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  1. 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

  2. MHS STUDENTS OF THE MONTH – JUNE 2018

    Posted on June 19, 2018 - School News

    They are three students who exemplify the work ethic and habits that lead to academic success. No surprise, then, that junior Jillian Pino, sophomore Connor McCurdy, and freshman Kristen Dube are the latest Students of the Month, recognized in the final assembly of the school year. Kristen, known for her positive attitude and contagious smile,… Read More

  3. Congratulations, MHS Class of 2018!

    Posted on June 10, 2018 - School News

    For anyone who wondered whether principal Paula Callan would stick her neck out for students, the Messalonskee High School 2018 graduation Thursday night at the Augusta Civic Center provided ample proof to the affirmative – at least 150 times, departing seniors draped a necklace around their obliging principal’s neck. Yes, it was a final senior… Read More

  4. MHS PLAYOFF PREVIEW…

    Posted on June 5, 2018 - School News

    The final playoff stretch gets underway this week for Messalonskee sports teams, a final opportunity to culminate the school year with a state championship. Action starts Wednesday (June 6) when both the baseball and softball teams open their postseason bids with Class A North quarterfinal games. In softball, the fourth-ranked Eagles (9-7) hosts fifth-seeded Edward… Read More

  5. Principal’s Pen: May 28th-June 1st

    Posted on May 30, 2018 - School News

    Hello: Well it’s that time of year when electricity is in the air. The seniors are excited for graduation, the underclassmen are looking forward to the YES program and summer is just around the corner. Last Friday we held our May Student of the Month Assembly and the following students were recognized for their academic… Read More

  6. MHS 2018 Yearbook Dedicated to Bill Smith

    Posted on May 25, 2018 - School News

    His teenage well-wishers crammed the stage at the Performing Arts Center, a visible testimony to the respect and appreciation students hold for Bill Smith, the tech trade teacher for whom students dedicated the 2017-18 Messalonskee High School yearbook. “He is known for his wisdom, creativity, and talent,” senior Rachel Pushard said as she and dozens… Read More

  7. MHS Students of the Month – May 2018

    Posted on May 25, 2018 - School News

    For May’s Student of the Month honorees, community service proved to be the dominant theme, highlighted by the remarkable number of volunteer hours that senior recipient C.J. Scamman compiled during his high school career. Scamman currently has 800 volunteer hours to his credit. In addition, his nominating educator described Scamman as a student willing to… Read More

  8. Mrs. Rhein Receives Maine Educator Appreciation Award

    Posted on May 23, 2018 - School News

    A fabulous weekend at All-State was made even more wonderful when chorus teacher Pamela Rhein was awarded the “Maine Educator Appreciation Award” by the Maine Music Educators Association.  The group is composed of all the Band, Chorus, and Orchestra teachers in the state of Maine, and this particular award is giving in recognition “for exceptional… Read More

  9. MHS Students Participate in Special Olympics

    Posted on May 21, 2018 - School News

    The mile run is not a popular Special Olympics event for the students in Katie McLaughlin’s Life Skills Program at Messalonskee High School. In fact, McLaughlin can remember only one student in her program who has ever signed up for such a grueling test of endurance. “We really enjoy the 50-yard dash,” McLaughlin said with… Read More

  10. Principal’s Pen: May 21-25

    Posted on May 21, 2018 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Good Morning: What a beautiful weekend we just had. Spring has finally decided to make an appearance. Last Friday the students participated in a fun-filled Spring Fling. Thank you to Mrs. Colby and the Student Council members who made things run so smoothly. These next few weeks will be hectic ones and we hope that… Read More

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