1457 Maine Street, Poland, ME 04274
Phone 207-998-5400| Fax 207-998-5060
School Office Hours 7:00-4:00
School Hours 7:40-2:10 (1:10 on Wednesdays)

Athletics News


Live Streaming Now Available

Boys and GirlsBoys’ and Girls’, Varsity and JV home games are now being streamed live. You, or a far-away family member, can view them by purchasing a pass on the NFHS network. Just follow these steps:
1. Go to NFHSnetwork.com
2. Enter Poland Regional High School in search box
3. Click “Follow” so you can stay up to date on all upcoming Knights broadcasted events
4. Click “Subscribe” for all subscription options for our school

Ice Hockey News

Poland Regional is represented by 6 players on both the boys’ and girls’ ice hockey teams. The Red Hornets (EL/Leavitt/Poland) are off to a hot start, 6-0 at press time. The Kings (Leavitt/GNG/Oak Hill/Poland) are 1-1-1 at press time. Both teams play at the Norway Savings Bank Arena in Auburn.

Coach Openings

MS Indoor Track

MS Softball

MS Field Hockey

MS Outdoor Track

Head Football

HS JV Field Hockey

HS Outdoor Track

MS Boys’ Soccer  

Character Culture

I was recently reminded of Coach John Woodens’ list of team rules, he had only three:

  1.  Be on Time
  2.  Don’t use profanity
  3.  Don’t criticize your team mates


Remember, kids must get co-curricular credit to march at graduation. We want them to experience Poland Regional High School’s community outside the classroom. Please encourage them to get involved. Here are a few that might interest them.

Math Team-Ms. Elias-Castillo and Mr. Franklin have been busy with the math team. The mostly Junior group have a competitive attitude that has added equated to increased scoring at math meets. Keep up the good work!

Knight Writer-Mr. Chutchian is always looking for articles for the school newspaper. Any students interested in writing a piece, should contact Mr. Chutchian. The Knight Writer staff will be taking a field trip early second semester to the Sun Journal. Articles are published on the www.rsu16.org web site.

Yearbook-Yearbooks are on sale. Better to order early as prices go up as the year progresses.

Fishing Club-If your child enjoys fishing, maybe they would like to participate with the Fishing Club. Mr. Tidd and Mr. Latham take a fall and spring fishing trip. They also tie flies in the winter. Who knew you could get co-curricular credit for fishing?

Speech and Debate-Mr. Robinson is always looking to add a few good debaters.


December 2018

Congratulations to our fall athletes that were chosen to receive the Coaches Award for our fall athletic teams. These athletes were selected for their demonstration of the three core values of Citizenship, Character and Community. Our teams included in their goals this fall to play with honor and dignity, to play the game the right way. Knight Nation is proud of you.

Coaches Awards

Kylie Thibodeau

Max Arel

Cross Country
Jacob Gagnon
Mia Turkington

Soccer Boys’
Mitchell Bean
Brayden Gurney

Field Hockey
Brianna Doucette

Soccer Girls’
Alyssa Gagne
Annie McGlauflin

Gawain Tibbetts
Collin Carrier


Colby Bell

Sydney Pinkham

Jacob Bernard

Magnus Sibley

Brianna Doucette

Elizabeth Tibbetts

Hwida Nawass


The 2018 Field Hockey Program received the Class B South Sportsmanship Banner!

We are proud!
A photo of the Girl's Field Hockey with an award flag


Winter Coaches and Teams

Boys’ Basketball-Tyler Tracy, Steve Ray, Eddie Ray, Tom Labrie
Girls’ Basketball-Tim Dolley, Jake Webb
Indoor Track-Rick Kramer, TBA
Cheer- Tammy Swett
Boys’ Hockey-The Kings-Joe Hutchinson, Greg Vaillancourt, Ryan Gosselin, Brian Doucette, Tyler
Hutchinson, Jaime Boucher
Girls’ Ice Hockey-The Red Hornets-Dana Berube, Kris Bennett, Larry Morin, Anne McIntire

Family ID

Thank you all for getting your student athletes registered on FamilyID.com. It seems to be working much better than the systems used the last two years. Some of the advantages include being able check your child’s physical date on your registration, and a simple ‘click’ to add your child to an additional sport. Please do not create a new registration for your child once you have already done so.

Sportsmanship Statement Reminder

Athletes will:

• Be a good teammate, supporting others and giving their best effort.
• Display respect for teammates, opponents, coaches and officials. Accept the decisions of
• Communicate with their coach.
• Be a role model for others including the student body, and young people in our community.
• Take care of their school facilities, uniforms and equipment.
• Behave with dignity and self-control.

Parents will:

• Show positive support to teams and players for outstanding performances.
• Encourage your child to communicate concerns with the coach and ask questions for clarity.
• Refrain from angry and abusive response to any player, official, coach or other attendee.
• Behave with dignity and self-control.

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