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The MSSM cross country team raced this past Friday (9/16) at the University of Maine at Presque Isle. It was a lovely day with great running conditions and the only thing standing between our runners and a well deserved break was the 3+ miles of rolling terrain on the course and about 40 other athletes (per race) from Presque Isle, Caribou, Fort Kent, Washburn, GHCA, Houlton, and Katahdin.

The MSSM Office of Astronomy happily reports two significant activities/events engaging both students and faculty.

Great job to the girls LCS/MSSM soccer team! Playing against rival team Fort Fairfield, the girls played a very strong game.

Once again, I'm excited to share that our cross country team has returned victorious! Yesterday afternoon, the team competed at their first ever relay-style race in Houlton against teams from Greater Houlton Christian Academy, Houlton High, Washburn High School, and Fort Kent High School.

Congratulations to both the boys and girls soccer teams for their wins at Van Buren this past Monday (8/29)!Tomorrow (9/1) the teams will play their first home game against Fort Kent (boys at 5:00, girls at 7:00).
Best of luck!

Article and photo submitted by Samantha Zwecker:

Congratulations to both soccer teams for a strong performance in their first scrimmages of the season.


Everyone is aware of the expression 'it takes a village to raise a child'; since 2012 Limestone's Fire Chief and his crew have embellished this adage with 'it takes a volunteer fire department to create a cornerstone event at MSSM's Summer Camp'! Perched atop the highest point on campus, Chief Jon Poitras can be found monitoring the flow of water from the 1993 International Tanker truck which holds 5.000 gallons of water.

Girls:
Allison Johnson - MVP
Samantha Zwecker - Coach's Award
Bailey Chalmers - Most Improved
Boys:
Sam Carignan - MVP
Christopher Kenney - Coach's Award
James Cyr - Most Improved
A special congratulations to those who represented MSSM at the 2016 Class C State Track Meet:
Allison Johnson
Andrea Rawson
Leah Kihn
Sam Carignan

Girls:
Jacinta Deschaine - Coach's Award
Francesca Armstrong - MVP**
Lisa Curtis - Most Improved
Boys:
Sam Carignan - Coach's Award & MVP**
**Named to the All-Star Team

Limestone, ME, May 28, 2016: Forty-seven students from throughout Maine and beyond graduated from the Maine School of Science and Mathematics during commencement exercises on May 28, 2016.

MSSM At A Glance

5
Teachers with PhD's
12
Teachers with advanced degrees
13
AP courses offered
12
Average class size
20
Years in existence
20
Number of clubs
12
Acres of campus
9
Sports teams
154
Enrolled students 2016-17
36
University of Maine Presque Isle equivalency credit courses
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