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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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5th Grade Social Studies Class Featured Photo

5th Grade Social Studies Class

The 5th grade is learning about invention during the Industrial Revolution and how they changed society. This activity involves using the telegraph to transmit in Morse Code.
Week Of the Young Child Book Event Featured Photo

Week Of the Young Child Book Event

Phillips Elementary School celebrated The Week of the Young Child on April 13th. A total of 45 children, ages 0-10, were able to go alphabet fishing, dance to songs, go on a book walk, plant seeds, eat a snack and pick out free books all while socially distancing! Children from the district who were unable to attend are still going home with books. Thank you to Mrs. Wilkins and Ms. Mathieu who helped set up the event and a special thank you to Ms. Sybil, Miss Erica and Miss Cally for helping me run the event. Miss Jillian