All after school activities in RSU 64 are cancelled today, Tuesday, January 16, 2024. Please stay safe!
CCES Power Update: The power has been restored. Have a great night, everyone.
CCES Power Update: We've been told by Versant that power should be restored within 1-2 hours of the time of the outage as they work to repair a damaged pole. The school is operating on the generator and we will not be dismissing early.
We have lost power at CCES. Versant is unsure of the cause but is evaluating. There are 1700 customers impacted. The school is currently running on the generator. No plans to dismiss early at this point but we will continue to assess next steps as we move through the afternoon.
Although snow totals were less than predicted overnight, we are concerned about the timing of the change over to rain this morning and what it will do to the dirt roads in the district, making them very slippery for the morning commute. Also, thankfully, we did not yet get the power outages as were predicted however, the National Weather Service is indicating wind gusts will continue throughout the morning and the potential for power outages still exist. Therefore, there is no school in RSU 64 today, Wednesday, January 10, 2024. Please stay safe.
At this time, all three schools in RSU 64 have power. We are planning to have school tomorrow. See you soon!
Due to continued power outages, there is no school in RSU 64 today, Wednesday, December 20, 2023. Please stay safe!
Please be aware our afternoon bus runs may take longer than usual given the current weather conditions and routes that may need to be changed at the last minute. Thank you for your patience. Getting kids home safely is our first priority.
All afterschool activities in RSU 64 have been canceled for this afternoon. Please stay safe!
Today was filled with excitement at CHS and one of those things has been in the works for a few months now. Our new greenhouse was delivered and set up. A few tweaks need to be made but all in all we couldn't be happier. In the spring our Middle school and High school life skills students will begin growing vegetables! We are so excited to get started!
Please be aware, bus drop off this afternoon may be delayed in some areas due to road closures. The significant rainfall yesterday has created some challenging rerouting. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Due to the forecasted snow, there is no school in RSU 64 today, Monday, December 4, 2023. Please stay safe!
The future class of 2037 gathered together last night to celebrate Friendsgiving to have a chance to meet each other and develop relationships as they begin their educational journey with each other.
Due to driver shortages this morning, some buses may be a bit later in picking up students today. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
It is expected tomorrow's temperatures will be in the mid 80's again. Please make sure students are dressed appropriately for the weather conditions. Please no heavy hooded sweatshirts as they are too warm both inside and outside the buildings. Thank you!
Staff are working hard to develop their individual skill sets surround behavior management strategies to best meet all students needs.
The past two days have been rooted in professional development as staff made their way back from summer break. Teacher leaders and administrators, along with a literacy consultant have led the way with this development. We are excited to see everyone tomorrow on the first day of school!
New Teachers started today!! Welcome to RSU 64! We are so glad you are here!
Central Track Club had their end of season gathering this afternoon at Peaks Kenny to get awards and celebrate together. Thank you to the coaches (Mike Viani, Peter Marsh and Chris Cook) for restarting this program for our community. Incoming kindergarten students through high school volunteers spent their summer developing and honing their skills. Be on the lookout next year for signups to join in and be a part of the Central Track Club!
Our administrative team has spent the past 3 days collaborating with other leaders around the area at Orono High School for the Danielson Institute. This professional development will be used to create a more efficient, effective and calibrated approach to our professional growth and development.