Rose Clark
Due to the continued predicted high temperatures, all schools in R S U Number 67 will have an early release day on Tuesday, June 8th. Students in PK-6 will be dismissed at 11:00 and students in grades 9-12 will be dismissed at 12:00. Thank you for your understanding.
13 days ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
May 17, 2021 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that a member of the Mattanawcook Academy community has tested positive for COVID-19. As with every positive COVID-19 case, the district is working directly with Maine DOE/CDC to determine the infectious period and contact tracing requirements, based on the impacted individual’s last day of attendance before developing symptoms or testing positive. Those who are impacted have been contacted. We continue to ask all families and staff to monitor for any symptoms and stay home if symptomatic. All individuals should contact a health care provider if they develop symptoms. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions regarding student health can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Questions regarding scheduling or instruction should be directed to Mattanawcook Academy at 794-8935. Jean Skorapa, Superintendent
about 1 month ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Any eligible student (ages 12 and above) who is in quarantine, may still attend the COVID-19 vaccine clinic located at MJHS on Friday, May 21, 2021 beginning at 9:00am. The vaccine clinic will be held in tents in front of Mattanawcook Junior High School. The completed vaccine forms can be emailed to jdavis@rsu67.org or jmckechnie@rsu67.org or faxed to MA (794-3205) or MJHS (794-2601). Completed forms are due by Wednesday, May 19, 2021. If you have a student in quarantine, we ask that the person transporting the student come to the tent to advise the student is present. PCHS will administer the vaccine in the vehicle. Be prepared to wait in the vehicle for 15 minutes following the vaccine administration.
about 1 month ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
May 13, 2021 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that at this time there are three active COVID-19 cases that involve individuals associated with Mattanawcook Academy. All of these cases did not involve close contact within the school. However, due to the increase in the number of cases and the number of individuals in quarantine, Mattanawcook Academy students will receive remote instruction through Friday, May 21, 2021. Students will return to in-person instruction on Monday, May 24, 2021. Although we are in a vastly better place with the pandemic than we were even weeks ago, we are not out of the woods yet. Please continue to monitor for any symptoms and stay home if symptomatic. We must continue to work together as a community to keep our students in school and finish the year strong. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions regarding student health can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Questions regarding scheduling or instruction should be directed to Mattanawcook Academy at 794-6711. Jean Skorapa, Superintendent
about 1 month ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
May 12, 2021 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that a member of the Ella P. Burr School community has tested positive for COVID-19. As with every positive COVID-19 case, the district is working directly with Maine DOE/CDC to determine the infectious period and contact tracing requirements, based on the impacted individual’s last day of attendance before developing symptoms or testing positive. Those who are impacted have been contacted. Ella P. Burr students will continue with in-person instruction. We ask all families and staff to monitor for any symptoms and remind everyone to please stay home if symptomatic. It will take our entire community working together to keep our students in school. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions regarding student health can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Questions regarding scheduling or instruction should be directed to Ella P. Burr School at 794-3014. Jean Skorapa, Superintendent
about 1 month ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
May 10, 2021 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that a member of the Mattanawcook Jr. High School community has tested positive for COVID-19. As with every positive COVID-19 case, the district is working directly with Maine DOE/CDC to determine the infectious period and contact tracing requirements, based on the impacted individual’s last day of attendance before developing symptoms or testing positive. Those who are impacted have been contacted. 7th Grade students will be fully remote for the remainder of this week and on Monday, May 17. In-person instruction for 7th grade students will resume on Tuesday, May 18. Mattanawcook Jr. High School students in Grades 4, 5, 6, and 8, Ella P. Burr School and Mattanawcook Academy students will continue with in-person instruction. We continue to ask all families and staff to monitor for any symptoms and stay home if symptomatic. All individuals should contact a health care provider if they develop symptoms. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions regarding student health can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Questions regarding scheduling or instruction should be directed to Mattanawcook Jr. High School at 794-8935. Jean Skorapa, Superintendent Regional School Unit 67 25 Reed Drive Lincoln, Maine 04457 207-794-6500
about 1 month ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
First graders at EPB are all set to start a unit on life cycles focusing on the life cycle of a butterfly after vacation break.
2 months ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
April 13, 2021 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that a member of the R.S.U. No. 67 school community has tested positive for COVID-19. As with every positive COVID-19 case, the district is working directly with Maine DOE/CDC to determine the infectious period and contact tracing requirements, based on the impacted individual’s last day of attendance before developing symptoms or testing positive. Those who are impacted will be contacted. Due to the number of individuals in quarantine, and our inability to provide bus transportation, all R.S.U. No. 67 schools will be remote for the remainder of the week. We continue to ask all families and staff to monitor students for any symptoms. All individuals should contact a health care provider if they develop symptoms. April Vacation Recovery School has been cancelled. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions regarding student health can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Questions regarding scheduling or instruction should be directed to Ella P. Burr at 794-3014, Mattanawcook Jr. High School at 794-8935, or Mattanawcook Academy at 794-8935. Jean Skorapa, Superintendent Regional School Unit 67 25 Reed Drive Lincoln, Maine 04457 207-794-6500
2 months ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
Grade 5 at Mattanawcook Jr. High School will be remote tomorrow, Thursday, April 8, 2021 due to the lack of substitutes. Lunches may be picked up at Mattanawcook Jr. High School between 10:00 and 12:00.
