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About Us

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 two PreK-4 elementary schools, a 5-8 Middle school 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.

Employees of the Month!

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As the year draws to a close, let us celebrate each of our employees of the month. 
January - Scott LeHay, Buildings/Grounds and Transportation Director
February - Linda Duncan, Custodian; PES
March - John Chase, Teacher; MTA
April - Sibyl Stevens, Library Tech & Substitute; PES
May - Barbara Collins, Math Teacher; MTA
June - Lynne Cary, Business Manager
September - Cally Brown, Educational Technician, PES
November - Anne Thurlow, Special Education Teacher, DMRMS
December - Erin Demshar, Math Teacher; MTA

School Board Meeting

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The next scheduled School Board Meeting will be Thursday, December 15th @ 7:00 PM at Kingfield Elementary School.

So Many Reasons to Celebrate!

Big Congratulations to Mr. Thompson and Mrs. Warren! 
The first is Selina Greene Warren who teaches at Kingfield Elementary School. Selina was recently recognized as the 2023 Maine Agriculture in the Classroom Teacher of the Year. Selina was recognized at an awards ceremony on October 27th at the Maine State Grange in Augusta. Selina will be attending two National Conferences representing the State of Maine and will be in the running for the National Excellence in Teaching about Agriculture Award.
The second is Kawika Thompson who teaches Physical Education at Day Mountain Regional Middle School. Kawika was recognized at the Maine Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference held at the Samoset Resort, in Rockport, on November 6th. Kawika was honored as the 2022 Middle Level Physical Education Teacher of the Year.


Recent News

Continued Threats

Please see correspondence regarding several threats made to schools across the state again earlier today.