Maine School Administrative District No. 1

Presque Isle Middle School


569 Skyway Street · Presque Isle, ME 04769
207-764-4474

Presque Isle Middle School

Mission Statement/Goals
Staff Directory
Monthly Calendar
Student Activities
Student-Parent Handbook
Lunch Menu

Welcome!

Welcome to the Presque Isle Middle School web pages. Our mission is to provide all students and staff with a premiere education in a safe and supportive environment. We believe that students learn best when they are actively engaged in the learning process and we hold high expectations for our students and our staff. We support individual teaching and learning styles and provide the opportunity for all to take risks, learn and experience success. As a community of learners we value open communication and accomplishments are shared and celebrated. We strive to promote habits of life long learning to assist our students and staff in becoming responsible, productive and informed members of an ever-changing world.

Presque Isle Middle School has a current student population of approximately 450 students. The professional teaching staff includes 32 faculty supported by 25 staff members. Its administration includes a principal, assistant principal, and facilities manager.

Presque Isle Middle School (PIMS) is located in Presque Isle. It is the sole middle school in MSAD #1 which serves five communities Castle Hill, Chapman, Mapleton, Presque Isle, and Westfield and is governed by a seventeen-member Board of Directors. The district has approximately 2100 students with two pre-K programs, one k-2 elementary school, one 3-5 elementary school and one K-5 elementary school, one 6-8 middle school and one 9-12 high school which includes a regional technology center.

Thank you for visiting the Presque Isle Middle School web pages. We hope you will find them interesting and informative.

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Last updated: May 29, 2013