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  1. MHS Spirit Week

    Posted on February 21, 2018 - School News

    MHS Spirit Week ~ February 26 – March 2, 2018 Monday, February 26 RED, WHITE & BLUE DAY Tuesday, February 27 TWIN DAY Wednesday, February 28 CLASS COLORS DAY (Sr = Black; Jr = Grey; So = Yellow; Fr = Green) Thursday, March 1 COLLEGE DAY Friday, March 2 FLANNEL DAY   Saturday, March 3… Read More

  2. MHS Playoff Preview…

    Posted on February 16, 2018 - School News

    Messalonskee athletes will be well represented as state championships in swimming, indoor track, and wrestling take place this weekend while postseason basketball action steps up in earnest today. The Messalonskee girls begin their quest for a second straight Class A state basketball title when they take on Medomak Valley at 3 p.m. in a Class… Read More

  3. MHS Students of the Month – February 2018

    Posted on February 15, 2018 - School News

    Never discount the impact of a smile and positive attitude. Certainly the February Students of the Month understand the value of bringing such a demeanor to the classroom on a daily basis as each earned high marks from his or her nominating teacher in this regard. Freshman Charlotte Wentworth is a student always ready to… Read More

  4. Lavenson to Compete in the Maine State Poetry Out Loud Finals!

    Posted on February 14, 2018 - School News

    Poetry Out Loud is a national poetry recitation contest in which students must memorize and perform three poems for a panel of judges. Hanna Lavenson, Messalonskee High School’s Poetry Out Loud winner, competed in and won the Maine Regional Poetry Out Loud competition held at Hampden Academy. Hanna will be competing in the Maine State… Read More

  5. NEASC Parent Survey

    Posted on February 13, 2018 - School News

    Dear Parent, MHS is beginning a yearlong self-study process. The purpose of this process is to help MHS determine its strengths and areas for improvement. Your principal & teachers are very interested in what you think of your son or daughter’s school. Your responses will be recorded ANONYMOUSLY.   Please go to the website:  www.endicottresearchcenter.net… Read More

  6. Principal’s Pen

    Posted on February 13, 2018 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Good Morning: Well I think we might actually make it through a 5 day week! Students are anxiously awaiting February Break and we hope that they all get some well deserved rest. Our student athletes are preparing for tournament games as well as championship meets. The girl’s basketball team will be playing this Friday at… Read More

  7. MHS Playoff Schedule

    Posted on February 12, 2018 - School News

    Wednesday, February 21 2:30 p.m.    Girls Basketball Semifinals vs. Skowhegan at Augusta Civic Center Tickets     $8.00 Adults            $5.00 Students & Seniors

  8. MHS Ripple Dipple ~ Performers Wanted

    Posted on February 11, 2018 - School News

    Messalonskee band director Andy Forster would like to put the variety back into Ripple Dipple, Messalonskee’s well-seasoned talent show. Forster said Ripple Dipple used to feature a full assortment of standup comedy, theater skits, dance routines, even martial arts demonstrations, whereas in more recent years the emphasis has gone to musical performances. “I wish we… Read More

  9. MHS Jazz Band and Mastersingers to Perform at Disney

    Posted on February 11, 2018 - School News

    As a delightful and delectable diversion, you could not get much better than Saturday’s Songs, Sweets & Savories at the Belgrade Community Center for All Seasons, which is one reason it serves as the primary fundraiser for the music department’s upcoming trip to Disney World. The event featured both the Messalonskee Jazz Band and Mastersingers,… Read More

  10. MHS Unified Basketball Unites Students

    Posted on February 3, 2018 - School News

    Senior Tyler Ward, one of four seasoned veterans on the Messalonskee Unified Basketball Team, prides himself on his versatile skills on the court. “I see myself as an all-around player,” he said, “because some kids can’t do all the stuff.” Ward, who is a big fan of the Golden State Warriors, would be happy to… Read More

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