciate your support and patience as we work hard to navigate these new waters. Our best, Cindy Pellerin and Catherine Poulin
6 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Catherine Poulin
As I stand in the cafe at the end of a long day, I cannot help but smile at what I see. Although the circumstances are difficult, I am so appreciative of the hard work and collaboration of all of our staff across the district to continue to serve our students. Thank you:)
6 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Kevin Perkins
Spectrum Signup: Spectrum is now offering free/low cost Internet service for 60 days to qualified homes. Any household that currently qualifies for free or reduced lunch and is a first time subscriber to Spectrum can complete an application at http://bit.ly/57spectrumsignup.
6 months ago, Kevin Perkins
Melissa Roberts
March 16, 2020 Good Afternoon RSU #57 Families. Today, Monday, March 16th and Tuesday, March 17th are "no school" days. There is no remote work expected of your student. Remote check ins with your child and their teacher(s) will begin Wednesday, March 18th. Staff are vigorously working to compile resources and prepare for this launch. You will receive a notification with further details from your building and/or specific teacher(s) no later than tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17th. We ask that students and families wait until tomorrow, March 17th, to come to schools if you need to pick up items - iPads, clothes, instruments, binders, books, etc. The buildings will be open starting March 17th, for you to access what you need. Individual buildings will be sending out the times and protocol for pick up, as each site has unique community needs. Please email or call your child’s school in advance if you 1) Need to pick up medication from the School Nurse and/or 2) Need to pick up items outside of the scheduled hours. If you are dropping things off, please clearly mark them to say who it is for and who it is from. We encourage you to stay in contact with your student(s) schools. We are also encouraging daily communication with your teacher(s). This communication could be through the use of Google Classroom, SeeSaw, logging in to an app that was assigned by your teacher, an email, a phone call, etc. We ask that you help by encouraging all learners to be engaged in daily school activities. Our staff are working hard to create purposeful assignments and interactions to help keep our learning going. Parents, please be sure to monitor your child on his/her device. Our district firewalls do not provide protection off school grounds. While our staff will review best practices with students we will need your support to ensure all learners remain safe online. We will continue to communicate with you and you are welcome to email or call your child’s school during the office hours. We deeply appreciate your patience, support, and cooperation as we take these next steps. We encourage you to reach out to your child’s school to let us know how we can best support needs in this new learning environment. Be well, Larry Malone, Superintendent
6 months ago, Melissa Roberts
RSU #57 Central Office
Kindergarten registration for fall 2020 is now underway! Registration can be completed online and includes a meeting with our District Registrar. If you have a student that already attends one of the district PreK programs there is no need to register them as they are already in the system. Thank you
6 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Vanessa Richardson
In an effort to support the children and families in our community, the RSU 57 School Nutrition Department will be offering free meals to all children ages 18 and under starting on Monday, March 16th through the duration of the school closure. Meals will be pre-packaged, grab n' go and will be available at the following locations: Line Elementary School - 818 Water Street, West Newfield, ME 04095 Massabesic Middle School - 134 Old Alfred Road, East Waterboro, ME 04030 Hours of pickup will be Monday - Friday from 7:00am - 9:00am and 11:00am - 1:00pm. Please note: This is open to ALL children, ages 18 and under from any community. To help eliminate unnecessary travel for families, children have the option to receive breakfast and lunch for each day and can take up to 3 days' worth of meals per pickup. Pickup will occur at the front doors of each location. Please remain in your car upon arrival. Staff will be present to assist you. Please know that our department is following strict sanitation guidelines to ensure the safety of our community. **If you or your family cannot access either site during the pickup hours, please contact Cathy at the School Nutrition Office at (207) 247-3221, ext. 2257. We will update this information as needed. Thank you.
6 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
RSU #57 Central Office
March 15, 2020 To the RSU 57 School Community, RSU 57 schools will be closed for two weeks starting Monday, March 16th through Friday, March 27th as a proactive health measure in our community. Although there are no confirmed COVID-19 cases in our schools, it is in the best interest of our school community, York County, and the State of Maine, to practice social distancing in our collective attempt to “flatten the curve”. This will also ensure those most vulnerable are able to receive the treatment they need. These decisions have been made through constant consultation with Maine CDC, Maine Department of Education, and in collaboration with York and Cumberland County Superintendents. This has been a difficult decision and we fully understand that the consequences of a prolonged school closure are profound. Our team has been working diligently to prepare. There are many things we will be doing for the first time as no one has prior experience with a prolonged school closure of this magnitude. Educators and staff will be finishing up plans for implementing virtual learning on Monday and Tuesday and will be ready to resume your child’s education remotely on Wednesday, March 18, 2020. We believe the continuous learning plan we have prepared will provide a level of continuity for our students during this time of change. Details will be shared with parents by Wednesday, March 18th, and will outline how to obtain and access resources, required assignments, a method for daily communication and a directory of supports. A plan is being finalized for students or parents to pick up needed supplies on Tuesday, March 17. For elementary students this includes packets for home learning and technology. For MMS and MHS students we ask that you contact the main office at your child’s school to notify them if your child needs to pick up devices from school. Please expect more communication from your child’s school about this procedure on Monday. The School Nutrition Department is working on a detailed plan to allow for our students to access food if needed. Line Elementary School and Massabesic Middle School will be sites for pick up of bagged breakfast and lunch items. Please check the website and/or see the nutrition update for details about this service. All staff will report to their regular building assignments on Monday morning. Please see building updates for more information. Transportation staff are asked to bring their buses to the bus garage and meet in the East Training Center at 8:00 am. Finally, as our health professionals continue to remind all of us: wash your hands, wipe down surfaces, practice social distancing, cover your mouth or use a tissue if you are coughing, and stay home if you are sick. These habits continue to be the most effective defense and our best chance to slow the spread of COVID-19. We will continue to send and post updates on a regular basis. Most importantly, take care of one another. Regards, Larry Malone, Superintendent of Schools
6 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Vanessa Richardson
RSU 57 School Nutrition Department
6 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
Larry Malone
Good evening, This is a message from Larry Malone, Superintendent of Schools, informing you that there will be NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS for two weeks, beginning Monday, March 16th through Sunday, March 29th. Although there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our schools, the closure is a proactive health measure for our communities. We will send additional information to parents and staff tomorrow.
6 months ago, Larry Malone
RSU #57 Central Office
Dear RSU #57 Community, Thank you for your patience as we work through this unprecedented and rapidly changing situation. It is imperative that we work collaboratively with each other, within and outside of our immediate community. Please know we are heeding the advice of trusted educational and medical professionals. As educators our first priorities are to keep students safe and to educate them to the best of our ability. We understand that a school closure, should it come to that, would present a significant hardship for many families. Our focus must remain on the safety of our students and staff and we will do our best to limit the impact on their academic progression. Neither Governor Mills nor the Maine CDC recommend school closure at this time. We are focusing on providing your child with an excellent education whether that is on-site or through distance learning. Information around these procedures will be communicated. The following decisions have been made and I will continue to make adjustments in the best interest of all stakeholders: • Distance learning plans are being prepared in the event of a school closure. • Daily attendance is being monitored as it relates to potential COVID-19 symptoms. • Student drop-off and pick-up procedures may be revised and will be communicated to you as needed. • The use of school volunteers will be suspended through April 27th. • Staff and students who have been absent as a result of fever are being asked to consult their medical professional and return to school when directed with a note. • We are in contact with known staff and students who have travelled out of the country. • We have implemented measures to reduce the number of students in one place at any given time as we encourage social-distancing when possible. • The Maine Principals Association Board of Directors and Interscholastic Management Committee voted today, March 13, 2020 to delay the start of the 2020 Spring sports pre-season practice until April 27, 2020. We will continue to monitor the situation and will make the appropriate changes as needed to ensure the safety of all students. • The remainder of the middle school winter sports season has been cancelled. • Field trips are suspended through April 27th. • Out of state school trips are cancelled through April 27th. • The district will be cancelling activities and events outside of the regular school day. Some activities and events scheduled during the school day may also be cancelled and will be considered on a case-by-case basis. • Building use by outside groups has been suspended with the exception of childcare to support our enhanced cleaning and disinfecting practices. Please continue vigilantly washing your hands with soap and water and maintain a reasonable distance from others as suggested by the CDC. Please remain home if you or your children have symptoms associated with the COVID-19 virus and seek medical advice via phone should you have questions. These plans are developing rapidly and we will keep you informed. Thank you. Larry Malone, Superintendent https://www.maine.gov/doe/covid-19
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Kevin Perkins
Internet Access Opportunity: Please see the news story linked below from News 13 about access to free wifi through Spectrum for families with school-age children. We will pass updates as we receive them. http://bit.ly/news13spectrum
7 months ago, Kevin Perkins
RSU #57 Central Office
Ski Bus trip to Gunstock cancelled for 3/13/2020
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
RSU #57
Please check the News section of the website for a link to a survey to help us prepare for a possible closing due to a COVID-19 pandemic.
