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  1. 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

  2. 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

  3. Thomas College & RSU 18 STEAM Design Challenge

    Posted on February 28, 2019 - News

                          STEAM Design Challenge Launch Workshop, February 27, 2019 Design challenge! Design Thinking! Iteration! Iteration! Iteration! Collaboration! Students of RSU #18 joined forces with Thomas College pre-service teachers for an 8-week collaborative Design Challenge unit. Students spent the day on the Thomas campus working through a “Gravity Pull Car” design challenge with Chris Dorman, STEM… Read More

  4. Eagle Railway at MMS

    Posted on February 28, 2019 - News

    The Eagle Railway is just about up and running at Messalonskee Middle School.  MMS Principal Mark Hatch has been working with members of the former Sheepscot Valley Model Railroad Club (SVMRRC) to put this new model railroad club together. The SVMRRC started in 1991, meeting in the Whitefield Lions Club facility.  Since then it has… Read More

  5. MMS Food Drive

    Posted on February 1, 2019 - News

    Messalonskee Middle School is on a mission to help stock our local food pantries this winter. We have set the goal of collecting 2000 items by February 14th.  Need some ideas on what to donate? Here’s a list of things our food pantries need most. Food items: soups (chicken noodle, tomato), canned chicken, cereal, juices,… Read More

  6. Winter Wonderland A Success

    Posted on December 28, 2018 - News

    MMS hosted their annual Winter Wonderland for all of the district’s Kindergarten students, Thursday, December 20th. As always the event was a tremendous success.  When the Kindergarten teachers at James Bean asked their students what they liked best, the students simply said, “Everything!” Assistant Superintendent Keith Morin says the event is one of his favorite… Read More

  7. Thomas College Connection

    Posted on December 19, 2018 - News

    by Tamiko Paquette January 2019 marks the spring semester for Thomas College students. Education majors enrolled in the required STEAM class will be working side by side with our GT students on a collaborative multidisciplinary unit that will encompass the use of the 3D printer as part of a final project. Students from Thomas will… Read More

  8. The 3D Advantage

    Posted on December 13, 2018 - News

    by Tamiko Paquette and Kim Fish May 2018 added another dimension to the GT program at MMS when we were gifted with a Flash Forge 3D printer from the Perloff Foundation. This new technology combines programming, creativity, and real-world problem-solving for students. It enhances content area subjects with the building of models. Students are able… Read More

  9. What does Water Mean to You?

    Posted on December 7, 2018 - News

    Team Highlands is reading the book A Long Walk to Water in their social studies classes. Students will then be making scarves that will be sold and all money will be donated to WaterAid. We are focusing on becoming more aware of real-world events around the world and how everyone can try to give back…. Read More

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