CURRICULUM

Pre Kindergarten - Grade 5 Learning Structures

Pre Kindergarten 

Pre Kindergarten Sample Report Card

Learning Standards

Units of Study

Programs

Tools/Resources - Under Development

Kindergarten

Learning Standards

        English Language Arts

        Mathematics

        Sciences

        Social Studies

        Visual and Performing Arts

        Physical Education & Health

        Computer Science & Technology

        

Boston K Pilot Classrooms (4: Line School, Waterboro Elementary School) Learning Standards/Units of Study

Kindergarten Sample Report Card

Units of Study (all classrooms except Boston K Pilot classrooms)

Writing:

September/October: Launching

October/November: Looking Closely

November/December: Writing for Readers

January/February: Informational: How To  (If...Then…)

February/March: Persuasive

April/May: All About Books  (If...Then…)

May/June: Crafting Stories Using All We Know About Narrative Writing

Reading:

Teacher Directed

Mathematics:

September/October: Unit 1: Section 1

October/November: Unit 2: Section 2

November/December: Unit 3: Section 3

December/January: Unit 4: Section 4

January/February: Unit 5: Section 5

February/March: Unit 6: Section 6

March/April: Unit 7: Section 7

April/May: Unit 8: Section 8

May/June: Unit 9: Section 9

STEM and Computer Science in RSU57

STEM-SS-ELA-MATH Interdisciplinary Units

UN Sustainable Development Goals Addressed: 9, 6, 7,11, 12, 13, 14

K Social Studies Theme: People

K Social Studies Topics: Similarities, Differences, Culture, Needs, Wants, Chang, Group, Community, Belonging, Caring, Life

Kindergarten Science Theme: Earth & Human Activity

Unit 1 (January/February Pilot 2019-2020): Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: Here’s the Scoop: Designing Trash Collectors

Unit 2 (Pilot 2020-2021): Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: Raise the Roof: Designing Shelters

Unit 3 (Pilot 2021-2022): Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: TBD

Programs/Research

Everyday Math, University of Chicago 

DIAL4

Engineering is Elementary, Boston Museum of Science

Units of Study Reading, Columbia Teachers College

Units of Study Writing, Columbia Teachers College

Pilot Boston K Classrooms (4): Jolly Phonics

Beyond Expanding Horizons: New Curriculum Directions for Elementary Social Studies

Universal Tools/Resources

NorthWest Evaluation Association (NWEA) Parent Toolkit

SeeSaw 

ConnectEd EveryDay Math (EDM)

IXL Math

IXL English Language Arts

IXL Science

Khan Academy

Mystery Science

Reading A to Z

Reading Plus

Quaver Music

Grade 1

Learning Standards

        English Language Arts

        Mathematics

        Sciences

        Social Studies

        Visual and Performing Arts

        Physical Education & Health

Computer Science & Technology

Grade 1 Sample Report Card

Units of Study

Writing:

September/October: Small Moments

October/November: Writing How To Books (If...Then…)

November/December: Nonfiction Chapter Books

January/February: Writing Reviews

March/April: Writing Like a Scientist  (If...Then…)

April/May: Poetry and Songs  (If...Then…)

May/June: From Scenes to Series  

Reading:

Units of Study (Pilot 2019-2020)

September: Building Good Reading Habits

October/November: Word Detectives

November/December: Readers Get to Know Characters By Performing Their Books (If...Then…)

January/February: Learning About the World: Reading Nonfiction

March/ Readers Have Big Jobs to Do: Fluency, Phonics, and Comprehension

/April: Reading Nonfiction Cover to Cover: Nonfiction Book Clubs (If...Then…)

May/June: Meeting Characters and Learning Lessons: A Study of Story Elements

Mathematics:

