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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
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March 1, 2013
The results of the fall 2012 Grades 3-8 Maine Assessments (New England Common Assessment Program - NECAP) are in and the students in MSAD 11 exceeded the state average in Math and Reading.
The news at the high school is equally good. Student SAT scores have exceeded the state average in Science and have tied the state average in Math and Reading. In addition, the graduation rate continues to improve.
While there is more work to do, we can be proud of the many successes occurring throughout MSAD 11. Please join me in thanking the students, staff, and administration for the effort, hard work, and dedication that is necessary to make such improvements possible. Also, thank you to the members of the School Board whose forward thinking has provided the students and staff with the resources necessary to make this growth a reality.
Click on the link below to download information about the MSAD 11 Administrator Evaluation System.
December 15, 2012
In light of the horrific tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, I want to take a moment to let you know what MSAD 11 has done and is continuing to do to keep your children safe while at school. Last year, a number of administrators worked with the Kennebec County Emergency Management Association and local emergency agencies to ensure we have a fully developed emergency plan. Analysis and review of that plan continues.
Routinely school administrators practice lockdowns to make sure students and staff know what to do should an intruder enter one of our schools. Jim Toman, the Gardiner Chief of Police and I have put all of our school facilities in an unannounced lockdown to determine whether holes in our plan exist. Identified issues that surfaced during our visits have been addressed. Last year, a security system was installed at the entrance of all our schools to ensure the front doors are locked throughout the day, which requires every visitor to be granted permission before entering the facility.
Friday afternoon, Chief Toman and I met to discuss what additional measures should be taken to further advance our preparedness. These conversations will continue as will additional training of administrators and staff. The safety of every student and staff member is our priority. We also need your assistance. Should you or your child hear about a possible threat against the school or any person in the school, even if you are unsure whether it is true or not, immediately notify a school administrator or the local police. All threats are taken seriously and will be investigated.
If you have questions or believe your child could benefit from speaking with a school counselor, please do not hesitate to contact your building administrator or me.
My heart goes out to all who have been touched by this tragic event.
Superintendent of Schools
Click on the attachment below to access the MSAD#11 Bus Bid for year 2014.