Peninsula School

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FY 2019 Proposed Budget

Work is underway on the RSU 24 budget for school year 2018-2019. Click here to view the Budget Development Calendar and information presented at Budget Workshops.
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March 23rd Student Day

Weather has sure taken a toll on our school calendar. To date, we have had to cancel school six times district wide, with one of our schools having a seventh day off due to loss of power. In light of these cancellations and with the uncertainty of the weather over the next couple of weeks, we will be changing our March 23rd Professional Day (teachers only) to a regular student day. Since March 23 is a Friday, we will have the regular early release, beginning at 1:30 at the high school. Thank you ahead of time for your patience and understanding.
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Middle School Students to be part of new Building Project

At the RSU #24 Board of Directors meeting on Feb 6, 2018, the Board voted unanimously to include the middle school grades (6-8) as part of the new building project. There was optimism expressed by the board and by several in the audience that this move is in the best interest of our students. This is an important milestone in the project and will allow us to move forward with the new building process.
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Honoring Henri Gignoux

At the RSU #24 Board of Directors meeting on Feb 6, 2018, we took time to recognize Henri Gignoux who will be leaving his post as a board member. Henri has proudly represented the town of Steuben since August of 2012 and has worked hard for the students of RSU #24. Thank you Henri for your years of service.
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March 13, 2018

Due to the approaching storm, RSU #24 will be dismissing at 11:30am today. This includes Adult Education.

Tonight's 8th Grade Open House at SMHS is postponed until Monday, March 19 at 6pm.
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RSU 24 Board of Directors Meeting tomorrow (Tuesday, 2/6)

Greetings from RSU #24. A reminder that we have our monthly RSU #24 Board of Directors meeting tomorrow (Tuesday, 2/6) night at the District Services Facility. The board may be making a decision on whether to include grades 6-8 in the new high school building project. Your participation and input is greatly encouraged. The attached document includes the summary feedback from the visioning work done by Katrina Kane. Hope to see you at the meeting.
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