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

February Staff Spotlight

Paul Thompson

Mr. Thompson has worked in public education for 40 years, all at Carrabec.  In fact, he retired and was convinced to return when we suddenly lost a staff member.  Following the long term subbing, he was hired to fill the position full time, returning to the position he left only two years earlier.  Despite his many years in education, he is still on top of his game. At the end of this year, he will be at Carrabec for 42 ½ years.

Mr. Thompson has been referred to as “older than dirt”.  Truth be told, that can be considered as a compliment. As one of the senior staff at the high school, one might think he was past his prime, nothing could be further from the truth.  He has embraced the standards based education and is setting the “standard” as to how to do it correctly. He is a true educational leader.

Mr. Thompson is also the 5210 champion for the high school.  He leads weekly walks with the student body. In this realm of personal fitness, I have heard him referred to as “a freak of nature”.  This again is an off handed compliment. For being “older than dirt”, he is in better physical shape then many people less than half his age.  He is truly a positive example of how to do things correctly and live a great life.

Mr. Thompson can frequently be heard/found in search of whoever’s birthday it might be.  With his guitar in hand and his entire class in tow, he will find the staff member or student and in his best voice, sing his rendition of happy birthday.  He brings smiles to all who hear him and his traveling troupe.

Paul is a great part of the staff at Carrabec High School!  We are lucky to have him and glad he came back!

Congratulations, Mr. T!

Winter Kids Go for Gold

Superintendent Newsletter

RSU 59 & RSU 74 Joint Workshop Feedback

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!