Jim Hand
Mr. Nadeau’s class are dissecting pigs and measuring the brain. #gomustangs
about 1 hour ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Mr. Laciano and the MHS Band off to a great start for a winter concert! #gomustangs
about 13 hours ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
US History students are engaged in a gallery walk. #gomustangs
about 13 hours 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
about 16 hours 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.
about 18 hours 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.
about 18 hours 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.
1 day ago, Cindy Pellerin
Catherine Poulin
Alfred Elementary second graders working collaboratively as engineers to design a package for the bean plant that they grew!
2 days 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.
3 days ago, Matt Kearns
Jim Hand
The MHS Student Council is doing a great job with the blood drive! #gomustangs
3 days 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.
3 days 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
3 days ago, Jim Hand
Vanessa Richardson
Kitchen Elves are ready for the Holiday Breakfast today at Waterboro Elementary School!
4 days 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!
6 days 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!!
7 days 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
7 days 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
8 days 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 days 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 days ago, Larry Malone
Larry Malone
This is a message from RSU 57 Central Office. There will be no school in RSU 57 today.
11 days 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.
14 days 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.
17 days 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.
17 days 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!
17 days 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!
17 days ago, Mrs. Jeannette
Jim Hand
Thank you Rep. Heidi Sampson for helping our students with learning how a bill becomes a law. #gomustangs
17 days ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Our choir sounds great! Looking forward to the concert. #gomustangs
17 days ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Making breakfast in our Work Experience Program. #gomustangs
17 days ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
The band is preparing for the upcoming concert! It will be a treat. #gomustangs
17 days 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
18 days 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!
18 days 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
18 days 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!)
18 days 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.
21 days 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.
21 days 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
21 days 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!
21 days 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.
21 days 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.
21 days 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.
21 days 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!!
22 days ago, Catherine Poulin
Catherine Poulin
PreK starting our day cooking something yummy in the kitchen!
23 days 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
24 days ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Hats off to the Drama Cast for the tremendous rendition of “Little Women”!!!! #gomustangs
27 days ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Thank you @carafiller for speaking to our students through the Choices Matter Program. #gomustangs
28 days 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
28 days 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!
30 days ago, Angela Madigan
Jim Hand
NJROTC and Cdr. Donlon makes us proud once again at the annual inspection. #gomustangs
30 days 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!
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Sgt Richardson came in to Mrs. Richards class al Lyman Elementary to teach them about Veterans Day today!
about 1 month ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
Thank you Mrs. Sobanik for putting this 5210 display! #gomustangs
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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!!!
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Some more Marine Biology pictures
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month ago, RSU #57 Professional Growth
Jim Hand
It’s college awareness month at MHS. #gomustangs
about 1 month ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Please help us reduce sugary drinks at school.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
November is College Awareness Month at MHS. #gomustangs
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month ago, Catherine Poulin
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary has the best bus drivers! Thanks Kira, the kids and the staff loved your costume today!!!!!
about 1 month ago, Cindy Pellerin
Matt Kearns
Some Transportation Department Halloween Spirit!
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Jim Hand
RSU 57
MMS BASKETBALL TRYOUTS!!
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
Mustangs move on with a 3-2 win to advance to the Southern Maine Championship game! #gomustangs
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Jim Hand
Cindy Pellerin
Lyman Elementary students in Mrs. Walsh's class are having a blast learning about coding in our Makerspace.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month ago, Cindy Pellerin
Catherine Poulin
Meet our AES costume contest winners...
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
Mrs. Carrol’s class engaged in a lively debate about nuclear power! #gomustangs
about 1 month 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
about 1 month ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
Fantastic performances from staff and students at the Coffee House. #gomustangs #mustangstrong
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
Up 2-0 at the half. #gomustangs
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month ago, RSU #57 Central Office
Catherine Poulin
A special lunch visit with our local fire fighters!
about 1 month 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:)
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month ago, Cindy Pellerin
Jim Hand
Check out Savannah’s finished piece! #gomustangs
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
Check out Abby’s finished piece! #gomustangs
about 1 month ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Our students have successfully created robots I’m Mr. Swett’s class. One of them went 486 feet! #gomustangs
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
We are excited to announce that November is college awareness month. #gomustangs
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month 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...
about 1 month ago, Catherine Poulin
Brendan Scully
Tomorrow's Middle School Cross Country meet has been moved to Monday 10-21. Meet time is 4pm
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month ago, Matt Kearns
Jim Hand
More Salem pics
about 1 month ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
77 of our students are having fun while learning in Salem! #gomustangs
about 1 month ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Antony Smith came to visit before he leaves for Japan. #gomustangs
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month ago, Line Elementary School
Jim Hand
Our field hockey Mustangs wear pink for a cure! #gomustangs
2 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU #57 Central Office
Please join us!
2 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
2 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
2 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Preparing for the Homecoming Pep Rally #gomustangs
2 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
2 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Homecoming hallways part 2 #gomustangs
2 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Homecoming hallways part 1 #gomustangs
2 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
2 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
It's spirit week for Homecoming. Yesterday was Twin Day! #gomustangs
2 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
2 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Thank you Tyler for your act of kindness! #gomustangs
2 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Mr. Laciano is getting the band ready for Homecoming #gomustangs
2 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
2 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
2 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!