7 months ago, RSU #57
RSU #57 Central Office
RSU 57 Update 03.12.2020 March 12, 2020 Dear RSU57 Community, I am writing to provide an update on our planning and preparations around Coronavirus. As noted through prior communications, we are working closely with public health professionals through the Maine CDC and Maine DOE to guide and advise our work. Both have been tremendously helpful and are providing updates and support on a daily basis as needed. We have also met with York County Emergency Management Agency, to ensure that we are coordinating closely with the County in order to be prepared. The best way to receive alerts and information is to download Regional School Unit 57’s app. With the app, you can access sports, news, updates, emergency notifications, and other school-related information. Download the app on Android: http://bit.ly/3278HxW or iPhone: https://apple.co/2NqwkOu. As I write this, on Thursday afternoon, we have been made aware of one known Coronavirus case in Maine, but public health officials note that it is a matter of time before additional cases are reported. We will continue to monitor closely and communicate as we have more information. At the same time, we believe it is important to make plans for continuity of operations and most importantly, to take steps to ensure that students continue to learn. Over the past week, we have begun to gather ideas and resources to support this effort. In working closely with teachers, staff, and administration we are developing Continuous Learning Plans. While we cannot truly replace school, we can offer support to students and families to keep learning going. More information to follow on this, but here a few highlights in the event of closure: For K-5, we are developing home packets by grade level that will provide parents with student logins to online resources. We will be focusing on continued learning through teacher provided materials, the use of SeeSaw and/or Google Classroom, and email communication for sharing and communicating with families, which are already used by many teachers. The devices currently used in classrooms will be distributed to students. For 6-12, we will be using Google Classroom for sharing instruction and will continue to use staff and student email. Students have had a good deal of practice using technology for learning and independently accessing online resources. Each student has an assigned device that would go home. We have asked that all teachers make sure that their learning plans are up to date and readily available. We will work with teachers to ensure that everyone has access to resources for sharing learning activities with students. Again, indications from public health officials are that school closures may be expected. We are working to be well prepared for the event of a school closure. If there are closures for any extended period we will work together, as we always do, to support our students and families. As a district we will also work to support our faculty and staff. We are working thoughtfully to support our community in uncertain times. We will offer clear guidelines as to how we will approach handling closures for different groups of staff, but please hear clearly that our aim is to support continuous learning for our students and our schools as well as to protect the health and welfare of our community. Superintendent Larry Malone
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
RSU #57 Central Office
Please visit this site often as updates will be posted on an on-going basis as needed. We will make every attempt to reschedule events whenever possible. CANCELLATIONS Fri. March 13, 2020 Little League Softball Clinic Youth Wrestling Club Practices MMS Volleyball Game vs. York Waterboro Rec Hoops Alfred Parks & Rec Waterboro PTO Dance Waterboro Girl Scouts Movie/Meeting Sat. March 14, 2020 MHS Winter Ball United Soccer Club Soccer Clinics Little League Baseball Evaluations Alfred PTSA March Madness Alfred Parks & Rec Basketball Little League Baseball Evaluations Sun. March 15, 2020 MAYFC Winter Football Clinics Mon. March 16, 2020 Armored Light Bible Study Youth Wrestling Club Practices MHS Booster Club Meeting Cub Scout Pack 306 Meeting Waterboro Rec Hoops Alfred Parks & Rec Lyman Parks & Rec Basketball Clinic Tues. March 17, 2020 MIOSM Choral Concert MAYFC Workout Sessions Waterboro Rec Hoops Alfred Parks & Rec 57 Stallions Youth Basketball Skills Clinic So. Me. Gearbots Shapleigh Good News Club Lyman Parks & Rec Adult Volleyball Weds. March 18, 2020 MHS Academic Carnival Youth Wrestling Club Practices 57 Stallions Youth Basketball Practices Waterboro Rec Hoops Alfred Parks & Rec Waterboro Talent Show So. Me. Gearbots Shapleigh Good News Club Lyman Parks & Rec Basketball Clinic Thurs. March 19, 2020 MIOSM Band Performance Youth Wrestling Club Practices MAYFC Workout Sessions Waterboro Rec Hoops 57 Stallions Youth Basketball Skills Clinic Fri. March 20, 2020 Youth Wrestling Club Practices Waterboro Rec Hoops MAYFC Cheer Camp Meeting Sat. March 21, 2020 United Soccer Club Soccer Clinics Alfred Parks & Rec
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
RSU #57 Central Office
March 12, 2020 Dear RSU #57 Community, We have received recent recommendations from Governor Mills and the CDC and are limiting large gatherings effective immediately. At this time, we are postponing all non-essential indoor gatherings with anticipated attendance of 250 or more people (for example: MHS Winter Ball, Line Pre-K & K Concert, MHS Academic Carnival). Specifics will be listed and updated routinely on our website and the RSU #57 app as events are identified. In addition, we are cancelling all outside use of our buildings until further notice (for example: Girl Scouts, recreation departments). Again, specifics will be listed and updated routinely on our website and the RSU #57 app as events are identified. These measures will enable our custodial staff the opportunity to continue thorough cleaning procedures. Please be patient with us as we work through these ever-changing situations and know that we will share new information as necessary. For further information, please visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/index.html for the most current information on COVID-19. Thank you. Larry Malone, Superintendent
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
RSU #57 Central Office
RSU #57 has been carefully monitoring the status of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19). Although at this time there are no confirmed cases in the State of Maine, the Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Maine Department of Education (MDOE) have encouraged all schools to review emergency plans and communicate universal precautions to our communities. We have been following universal precautions and monitoring influenza and other illnesses for the past several weeks. Custodial staff at all RSU #57 schools are taking additional steps to disinfect all frequently touched areas (desktops, doorknobs, water fountains) on a daily basis. It is also very important to recognize that we see Influenza and other respiratory illnesses at this time every year. The CDC continues to encourage individuals to receive the flu shot. In addition, the following CDC recommendations are essential in reducing the spread of germs: · Stay home when you are sick. If possible, stay home from work, school, and errands when you are sick. You will help prevent others from catching your illness. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. · Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth. Germs spread this way. · Cover coughs and sneezes. Use a tissue to cover coughs and sneezes, then dispose of the tissue. When a tissue is not available, cough or sneeze into your elbow. · Clean and disinfect surfaces and objects. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces at home, work or school, especially when someone is ill. · Wash hands for 20 seconds. Washing hands often under clean, running water can help prevent the spread of germs. If you cannot wash your hands, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60-95% alcohol until soap and water is available. We have students and staff who have traveled out of state and out of the country recently. We have asked those individuals to self-monitor and follow CDC guidelines if symptoms develop. Going forward, if conditions change the district will act accordingly. I will continue to provide you updated information as it becomes available. More detailed information regarding the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) can be found at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website at: www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html . Stay well, Larry Malone
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Kelly Grantham
The 2020 KidWind Challenge is underway with our 8th grade! www.kidwind.org
7 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
Excited to share our work and host an SMP Learning Walk! #gomustangs
7 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57 Central Office
This is a reminder that tomorrow, March 11th, is an early release day in RSU#57. MHS and MMS will be dismissed at 11:45am. All elementary schools will be dismissed at 1pm.
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
RSU #57 Central Office
This is a reminder that Wednesday, March 11th, is an early release day. MHS and MMS will be dismissed at 11:45am and elementary schools will be dismissed at 1:00pm.
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Jim Hand
Dual enrollment meeting on March 23rd during Mustang Time. #gomustangs
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Congratulations Jimmy, Marissa, & Trevor for being honored by the SMAA! #gomustangs
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
More pictures from senior night of our Unified Team. #gomustangs
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
More pictures from senior night of our Unified Team. #gomustangs
7 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57 Central Office
This is a reminder that Wednesday, March 11th, is an early release day. MHS and MMS will be dismissed at 11:45am and elementary schools will be dismissed at 1:00pm.
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
RSU #57 Central Office
This is a reminder that Wednesday, March 11th, is an early release day. MHS and MMS will be dismissed at 11:45am and elementary schools will be dismissed at 1:00pm.
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Jim Hand
Senior night for our Unified Team! #gomustangs
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Kelly Grantham
Happy music Monday! Here are MMS students Mia, Ian, Cameron, Devenny, Kilee, Evelynn, and Samantha at the District 1 6th grade Honors Festival this weekend. Well done! A big thank you to Mr. Goad for making it happen!
7 months ago, Kelly Grantham
RSU #57 Central Office
Kindergarten registration for fall 2020 is now underway! Registration can be completed online and includes a meeting with our District Registrar. If you have a student that already attends one of the district PreK programs there is no need to register them as they are already in the system. Thank you
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary Pre-K students have had a great week! They used the Osmos to work on letters and shapes. They also created a beautiful mural. The mural that the children painted was inspired by the story The Lion and the Little Red Bird.
7 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Kelly Grantham
Congratulations to Lydia Suhy, the first MMS student to finish the Cyber Robotics Coding Competition. As Mrs. Thorne says, “May the CODE be with you!”
7 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Barbara Gauvin
Massabesic Center for Adult Learning was chosen to have a student honored at the Legislative Breakfast yesterday at The Senator Inn in Augusta. Kelsie Fitch graduated in June of 2019. She prepared a video to tell the story of her journey to earn her high school credential. The photos show Kelsie, teachers Laura Masters and Wanda Kezar, Steve Mazda, Rep. Dwayne Prescott and Mary Herman. Way to go, Kelsie. We are so proud of you!
7 months ago, Barbara Gauvin
Vanessa Richardson
13th Annual Massabesic Chili Challenge!
7 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
Jim Hand
Students at MHS are completing forensics analysis on the skid marks left by deputy's car. The goal is to try and figure out how fast he was going before he applied the brakes. #gomustangs
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Congratulations to Jen Blair for being selected as the Hootie Award winner for the month of March! #gomustangs
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Catherine Poulin
Attention Alfred Elementary families! We are at 15,585 minutes and counting for our school wide Read-a-Thon! We have 5,415 to go to reach our goal and celebration! I must say I’ve heard many “creative” ideas this week and look forward to witnessing our students reach their goal!! Please pass on the good news and encouragement...we are so proud of them. Thank you for your support!
7 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Angela Madigan
Teachers in RSU 57’s Extended Support Program, housed at WES, showed their spirit for Dr. Seuss Week!
7 months ago, Angela Madigan
Jim Hand
Thank you Bella for speaking to the staff about your experience at the Maine Youth Leadership. @mylseminar #gomustangs
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
NJROTC Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, March 13th from 5-7 p.m.
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Melissa Roberts
Thank you to Hilltop Boilers and Mrs Bryant for talking to the Kindergarteners at LINE Elementary School today about making maple syrup! This is the design process in action!
7 months ago, Melissa Roberts
Mrs. Jeannette
PreK at Shapleigh School learned a little about green screens in the Makerspace today. Then, they used that new knowledge to design some Dr. Seuss green screen images to celebrate Read Across America Week! PreK looked up to the grade 3 kiddos who did this earlier this week!
7 months ago, Mrs. Jeannette
Catherine Poulin
Today at Alfred students in 5th grade were part of a Zoom with the National Park Service in St Louis Missouri. Students learned about Ulysses Grant as a man, a president, and slaveholder. Students looked at various historical documents to determine what happened to William Jones, Ulysses S. Grant's one and only slave once he was emancipated. A ranger from the National Park Service helped students to examine the documents and learn more about William Jones and his life as an emancipated citizen. This was an interactive presentation that allowed students to ask questions and to interact with students from other schools across America!
7 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
So proud of you Bryce Anderson Champagnie for completing basic training. Thank you for your service! #gomustangs
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Kelly Grantham
MMS boys build SeaPerch ROVs with Portsmouth engineers Nathan and Martha, plus 8-year veteran and former student, Samantha. Girls begin this Wednesday!
7 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Cindy Pellerin
Last week Lyman Elementary's first grade classrooms did a Mammal Poster Museum walk for their informational text unit. They did an amazing job researching and presenting their mammals. One of our creative students Loretta even wrote and performed a song! https://youtu.be/lxovpajWqcU
7 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Cindy Pellerin
Congratulations Keria Bailey 5th grader from Lyman Elementary qualified to compete in the Maine State Geo Bee on March 27 at the University of Maine in Farmington. We are so proud of you.
7 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Catherine Poulin
Congrats to Ben Stevens from Alfred Elementary for qualifying to compete in the Maine State GeoBee on March 27th! Ben will travel to the University of Maine at Farmington. Good luck Ben!
7 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
To apply to SRTC next year please visit: https://www.sanford.org/o/sanford-regional-technical-center and click on the “Admissions” link. This will show you the admissions process and include a link to the application!
7 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57 Central Office
RSU 57 recognizes that the recent outbreak of the respiratory illness known as Coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused concern for all. We continue to receive guidance regularly from local and state health departments, the York County Emergency Management Agency and the Maine Department of Education to aid in the efforts of preventing further transmission of COVID-19. We are pleased to report that there are currently no cases of COVID-19 in the state of Maine. For further information, please visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/index.html for the most current information on COVID-19. It is also very important to recognize that we see Influenza and other respiratory illnesses this time of year. The CDC continues to encourage individuals to receive the flu shot. In addition, the following CDC recommendations are essential in reducing the spread of germs... • Stay home when you are sick. If possible, stay home from work, school, and errands when you are sick. You will help prevent others from catching your illness. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth. Germs spread this way. • Cover coughs and sneezes. Use a tissue to cover coughs and sneezes, then dispose of the tissue. When a tissue is not available, cough or sneeze into your elbow. • Clean and disinfect surfaces or objects. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces at home, work or school, especially when someone is ill. • Wash hands for 20 seconds. Washing hands often under clean, running water can help prevent the spread of germs. If you cannot wash your hands, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60-95% alcohol until soap and water is available. Please be aware that the custodial staff at all RSU 57 schools are taking additional steps to disinfect all commonly touched areas of the schools such as desktops, doorknobs and water fountains. This is being done on a daily basis. Thank you in advance for following the recommendations above. Please review with your family how best to prevent the spread of germs. Be Well, Larry Malone, Superintendent
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Catherine Poulin
It’s Color Wars Spirt Day at Alfred Elementary!
