25 Messalonskee Avenue
Waterville, Maine 04901-5437
Superintendent of Schools
Eric L. Haley - firstname.lastname@example.org
- December 6, 2019 - Request for Proposals released for the district's copier and printer fleet. The RFP is available here.
- December 6, 2019 - Waterville Public Schools, along with a variety of education partners including Educare, Kennebec Valley Community College, Thomas College, Colby College, and Mid-Maine Regional Adult Community Education, have launched a community-wide education initiative called Strengthening, Partnering and Reinforcing Community (SPaRC). SPaRC’s mission is to transform Waterville into a nationally recognized hub of educational excellence. You can visit the SPaRC website at www.WatervilleSPaRC.org for more information, including frequently asked questions and information about the January 7 Community Meeting being held at Waterville Senior High School.
- The November 18 School Board meeting has been postponed a week until November 25, 2019 due to weather.
- The Waterville, Winslow and Vassalboro school boards have voted to join RSU18 and SAD54 in the Kennebec Valley Alliance Regional Service Center.
- The 2019-2020 Waterville School calendar is now available.
Our Mission Statement
The mission of the Waterville Public Schools is to help students attain the knowledge, skills, and attitudes they need to achieve personal fulfillment, be responsible citizens, do meaningful work, and pursue lifelong learning. To achieve our mission we believe that our curriculum should provide all students with a foundation of knowledge, skills and academic standards, along with opportunities to demonstrate and apply learning in varied ways across all curriculum areas. Curriculum and program offerings should provide opportunities for all students to realize their fullest potential and to celebrate their individual worth. Programs and activities should be challenging and should promote and enhance student's physical, emotional, intellectual, and social well being. Furthermore, we will strive to produce graduates who think critically and independently, adapt to new and changing situations, make appropriate choices, and act in a respectful and responsible manner. We believe that all employees of Waterville Public Schools should serve as models for students in helping them:
- Demonstrate the ability to solve problems.
- Communicate clearly and effectively.
- Discover ways to express themselves creatively.
- Make responsible decisions as world citizens.
- Use technological resources to enhance their learning.
- Research, analyze, and apply information.
- Behave in a respectful and responsible manner.
- Appreciate world cultures and diversity.
Waterville Public Schools is committed to working with parents and the community to provide the necessary leadership, resources and support to accomplish our mission.