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  1. Principal’s Pen: January 7-11

    Posted on January 7, 2019 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Happy New Year: January is a busy month for us here at MHS and I have included some important information and calendar items below for your reference. The final exam schedule is as follows and please note that Thursday and Friday are half days so students will be dismissed at 11:00 if they walk or… Read More

  2. MHS Students of the Month – December 2018

    Posted on December 31, 2018 - School News

    The diversity of excellence among the Messalonskee High School student body took center stage just before the Christmas break as the school honored its December Student of the Month candidates in the Performing Arts Center. Freshman Reese Gardner, sophomore Logan Alexander, junior Toni Holz, senior Morgan Knowles, and Students’ Choice Award winner Dharani Singaram each… Read More

  3. MHS Late Arrival Bell Schedule

    Posted on December 21, 2018 - School News

    Due to the late start this morning we will follow our 2 hr. Late Arrival Bell Schedule.  Period 1: 10:00-10:39 Period 2: 10:42-11:21 Lunch A: 11:21-11:51 Lunch B: 11:56-12:26 Period 3: 12:30-1:09 Assembly: 1:15-2:30  

  4. Principal’s Pen: December 20th

    Posted on December 20, 2018 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Hello All: We would like to congratulate the following students who were selected as this month’s Students of the Month. Representing the Freshman Class is Reese Gardner, the Sophomore Class is represented by Logan Alexander, the Junior Student of the Month is Toni Holz, and the Senior Student of the Month is Morgan Knowles. The… Read More

  5. MHS Basketball Preview

    Posted on December 14, 2018 - School News

    The opening of the 2018-19 winter sports season has not been kind to the Messalonskee girls’ basketball team as the Eagles suffered consecutive losses. But Messalonskee coach Keith Derosby is not one to panic. A year ago, his team lost by almost 40 points to opening game opponent Hampden Academy and then went on to… Read More

  6. Principal’s Pen: December 14th

    Posted on December 14, 2018 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Good Morning: If you’re looking for something to do this Sunday I would invite you to attend the Holiday Concert at the high school beginning at 3:00 pm. Our band and chorus students have been hard at work preparing a very special and unique concert for your listening pleasure. Having had the pleasure of listening… Read More

  7. MHS Annual Food Drive

    Posted on December 13, 2018 - School News

    The annual Messalonskee High School food drive wrapped up yesterday.  This year, Student Council collected over 500 items and monetary donations to be distributed to the Oakland, Sidney, and Belgrade food pantries as well as the in-school food pantry at MHS. Thank you to everyone who took part in this important tradition and congratulations to… Read More

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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

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