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Phone: (207) 622-6351,
Monmouth Middle School is the grades 4-8 school in Monmouth, Maine. We hope you find all the information you need on our web site. Contact us if you have any unanswered search. Monmouth is part of the Kennebec Intra-District Schools (KIDS) Regional School Unit (RSU) 2, which joins the towns of Dresden, Farmingdale, Hallowell, Monmouth, and Richmond.
The vision of RSU2 is to be a system of student-centered learning.
The 4-6th grade concert has been postponed due to the pending snow storm. The 4th -8th combined concert will be held on Thursday, December 19th, beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Storm Days: It’s that time of year when you need to listen to or watch the following radio and television stations: MIX 107.9, WABK 104.3, Moose 92, WABI-Ch5, WCSH-Ch6, WMTW-Ch8, and WGME-Ch13 for school delays and cancellations.
If we have a delay, our staff will not be present until the delay time. It is important that students do not arrive before the delay. We do not have staff members or teachers to supervise students. Thank you for your cooperation.
The 2011-2012 NCLB Report Cards for Maine schools are now posted and may be accessed directly through this link: http://www.maine.gov/education/nclb/reportcard/index.html. Here is the NCLB Report Card for our school (reports cards for the district and other KIDS RSU2 schools are available at http://www.kidsrsu.org/):
All questions should be directed to Deborah Emery, NCLB Coordinator for RSU #2 (firstname.lastname@example.org, 207.933.4426).
Forty students from RSU2 high schools and middle schools gathered with 40 students from Messalonskee on March 31st to talk about what makes our schools work well and what needs to improve to make our schools more effective for student learning. Student facilitators helped run the daylong conference, held at the Governor Hill Mansion in Augusta. Following much discussion about schools and learning, the final activity had students working together in groups to create an ideal school. The RSU2 school community can be proud of these student leaders who shared serious ideas about improving our schools and who made a commitment to take on a leadership role in school change.
Emily and Kyrie, students from Hall-Dale High School, present ideas to improve schools.
80 students gather to talk about school change.
Monmouth students share their ideas.
Students from Richmond explain their ideal school.
This information is based on the 2009-2010 NECAP scores.
> 82% of students in grade 6 scored proficient or higher in reading.
> 67% of the students at Monmouth Middle School met the federal proficiency target of 66% for reading.
> The gap between the proficiency levels of girls vs. boys in reading closed in grade 6.
> Economically disadvantaged students scored similar proficiency rates in reading as the total population.
> 56% of the students scored proficient in mathematics. The target was 60%.
> 34% fewer boys scored proficient in reading at grade 4 and 24% fewer boys scored proficient in reading at grade 5.
> Fewer students with disabilities scored proficient in reading and math than the total population.
The 2010-2011 NCLB Report Cards are now posted and may be accessed directly through this link: http://www.maine.gov/education/nclb/reportcard/reportcard10.html
Access to the report card page is also available on the Maine Department of Education home page under Parents and Community.
A brief summary of highlights and challenges regarding the RSU2 scores are included here. For a brief summary of highlights and challenges of every elementary and middle school in our RSU, please click on the school sites.
Details of the NCLB Report Cards are available through the link listed above or by contacting the school principals or the Director of Curriculum.
Two years ago, the New England Common Assessment Program replaced the Maine Educational Assessment (MEA). Listed below are the scores of our students on the October 2010 test. This test is given annually to students in grades 3-8.
RSU #2 is sending you this information as one way to fulfill our obligations under the “Parents’ Right to Know” requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB). The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) has been designed to help your child achieve more in school.
The law requires that all teachers must meet a specific, federal definition of “Highly Qualified” in order to teach in schools that receive federal funding. As you know, our school receives federal funds to support the programs we offer to your child.
Additional information on the NCLB Act, as well as on the qualifications of your child’s teacher is available on request. Please contact the Office of the Superintendent at 622-6351 if you have questions or would like further information. Working with parents is an important aspect of our efforts to help students learn and we welcome your interest.
Your child’s teacher is dedicated to the success of every child in the class. I thank you for your continued support of your child’s education and encourage you to communicate with his or her teacher on a regular basis so that together we can provide your child with the best education possible.