Family Skiing Day, February 12

The Hall Dale Elementary School PTO has arranged a special family and friends ski afternoon at Lost Valley in Auburn.  Anyone who is part of the RSU #2 community (students, teachers, parents, staff & friends) is welcome to join us. This is an excellent opportunity to enjoy the beautiful Maine winter with a very low cost lift ticket and equipment rentals.  Just present this coupon at the rental center & lift ticket booth for your discounted afternoon of skiing.

WHEN:  Sunday, February 12, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
WHERE:  Lost Valley, 200 Lost Valley Road
  Auburn, ME 04210-8598
  (207) 784-1561

FMI and coupon:

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

12 January, Snow Day

The Snowflake
~~Walter de la Mare

Before I melt, 
Come, look at me!
This lovely icy filigree!
Of a great forest
In one night
I make a wilderness
Of white:
By skyey cold
Of crystals made,
All softly, on
Your finger laid,
I pause, that you
My beauty see:
Breathe, and I vanish

Thursday, January 12, 2012

23 November, Snow Day

“Things to Do If You Are the Snow”

Dance, dance, dance all the night.
Fly in the sky—
Cover all the streets—
Cover all the grass—
Pile up on the rooftops—
Perch on the branches of all the trees—
Sparkle when the sun shines—
Quiet the city.
Close the schools.

by Bobbi Katz,
Poems Just for Us

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Procedure for School Cancelations, Delays and Early Dismissals

In the event of snow, ice or other weather conditions that require the closing or delay of school, the following procedure will be followed by the RSU:

Between 5:00 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. information concerning general road and schoolyard conditions, weather forecasts and road commissioners’ reports will be considered by those making the school closing decision. Information regarding weather and road conditions will be forwarded to the Superintendent before 5:00 a.m. should a concern exist regarding unsafe driving conditions.

A decision to close/delay or not to close/delay school will be made between 5:30 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. by the Superintendent or his designee.

If weather and road conditions permit, a delayed school opening may occur. In the event a delayed opening is used, announcement of same will be made over the radio and television.

The Superintendent will confer with city and town Road Commissioners and Transportation Directors regarding storm and road conditions that may affect length of the school day. If the decision to close is made prior to 9:30 a.m. the closing will be announced over area radio stations.

When necessary to dismiss school early, middle school and high school buses will operate approximately one-half hour earlier than elementary bus runs. Only in unusual circumstances, safety of pupils being the controlling factor, will early dismissal occur prior to serving school lunch.

When there is an early dismissal, all school activities scheduled in the afternoon or evening of that day will be cancelled for that day, including adult education classes.

When there is a “no school day” and weather and road conditions improve sufficiently prior to 2:00 p.m. the decision may be made by the Superintendent to allow a pre-scheduled evening extra-curricular or adult education classes to be held. In the event the activity is held, an announcement will be made over local radio stations.

Radio/TV Stations used for announcements are WABK (104.3 FM), WGAN, WMME (92 Moose), Cumulus Radio, MIX 107.9, WCSH TV (Channel 6), WGME TV (Channel 13), WMTW TV (Channel 8) and WABI TV (Channel 5)

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Information Regarding Progress Reports

Please read the attached files for information regarding Progress Reports 2011-2012 and a list of Common Vocabulary for RSU2:



Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Pancake Breakfast

Come support the Class of 2014 on October 8th and enjoy a delicious breakfast. Sophomores will be serving pancakes, eggs, and sausage dished up with a large portion of gratitude for your support. Proceeds will be used to begin their Project Graduation fund.

Breakfast begins at 7:00 a.m. and continues until 10:00 a.m.. The cost is $5.00 per person or $12.00 per family. Please join us at the Hall-Dale High School cafeteria and enjoy a scrumptious breakfast while you support our students.

Wednesday, October 05, 2011

* Fine Arts & Craft Fair *

Fine Arts and Craft Fair

Monday, October 03, 2011

Maine Dental Health Out-Reach (Tooth Angel Mobile Dental Hygiene Program)

Reminder to all Hall-Dale Middle School & High School Parents

Maine Dental Health Out-Reach (Tooth Angel Mobile Dental Hygiene Program) is scheduled to be at the middle school and high school in early October.  If you would like your son/daughter to be seen by the Hygienist or if you have questions about the program, please contact Michelle Veayo, School Nurse, at 622-4162, extension 213 or by e-mail:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Monday, September 26, 2011

Student Laptop Documents, 2011-2012

Each form has a signature page to sign and return to the schools when requested. The Acceptable Use Policies and Sig. file has copies of the IJNDB - STUDENT COMPUTER AND INTERNET USE and IJNDB-R - STUDENT COMPUTER AND INTERNET RULES in addition to the signature page.




Thursday, September 15, 2011

Temporary Bus Route Changes

Route 201 in Farmingdale will be closed to thru-traffic from approximately 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9 until Thursday night, Sept. 15, weather permitting. The construction of a large box culvert between Northern Ave. and Sheldon St. requires that the road be closed and for a detour to be in effect. Rt. 201 will be open to local traffic only between Maple St. and Sheldon St. for access to homes and businesses. Access to all businesses will be maintained. All bus riders will receive a change in bus service notification by Friday. Busses will still run, but some stops will be affected. If you would like to hear the changes immediately, please call your school’s office.

Wednesday, September 07, 2011

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