School Administrative District No. 22 Directors
|Kim Clark||Term expires 2015|
|John Coggeshal||Term expires 2014|
|Lance El-Hajj||Term expires 2016|
|Martha Harris||Term expires 2016|
MSAD #22 is comprised of the three towns of Hampden, Newburgh, and Winterport and seven schools. Four of the schools are elementary schools: Earl C. McGraw (grades K-2) and George B. Weatherbee (grades 3-5) in Hampden, Newburgh Elementary (grades K-5) in Newburgh, and Leroy H. Smith (grades K-5) in Winterport. Two of the schools are middle schools (grades 6-8): Reeds Brook serving Hampden and Newburgh and Samuel L. Wagner serving Winterport. Hampden Academy (grades 9-12), is the single high school for the district. Total district enrollment is 2300 students who are instructed and supported by 375 administrators, teachers, specialists, and staff.
Leroy H Smith School
Dawn Moore, Principal
319 S Main St PO Box 10 Winterport, ME 04496 Phone: (207) 223-4282
Leroy H Smith School is a public school operated by MSAD 22. We have approximately 275 students. Housed at the Smith School is a HeadStart Program for four year olds. Our school has sixteen classroom teachers, three Special Education teachers, one and one half speech and language pathologists, three Title I/Reading Recovery teachers, one half time technology teacher, one physical educations teacher, and a guidance counselor. We share teachers with the other district schools for music and art. Several educational technicians are also employed at the Smith School..To learn more visit website.
Samuel L Wagner Middle School
Richard Glencross, Principal
54 Mountain View Drive, Winterport, ME 04496 Phone: (207) 223-4309
The Wagner School opened in September of 1992, and houses students in grades 6, 7, and 8. Presently there are 25 full-time faculty members and 10 addtional specialists to service our students. The building has remained beautiful and is an excellent facility to educate our young adults. Instruction is delivered by teams at each grade level, creating classes that motivate and encourage students to build on past learning.
Our students have an opportunity to become involved with technology to prepare them for the changing world of the 21st century. Students at the middle level are unique in character, needs, and desires. The programs at Wagner are designed to meet the challenge of providing a quality education around the uniqueness, while at the same time bridging the transition from childhood to young adulthood. School Hours: 7:55 a.m. - 2:05 p.m. To learn more visit website.
Partners in Education (P.I.E.) Parent-Teacher group for Smith & Wagner schools meets 1st Monday of each month 6:30 pm Smith or Wagner School. Community and/or Senior Volunteers welcome Contact: Smith School 223-4282
Ruey Yehle, Principal, Principal
1 Main Road North Hampden, Maine 04444 Phone: (207) 862-3791
Hampden Academy was founded in 1803 in the central Maine community of Hampden. Hampden Academy draws students from the communities of Hampden, Winterport, and Newburgh. Hampden Academy has an enrollment of 787 students with a faculty of 79. Hampden Academy is Accreditated by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. School Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 2:05 p.m. To learn more visit website
Leroy H Smith School Contact: Pat Skaggs 223-2253.