RSU 18 in the News



Mid-Maine Youth Orchestra in concert March 3 & 5-2/25/17

SIDELINES: Messalonskee boys grinded out regional crown-2/25/17

Messalonskee boys basketball wins Class A North title– 2/24/17

Boys’ basketball: Messalonskee prevents Oceanside repeat in Class A North– 2/24/17

Messalonskee girls basketball wins Class A North title-2/24/17 

Undefeated Messalonskee tops Nokomis for ‘A’ North girls basketball crown-2/24/17 

Messalonskee’s Turner earns MPA Award-2/23/17

Messalonskee stops Skowhegan in overtime-2/22/17

Semifinalists announced for Mr. and Miss Maine basketball-2/22/17

Legend of Messalonskee’s James Kouletsis continues to grow-2/21/17

Messalonskee boys top Gardiner in ‘A’ North quarterfinal-2/18/17

It’s a wide-open field in A North girls basketball tournament-2/15/17

Messalonskee middle-distance and distance runners picking up the pace-2/3/17

Messalonskee girls basketball too much for Gardiner-2/2/17


Messalonskee girls basketball cruises past Nokomis-1/31/17

Superintendent of Oakland-based RSU 18 school district to step down in June – 1/30/17


Financial Fitness Fair held at Messalonskee High School 1/27/17

China Primary School reopens cafeteria after hot water valve leak-1/27/17

January Students of the Month named at Messalonskee High School– 1/25/17

Hampden Academy hockey doubles up on Messalonskee-1/18/17

Eagles rally for win over Rams -1/14/17


Messalonskee girls pull away from Lawrence-1/12/17

A Perfect Match– 1/7/17

Messalonskee Overcomes Oceanside– 1/6/17

Messalonskee Girls too much for Waterville– 1/4/17

Messalonskee High School December Students of the Month– 1/2/17


Changes to high school football discussed– 12/5/16

Messalonskee takes first steps toward districtwide track and field– 12/2/16

Rink managers help schools salvage hockey season after Winslow arena closes-12/1016


Messalonskee high school honor roll-11/30/16

Annual Thanksgiving Day meals offer food, friends, and fellowship in Oakland and Skowhegan-11/24/16

Messalonskee High names November students of the month– 11/17/16

Nick Mayo ready for next step-11/09/16

From QB to FB: Move pays off for Messalonskee Junior-11/01/16

October- 2016

Messalonskee High names October students of the month 

Waterville School, Oakland teams remember Cassidy Charette two years later-10/12/16

Holtz is inspiring her Messalonskee Soccer Teammates-10/11/16


Messalonskee High names September students of the month

Messalonskee’s Littlefield commits to Boston College Field Hockey– 9/30/16


Messalonskee grad opens new house for recovering addicts in Hallowell – 8/14/16

Central Maine schools part of Northeast study of field turf improvement -8/2/16


Literacy education students take first clinical course offered at Thomas College-7/31/16

Acadia Wind Ensemble at Messalonskee Performing Arts Center on Aug. 5- 7/31/16

MS SOFTBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Kirsten Pelletier, Messalonskee -7/16/16

Van, bus buying options considered at RSU 18 budget committee meeting -7/14/16

Messalonskee High School library open during summer-7/5/16


Girls’ lacrosse: Messalonskee wins Class A title in overtime -6/18/16

GIRLS LAX COACH OF THE YEAR: Ashley Pullen, Messalonskee 6/12/16

Messalonskee graduate reflects on milestone -6/9/16

Messalonskee names top seniors- 6/6/16

Messalonskee boys lacrosse wins KVAC A title – 6/4/16

Messalonskee boys pull off another surprise at Class A track championships-6/4/16

Oakland teacher a national treasure.  6/4/16

Messalonskee Softball cruises to KVAC A crown- 6/3/16

Cony boys, Messalonskee girls eye deep playoff runs-6/03/16

Messalonskee pitcher is Maine’s Gatorade Softball Player of the Year- 6/02/16

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Messalonskee girls lacrosse enjoys day for the record books- 6/01/16


Two RSU 18 schools win paint grant to brighten up schools- 5/29/16

Messalonskee boys track rolls to KVAC A championship-05/28/16

Messalonskee’s Lauren Pickett playing in national lacrosse tournament

Messalonskee boys lacrosse upsets Brunswick-5/27/16

Messalonskee girls lacrosse continues to ‘Shine On’- 5/26/16

Messalonskee Middle School students have hands-on science fun-5/26/16

State bond to fund health, safety fixes at six RSU 18 schools- 5/26/16

RSU 18 budget referendum passes in all five towns- 5/25/16

Track and Field Notebook: Community Cup, Capital City Classic kick of championship season this week-5/15/16

RSU 18 residents give initial approval to proposed $34.6 million budget-5/12/16

RSU 18 budget public hearings set for this week

Cassidy Charette to receive posthumous Big Brothers Big Sisters award

Eunice B. Spooner Obituary

HIGH SCHOOL NOTES: Messalonskee senior Sam Bell to continue hockey career with New England Wolves

MS Girls Swimmer of the Year: Kenzie Burton

RSU 18 Alumnus named Mainebiz Small Company Business Leader of the Year.

Oakland’s Sam Dexter ready for big baseball season

RSU 18, Snow Pond charter school negotiate agreement to share services

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mid-Maine celebrates Bigs and Littles

Former Messalonskee standout named Ohio Valley Conference’s top freshman

Boys’ Hockey: Messalonskee Ousts Camden Hills

Messalonskee hockey sinks Camden to reach regional final

College roundup: Beavers open lacrosse season with win

Messalonskee field hockey standout commits to UMaine