On Thursday, February 27th the Nokomis Warrior Field Hockey Team was honored at the State House for their 2013 Class B State Championship.
Welcome to Regional School Unit #19
Request for Public Input
Nokomis Regional High and Newport-Plymouth Schools have been approved for Capital Improvement Projects (#6 and #3, respectively out of 71 applications on the state’s list). The district is now gathering input from the community. We want your ideas on how these projects can, 1) improve educational opportunities for students, and 2) improve operational cost efficiencies for the district. We are also interested in your concerns and questions. Oak Point Associates, an architectural and engineering firm, is working with us to collect input electronically and through a series of public forums. Please take a moment to share your thoughts by clicking the e-mail link, email@example.com , or use the "Ask the Superintendent" link below. Your input will be considered during the current “pre-concept and district analysis” phase.
Inspire every student.
Instill a motivation for learning.
Insure contributing citizens.
We envision that each student,
in partnership with the community,
will be an involved citizen,
a lifelong learner in a global society,
possess relevant life skills,
and be able to utilize emerging technologies.
News From Around Our District
Tri-County Technical Center Local Food Bank Contribution
Congratulations to freshmen Austin Taylor and Jessica Cloutier for being published in the latest edition of Teacher Librarian magazine.
Three local after school programs are being rewarded for their health and wellness accomplishments. The Corinna Elementary School After School Program, the Hartland Consolidated After School Program and the Newport-Plymouth After School Program were recently recognized as sites of distinction when they were awarded the Bronze Award for their participation in the Let’s Go! program for 2012-2013. Let’s Go!’s mission is to reach children where they live, learn, work and play to reinforce the importance of healthy eating and being active every day.
Scholastic Scope Essay Contest
All of the 7th and 8th graders at Somerset Valley Middle School in Mr. Stinnett’s English Language Arts class entered the Scholastic Scope Essay Contest from the October 2013 issue of Scholastic Scope, dealing with the issue of increase steroid use among young adults in our nation.