3 Aggregate Road, Poland, ME 04274
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Amy Hediger, Curriculum CoordinatorAmy Hediger, Curriculum Coordinator


207-998-2727, ext 104

As curriculum coordinator here at RSU 16, Amy is responsible for organizing, implementing, and supervising curricula and educational programs for our schools. Collaborating with superintendent and principals and working as a team to implement school and district objectives is a critical component of Amy’s position.  Her work also includes observing and training teachers, ordering new instructional materials, and ensuring the school curriculum meets all state guidelines. She meets with school administrators and she assesses student's grades with the goal of helping the school raise their overall test scores. With Amy’s experience, education, and her warm and friendly demeanor, she is a perfect fit for this leadership position that consists of challenging and intellectually demanding work. She is also certified to act as Assistant Superintendent when needed. Amy stays current with the newest educational technologies and new instructional methods - making sure our district is meeting all requirements to provide our students with the best possible education.

Testing and Accountability

The Every Student Succeeds Act, known as ESSA was signed into law December 2015 by President Obama. This empowers districts to strengthen school accountability, interventions & innovations by shifting authority from the federal government to the states, creating new opportunities for states to develop innovative approaches that enhance school performance.


RSU 16 Accepting ESEA Application Comments

RSU 16 accepts funding through the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965. As part of ESEA, RSU 16 is required to provide reasonable opportunity for public comment on the consolidated application and consider such comment prior to submission of the application.

RSU 16 is accepting public comment on the ESEA application through July 30, 2019.  Click here to share your thoughts about the application’s goals and priorities.

'Beginning with information from the 2017-18 school year, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires states and districts to publish annual school report cards on or before December 31 for the preceding school year. These report cards will provide policymakers, parents and other stakeholders with important information about the performance of schools in their district and state.'