Penguins dropped their first games of the season and the Boys and Girls Soccer teams fell to the visiting Ashland Hornets. The Girls in the night's opening contest kept pace with a highly talented Hornets team, trailing 2-0 after one half.
Question: What happens if you give a penguin an ice cube?
Answer: You get a chill day!
MSSM Penguins never stop with their creativity and always find a way to amaze us.
he MSSM Penguins started their season on the right foot, sweeping the evening's contests against the Washburn Beavers.
We're thrilled to announce that Madison Albert, MSSM ('20), has been named a Goldwater Scholar! Madison is currently pursuing a degree in Biomedical Engineering at Vanderbilt University.
In the first class of Outdoor Education, instructor Jonathan McEndarfer led students through the essential skill of fire-building. The hands-on experience took place near the campfire for safety, after students went to the woods and were tasked with sourcing their own materials for the assignment. An intriguing twist to the exercise was the employment of a Magnesium Striker, a more demanding method compared to conventional matches.
MSSM's Field Day was an absolute blast! The day kicked off with a hearty breakfast and a briefing from Mr. Primiano about our new advisory plan for the year. It's all about taking your student experience to the next level.
We at the Maine School of Science and Mathematics (MSSM) are filled with enthusiasm as we welcome the beginning of the new school year. The excitement is palpable as students from all over Maine, and even from around the country, start to arrive this week, eager to embark on a journey of academic exploration and personal growth.
We're thrilled to announce the start of the 23-24 school year at the Maine School of Science and Mathematics (MSSM), and with it comes a warm welcome to all our students arriving back on campus this week.
During finals in select classes, especially independent studies, students presented on specific topics. The presentations will extend throughout the week, but here are some from Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, and Spanish disciplines, reflecting students' diverse interests and expertise.
Join us in commemorating the achievements of our distinguished class of 2023. Among our 33 graduates, 30 have been accepted into renowned colleges across the United States, while 2 will be attending military academies or joining the service. One student is going to attend an international school.
Deb Eustis-Grandy's Anatomy & Physiology class recently toured Cary Medical Center in Caribou to learn about hospital operations and the many career opportunities available in the health care field.
The MSSM Introduction to Meteorology class visited the Caribou, Maine National Weather Service Forecast Office on Wednesday afternoon. Science and Operations Officer Todd Foisy explained how they make weather forecasts and showed them the facility.
On Saturday, May 6th, 86 students boarded school buses and headed to the Northeastland Hotel in Presque Isle. This was the culmination of a phenomenal amount of work by the students on the Prom Committee as well as their advisor, Heidi St. Peter.
On April 14th Mr. Tasker's PE class wrapped up the winter portion of their course with a Spring ski in blinding sun at the Aroostook National Wildlife Refuge. During this phase we got very familiar with the various sorts of snow we get here, the weather systems that produce it, and how best to move on it.
After a long hiatus, it was fantastic to have the 2023 State Math Meet held in person once again. It was truly heartwarming to see the level of enthusiasm for math at the high school level across the state.
Next year's Key Club Leadership, accompanied by this year's Lieutenant Governor, had the opportunity to attend the District's yearly education conference held in Springfield, Massachusetts. The conference was an extraordinary experience for everyone involved, filled with a remarkable sense of camaraderie and support for various noble causes.
What an amazing accomplishment by our Nordic skiers! In February, on the 22nd and 23rd, they participated in the 2023 Class A, B & C Nordic State Championships at the Fort Kent Outdoor Center. It was an exhilarating two days of competition and our teams truly shone.
The Board of Trustees of the Maine School of Science and Mathematics has appointed Rob Constantine as its next Executive Director, replacing Sam Critchlow, whose last day is June 30, 2023.
Two seniors from the Maine School of Science and Mathematics (MSSM), Shelby Carson from Fort Kent and Owen Dulac from Raymond, were recently recognized as Aroostook Scholar Athletes and were honored at the annual banquet held at Caribou High School for their exceptional academic and athletic performances throughout their high school careers.
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