We are currently following Governor Mill’s Stay Healthy at Home Mandate. 

For more information provided by RSU 24, please follow this link:

 RSU 24 District Response to Covid-19

Our Adult Education academic and workforce programs are going online as much as possible.  Teachers will continue to be available for those programs, running classes virtually. We continue to enroll new academic students. 

The Enrichment program is temporarily suspended, and unfortunately most classes  are being cancelled. We are working on refunding fees.  Currently we have turned off the listing of classes while we make these changes and will turn it back on when completed.  If you had previously signed up for a course and have not been notified about the status of the class, feel free to email us at adultedinfor@rsu24.org

If you have any questions, we recommend that you please email us adultedinfo@rsu24.org. Alternatively, you may call our office, but there may be a delay in getting a response, since we are working from home.

We are looking forward to classes starting up again!
Be well and please look after yourself and community,

Ander Thebaud
Director, RSU 24 Adult Education

  1. From the Maine Dept. of Education:

We recognize that not all students in Maine have access to the internet and we are working swiftly to address this. Some companies are offering free internet access options for a limited time to help promote connectivity for remote learning. Nationally, many internet companies have signed the Keep Americans Connected Pledge which allows for flexibility and payment waivers, as well as free access to broadband services for a limited time.

  • The FCC has released a handful of partners including all Maine internet providers:  AT&T, Comcast, Consolidated Communications, FirstLight, GWI, TDS Telecom, TMobile, TracFone Wireless, US Cellular, Verizon.
  • Comcast: Individuals that sign up for Internet Essentials will receive two free months of Internet service. There is no term contract or credit check. Qualifications and additional details are available here: https://apply.internetessentials.com/
  • AT&T: Offers the “Access Program” which provides low-cost home internet to qualifying households for $5-10 a month, no deposit or installation fee. AT&T is expanding eligibility based on income and to households participating in National School Lunch Program/Head Start. Qualifications and additional details are available here:  https://m.att.com/shopmobile/internet/access/
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