MSAD 11 Curriculum Information

Curriculum information for educators, students, and families.
Katie Joseph, Director of Curriculum and Instruction

MSAD 11 Curriculum Maps

The MSAD #11 Curriculum is open to the public. It is organized in a database as a series of curriculum maps. This "atlas" of curriculum maps offers an overview of our district curriculum at each grade level and subject area. These maps are tools that can be used as a guide to examine curriculum, instruction, and assessment as well as the alignment of our curriculum to Maine's learning expectations. Our curriculum is fluid and is continually updated and improved. Please visit often.

Click here for the MSAD #11 Curriculum Database

Click on the link below to download directions on how to use the Browse feature within the curriculum database.

MSAD 11 Curriculum Blog

MSAD 11 Curriculum Blog
This blog contains information for MSAD 11 educators and the MSAD 11 community that focuses on teaching and learning in MSAD 11.

Books Available

As part of our district’s library collection development process, we have library books that are no longer in use that are free to community members. If you are interested in these books, please contact the Gardiner Regional Middle School Arthur R. Warren Library to schedule an appointment by May 17.

For the Love of Reading

Our district librarians and one of our high school English teachers were fired up at this year’s Reading Round-Up Conference sponsored by the Maine State Library. The theme of the conference was Rethinking Literacy: Multiple Literacies for the 21st Century. This year’s keynote speaker was John Schumacher aka Mr. Schu who is Scholastic's Ambassador for School Libraries. He spreads the message of the power and importance of librarians and teachers supporting independent reading because books are a way to put hope into the hands and hearts of students.

Each year at the conference, the Lupine Award honors an author or illustrator who is a resident of Maine or has created a work with a focus on Maine. This year, Maria Padian received the Lupine Honor Award for her novel Wrecked. Maria will be having a return author visit to Gardiner Area High School in just a couple of weeks!


Lori Gingras, GAHS English teacher, receives the gift of a signed book from Mr. Schu.

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