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Presque Isle High School Will Welcome At Least 5 Exchange Students in the Fall

Presque Isle High School Will Welcome At Least 5 Exchange Students in the Fall

| January 30, 2014

Superintendent Gehrig Johnson says five students from China are enrolled to attend SAD 1 in the fall, and he is hoping to enroll another five students. Johnson says it’s a very long process, but well worth it. Back in October, he traveled to China and visited various cities where he gave presentations to thousands of […]

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SAD 1 – China Transfer Program

SAD 1 – China Transfer Program

| September 20, 2013

A number of schools in Maine have been participating in an international student transfer program with China and other Asian markets. Right now Presque Isle High School has it’s first Chinese student who’s arrived as part of the program. International schooling is basically the idea. Students from China will come to Presque Isle High School […]

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Madawaska Superintendent Makes Resignation Official, Steps Into New Role with SAD 1

Madawaska Superintendent Makes Resignation Official, Steps Into New Role with SAD 1

| August 8, 2013

Madawaska Superintendent Terry Wood has officially resigned. A statement was sent out this morning saying: “I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Madawaska and Grand Isle School Boards for allowing me the privilege of serving as your superintendent for the past two years. I appreciate your vote of confidence in extending my […]

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SAD 1 bond referendum

SAD 1 bond referendum

| June 7, 2013

This upcoming Tuesday June 11th, residents will be heading to the polls to vote on SAD 1′s proposed budget for the 2013 to 2014 school year. Voters will also vote on a bond referendum that would allow the district to spend over 2 million dollars on various energy saving projects. News Source 8 Reporter Angela […]

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Summer Food Program

Summer Food Program

| June 4, 2012

Now that the kids will soon be getting out of school for the summer, what happens to their nutritional needs? Are they getting a good breakfast or lunch? As Dick Palm tells us, a program has got it covered.

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