Learn the Warning Signs of Teenage Substance Misuse

The Rx Abuse Leadership Initiative of Maine (RALI Maine) is an alliance of local, state and national organizations committed to finding solutions to end the opioid epidemic in our state.

RALI Maine and its partners are working with Code 3 to bring the RALI CARES educational trailer to Maine. The RALI CARES exhibit is a hands-on tour of a teenage bedroom to learn about possible warning signs of substance misuse. Experts will be on hand to guide you through the trailer, educating participants about warning signs, potential areas of concern, and answer questions parents or caregivers may have. 

September 9th, 2019 3:00pm – 6:30pm
Kennebunk Elementary School

Please click the link below for more information.


Enrollment Task Force Sub-Committee Community Volunteer Form

The Board of School Directors welcomes participation at committee meetings. All committee meetings are open to the public, unless convened in executive session for legally allowable discussions of sensitive issues. For those citizens who wish to be more fully involved, the Board may also appoint community members to serve on various committees. Currently, there are openings for community volunteers on the Elementary Enrollment Task Force Sub-Committee. If you are interested in serving on this District sub-committee, please click on the link below to submit your form. If you need a hard copy form to complete please contact Shelly Allen at shallen@rsu21.net or 985-1100. All forms should be submitted by Friday, August 9, 2019 (by 3PM).

Click here to complete the online form.

Gulf of Maine Council 2019 Visionary Award

Here’s a picture of staff member, Melissa Luetje, KHS, Pam Morgan, UNE, Leia Lowery, Director of Education, Kennebunkport Conservation Trust, receiving the Gulf of Maine Council 2019 Visionary Award in Nova Scotia. The Award recognizes innovation, creativity and commitment to marine protection by businesses, environmental organizations, or individuals who are making a difference to the health of the Gulf of Maine. Each were recognized for the outstanding work on the Gulf of Maine Studies Community Based Stewardship Initiative. The educational collaboration among Kennebunkport Conservation Trust, University of New England, and Kennebunk Regional High School has inspired creation of similar programs in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Nova Scotia. This innovative approach to combining interdisciplinary classroom education with outdoor learning and local environmental stewardship projects is having a lasting positive impact on students throughout the Gulf of Maine.