2 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!
2 months ago, Catherine Poulin
Jim Hand
A well deserved iced coffee reward. Hard work pays off for Lacey. #gomustangs
2 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Hands on learning at MHS! #gomustangs
2 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!
2 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
2 months ago, Jim Hand
Line Elementary School
This is a reminder that the Line PTC fundraiser is due tomorrow.
2 months ago, Line Elementary School
Jim Hand
Mr. Laich is showing the great work being done with STEAM at the CSforAll conference @educatemaine #gomustangs
2 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).
2 months ago, Line Elementary School
Jim Hand
Thank you Atlantic Federal Credit Union for your generous donation of $1,144.81 to food services!
2 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
2 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.
2 months ago, Barbara Gauvin
Jim Hand
Our students are welding. #gomustangs
2 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Our SUCCESS students are rebuilding a radio controlled car! # gomustangs
2 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Our students engage in Project Adventure in order to learn about teamwork, communication and much more! #gomustangs
2 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!
2 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!
2 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
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Kelly Grantham
Novel Engineering at work today in Ms. Townsend’s 6th grade Language Arts class. #STEAM
3 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!
3 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
3 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.
3 months 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.
3 months 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.
3 months ago, Line Elementary School
Angela Scully
MMS Field Hockey players supporting their friend this afternoon. #bravelikebella #bellastrong #gomustangs
3 months ago, Angela Scully
Jim Hand
Thank you to Kaitlyn Doyle for helping a fellow student out! #gomustangs
3 months 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!
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
13-6 win over the Rams! #gomustangs
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Great job by MAYFC and MHS Cheering squads! @rsu57mustangs #gomustangs
3 months 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.
3 months 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.
3 months 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.
3 months 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!
3 months ago, Vanessa Richardson
Vanessa Richardson
MHS Kitchen Staff & Building Administrators hard at work today preparing the Maine Harvest Lunch for students to enjoy!
3 months 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!
3 months 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.
3 months 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!
3 months 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!
3 months ago, Angela Scully
Barbara Gauvin
Adult Education offered a Substitute Teacher Training course. Look at all the future subs for RSU 57!
3 months ago, Barbara Gauvin
Jim Hand
Bella Caruolo sang the National Anthem before MHS takes on Marshwood #gomustangs
3 months 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.
3 months 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!
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Mustangs take on Cheverus. Great night for a soccer game! #gomustangs
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Vanessa Richardson
Chicken, Bacon & Ranch Entree Salads available at Massabesic High School!
3 months 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.
3 months ago, RSU #57
Jim Hand
Congratulations to our Alum Andrew Hayes for becoming a Marine! We are proud of you. #gomustangs #mustangstrong
3 months 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.
3 months ago, RSU 57
Jim Hand
Mrs. Blair and her students are problem solving in Geometry #gomustangs
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Well done to Rachael for explaining elements, compounds, and mixtures to the rest of the Accelerated Chemistry Class #gomustangs
3 months 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!
3 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
Students actively learning in 2D Design #gomustangs
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Mrs. Martin-Moore is showing the class how a 45-45-90 triangle works #gomustangs
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Great conversation about how the parts of a small engine work #gomustangs
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Students dissecting squid in Marine Biology #gomustangs
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Having fun learning in Accelerated Biology Animal Science #gomustangs
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Students learning about protons and neutrons with Mr. Nadeau. #gomustangs
3 months 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
3 months ago, Kelly Grantham
Jim Hand
MHS 2 - Windham 1 at the half
3 months 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
3 months 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!
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
The girls take on Marshwood. #gomustangs
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Thanks to the girls soccer teams for the new plaque in the corral. #gomustangs
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
#gomustangs Great afternoon for cross country!
3 months 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
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Check this out...we have several Alumni making us proud. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zk0l4fhV0AE
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Great night for golf for Mustangs and Spartans #gomustangs
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Mrs. Stephenson & Mrs. Suttie are on bus duty this afternoon! #gomustangs
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Thank you Eric for stepping up and helping a fellow Mustang! #gomustangs
3 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
3 months 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
3 months 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.
3 months ago, RSU 57
Jim Hand
So excited to welcome Class of 2023! #gomustangs
3 months ago, Jim Hand
RSU 57
3 months ago, RSU 57
RSU 57
RSU #57 school board meeting tonight! Agenda link (https://5il.co/9pj5)
4 months 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.
4 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
The boys soccer team travelled to Gray for a play day this weekend.
4 months ago, Jim Hand
Kevin Perkins
School Board Agenda August 28, 2019
4 months 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.
4 months ago, Jim Hand
Jim Hand
Excited to work with new MHS teachers today!
4 months 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
4 months 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.
4 months ago, RSU 57
Jim Hand
RSU 57 Prek Teachers Train Fellow Educators on Research-based Prek Practice mainedoenews.net/2019/08/14/rsu…
4 months 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.
4 months ago, Brendan Scully
RSU 57
NEW MOBILE APP!!
4 months 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.
4 months ago, RSU 57
RSU 57
Important School Bus Route Information. https://www.rsu57.org/article/123846?org=rsu-57 … View image on Twitter
4 months 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.
4 months 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.
7 months 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…
7 months ago, Kevin Perkins