September/October: Unit 1: Counting

October/November: Unit 2: Introducing Addition

November/December: Unit 3: Number Stories

December/January: Unit 4: Length and Addition Facts

January/February: Unit 5: Place Value Comparisons

February/March: Unit 6: Addition Fact Strategies

March/April: Unit 7: Subtraction Fact Strategies and Attributes of Shapes

April/May: Unit 8: Geometry

May/June: Unit 9: Two-Digit Addition and Subtraction and Review

STEM and Computer Science in RSU57

STEM-SS-ELA-MATH Interdisciplinary Units

UN Sustainable Development Goals Addressed: 2, 9, 15, 15

Grade 1 Science Theme: Structure, Function, & Information Processing

Grade 1 Social Studies Theme: Environment

Grade 1 Social Studies Topics: Earth, Water, Air, Plants, Animals, Ecosystems, Climate, Weather, Map, Globe, Mountain, River

Unit 1 (March/April Pilot 2019-2020) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: The Best of Bugs: Designing Hand Pollinators  

Unit 2 (Pilot 2020-2021) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary Unit 2 (Pilot 2020-2021): Sounds Like Fun: Seeing Animal Sounds

Unit 3 (Pilot 2021-2022) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: TBD

Programs/Research

Everyday Math, University of Chicago 

DIAL4

Engineering is Elementary, Boston Museum of Science

Units of Study Reading, Columbia Teachers College

Units of Study Writing, Columbia Teachers College

Beyond Expanding Horizons: New Curriculum Directions for Elementary Social Studies

Tools/Resources

NorthWest Evaluation Association (NWEA) Parent Toolkit

SeeSaw 

ConnectEd EveryDay Math (EDM)

IXL Math

IXL English Language Arts

IXL Science

Khan Academy

Mystery Science

Reading A to Z

Reading Plus

Quaver Music

Grade 2

Learning Standards

English Language Arts

        Mathematics

        Sciences

        Social Studies

        Visual and Performing Arts

        Physical Education & Health

        Computer Science & Technology

Grade 2 Sample Report Card

Units of Study

Writing:

September/October: Lesson from the Masters

October/November: Nonfiction (How to guide for nonfiction writing)

November/December: Writing Gripping Fictional Stories  (If...Then…)

January/February: Poetry

February/March: Lab Reports and Science Books

April/May: Writing About Reading

Reading:

September/October: Second Grade Reading Growth  Spurt

October/November: Becoming Experts: Reading Nonfiction

November/December: Studying Characters and Their Stories  (If...Then…)

January/February: Bigger Books Mean Amping Up Reading Power

February/March: Reading Nonfiction Cover to Cover

April/May: Series Book Clubs

Mathematics:

September/October: Unit 1: Establishing Routines

October/November: Unit 2: Fact Strategies

November/December: Unit 3: More Fact Strategies

December/January: Unit 4: Place Value and Measurement

January/February: Unit 5: Addition and Subtraction

February/March: Unit 6: Whole Number Operations and Number Stories

March/April: Unit 7: Whole Number Operations and Measurement and Data

April/May: Unit 8: Geometry and Arrays

May/June: Unit 9: Equal Shares and Whole Number Operations

STEM and Computer Science in RSU57

STEM-SS-ELA-MATH Interdisciplinary Units

UN Sustainable Development Goals Addressed: 13, 14, 15

Grade 2 Science Theme: Earth’s Systems: Processes that Shape the Earth

Grade 2 Social Studies Theme: Exploration

Grade 2 Social Studies Topics: Discovery, Adventure, Travel, Encounter, Challenge, Courage, Direction, Unknown, Prejudice, Communication, Cooperation

Unit 1 (Nov/Dec Pilot 2019-2020) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: Thinking Inside the Box: Designing Plant Packages

Unit 2 (Pilot 2020-2021) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: A Sticky Situation: Designing Walls

Unit 3 (Pilot 2021-2022) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: TBD

Programs/Research

Everyday Math, University of Chicago 

DIAL4

Engineering is Elementary, Boston Museum of Science

Units of Study Reading, Columbia Teachers College

Units of Study Writing, Columbia Teachers College

Beyond Expanding Horizons: New Curriculum Directions for Elementary Social Studies

Tools/Resources

NorthWest Evaluation Association (NWEA) Parent Toolkit

SeeSaw 

ConnectEd EveryDay Math (EDM)

IXL Math

IXL English Language Arts

IXL Science

Khan Academy

Mystery Science

Reading A to Z

Reading Plus

Quaver Music

Grade 3

Learning Standards

English Language Arts

        Mathematics

        Sciences

        Social Studies

        Visual and Performing Arts

        Physical Education & Health

        Computer Science & Technology

Grade 3 Sample Report Card

Units of Study

Writing:

