A School Administrative District 75 bus delivers some of the first students to Harpswell Coastal Academy on Tuesday, Sept. 3. SAD 75 provides transportation for HCA, and pays tuition for each student from within the district who attends the charter school.
John D’Anieri, Harpswell Coastal Academy head of school, greets staff and students at the former West Harpswell School on Tuesday morning.
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