Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senators Susan Collins (R-ME) and Angus King (I-ME) met with Joseph (Joe) Bergeon, a senior at Kennebunk High School, and Jay Philbrick, a junior at the Maine School of Science and Mathematics (MSSM), at the U.S. Senate Youth Program (USSYP) reception.
Rothery and Trevor were recognized at a banquet with other area scholar athletes on Monday, March 11th at Caribou High School. At the banquet, the Aroostook League representatives held a drawing for ten $400 scholarships and Rothery's name was drawn!
In Summer, 2015, Lawrence Berz, Instructor of Astronomy at the Maine School of Science and Mathematics since 1998 had the unique pleasure and opportunity of attending the Teachers' Workshop held in the venerable Hartness House in Springfield, Vermont. Organized by Mr. John Briggs, the conference featured invitees from leading astronomical educational figures from around the nation. One of the presenters, Mrs. Caroline Odden, Head of the DIvision of Natural Sciences at Phillips Andover Academy, detailed secondary school student efforts at compiling astronomical data sets to interpret the mechanics of asteroids.
It was an exciting Saturday at the University of Southern Maine, Gorham, as 20 teams from 12 Maine high schools battled it out answering questions related to Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science, Astronomy, Energy, and Mathematics. After 10 rounds of play, including two tie-breaker sets to determine placements for the semi-finals, MSSM Team A emerged victorious with a win over the Scarborough A team. MSSM Team B placed 4th in their division, but did not advance to the semi-finals.
The MSSM Chess Team played a double header at Houlton on Thursday, February 28. The team of Jordan Theriault, James Hawkes, Daniel Brower, Alex Graves, and Ryan Fitzmaurice won both matches with scores of 5-0 and 4.5-0.5.
Three MSSM teams qualified for the State Vex Robotics championship in South Portland on February 23, 2019. All three teams did a wonderful job and advanced to the semifinals.
Team 4393X comprised of Justin Davis, Jack Kang, Rudy Ye, Ben Grant, Will Whitman, Sadie Hartt, Jialan Deal, Michael Delorge, Sage Betko, and Kura Yamada, did not advance from the semifinals.
The beginning of last week marked the peak of MSSM's Nordic season as both the boys and girls teams went downstate to Titcomb Mountain to participate in the Class C state championships. Starting Monday the 18th with the classic race and ending on Tuesday the 19th with the freestyle and pursuit championship, States finished the season out on a bang.
This week posed an exciting few days for MSSM Nordic as both the boys and girls teams participated in the Aroostook Nordic finals, first at Caribou on the 12th and finishing in Fort Kent on the 14th. Regionals were started off in Caribou with a fast 5k classic race, after almost a week of warm weather the cold set in made the snow hard and fast, perfect for exciting racing
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