7 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Kelly Grantham
Congratulations to our 7th grade teams on today’s amazing NASA redesign presentations! Our students showcased their STEM skills and innovative ideas to hundreds of visitors. A special thanks to our teachers, Ms. Dodge, Ms. St. Amand, Mrs. Turner, and Mrs. Thorne, for their leadership! #STEM
7 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
We are excited to start a Big Brother/Big Sister program with MHS and Waterboro Elementary School! Our bigs brothers and sister go each week to the elementary school to spend time with their littles. Go Mustangs!!
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
So proud of you Breezy! #gomustangs
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Save the date, March 18, 2020. We look forward to meeting incoming 9th grade students and parents!
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Delia Harms has been selected to perform with five other musicians in the finalist’s recital for the Maine High School Concerto Competition sponsored by the Bangor Symphony Orchestra. The top winner will get to perform their selected solo in a public performance with the BSO while the top three finishers will all receive a scholarship. This is a tremendous honor, placing Delia as one of the very best musicians in the State of Maine. Delia performs bassoon in the MHS Band, the Portland Youth Wind Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra, was 1st Chair for District Honor Band and is 2nd chair in The All-State Ensembles (and is only a Sophomore!). Delia studies privately with Wren Saunders.
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
MHS Baseball has gear you can buy if interested: https://massabesicbb2020.itemorder.com/sale
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
We are excited to welcome MSgt. Thom Bricke as our new NJROTC instructor. #gomustangs
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Join us! It's Bingo Night on February 27th at MHS starting at 6:30.
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Angela Madigan
Parents, please see the attached flyer about our Dr. Seuss Family Fun Night, next Tuesday, March 3rd and our wacky spirit week taking place all next week. Let's celebrate Dr. Seuss!
7 months ago, Angela Madigan
RSU 57
Online Kindergarten Registration for the 2020-2021 school year is now working.
7 months ago, RSU 57
RSU 57
Online Kindergarten Registration for the 2020-2021 school year, that was scheduled to begin today, will be delayed. We are experiencing technical issues that we hope to resolve soon.
7 months ago, RSU 57
Jim Hand
To apply to SRTC next year please visit: https://www.sanford.org/o/sanford-regional-technical-center and click on the “Admissions” link. This will show you the admissions process and include a link to the application!
7 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57 Central Office
Kindergarten registration for fall 2020 opens on Monday, February 24, 2020. Registration can be completed online and includes a meeting with our District Registrar. If you have a student that already attends one of the district PreK programs there is no need to register them as they are already in the system. Thank you
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Jim Hand
Save the date, March 18, 2020.
7 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary: Mrs Richards 4th grade class spent one month reading and taking notes on an informational text of his or her choice and then chose the project to complete. It was set up like a museum in Mrs. Richards classroom complete with tickets! Mrs.Townsend’s third grade class took a tour of posters and photo albums and souvenir projects.
7 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
RSU #57 Central Office
Kindergarten registration for fall 2020 opens on Monday, February 24, 2020. Registration can be completed online and includes a meeting with our District Registrar. If you have a student that already attends one of the district PreK programs there is no need to register them as they are already in the system. Thank you
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary: The students in Mrs.Richards fourth grade class worked on the Science unit called No Bones About It. Students after reading a story and hearing about knee braces, were to construct one of their own braces. The braces were implemented on a model and revised for improvements.
7 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
RSU #57 Central Office
ATTENTION!!!! SUBSTITUTE JOB OPPORTUNITIES! RSU#57 Substitute Teacher Interviews/ Orientation will be held on Tuesday, February 25th 9:00-10:00AM at our Central Office. For more information or to RSVP, call Jen at 247-3221 ext. 2201.
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Brendan Scully
REVTRAK Spring Sports registrations are open. All students playing a spring sport are required to register and complete IMPACT testing before they will be allowed to practice. Softball and Baseball practices begin 3-23. All other sports programs begin Monday 3-30!
7 months ago, Brendan Scully
Brendan Scully
SPRING SPORTS INFORMATION NIGHT! MHS Spring Sports Information Night is Monday February 24th at 6pm. MHS Spring Athletes / Parent / Guardians expected to attend. All players and parents will meet coaches, review policy and discuss the season. Attendance is expected.
7 months ago, Brendan Scully
Cindy Pellerin
In honor of Lyman Elementary's Great Kindness Challenge taking place this week, Miss Driscoll's kindergarten class dedicated their Writer's Workshop to writing pieces about kindness. The kindergarteners brainstormed what it means to be kind and worked together to use their brave spelling skills to create sentence stems to support them in writing. The kindergarteners were so proud of their artifacts which will hang in the hallway to remind us all to choose kind because kindness matters!
7 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Kelly Grantham
MMS celebrated our 100th day and the conclusion of our annual York County Shelter Programs food drive this morning. A huge thank you to Mrs. Miller and the MMS Student Council for organizing the event and to the MHS Leadership Academy members who helped us celebrate. Because of the generous support of our parents, staff, and community, we raised almost 4,000 items for YCSP! We appreciate how you continually show your support for our school and our community. Thank you!
7 months ago, Kelly Grantham
RSU #57 Central Office
Kindergarten registration for fall 2020 opens on Monday, February 24, 2020. Registration can be completed online and includes a meeting with our District Registrar. If you have a student that already attends one of the district PreK programs there is no need to register them as they are already in the system. Thank you
7 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Angela Scully
Tomorrow is the MMS 100th day of school celebration! Our annual food drive to benefit the York County Shelter program is in full swing and we will continue to accept donations throughout the school day tomorrow. We would like to thank the RSU 57 community for their continued support and the MMS Student Council for organizing this fun event!
7 months ago, Angela Scully
Larry Malone
Good morning, This is a message from RSU 57 Central Office. There will be no school in RSU 57 today.
7 months ago, Larry Malone
Vanessa Richardson
We are so proud to be able to serve local fruits and vegetables to our students! Especially when they are grown from farmers that attended our schools! 🥕🍎🌽❤️ Girard Farm, Gile's Family Farm, Harris Farm https://youtu.be/v4h2OPu9eQA
8 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
Brendan Scully
Tomorrow's Regional Quarter Final Girls Basketball game versus Sanford is on as scheduled. If school is closed due to the impending snowfall we will still play the game if the storm has ended and roads are clear. Stay tuned for updates, but for now it is Game On!
8 months ago, Brendan Scully
Jim Hand
Congratulations to Hollis Stanley for completing Basic Training! Thank you for your service. #gomustangs🐴
8 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
To apply to SRTC next year please visit: https://www.sanford.org/o/sanford-regional-technical-center and click on the “Admissions” link. This will show you the admissions process and include a link to the application!
8 months ago, Jim Hand
Kelly Grantham
Please join us in celebrating the hard work of our 7th graders. Students will showcase their newly designed innovations based on NASA technologies developed in a tri-team collaboration project on Thursday, February 27th in the MMS Gym from 11:45-1:15. We look forward to seeing you there!
8 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
Our SUCCESS students wanted to share what this program is all about! https://youtu.be/YKooKalkJaw #gomustangs
8 months ago, Jim Hand
Angela Madigan
Waterboro Elementary PTO has rescheduled the Daughter Dance to Friday, March 6, 2020. Please see the updated flyer (attached), which includes a new link to sign up for volunteering. Stay safe if you must travel today!
8 months ago, Angela Madigan
Nora Lantagne
Three amazing MHS students are featured in this short video made by Maine AgriAbility! https://youtu.be/af1gs4DBFnw So proud of these young people for representing Mustang Nation in such a positive way!
8 months ago, Nora Lantagne
Jim Hand
The Massabesic High School Unified Basketball Team will host Biddeford in it's home opener on Monday February 10th at the MHS gym at 3:30pm. Please come out and support the Unified Athletes and their partners! #gomustangs
8 months ago, Jim Hand
Brendan Scully
Due to inclement weather the RSU 57 building are closed today. There are no practices, games or events today, home or away. Stay safe and have a great weekend!
8 months ago, Brendan Scully
Larry Malone
Good morning, This is a message from RSU 57 Central Office. The RSU 57 district is closed today.
8 months ago, Larry Malone
Brendan Scully
BOOM Ice Hockey scheduled for tonight vs Scarborough has been postponed to Monday. 8pm USM. There are no practices or events tonight at MHS or MMS due to the weather and school cancellation.
8 months ago, Brendan Scully
Kelly Grantham
Happy snow day! Tonight’s MMS Wrestling meeting has been rescheduled for Monday, 2/10, at 5:30pm at the MHS East Gym. Contact Coach Labbe with any questions (lucasmlabbe@rsu57.org) The final middle school Ski Bus trip to Shawnee Peak is tomorrow. In the event of a cancellation, it will be rescheduled to 2/14.
8 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
Congratulations to Mrs. Herrick for receiving the Hootie Award! Thank you Mrs. Herrick for your dedication to your students and their overall success. #gomustangs
8 months ago, Jim Hand
Larry Malone
Good Morning, This is a message from RSU 57 Central Office. There will be no school in RSU 57 today.
8 months ago, Larry Malone
Catherine Poulin
"The Great Kindness Challenge" is coming to Alfred Elementary beginning on Monday, 2/10! Please read below to see how you can participate...
8 months ago, Catherine Poulin
RSU #57 Central Office
This is a reminder that tomorrow, Wednesday, February 5th, is an early release day. MHS and MMS will be dismissed at 11:45am and elementary schools will be dismissed at 1:00pm. Thank you!
8 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Brendan Scully
The Massabesic Boys and Girls basketball games scheduled for Thursday at Gorham have been moved to tomorrow due to the impending inclement weather! Jv Girls 4pm, Varsity Girls 5:30pm, Varsity Boys 7pm
8 months ago, Brendan Scully
Mrs. Jeannette
Line school showed their school spirit in a themed dress like a pirate day, which was chosen by grade 2! They showed off their hand made maps complete with map keys, scales, and compass! At school assembly, classrooms were also recognized for their Box Tops fundraising efforts.
8 months ago, Mrs. Jeannette
Kelly Grantham
A dozen MMS band and chorus students participated in the York County Honors Music Festival over the weekend. Congratulations to all and a huge thank you to Mr. Goad and Mrs. Diman for spearheading this opportunity!
8 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
Last week the Game Wardens visited the Natural History of Maine Class and Theresa Gaetjens did a presentation of Mitochondrial diseases to the Life Science class in honor of her late daughter, Michaela. #gomustangs
8 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57 Central Office
This is a reminder that Wednesday, February 5th, is an early release day. MHS and MMS will be dismissed at 11:45am and elementary schools will be dismissed at 1:00pm. Thank you!
8 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Angela Madigan
Waterboro Elementary celebrated the end of the WinterKids Winter Games with a Winter Carnival this afternoon. Students, staff, and volunteers participated in scavenger hunts, fort building, saucer relays, hockey, and more! #wesgoesforgold #winterkidswintergames
8 months ago, Angela Madigan
Mrs. Jeannette
Line and Shapleigh schools came together yesterday with support from families and community for the GEOBEE! CONGRATULATIONS to our champion, Nate Howe, and our runner up, Mary Lou Hager! We're so proud of you and all who bravely participated!
8 months ago, Mrs. Jeannette
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Lunch with the Principal for the month of January. Congratulations to the students selected based on their outstanding behavior at lunch time. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!
8 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Angela Madigan
Congratulations to the Geography Bee winners at Waterboro Elementary School! Alex (right) won first place and Henry (left) was runner up. Well done!
