ESEA Report Card

RSU 13 School Report can be accessed through the Department of Education's new ESEA Data Dashboard. Our community can access data by clicking on the link and searching either by district (RSU 13) or by school. The most up-to-date reports available are from the 2022-2023 school year. The data within these reports reflects school performance during spring assessment window of the 2022-2023 school year in which the Maine Through year assessment was given for the first time since making multiple changes to the MEA assessment system during COVID.

The statewide testing system, referred to as the Maine Educational Assessment (MEA), uses an assessment called NWEA to assess math and literacy (reading and the addition of language usage in the 21-22 school year only) for grades 3-8, and the for grade 11 (third year high school students).

The ESEA Dashboard provides data sets collected by the Maine Department of Education.  Due to COVID-19 and emergency school closings in the spring of the 2019-2020 school year, there is no data from the year, and data that exists beyond that year cannot be compared to previous years' assessment data since all assessments changed. 

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.