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Maine School Administrative District #11 (RSU #11).
Serving the communities of Gardiner, Pittston, Randolph and West Gardiner.
150 Highland Avenue
Gardiner, Maine, 04345
- Patricia Hopkins, Superintendent of Schools
- Katherine Joseph, Director of Curriculum and Instruction
- Terry McGuire, Director of Technology
- Peg Long, Director of Special Education
- Mike Flynn, Director of Food Services
- Andrea Disch, Business Manager
- Jon Stonier, Director of Operations
Operations and Transportation can be reached at the following Phone: (207)582-6663
The Public Facilities Reconfiguration Meeting live streamed at the following URL:
Read all about the meeting at http://www.msad11.org/node/4891.
Reminder: This Friday, November 8th, is an Early Release day for all students. The high school and middle school will be dismissed at 11:30 AM and the elementary schools will be dismissed at 12:30 PM.
October 1, 2013
Dear MSAD 11 Parents/Guardians and Residents:
The MSAD 11 School Board is beginning the process of evaluating the usage of all of its district owned facilities to determine whether reconfiguration and/or closing a facility is necessary and appropriate.
Last spring meetings were held in Randolph and West Gardiner to share options for possible reconfiguration, to collect feedback, and to gather any additional suggestions from those in attendance. On Wednesday, October 16th, another one of these meetings will be held at the Laura E. Richards School in the Cafeteria from 6:00 – 7:00 pm. This meeting will be a brainstorming session only.
On Thursday, November 21st (location and time to be determined), the MSAD 11 School Board will host a public meeting at which time the specific details regarding the cost and logistical implications of all the suggested options will be presented for the School Board’s consideration.
The MSAD 11 School Board invites members of the public to attend these important meetings.
MSAD 11 School Board Chair
September 17, 2013
Dear MSAD 11 Parents/Guardians/Students:
Hurray! MSAD 11 is making great progress in its attempt to have every family complete a Meal/Milk Free and Reduced Application. However, we still need your help in order for us to fully maximize the $1.8 million available to our district. The Pittston School has exceeded its target, but we are still short the needed 50% free and reduced eligibility rate at the high school (currently 43%) and middle school (currently 49%). With current eligibility rates ranging from 44% to 69% in our elementary schools, we are confident there are still families with high school and middle school students who are eligible.
Please remember submitting an application DOES NOT mean your child(ren) must eat breakfast/lunch through the MSAD 11 Food Service Program. That remains a family decision. However, submitting a completed application, whether eligible or not, DOES qualify your child(ren) for a drawing of one of four Kindle Fires, generously donated by Bangor Savings Bank.
The application can be located and completed at http://www.msad11.org/fo... or you may complete the paper application previously sent home. If you are unable to locate a copy of the paper application or need any assistance, please contact Mike Flynn, Director of Child Nutrition Services at 582-5346.
If you have not already submitted an application, I hope you will consider helping us to fully access the available $1.8 million by completing a Meal/Milk Free and Reduced Application. The application deadline is September 30, 2013. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mike Flynn.
Thank you for your help with this initiative.
Superintendent of Schools