8 months ago, Angela Madigan
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary would like to congratulate all th 4th and 5th grade students that participated in the Geo Bee today! A special congratulation goes to Keira Bailey who placed first and Eliza Horgan who placed 2nd.
8 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Catherine Poulin
Elijah and Gregory from Alfred & Lyman attended a field trip to the Animal Welfare Society! Students received a tour of the facility, learned how to approach & handle animals, and even played with cats & a dog! They had a unique opportunity to hold two baby Snowy Coturnix Quails!
8 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
Great energy at the Math Meet tonight! #gomustangs
8 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Just sharing a video of MHS's own Brass Quintet! These students formed this group on their own and give up lunch to work every day. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bU675YczXw&feature=youtu.be
8 months ago, Jim Hand
Mrs. Jeannette
Line School kindergarteners hosted a learning celebration for their families and community members today. They showcased hands-on, integrated projects with all students sharing dioramas, 3D printed owls or wolves, planning documents, books, art and more!
8 months ago, Mrs. Jeannette
Catherine Poulin
"Girls on the Run" is coming to Alfred Elementary! This physical activity-based positive youth development program is open to all girls in grades 3-5! Please reach out if you are interested!
8 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Kelly Grantham
Congratulations to Jacob LeBrun, our 2-time MMS GeoBee school champion! We are proud of you and of all of yesterday’s participants. Jacob completed the National Geographic GeoBee online qualifying test and will be scored and ranked along with all others in the state. Best of luck in your next rounds, Jacob!
8 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Catherine Poulin
Congratulations to our Alfred Elementary GeoBee winner, Ben Stevens, and runner up Nettie McCrum! Congrats also to all of our student contestants...we are proud of you!
8 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Brendan Scully
MHS will be hosting the Class A Wrestling Regionals on February 8th. Wrestling begins at 9:30am. This is an MPA Sanctioned event. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors.
8 months ago, Brendan Scully
Catherine Poulin
Alfred Elementary is happy to announce our next Spirit Day: Color Wars 2020!
8 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Kelly Grantham
Congratulations to Kendall Tinelli, Bryce Holleran, and Judd Rand who are respectively ranked #2, #6, and #1 in the state in the Maine Stock Market Game!
8 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
MHS Special Olympians are off to win some medals! #gomustangs
8 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Thank you to all who came out for our Jump into January event. What a great day!
8 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
On Friday, the Captains (missing Jakob Saucier) took the box of goodies that the Massabesic Community donated for the Kennebunk Animal Shelter. Thank you for anyone that helped to contribute.
8 months ago, Jim Hand
Catherine Poulin
Snow shoe adventures for Alfred Elementary PreK today!
8 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
Izzy Laine made Mrs. Martin-Moore’s day with this beautiful painting! #gomustangs
8 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Great painting Alyssa P! We look forward to seeing more of your work in the future. #gomustangs
8 months ago, Jim Hand
Angela Scully
Students in Mr. Grantham’s Social Studies class analyzing primary source cartoons during their study of War of 1812. Critical thinking at its best!
8 months ago, Angela Scully
Angela Madigan
Students at Waterboro Elementary are participating in Weather at Your School airing throughout the morning! Check it out! WMTW-Channel 8
8 months ago, Angela Madigan
RSU #57 Central Office
Pre K registration is now open. Kindergarten registration begins Feb 24th. Please follow this link to the Pre K lottery form. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ne_HRLDW_C0Ax7BgqKY7ciZ1gS0oG-EJ71ZrqTTc_ZU
8 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Parents: If you are looking for a great way for your child to burn some energy you are in luck! Our annual Jump into January bounce house event is this Saturday from 12-3pm. All children must be supervised by an adult.
8 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
Attention sophomores: Please see the attached flyer in order to register for the Sanford Regional Technical Center field trip on February 11th.
8 months ago, Jim Hand
Angela Madigan
LearningWorks at Waterboro Elementary School is now offering VACATION CAMPS! These camps are open to ALL CHILDREN grades 2-5. Contact Aimee Moody at amoody@learningworks.me or (207)210-5524. Camp will be located at WES!
8 months ago, Angela Madigan
Brendan Scully
Tonight’s BOOM vs Scarborough Boys Ice Hockey game has been postponed.
8 months ago, Brendan Scully
RSU #57 Central Office
RSU #57 PreK Lottery Registration is now open. Forms must be completed and submitted by February 28, 2020.
8 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Catherine Poulin
It is Vocabulary Hat Day today at Alfred Elementary! We are seeing many wonderful and creative ideas!
8 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Angela Madigan
Students and staff at Waterboro Elementary are participating in a morning march and assembly on diversity to honor and learn more about civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
8 months ago, Angela Madigan
Brendan Scully
Today's RSU 57 Athletics and Activities including all games and practices are cancelled.    Tonight's Boys and Girls Varsity basketball games vs South Portland will be held tomorrow.   5:30pm Girls / 7pm Boys.  The JV Girls game is cancelled. JV / First Team Boys Friday is moved to Saturday.   10am FT / 11:30 JV.
8 months ago, Brendan Scully
RSU #57 Central Office
As many of you may have heard on the news, Influenza is widespread in the state of Maine. We have had Influenza B confirmed within our schools and we are confident that we continue to see symptoms of Influenza in our health offices this week. Influenza is a contagious respiratory virus that can range from mild to severe cases, including death in some cases. Because Influenza is a virus, there isn’t a medication to treat it. In some cases an antiviral medication can be prescribed to lessen the length of the illness, but this window of opportunity is small. We need your help in decreasing the spread of Influenza in our community. Please see attached documents.
8 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Larry Malone
Good morning. This is a message from RSU 57 Central Office. There will be no school in RSU 57 today.
8 months ago, Larry Malone
Jim Hand
Mr. Estes' and Mr. Wilson's classes are completing their Festival of Fright Project.
8 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57 Central Office
This is a reminder that tomorrow, Wednesday, January 15th, is an early release day. MHS and MMS will be dismissed at 11:45am and elementary schools will be dismissed at 1:00pm. Thank you!
8 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
RSU #57 Professional Growth
Waterboro Elementary School is hosting a Learning Walk today in partnership with Southern Maine Partnership through USM. Collaborative conversations to push professional thinking. Thank you WES for hosting!
8 months ago, RSU #57 Professional Growth
Brendan Scully
Tonight’s MHS Athletics Booster meeting is cancelled.
9 months ago, Brendan Scully
Barbara Gauvin
Need Math help to pass the Praxis? Massabesic Center for Adult Learning is offering a 4-week class on test-taking strategies and a concentrated review of math content required to pass the Praxis math exam. Get to know the format as well as analyze your content strengths and needs. Individual attention to applying learning style techniques will be given so you can test with success. Join Wanda Kezar on four Thursdays from February 13 to March 19 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. FMI call MCAL at 247-2022.
9 months ago, Barbara Gauvin
Mrs. Jeannette
Grade 5 at Shapleigh used Beebots to "travel" to specific geographical locations, then created their own globes using paper mache with their teacher, Mrs. Kearns! Several of her students will participate in the district's GeoBee-- awesome!
9 months ago, Mrs. Jeannette
Jim Hand
Congratulations to Ms. Guilfoyle and the MHS Choir for a great performance last night! #gomustangs
9 months ago, Jim Hand
Angela Scully
Congratulations to Zachary, Skylar, Alexis, Kendal, Caden, Kendall, Abby, Max, Hannah, Jaxson, Forest, Michael, Ethan, Julius and Zoye who recently won the Survival Sagas: Mission Contamination short story contest and will be featured in the upcoming Young Writers publication.
9 months ago, Angela Scully
Jim Hand
Here is the MHS Unified Basketball schedule. Our first game is on February 10th. #gomustangs
9 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
So proud of Kwinton & Tyler for presenting to the staff what the Success Program is all about! #gomustangs
9 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Students are dissecting sharks in biology. 🦈 #gomustangs
9 months ago, Jim Hand
Melissa Roberts
9 months ago, Melissa Roberts
Cindy Pellerin
Here is the link to the pre-k lottery form! Please get this submitted to your town school by Feb 28th https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ne_HRLDW_C0Ax7BgqKY7ciZ1gS0oG-EJ71ZrqTTc_ZU/edit
9 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Melissa Roberts
Pre K registration is now open! Please follow the link to all needed paperwork. We are excited to meet our district’s youngest learners. Paperwork will be accepted through February 28, 2020!
9 months ago, Melissa Roberts
Mrs. Jeannette
Pre-K enjoys the beauty of Maine winter while taking a snowshoeing trip around Shapleigh Memorial School. (1/7/2020) We're learning healthy habits!!
9 months ago, Mrs. Jeannette
Angela Madigan
The WinterKids Winter Games Press Conference held at WES was a HUGE success! Thank you to all our community support! Watch WMTW News Channel 8 at 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00 tonight to see the Winter Games Kickoff at WES!
9 months ago, Angela Madigan
Jim Hand
Students and parents, please check out the new exciting opportunities through our ELO program! If you know of local businesses that are looking to partner with us, please contact Mrs. Ellis. #gomustangs
9 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
After being down 35-26 at the half to Scarborough, the girls win 51-42! #gomustangs
9 months ago, Jim Hand
Angela Madigan
Friday, students at WES attended an assembly to introduce WinterKids Winter Games and practice before the big WMTW Press Conference on Monday, January 6th! We are thrilled to be kicking off the Winter Games for the State of Maine!
9 months ago, Angela Madigan
Kelly Grantham
The first MMS Ski Bus trip to Shawnee Peak is tomorrow, skiers and riders! Drop off your gear at the Event Entrance’s exterior locker room doors between 7- 7:30am. Have fun and ski and ride safely!
9 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
ELO Opportunities #gomustangs
9 months ago, Jim Hand
Larry Malone
RSU 57 has been informed that the Maine Attorney General’s Office has released the identity of the individual killed in the officer involved shooting in Limerick on Friday, December 27th, as a 16-year-old student at Massabesic High School. Our hearts and condolences go out to all those touched by this tragic incident. Massabesic Schools will have counselors and staff available at school on January 2nd, when students return from the holiday recess.
9 months ago, Larry Malone
Brendan Scully
‪All practices at MHS Monday are cancelled. ‬
9 months ago, Brendan Scully
RSU 57
RSU #57 Review of the Budget Process For the 2020-2021 Budget The RSU #57 Budget Committee invites the public to a presentation of the budget process which is being presented to the RSU #57 School Board on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 at 7:00PM, at the Alfred Elementary School at 21 Sanford Road in Alfred, Maine. During this presentation there will be an explanation of the budget development process for the 2020- 2021 school budget.
9 months ago, RSU 57
Jim Hand
Making ornaments in Vocational Math class!
9 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary wants to wish everyone a happy and healthy holiday! We had our third Lunch with the principal today and the kids were amazing.
9 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
RSU #57 Central Office
RSU#57 would like to wish you all a safe and happy holiday break!
9 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Cindy Pellerin
Four 5th grade students at Lyman Elementary School, gave a readers theater performance of How The Grinch Stole Christmas, today December 20 to the entire kindergarten. They had worked on their performance for over a week. The kindergarten teachers were very grateful and proud of the students performance.
9 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
Thank you to our Student Council for the hot chocolate!
9 months ago, Jim Hand
Catherine Poulin
We had a “grinch” sighting at Alfred Elementary this morning!!
