Williams Elementary custodian Donnie Sheets was recently honored at the Educational Plant Maintenance Association of Maine Conference. Mr. Sheets was awarded the A. Burleigh Oxton Award for …
Source: WES Custodian Receives Excellence Award
Congratulations to Mr. Smith!!!
Source: Outstanding Leadership
The student of the month assembly, the brainchild of Mr. Forster and Mrs. Fisher, and a monthly occurrence sponsored by our school’s faculty through the “Culture Club”, has become an important way Messalonskee shines a spotlight on the important impact students have on our building. The SOM assemblies have also become a way that we build and grow our school community and commitment to excellence as we create a culture that honors the positive things happening in our school.
The June SOM assembly is a fun one, as it honors both the efforts of individual students but also our school throughout the year. At the June assembly, which included academic awards for many of our underclassmen, we also had the opportunity to honor our foreign exchange students who spent the year with us.
Cameron, John-Luke, and Colby joined Senior Riley Field (Who was presented her award a day earlier, at the Senior Last Assembly) in receiving the 2016 June Student of the Month award!
Colby, the junior and therefore incoming “Senior” award winner, took home the coveted Parking spot for the month of August and much of September. In this case though, I believe Riley may have gotten the best award on her own when she and her Eagles Lacrosse teammates finished a storybook season by winning the MPA Girls Lacrosse State Championship this past weekend! (Pic below – way to go ladies)
Messalonskee’s Counselor’s Corner is out! This includes links to important documents for next year, summer AP work, as well as the guidance webpage which has a great deal of useful information for students and parents.
Enjoy your summer!!!
Originally posted on Atwood Principal's Blog:
A World Without Safe Havens Submitted by: Jennifer McGee, Principal of Atwood Primary School June 12, 2016 Yesterday, when I woke up, I saw the news. There on the television screen, along the…
We at Messalonskee couldn’t be more proud of our student body and the way they have embraced the motto to “Be the change”. They have risen time and again to show us that by including them in the decisions of their school, by honoring their voice while still setting a high bar for them to reach – they nearly always “Shine”.
Although graduation is traditionally a time for celebration of the accomplishments of the graduates, the class of 2016 chose to pay it back to their younger peers in RSU18 by Marching through the halls of two of our elementary schools and our Middle School. After a long 3 hour marching practice our MHS Graduates took time out of their pre-celebration days to enjoy and give back…
The scene was amazing. Next year we are in hopes of having our graduates march through the Bean and Belgrade schools as well!
Congratulations to the families, friends, and faculty who have helped usher these young men and women reach their graduation! And of course, congratulations to our graduates from the class of 2016. You will be missed!!!
Link to Centralmaine.com’s graduation story.