Monthly Archives: October 2014

Girl Up! New Club at MHS.

Spurned from interest and advocacy from our students, Ms. DeWan has agreed to be the advisor of a new club at MHS; Girl Up. More than 600 million smart, talented girls are living in developing countries, full of dreams. However, they … Continue reading

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November 2014 Menus are Here!

The November Menu’s have been released: MHS’s menu can be found at: https://rsu18nutritionservices.files.wordpress.com/2014/10/rsu-18-9-12-lunch-bw.pdf

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MHS Fall Band Concert (11/28)

Our Concert Band will be offering their Fall Concert this Tuesday evening, at 7:00, in the Messalonskee Performing Arts Center.  We hope to see you there! For those who are unable to attend, they can watch it live or view … Continue reading

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MHS Playoff Schedule

Messalonskee Athletics are excited to have many of our teams continuing on in the playoffs.  Below is the update for those able to attend the games and support our Eagles! Tuesday Field Hockey Semifinal game at Lawrence  3:00 Boys Soccer … Continue reading

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Supports Today at MHS

Good morning, We wanted to make our students, parents, and community aware of supports that are in place at MHS today and through the evening (Through 7:00 PM). Mental Health professionals from Maine General (Health Reach) and the American Red … Continue reading

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News Media: Help Us Help Our Students

MEDIA:  We are aware that students and staff members have been contacted personally in an attempt to gain interviews.  We respectfully ask that all members of the media conduct any interviews off school property as the school must be a … Continue reading

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Support For Students & Community Members

We will be opening up the High School tomorrow, Monday October 13th, to provide support for our students following the recent tragedies to our school community. School administrators and personnel from our Messalonskee and China schools will be on site … Continue reading

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