All after-school activities are canceled for today 11-30-2022.
MJHS Parent Teacher Conferences and practices are canceled for this afternoon November 17, 2022.
MJHS students (ONLY) will be dismissed at 11:45 am today November 17, 2022. Bussing will be provided. If you prefer to pick up your child please do so at the Mattanawcook Academy front entrance.
Due to weather, all schools will have an early dismissal at 11 today, November 16th.
November 15, 2022 Dear RSU 67 staff, students, and families, The current weather forecast for our region is a harsh reminder that winter is on its way. For the past 48 hours, we have been monitoring a developing storm to our south that will likely bring the region its first plowable snow tomorrow. While it is too early to determine if the school will be delayed or canceled at this time, please stay tuned tomorrow morning for any potential updates. If school is delayed or canceled, the announcement will be broadcast on media channels, posted on the district's Facebook page and website, and via phone call, text, and/or email. The decision to delay or cancel is generally made by 5 am and messaging will begin immediately after the decision is made. As winter weather arrives, please be safe and always allow yourself extra time to get to work or school when necessary. Sincerely, Paul Austin, Superintendent RSU 67
MA Fall Musical will be Thursday, Friday, and Saturday this week. Check out the news section of the website for more information.
The October 25th Superintendent’s Corner is ready for viewing under the News section of the website.
Be sure to check out the October 11th Superintendent's Corner on the District website under the news section.
RSU 67 has been approved to receive nine mobile computer science labs. Please check out the news section of the district website for more information.
Dear RSU 67 Families, The purpose of this communication is to inform you of some important transportation changes that are necessary for Monday, October 3 through Thursday, October 6. Due to driver illnesses, we had to consolidate some bus routes in order to ensure that all children have transportation. We anticipate this change will only last this week. We will update you when we have more information. If you can transport your own child to school this week, it would be very helpful. However, we will do all we can to ensure that every child has transportation. We understand that changes are not easy and may be disruptive. We sincerely appreciate your patience as we make these adjustments. Bus #2 - All students will be picked up approximately 1 hour later in the morning and dropped off approximately 1 hour later in the afternoon. Bus #4 - All students will be picked up approximately 1 hour later in the morning and dropped off approximately 1 hour later in the afternoon. Bus #8- Students who live on Boyd Street, Depot Street, Main Street, and Winn Road will be picked up approximately 30 minutes earlier in the morning and students who live on the Back Settlement Road and Webb Hill will be picked up approximately 15 minutes earlier. Afternoon drop off should remain the same. Bus #13 - Students from Burlington into Lincoln will be picked up approximately 30 minutes earlier. Afternoon drop off should remain the same. Again, we sincerely appreciate your patience and anticipate a return to more normal operations on Tuesday. October 11. Thank you Dr. Paul Austin, Superintendent
Great sportsmanhip by our football team!!! Our football team and coaches were involved in a great act of sportsmanship on Saturday in their game at Mt. View. Helping to make it possible for a special needs player to score a touchdown on the final play of the game. This is what high school athletics is all about. The team played hard throughout the game and showed great sportsmanship! We are proud of our team and our coaches! #GoLynx!!
Thirty-one juniors and seniors from MA participated in a college fair at UMaine today with Ms. Grant and Mr. Davis. Check out the news section for more information.
Both the Lincoln Fire Department and the Dead River Company have assessed the situation at Mattanawcook Junior High and have determined there is no gas leak. All students and staff have returned to a regular school day and schedule within the building.
This afternoon a staff member reported of a concern about a gas appliance in the kitchen at Mattanawcook Junior High School. Following our emergency response plan, we have evacuated the students and staff to a safe location and a gas technician is on site to evaluate the situation. All students and staff are safe. We expect this to resolve quickly. We will update you once more information is available.
Be sure to check out the newest edition of the Superintendent's Corner under the News section of the website. Also, if you have not downloaded the RSU 67 app-- be sure to do so to stay up-to-date on all the things happening in the district.
Be sure to check out the August 16th Superintendent's Corner.
Be sure to check out the RSU 67 News section of the website for a new Superintendent's Corner.
Check out the Superintendent's Corner of the website in August for weekly communications leading up to the start of school.
Wednesday, June 15 School Board Meeting 6:30 https://vimeo.com/event/1986153
Wednesday, June 1st School Board Meeting 6:30 PM https://vimeo.com/event/1986144