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  1. Principal’s Pen: February 27th

    Posted on February 27, 2019 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Good Afternoon: I wanted to let everyone know that the portal for scheduling Parent/Teacher Conferences is open. I have attached the link that you can go to to schedule your appointments, . If you have any trouble at all please go to the Guidance webpage and click on their link or you can call Darcy… Read More

  2. Messalonskee High School Playoff Roundup

    Posted on February 15, 2019 - School News

    The Messalonskee girls’ indoor track team flexed its powerful depth last weekend to capture its second Class A KVAC title in program history. Charlotte Wentworth earned the Eagles’ lone individual championship in taking first in the 400-meter run. Thanks to a wealth of strong performances in multiple events, however, Messalonskee managed to collect 119.5 points,… Read More

  3. Principal’s Pen: February 11-15

    Posted on February 12, 2019 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Good Morning: It looks like we’re having to face another winter storm this week. Just when you thought that Spring might be right around the corner. February vacation is next week, February 18-22. I hope that everyone is able to enjoy their time off and get some much deserved rest. Students received their course registration… Read More

  4. MHS Outing Club

    Posted on February 11, 2019 - School News

    Ethan Burton served as the fire stoker for the Messalonskee Outing Club’s recent overnight at the Winter Skills Weekend in Jefferson. Given the frigid temperature – 0 degrees Fahrenheit outside the yurt – and the feeble size of the wood stove he had to feed every hour, Burton didn’t get a lot of sleep. He… Read More

  5. Principal’s Pen: January 28-February 1

    Posted on January 30, 2019 - Principal's Pen, School News

    Good Morning: We have successfully made the transition into the new semester. Someone once told me that the older you get the faster time moves by. I couldn’t agree more as it seems like just yesterday we were welcoming the Class of 2022 into the high school and beginning the conversation with the Class of… Read More

  6. MHS Students Compete at the Mid-Maine Technical Center’s Local Skills Championships

    Posted on January 30, 2019 - School News

    Messalonskee senior Roslin Desiderio points to a disappointing experience at last year’s SkillsUSA Maine Championships as the key to her gold medal at the recent Mid-Maine Technical Center’s Local Skills Championships. Desiderio, who teamed with Waterville Senior High School student Lucas Pelotte, captured first in the Television (Video) Production competition. (She also won a silver… Read More

  7. MHS Off-Site program offers even more alternatives

    Posted on January 29, 2019 - School News

    For some students, the traditional classroom isn’t the best pathway to success. Whether they are facing temporary life circumstances that make it impossible to prioritize school, or they are combating anxiety or other health issues, sometimes the daily task of attending full classes in a school of over 800 students can feel impossible. The off-site… Read More

  8. Musical Review January 25th

    Posted on January 18, 2019 - School News

    It’s nearly time for the annual Musical Revue. Sixteen students will be performing solos from their favorite musicals accompanied by the incomparable Gerry Wright. This evening of fantastic performances will take place on Friday, January 25th at 7:00 at MHS. Admission is $5.00

  9. Welcome To The World of Messalonskee Robotics

    Posted on January 15, 2019 - School News

    They meet at the Wrabacon Inc. facility on Old Waterville Road in Oakland five days a week, working at least three hours a session. But most put in many more hours at school and at home, and they are united in their goal: build the best Deep Space robot $5,500 can afford. Welcome to the… Read More

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