(207) 465-3411 Every Student, Every School, Every Day
RSU18 Content

Latest Posts

  1. From the Principal’s Pen- May

    Posted on April 10, 2018 - School News

    From the Principal’s Pen May 2018 Submitted by: Jennifer McGee, Principal of Atwood Primary School   My father tells me a story of when he was eight years old. He grew up in Livermore Falls, Maine and his father and mother put him on a bus, all alone, and sent him to Washington, DC to… Read More

  2. Atwood Kindergarten Screening, May 8th

    Posted on March 19, 2018 - School News

    If you live in Oakland and your child will be turning five years old by October 15, 2018, please call our school office at 207-465- 3411 to sign up for the Kindergarten Screening on May 8th. Screening only applies to students that have not been previously screened to attend Pre-K in RSU 18.

  3. From the Principal’s Pen- April

    Posted on March 14, 2018 - School News

    From the Principal’s Pen April 2018 Submitted by:  Jennifer McGee, Principal of the Atwood Primary School When I was a child, and something horrible happened on the news, I would panic, and ask my parents:  “Can that happen to me?” Immediately, my mother would soothe me (I was from Mattawamkeag, Maine and then North Anson,… Read More

  4. Animals of the Arctic Art Show

    Posted on March 12, 2018 - School News

    Here are some samples from our fabulous Animals of the Arctic Art Show. Ellen Gronlie, the Atwood art teacher extraordinaire, held this art show on February  28 in the hallways of the Atwood Primary School. Children enjoyed showing their parents and families all of the wonderful artwork, and they enjoyed Arctic snacks and face painting!

  5. From the Principal’s Pen – March 2018

    Posted on March 1, 2018 - School News

    From the Principal’s Pen March 2018 Submitted by:  Jennifer McGee, Principal of Atwood Primary School   I don’t know about you, but I have a few regrets in my life.  I don’t spend time wallowing in regret…that would not be productive….but some regrets do cross my mind from time to time.   One of my… Read More

  6. From the Principal’s Pen- February 2018

    Posted on January 19, 2018 - School News

    From the Principal’s Pen February 2018 Submitted by: Jennifer McGee, Principal of Atwood Primary School Recently, we traveled to Florida.  On the way home, in the Charlotte Airport, I had an experience, that I am still NOT OVER. In between flights, I was sharing a sandwich with my husband.  Even though there were signs in… Read More

  7. From the Principal’s Pen- January 2018

    Posted on December 20, 2017 - School News

    Submitted by: Jennifer McGee, Principal of Atwood Primary School I just finished watching the series Game of Thrones. I felt like I had to do it to fit in.  Everyone was talking about it, and I felt left out of the conversation. The final straw was when we went to a professional baseball game in… Read More

  8. Atwood Annual Holiday Show

    Posted on December 19, 2017 - School News

    The Atwood staff and children performed their annual Holiday Show to a full house yesterday morning! Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and guardians all came to support their Atwood students.  Each grade performed a holiday song, and all of the children danced to four different new songs! The staff also got into the act…and performed their… Read More

  9. Dress Like an Elf…Put Food on the Shelf!

    Posted on December 1, 2017 - School News

    Today was Atwood’s Dress Like an Elf, Bring Food for the Shelf event.  Principal Jenn McGee started the tradition four years ago as the kick off to December’s Falala Fridays.  The event raises money and collects food for our local food pantry. “It’s really caught on,” said Principal McGee. “We posted it on Facebook two… Read More

  10. December Principal’s Pen

    Posted on November 28, 2017 - School News

        I am a nervous wreck most of the time.  I really always have been.  When I was a little girl, I would take every stuffed animal on my bed, and cover my entire body with them. My parents thought I adored my stuffed animals, but in all actuality, I had in mind if… Read More

Older posts