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Academic News

Academic News March 26

Greetings!

Sunday marks the beginning of Spirit Week, a themed week of activities and events sponsored by Student Senate. Meanwhile, on the academic front this is a quiet week event wise for MSSM.

On Friday a group of Key Club members and officers depart for the New England and Bermuda District of Key Clubs Educational Conference in Springfield, MA.

On Saturday, April 1, I will have the honor of accompanying this year’s  MSSM MPA award recipient, Daniel Alfonsetti, to the Maine Principal’s Association Honors Luncheon in Bangor.

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Academic News March 20

Greetings!

I had the pleasure of watching the MSSM Jazz Fruit of the Loop Combo group perform at the Maine State Jazz Festival on Friday. Mr. Tasker and his group of nine have brought Jazz back to life at MSSM. Well done!

Today, Monday, the five students from Computational Biology will meet in Ellsworth for a trip the following day to The Jackson Laboratory (JAX) in Bar Harbor. They return to MSSM on Tuesday after the arrival of the buses. On Friday we head to Waterville to to participate in the Maine State Science Fair at Colby College.

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Academic News March 10

It was great to have parents and board members on campus for our Friends and Family Weekend. In addition to the Concert, Sports Awards, Soiree, MSSM committee and board meetings, I attended the Parents’ Association meeting and I had a productive meeting with Tom Gilley, President of the Parents’ Association.  I continue to be impressed by the talents and commitments of our students and our community at large. I am also grateful for the conversations and the feedback and I look forward to working to further strengthen our programs and procedures.

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Academic News March 4

Congratulations to the Jazz Combo for their performance at the District #7 Regional Competition which qualifies them for the State Jazz Festival later this month. Best of Luck!

As Dean of Faculty I am charged with visiting the classrooms of my esteemed colleagues. With Mrs. Farley’s assistance, I have a plan to attend at least one class of each and every faculty member over the next several weeks. I am looking forward to seeing our academic community in action.

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ResLife News

ResLife News March 10

I hope this update finds you warm on this very cold March day. Thankfully the sun is shining in northern Maine. As we all know, it is going to be a busy weekend on campus. We are excited to have many parents and board members visiting.

Thank you families who have done an excellent job communicating ahead of time any plans to take your child off campus, or give your child permission to go with another family. Receiving these emails in advance is essential. 

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ResLife News February 7

I hope this update finds you all well. Things are going well within MSSM's Residential Life Program this semester. There have been many, many activities for students to choose from (see below), constructive ideas coming from student senate, and strong leadership by our RAs and student leaders. I continue to be very proud of both the students and ResLife staff for their willingness to work together to make life at MSSM healthy, safe, fun, and dare I say, exciting at times!

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