Penobscot Valley High School Junior Parent Night

Penobscot Valley High School will be hosting a Student/Parent Night for juniors on Wednesday, April 26 at 6p.m. in the Jim Currie Library. Students and parents are invited for a panel discussion with representatives from the University of Maine, Husson University, UMA, and EMCC. A representative from the Finance Authority of Maine (FAME) will also be available to provide information on FAFSA, grants, scholarships and student loans. Mr. Terry Mitchell, the new guidance director at PVHS, will also be available to provide information. Pizza, soda, water, chips, snacks and desserts will be served at 6p.m. A round table admissions panel and financial aid discussion will follow at 6:30p.m. For more information contact Terry Mitchell at 732-8365 or

Creating Community Night, April 10, 2017Art Walk & Community Night
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   SAD 31/AOS 43 Central Office 
                      Michael Wright, Superintendent 
                             20 Howland Road,
                             LaGrange, ME 04453

                    Meredith Higgins, Assistant Superintendent/
                Director of Curriculum/Instruction/Assessment
                                PHONE: (207) 943-7317
                                FAX:      (207) 943-5314

 Map showing the location of all  SAD#31schools     

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                            Parent  Services:                   

  • Parent Web2School Portal
  •  School Nutrition  - click the school link provided below to the monthly menus 
  • Free meals to SAD 31 Students!!!- Info can be found at the bottom of Food Services page for each school.  All parents asked to fill out and return the form by Sept. 30.

 Hichborn Middle School ( white roof)

Penobscot Valley High School
(darker roofs on the right)
The Penobscot River is in the background.
Ariel photos by Amity Beane
 Enfield Station School (above)