Regional School Unit 24

Upcoming Events

RSU 24 Board of Directors Meeting
Date: 8/4/2015, 6:30 PM
Location: To be held at the District Services Facility, 2165 US Highway 1 in Sullivan
RSU 24 Board of Directors Meeting
Date: 8/18/2015, 6:30 PM
Location: To be held at the District Services Facility, 2165 US Highway 1 in Sullivan
First Day Back to School
Date: 8/31/2015
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News and Announcements

RSU #24 District Services Facility closed on Monday, July 27

The RSU #24 District Services Facility will be closed on Monday, July 27th, due to pavement construction that will make the driveway and parking lot inaccessible. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. The office will reopen on Tuesday, July 28th.

District Offices are Moving

The district offices are moving from the Mill Mall to our District Services Facilities in Sullivan. The move should be complete during the week of June 29th. During this transition it will be best to use email communication with office staff rather than fax or phone contact. Please check the district website for updates as we will post new phone numbers when they are operational.

The new address will be Regional School Unit 24, 2165 US Highway 1, Sullivan, ME 04664

Our transportation department will be relocating at the end of the month and should be at the Sullivan facility for July 1st.

Thank you for your patience as we make this transition.

RSU 24 Budget Approved by Voters

Thank you to everyone who supported our schools through attending our district budget meeting and voting at Tuesday's referendum. Your support is appreciated and will allow us to provide quality education to students across our nine communities.

Grant Funds Provide Equipment for District Classrooms

This past year, RSU 24 received funding from the NCLB Title VI Rural and Low-Income Grant. This grant provided the opportunity for the district to purchase $16,538 worth of technology equipment. Apple TV’s, projectors, document cameras and mounting equipment are just a few of the items that have been installed in classrooms in each school throughout the district. This project has given our students improved and more visible access to the curriculum material being presented within their classrooms.

RSU 24 Nationally Recognized for their work with Instructional Rounds

The Title I Monitor is the oldest, most respected monthly publication focusing exclusively on the federal Title I program — the largest source of federal assistance for elementary and secondary education. The May 2015 issue has an article focusing on RSU 24 and our Instructional Rounds process that stems from information drawn out of Nicole Chan, Kim Bianco and Erica Mazzeo's presentation at the National Title I Conference in February 2015.

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Mission Statement

The mission of RSU 24 is educating students to be engaged, competent, life-long learners by ensuring opportunities to attain excellence.

Our Vision

Our School Climate and Culture includes
  • An environment that supports the physical and emotional health of all students and staff.
  • State-of-the-art facilities that are inviting and conducive to learning.
  • Support for students to meet academic and behavioral expectations that are clearly communicated and consistently enforced.
  • Caring and trusting relationships where differences are respected.
  • Visible recognition and celebration of success.

Our High Expectations of Teaching and Learning are demonstrated by
  • Common, rigorous and viable curriculum that meets the need of all students.
  • High quality teachers who inspire students, use data to inform instruction and continuously improve their craft.
  • Learning environments that challenge and promote high academic and behavioral standards for all.
  • An accountability system that is data driven and provides evaluative measures of teacher and student performance.
  • Providing multiple pathways to achieve mastery of standards and basic life skills.

Our Collaboration with our Communities is demonstrated through
  • All stakeholders (parents, students, staff, community and board) consistently work together and share resources to attain common goals.
  • Recognition that the RSU includes both the larger community and local schools with individual strengths, all of which benefit from each other.
  • Utilization of community resources RSU-wide including community agencies and students themselves.
  • An awareness that schools need the community as much as the community needs the schools.
  • Frequent, open, sustained communication with all stakeholders of the RSU.

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Strategic Planning

Strategic Planning Documents are attached here.  The strategic plan was officially approved by the School Board on December 16, 2014.    
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