ESEA Report Card

Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) – School Report Cards

RSU 13 School Report Cards are available at the RSU 13 website location as required by the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act. The most up-to-date report cards available are from the 2017-2018 school year and are based upon an assessment system that is no longer being utilized by the state of Maine. The data within these reports reflects school performance during the 2016-2017 school year.

A new statewide testing system has now been initiated and is referred to as the Maine Educational Assessment (MEA) for grades 3-8, and the SAT for grade 11.  These new assessments were first administered during the 2015-2016 school year and interactive school and districts reports are available by accessing the following public website.

2017-2018 District Report Card

These reports include links to performance charts for each school. Should you have questions about the data presented, please contact the principal of your child’s school and they will welcome any questions that you might have regarding the successes and ongoing challenges that the report card data represent. 

Our administrative team and professional teaching staff use all data, inclusive of State mandated testing and several other tools and metrics to guide instructional decision-making for your children.

Thank you for continuing your support of our schools. We invite you to visit and to become involved at whatever level feels comfortable for you. Our communities and your input are important to us as we move forward and strive for continuous progress and improvement.

Click on any of the schools listed to access the latest ESEA Report Card for that school or visit the provided link to view recently available MEA results.  If you are unable to access these report cards electronically, kindly let administrative assistant personnel at your child’s school know that you would appreciate receiving a printed copy and one will be made available to you.


This notice has been prepared for posting on the RSU 13 website with active links to the ESEA report cards posted for individual schools.  A similar notice will appear within each schools parent/student handbook that is distributed at the beginning of each school year directing interested parents, guardians, and community members to the RSU 13 website.