Update from April 14th on Moving to Remote Learning District Wide April 15th & 16th:


Dear RSU #74 School Community,


Please be advised that due to shortages in staffing RSU #74 will move to Remote Learning for the remainder of this week (April 15th and 16th), please keep in mind that Friday is a regularly scheduled early release day.


Although this change is NOT directly related to any COVID-19 case or outbreak within our school district, the increased cases regionally have impacted staffing. Teachers will be in touch with students via email, Google Classroom or Seesaw.


Please use our last storm pack for tomorrow’s school meal, and if you would like a school meal (breakfast and lunch) for Friday, please indicate so here: http://bit.ly/April14-74.


Our schools remain safe and open, and in the event that you have any questions or concerns please contact your child’s school with any questions. We recognize that this has been a tough year, and hope everyone gets some well deserved rest and relaxation over April Vacation next week.


Thank you,


Mike Tracy

Superintendent of Schools



If you are a remote learning and experiencing technical difficulties or have questions our Technology Help Desk hours are 12 PM to 7 PM and the phone number is: 207 635-3249

Kindergarten Registration is now open!


Kindergarten Registration Notice

Update from April 7th:

Please see this COVID-19 update from Mr. Tracy:


Please contact your child's school if you have any questions.

Update from March 8th:

For all School District Transportation Purposes Please be Advised:

Mud Season is upon us as you know the dirt roads deteriorate quickly with the thaw/freeze cycle. Due to this, the district may deem it necessary to restrict travel on some of the dirt roads throughout our area. You will be notified the night before if your location is affected.

Thank you for your patience and understanding


Message from February 23rd:

As a reminder, the way we are offering meals to children is a bit different this year. Meals are offered to students in school, at home working remotely or those students working in a hybrid combination of these models.

The complimentary meals, free of charge to all families, are being offered as part of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) emergency meal program - a response to the pandemic. The emergency meal program ensures compliance with the required law of offering meals on educational days but has more flexibilities than the federal School Lunch Program. Such flexibilities, in the form of USDA waivers, have enabled more and more children to receive free, healthy meals during this time of challenge.

Under this emergency program we are allowed to serve one FREE breakfast and one FREE lunch daily to anyone age 0 to 18.

To request information about the emergency meal program or inquire about receiving free meals, please contact the Food Service Director’s Office at 635-2727 x5.

Message from February 12th:

Please see this link with information on the latest from the Maine CDC Travel Advisory:

https://www.maine.gov/doe/sites/maine.gov.doe/files/2021-02/Travel%20advisory%20language%20spring%202021.pdf


Update from January 25th:

Welcome back!

We are grateful for everyone’s patience last week!


We want everyone to know that this was the first time we had to go fully remote and try out the protocols that we have developed. Although it wasn’t perfect, we will learn from this experience and work out the glitches so that the process will go more smoothly in the event that we have to move to remote learning again in the future.


As a reminder in-person instruction will resume officially on Tuesday, January 26th. We would like to also remind you that if your children ride the bus, please have them dress appropriately for the weather. Due to CDC guidelines, 4 windows must remain down on the buses, so it will get chilly at times. Also, masks must be worn at all times on the bus.

Additionally, we continue to follow the 6 requirements for in-person learning:

A. Symptom Screening each morning

B. Wearing our mask

C. Washing our hands

D. Keep our distance (3 feet student to student, 6 feet for adults)

E. Wearing PPE gear when necessary

F. Having a plan for returning to school after illness


Thank you again,

Mike Tracy

Superintendent of RSU #74

Update from January 20th:

General COVID Response Public Letter.docx

Update from January 18th:

RSU 74 Remote Learning January 19th

Update from January 17th:

COVID-19 Positive Case Letter January 17th, 2021.docx

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