We're with you.
Your safety is our #1 goal. We have worked hard to develop plans for multiple scenarios for this year in order for us to be in schools while maintaining a healthy environment.
Opportunity for Public Comment on the ARP Consolidated Application
The ARP spending proposal listed as an agenda item on the posted Board of Education Agenda for July 21, 2021.
The proposal will be posted on the district webpage subsequent to the presentation to the Board of Directors meeting.
The public comment period will extend through August 6, 2021
Public comments on the ARP Consolidated application should be directed to the Superintendent of Schools at:
Carl Gartley, Superintendent
41 Heath Street
Oakland, ME 04963
You have questions. We have answers.
We are collecting feedback every day and doing our best to keep you updated as things continue to evolve. Be sure to check out the latest frequently asked questions on our FAQs page for up to date information.
I’m getting “Your device does not meet testing requirements” error. How do I fix this?
Open Settings from the iPad home screen Select Safari from the left Turn off Request Desktop Website Close iPad settings Go back to Safari Select Refresh and wait for the sign in screen to appear
I get “Oops! Where’s my test window?” when launching NWEA. How do I fix this?
Whenever you see this screen it means your browser is blocking popups. There are multiple ways to fix this depending on which device you're using. Scroll down for specific instructions for your device and browser.Safari (iPad) Open Settings from iPad home screen...
How will students maintain distance during lunch?
Answers to many questions regarding meal times have already been answered. Read our approach to nutrition to learn more.
What is the school’s protocol if a confirmed COVID-19 case occurs in the district?
If there is a staff member or student who is confirmed by a physician to have tested positive for COVID-19, we will follow the CDC guidelines for precautions. Currently, that would mean that person must self isolate for 10 days since the confirmed test, with at least...
If we return to distance learning, how will students be graded/what standards will they be held to?
If a student is attending in person or if the student is choosing remote learning, or if we have to shift to all students having to be remote, our goal is to keep the grading and academic standards as close to normal as possible. That means for grades,...
We have embraced technology for decades. Because of this, we are able to stay connected to our students no matter where they are. Our approach to learning, remote or on-premise, relies on our ongoing investment in modern technology.
LIVE Remote Learning Technical Support
If you have technical issues during remote learning, call our dedicated technical support hotline at 207-680-2775 to reach a live technician. We are here for you from 8am-3pm.
Questions or Comments?
We want to hear from you. It is your feedback that has shaped the way we reopen our schools.
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Nutrition and Food Service
With advanced protocols around cleaning in between lunch periods and a modified schedule we are able to keep our students safe and meet the Maine CDC recommendations.
Our ongoing committment to clean air and a clean environment enables us to adequately ventilate our schools. Slight modifications will allow us to create designated space for any students feeling a bit under the weather.