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  1. MHS Key Club Volunteers Throughout The Community

    Posted on December 7, 2018 - School News

    They are active throughout the community doing good deeds, volunteering at food banks, manning tables at craft fairs, working concessions at movie nights for young children, or packing Christmas boxes for needy families. That’s what is expected of those in an international service organization founded more than 90 years ago. That’s what is expected of… Read More

  2. MHS Alumna Shares Experiences

    Posted on December 7, 2018 - School News

    by Sylvia Jadczak Erin Fay, MHS 09, revisited her alma mater on November 29th, to share her work experiences and passion for the outdoors. She spoke to a group of interested students during lunch and spoke to 4 classes later in the day.    Erin currently works for Outdoor Sports Institute.  The mission of OSI… Read More

  3. Principal’s Pen: December 3-7

    Posted on December 3, 2018 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Good Afternoon: There are great things happening at MHS in our classrooms and I have shared with you some recent photos of students participating in their learning. In one photo you will see students practicing their sign language skills, in another you will observe students in Mr. Pellerin’s JMG 9/10 class participating in a scavenger… Read More

  4. MHS Students of the Month – November 2018

    Posted on December 3, 2018 - School News

    Messalonskee High School started its Student of the Month assembly four years ago and perhaps the most remarkable aspect of the program is that the high quality of the recipients never wavers in the least. That certainly is the case with the most recent winners. Freshman Dynah Zimba, sophomore Kasen Sirois, junior Lauren Bourque, senior… Read More

  5. Principal’s Pen: November 26-30

    Posted on November 28, 2018 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Good Morning: Well Mother Nature sure doesn’t want to cut us a break. While the snow is beautiful when it is falling the clean-up can prove to be challenging. To date we have used 2 snow days and have had one early release day (and we’re not even in to December yet). We have an… Read More

  6. Principal’s Pen: November 12-16

    Posted on November 19, 2018 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Happy Thanksgiving It is my hope that all of you are able to enjoy the upcoming holiday with family and friends. We only have 2 days of school this week with the break beginning on Wednesday. Congratulations to all who were involved with the show, Chicago. It was absolutely fabulous and as I was exiting… Read More

  7. MHS Prepares for Annual Thanksgiving Dinner

    Posted on November 16, 2018 - School News

    The pies have yet to be baked and the turkeys yet to be roasted, but make no mistake, preparations for the annual Thanksgiving Day dinner at Messalonskee High School are already in motion. “Two weeks ago, I started getting phone calls,” said Mike Perkins, the long-time organizer of the event, which starts at 11:00 on… Read More

  8. MHS Students of the Month – October 2018

    Posted on November 13, 2018 - School News

    Caring students make for a healthy and happy school environment. The October Student of the Month assembly recognized four students who contribute significantly to creating such an atmosphere at Messalonskee High School. Freshman Mikayla Dalbeck, sophomore Luke Buck, junior Joe Fougere, and Student Choice Award winner Grace Carlson exemplify the compassionate mindset that helps promote… Read More

  9. MHS Hosts “Day of the Dead” Celebration

    Posted on November 6, 2018 - School News

    For the last several years, Messalonskee Spanish teachers Eunice Loredo and Karalynn Gibson have brought their classes to the University of Maine for their annual El Día de los Muertos presentation at the Hudson Museum. This year, they decided to host the presentation at MHS for the first time. On Friday, November 2nd, Spanish students… Read More

  10. Principal’s Pen: November 5th-9th

    Posted on November 6, 2018 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Good Morning: With the changing of time comes cooler days and longer nights. I hope everyone has had time to adjust to falling back an hour. Students have begun the second quarter of the first semester and many are navigating through the add/drop period. Grades closed last Friday and we will be looking through report… Read More

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