9 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
Trailing by 8 to Sanford with 6:22 to go. #gomustangs
9 months ago, Jim Hand
Barbara Gauvin
Watch for our new course beginning February 27: Preparation for the Math Praxis Test. Class will run for four weeks from 6:00 to 9:00 pm and include a review of the math content, practice materials and familiarity with the test format. If you need some test-taking strategies to pass the Praxis, this class is for you! More information in 2020.
9 months ago, Barbara Gauvin
Jim Hand
Congratulations Blake for being accepted into UNE’s Nursing Program! #gomustangs
9 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Y-CARE at Alfred and Lyman will close at 4pm today due to the weather please make arrangements to pick your child up before 4pm. Thank you
9 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Larry Malone
This message is from RSU 57 Central Office. Schools will release at the regular scheduled times today. There will be no after-school ​activities tonight. Please watch for re-scheduled event dates and times.
9 months ago, Larry Malone
Jim Hand
Congratulations to MHS Computer Science students for placing second in the Thomas Cup! #gomustangs
9 months ago, Jim Hand
Angela Scully
Students in Ms. Fournier's 6th grade class room participated in the Hour of Code on Friday. This introductory activity from code.org is a great way to learn the basics of computer science!
10 months ago, Angela Scully
Jim Hand
From the DOE: In light of today's release of the 2019 MIYHS data, here is a link to a vaping and e-cigarette use infographic created by the Maine DOE and the Maine CDC with resources and information for families, please share. maine.gov/doe/sites/main…
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary: After reading How To Trick Santa, students in Miss Sundik's 1st grade class completed a Maker Space/Stem Project. Given certain materials, students had 30 minutes to design and build a sleigh for Santa. They "Sleighed" it!!!!
10 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Angela Scully
Last night, the MMS Student Council honored our local veterans with a special dinner and presentation. Special thanks to Advisor Ruth Miller for organizing this event, as well as the many volunteers who helped along the way! #weappreciateourveterans. #gomustangs
10 months ago, Angela Scully
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary would like to thank all of those that participated in the parent holiday breakfasts this week. A huge thank you to our Kitchen Staff for all their work in putting on such a special breakfast for our families!
10 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Kevin Perkins
Please be certain to check ParentVUE for your child's Trimester 1 Report Card. Logon to ParentVUE and go to the Report Card tab in the left side menu.
10 months ago, Kevin Perkins
Jim Hand
It’s beautiful sweater day😃 #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Our Leadership Academy at work on their service learning project. #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Mr. Nadeau’s class are dissecting pigs and measuring the brain. #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Mr. Laciano and the MHS Band off to a great start for a winter concert! #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
US History students are engaged in a gallery walk. #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Students in our Physical and Chemical Science class are working on researching and presenting "daily" chemical reactions to their peers. We've already learned about combustion in small engines, the absorption material in diapers and the science behind slime! #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Barbara Gauvin
On Tuesday evening, December 10th, 25 participants made decorative Kissing Balls with Tom and Lorraine Lindstedt from Woodlot Management and Products.
10 months ago, Barbara Gauvin
Barbara Gauvin
Martha Chessie is sharing her basket making expertise. The Bread Basket with Fabric Lining was the featured basket last night.
10 months ago, Barbara Gauvin
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary: Todd Gutner, meteorologist, from Channel 6, visited Mrs. Richards 4th grade classroom on Tuesday. Todd talked about weather and how we can better understand the weather forcast. He shared information about the Northern Lights, the jet stream, and Maine’s amazing climate.The students were very courteous and asked amazing questions. He ended his time with the class having them do a video for Channel 6.These amazing kids were aired on the Wednesday morning broadcast.
10 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Catherine Poulin
Alfred Elementary second graders working collaboratively as engineers to design a package for the bean plant that they grew!
10 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Matt Kearns
WATERBORO / LAC - Buses 1373 & 1271 cannot travel Allview Ter the rest of the week due to road work. Please meet at 2nd entrance as done in the past.
10 months ago, Matt Kearns
Jim Hand
The MHS Student Council is doing a great job with the blood drive! #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57
Apologies: In an effort to be proactive, a message about report cards was created to go out Friday. Please disregard today's message. Report Cards will be out on Friday for elementary and middle school parents.
10 months ago, RSU #57
Jim Hand
Emma, Anna, and Julia were honored Sunday at the Maine field hockey associations all state banquet. This honor means that they are among the top 5% of field hockey players in the state of Maine, voted on by varsity coaches across the state. #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Vanessa Richardson
Kitchen Elves are ready for the Holiday Breakfast today at Waterboro Elementary School!
10 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
Angela Madigan
Look who is at the Waterboro Elementary School Holiday Fair! Stop by today 9-4 or tomorrow 11-3 for lots of treats, crafts, vendors, activities, and more!
10 months ago, Angela Madigan
Mrs. Jeannette
PreK learners at Line and Shapleigh have had a busy week! They explored drawing in Tinkercad to make their first 3D printed products (ornaments, but no spoilers because we want them to be parent surprises). Osmos were a huge hit too! Learning is so fun!!
10 months ago, Mrs. Jeannette
Jim Hand
So proud of our current members of NHS and our newly inducted members. Our families are proud too! Thank you for the great evening! #gomustangs #nhs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Members of the Leadership Academy have set up and decorated our Giving Trees! This is a service learning opportunity that the group sponsors at the high school as part of their course. #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57 Central Office
This is a reminder that Wednesday, December 4th is an early release day. Grades 6-12 will be dismissed at 11:45 and elementary students will be released at 1:00.
10 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Larry Malone
Good morning, This is a message from RSU 57 Central Office. There will be no school in RSU 57 today.
10 months ago, Larry Malone
Larry Malone
This is a message from RSU 57 Central Office. There will be no school in RSU 57 today.
10 months ago, Larry Malone
Kevin Perkins
RSU #57 is sending this message in preparation for winter weather announcements. For information on the Alert System or to change your contact information, please go tohttps://www.rsu57.org/o/rsu-57/page/apptegy-alert-system.
10 months ago, Kevin Perkins
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary Students wish you a Happy Thanksgiving and break! Enjoy these creative turkeys drawn by students in Mrs. Walsh's class.
10 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Cindy Pellerin
Our 2nd drawing for a fancy lunch with Mrs. Pellerin was a success. We started the positive behavior initiative at the 3-5 lunch as well and have already started to see some Improvements!!!! So proud of our students at Lyman Elementary.
10 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Kelly Grantham
MMS’s Team Carrabassett celebrated our upcoming holiday today with Thanksgiving-themed STEM activities—popcorn launchers, cranberry towers, and turkey transporters. What fun! Happy early Thanksgiving to all of our MMS families and friends!
10 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Mrs. Jeannette
Collaboration and imagination are alive and well in the Makerspaces at Line and Shapleigh Schools where students are creating green screen videos to link to their writing units!
10 months ago, Mrs. Jeannette
Jim Hand
Thank you Rep. Heidi Sampson for helping our students with learning how a bill becomes a law. #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Our choir sounds great! Looking forward to the concert. #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Making breakfast in our Work Experience Program. #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
The band is preparing for the upcoming concert! It will be a treat. #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57 Central Office
The Class of 2021 is launching our 2nd Annual Online Auction on Saturday, Nov. 30th at 12:05 am. Bidding will close on Saturday, Dec. 7th at 11:55 pm. Please review details around payment and pick-up on the auction home page. This is a great opportunity to get some holiday shopping done while supporting the Class of 2021. Thanks in advance for your support! Please find the auction link below: https://www.biddingowl.com/Auction/home.cfm?auctionID=16805&CFID=4361142&CFTOKEN=2e751c6a4f321068-5ED84CB0-ED54-C8D0-0739E0CE746E528B
10 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Cindy Pellerin
5th graders at Lyman Elementary received a visit from Mickey, a cat who was rescued and brought back to health by the Animal Welfare Society in Kennebunk. Brie Roche, the Youth Humane Educator, taught the students how the shelter helps animals and what we can do to support their efforts. On December 2nd, the fifth graders will begin collecting food and other items for the shelter. More information to come!
10 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
RSU 57
MMS Families!! Please sign up to volunteer at the MMS Scholastic Book Fair from December 2-6. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0545A4AF29A4F85-scholastic1
10 months ago, RSU 57
Angela Madigan
Waterboro Elementary School's Holiday Fair is coming up on December 7th (9-4) and 8th (11-3). Volunteers are needed for this fantastic event; please see the flyer to sign up! (High school students can earn volunteer hours, too!)
10 months ago, Angela Madigan
Cindy Pellerin
Mrs. Richard’s 4th grade class from Lyman had Dr. Goldman visit and talk about biomedical engineers, he explained how he uses what the engineers invent . He also showed us how the heart works and explained how engineers have designed many devices to help people over the years. Some devices have even helped a paraplegic person walk! This lesson with Dr. Goldman was to help enhance students understanding of our current science unit. The students will be designing and working on ways to improve their designs just as engineers have done.
10 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Cindy Pellerin
We had a great turnout on Thursday for Lyman Elementary’s literacy and numeracy family night. We had over 100 participants. A huge thank you to our Literacy and Numeracy Staff for putting on such a great night.
10 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
RSU #57 Central Office
UPDATE: Evacuation at MHS This morning during Block 1 a propane operated Bunsen burner caught fire in a Science Lab classroom at the West Building and required extinguishing by district staff. Students and staff were evacuated and then relocated to the East Building on campus. The Fire Department responded and evaluated the situation. There were no injuries or significant property damage. In addition, the district’s propane provider was asked to conduct a safety inspection. Due to the time required to complete the safety inspection the decision was made to dismiss students and close the campus until the inspection could be completed. Dismissal began at 10:30am for all high students and all other schools operated as scheduled. At 1:10pm the propane provider deemed the building safe for re-entry. Students who need to gather belongings at the West Building can do so today between 3-5pm. Please report to the main office so a staff member can assist. All evening events on campus will remain cancelled as previously communicated. Weekend activities will be held as scheduled. Thank you to all who assisted with this process as well as to the students for their cooperation and flexibility. Sincerely, Larry Malone, Superintendent
10 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Mrs. Jeannette
Fifth grade students at Line and Shapleigh persevere with Breakout Boxes based on content that connects to their Engineering is Elementary & science units!
10 months ago, Mrs. Jeannette
Jim Hand
Dear Parents & Students! The west building will be open from 3 - 5 p.m. this afternoon for you to come pick up your things. Please come in through the main front lobby so a staff member can assist you.
10 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57 Central Office
Update MHS Evacuation: due to the time required to complete safety inspection high school students will begin being dismissed at 10:30 as follows: Student drivers with vehicles; Parents may pickup students at Central Office; Bus riders will begin dismissal at 11. Those at offsite programs will be dismissed at normal times.
10 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
RSU #57 Central Office
Massabesic High School Evacuation During a period 1 science lab, a bunsen burner required extinguishing. All safety procedures were put in place including evacuation, fire department response, and security measures. We are currently awaiting final clearance and will resume classes upon approval of re-entry. An update will be provided.
10 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Catherine Poulin
This weekend the Alfred Elementary PTSA will host our annual holiday craft fair! We hope you can make it!!
10 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Catherine Poulin
PreK starting our day cooking something yummy in the kitchen!
10 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
Students in World History discussed their research on Enlightenment philosophers and the ideas on equality that led to the American and French Revolutions in a "mock cafe" today. #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Hats off to the Drama Cast for the tremendous rendition of “Little Women”!!!! #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Thank you @carafiller for speaking to our students through the Choices Matter Program. #gomustangs
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Alumnus Kyle Connolly ’08 earns rare U.S. Navy distinction https://usm.maine.edu/publicaffairs/alumnus-kyle-connolly-12-earns-rare-us-navy-distinction
10 months ago, Jim Hand
Angela Madigan
Congratulations to Waterboro Elementary School! WES was chosen to host the WinterKids press conference, kicking off the 2020 Winter Games! On January 6th, WMTW Meteorologist Sarah Long, 5210 Lets Go! representatives, & WinterKids staff will join the WES community for this event!
