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  1. Principal’s Pen: May 13-17

    May 14, 2019

    Good Morning: Eighteen days until Graduation seems hard to believe. The seniors are gearing up for finals, marching practice, senior last assembly and finally, the main event, Graduation. The underclassmen are also preparing for finals as well as the YES program. Mr. Dunbar has completed the rosters for each student and we will be entering… Read More

  2. MHS Student of the Month – April 2019

    May 14, 2019

    The assembly for the April Student of the Month recipients featured an all-boys’ lineup for the first time.   Freshman Xavier Colfer, sophomore Zack Bean, junior Ethan Burton, and senior Gabriel Denbow earned the honor, which traditionally has been dominated by female students. As a student dedicated to understanding math concepts, Xavier displays a genuine… Read More

  3. MHS Spring Fling 2019

    May 14, 2019

    Spring Fling started off as an opportunity for students to get community service hours after volunteerism became a graduation requirement, according to Messalonskee principal Paula Callan. But the event, now an annual part of the school calendar, also has become a much- anticipated break from the academic grind that tends to occur in the weeks… Read More

  4. MHS An All Eastern Perspective

    May 9, 2019

    An All Eastern Perspective Kevin Rhein, RSU18 Choral Director On April second through April seventh, Messalonskee High School Junior, Molly Glueck embarked on a musical adventure of a lifetime. After a car ride to Portland, a bus ride to Boston, and a plane trip to Pittsburgh, she experienced what few can say was part of… Read More

  5. MHS Vision Screening for Freshmen

    May 6, 2019

    Maine Law, Title 20-A MRSA Chapter 2902 in health screening of students, mandates school nurses to perform vision screening on freshmen.  Students who are prescribed corrective lenses will be screened with them. Any student considered to fail the screening will be referred to their parents and provided with a referral form to bring to their… Read More

  6. Principal’s Pen: April 30-May 3

    May 1, 2019

    Happy Spring, Finally! We are nearing the home stretch and things are getting pretty busy here at MHS. Our AP students will begin their testing next week, seniors are gearing up for graduation and the underclassmen have made their YES selections. For those of you who are parents of seniors I have attached a copy… Read More

  7. MHS Spring Sports Preview

    May 1, 2019

    The Messalonskee track and field program’s first home meet on its new $3.9 million facility was supposed to happen on April 25, but soggy conditions in the field part of the complex put that historic debut on hold, probably until next month. But Messalonskee track coach Matt Holman said the postponement did little to dampen… Read More

  8. MHS Prom

    April 30, 2019

    MHS prom tickets are on sale now!

  9. MHS Students of the Month – March 2019

    April 3, 2019

    The March Students of the Month are generally a quiet bunch in personality but loud in terms of academic accomplishment. Freshman Olivia Bourque, sophomore Alexis Ames, junior Alexis Furbush, senior Paige Lilly, and Student Choice winner Ethan Gilles also look beyond their own personal goals and help to foster a supportive school atmosphere that benefits… Read More

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