2 months ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
Grade 5 students create cell models as part of their science unit.
2 months ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
The Public Forum on the Budget is postponed to Wednesday, April 7th at 5:30 due to widespread internet outages.
3 months ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
From Maine DOE: Emergency Broadband Benefit Program Available to Eligible Families in April The FCC recently adopted a Report and Order that established the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, a $3.2 billion federal initiative to help lower the cost of high-speed internet for eligible households during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. Benefits of the program include: Up to $50/month discount for broadband services; Up to $75/month discount for broadband services for households on Tribal lands; and A one-time discount of up to $100 for a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet purchased through a participating provider. The Emergency Broadband Benefit is limited to one monthly service discount and one device discount per eligible household. A household is eligible if one member of the household: Qualifies for the Lifeline program, including those who are on Medicaid or receive SNAP benefits; Receives benefits under the free and reduced-price school lunch program or the school breakfast program, including through the USDA Community Eligibility Provision, or did so in the 2019- 2020 school year; Experienced a substantial loss of income since February 29, 2020, and the household had a total income in 2020 below $99,000 for single filers and $198,000 for joint filers; Received a Federal Pell Grant in the current award year; or Meets the eligibility criteria for a participating provider’s existing low-income or COVID-19 program. The FCC expects the Emergency Broadband Benefit program to be open to eligible households before the end of April, 2021. Please check the FCC’s website, www.fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit, regularly for the latest information. Once up and running, eligible households will be able to enroll through participating broadband providers or directly with the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC). Many types of broadband providers can qualify to provide service in this program. The FCC is currently setting up the systems needed for providers to participate. Contact information for the providers participating in the program will be posted on USAC’s website: https://www.usac.org/. For more information, the Report and Order along with the rules governing this program can be found here: https://www.fcc.gov/document/fcc-adopts-report-and-order-emergency-broadband-benefit-program-0.
3 months ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
March 17, 2021 Dear Parents, Staff, and Community Members, Today at approximately 12:00 noon, administrators at Mattanawcook Jr. High School were alerted of a bomb threat made against the school. The Lincoln Police Department was contacted immediately and students and staff were safely relocated to Mattanawcook Academy. Students and staff remained at Mattanawcook Academy until dismissal. All threats to our school or students are taken very seriously and investigated thoroughly. This incident caused considerable disruption to students, staff, and families. We recommend that families talk about the incident and emphasize the seriousness of this matter. In an event such as this, the safety of our students and staff must be our first priority. Brief communication regarding the relocation of our students was shared with parents as soon as feasible. Specific details about the situation were not shared until now as this was an active investigation. Mattanawcook Jr. High School has been carefully checked and cleared by law enforcement. We will return to school for in-person instruction tomorrow. Sincerely, Jean Skorapa, Superintendent Regional School Unit 67 25 Reed Drive Lincoln, Maine 04457 207-794-6500
3 months ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
Due to a situation at MJHS all students and staff have been relocated to MA. Grades 4 through 6 will be dismissed from MA. We will update you regarding dismissal of grades 7 and 8.
3 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
March 15, 2021 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that we were notified this morning that a member of the Ella P. Burr community has tested positive for COVID-19. As with every positive COVID-19 case, the district is working directly with Maine DOE/CDC to determine the infectious period and contact tracing requirements, based on the impacted individual’s last day of attendance before developing symptoms or testing positive. Those who are impacted will be contacted and asked to quarantine. As this is an isolated incident, Ella P. Burr School will continue with in-person instruction. We continue to ask all families and staff to monitor students for any symptoms. All individuals should contact a health care provider if they develop symptoms. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions regarding student health can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Questions regarding scheduling or instruction should be directed to Ella P. Burr School at 794-3014. Sincerely, Jean Skorapa, Superintendent
3 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
March 11, 2021 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that we were notified this evening that a member of the Mattanawcook Academy community has tested positive for COVID-19. As with every positive COVID-19 case, the district is working directly with Maine DOE/CDC to determine the infectious period and contact tracing requirements, based on the impacted individual’s last day of attendance before developing symptoms or testing positive. Those who are impacted will be contacted. Mattanawcook Academy will be fully remote on Friday, March 12, 2021. We will provide an update regarding the plan for instruction for the week of March 15 after contract tracing has been completed tomorrow. Ella P. Burr School and Mattanawcook Jr. High School students will continue with in-person instruction. We continue to ask all families and staff to monitor students for any symptoms. All individuals should contact a health care provider if they develop symptoms. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions regarding student health can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Questions regarding scheduling or instruction should be directed to Academy at 794-8935. Jean Skorapa, Superintendent
