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OTHS JROTC Earns "Honor Unit with Distinction"

OTHS JROTC Earns "Honor Unit with Distinction"

On October 7th, Colonel Frederick Toti of the U. S. Army announced that Old Town High School JROTC has earned "Honor Unit with Distinction" status. OTHS is one of only two...

Community stakeholders sought for forward-thinking conversation!

Community stakeholders sought for forward-thinking conversation!

Dear RSU #34 Community Member, We write to invite you to join in a future-thinking discussion about additional opportunities we can create for our elementary-aged children...

OTHS JROTC to Dedicate Drill Competition in Honor of Master Sergeant G. Gordon

OTHS JROTC to Dedicate Drill Competition in Honor of Master Sergeant G. Gordon

This Saturday, October 5th, the Coyote Battalion will host a dedication ceremony in honor of Master Sergeant Gary Gordon. Master Sergeant Gordon, a Lincoln native, was...

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Dr. Jon Doty

Dr. Jon Doty

about 14 hours ago

OTHS alum in the news! https://umaine.edu/edhd/2019/07/30/reading-recovery-young-learners-benefit-from-umaine-center/ RSU #34 hosts the Eastern Maine Reading Recovery Site, with teacher leader Dr. Sharon Greaney. By hosting the site and serving as fiscal agent, our team of educators greatly benefits day-to-day from Dr. Greaney's expertise and support!

Angela Porter

Angela Porter

17 days ago

Be on the lookout for an Economic Status Form that we are sending home with all students in the RSU 34 school District. There will be contests held at each school for students that return their forms!! Please return all forms no later than October 10th. This form will provide information needed by the Maine Department of Education to RSU 34 ‘s eligibility status for State Economically Disadvantaged funds available under the Essential Programs & Services Funding Act (State Funding for Schools). Data in this form IS NOT for school lunch purposes, only to determine economic disadvantaged status.

Dr. Jon Doty

Dr. Jon Doty

about 1 month ago

One of our local treasures, and frequent host for our field trips, is having a Fall Fest this weekend! Families can check out what Hirundo Wildlife Refuge has to offer at: https://www.hirundomaine.org/naturemade view image

Dr. Jon Doty

Dr. Jon Doty

about 1 month ago

RSU #34 hosted a regional Teaching & Leading Academy yesterday, with 140+ educators learning more about topics ranging from social-emotional learning to technology practices to assessment strategies. Thanks to Education Commissioner Pender Makin for keynoting our event! view image

Dr. Jon Doty

Dr. Jon Doty

3 months ago

RSU #34 accepts funding through the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965. As part of ESEA, RSU #34 is required to provide reasonable opportunity for public comment on the consolidated application and consider such comment prior to the submission of the application. RSU #34 solicited feedback while the program budgets were developed in parallel with the overall RSU budget this winter and spring, and is accepting final public comment on the ESEA application through July 19th, 2019. To read the application, ask questions, and provide comment about the application's goals and priorities please contact Dr. Doty (jon.doty@rsu34.org).

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