The Maine Department of Health and Department of Education released fully vaccinated COVID-19 vaccination rates for school staff throughout the entire state as of August 31st, on September 15th. Below, are the rates for Hancock County schools

  • Adams School - 83.3%
  • Airline Community School - 69.2%
  • Bay School - 88.9%
  • Beech Hill School - Suppressed or Did Not Submit
  • Blue Hill Consolidated School - 89.5%
  • Blue Hill Harbor School - Suppressed or Did Not Submit
  • Brooklin School - 85.0%
  • Brooksville Elementary School - 87.5%
  • Bucksport High School - 73.1%
  • Cave Hill School - 81.8%
  • Conners-Emerson School - 96.4%
  • Cranberry Isles School - 60.0%
  • Dedham School - 61.3%
  • Deer Isle Stonington Elementary School - 70.3%
  • Deer Isle Stonington High School - 81.6%
  • Ellsworth Elementary Middle School 60.8%
  • Ellsworth High School - 46.5%
  • Frenchboro Elementary School - 100.0%
  • G.Herbert Jewett School - 84.6%
  • George Stevens Academy - 76.0%
  • Graham Lake School - Suppressed or Did Not Submit
  • Hancock County Technical Center - 80.0%
  • Hancock Grammar School - 90.0%
  • Lamoine Consolidated School - 100.0%
  • Miles Lane School - 72.7%
  • Mountain View School - 52.2%
  • Mount Desert Elementary School - Suppressed or Did Not Submit
  • Mount Desert Island High School - 88.3%
  • Pemetic Elementary School - 85.1%
  • Peninsula School - 75.0%
  • Penobscot Elementary School - 87.0%
  • Sedgewick Elementary School - 91.7%
  • Sumner Memorial High School - 84.1%
  • Surry Elementary School - 78.9%
  • Swans Island Elementary School - 81.8%
  • Tremont Consolidated School - 62.2%
  • Trenton Elementary School - 96.0%
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