September/October: Crafting True Stories

October/November: The Art of Information Writing

November/December: Changing the World: Persuasive Speeches, Petitions, and Editorials

January/February: Baby Literary Essay (If...Then…)

February/March: MEA Testing Unit of Teacher Choice

April/May: Writing About Research  

May/June: Once Upon a Time: Adapting and Writing Fairy Tales - or - Design Your Own Unit

Reading:

September/October: Building a Reading Life

October/November: Mystery: Foundational Skills in Disguise

November/December: Reading to Learn: Grasping Main Ideas and Text Structures

January/February: Character Studies

February/March: MEA Testing Unit of Teacher Choice

April/May: Research Clubs: Elephants, Penguins, and Frogs, Oh My!

May/June: Design Your Own Unit - or - Learning from Countries Around the World (If...Then…)

Mathematics:

September/October: Unit 1: Math Tools, Time, and Multiplication

October/November: Unit 2: Number Stories and Arrays

November/December: Unit 3: Operations

December/January: Unit 4: Measurement and Geometry

January/February: Unit 5: Fractions and Multiplication Strategies

February/March: Unit 6: More Operations

March/April: Unit 7: Fractions

April/May: Unit 8: Multiplication and Division

May/June: Unit 9: Multi-digit Operations

STEM and Computer Science in RSU57

STEM-SS-ELA-MATH Interdisciplinary Units

UN Sustainable Development Goals Addressed: 15

Grade 3 Science Theme: Interdependent Relationships in Ecosystems

Grade 3 Social Studies Theme: Conflict

Grade 3 Social Studies Topics: Needs, Wants, Differences, Disagreement, Resolution, Mediation, Consensus, Argument, War, Peace, Cooperation

 

Unit 1 (April/May Pilot 2019-2020) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: Just Passing Through: Designing Model Membranes

Unit 2 (Pilot 2020-2021) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: The Attraction is Obvious: Designing Maglev Systems

Unit 3 (Pilot 2021-2022) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: A Stick in the Mud: Evaluating a Landscape

Programs/Research

Everyday Math, University of Chicago 

Engineering is Elementary, Boston Museum of Science

Units of Study Reading, Columbia Teachers College

Units of Study Writing, Columbia Teachers College

Beyond Expanding Horizons: New Curriculum Directions for Elementary Social Studies

Tools/Resources

NorthWest Evaluation Association (NWEA) Parent Toolkit

SeeSaw 

ConnectEd EveryDay Math (EDM)

IXL Math

IXL English Language Arts

Khan Academy

Mystery Science

Reading A to Z

Reading Plus

Quaver Music

Grade 4

Learning Standards

English Language Arts

        Mathematics

        Sciences

        Social Studies

        Visual and Performing Arts

        Physical Education & Health

        Computer Science & Technology

Grade 4 Sample Report Card

Units of Study

Writing:

September/October: Arc of Story

October/November: Boxes and Bullets

November/December: Nonfiction Chapter Books

January/February: Historical Fiction

February/March: MEA Testing Unit of Teacher Choice

April/May: Info - Bringing History to Life

May/June: Journalism  (If...Then…)

Reading:

September/October: Interpreting Characters: The Heart of the Story

October/November: Reading the Weather, Reading the World

November/December: Historical Fiction Clubs

January/February: Interpretation Book Clubs

February/March: MEA Testing Unit of Teacher Choice

April/May: Reading History: The American Revolution  

May/June: Nonfiction Book Clubs: Author Studies - or - Interpretation Books Clubs  (If...Then…)

Mathematics:

