On Friday and Saturday Feb 14th & 15th, students and two faculty members went to Phillips-Andover Academy in Massachusetts for the 2nd Annual MSSM/PAA Dark Sky Collaboration. While there, the 10 students attended an astronomy class, joined an all-school meeting, toured a gallery, took a hike on Holt Hill, and listened to a number of presentations.
French club students enjoyed French pastries from The Canterbury Royale Restaurant in Fort Fairfield. Chefs Renée and Barbara prepared a sumptuous variety of treats such as tartes aux poire with blue cheese, traditional éclairs, hand-painted
Congratulations Dolcie Tanguay, who earned the honor of State Champion in today's Maine Class C Classical Championships.
Members of Mr. Tasker and Dr. Barrans' "Learning to Love Winter in Limestone" J-Term course lead fellow Penguins in building a Quinzhee snow house and snow obelisk at the 2020 Arctic Appreciation Themed Weekend. P/C Richard Barrans.
On a warm Tuesday at the start of February all the surrounding schools traveled to Caribou High School for a 5k classic race. All the skiers went through the race with all their might and finished. For the ladies, Dolcie Tanguay finished 1st with a time of 17:47.5. Lydian Frost was next in for MSSM in 16th and then Brice Carson in 22nd. Evyn Lally was next in 26th and Maddie McCarthy in 31st.
On Thursday, February 6th, 2020, two students were honored for being exemplars of MSSM's Core Values.
Ben Grant, a senior from Leeds, Maine, was noted for his 'curiosity'.
Rachel London, a senior from Hollis Center, Maine, was brought forth for her efforts to build community.
On a cool Tuesday in Madawaska, Aroostook County schools all traveled to Madawaska for a Skate sprint race. A sprint race is shorter than a normal race being only 1.3k instead of the normal 4 to 5k. There were three rounds of races for both boys and girls.
On February 1, 2020 the three MSSM Vex Robotics teams headed to Tripp Middle School in Turner, Maine. All teams performed very well and made it into the elimination round. Teams X and Z formed an alliance and won the entire competition against an alliance from Scarborough High School.
On Thursday, January 23rd, students had presentations about their two-week J-Term experiences. These included on-campus classes in the gym, off-campus internships in classrooms, a theater production as well as stop motion animation shown in the auditorium.
The MSSM Community had a Lunar New Year Celebration on Sunday, January 26th where students and staff prepared traditional food and drinks.
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