3 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
February 23, 2021 Dear R.S.U. No. 67 Families, I am deeply saddened to inform you that a student at Ella P. Burr School died tragically in a fire at her home last evening. She was a beloved member of the Ella P. Burr School community and will be missed greatly. Your child may have questions or worries about this loss. We encourage you to talk with your child. How we, as adults, manage ourselves serves as an important model for helping kids handle tragedies like this. It is important that your child is loved and supported as he/she talks about his/her feelings. You may want to consider the following when talking with your child: • Tell the truth. Talk about death vs. “going to sleep.” Explain the situation. • Allow for your child to talk about feelings. If this is the first loss your child has experienced, your child may not know how to respond and will be looking for your guidance. • Affirm all expressions. It is okay to express feelings honestly. Tolerate the expressions rather than dismissing them or discouraging the expression of feelings. • Encourage written expressions such as notes, letters, pictures to the family, etc. • Reaffirm that your child is safe and that your child is loved. • Affirm that your child’s reaction is normal and you understand the way your child feels. • Watch for signs such as lack of concentration, sleeplessness, unusual fears, withdrawal, etc. • Help your child return to a normal routine as soon as possible. District school counselors are available to provide emotional support for our students and staff. If you have special counseling concerns or would like additional support for your child, please contact your school’s counselor. Patrice Turner, Ella P. Burr School at 794-3014 Louise Adelstone, Mattanawcook Jr. High School at 794-8935 Andrea Smith or Henry Pietras, Mattanawcook Academy at 794-6711. Our deepest sympathies go to her entire family. Sincerely, Jean M. Skorapa, Superintendent of Schools
4 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
February 8, 2021 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: It is hard to believe that February vacation is right around the bend! Friday, February 12, 2021 is the last school day before break. School will resume on Monday, February 22nd. I would like to thank you for all you have done and continue to do to allow us to provide as much in-person learning as possible. Some families take the opportunity to travel during February break. If you plan to travel outside of Maine, please remember that New Hampshire and Vermont are currently the only states exempt from restrictions under Governor Mill’s executive order. Due to the executive order requirements, your child will need to receive a negative COVID test or quarantine for 10 days prior to returning to school. Further information regarding travel may be found at www.maine.gov/covid19/. Whether traveling or not please continue to wear your mask when in public, maintain physical distancing (6 feet or more), and wash your hands often. These practices will support our efforts to continue in-person instruction. I hope you and your family are able to use this school break to relax and rejuvenate. Thank you for your continued support of our schools, our students, and our community. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your child’s school. We look forward to seeing our students for in-person instruction on February 22nd. Sincerely, Jean Skorapa, Superintendent of Schools
4 months ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
Due to the impending storm, there will be no school on Tuesday, February 2nd. There will be no remote school option either for Tuesday, February 2nd.
5 months ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
January 29, 2021 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that we were notified today that a member of the Mattanawcook Jr. High School community has tested positive for COVID-19. As with every positive COVID-19 case, the district is working directly with Maine DOE/CDC to determine the infectious period and contact tracing requirements, based on the impacted individual’s last day of attendance before developing symptoms or testing positive. Those who are impacted will be contacted. In-person will resume at Mattanawcook Jr. High School on Tuesday, February 2, 2021 as planned. Ella P. Burr School and Mattanawcook Academy students will continue with in-person instruction. We continue to ask all families and staff to monitor students for any symptoms. All individuals should contact a health care provider if they develop symptoms. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions regarding student health can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Questions regarding scheduling or instruction should be directed to Mattanawcook Jr. High School at 794-8935. Sincerely, Jean M. Skorapa, Superintendent
5 months ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
"Get Up To Speed" Maine Launches Statewide Internet Speed Test Mapping Initiative The Maine Broadband Coalition has launched a statewide internet speed test mapping initiative. The goal of the “Get Up To Speed” initiative is to gather data from across the state to generate the most comprehensive map of both the presence and quality of internet in Maine to date. Residents are being asked to help the initiative by taking this less-than-a-minute test to map their own speed through the Maine Broadband Coalition’s website. Please see the news section of our website for more information.
