The district proudly works in partnership with the communities, and students and staff members are often seen participating in local events. We are a four-season area with several lakes for those who love fishing, boating, and swimming; mountains for hiking with breathtaking views and a variety of activities, such as the Whoopie Pie Festival, community theater, several 5 K’s, a new ice hockey arena with free skating time, an art museum featuring local artists and, of course, the Piscataquis County Fair. There is always something going on in our diverse and exciting community!

Municipal Offices

Of Community Interest

American Rescue Package Expenditure Plan

On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed into law the American Rescue Plan package.  Part of the package includes funds to support schools to ensure that we are able to fully open in September 2021. Maine DOE allocated funds to each school system that accepts federal money and RSU 68 was allocated almost $1.8 million dollars. The law requires that we set aside 20% of those funds for intervention work which is roughly $358,000.

RSU 68 has started the process of writing the ARP application. Based on information from families, school staff, and the school board/community it appears we are looking to use those funds in three ways: creating more space, supporting our ventilation, and intervention work. More information about our American Rescue Package Expenditure Plan can be downloaded below.

American Rescue Package Expediture Plan 2021-2023


Building Use

Interested in renting space at SeDoMoCha for your organization?

As a service to the community, the RSU 68 Board of Directors will allow the use of SeDoMoCha by individuals and associations for such educational, recreational, social, civic, philanthropic, and like purposes as the Board deems for the best interests of the community.

All potential users are required to fill out a Building Use and Rental Application

Community Links

Bulletin Board

Check out the bulletin board to see what is happening with non-profit organizations and community groups in this area!

Groups are encouraged to submit documents with information from their organizations; however, in an effort to reduce paper waste, materials from non-school groups will not be sent home with every student in school.

To submit flyers, please forward them to After approval by the superintendent, materials will be made available in the school offices and/or on this page for downloads.

Note: This page is provided as a service to organizations in our community that enrich the lives of SeDoMoCha students and their families. The display of material does not constitute endorsement by RSU 68 of any product, service, organization, company, information provider or content.