Supporting teaching, learning, and leadership success across Central Aroostook County

What we do

CACE is an educational collaborative that teams with member schools in Central Aroostook County and the University of Maine at Presque Isle to support the success of teaching, learning and leadership.

How we help

CACE provides high quality professional development opportunities for its members, and secures local, regional, and national experts to deliver timely and relevant trainings and workshops for all educators. In addition to professional learning, CACE works with member organizations to leverage resources, provide a forum for the exchange of information and ideas, and strengthen human resource systems, programs, and policies.

News

  • Employment Opportunities

    January 15, 2023

    Through the “employment opportunities” button on the main menu you may access information on teaching positions open in CACE schools.¬†

  • Leader Connect with Kim Marshall

    December 14, 2022

    Central Aroostook County Administrators participated in the second part of a 6-part seminar with Kim Marshall. This session focused on building trust and effective change through informal classroom observations and constructive feedback. Join us for session 3 on January 11, 2023!

  • Future Aroostook County Educators Symposium

    November 17, 2022

    CACE was a proud sponsor of the Future Aroostook County Educators Symposium, an event prepared by the Maine and Aroostook County Teacher of the Year Association and held at the beautiful Caribou Community School. Current and pre-service educators had the opportunity to listen to representatives from the Maine Department of Education, Educate Maine and Superintendent Benjamin Sirois on the topic of recruitment and retention of educators in Northern Maine. 

  • Leader Connect with Kim Marshall

    November 15, 2022

    Central Aroostook County administrators began a 6-part virtual seminar geared toward’s regional needs of school administration. This month’s topics were geared toward school culture, staff moral and how to guide teacher’s out of the pandemic and back into a new normal. Next session will be December 14- sign up in the events section!

Practical Ed Tech by Richard Byrne: Practical ways to use technology to enhance your lessons, increase student engagement, and save you time.

By the numbers

  • Districts

    10

  • Schools

    23

  • Students

    5,238

  • Teachers

    450

  • Economically Disadvantaged

    46%

  • Special Education

    19%

  • Chronic Absenteeism

    20%

Supporting Great Teaching

Teaching standards

Teaching resources and support

Teacher Connect!

Supporting Great Leadership

Leadership standards

Leadership resources and support

Leader Connect!

Tools, templates and resources

For strengthening human resource management systems, programs, and policies 

Upcoming Events

Scroll through upcoming meetings, workshops and professional learning opportunities.

Professional development offerings described on our website are open to CACE members, other educators employed in Aroostook County schools are welcome to attend and may register as space is available.

A Look Back

Quick Links

Access to CACE member organizations, Maine Department of Education (Maine DOE), Great Schools Partnership (GSP), Northern Maine Education Collaborative (NMEC), and other educational sites.

Ideas & Input

We value your thoughts. Let us know what more CACE could do to support the success of teaching, learning, and leadership in your school.

CACE Partnership

University of Maine at Presque Isle
181 Main Street
Presque Isle, ME 04769

CACE IS A 501(c)(3) NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION

Get in touch

Mark Stanley, Executive Director
18 Preble Hall
University of Maine at Presque Isle
207-768-9590
umpi-cace@maine.edu

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