Candidate's Night for RSU 21 School Board of Directors

Please join us this coming Monday, May 21st, from 5:30-7:00 p.m. to meet the candidates for the RSU 21 School Board of Directors. The event will also be livestreamed and archived on our website under - school board - agenda. In Arundel, one candidate is running for one open seat. Catherine Rush's term is up and she has decided to step down. In Kennebunkport, one candidate is running for one open seat. Peter Fellenz's term is up and he has decided to step down. In Kennebunk, there are seven candidates running for two open seats. Brad Huot's term is up and he has decided to step down. Mike Mosher's term in up and he is running for another term. We hope this opportunity will help you make an informed decision at the polls.



Solar Probe Presentation at KHS, Thursday, May 24, 2:30-4:00

Dr. Benjamin Chandran, professor at the Space Science Center at University of New Hampshire, will join the KHS Science Club in the auditorium to discuss his work with NASA and the challenges involved in data collection during an important mission to send a probe to study the sun. Students, parents and community members are invited to attend.

Professor Chandran received his Ph.D. from Princeton University in 1997. His research is in the areas of theoretical plasma physics and theoretical astrophysics, particularly problems at the interface between these two fields. His main interests are plasma turbulence, the role of turbulence in the solar corona and other astrophysical settings, and the evolution of baryonic matter in clusters of galaxies. He has also worked on cosmic-ray propagation, particle acceleration at shocks, and the origin of astrophysical magnetic fields. His research program is supported by grants from NASA, NSF, and DOE, and offers research opportunities for undergraduates, graduate students, and postdoctoral scholars.