11 months ago, Angela Madigan
Jim Hand
NJROTC and Cdr. Donlon makes us proud once again at the annual inspection. #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Line Elementary School
Line Elementary would like to remind everyone to wear your hats, mittens, and coats on this very cold day. It is time to always be prepared for cold weather at recess. See you soon!
11 months ago, Line Elementary School
Jim Hand
Commander and ROTC once again made us proud in this tremendous tribute to our nation’s Veterans. Our praise and thanks also to Chamber Singers under Heather Guilfoyle’s instruction and the Band under Dan Laciano’s instruction ... wonderful job by all three of our programs!
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Sgt Richardson came in to Mrs. Richards class al Lyman Elementary to teach them about Veterans Day today!
11 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
Thank you Mrs. Sobanik for putting this 5210 display! #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Kelly Grantham
Just look at this amazing sight! Mr. Goad had an MMS full band rehearsal this morning—and they sounded even better than they look, if you can believe it. All 87 of them! #musicrocks
11 months ago, Kelly Grantham
RSU #57 Central Office
Shapleigh celebrated the community veterans today with their first Veterans Day celebration and breakfast. Thank you to all that have served.
11 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary wants to thank the Goodwin Mills Fire Department for giving one of our students the awesome experience of riding a fire truck to school!!!
11 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
AP Psychology just finished their Senses Debate where they had to defend why their sense was the most important. Each presentation had to describe their sense, how the sense travels to the brain, and an experiment to show the sense in action. The sense experiment captured in these pictures was the sense of touch where students with limited information had to guess what they were touching. Some pictures are better than others, but thought I would pass them along all the same! #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Some more Marine Biology pictures
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Marine Biology kiddos had a blast learning about the many career options in the field of Marine Science at the DMR in Boothbay Harbor. They measured, weighed and examined sea urchins, learned about whale entanglement/Right whale conservation, scallop and lobster research and regulations, observed the facilities wet lab, met with a Marine Patrol officer, discussed bio toxins and water quality surrounding the shellfish industry, and collected their own phytoplankton samples to bring back and share with the rest of the class! Overall, an extremely informative, engaging and wonderful field trip!
11 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57 Professional Growth
RSU 57 is excited to host regional staff from all around southern Maine with Maine DOE’s Joe Schmidt for a day of learning around Social Studies standards and best practices.
11 months ago, RSU #57 Professional Growth
Jim Hand
It’s college awareness month at MHS. #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Please help us reduce sugary drinks at school.
11 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Marisa Penney
Ms. Kearns' 5th grade class at Shapleigh created a food web model to help them understand the impact of oils spills and soil contamination on the environment.
11 months ago, Marisa Penney
Matt Kearns
WATERBORO BUS UPDATE: 1373 & 1271 will still not be able to travel Allview Ter. until further notice to reach the Beach Parking Lot due to power lines down. Please meet the buses at the 2nd entrance to Allview Ter coming from New Dam Rd just as we had to do on Friday afternoon.
11 months ago, Matt Kearns
Jim Hand
Massabesic Boys XC tied for 9th in the Maine Class A State Championship Meet today. Jakob Saucier was recognized as placing 21st overall. Well done Mustangs. #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary had a great first Lunch with the Principal for our K-2 students today. Students have the opportunity every day to earn tickets at lunch for following the school rules. Each month they have a chance to be drawn for this special lunch as well as weekly prizes. I
11 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
November is College Awareness Month at MHS. #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Catherine Poulin
Alfred students participated in a “Character Parade” today where they dressed as a character in one of their favorite books! Staff showed their school spirit by joining in as well! Wonderful creativity by all!
11 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary has the best bus drivers! Thanks Kira, the kids and the staff loved your costume today!!!!!
11 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Matt Kearns
Some Transportation Department Halloween Spirit!
11 months ago, Matt Kearns
Kelly Grantham
Congratulations to Mrs. Diman’s MMS Choral students (pictured) Meghan Fuller, Ava Prescott, Melina Flores-Nicifore, Mazzie McAvoy, Brianna Belanger, and Eliza Lowell who attended the Southern Maine Junior High School Honors Festival Auditions in Westbrook this afternoon. We are proud of you!
11 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Line Elementary School
Line School Trunk Or Treat will be inside from 6-7 PM on 10/31 due to weather. Please come prepared to wait in the weather (umbrellas recommended). Office donations are still being accepted and anyone still looking to host a trunk/station can contact our PTC at lineptc@rsu57.org
11 months ago, Line Elementary School
Jim Hand
Virtual expert logging in to AP CS Principles thanks to TEALS Foundation. Nick Rabb is our guest of the day. #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU 57
MMS BASKETBALL TRYOUTS!!
11 months ago, RSU 57
Marisa Penney
Shapleigh welcomed SNAP Ed into our classrooms today. They will be visiting monthly to teach our learners about different fresh fruits and vegetables. Today students got to explore and taste pears!! Yum!
11 months ago, Marisa Penney
Line Elementary School
Line Elementary Trunk or Treat is on October 31st at Line School from 6-7 PM. Those who would like to donate to this event can drop items off in our main office anytime. If you are interested in hosting a trunk, please contact Anastasia Ferguson at lineptc@rsu57.org.
11 months ago, Line Elementary School
Angela Madigan
WES Students in Ms. Hughes' class welcomed Tilley the Red-Footed Tortoise this morning! They are learning from Mr. Drew about how to care for him and the adaptations that help him in his home environment. Welcome, Tilley!
11 months ago, Angela Madigan
Cindy Pellerin
Meet our therapy reading dog Jonah. Jonah will be reading with students in Mrs. Elsaesser's class every Monday. Jonah is accompanied by a former WES Teacher who now visits classrooms with her therapy dog.
11 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
Mustangs move on with a 3-2 win to advance to the Southern Maine Championship game! #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
XC Regionals, girls and boys teams at Twin Brooks. 3 boys in the top 30 and our boys team is headed to states! #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary students in Mrs. Walsh's class are having a blast learning about coding in our Makerspace.
11 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary had an amazing Halloween Family Dance tonight. Thank you to our PTC and parents for helping to make this a great family event. So many awesome costumes! Stay tuned for more pics.
11 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Catherine Poulin
Meet our AES costume contest winners...
11 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Catherine Poulin
Alfred Elementary had a great time at the Monster Mash Family Dance this evening! A heart felt ‘thank you’ to our PTSA for making tonight possible, and for the time, energy and heart you put into making sure our kids have an amazing experience. Thanks also to our families for coming out to celebrate as a community this evening!
11 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
Mrs. Carrol’s class engaged in a lively debate about nuclear power! #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Alfred and Lyman Principal Pellerin's first vlog post on NWEA student progress reports. We hope the information is helpful as reports will be going out at conference time. https://safeshare.tv/x/gQuzLm_dI48
11 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
Fantastic performances from staff and students at the Coffee House. #gomustangs #mustangstrong
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Catherine Poulin
Alfred students support National Bullying Prevention month! Students showed their support by signing their sprinkle. Thank you school counselors for helping to promote awareness!
11 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
Up 2-0 at the half. #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held Thursday, November 7th from 2:15 - 6:00pm. Please visit www.rsu57.org/highschool to sign up!
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Catherine Poulin
Meet our Alfred Elementary Fire Chiefs of the day! These lucky students were selected to ride to school on a firetruck today as part of our fire safety week events! Thanks again to our Alfred FD!
11 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Angela Scully
MMS kicked off the 19-20 Stock Market Game earlier this month. This online simulation exposes students to the world of personal finance and investing. Pictured here are our 2018-19 State of Maine 2nd place winners! Great job Gabe, Lydia, and Mackenzie! #futureinvestors #mmspride
11 months ago, Angela Scully
Marisa Penney
Shapleigh Memorial School will be hosting a community Veterans Day assembly on November 8th. We would like to invite family members, local veterans, and community members to attend our event to honor and thank our veterans. Please see the flyer for more information.
11 months ago, Marisa Penney
Jim Hand
Congratulations to our own Patty Hambleton for being recognized by Sharon Rose Vasnis for "Making a Difference!" Patty spearheaded and organized a harvest dance for the past ten years in benefit of the York County Shelter Program. #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Congratulations to Steven Bonia for your successful completion of boot camp! Thank you for stopping by to visit and thank you for your service. #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Matt Kearns
RSU 57 students can take part in the 2019 National School Bus Safety Poster Contest! Any submissions can be given to your school office and sent to Transportation. The 2019 theme is: "Red Lights Mean STOP!" Click on the link for more info! https://www.napt.org/postercontest
11 months ago, Matt Kearns
Catherine Poulin
Alfred Elementary hosted another successful literacy night! Special thanks to Mrs. Rollins, Mrs. Paradis and Mrs. Bear for a wonderful evening. Thanks also to all of our families who were able to join us!
11 months ago, Catherine Poulin
RSU #57 Central Office
This is a reminder that Wednesday, October 23rd, is an early release day. Grades 6-12 will be dismissed at 11:45 and elementary students will be released at 1:00.
11 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Catherine Poulin
A special lunch visit with our local fire fighters!
11 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Catherine Poulin
What a wonderful day of learning! Thank you Alfred Fire Fighters for teaching our learners all about fire safety! We are very lucky:)
11 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary Students are stomping out Bullying. Each student from pre-K to 5th traced their foot and came up with actions they could do to promote kindness.
11 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
Check out Savannah’s finished piece! #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
MHS music students recently participated in the District 1 Honor Band Auditions. We had 27 students participate from both Band and Choir and 17 were accepted! Accepted students in Choir: Katelyn Dearborn, Sydney Desimone, Amie Giles, Nethaneal Green, Riley Greenleaf, Aiden Harris, Alysssa Huff, Isabella Laine, Benjamin Levesque, Emma Masse, Mia Skowronski, Brittany Tibbetts, Kayleen Turner. Accepted Students in Band: Zach Bandle, Candace Lee, Anna Masse, Delia Harms.
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Matt Kearns
School Bus Safety is important for both students and adults. Please remember to ALWAYS STOP for a stopped school bus with it's RED LIGHTS on and remind your students to always check both ways and wait for the driver's signal to cross the road.
11 months ago, Matt Kearns
Kelly Grantham
MMS 6th grade art students viewing and responding to their peer’s watercolor exhibit. Students were asked to synthesize their learning and make connections between the pieces. Wonderful job, beautiful art!
11 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Catherine Poulin
AES Book Fair & Literacy Night has been rescheduled for this coming Monday, 10/21. Hours will be the same. Book Fair will run 3-7pm and Literacy Night from 5-7pm. Hope to see you there!
11 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
Check out Abby’s finished piece! #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Our students have successfully created robots I’m Mr. Swett’s class. One of them went 486 feet! #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Members of the SUCCESS team presented today at Lyman and Shapleigh Elementary their findings from their Coastal Clean Up for service learning credit. #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Matt Kearns
ROADS STILL CLOSED: John St - Lyman: Students will still need to meet buses at Rt 35 or S Waterboro Rd Foss Rd @ #391 - Limerick: Students will still need to meet buses at Rt 5 or at Patterson Rd
11 months ago, Matt Kearns
Matt Kearns
Our last update still reports that the bus cannot get through Foss Rd in Limerick in the area of #391. Students will need to meet Bus 1371 at either Patterson Rd or Route 5 this morning. The bus will not be able to travel through. We will update later as we know more.
