Stacy Shorey
Superintendent of Schools
sshorey@sedomocha.org



Teresa Scott
Financial Manager
tscott@sedomocha.org



Wendy Berce
Administrative Assistant
wberce@sedomocha.org

Central Office

Dear RSU 68 Community Members,

It doesn’t seem possible that another year has gone by!  We have had some incredible changes here at SeDoMoCha and I am so excited to share them with you.  Mrs. Julie Kimball, our PreK-8 principal has left to take a position in Skowhegan.  Mr. Adam Gudroe will be our new PreK-8 principal for the 2018-2019 school year.  We are so very fortunate to have him here.  He has a wealth of experience from his work in AOS 94 and the Ridgeview School. Mr. Dyer, our PreK-8 assistant principal and athletic director also moved on and we are pleased to share that Mr. Andrew Shaw has accepted the PreK-8 assistant principal position.  Andrew has been working in Greenville as the PE teacher and athletic director.  

Ms. Amelia Patterson will be part of the 1st grade team as Mrs. Barbara Wentworth retired.  Ms. Patterson is a UMaine graduate and spent the last year as a substitute in the surrounding school systems.  Mr. Cameron Archer will be our new PreK-3 physical education teacher.  He will also take over the athletic director duties.  He comes with an incredible amount of enthusiasm and is ready for the challenge of being a teacher and an athletic director. He will be replacing long time PE teacher, Mr. Ashley Jackins.  Mr. Jackins is retired and looking forward to playing a little more golf! 

Erika Landry has transitioned back to SAD 41 and we have hired Fred Maddocks as the new 5th grade math teacher. Fred is a SeDoMoCha graduate and has come back to share his love of math with a new generation of SeDoMoCha students.  Anna Peterson has accepted a job at Waterville HS. Jeannine Reece has been hired as the middle school guidance counselor. She comes to us from Ridge View.

The 2018-2019 school year brings with it many new challenges.  We will have a new math program called Envision for students in grades K-8.  It is a problem-based approach program and really gives students the opportunity to practice and master math skills. There are videos that we can send home to help assist parents with the homework component of the program.

We will be fine-tuning our ELA curriculum and starting to work on our science and performing arts curriculum.  The math curriculum has been completed and the RSU 68 school board has approved it.  We will be asking them to approve the ELA curriculum at a board meeting this fall.

We are looking forward to a terrific year as we continue to build the future.

Warmly,

Stacy

 

Change is an amazing opportunity.

-George Couros