On a bright Saturday afternoon, some students elected to get on skis and enjoy the snow and sunshine. Some are experienced Nordic skiers, others were not. Nonetheless it was a great afternoon to be outside. The next varsity race will be on Tuesday, February 23 rd at Nordic Heritage Center in Presque Isle.
Happy Lunar New Year
In celebration of Chinese New Year, MSSM students, with supervision from Ms. Jeskey, prepared a delicious lunch including pho, dumplings and pancakes. Staff and students stopped by to taste some authentic Asian food. The dining hall staff also got the opportunity to enjoy it too. It was a wonderful day.
On Tuesday, February 9th, three MSSM Nordic Skiers participated in the Caribou High School Classic 5km Nordic Ski meet for Aroostook County. The skiers were Connor St. Peter, Justin Pelletier, and Kat White. The next two events will be on Feb, 16th at the Madawaska Four Seasons Trail with Freestyle Sprints and then on Feb. 23rd at the Nordic Heritage Village in Presque Isle with a classic 5km.
On January 30th, 2021, four MSSM students won first place in the 6th annual Thomas Cup held virtually, but sponsored by Thomas College in Waterville. Competing against 51 other teams from all around Maine in various challenges in technology the MSSM team won a ten-thousand-dollar scholarship.
First Nordic Race of the Season for MSSM Student
On Tuesday, January 26th, Connor St. Peter took part in the Aroostook League Freestyle
High School Race at the Fort Kent Outdoor Center. Connor finished 18th out of 31 with a
final time of 17.52.4. Great job Connor!
MSSM will host a Virtual Open House on February 8th, 2021 from 2 PM to 4PM. During this session, prospective students and families will have the opportunity to learn all about the admission process and understand the many reasons that led to our ranking of second best high school in the nation.
MSSM senior Connor St. Peter is working toward the rank of Eagle Scout. Read about his project at the Francis Malcolm Science Center in Easton, Maine.
Jay Philbrick, MSSM ('20), will be one of the four presidential electors for Maine. Jay, of North Yarmouth, is the youngest Biden elector and represents the first congressional district.
Jay has always been active while at Maine School of Science and Mathematics serving as the president of the student senate, head tutor in the learning center, and founder of the MSSM Quiz Bowl team.
On Friday, November 13th, the MSSM Theatre Club put on a series of performances in the auditorium. There were monologues, poetry skits, original plays, and an improv section in which the audience gave suggestions and they had less than a minute to start. It was quite enjoyable and everyone had a good time. The free cookies at the end were a bonus.
On Saturday, Nov 14, MSSM VEX teams 4393G and 4393R battled it out with other schools in a virtual VEX skills competition hosted by York High School. There were a number of students in the audience as the robots competed over a zoom link. In the end,...
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