Regional School Unit 63

Clifton - Eddington - Holden

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  • Affirmative Action Officer

     Jesse Gauthier
    202 Kidder Hill Road
    207-843-0702
    jgauthier@rsu63.org

  • Title IX Coordinator

    Jesse Gauthier
    202 Kidder Hill Road
    207-843-0702
    jgauthier@rsu63.org

Announcements

  • Grant Awarded! Accelerating Promising Practices for Small Libraries

    RSU 63 received a competitive, federal grant for $49,711 from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. This year (2019-20), the grant will allow us to purchase some new furniture for the Holbrook, Holden, and Eddington libraries and add library instruction at the Eddington and Holden Schools. Next year (2020-21), we will be able to have additional after school programs at the Holden School. Yay Ms. Hardy!

    Accelerating Promising Practices

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  • District and School Reports

    Each year the Maine Department of Education issues a report for each district.  These reports summarize state assessments and other data for students in Grades 3-8 and 11.  The report also contains information about teacher qualifications.  State law requires those to be made available to the community.  The ESSA Dashboard at the Maine Department of Education allows you to review report cards for schools and districts across the state, including those in RSU 63. 

    We are proud to continue to perform above the state average in literacy and math while spending less per pupil than the state average.

    ESEA Dashboard

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District News

  • CHEFS Schedule

    CHEFS (Clfifton, Holden, Eddington Food Support) continues its schedule of every Thursday evening from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. CHEFS is also open the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. If you or someone you know is in need of additional food, please come!

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  • RSU 63 Mission and Vision Statements

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  • Bullying/Harassing Concern Report Information

    Holden, Eddington, and Holbrook Schools all promote, recognize, and expect positive behavior. Our expectations are taught through our Core Values; Honesty, Kindness, Respect, Responsibility, Compassion, and Courage. Students are recognized for making good choices in a variety of ways including gold slips, kudos cards, and “Busted” slips. We are also aware that incidents of bullying and harassment have a negative impact on school climate and culture as well as academic achievement. This year we have added an online, anonymous reporting system. CLICK ON HEADLINE LINK TO READ MORE.

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