Good Morning from RSU 56. Due to the power outages and extreme flooding there will be no school in RSU 56 today, December 19th. This will be a traditional no school day. Thank you and stay safe everyone!
5 months ago, RSU56 Updates
Good Evening. There will be no in-person school in RSU 56 tomorrow, December 19th. The administration will meet early tomorrow morning and send out an alert on whether or not we will be providing remote instruction depending on the status of power outages in our four towns. Please stay safe and we will send out more information by 7:30am tomorrow.
5 months ago, RSU56 Updates
Good Morning from the RSU 56 Nutrition Department, due to the possible flooding in the next few days we will be sending out storm meals today to the students whose parents requested them. These meals are currently frozen. Please store in the freezer until you need them for a remote learning day. Thank you, RSU 56 Nutrition!
5 months ago, RSU56 Updates
Good Morning from RSU 56. Due to the storm, the increasing water levels, and high winds RSU 56 will be dismissing students at 11:30am today, December 18, 2023. Thank you and stay safe!
5 months ago, RSU56 Updates
RSU 56 Board meeting 12/12/2023 is now live on YouTube
5 months ago, RSU 56 Updates
RSU 56 is looking for a Full time, year-round mechanic! Please contact Lisa Sanborn 562-7552 x2100 or
6 months ago, RSU56 Updates
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Good Morning from RSU 56. Due to the inclement weather, there will be no school in RSU 56 today, December 4th. Stay safe and enjoy the day!
6 months ago, RSU56 Updates
Our DES assembly is now live on YouTube 11/30/2023
6 months ago, Jared Hodgkins
RSU 56 Board Meeting - November 14th, 2023
6 months ago, RSU 56 Updates
Dear Champions of Education, In light of the tragic shootings in Lewiston, the Maine Department of Education (DOE) has pulled together some initial resources for talking to children about violence and shootings and supporting one another. The Maine DOE will be providing additional resources as we learn more. Talking to Children Provide a short statement of fact: Violence took place in our community and many people were hurt. Students are safe here. You are safe. There are people here who can help you. Early elementary school children need brief, simple information that should be balanced with reassurances that their school and homes are safe and that adults are there to protect them. Give simple examples of school safety like reminding children about exterior doors being locked, child monitoring efforts on the playground, and emergency drills practiced during the school day. Upper elementary and early middle school children will be more vocal in asking questions about whether they truly are safe and what is being done at their school. They may need assistance processing the incident. Discuss efforts of school and community leaders to ensure their safety. Upper middle school and high school students will have strong and varying opinions about the causes of violence in society. They will share concrete suggestions about how to prevent tragedies in society. Emphasize the role that students have in maintaining safe communities and schools, communicating any personal safety concerns to school administrators and parents/guardians, and accessing support for emotional needs. Mental Health First Aid Monitor and assess impact: Students and colleagues will be affected in different ways. We do not know how this event has affected people – directly and/or indirectly. Continue to assess impact of the event on those around you. Be mindful of self-regulation to assist youth in maintaining a level of safety and connection. If you are an educator in need of additional support, The FrontLine WarmLine is also available from 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week by calling 207-221-8196 or texting 898-211. If you or someone you know is in crisis, call 988. More Resources:
7 months ago, RSU56 Updates
Our schools will be closed in RSU 56 today, Thursday, October 26 due to the tragedy in Lewiston. We realize that some in our RSU 56 community have loved ones affected by this horrible event, including first responders and those caring for the injured. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
7 months ago, RSU56 Updates
Good Evening! Tonight's School board meeting is being live streamed tonight at 6:30pm -
7 months ago, RSU56 Updates
Do you (or someone you know) have unstable housing? Is your housing unstable? Check out this video for critical information about how your local school can help!
7 months ago, RSU56 Updates
hi maine families
Here is the link to tonights RSU56 School Board meeting:
7 months ago, RSU 56 Updates
8 months ago, Jared Hodgkins
8 months ago, RSU 56 Updates
Dirigo Elementary School = Attention Grade 3 Parents & Guardians, the field trip to the Oxford Fair Education Day tomorrow 9/13/23 has been cancelled. This is due to the expected heavy rain. Students should plan to come to school at the regular Wednesday time.
8 months ago, RSU56 Updates
RSU 56 Board Meeting - June 13th, 2023
11 months ago, Jared Hodgkins
Good Morning! We are currently experiencing an outage for our Phone provider, so our incoming phone lines are not working. If you need to get a message to us, you can email the following people: Central Office: Dirigo High School: Dirigo Middle School: Dirigo Elementary School:
11 months ago, RSU56 Updates
Here is the link for the DHS Graduation Ceremony for the Class of 2023. The ceremony starts at 6PM and the link will go live around 5:30pm.
12 months ago, RSU 56 Updates