Maine School Administrative District 58

Avon, Kingfield, Phillips and Strong

Empowering learners to invent their future

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Draft plans for re-opening school have been posted on the COVID-19 page

Congratulations to Melissa Hoisington, Franklin County Teacher of the Year

We are so thrilled to announce that Melissa Hoisington is the 2020 Franklin County Teacher of the Year. Thanks to Maine Department of Education and Educate Maine for sponsoring this program. She was just recognized in a digital ceremony and we have no doubt she will represent our school, district, county and profession well in the coming year!

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MSAD 58 Central Office Public Hours for the Summer:

Monday - Thursday 7:30 am - 4:00 pm

MSAD #58 is a small, rural school district in the Western Mountains of Maine and includes the towns of Phillips, Avon, Kingfield, and Strong.

We have three K-8 elementary schools and one high school serving students in grades 9-12. Our current enrollment is approximately 665 students with approx. 183 of the students residing outside of the district. The non-resident students are from the Unorganized Territories of Madrid, Salem, and Freeman Townships; and the tuitioning towns of Eustis, Carrabassett Valley, Highland Plantation, and Coplin Plantation.

One of our largest challenges is geography as our district covers over 500 square miles and encompasses several non-district towns and unorganized territories.

Mission Statement

It is the responsibility of MSAD# 58’s school community to prepare all students to become productive, caring citizens of our democracy.