September/October: Unit 1: Place Value; Multidigit Addition and Subtraction

October/November: Unit 2: Multiplication and Geometry

November/December: Unit 3: Fractions and Decimals

December/January: Unit 4: Multi-digit Multiplication

January/February: Unit 5: Fraction and Mixed-Number Computation; Measurement

February/March: Unit 6: Division; Angles

March/April: Unit 7: Multiplication of a Fraction by a Whole Number; Measurement

April/May: Unit 8: Fraction Operations; Applications

STEM and Computer Science in RSU57

STEM-SS-ELA-MATH Interdisciplinary Units

UN Sustainable Development Goals Addressed: 1, 3, 5, 9, 16, 10

Grade 4 Science Theme: Energy

Grade 4 Social Studies Theme: Democracy

Grade 4 Social Studies Topics: Power, Authority, Choice, Decision Making, Voting, Consensus, Citizen, Rights, Responsibilities, Justice, Equality

Unit 1 (October/November Pilot 2019-2020) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: No Bones About It: Designing Knee Braces

Unit 2 (Pilot 2020-2021) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: Catching the Wind: Designing Windmills

Unit 3 (Pilot 2021-2022) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: Now You’re Cooking: Designing Solar Ovens

Programs/Research

Everyday Math, University of Chicago

Engineering is Elementary, Boston Museum of Science

Units of Study Reading, Columbia Teachers College

Units of Study Writing, Columbia Teachers College

Beyond Expanding Horizons: New Curriculum Directions for Elementary Social Studies

Tools/Resources

NorthWest Evaluation Association (NWEA) Parent Toolkit

SeeSaw 

ConnectEd EveryDay Math (EDM)

IXL Math

IXL English Language Arts

IXL Science

Khan Academy

Mystery Science

Reading A to Z

Reading Plus

Quaver Music

Grade 5

Learning Standards

English Language Arts

        Mathematics

        Sciences

        Social Studies

        Visual and Performing Arts

        Physical Education & Health

        Computer Science & Technology

Grade 5 Sample Report Card

Units of Study

Writing:

September/October: Narrative Craft (Book 1)

October/November: Feature Article (If...Then…)

November/December: Opinion-Research Based Argument Essay

January/February: Literary Essay

February/March: MEA Testing Unit of Teacher Choice

April/May: The Lens of History

May/June: Shaping Texts-Memoirs

Reading:

September/October: Interpretation Book Clubs:Analyzing Themes (Book 1)

October/November: Tackling Complexity: Moving Up Levels of Nonfiction

November/December: Argument and Advocacy: Researching Debatable Issues

January/February: Reading Like a Fan or Interpretation Book Clubs: Analyzing Themes

February/March: MEA Testing Unit of Teacher Choice

April/May: Reading in the Content Area

May/June: Fantasy Book Clubs: The Magic of Themes and Symbols

Mathematics:

September/October: Unit 1: Area and Volume

October/November: Unit 2: Whole Number Place Value and Operations

November/December: Unit 3: Fraction Concepts, Addition, and Subtraction

December/January: Unit 4: Decimal Concepts; Coordinate Grids

January/February: Unit 5: Operations with Fractions

February/March: Unit 6: Investigations in Measurement; Decimal Multiplication and Division

March/April: Unit 7: Multiplication of Mixed Numbers; Geometry; Graphs

April/May: Unit 8: Applications of Measurement, Computation, and Graphing

STEM and Computer Science in RSU57

STEM-SS-ELA-MATH Interdisciplinary Units

UN Sustainable Development Goals Addressed: 1, 2, 10

Grade 5 Science Theme: Structure & Properties of Matter

Grade 5 Social Studies Theme: Human Rights

Grade 5 Social Studies Topics: Prejudice, Racism, Conflict, Cooperation, Justice, Equity, Declaration of Human Rights

Unit 1 (October/November Pilot 2019-2020) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: A Slick Solution: Cleaning an Oil Spill

Unit 2 (Pilot 2020-2021) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: A Long Way Down: Designing Parachutes

Unit 3 (Pilot 2021-2022) Engineering is Elementary Interdisciplinary: Water, Water Everywhere: Designing Water Filters

Programs/Research

Everyday Math, University of Chicago 

DIAL4

Engineering is Elementary, Boston Museum of Science

Units of Study Reading, Columbia Teachers College

Units of Study Writing, Columbia Teachers College

Beyond Expanding Horizons: New Curriculum Directions for Elementary Social Studies

Tools/Resources

NorthWest Evaluation Association (NWEA) Parent Toolkit

SeeSaw 

ConnectEd EveryDay Math (EDM)

