Supervisory Union News
This is an opportunity to celebrate and honor our school principals for their leadership, service and incredible pursuit of success for our students!
For the month of October, we will spotlight each of our Principals (and Directors too!) within OESU. Watch for our upcoming posts on Facebook!
Orange East Supervisory Union issues the following notice to inform parents/guardians and former students of the Orange East
Supervisory Union’s intent to destroy the special education records effective October 15, 2022 of
students who are no longer receiving special education services and whose graduation year is
prior to or inclusive of 2016. These records will be destroyed in accordance with state law unless
the parent/guardian or eligible (adult) student notifies the school district otherwise.
Your request for the original file must be received by October 14, 2022. See the notice for further details.
You will find updates below from the OESU District School Health Coordinator, Susie Tann, regarding new Student Sick Day Guidelines.
Orange East Supervisory Union, serving the towns of Bradford, Corinth, Groton, Newbury, Ryegate, Topsham, Thetford, and Wells River serves notice that special education and related services are available to appropriately identified individuals between the ages of birth through twenty-one.
Please read the notice below for additional information.
OESU Central Office has released the following "End of the Year Goals Review" for the 2021-2022 school year.
Effective July 1, 2022, Dr. John Barone will join OESU as the Assistant Superintendent. Read more in our press release below.
Are you interested in learning how OESU is utilizing or planning to utilize the federal relief ESSER funds or other grants? Learn more on our Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment page!
Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment
Check out this incredible work to obtain a diverse collection of books for the Thetford Elementary School library!
"Londyn hopes that by getting books onto the library shelves, and into the hands of students and teachers, and the community that there may be a positive impact within her school – and beyond – to help build bridges of understanding and inclusion, and help stop racism and exclusion."