RSU57


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Line Elementary News:


Massabesic Athletic Complex 
Renovation Project Update

Waterboro, September 10, 2014 
The RSU 57 School Board approved sending the issue of the field and athletic facility renovation to voters during the upcoming November 4th election based on the recommendation the Finance Committee. Voters will be asked to approve a bond of $4.9 million for a project that will cost $6.8 million.  The balance will come from grants, donations and district capital funds.

Public opportunity to vote on this bond item will be included the general elections set for Tuesday Nov 4, 2014.

**Public Hearing scheduled for Monday, October 20th at 7pm in the High School Auditorium

This project will include:

Creating a Stadium Complex for use by more High School and Community teams and organizations.

  • Resurfacing the track, which is currently unusable for competition due to deterioration.  This renovation will provide a safe location for athletes to practice and for community members alike.  Massabesic will also be able to host track meets again including potentially regional and state competitions.
  • Widening the field surface to accommodate soccer, field hockey, lacrosse and other field sports, adding greater access to lighted competition areas.  This piece of the project will include a synthetic surface which will allow many more teams to have access to the field.
  • Installing permanent bleachers to accommodate spectator seating for all events.
  • Leveling other playing fields and practice fields increasing safety for all using them.
  • Upgrading softball and baseball fields to allow home games (softball) to be home.
  • Constructing new tennis courts for High School competition and public use.
  • Adding bathroom facilities, storage facilities and parking to accommodate the public.  
  • Constructing a new maintenance facility.  The current maintenance space within the High School building will be converted to a fitness center for students, athletes and community use.
  • Replacing fencing for security purposes and controlling access more efficiently.
If approved in November the project will be bid with the expectation of beginning construction in the spring of 2015.  Local contractors and businesses will be encouraged
to bid on this project or participate however possible.

  • The RSU57 web page has a link to community events happening throughout the district. This can be found under the "community" heading on the district web site. We have also added this link to our site on the left menu under "Parent Resources." 
  • When your student is absent please call the school in the morning on the date of absence. When a student is absent and we do not receive a phone call from a parent or guardian giving us the reason for the absence, our procedure requires that a call home, usually by Mrs. Winn, be made to verify the parent is aware of the absence and the reason why. It is very helpful to us if we receive a call before the start of the school day and you can leave a message if a call is made before school hours.
  • A link to information regarding current PTC fundraising opportunities has been added to the PTC section of this website.  Please click on the link in the PTC section for more information on how you can participate in our Genevieve, Box Tops for Education, Clynk, and Hannaford Bucks fundraisers.









Past and present Line School students participated in the Lego Gearbots (called SM Gearbots) competition that took place on April 6th. The Line School/ MMS team, called "The Brickinators" was comprised of Bryce Cline, Gregg Floyd, Aidan Libby, Jacob Beaulieu and Luc Beaulieu.  They came in second place in the Walker competition.
They did a really nice job and had great attitudes!











The PTC tag sale raised nearly $3000.00!

The PTC sponsored tag sale raised nearly $3000.00!




Using science to make "SLIME" during school electives.



Our PTC hosted a wonderful breakfast for bus driver appreciation week.

An Overview of Performance/Proficiency Based Education








1st grade students learned about the nutcracker and practices some measuring skills prior to their field trip to experience a live performance of the ballet at Merrill Auditorium in Portland. Following the performance, students had a chance to get a little energy out at a local park.







The Line School participated in the Limerick Holiday Parade on December 7th.




What a great turnout for out K/1 holiday concert!