RSU #74 Mission Statement

The school community of RSU #74 will work together to raise the aspirations of all students by providing them with lifelong learning skills so that they may become self-sufficient contributing members of society.




Staff Spotlight


January Staff Spotlight


Patricia Theberge



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Mrs. Theberge is a beautifully wrapped package of all of the things that make a great teacher.  She is a gift to our students and our school. Mrs. Theberge shows kindness to her students, colleagues, parents and those around her.  She models the characteristic of compassion on a daily basis and as a result her students become more open to the world around them. Her smile is truly a beaming ray of sunshine and can brighten even the most gloomy days for her students.  

One of the most difficult traits for a teacher can be keeping a positive attitude.  Mrs. Theberge not only keeps a positive attitude but works to instill that in her students.  She bridges gaps and builds relationships, friendships, and a community among her students and the school.

When PBIS(Positive Behavioral Intervention System) was introduced in our school.  Mrs. Theberge jumped in right from the start and was an active member through the whole process of creating our program.  She carries out the expectations of the program every day with the students.

Her classroom expectations are no secret.  From day one, Mrs. Theberge sets the expectations and models them throughout the school year.  She is active in working with students to improve their academics, behaviors and health. She is a coach for our 5210 program here and runs the Mighty Milers every morning where the students stay active and gain points and rewards and get exercise.  

Mrs. Theberge has a talent of uncovering hidden treasures, possibilities and magic right before everyone’s eyes.  Even with the smallest of resources, she helps her students create thoughtful gifts for parents and staff members, helping students gain the understanding of how good it can feel to give.  

There is no true way to fully sum up all of Mrs. Theberges’ wonderful talents and attributes but we are completely blessed to have her on our team.  





Winter Kids Go for Gold



Superintendent Newsletter




Winter Concert will be on
January 15th at 6:00 PM at
Carrabec Community School
  

Congratulations to Candy LeBeau

Candy received the 2018 School Champion of the Year Award for the Move More Kids Program. Move More Kids has 20 school champions in Somerset County and this award is given to a champion who goes above and beyond in representing the Move More Kids Program in their school. She is very deserving! J







Congratulations Carrabec High School!