There is no school in RSU #34 today, Monday, April 8, 2019.
A message from Superintendent, David Walker: “...can’t trust that day.“ For those of you old enough to remember the Mamas and the Papas that might make sense. It appears we are not done with winter just yet. While the track of the impending storm is not completely clear, it is clear we will deal with snow or a snow/rain mix tomorrow morning. We will be using the new notification system linked with Apptegy, our website provider, for the first time. We had hoped to have the opportunity to use the new system with some low impact notifications for testing, but it appears we will not have that opportunity. Please monitor our website and WABI TV as a sure way to know the status of schools opening on Monday. Please share this information within your social media network to help spread the word!
Our school is now open. Thank you for your cooperation.
Don’t forget we will have our Glow Dance on Friday Night from 6 pm to 8 pm. There will be concessions sold at the dance, but the dance is FREE! This is a PTC event sponsored by the D.O.G.S (Dads of great students)
There is no school in RSU #34 today, Monday, March 4, 2019.
There is no school today, Wednesday, February 13, 2019 in RSU #34.
Free Community Event for Parents and Community Members National Speaker, Heather Forbes will speak on March 7th at 6:30 pm at the Cohen School. She will present how to help children who have experienced traumatic experiences or exhibit behavioral concerns. No registeration needed.
RSU#34 schools are closed today, Wednesday, January 30, 2019.
No after school programs at RSU34 today January 9, 2019
January Calendar Posted for Parents: Go to Documents, Newsletters, and look for the January 2019 Calendar. This is a good resource to post to your refrigerator and keep track of upcoming events.
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On Thursday, December 13, some of the OTES Civil Rights Team traveled to Brewer to attend the annual training. Eighty-five students from seven elementary schools in the area were present and OTES was able to send 17 students! The mission of the group is make sure all students feel welcome and respected for who they are! The mission of the Civil Rights Team project is, “We help schools think and talk about issues related to race and skin color, national origin and ancestry, religion, disabilities, gender and sexual orientation”. The advisers for the OTES Civil Rights Team are Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. Moran and Mrs. Lunn
RSU #34 Schools are closed today, December 17, 2018.
Holiday Bazaar: We are looking for some more volunteers at the Holiday Bazaar on Saturday. Here's the link to support us: http://signup.com/go/aLHXDDJ
All after school activities are canceled today, Tuesday, 11/20/18, in RSU #34. This includes Library Club at OTPL.
There is no school today, Friday, November 16, 2018 due to weather.
After studying about farm animals and everything Farm, Kindergarteners took a walking field trip up to UMaine’s Witter Farm to explore the cows, horses and sheep that they have there. Farm staff gave students, teachers and parents a guided tour around the farm where students could see, hear, touch and smell all that the farm had to offer! Students will walk up again in the spring to see the spring babies!
Thank you to Mrs. Wilcox and Mrs Lunn for a great celebration of Red Ribbon Week. We all had so much fun with each dress up day!
The K-Kids will start their food drive on November 1 and focus on supporting our school's resource center. This year the students decided to have a COMMUNITY FOCUS and have students in those communities bring in items based on the community they are in. For every items your child brings in, they will be entered into a drawing BLUE COMMUNITY Bringing in Snack Items ( Goldfish, animal crackers, pretzels) GREEN COMMUNITY Bringing in Paper Goods and Hygiene items RED COMMUNITY Bringing in Cleaning Items (glass cleaner, trash bags, detergent) YELLOW COMMUNITY Canned Goods or Non-Perishable Items
The D.O.G.S ( Dads of great students) will be meeting next month on Nov 14 at 6 pm at YAMAS. Typically the group will be meeting on the third Wednesday of the month but moved the date in November to adjust for the Thanksgiving Break
Thank you for supporting our PTC booth at Riverfest. We made $570 at our booth. All the money will go back to our students and activities planned throughout the school year. If you didn't get a school t-shirt yet, please let us know, we have some available at our school.
Traffic Flow: Thank you all for working to support and implement our new traffic plan. We will continue to be outside to help with the transition and hope everyone continues to work together on this issue.