11 months ago, Matt Kearns
Kelly Grantham
Did you know that almost 175 students are involved in the MMS Intramural sports program? With floor hockey, capture the flag, and other gym class games, it’s fun way to get moving and to get involved!
11 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
We are excited to announce that November is college awareness month. #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Catherine Poulin
ATTN Alfred Families: Unfortunately we still do not have power at AES so we will be cancelling our evening literacy events. We are working hard to reschedule a time for next week. I will be in touch as soon as I can confirm a date with you. Thanks for your understanding!
11 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Catherine Poulin
Our first "inaugural swing"! A huge THANKS to our Alfred Elementary PTSA and all of our families and community people who helped to make this happen! The students are thrilled....thank you!
11 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Brendan Scully
Todays Soccer games for Boys and Girls have been postponed. Girls will play Monday 10-21 @ Noble. 4pm jv / 6pm V. Boys will play home 10-21 vs Noble. 4:15pm JV / 6pm V.
11 months ago, Brendan Scully
Jim Hand
Check out this article that was in the UMaine Today Fall/Winter 2019 magazine about the Lafrance family in Alfred. #gomustangs
11 months ago, Jim Hand
Catherine Poulin
Attention Alfred Elementary Families: A decision regarding whether or not we will be hosting our evening book fair and literacy night will be made today by 2pm. Currently we still do not have power. Please check back and check your email for a decision by 2pm. Thank you!
11 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Matt Kearns
ALERT: Bus 1772 cannot travel Foss Rd from Route 5 to Range E Rd for Line Elem. Tree & Power Lines Down.
11 months ago, Matt Kearns
RSU #57 Central Office
There will be no school at Alfred Elementary School today due to my power outage. Staff should report as if there were a 2 hour delay. Direction will be provided at that time.
11 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Matt Kearns
ALERT: Bus 1973 cannot travel Emery Corner from 4-way to Sawyer Mountain Rd, Lombard Hill Rd & Rohr Rd in Limerick. Trees & Wires Down
11 months ago, Matt Kearns
Larry Malone
This is a message from RSU #57 Central Office. There will be a 2 hour delay RSU 57 today. Any change in school conditions will be updated.
11 months ago, Larry Malone
Larry Malone
This is a message from RSU #57 Central Office. There will be a 2 hour delay in RSU 57 today. Any changes in the school conditions will be updated.
11 months ago, Larry Malone
Catherine Poulin
Alfred Elementary is hosting our 1st Annual Monster Mash Family Dance! We welcome all Alfred Elementary families and staff! Hope to see you there...
11 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Brendan Scully
Tomorrow's Middle School Cross Country meet has been moved to Monday 10-21. Meet time is 4pm
11 months ago, Brendan Scully
Matt Kearns
October 21-25, 2019 is National School Bus Safety Week. All students will be practicing Bus Evacuations and reviewing Bus Safety next week with drivers. We will also celebrate Transportation Staff Appreciation Day on October 25th. Look for more School Bus Safety info next week!
11 months ago, Matt Kearns
Jim Hand
More Salem pics
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
77 of our students are having fun while learning in Salem! #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Antony Smith came to visit before he leaves for Japan. #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Line Elementary School
Would you like to host a trunk at Line School's annual PTC “Trunk or Treat” on October 31st? If so, please contact Anastasia Ferguson at lineptc@rsu57.org.This great community event brings our school, community and local police, fire, and rescue together for an evening of fun.
12 months ago, Line Elementary School
Jim Hand
Our field hockey Mustangs wear pink for a cure! #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57 Central Office
Please join us!
12 months ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Jim Hand
We had a decent day. Jake Saucier got 1st place! The boys got second out of the six teams and appear to be getting stronger each week. 2nd pic are our seniors ~ Coach Blair #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
A big shout out to our Student Council for putting on a great pep rally and for decorating our stadium fence! #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Preparing for the Homecoming Pep Rally #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
We surprised the staff with ice cream for all their effort to give our students great educational experiences! Thank you staff of MHS! #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Homecoming hallways part 2 #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Homecoming hallways part 1 #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Check out the great artwork by Abby S. and Savannah P.K. in Ms. Stiles 2D Design class! #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
It's spirit week for Homecoming. Yesterday was Twin Day! #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Jon Farrar finished his freshman science credit make-up by rebuilding this radio control car from scratch. When it came in it was not working and was ready from the junk pile. He earned STEM Science credits by rebuilding and recycling this car. #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Thank you Tyler for your act of kindness! #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Mr. Laciano is getting the band ready for Homecoming #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Kelly Grantham
MMS 6th grader Zach Sotir and family have organized a fundraiser for our student, friend, and Jaxson’s sister, Izabella Lamb, to take place at the middle school football games on Saturday, October 12th. Join in for a bake sale, 50/50 raffle, t-shirt sale, and fun! #bravelikebella
12 months ago, Kelly Grantham
RSU 57
Massabesic High School will be hosting Parent/Teacher conferences from 2:15 - 6:00pm on Thursday, November 7th. We are using PTCFast.com to make signups as convenient as possible this year. Please enter the following web address into your browser window to make an appointment: https://www.ptcfast.com/schools/Massabesic_High_School If you do not have internet access , please contact us via phone at (207) 247-3141 ext. 2268. We are looking forward to your joining us for this informative session about your son or daughter! Thank you! MHS Guidance
12 months ago, RSU 57
Jim Hand
MHS is excited to welcome Jill Herrick as a new social studies teacher! Mrs. Herrick previously worked at the Maine Girls' Academy, previously Catherine McAuley High School. She holds degrees in History, Theology, and Secondary Education! Mrs. Herrick became an educator because seeing teachers who loved what they did inspired her. She loves spending time with her family and reading historical non-fiction. A couple of fun facts about Mrs. Herrick is that she is double-jointed and she can sing like Louis Armstrong. Thanks for joining our team!
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Catherine Poulin
Alfred 5th graders working on their STEM project...paper roller coasters. Mrs. Knight's students learned about potential and kinetic energy, as well as perseverance!
12 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
A well deserved iced coffee reward. Hard work pays off for Lacey. #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Hands on learning at MHS! #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Catherine Poulin
Students in Ms. Knight’s 5th-grade conducted a mock trial as part of their civics unit on the rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizens. Students have been learning about the Bill of Rights and the protections granted to citizens outlined in that document. The case was Mary Peabody V. Virgil Goodman in the case of the missing lunch. The eight-person jury deliberated after hearing the evidence presented in court. Each witness was sworn in prior to testifying and the lawyers presented evidence with each argument. Students did an outstanding job!
12 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
MHS is excited to welcome Dennis Nadeau as a new science teacher! Mr. Nadeau taught two years at Somersworth High School in NH. He has a B.S. in Biology from the University of New England. Mr. Nadeau chose to be an educator because he is a people person and he wants to be able to interact and laugh with people everyday while also making a difference. As for hobbies, he coaches middle school wrestling and listening to podcasts. Some fun facts are that Mr. Nadeau had a mullet until 5th grade and he can hold his breath for over 19 seconds. Thanks for joining our team! #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Line Elementary School
This is a reminder that the Line PTC fundraiser is due tomorrow.
12 months ago, Line Elementary School
Jim Hand
Mr. Laich is showing the great work being done with STEAM at the CSforAll conference @educatemaine #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Line Elementary School
Line School “TEAM SPIRIT” day is tomorrow, October 2nd. Students are asked to wear their school shirt or a favorite team shirt as a reminder that teamwork and having a growth mindset is important if you want to succeed. Our school assembly will be at 2PM (grade 5 sponsored).
12 months ago, Line Elementary School
Jim Hand
Thank you Atlantic Federal Credit Union for your generous donation of $1,144.81 to food services!
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Thank you to Mrs. Pellegrino and our local businesses for putting on another successful Financial Fitness Fair for our juniors—great learning experience! #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Barbara Gauvin
Massabesic Center for Adult Learning is looking for an English as a Second Language teacher to work with adults several mornings a week. FMI, call 247-2022.
12 months ago, Barbara Gauvin
Jim Hand
Our students are welding. #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Our SUCCESS students are rebuilding a radio controlled car! # gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Our students engage in Project Adventure in order to learn about teamwork, communication and much more! #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Hattie graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in Art Education and a second degree in Studio Art, with an interest and many credit hours invested in biology. She’s a printmaker, painter, and ceramicist, and she is largely inspired by the natural sciences. The art room was always a safe and fun place to be while she was in school, and she hopes she can provide that for her students. She loves running, the ocean, and making things! She likes leaving her comfort zone and doing things that scare her, like skydiving and teaching high school... her next adventure is stand up comedy!
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Alfred and Lyman Staff Rock! Our food drive this weekend at Market Basket coordinated by staff members Ellie Donnelly and Carlena Smith was a huge success! Not only did they collect 3 car loads worth of food, but also managed to raise over $500 in cash donations!! A big thank-you to Chris Duquette and Kris Bear also staff for taking a few hours out of their weekend to help us out. We really appreciate it!
12 months ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
MHS is excited to welcome Licia Byther as a new social worker in our day treatment ACES Program! Mrs. Byther has always had a passion for working with children and families and she’s excited to be doing so in the public school setting. She received her undergraduate degree from Wheelock College in Boston, MA and her Master's degree from The University of New England. Mrs. Byther has spent the last 8 years working intensively with children and families in a non-profit treatment setting. She enjoys outdoor activities, traveling, and spending time with her family. Thanks for joining our team! #gomustangs
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Kelly Grantham
Novel Engineering at work today in Ms. Townsend’s 6th grade Language Arts class. #STEAM
12 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
MHS is excited to welcome Andrew French as a new guidance counselor! Mr. French has a Masters in Education in School Counseling from UMASS Boston, MS in Broadcast Journalism from Boston University, and a BA in English from the University of Vermont. In his spare time, Mr. French enjoys playing golf, softball, racquetball, and ping-pong. He is a big foodie and he started to write a sci-fi thriller novel a couple of years ago, which he intends on finishing one day. Mr. French is also a fan of the Celtics, Patriots, and the Red Sox. Mr. French got into education because he wanted to do something more meaningful. He did not have a great counseling experience in high school and because of this he wants to be the high school counselor he never had! Thanks for joining our team!
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Have you checked out the Extended Learning Opportunities board and door for the different opportunities for students? Check here for volunteer hour opportunities, job opportunities, and extended learning opportunities! These opportunities change each week so be sure to check it out! @Ms_HunterELO
12 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
MHS is excited to welcome Daniel Laciano as a new instrumental teacher! Prior to Massabesic HS, he taught in the public schools of Ohio as a high school and middle school band director. He took some time off from teaching to explore other interests, but eventually realized teaching was where he was meant to be. Mr. Laciano received a Bachelor of Music in Education from Miami University (Ohio) on a trumpet performance scholarship. He went into education because he wanted to be connected to music and he needed a job. It turns out that teaching ended up being the best choice he could have made. No other job has given Mr. Laciano the joy he gets from watching students grow and succeed. Hobbies include: Woodworking, Cooking, Gardening, Foraging, Hiking, Playing trumpet and throwing ball to his dog. Fun fact: He lived without indoor plumbing for 3 years...on purpose, while homesteading.
almost 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Do you have a senior at MHS that is thinking about going to college? Come to learn everything you need to know at our Senior College Kickoff on October 9, 2019 @6:00 p.m. in our auditorium.
almost 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Line Elementary School
Line School’s internet based phone is currently down. Our fax number has been temporarily converted to a usable phone line until service is restored. You can contact the school at 793-2425.
about 1 year ago, Line Elementary School
Angela Scully
MMS Field Hockey players supporting their friend this afternoon. #bravelikebella #bellastrong #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Angela Scully
Jim Hand
Thank you to Kaitlyn Doyle for helping a fellow student out! #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
MHS is excited to welcome Ian Villmore as a new English teacher! Before starting at MHS Mr. Villmore taught English and History at the Maine Central Institute in Pittsfield. He has a BFA in Writing, Literature, and Publishing from Emerson College and a Masters of Education from Lesley University. Mr. Villmore went into education to help students understand the power of stories and the power that comes from telling their own. He wanted to help them use words to empower themselves. When he’s not teaching Mr. Villmore enjoys baseball, chess, reading, and hiking. A few fun facts are that his favorite book is “All Quiet on the Western Front” and that he’d rather watch curling than basketball. Thanks for joining our team!
