Welcome to Regional School Unit #19

Maine Schools for Excellence

Click here to view a keynote address on proficiency-based education, delivered by former Maine Education Commissioner, Mr. J. Duke Albanese, to the RSU 19 faculty and staff during the opening workshop on August 25, 2014.

 District Mission

Inspire every student. 
Instill a motivation for learning. 
Insure contributing citizens.

Our Vision

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

  • For the second year, Superintendent Greg Potter called for nominations in five (5) categories of coworkers who make a positive impact in RSU 19.  The Employee Recognitions were announced at an all staff workshop on Monday, August 22, 2014 at Nokomis Regional High School.  The following staff members received a plaque and were not only surprised by their award, but also by family members invited in their honor:



    Outstanding New Support Staff Member (employed 4 years or less)

  • School Resource Officer Chris MacCrillis and students enjoy the annual student art show, recently on display at St Albans School.

  • On Friday, May 2, Nokomis students and staff gathered in the gym to cheer on all third-year students in anticipation of Saturday's SAT, a rigorous assessment required by the State as part of Maine's comprehensive assessment system. 



  • This "Heart Quilt" is created with images of things the students at Hartland Consolidated love. 


    Pieced together by Mrs. Tardif,  the "Heart Quilt" consists of almost 200 individual 4"x4" squares, to show the unity of the school and community.  The students did a wonderful job! 

  • Georgia Charles has been selected as the Career and Technical Education Student of the Year at Tri-County Technical Center.  She is a senior at Nokomis Regional High School and is completing her second year of training in the Building Trades Program at TCTC.  Her hometown is Corinna, ME.  You may have seen Georgia on TV recently because she attended the “Totally Trades” fair held in Bangor where she was interviewed for the TV5 nightly news.

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