IXL Math

IXL English Language Arts

IXL Science

Khan Academy

Mystery Science

Reading A to Z

Reading Plus

Quaver Music

Middle School Learning Structures

Grades 6-8

College and Career Readiness Framework

Pathways

STEM and Computer Science in RSU57

Learning Standards

English Language Arts

        Mathematics

        Sciences

        Social Studies

        Visual and Performing Arts

        Physical Education & Health

        World Languages 

Computer Science & Technology

Grade 6 Sample Report Card

Grade 7 Sample Report Card

Grade 8 Sample Report Card

Units of Study

Grade 6

Reading:

Trimester 1: Deep Study of Character

Trimester 2: Tapping the Power of Nonfiction

Trimester 3: Social Issues Book Clubs

Writing:

Trimester 1: Narrative Writing

Trimester 2: Information Writing

Trimester 3: Literary Essay

Mathematics:

Unit 1: Ratios and Proportional Relationships

Unit 2: The Number System

Unit 3: Expressions and Equations

Unit 4: Geometry

Unit 5: Statistics and Probability 

Sciences:

All Year: Engineering: Defining Problems, Developing Solutions, Optimizing Solutions

Trimester 1: Basics of Matter: Atoms, Molecules, States of Matter

Trimester 1: Life’s Building Blocks: Characteristics & Kingdoms of Life, Plant & Animal Cells, Photosynthesis

Trimester 2: Ecosystems: Cycling of Matter, Behaviors & Adaptations, Symbiotic Relationships

Trimester 2: Forces & Energy: Kinetic & Potential Energy, Gravity

Trimester 3: Earth & Space Systems: Seasons, Eclipses, Phases of the Moon, Tides, Solar System

Trimester 3: Earth’s History: Geologic Time-Scale & Fossil Record, Natural Hazards & Extinction Events

Social Studies:

Grade 6 Social Studies Theme: The Beginnings of Civilizations (Pre-History -Ancient World)

Grade 6 Social Studies Topics: Ancient Civilizations

Trimester 1: Pre-History-Overview, Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt

Trimester 2: Indus Valley, China

Trimester 3: Greece, and Rome

Grade 7

Reading:

Fall: Investigating Characterization: Author Studies  

Winter: Essential Research Skills for Teens

Winter/Spring: Historical Fiction Book Clubs

Spring: Dystopian Book Clubs  (Suggested 8th grade. Will transition to 8th SY 19-20)

Writing:

Fall: Realistic Fiction

Winter: Writing about Reading (Companion Books)

Spring: Research-based Essays

Mathematics:

Ratios and Proportional Relationships

The Number System

Expressions and Equations

Geometry

Statistics and Probability

Sciences:

All Year: Engineering: Defining Problems, Developing Solutions, Optimizing Solutions

Unit 1: The Changing Earth: Rock Cycle, Geoscience Processes, Plate Tectonics

Unit 2: Environmental Impacts: Weather, Climate, Impacts

Unit 3: Space: Scale Properties

Unit 4: Chemistry: Reactions

Unit 5: Physics: Forces, Waves

Unit 6: Human Body: Systems, Sensory Receptors, Cellular Respiration, Reproduction, & Genetics (technology included)

Unit 7: Evolution: Mutations, & Evolution

Unit 8: Engineering

Social Studies:

Grade 7 Social Studies Units: Time Period 1500 - 1791(US Bill of Rights)

Trimester 1/Unit 1: Individual in History/Natives & Explorers

Trimester 2/Unit 2: Revolution, Reaction, & Reform

Trimester 3/Unit 3: Taking a Stand/Constitution

Grade 8

Reading:

Fall: Literary Non-Fiction

Winter: Dystopian Book Clubs

Spring: Classics  *Not yet in print

Writing:

Fall: Investigative Journalism

Winter: Literary Essay

Spring: Position Papers

Mathematics:

The Number System

Expressions and Equations

Functions

Geometry

Statistics and Probability

Sciences:

All Year: Engineering: Defining Problems, Developing Solutions, Optimizing Solutions