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
13-6 win over the Rams! #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Great job by MAYFC and MHS Cheering squads! @rsu57mustangs #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Mrs. Swetz and Mr. Merrifield class at Coastal Clean-up Day.  The class worked at both Ferry Beach State Park and Camp Ellis fishing village.  Many pounds of trash were recovered and the team will be studying the different effects of the trash on the eco -system.  They will also be preparing a presentation that will be given to the fifth grade upon completion.  Students are able to earn various credits through these alternative lessons.
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57 Professional Growth
Mr Stinson spent time in each classroom reading “Only One You” in preparation for students creating rocks for the school rock garden.
about 1 year ago, RSU #57 Professional Growth
Cindy Pellerin
Our pre k students at Lyman Elementary have been using nature to play and learn about the first letter in their names.
about 1 year ago, Cindy Pellerin
Vanessa Richardson
Waterboro Elementary School students preparing corn for the Maine Harvest Lunch today! Thank you to the WES Kitchen Staff for preparing such a wonderful meal for students to enjoy!
about 1 year ago, Vanessa Richardson
Vanessa Richardson
MHS Kitchen Staff & Building Administrators hard at work today preparing the Maine Harvest Lunch for students to enjoy!
about 1 year ago, Vanessa Richardson
Jim Hand
MHS is excited to welcome John Merrifield as a new teacher in our Success Program! Mr. Merrifield has a Masters in Special Education, a BA in History, and an AAS in Business. He has a wealth of experience as a Special Education teacher and administrator. In his spare time, Mr. Merrifield enjoys wilderness hiking, playing music, and woodworking. Mr. Merrifield got into education to work with students struggling with the traditional format of education! Thanks for joining our team!
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary 3-5 teachers met with students today to talk about having a champion mindset as a kick-off to our new flexible grouping RTL time!!! The students were awesome.
about 1 year ago, Cindy Pellerin
Vanessa Richardson
Lyman Elementary students helping out with the Maine Harvest Lunch today! Students enjoyed fresh corn from Harris Farm in Dayton, Apples from Gile's Family Farm in Alfred, Maine Potato Wedges, Maine Blueberry Muffins made from scratch & Maine Oakhurst Milk!! A big thank you to the Lyman Kitchen Staff Mrs. Amabile & Mrs. Vigneault!
about 1 year ago, Vanessa Richardson
Angela Scully
Maine Harvest Day at MMS. Our students enjoyed an extra special school lunch today. Featured on the menu were Maine blueberry muffins, McCain’s potato wedges, Harris Farm corn in the cob, Giles apples, and Oakhurst milk choices! Special thanks to our wonderful kitchen staff for a delicious meal!
about 1 year ago, Angela Scully
Barbara Gauvin
Adult Education offered a Substitute Teacher Training course. Look at all the future subs for RSU 57!
about 1 year ago, Barbara Gauvin
Jim Hand
Bella Caruolo sang the National Anthem before MHS takes on Marshwood #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57 Central Office
This is a message from RSU #57 Central Office regarding parking at MHS for after school activities and events. It is essential that we ensure events held on our properties are as safe as possible for all participants and attendees. Emergency vehicles and school buses must have direct and clear access to the Stadium and transportation facility. Effective immediately parking will be prohibited along the field side of the stadium / bus garage access road. This is the right side of the access road as you travel towards the stadium. A temporary barrier and signs will be installed to serve as a reminder. We understand that this will be a change in past practice and an adjustment for the community. Thank you for your cooperation in helping us provide a safe environment for all who attend events on our campus.
about 1 year ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Jim Hand
MHS is excited to welcome Meagan Collupy as a new teacher in our day treatment program! Mrs. Collupy has a degree in Criminal Justice from Lyndon State College and she worked at MHS previously as an educational technician. She previously worked as a classroom case manager in a therapeutic school in Vermont as well as coached middle school soccer. In her spare time, Mrs. Collupy enjoys running, hanging out with her husband and dog, and reading. She also has a professional photography business. Mrs. Collupy looks forward to supporting students at MHS in developing their own thoughts and ideas around their education, as well as supporting them in figuring out their potential! Thanks for joining our team!
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Mustangs take on Cheverus. Great night for a soccer game! #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Vanessa Richardson
Chicken, Bacon & Ranch Entree Salads available at Massabesic High School!
about 1 year ago, Vanessa Richardson
RSU #57
REMINDER Early Release Day, Wednesday, September 18th Middle School & High School are dismissed at 11:45am. Elementary Schools are dismissed at 1pm.
about 1 year ago, RSU #57
Jim Hand
Congratulations to our Alum Andrew Hayes for becoming a Marine! We are proud of you. #gomustangs #mustangstrong
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
RSU 57
This alert is a reminder that next Wednesday, September 18, is an early release day. Grades 6-12 will be dismissed at 11:45 and elementary students will be released at 1:00. Thank you and have a great weekend.
about 1 year ago, RSU 57
Jim Hand
Mrs. Blair and her students are problem solving in Geometry #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Well done to Rachael for explaining elements, compounds, and mixtures to the rest of the Accelerated Chemistry Class #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Kelly Grantham
MMS 8th grader Jacob Lebrun received his National Finalist trophy for participation in the 2019 National Geographic Geo Bee last spring. We continue to be proud of you, Jacob!
about 1 year ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
Students actively learning in 2D Design #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Mrs. Martin-Moore is showing the class how a 45-45-90 triangle works #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Great conversation about how the parts of a small engine work #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Students dissecting squid in Marine Biology #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Having fun learning in Accelerated Biology Animal Science #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Students learning about protons and neutrons with Mr. Nadeau. #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Kelly Grantham
What a beautiful day! Mrs. Turner’s science classes took advantage of today’s weather to chalk-talk the rock cycle! #sciencerocks
about 1 year ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
MHS 2 - Windham 1 at the half
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Good afternoon Parent/Guardians, Please log in and check out the information and change and/or add any info needed...ie...emergency contact info. https://me-wat.edupoint.com/Frameset_PXP.aspx?P=Login_Parent_PXP.aspx
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Thank you @principalbiddhs for the friendly wager! I’m proud to say both of our teams played well. Tigers prevailed... congratulations again!
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
The girls take on Marshwood. #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Thanks to the girls soccer teams for the new plaque in the corral. #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
#gomustangs Great afternoon for cross country!
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Three of our own being recognized at SRTC https://www.sanford.org/article/132561?org=sanford-regional-technical-center #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Check this out...we have several Alumni making us proud. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zk0l4fhV0AE
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Great night for golf for Mustangs and Spartans #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Mrs. Stephenson & Mrs. Suttie are on bus duty this afternoon! #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Thank you Eric for stepping up and helping a fellow Mustang! #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
@principalbiddhs and I have a friendly wager for Friday night’s football game. If the Mustangs win Mr. Sirois hast to wear Mustang gear to school on Monday. If the Tigers win I have to wear Tiger Pride gear. Go Mustangs! Let’s see Mr. Sirois in our gear! @mhsfootball18
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
RSU 57
NOW HIRING!!! RSU #57 is now using Frontline: Recruiting and Hiring to process employment applications for all RSU #57 employment opportunities. Frontline: Recruiting and Hiring can be found by clicking on the "Employment" link in the menu at the top of the district website.
about 1 year ago, RSU 57
Jim Hand
So excited to welcome Class of 2023! #gomustangs
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
RSU 57
about 1 year ago, RSU 57
RSU 57
RSU #57 school board meeting tonight! Agenda link (https://5il.co/9pj5)
about 1 year ago, RSU 57
Jim Hand
The Massabesic Field Hockey team went to the Portland Sea Dogs game Friday night. While there they had their pictures taken in the outfield and also with the Sea Dog statue. The players used this time to enjoy themselves before they get back to their pre season.
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
The boys soccer team travelled to Gray for a play day this weekend.
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Kevin Perkins
School Board Agenda August 28, 2019
about 1 year ago, Kevin Perkins
Jim Hand
MHS Theatre has been working this summer to get a jump on the production and to organize the working spaces.
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Excited to work with new MHS teachers today!
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Brendan Scully
Check out the MHS Athletic Boosters Web Store selling various items celebrating the 50th anniversary of MHS! All proceeds support MHS Athletes. https://www.rsdgraphicsonline.com/massabesic-boosters-50th-anniversar-1
about 1 year ago, Brendan Scully
RSU 57
We are loving our new app! Access sports scores, cafeteria menus, news updates, and even emergency notifications, right from your pocket. Download the app on Android: http://bit.ly/3278HxW or iPhone: https://apple.co/2NqwkOu.
about 1 year ago, RSU 57
Jim Hand
RSU 57 Prek Teachers Train Fellow Educators on Research-based Prek Practice mainedoenews.net/2019/08/14/rsu…
about 1 year ago, Jim Hand
Brendan Scully
Reminder Fall Sports begin Monday August 19th. All participants must be registered and cleared to begin practices. Registrations can be made at rsu57.revtrak.net. Registrations should be completed by Thursday the 15th in order to be safely cleared for Monday.
about 1 year ago, Brendan Scully
RSU 57
NEW MOBILE APP!!
about 1 year ago, RSU 57
RSU 57
We’re thrilled to announce Regional School Unit 57’s new app! It’s everything RSU 57, in your pocket. With the new app, you can access sports scores, cafeteria menus, news updates, and even emergency notifications. Download the app on Android: http://bit.ly/3278HxW or iPhone: https://apple.co/2NqwkOu.
about 1 year ago, RSU 57
RSU 57
Important School Bus Route Information. https://www.rsu57.org/article/123846?org=rsu-57 … View image on Twitter
about 1 year ago, RSU 57
RSU 57
Fall Sports Registration! RevTrak has re-opened for Fall Sports registrations. All students must be registered and cleared through the school nurse and the athletic office to be eligible to participate. Practices begin on August 19th.
about 1 year ago, RSU 57
Kevin Perkins
ANNUAL BUDGET MEETING The Annual District Budget Meeting for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. The meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will be held in the Middle School cafeteria. The front door and the doors leading to the cafeteria will be open and available for access to the building.
over 1 year ago, Kevin Perkins
Kevin Perkins
Congratulations! Marcus Ratz, senior at RSU 57 Massabesic High School, wins 1st Place at the District 41 Lions Club Speak Out Contest held at Sugarloaf Mountain Resort on Saturday 4/27/19. Link to his speech - https://drive.google.com/…/1L9GjzRy_4IcnTk1umVv107l49…/view…
over 1 year ago, Kevin Perkins