mwkatahdinweb.jpg (29383 bytes)Welcome to East Millinocket, Maine

"The Town That Paper Made"


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Tues Sept 22, 4:00 PM
Meeting Minutes
July 14, 2015

July 28, 2015
Aug 3, 2015
Aug 18, 2015
Aug 18, library meeting
Tues May 5 6 PM
School Board Minutes
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Maine City/Town Directory

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Students attend School Union 113 for their education.  The Union is made up of the towns of East Millinocket, Medway and Woodville.  Students attend school at either Medway Middle School or Schenck High School/Opal Myrick School.

Superintendent of Schools Quenten Clark
School Board Committee
Mark Wallace - Chairperson
Daniel A. Byron - Vice Chairperson

John S. MacLeod
Angel Danforth
Ryan Whitehouse

Supt. of Schools
45 North Street
East Millinocket, ME 04430
Phone: (207) 746-3500

Medway Middle School
25 Middle School Drive
Medway, ME 04462

Phone: (207) 746-3470
Visit our Medway Middle School web site

Children from East Millinocket, Medway and Woodville in grades 5 - 8 attend this school with an enrollment of 138 students. 

Schenck High School/Opal Myrick Elementary School
45 North Street  Suite 1 East Millinocket, ME 04430
Phone: (207) 746-3511
Visit our Schenck High web site or Visit our Opal Myrick web site

Schenck High School was built in 1957.  In 1958 students from Medway began attending Schenck.  With growing enrollment a new addition was added to Schenck in 1966.  In 2011 due to declining enrollment Opal Myrick Elementary students were moved to Schenck High School.

Children from East Millinocket, Medway and Woodville in grades K - 4 (143 students) and 9 - 12 (156 students) attend this school. 

Katahdin Region Higher Education Center
1 Industrial Drive East Millinocket, ME 04430
Phone: (207) 746-5741 Phone: (800) 498-8200
Fax: (207) 746-9389
Visit our web site
Visit Eastern Maine Community College website
Established in 1987, in an effort to meet your educational needs, a unique partnership was formed between Eastern Maine Community College and the University of Maine System.   The Center offers courses for certificate, associate, bachelor, and master programs. For business and industry, we provide customized training, including Zenger-Miller and apprenticeship training information.  The Center is located on Rt. 157, in the Katahdin Regional Industrial Park in East Millinocket.  The Center has professional staff available to assist you in meeting your educational goals. Please call for an appointment and get started today.