5 months ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
January 25, 2021 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that we were notified today that a member of the Mattanawcook Jr. High School community has tested positive for COVID-19. As with every positive COVID-19 case, the district is working directly with Maine DOE/CDC to determine the infectious period and contact tracing requirements, based on the impacted individual’s last day of attendance before developing symptoms or testing positive. Those who are impacted will be contacted. Due to the number of individuals in quarantine, all students at Mattanawcook Jr. High School will have remote instruction through February 1, 2021. Ella P. Burr School and Mattanawcook Academy students will continue with in-person instruction. We continue to ask all families and staff to monitor students for any symptoms. All individuals should contact a health care provider if they develop symptoms. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions regarding student health can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Questions regarding scheduling or instruction should be directed to Mattanawcook Jr. High School at 794-8935. Sincerely, Jean M. Skorapa, Superintendent
5 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
January 22, 2021 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that we were notified today that an individual affiliated with seventh and eighth grade at Mattanawcook Jr. High School has tested positive for COVID-19. As with every positive COVID-19 case, the district is working directly with Maine DOE/CDC to determine the infectious period and contact tracing requirements, based on the impacted individual’s last day of attendance before developing symptoms or testing positive. Those who are impacted will be contacted. Due to the number of individuals in quarantine, grades 7 and 8 will have remote instruction through January 29, 2021. Grades 4-6, Ella P. Burr School, and Mattanawcook Academy students are not affected by this case and will have in-person instruction. We continue to ask all families and staff to monitor students for any symptoms. All individuals should contact a health care provider if they develop symptoms. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions for the school can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Jean Skorapa, Superintendent
5 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
January 19, 2021 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that we were notified today that an individual affiliated with Mattanawcook Jr. High School has tested positive for COVID-19. As with every positive COVID-19 case, the district is working directly with Maine DOE/CDC to determine the infectious period and contact tracing requirements, based on the impacted individual’s last day of attendance before developing symptoms or testing positive. Those who are impacted will be contacted. As this is an isolated event, Mattanawcook Jr. High School will continue to offer in-person instruction with a remote option for families. We continue to ask all families and staff to monitor students for any symptoms. All individuals should contact a health care provider if they develop symptoms. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions for the school can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Sincerely, Jean Skorapa, Superintendent
5 months ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
January 15, 2021 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that we were notified today that an individual affiliated with Mattanawcook Academy has tested positive for COVID-19. We have taken steps with our response team to follow Maine Center for Disease Control and Department of Education guidelines and will be notifying anyone who is considered a close contact. Any student or staff member who had direct exposure to the individual will be required to quarantine through January 22, 2021. Due to the number of individuals in quarantine, Mattanawcook Academy will have remote instruction next week. Ella P. Burr, Mattanawcook Jr. High School, and Region lll students are not affected by this case and will return to in-person instruction next week. As always, we continue to ask all families to monitor students for any symptoms. The same is true for our R.S.U. No. 67 staff. All individuals should contact a health care provider if they develop symptoms. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions for the school can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Sincerely, Jean M. Skorapa, Superintendent Jean Skorapa, Superintendent Regional School Unit 67 25 Reed Drive Lincoln, Maine 04457 207-794-6500
5 months ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
January 6, 2021 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: Happy New Year to the R.S.U. No. 67 Community! The start of the new year and the distribution of vaccines to fight COVID-19 gives us hope for improved health and a gradual return to normalcy. Our intention is to operate all schools in a hybrid/yellow model the week of January 11-15 and then return to in-person/green instruction with a remote option beginning on Tuesday, January 19. Please understand that this plan may have to be altered if positive cases occur in our schools that require significant quarantining, health markers deteriorate in our community, or the Department of Education changes the color designation for Penobscot County. The county color designation for operating schools is announced each Friday at noon. We will inform families as soon as possible should we need to alter our plan for opening for any reason. As a reminder, to further protect our staff and students, an additional protocol of temperature checks prior to entering school has been instituted. The additional mask wearing requirements issued by the Department of Education will be strictly enforced. Please reach out to your child’s building principal with specific questions regarding these protocols. In order to get our students back to in-person instruction full time, all the time, we must continue to work together as a community. Let’s show support for one another by practicing social distancing, wearing face coverings and practicing good hygiene. Sincerely, Jean Skorapa, Superintendent of Schools
6 months ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
Dear Parents, Staff, and Community Members, There continues to be an uptick of positive COVID 19 cases in our community. Although Mattanawcook Academy and Ella P. Burr have no known cases at this time, to protect the health and well-being of our staff and students, we will move to a remote learning model through January 8, 2020. I recognize this puts an additional burden on families, but the health and safety of all must be our priority at this time. Please reach out to your child's school if you have questions regarding material pick up. In order to get our students back to full in-person learning we must all work together to do part by social distancing, wearing face coverings, and practicing good hygiene. Stay healthy and well during the holiday break. Kind regards, Jean Skorapa, Superintendent
6 months ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
