Below is a list of upcoming events at MHS. Take a minute to review them and know that you can always access events on our school’s website at: http://www.rsu18.org/index.php?id=2&sub_id=4251
Grades 8-11: We urge you to consider attending Monday’s Curriculum Night (March 2nd) from 6:-7:30 in the MHS Gymnasium. This event will provide you with information to help you make the best selection of learning experiences for the coming year!
MARCH upcoming events:
2 – MHS Grades 8-11 Curriculum Night (6:00-7:30, GYM) & 8th Grade Student/Parent Night (PAC, 6:00 – 6:30, then released to be part of the full Curriculum Night – Gym)
3 – AP4ALL Registration Opens: For info see your counselor!
5 – Winter Sports Recognition Night, MMS 8th Grade Registration forms Due to their Advisors
6 – MHS, Red Cross Blood Drive (8:00 – 12:30, Gym), MHS 8-11 Course/Seminar Registration forms due
9 – All-Sports Boosters Meeting (6:00, Library)
10 – Parent-Teacher Conferences 5:00 – 8:00 (Sign up by calling 465-4989), Parent Advisory Group (5:30 MHS Library – during PT Conferences)
12 – Early Release (1/2 day teachers workshop)
13 – No school (Teachers Workshop)
MHS PLAYERS Present: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (12th – 14th)
12 – 7:00 Play PAC
13 – 5:00 – 7:00 Empty Bowls Benefit Dinner, 7:00 – Play PAC
14 – 2:00 – MHS PAC
16 – MHS/MMS Jazz Concert (7:00)
25 – Spring Sports Information Night (6:00, MHS PAC)
27 – MHS Band & Chorus PRISM Concert (7:00, MHS PAC)
Note: A complete list of events can always be found on our school website at: http://www.rsu18.org/index.php?id=2&sub_id=4251
2015-16 Registration Process: This year we are asking students to get their current teachers initials (in the same content area) when choosing a course. We also are asking parents, students and their advisor to sign-off stating that they have reviewed the selection and support the choices. The Curriculum & Assessment Night (March 2nd, 6:00-7:30) is a time for students and parents to meet and talk with all staff and have their scheduling questions answered. We hope to see you there!
Digital Program of Studies Website: It’s just that, a site that houses all of the learning experiences (Courses & Seminars) offered at Messalonskee High School. This site includes descriptions and information you would normally find, as well as links to learning experience templates that include the expected standards a course or seminar will cover, and the prerequisite learning (standards/courses) a student would need to have met to sign up.
Note: Expectations for students in the class of 2018 and 2019 are established in RSU18 School Board Policy document IKF: Graduation Requirements.
Thank you for your time. We hope to see you tomorrow night!