Dear RSU Families,
I write to you this morning with a heavy heart, still grappling with the shock and sadness
that has befallen our communities. The impact of this incident weighs heavily on all of
us, and my thoughts are with each and every one of you during this challenging time.
In the wake of this devastating incident, I want to assure you that the safety and
well-being of our students, staff, and families remain our top priority. The Assistant
Superintendent and I are meeting with area Superintendents this morning. We are also
monitoring local law enforcement updates. In addition, we will be meeting with building
administrators and staff later today to plan and prepare our next steps. We will provide
families with updates later this afternoon.
Below is a one pager from NASP, “Talking with Children about Violence: Tips for
Educators and Families” as a resource. You can also access the Maine Crisis Line
(MCL) 1-888-568-1112 for mental health support.
In times of adversity, our strength lies in our unity and support for one another. Together,
we will navigate through this challenging time, and emerge stronger as a community.
Your resilience and dedication to our students are deeply appreciated.
Take care of yourselves and each other.
Have questions about the budget? Please complete the FAQ Google Form and we will post the answers in the FAQ Answer Sheet
Link to Form and FAQ: https://www.rsu4.org/page/budget
RSU4 Budget FY24: Upcoming Meetings
September 20th ~ Public Budget Meeting Oak Hill High School @ 6:30 pm
October 3rd ~ Referendum Vote (Local Polling Places)
COMMUNITY CARES BACKPACK PROGRAM PRESENTS THE SECOND ANNUAL
COMMUNITY RESOURCE FAIR Sunday, April 30th, 11am - 3pm, Oak Hill Middle School