MtBRSD 9 is committed to providing a safe, nurturing, and accepting environment where students can explore and develop their creative and intellectual abilities. We shall educate students, promote their self-esteem, and encourage them to achieve their maximum potential. Students will demonstrate the ability to solve problems and to be self directed life-long learners. As productive members of our society students will demonstrate compassion and ethical judgment.
Chesterville, Farmington, Industry, New Sharon, New Vineyard, Temple, Vienna, Weld, and Wilton.
To enhance all aspects of the educational process by providing student enrichment, individual educational assistance, and relieving teachers of some non-instructional tasks. To stimulate community interest and support through direct and positive participation in MSAD #9 schools.
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: As a MSAD #9 volunteer, you might give us 20 minutes once a year or 3 hours per week. You may never come to a classroom, but prepare material or bake at home. Your gift of time and talent is always appreciated. Here are just a few volunteer possibilities. Assist in classrooms - School libraries - Science projects - Clerical help - Field trips - Special activities - Material preparation - Kindergarten registration - Small group helper - Computers - Foreign languages - Cooking - Winter Fun Days - Field Days. Come share with us - your travels, hobbies, careers, culinary talents (cookies to cordon bleu), artistic or musical talent, heritage, ethnic cooking, life experiences.
MENTORING: We are always looking for mentors for MSAD 9 students. Lunch Buddies meet once a week in our elementary schools for lunch and some one on one time. PALS (Positive Adult Lending Support) Middle School students are matched with community members and meet once a week for 45 minutes. Girls Talk at Academy Hill School is a literary based mentoring program for fifth and sixth grade girls meeting once a month for dinner.