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About Us

MSAD #58 is a small, rural school district in the Western Mountains of Maine and includes the towns of Phillips, Avon, Kingfield, and Strong.  We have three K-8 elementary schools and one high school serving students in grades 9-12. Our current enrollment is approximately 665 students with approx. 183 of the students residing outside of the district. The non-resident students are from the Unorganized Territories of Madrid, Salem, and Freeman Townships; and the tuitioning towns of Eustis, Carrabassett Valley, Highland Plantation, and Coplin Plantation.  One of our largest challenges is geography as our district covers over 500 square miles and encompasses several non-district towns and unorganized territories.

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2022/2023 MSAD # 58 PreK Enrollment is now open.
 
If you have a child that will turn 4 prior to October 15th, 2022 and would like to start the enrollment process, please visit the district website.
 
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Veterans Day

Last week, our students learned about the importance of Veterans Day and helped decorate our school by hanging stars and bringing in banners to recognize Veterans in their own families. Students in both 3rd and 4th grade prepared and shared the meaning of The Table Set for One.
This morning students, staff and community members at Phillips Elementary School were excited to welcome members of American Legion Post #61 to our school. We started the day with breakfast with our guests and then everyone gathered at the flagpole to say the Pledge of Allegiance. Next, we learned about the symbolism of flag folding and participated in a Flag Retirement Ceremony. Students were very engaged and eager to show their appreciation.