DECEMBER 12, 2020 Dear Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that an individual affiliated with Mattanawcook Jr. High School has tested positive for COVID-19. We have taken steps with our response team to follow Maine Centers for Disease Control and Department of Education guidelines and will be notifying anyone who is considered a close contact. Anyone who had direct exposure to the individual will be required to quarantine for 10 days. Due to the number of staff required to quarantine, Mattanawcook Jr. High School will be fully remote through vacation. COVID-19 is a respiratory illness that ranges from mild to severe. It can be more severe in adults 60 years and older and in those with underlying health conditions. The virus mainly spreads when an infected person coughs or sneezes and an uninfected person breathes in the virus. Signs and symptoms include: ●fever / chills ●new loss of taste / smell ●cough ●congestion / runny nose ●shortness of breath / difficulty breathing ●nausea / vomiting ●fatigue ●diarrhea ●muscle / body aches ●sore throat ●headache Please keep in mind that many things can cause respiratory illness, so students should be up-to-date on influenza and routine vaccinations. Maine CDC recommends prevention measures to help control the spread of COVID-19. These measures include proper handwashing with soap and warm water, which is especially important after using the bathroom, before / after eating, after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. When soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands and avoid close contact with people who are sick. Cover your cough or sneeze into a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions for the school can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Sincerely, Jean M. Skorapa, Superintendent
6 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
December 9, 2020 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: Over the last few weeks COVID-19 has become more real to people in our community. With the recent outbreak at Lakeview Terrace, and positive cases at Ella P. Burr School andMattanawcook Jr. High School, we now know COVID-19 is fully present in our area. Our positive thoughts go out to the residents and staff of Lakeview Terrace and others affected in our community, all of whom we wish the best in their recovery. In determining how to open schools next week until the school break, I reviewed available data and information from the county and state. In addition, I reached out to our school physician to provide input regarding the state of the virus in our local community. After carefully weighing this information, I have determined that all schools in R.S.U. No. 67 will open in a hybrid model of instruction from December 14-December 22. To further protect our staff and students, an additional protocol of temperature checks prior to entering school will be instituted beginning on Monday. The additional mask wearing requirements issued by the Department of Education will be strictly enforced. Please reach out to your child’s building principal with specific questions regarding these protocols. Data indicates that gatherings at Thanksgiving created an uptick in positive COVID-19 cases. In order to reduce the risk of potential exposure and protect the health and safety of staff and students, all R.S.U. No. 67 schools will provide remote instruction for one week (January 4-8) following the holiday break. We will return to hybrid instruction the following week and then reassess the situation. In order to get our students back to in-person instruction full time, we must continue to work together as a community. I wish our entire community a safe holiday. Sincerely, Jean Skorapa, Superintendent of Schools
6 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Remote Learning Plan 12-3-2020 RSU No. 67 will remain remote for the week of December 7th through December 11th. Packet pick-up for EPB and MJHS will be on Friday December 4th from 8 am to 5 pm. If you have any questions please call EPB at 794-3014 or MJHS at 794-8935. Fb on
7 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
November 30, 2020 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that we were notified today that an individual affiliated with Mattanawcook Jr. High School has tested positive for COVID-19. We have taken steps with our response team to follow Maine Centers for Disease Control and Department of Education guidelines and will be notifying anyone who is considered a close contact. Any student or staff member who had direct exposure to the individual will be required to quarantine until December 8, 2020. Individuals in quarantine will be contacted directly by CDC contact tracers and district personnel. COVID-19 is a respiratory illness that ranges from mild to severe. It can be more severe in adults 60 years and older and in those with underlying health conditions. The virus mainly spreads when an infected person coughs or sneezes and an uninfected person breathes in the virus. Signs and symptoms include: ●fever / chills ●new loss of taste / smell ●cough ●congestion / runny nose ●shortness of breath / difficulty breathing ●nausea / vomiting ●fatigue ●diarrhea ●muscle / body aches ●sore throat ●headache Please keep in mind that many things can cause respiratory illness, so students should be up-to-date on influenza and routine vaccinations. Maine CDC recommends prevention measures to help control the spread of COVID-19. These measures include proper handwashing with soap and warm water, which is especially important after using the bathroom, before / after eating, after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. When soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands and avoid close contact with people who are sick. Cover your cough or sneeze into a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions for the school can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Sincerely, Jean M. Skorapa, Superintendent
7 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
November 27, 2020 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: This letter is to inform you that we were notified today that an individual affiliated with Ella P. Burr School has tested positive for COVID-19. We have taken steps with our response team to follow Maine Centers for Disease Control and Department of Education guidelines to notify anyone who is considered a close contact. Any student or staff member who had direct exposure to the individual will be required to quarantine until December 8, 2020. Individuals in quarantine will be contacted directly by CDC contact tracers and district personnel. COVID-19 is a respiratory illness that ranges from mild to severe. It can be more severe in adults 60 years and older and in those with underlying health conditions. The virus mainly spreads when an infected person coughs or sneezes and an uninfected person breathes in the virus. Signs and symptoms include: ●fever / chills ●new loss of taste / smell ●cough ●congestion / runny nose ●shortness of breath / difficulty breathing ●nausea / vomiting ●fatigue ●diarrhea ●muscle / body aches ●sore throat ●headache Please keep in mind that many things can cause respiratory illness, so students should be up-to-date on influenza and routine vaccinations. Maine CDC recommends prevention measures to help control the spread of COVID-19. These measures include proper hand washing with soap and warm water, which is especially important after using the bathroom, before / after eating, after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. When soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands and avoid close contact with people who are sick. Cover your cough or sneeze into a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe. General questions regarding COVID-19 can be answered by calling 1-866-811-5695, you can text your zip code to 898-211, or email at info@211maine.org or by calling your primary care provider. More information can be found at www.maine/gov/dhhs/coronavirus or www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Questions for the school can be directed to Jeri Davis, RN by calling 794-6711 or by emailing: jdavis@rsu67.org. Sincerely, Jean M. Skorapa, Superintendent
7 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
During the week of November 30th meals will be distributed Monday (November 30), Wednesday (December 2) and Friday (December 4) from 10 am to 12 noon at Mattanawcook Academy, Chester Town Office and Mattawamkeag Town Office. Please call 794-6500 with any questions!
