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  1. Annual Veteran’s Day Assembly

    Posted on November 12, 2019 - News

    Last Thursday, November 7th, Messalonskee Middle School students gathered at MHS for an event they had been preparing for all fall. The annual breakfast and assembly honoring our veterans is a local tradition that gives students a chance to personally thank some of the men and women who have fought for their freedom.  Students served refreshments to… Read More

  2. MMS leaf raking service project

    Posted on November 12, 2019 - News

    Thursday was a very busy day for Messalonskee Middle School. After hosting an amazing Veteran’s Day Assembly at MHS, students grabbed their rakes and headed into town. This annual community service project is a time-honored MMS tradition where our students help local community members clear up their yards before the snow comes. “Every homeowner I… Read More

  3. Veteran Speaks at MMS

    Posted on October 7, 2019 - News

    Last Friday, World War II Veteran Wally LaFountain came to Messalonskee Middle School to speak to students about his experiences. “It was an awesome day for our students to hear about history from someone who lived it,” said Principal Mark Hatch.

  4. New School Store Provides Valuable Learning Experiences at MMS

    Posted on October 1, 2019 - News

    The preparations started last year.  Team Boothbay sold freeze pops to earn money, held a vote to choose a name, and started the work of creating a school store. The result was the Eagle’s Landing which had its official grand opening at Curriculum night a few weeks ago.   “I wanted to give my students an… Read More

  5. FUTP60 Student Wellness Committee at MMS

    Posted on September 13, 2019 - News

    Last June, four student ambassadors and a program advisor at MMS were invited to attend the Maine Dairy Council’s Fuel Up to Play 60 Leadership Day at the Blaine House. Governor Mills and retired NFL player, Matt Light, spoke about the importance of choosing wellness and being a leader to help others do the same. … Read More

  6. MMS Chalk Walk

    Posted on September 4, 2019 - News

    Messalonskee Middle School had its 2nd annual “Chalk the Walk” last week. Staff added positive sayings, words, and drawings to help welcome our students and families to Curriculum Night.

  7. MMS Working on our Watersheds

    Posted on June 17, 2019 - News

    Team Highlands students worked on the Pleasant Point Park to help protect our watershed.  The Oakland Town Manager, Gary Bowman wrote: “…  I’d also would like to thank all of you for your hard work with your collaborative goal of maintaining the water quality of the McGrath Pond/Salmon Lake watershed. This project not only contributes… Read More

  8. MMS Chorus and Band Wow Judges!

    Posted on June 3, 2019 - News

      This year 88 students participated in the Fun Town Music Festival.  These students gave up a Saturday to travel down to participate and then enjoy the park after the event.  The feedback from the 6 judges was excellent and our students represented MMS extremely well!  Just another example of our phenomenal music program and… Read More

  9. MMS Presents James and the Giant Peach this Wednesday

    Posted on May 13, 2019 - News

    The MMS Drama students have been hard at work on their spring production of James and the Giant Peach which will be coming to the stage this Wednesday, May 15th,  in the Messalonskee High School Performing Arts Center. “This production has been a labor of love,” said advisor Lauralee Fegel, “love of students, community, and the… Read More

  10. Maine Student Book Awards at MMS

    Posted on May 13, 2019 - News

    This year, Messalonskee Middle School students had a great time participating in the Maine Student Book Awards (MSBA) through the MMS library. Each spring the MSBA committee compiles a reading list based on recommendations from students, parents, teachers and librarians around the state. Participating students in fourth through eighth grade who have read at least… Read More

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