Welcome to SAD #4!
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SAD # 4 & SAD # 46 Unify on an Innovative Purpose 

He did it!!

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Hello everyone,

The SAD4 Education Association is sponsoring a "dress up day" once a month within our district. It's called "Red for Ed" and the idea is that in wearing the color red, you will be showing your support for public schools.  Our district will do this on the first Wednesday of the month, although throughout the nation, it happens every Wednesday so feel free to participate more frequently. We would like to encourage teachers, staff, admin, students, parents, community members, etc. to join us in shedding light on the importance of education and public schools. 

It began in West Virginia, Oklahoma, Arizona, Kentucky, and North Carolina when teachers, support staff, students, and community members stood together to let others know that what we do is important and should be valued. The "Red for Ed" movement is sweeping across the country as educators and their students make their voices heard for strong public schools. The cover of the November edition of the Maine Educator, the monthly publication for the Maine Education Association, featured "Red for Ed".

*Here is what the NEA says about Red for Ed...
          When we think about the promise of education today, we see the future leaders of our nation and the qualified educators who reach, teach and inspire them. We see classrooms with modern tools that help students prepare to make an impact on the world. We see students getting the support they need to thrive and educators having the support they need to serve.
          We see progress and hope.
          But today we also see budgets being cut, overcrowded classrooms and outdated materials. We see educators working around the clock to make a difference in the lives of their students and standing up to lawmakers to ask for better pay and school funding. We're raising our voices together for our students, for our schools and for ourselves as educators.
          That's why we’re wearing Red for Ed.

Please join us by wearing red THIS WednesdayTo find out more about "Red for Ed", please visit http://neatoday.org/redfored/#did-you-know

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Piscataquis Community Elementary School

Piscataquis Community
High School

Directions to SAD #4

Do not enter our address into a GPS because you will find yourself
on a discontinued road 
in an unorganized territory.

From the South:
North on I-95; take the Newport exit #157. Follow Routes 11 and 7 north to Dexter. In Dexter, go straight through the light in the middle of town. After passing the Shop 'n Save on your right, take a left onto Route 23 NORTH. Rt. 23 will take you through the town of Sangerville and across a bridge to a STOP sign. This intersects with Route 15. Take a left at the stop sign and proceed into Guilford until you come to the intersection of Rt. 150. Take a right (north) onto Rt. 150 (just before the Shell Station). Continue 50 yards and take a right into the MSAD #4 campus.  Piscataquis Community High School are in the same building by the soccer field. Piscataquis Elementary & Middle School sits up on the hill to the left. The Central Office is located at 31 High Street, Suite C.

From Bangor:
Take Broadway (Rt. 15) to Dover-Foxcroft (about 35 miles). Continue through Dover-Foxcroft on Rt. 15 north to Guilford. As you enter the town of Guilford, take a right just before the Shell Station on  your right (onto Rt. 150). Follow instructions written above.

From the North:
From I-95 South, take Exit 217 (Howland/Lagrange). Turn right onto Rt. 6; follow Rt. 6 to Lagrange. Take a right and follow Rt. 6/16 into Milo. In the town of Milo, take a left and follow Rt. 16 to Dover-Foxcroft. At the Post Office in Dover-Foxcroft (on your right); take a left onto North Street.  At the first light take a right onto Rt. 15. This will take you into the town of Guilford. Follow instructions written above.

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    New Weather Station

    Rochelle Titcomb received a grant this summer from the Perloff Family Foundation for a weather station project. We now have a really nice new working weather station on the PCES roof. A web cam will also go up there in the future.

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