7 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
PLEASE VISIT THE NEWS SECTION OF THE DISTRICT WEBSITE FOR AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FROM SUPERINTENDENT SKORAPA. https://www.rsu67.org
7 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
November 13, 2020 Dear Staff, Parents, and Community Members: I am writing to you in response to the recent news regarding the rise in confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our state and county. At this time, there continue to be no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in our schools. However, out of an abundance of caution, beginning Monday, November 16, 2020, all R.S.U. No. 67 schools will operate in a hybrid model in which students attend school two days and have remote education three days. We will continue in this model up to the Thanksgiving break. R.S.U. No. 67 remains committed to providing a safe environment for our students to learn and our staff to work. I want to reassure you that the entire district will continue to follow all health protocols from the Maine Center for Disease Control and the Department or Education. We will continue to monitor the situation closely, keep parents/guardians informed, and make any adjustments to our learning environment and school plans as necessary. I ask for continued cooperation from our families and community to adhere to our health protocols. Face masks are required on R.S.U. No. 67 properties per the Governor’s Executive order. Families are reminded to continue to complete the self- screening assessment daily for their child to check for symptoms of COVID-19 prior to coming to school each day. Children who have any symptoms and/or are feeling unwell need to stay home. I would like to thank our families and students in advance for your support and continued engagement in learning during this time. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your child’s school. I appreciate your support and look forward to our continued work together as we navigate through this challenging time. Sincerely, Jean Skorapa, Superintendent of Schools
7 months ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
If you are interested in being a substitute or working in our RSU No. 67 schools, please check out the news article on the district website of a new partnership with Eastern Maine Community College and the Maine DOE to provide free training and support.
7 months ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
FRIDAY RELEASE CHANGE STARTING OCTOBER 16 Starting on Friday, October 16th, Friday release times will be as follows: Grades K-6 will release at 12:00 Grades 7-12 will release at 1:00
8 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Health Access Network will be holding a flu shot clinic at RSU No. 67 on October 15th. Forms will be sent home with students today.
9 months ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
The packet pick-up day for MJHS and EPB remote students will be on Mondays starting September 28th. MA will continue to use Friday as their packet pick-up day. If Monday is a holiday, packets can be picked up on Tuesday.
9 months ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
The Department of Education released the advisory color designation for Penobscot County today as "green." All schools in R.S.U. No. 67 will open in an in-person model with a remote option on Tuesday, September 8.
10 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Please visit the News section on the District website to read an important letter from Superintendent Skorapa! www.rsu67.org
10 months ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
The FAQ's for Parents has been updated with answers to the most recent questions located at the bottom of the document.
10 months ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
Remote Instruction Material Pick up Times! Ella P. Burr - September 4th, from 9 am to 12 noon. MJHS - September 4th, (By appointment only) please call 794-8935 to set up an appointment. MA - September 4th, from 11 am to 3 p.m.
10 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Please visit the News section of the District website for a very important message from Superintendent Skorapa! www.rsu67.org
10 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Please visit the News section of the District website for an important Transportation letter from Superintendent Skorapa. www.rsu67.org https://5il.co/jsgv
10 months ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
The FAQ for Parents is updated with answers to questions submitted by parents this week. Please be sure to visit the COVID-19 information section of the website to access the newest revision. We will continue to update every Friday with responses to submitted questions.
10 months ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
Please visit www.rsu67.org to read an important Back to School letter from Superintendent Skorapa.
11 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
There is a letter from Superintendent Skorapa under the News section of the district website.
11 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Pre-K Registration RSU No. 67 is currently accepting Pre-K registrations but due to school reopening requirements from the Maine Department of Education and Maine CDC space is limited. Please call Rose at 794-6500 ext. 1 with any questions.
11 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Please visit the district website News section to read a Back to School Communication letter from Superintendent Skorapa. www.rsu67.org
11 months ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Employment Opportunities are listed under the News section on the District website.
11 months ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
Parent/Guardian Survey: R.S.U. No. 67 needs your help planning for the 2020-2021 school year. School personnel will be calling each R.S.U. No. 67 family to update contact information and gain feedback about the opening of school for 2020-2021. It is important that we hear from all families. Your responses will be kept confidential and used only to assist planning for a successful return to learning in the fall.
11 months ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
Please visit the NEWS section of the RSU No. 67 website to read a letter from Superintendent Jean Skorapa.
12 months ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
Superintendent, Jean Skorapa, has shared a letter on the district news section of the website.
about 1 year ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
Please join RSU No. 67 for a virtual Public Hearing to discuss the 2020 - 2021 school budget! Wednesday, June 24, at 6:00 p.m. Click the link below to join the meeting. https://zoom.us/j/93882932361?...
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Due to COVID-19 and a recent executive order from Governor Mills, R.S.U. No. 67 will not have their annual budget meeting. Instead, on June 24th at 6:00 p.m., there will be a public hearing via Zoom to solicit public comment and questions on the FY21 budget. The link will be posted on the R.S.U. No. 67 website.
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
Congratulations Class of 2020. See the link in the news article to watch the graduation video
about 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
Congratulations to the MA Class of 2020. Participate in the live watch party of MA 2020 Graduation on Sunday. June 7th at 3 pm using this link: https://www.facebook.com/mabemazing
about 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
Kindergarten screening will occur in August this year. More information will be provided as the dates draw closer.
about 1 year ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
Due to the observance of Memorial Day on Monday, May 25th., meals will be available at all three sites on Tuesday and Thursday of next week. If you have any questions please call 794-6500
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Please visit the News section of the District Website for important information on Graduation for the Class of 2020!