Unit 1: Synthetic Materials

Unit 2: Conservation of Matter & Thermal Energy

Unit 3: Newton’s 3rd Law & Newton’s 1st Law

Unit 4: Energy Transfer

Unit 5: Digital Signals

Unit 6: Resource Availability in Ecosystems &  Populations of Ecosystems

Unit 7: Biodiversity

Unit 8: Environmental/Genetic Factors

Unit 9: Survival Probabilities & Natural Selection

Unit 10: Distribution of Resources

Unit 11: Weather, Regional Climate, & Climate Change

Unit 12: Impact to Resources

Social Studies:

Grade 8 Social Studies Units: Time Period 1791 - 1860 (Pre Civil War)

Trimester 1/Unit 1: Individuals in History/Natives & Explorers

Trimester 2/Unit 2: Revolution, Reaction, & Reform

Trimester 3/Unit 3: Taking a Stand

MMS Seminar

Naviance: College and Career Readiness Assessments

Programs/Research

Glencoe Math; Glencoe Math Research Base

Units of Study Reading, Columbia Teachers College

Units of Study Writing, Columbia Teachers College

Tools/Resources

NorthWest Evaluation Association (NWEA) Parent Toolkit

IXL Math

IXL English Language Arts

IXL Science

Khan Academy

Reading Plus

Quaver Music

High School Learning Structures

Program of Studies with Course Overviews (Syllabi)

College and Career Readiness Framework

Pathways

STEM and Computer Science in RSU57

Grades 9-12

Learning Standards

English Language Arts

        Mathematics

        Sciences

        Social Studies

        Visual and Performing Arts

        Physical Education & Health

        World Languages 

        Computer Science & Technology

Grade 9 Sample Report Card

Grade 10 Sample Report Card

Grade 11 Sample Report Card

Grade 12 Sample Report Card

MHS Sample Transcript

Programs

Service Learning

Extended Learning Opportunities Program

Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Program (NJROTC) - Program of Studies

Massabesic Center for Adult Learning

Sanford Regional Technical Center

Biddeford Regional Center of Technology

MHS Seminar Naviance: College and Career Readiness Assessments

College Board - PSAT/SAT/AP

Apex Learning

Tools/Resources

Khan Academy

Roadtrip Nation Career Finder, College Board

Khan Academy

IXL Math

IXL English Language Arts

IXL Science

Reading Plus

INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT

RTL Home - School Information Sheet

Gifted and Talented

Instructional Support Network Beliefs Statement

Instructional Support Network Faculty, Building Level Faculty:

Alfred Elementary School

Cindy Paradis, Educational Technician

Kim Rollins, Specialist

Lyman Elementary School

Ruth Clockedile, Educational Technician

Penny Gilman, Educational Technician

Jon Marines, Specialist

Sean Moore, Specialist

Line Elementary School

Pamela Beaulieu, Educational Technician

Frances Emery, Educational Technician

Gillian Kirk, Specialist

Maryann MacDougall, Educational Technician

Kris Wescott, Specialist

Shapleigh Elementary School

Jen Chiaramonte, Specialist

Jeanine Connelly, Educational Technician
Debra Waterhouse, Educational Technician

Waterboro Elementary School 

Debbie Blattstein, Specialist

Anne Marie Duffy, Educational Technician

Stephanie Gillespie, Specialist

Beth Jones, Educational Technician

Kathleen Lane, Educational Technician

Julie Nugent, Specialist

Amy Samson, Specialist

Lena Wright, Educational Technician

Massabesic Middle School

Jennifer Kerry, Specialist, MMS

Cindy Thorne, STEM Coach, MMS

Massabesic High School

Supported Pathways Instructors, as assigned

Allison Ellis, Multiple Pathways/Extended Learning Opportunities Coordinator

Instructional Support Network Faculty, District Level Faculty:

Vacancy, District GT/Extended Learning Coach

Dorothy Haws, District GT/Extended Learning

Monica Wardwell, District GT/Extended Learning

Kristen Demers, District ELL 

Maggie Boemmels, e-Learning Coach

Charlie Cianciolo, e-Learning Coach

Jodi Jeannette, e-Learning Coach

Kimberly Bianco, District Literacy Coach

Tracey Hollingsworth, District Math Coach

Nicole Kaszubinski, RtL (TIII)/504, District Coach

Kevin Perkins, Director of Technology

Melissa Roberts, Director of Professional Growth

Erica Mazzeo, Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment

Cecilia Sirianni, Community Outreach Services Coordinator/Families and Students in Transition

