Town of
Burlington, Maine


1523 Long Ridge Rd. Burlington, ME 04417

TOWN OFFICE:

Mailing: PO 70 Box Burlington, ME 04417
Phone: (207) 732-3985
Fax: (207) 732-8840

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday 9AM – 12PM
Wednesday 4PM – 7PM

Burlington Municipal School district

School Choice

Most Burlington students attend schools in MSAD 31 and RSU 67, however, they may attend any school of their choosing. Please contact Superintendent Dawn Pray for more information.

MSAD 31

Maine School Administrative District 31

Serving the communities of Enfield, Howland, Passadumkeag, Maxfield and Edinburg. MSAD 31 has three schools in the district: Enfield Station, Hichborn Middle School, and Penobscot County High School.

For more information, you can view the MSAD 31 website, or email the School Board using the contact form below.

RSU 67

Regional School Unit #67

Serving Lincoln, Maine and surrounding communities. There are three schools in the district: Ella P. Burr Elementary, Mattanawcook Junior High, and Mattanawcook Academy.

For more information, you can view the RSU 67 website, or email the School Board using the form below.

Burlington School Board Documents

Warrants, budgets, proposals and meeting minutes can be found in this section.

Your Municipal School Board

I have been an educator for 15 years and an administrator for 9 of those years.  I started as an administrator at Medway Middle School, where I worked as both the principal and superintendent.  I became the superintendent for Burlington after the withdrawal in 2017.  I currently work as the assistant superintendent in RSU#3, in Unity, Maine.  I live in central Maine and enjoy spending time with my family.

Dawn Blanchard

Superintendant

Maureen Bean was born in Lincoln, Maine, and educated in the Lincoln school system.  After graduating from Mattanawcook Academy, she attended college in South Carolina. Education has always been an important part of her life; she has been a classroom teacher in the following states: Florida, Georgia and Texas. Retirement brought her back to Maine, where she calls Burlington her home.

Maureen Bean

Chair

I have lived in Burlington since 2012.  I attended both the Patten and Howland school districts growing up, graduating from Penobscot Valley High School in 1999.  I am currently a Kindergarten teacher with the Greenbush School Department.  I hold degrees in Theological Studies, English Literature, and Secondary Education.  I love being outdoors, history, music, books, and spending time with my children!

Suzanne Morton

Board Member

BIO coming soon

Ruth Thurlow

Board Member

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