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Please visit the news section of the district website for a letter from Superintendent Skorapa
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
RSU No. 67 will be serving meals to children 18 years and younger on Monday and Thursday during April break at Mattawcook Academy and the municipal lots in Chester and Mattawamkeag from 10:30-12:30. Food pantry items will be available at all sites on Thursday.
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Just a friendly reminder that tomorrow April 17th from 7:30 am to 2:30 pm Learning Packets and Personal Items will be distributed at EPB and MJHS.
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Please visit the news section of the RSU No. 67 website at www.rsu67.org for important information on packet and meal distribution.
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
We are very sorry to announce that the MA meal site is out of student meals. However, we do have food pantry items still available for pick up. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please call 794-6500 if you have any questions or concerns. See you on Monday!
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
There is an Important Update from Superintendent Jean Skorapa under the NEWS section of the District Website.
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Attention Parents! Please visit the NEWS section of the District Website for Parent Resources!
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Learning Packet Pick Up Reminder! Tomorrow, Tuesday, March 31 from 7:30 am to 2:30 pm at each school. Please remain in your car and a staff member will assist you. If you have any questions please call 794-6500 and leave a message and we will return your call right away!
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Meals on Wheels was a huge success. Visit the district website to view pictures and meal pick up information.
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Learning Packet Pick up information is on the website. Please find the letter from Superintendent Skorapa under the news section!
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Please visit the news section of the RSU No. 67 website for an update on student learning packets.
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Important COVID-19 Update 3-24-2020 Please visit the district website to read a letter from Superintendent Jean Skorapa
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Please visit the news section of the RSU No. 67 website for the latest update on lunch distribution.
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Meal Distribution Beginning on Wed., March 25, 2020, breakfast and lunch “to go” meals are available from 10:30 – 12:30 on Mon.,Wed. & Fri.at MA,& the Parking lots of the Chester Town Office & the Mattawamkeag Municipal Buildings. Each day students will receive meals for two days
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Learning Material Distribution Learning materials for the extended school closure may be picked up on Wednesday, March 25th, from 7:00 a.m. – 1:00 outside of your child’s school. Please wait in your car, and an R.S.U. No. 67 staff member will assist you in collecting the work
about 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Please visit the news section of the District website for an important update from Superintendent Jean Skorapa.
over 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
QUESTIONS or CONCERNS WE ARE HERE FOR YOU! If you have any questions or concerns please call the District Office at 794-6500 and leave a message and someone will return your call.
over 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Please visit the NEWS sections of the RSU No. 67 District Website to read an update on school closures from Superintendent Jean Skorapa
over 1 year ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
Be sure to check out the March 15th update in the news section of the website. It provides more information about accessing remote learning packets and the next two weeks.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
Please visit the RSU No. 67 Website for important updates on COVID-19
over 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Please visit the District website often to review health updates from RSU No. 67 Superintendent Jean Skorapa
over 1 year ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
Two Mattanawcook Academy students took first place in the 2020 Maine 3D Design Challenge, Saturday. Congratulations to Gianna and Solomon for their win.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
Friday, March 20, 2020 will be a Regular School Day
over 1 year ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
Thank you to all the community organizations who donated funds to allow the Ella Burr to obtain copies of a local author and illustrator's book. Check out the news on the EPB site and district site for more information.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
No school in RSU 67 today, February 27th.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
The Maine DOE will be recognizing RSU No. 67 students on February 28th for Visual and Performing Arts. Please see our news article on the district website for more information.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
The national #LoveTeaching Campaign launched on February 14th. Check out our news for a video from the Maine Department of Education
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
All after school activities for tonight, February 13th, are cancelled.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
There is a two-hour delay today, February 10th.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
All schools in RSU 67 are closed today, February 7th.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
ALL AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ARE CANCELLED TODAY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2020 & THERE WILL BE NO AFTERNOON 4 YEAR-OLD PROGRAM!
over 1 year ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
We have become aware that a Maine business received an email threat, with specific schools identified as targets. No schools in R.S.U. 67 were named in the threat. Please see the district site for more information.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
February 1st starts the Maine DOE's Read to ME Challenge. Check out the news story on the district site for more information.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
All after school activities for January 16th are cancelled due to the weather.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
The 3D Doodler after school club at EPB is quite a success. This week marked the first week of 2nd and 3rd graders participating. Check out the news article for more information.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
MA students shared the holiday spirit with residents at Colonial Health Care singing a variety of songs.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
Grade 2 students completed their Pennies for Angels service learning project. Their efforts allowed them to purchase gifts for 43 kids. Check out the website for pictures and more information.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
Sarah Hainer
12/17/19: The bus to the Swingles Christmas show at the Collins Center has been cancelled due to inclement weather. We have tickets available if students have their own ride. Please give us a call if you'd like tickets and plan to pick them up by 3:30. The show begins at 7pm.