ASSESSMENT

Assessment Calendar

Glossary of Terms

ESEA (Elementary and Secondary Education Act Compliance) District Level Compliance

Academic Year 2018 - 2019

Application

Comprehensive Needs Assessment, 2018

Performance Report - Pending Approval, August 2019

Title V Rural Low Income Performance Report, August 2019 (Application Year 2017)

Academic Year 2019 - 2020

Comprehensive Needs Assessment Goals, 2019

Presentation to the Board, May 2019

Request for Public Comment, through July 28, 2019

Application - Substantive Approval, August 2019

Title IA Programs

RSU57 is a District that has Title IA Schoolwide Programs in four of its five elementary schools. Schoolwide Programs receive Title I Part A funds. The focus of a Schoolwide Program is Comprehensive Schoolwide Reform to ensure all students - especially those considered most academically at-risk - are able to attain academic proficiency based upon state academic standards. RSU57 also supports its English Language Learners as well as its Disadvantaged across all 7 District schools with Title IA funds.

RSU57 Disadvantaged Learners

RSU57 Policy; McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Improvements Act

18-19 McKinney-Vento Reallocated Funds Grant

RSU57 English Language Learners

RSU57 Policy: Program for Limited English Proficient Students

RSU57 LAU Plan 

ESEA School-Level Compliance

LINE Elementary School

19-20 RSU57 TITLE I Schoolwide Letter

RSU57 Title I Parent & Family Engagement Policy; Procedure

LES TITLE I School-Parent-Student Compact

19-20 LES/RSU57 Parent Engagement Events

Lyman Elementary School

19-20 RSU57 TITLE I Schoolwide Letter

RSU57 Title I Parent & Family Engagement Policy; Procedure

LyES TITLE I School-Parent-Student Compact

19-20 Lyman/RSU57 Parent Engagement Events

Shapleigh Memorial School

19-20 SES TITLE I Schoolwide Letter

RSU57 Title I Parent & Family Engagement Policy; Procedure

SES TITLE I School-Parent-Student Compact

19-20 SES/RSU57 Parent Engagement Events

Waterboro Elementary School

19-20 RSU57 TITLE I Schoolwide Letter

RSU57 Title I Parent & Family Engagement Policy; Procedure

WES TITLE I School-Parent-Student Compact

19-20 WES/RSU57 Parent Engagement Events

Achievement Data

Maine Department of Education Data Dashboard

COMMUNITY

Parent and Community Advisory Committee; Policy

Everyone Graduates Committee; Policy

Wellness Committee; Policy

Events

2018 November Community Night: College and Career Readiness - Structures & Programs

2019 March Community Night: High School Structures

Climate and Culture Feedback

Youth Truth Survey

2018-2019 Massabesic Middle School

2018-2019 Massabesic High School

Professional Learning/Instructional

Mathematics

Literacy - Under Development

Sciences - Under Development

Social Studies - Under Development

Visual & Performing Arts - Under Development

Wellness - Physical Education & Health - Under Development

English Language Learners - Under Development

Gifted and Talented

Edupoint Learning Center

USDA Farm to School Grant

**NEWS**

RSU57 PreK Educators Recognized by Maine DOE: https://mainedoenews.net/2019/08/14/rsu-57-prek-teachers-train-fellow-educators-on-research-based-prek-practice/

RSU57 Receives Maine DOE Award McKinney-Vento Sub-grant for the Education of Homeless Students:

https://mainedoenews.net/2019/01/24/maine-doe-awards-mckinney-vento-sub-grants-for-the-education-of-homeless-students/

MPBN Finding A Way Series:

https://www.mainepublic.org/programs/finding-way

RSU 57 Recognized by National Agency Attendance Works: Portraits of Change:

https://www.attendanceworks.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Attendance-Works-Portraits-of-Change-Main-Document-Final-Sept.-1.pdf