The Leonard Middle Chorus in Old Town, Maine, is using music as a way to support cancer patients, survivors, and caretakers. These are just a few of the many talented young musicians who have been hard at work preparing to spend a day at a recording studio in early March. While there, the LMS Chorus will record four songs, all of which fit their chosen theme of “Songs for the Journey”. These beautiful songs, each with a message of unity/support/strength, will be available for purchase on a flash drive for $12. All proceeds from sales will be donated to EMMC’s Champion the Cure to support local cancer research. Those interested may purchase a drive for themselves, or have the option to purchase one as a gift to a cancer patient at the LaFayette Cancer Center in Brewer, Maine. If you would like to purchase a drive for yourself, or one to be sent to LaFayette, please contact the group’s teacher, Shianne Priest, at Shianne.Priest@rsu34.org. Thank you!
over 3 years ago, Dr. Jon Doty
LMS Chorus
LMS Chorus 2
LMS Chorus 3
LMS is looking for an Anticipated Long Term Substitute Special Education Teacher for the 2019-20 School year. For more information check out the employment applications and vacancies tab
over 3 years ago, Angela Porter
RSU 34 is looking for a Speech Language Pathologist starting April 15th. For more information check out the employment applications and vacancies tab
over 3 years ago, Angela Porter
Superintendent David Walker and Board Chair Jim Dill thank Board member Lee Jackson for his service to the students and communities of RSU #34
over 3 years ago, David Walker
Jim Dill, RSU34 Board Chair, Lee Jackson, Board member and David Walker, Superintendent of Schools
Superintendent Walker and School Board Chair Jim Dill thank Brooke Gardner for her service as a RSU #34 Board member
over 3 years ago, David Walker
Superintendent Walker and School Board Chair Jim Dill thank Brooke Gardner for her service as a RSU #34 Board member
Superintendent Walker talks with Old Town High School Jobs For Maine's Graduates students Kira Morlock, Destiny Webber and Joseph Emerson
over 3 years ago, David Walker
Superintendent Walker with Old Town High School JMG students Kira Morlock, Destiny Webber and Joseph Emerson
BE PREPARED! The first substantial snowfall of the season is forecast for Friday. Should school cancellations be necessary, notification will be made using the ONE CALL emergency notification system and posted on our website.
almost 4 years ago, David Walker
NO SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS ARE MADE USING OUR ONE CALL NOTIFICATION SYSTEM AND POSTED ON OUR WEBSITE
BOOKS-A-MILLION DONATES TO RSU#34
almost 4 years ago, David Walker
THANK YOU BOOKS-A-MILLION!
To explore our academic plans for students, please access our Pre-K to 12th grade curriculum here: https://rsu34-public.rubiconatlas.org/Atlas/Public/View/Default
almost 4 years ago, Dr. Jon Doty