Millinocket Schools P.O. Box 30 Millinocket, ME 04462 Phone 207-723-6430 Fax 207-723-6437

Millinocket School Department

199 State St.

Millinocket, ME 04462

207-723-6400

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Notification Regarding TIF

As described below, our U.S. Department of Education (USDOE) Teacher Incentive Fund (TIF) grant requires that teachers in grades and subjects who administer the state assessment use the results of this assessment as a weighted measure in their evaluation and professional growth program.

For grades and subjects in which assessments are required under section 1111(b)(3) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended (ESEA), student achievement must be based on a students scores on such assessments and may include other measures that are rigorous and comparable across schools in the LEA. Thus, the evaluation of teachers who teach fifth grade math, for example, must be based, in part, on student achievement on the fifth grade math assessment required under ESEA

While the State transitions from the old assessment (NECAP) to the new one for these grades and subjects, we will need to wait until this transition occurs before there will be meaningful state data to inform educator evaluation and professional growth. A formal waiver process is required by the USDOE in order for districts to use alternative measures of student growth for evaluation purposes. More information on this is described in our letter to Commissioner Rier here.

Should you have questions or need additional information on this issue, feel free to contact:

Dr. Kenneth Smith

Superintendent of Schools

199 State Street, Millinocket, Maine

(207) 723-6500


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Welcome to Millinocket

The Millinocket School District would like to welcome you to our website which is more than just a Mt. Kahtadin in the falllook at our schools, it is a look at our town too.  We are located at the edge of Baxter State Park and home to a state of the art Outdoor Recreation facility.  As a school district we are lucky to have such a supportive and safe community to work and learn. We are dedicated to providing a world class education that is rigorous, relevant and motivating to ensure that students reach their individual potential in an environment of continual learning for both students and staff.

The three schools in our district are wonderful facilities that have state of the art technology, wonderful teachers, and create innovative learning environments.  Granite Street Elementary has been part of the Reading First Grant and offers students a chance to grow in a reach literacy based curriculum.  Millinocket Middle School has integrated their core disciplines in classes such as Herpetology Lab, Outdoor Students in Outdoor EducationEducation, and Engineering.  Stearns High School has been part of a grant that allows for University of Southern Maine fellows to work with science classes on extended labs.  The high school also has award winning sports teams and Performing Arts programs.

 Please take some time to explore our site and see just what is available to students in Millinocket, Maine.

Sincerely,

Dr. Kenneth Smith

Superintendent of Schools