Hancock County Schools Have Received 5.4 Million in Coronavirus Relief Funding
According to the Department of Education's website, Hancock County schools have received 5,413,172.82 in Coronavirus relief funding, compared to Portland's Schools which have received 6,238,716.46 in funding, the most in the State. Here's the breakdown for Hancock County Schools
Governor Opens COVID Testing, Grants Money to Schools, Businesses
The governor's administration has announced more widespread testing for COVID-19, and grant money being distributed to schools and businesses.
MDIRSS Makes Changes in Employee COVID-19 Testing Program
Dr. Marc Gousse the AOS 91 Superintendent sent out the following message to Parents and Families on Monday, September 21st outlining changes in the Employee COVID-19 testing program.
Secretary of State Says Mask Hanging from Mirror Is a Hazard
Maine's Secretary of State says he's concerned about the number of face coverings he sees hanging from people's car mirrors.
RSU 24 Board of Directors Say No to Fall Interscholastic Sports
On Tuesday, September 1, the RSU 24 Board of Directors voted unanimously to suspend interscholastic athletics for its students for the fall sports season.
Conners Emerson Secretary Exposed to COVID-19 Will Quarantine Until August 30
Note - We post this NOT to frighten, but to demonstrate the continued importance of wearing a face mask, washing your hands, and remaining socially distant where possible. As teachers, staff faculty return to school on Wednesday, August 26th and students on September 8th in Hancock County it unders…
Governor Mills Warns of the Dangers of Pandemic Fatigue
As the large outbreak in Millinocket spreads to smaller outbreaks, Governor Mills warns of the dangers of giving in to pandemic fatigue.