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  1. MHS Volleyball Off to Strong Start

    Posted on September 18, 2018 - School News

    Sophomore Kristen Dube got her first taste of volleyball last spring during the YES program and that only spiked her appetite for more. “I love how it’s fast-paced,” she said, “and I love the intensity we play with and how much fun we have.” The “we” Dube refers to are the nearly two dozen members… Read More

  2. Principal’s Pen: September 17-21

    Posted on September 18, 2018 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Good Afternoon: We have settled into a “regular” 5 day week. Last week was both exciting and exhausting for staff and students as we celebrated Homecoming. While homecoming was relatively early this year I believe it exposed the freshmen to what true school spirit means at MHS. The hallways celebrated all that is MHS and… Read More

  3. MHS Fall Sports Preview

    Posted on September 11, 2018 - School News

    All is well with the Messalonskee field hockey team. The Eagles, a perennial Class A powerhouse, dominated Edward Little last week in improving to 3-0 with a 4-0 victory on their home field. But the question, the big question, remains the same: Do the Eagles have enough offensive firepower, defensive prowess, and mental strength to… Read More

  4. Principal’s Pen: September 10-14

    Posted on September 10, 2018 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Good Morning: Eagle Pride has filled the hallways this morning. The colors red, white and blue are prevalent in every nook and cranny of the building. One difference I noticed as I walked the halls early this morning were the messages of positivity and respect. The freshmen continue to promote, Kindness Matters, while the sophomore… Read More

  5. Principal’s Pen

    Posted on September 4, 2018 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Hello Everyone: What a wonderful weekend we just had. I hope that everyone was able to get outside and do something fun. We had a very successful start to the school year. Many of the freshmen and their parents attended our annual barbecue. The senior mentors were scattered throughout the building to help the freshmen… Read More

  6. MHS New Athletic Complex Eagerly Anticipated

    Posted on August 20, 2018 - School News

    Before the end of October, and possibly sooner, Messalonskee High School’s $3.9 million sports complex upgrade should be complete, highlighted by an eight-lane synthetic track and an artificial turf playing field for football, soccer, lacrosse, and field hockey. “Things are still progressing nicely,” RSU 18 Superintendent Carl Gartley disclosed in a late summer update. “In… Read More

  7. Welcome Back!

    Posted on August 6, 2018 - School News

    August 3, 2018 Dear Parents and Students: Summer is slowly winding down and before you know it another school year will begin. If you had a chance to swing by the high school in recent weeks you would have noticed that the athletic complex is shaping up to be a spectacular addition to our campus…. Read More

  8. WELCOME CLASS OF 2022!

    Posted on July 30, 2018 - School News

    Welcome, Messalonskee High School Class of 2022! As we near the start of your freshman year, you may have a few questions regarding the start of school. As the administrator who works with freshmen, I have attempted to anticipate and answer some of those questions below. If you have a specific question that is not… Read More

  9. New Girls Volleyball Club at MHS

    Posted on July 23, 2018 - School News

    Messalonskee High School is starting a girls volleyball club! If interested, please contact Mrs. Bordes (lbordes@rsu18.org) to sign up. Practice: August 13, 14, 15 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Messalonskee High School Gym The first round-robin tournament will take place August 21st in Brewer!

  10. MHS Y.E.S. PROGRAM OFFERS CHANCE FOR STUDENTS TO EXPLORE NEW INTERESTS

    Posted on June 25, 2018 - School News

    Messalonskee High School wrapped up its second YES (YEAR END STUDIES) Program with performances, presentations, and a gallery walk of final products that ranged from snacks to outdoor sculptures. With the return of some favorite courses and the addition of several new ones, the second year of the program appeared to be a success. Sophomore… Read More

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