Beals Elementary School

"Home of the Beals Bees"

Christopher Crowley, Principal
Crystal Blackwood, Administrative Assistant
24 Mill Pond Road
Beals, ME 04611
Phone: 207-497-5449
Fax: 207-497-2334


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Welcome to the Beals Elementary School!
Our school is located on a scenic island in Downeast Maine. This is the home of a large lobster-fishing fleet where you can watch fishermen hauling their traps and delivering the day's catch at waterside markets. Our community offers spectacular views of the mainland.


Further Information and updates about the shut down of schools due to COVID-19 in Union 103 /Moosabec CSD can be found at the bottom of our school district webpage. Our Superintendent Lewis Collins is keeping it updated. Click here to be taken to the Union 103.org website.


This is a new book by Ana Gomez titled, "The Story of the Oyster and the Butterfly." It is meant for smaller kids. The books talks to kids about the Corona Virus. It also has activities and questions that parents can use to talk to their kids about their fears and anxiety that might arise due to COVID-19. Worth a look and read with your child or children. Please Click HERE to Download it.



Please Click Here to Read School Nurse Holly Swilo's
  Updates Regarding COVID-19. They are found on this website's News page.


PLEASE READ MR. CROWLEY'S NOTE BELOW REGARDING THE CLOSURE OF SCHOOL, PICKING UP SCHOOL WORK, AND CONTACTING THE SCHOOL

Mission Statement
At Beals Elementary School, our goal is to create an environment that fosters a love of learning. Through collaboration, hard work, creativity, and fun, every student will achieve his or her full potential.

Our Core Beliefs and Values:

Student Assessment
The ­­­­­­­­Beals School Department utilizes all assessment data to help inform our practices at the district, school, classroom and individual levels for our students.  Although we encourage students and parents to participate fully in our assessment program, it is important to note that parents/guardians may opt their child out of state testing.  If you are interested in doing so, please reach out to your child's principal to make this request in writing.

Last Updated April 3, 2020