At about 1.30 this afternoon our new automated weather station "PenguinStation" up on the VEX room roof went live. Thanks to the MSSM Foundation we now have an onsite weather station that updates a raft of environmental conditions every 16 seconds, 24 hours a day.
The Maine School of Science and Mathematics J-Term class "Backyard Chickens" is a unique and hands-on experience for students. The class is designed to teach students the ins and outs of chicken biology and how to keep chickens healthy and happy. The students are involved in the process of hatching baby chicks, taking care of them, and designing a chicken coop that will remain on campus.
The students are back on campus after a 3-week winter vacation and we're excited to kick off our January Term, also known as J-Term. During the next two weeks, students will have the opportunity to take unique and engaging classes, both on and off campus. Off-campus trips include excursions to the Dominican Republic and California.
The Maine School of Science and Mathematics is excited to announce their upcoming 2-hour virtual open house on Monday, January 30, 2023. This is a unique opportunity for students and their families to learn more about the school and its rigorous math and science programs.
The MSSM STEM Summer Camp in 2023 promises to be an unforgettable experience for campers ages 10-14. Located in Limestone, Maine, this math and science camp is designed to keep students academically stimulated during the summer and are eager to delve deeper into subjects like calculus, 3D printing, intro to programming, color theory, chemistry, and more!
Students in Señora Carson's Spanish classes recently decided to give back to the community and met with the principal of Limestone Community School (LCS).
MSSM held its annual Holiday Dinner on Sunday, December 11th. During the appetizers, Mr. Chouiniere and the band performed holiday musical numbers.
Recently, students in Dr. Klei's Before Calculus BC class went outside to get a bigger perspective on Conic Sections. When planes intersect right circular cones at different relative angles, the resultant curves are called conic sections.
We are delighted to welcome Cyndi Trapnell back to MSSM as Director of Residential Life. She previously worked in the dorm from 2011 to 2014, followed by a few years at summer camp.
This past weekend, MSSM students went to the State House in Augusta to participate in the annual Maine YMCA Youth in Government program.
On Saturday, MSSM had an Alumni Speaker Series with four presentations from members of the MSSM community.
We are happy to announce that Rianna Mattox has been named to the All Northern Maine D Regional All Star team.
On Saturday, October 29th, the Boys' cross country team competed in the MPA State Cross Country Championship in Cumberland. The boys team had their best team finish at the State competition finishing 5th place in Class C.
Congratulations to our Mathletes who participated in the recent MAML (Maine Association of Math Leagues) competition! MSSM's Ivory Team ranked #1 in the state of Maine with 347 total points.
On October 24th, the Theater at Monmouth came back to MSSM for the first time since 2018 for an in-person theater experience. Students and staff were able to attend a full length performance of William Shakespeare's As You Like It.
On Saturday, October 22nd, some members of the MSSM community went to the Nordic Heritage Outdoor Center in Presque Isle and cleaned some mountain trails used for bikes, hikes, and snowshoeing.
Friday and Saturday, October 23 & 22, were big athletic days for MSSM with both soccer teams playing in the first round playoffs and the cross country team traveling to Belfast for the Northern Maine Regional XC championship.
On Thursday, October 13th, MSSM boys and girls soccer teams played their last home matches against Fort Fairfield. Our graduating athletes for soccer were honored during each game's halftime and the cross country runners between the games.
In Dr. Hamlin's CIS 214 Creative Robotics class students learn to combine technology and creativity by using Arduino microcontrollers with electronic sensors and actuators.
Under the direction of history teacher, Mr. Primiano, students hosted Sunday Dinner on October 2nd in the dining hall.
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