The MSSM STEM Summer Camp has successfully completed its 22nd year of providing outreach to middle school aged kids from Maine and around the world. This season was the second year of having a co-ed week as well as a 5-week model. Both ideas have proven to be very popular and we plan to continue this plan in the future.
Rising senior Jay Raj Philbrick is spending his summer in the nation's capital, participating in the United States Senate Page Program. Click here to read the Aroostook Republican's write-up.
(Photo courtesy of Christopher Knight)
Like many other places across the United States, the Fourth of July was undoubtedly a busy one for the town of Limestone. MSSM participated in the parade with a float and many of the Summer Camp Boys Week One students walked alongside it. Put on by the Chamber of Commerce, Limestone worked up to Thursday's events with various other activities throughout the week such as the Community Spirit Daze, a kids scavenger hunt, Teddy Bear Picnic, annual Strawberry Shortcake Festival and much more.
Coed week was lots of fun! Some of the classes included: You Can Do the Cube, Constructive Chaos, 3D Printing, Lift Off, and Put a Spark in it! The kids learned a lot of new skills and made new friends!
The Emperor Penguins SeaPerch team from MSSM travelled to the University of Maryland over the weekend of June 1-2 to compete in the national SeaPerch Challenge. The team, made up of seniors Justin Davis, Amanda Chen, Rudy Ye, Trevor Gave, and Kura Yamada (who did not travel with the team); and juniors Jialan Deal, Noah Olsen, and Ashlynn White, competed in the High School stock class against 83 other schools from across the nation and several countries.
"The crew of MSSM students that went to ARML did well. It was a great group of over 35 students from Maine and most of them shared how happy they were to be around like-minded, positive and supportive people. It was wonderful to hear!"
On Saturday, June 1, nine athletes from the Maine School of Science and Mathematics competed in the Class C Maine State Track & Field Championships. This year's meet was held at Mt. Blue High School in Farmington, Maine. MSSM athletes performed well, earning 6 individuals medals:
Maine School of Science and Mathematics (MSSM) held its 24th annual commencement exercises on May 25, 2019. Thirty six students received diplomas.
On Saturday, May 18th, students in Dr. Brigman's Victoria's Literature class participated in MSSM's first Regency Ball: A Night at Netherfield. Based on Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, this event recreated a key scene from the novel in which the main characters—the Bennets, the Bingleys, and Mr. Darcy—attend a private social event, dancing to English country music and pushing the courtship narrative of the novel forward.
On May 14, 2019, the MSSM Track and Field Team competed in the the Aroostook League Championships. It was a cold, blustery day in Presque Isle but our athletes did not let weather damper their performances.
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