over 1 year ago, Sarah Hainer
RSU 67
Students in grades 5-9 participated in a combined math competition at MJHS today with four other area schools. Thank you to all the guest scorers for correcting tests, to those who organized the event, and to the area schools who participated.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
Mattanawcook Junior High students, under the guidance of art teacher Jennifer Antes, have been selected to showcase their work at the State House in Augusta during the Maine Visual Arts Education Showcase.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
Students in the 5th grade just finished up a unit on Native Americans by creating a project that reflected their learning about an aspect of Native American culture. Check out the news and gallery for photos.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
Early Kindergarten and Kindergarten students enjoyed a Thanksgiving Feast with their families after learning about life in Plymouth Plantation. Lunch was served by RSU 67 staff and volunteers. Check out the gallery on the website and news for some pictures.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
RSU No. 67 will have a two-hour delay this morning, Tuesday, November 19, 2019.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
After school Activities Cancelled! All after school activities today Monday November 18, 2019 are cancelled due to the freezing rain that is predicted late this afternoon.
over 1 year ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
RSU No. 67 Surplus Property R.S.U. No. 67 has designated surplus. The list below outlines all surplus property available for purchase. If you are interested in any or all of the surplus property listed, please call Mr. David Ham, R.S.U. No. 67 Facilities Director at 794-6500, by Wednesday, November 20, 2019. 100 adjustable student desks - $5.00 per desk 12 adult metal cushioned chairs - $5.00 per chair
over 1 year ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
Mattanawcook Academy held its National Honor Society Induction ceremony last night, November 5. Check out the news section on the district site for more information and a picture of MA's National Honor Society members.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
Students from MA's culinary program provided five different types of harvest cookies with apple cider for the culminating ukulele class as part of the RSU 67 adult education program. The class members were also joined by the community ukulele group, The StrumDingers.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
October is Bullying Prevention Month. "The purpose of this campaign is to increase collaboration among all stakeholders with the shared goal of ending bullying, in all of its forms. This is done by increasing awareness of what bullying is, its prevalence in our schools and communities and the impacts that it can have on those effected" (NSBA Connect Center for Safe Schools, n.d.). Check out the RSU 67 News section for more information and website resources.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
We’re thrilled to announce Regional School Unit 67’s new app! Access sports scores, cafeteria menus, news updates, even emergency notifications! Download the app on Android: http://bit.ly/2MYC8uJ or iPhone: https://apple.co/2MXrvZh.
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
MA Teacher, Holly Leighton, is featured on the September 16th issue of the Meartsed Blog by Argy Nestor. Be sure to check it out at this link: https://meartsed.wordpress.com/page/1/
over 1 year ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
DISMISSAL TIME IS AT 1:30 TODAY, AUGUST 30, 2019 Please note: All EK through Grade 2 Students must have someone at home to get them off the bus.
almost 2 years ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Bus Routes 2019-2020 Bus routes are listed under News on our District Website and they are listed on our Districts Facebook page.
almost 2 years ago, Rose Clark
Heather Rockwell
The Maine Department of Education releases the newest Report Card. Please see the ESEA section of our website for the link or check out the link on our news feed.
almost 2 years ago, Heather Rockwell
Rose Clark
Last Student Day is Friday June 14, 2019. All Students will be dismissed at 11:30 am. Enjoy your Summer!
about 2 years ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Don't forget to come out tonight to the Meet & Greet for our incoming Superintendent Jean Skorapa. 3 to 5 pm has been reserved for faculty and staff and 5 to 7 pm has been reserved for our communities. Lite refreshments will be served!
about 2 years ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week. Thank you for all you do. You make a difference every day. We are grateful to have such a tremendous group of professionals.
about 2 years ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
District Wellness Fair is Monday, May 6th from 5-7 in the MA gym and cafeteria. Everyone is welcome to attend. It is an event for all ages including some outdoor fun.
about 2 years ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
Snow Day Make Up! All students will need to attend school on Saturday, May 11, 2019 and Saturday June 1, 2019. All students will be dismissed at 11:30 am on both make up days.
about 2 years ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
Congratulations to Patrice Turner who received the 2019 Martin Gallant Distinguished Counseling Professional Award last night at the Maine Counseling Association Annual Conference. This is recognition well-deserved.
about 2 years ago, RSU 67
Rose Clark
EPB Students Present - Cry Wolf Performance - Date: March 29 Time: 6:00 pm Place: EPB Gymnasium
about 2 years ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
How do you like our new website? We hope you are enjoying it as much as we are. Need us to add anything? We love suggestions! Don't hesitate to call us at 794-6500 with any suggestions you may have.
over 2 years ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
RSU No. 67 mobile app is live. Download today to get the latest notifications!
over 2 years ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
March 8, 2019, will be a regular student day instead of a workshop day. This is due to the number of snow days we currently have used. Thank you in advance for your understanding!
over 2 years ago, Rose Clark
Rose Clark
Join us for RSU No. 67 School Board Meeting this Wednesday, February 6th at 7:00 p.m. in the MA Library
over 2 years ago, Rose Clark
RSU 67
During February, be sure to participate in the Maine Literacy Read to ME Challenge
over 2 years ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
We're excited to be rolling out new features and a more active website - stay tuned for more content and regular updates
over 2 years ago, RSU 67
RSU 67
Welcome to our new website!
over 2 years ago, RSU 67