New Traffic Flow Pattern
As we prepare to begin a new school year, we want to make you aware of a new traffic flow pattern during school drop-off and pick-up times at our SeDoMoCha Campus. We have made the entrance into our campus “One Way Only” from 7:15 a.m. – 8:15 a.m. and from 2:15 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. when school is in session. Please do not exit at the entrance to our campus during these times. Our goal is to provide a safer and less congested traffic flow for school buses and other vehicles that are entering and exiting our campus during these busy times of the school day. We appreciate your cooperation and assistance in helping us implement the new traffic flow pattern during school drop-off and pick-up times.  If you have any questions regarding the new traffic flow pattern, please feel free to contact the Superintendent at 564-6535 opt. 5.


RSU 68 Mission and Vision Survey


    

Back-to-School Resources for Parents

Find resources to help children begin school with a positive mindset, support their transition into a new school year, and prepare them for fall learning.
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2014-2015 No Child Left Behind Report Cards


The federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law requires school districts to provide data annually to parents and communities on student achievement, teacher qualifications, and school accountability. Our 2014-2015 NCLB Report Cards show an increase in the overall percentage of students that are proficient in math at both the elementary and middle school. In addition, the 2014-2015 NCLB Report Cards indicate an increase in the overall percentage of students that are proficient in science at the middle school and an overall decrease in the percentage of students that are proficient in reading at both the elementary and middle school. Please keep in mind that the NCLB Report Card is based on the results of one assessment in a specific content area that is given at one point in time during the school year. Because the group of students at a given grade level are different from year to year it is difficult to draw conclusions based on one year of data. Consequently, our approach to data analysis also focuses on following the same group of students as they move from one grade to the next. The 2014-2015 NCLB Report Cards can be viewed by clicking on the links below.





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