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  1. Kris Croteau Named School Counselor of the Year.

    Posted on January 23, 2020 - News

    The Maine School Counselor Association has selected Messalonskee Middle School’s Kris Croteau as Maine School Counselor of the Year for 2019! According to their website, “The Maine School Counselor of the Year Award honors the best of the best – counselors who are running a top-notch, comprehensive school counseling program.” This describes Kris perfectly! During… Read More

  2. MMS receives Let’s Go! Mini-Grant

    Posted on January 17, 2020 - News

    Messalonskee Middle School is the recipient of a $585 Let’s Go! mini-Grant from Northern Light Inland Hospital to help continue their work in supporting healthy choices. At MMS, the funds will be used to purchase canned fruits and vegetables for the school food pantry. School counselor Kris Croteau will also be sending home educational materials… Read More

  3. MMS Power Plants Featured in MMSA Report

    Posted on January 9, 2020 - News

    Maine Math and Science Alliance(MMSA) is putting out a report on community-based environmental learning that will include a case study of Messalonskee Middle School’s “Power Plants,” a project that works to improve water quality through student-designed floating islands. Last year, science teacher Amanda Ripa filled out a survey concerning how she integrates environmental learning into her… Read More

  4. Winter Wonderland Frame Winners

    Posted on December 27, 2019 - News

    Every year, Messalonskee Middle School celebrates the winter season with Winter Wonderland. For over twenty years, the week before break, students at Messalonskee Middle create lots of wonderful holiday books, obstacle courses, dance/movement activities, face painting, ornaments (wooden), bake cookies for decorating, and decorate halls and rooms. Our band and chorus play holiday music, too!… Read More

  5. MMS and BCS Buddies

    Posted on December 22, 2019 - News

    On December 11, Chelsey Oliver’s eighth-grade Advisory students headed out to Belgrade Central for their December ShineOn Class Service Project. Waiting with welcome signs for their buddies were Shawna Lachance’s fourth-graders. By chance, Chelsey and Shawna’s childhood bus driver, Ron Sirois, made this connection possible! BCS students started the morning by reading a book of… Read More

  6. MMS Toy Drive

    Posted on December 22, 2019 - News

    In the week before vacation, Messalonskee Middle School held a toy drive to benefit students in need at Atwood Primary and William Elementary School. The toy drive was the brainchild of three Team Atlantic students, Brooklyn Bean, Kenadie Dickey, and Anderson Arbour. The drive collected about 50 toys to help make the holidays a little… Read More

  7. Team Evergreen at Challenger Learning Center

    Posted on December 6, 2019 - News

    Team Evergreen had the opportunity to visit and complete missions at the Challenger Learning Center of Maine. These missions use space simulation, role-playing strategies, and hands-on / minds-on learning experiences to inspire a lifelong passion for science, technology, engineering, and math.  Each group got to experience a Mission called “Rendezvous with a Comet”. Students worked… Read More

  8. Giving Spirit Week at MMS

    Posted on December 5, 2019 - News

    Last month, Miss Oliver’s advisory students held a “Week of Giving” spirit week and bake sale with the goal of raising enough money to buy the Thanksgiving meal for a family in our community. The staff and student body came dressed in their school colors, holiday cheer, and best looks from past decades as donations… Read More

  9. Team Highland takes on Knotweed

    Posted on November 19, 2019 - News

    Team Highlands students, with Gulf of Maine Research Institute support, documented invasive Japanese Knotweed around our school campus for “Project Knotweed” in Mrs. Ripa’s science classes. We collected data in teams and submitted our data to scientists at Cornell University. Students then wrote scientific essays explaining the data, the importance of biodiversity and the impact… Read More

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