Dear Parents, Thanks for participating in our Remote Learning/Blizzard Bag Day. We would appreciate your feedback on how the day went for you and your child. Here is the parent survey: https://forms.gle/VXemVgMEZXBuqpNX7
Dear Families, I hope everyone is having a wonderful day. Because of the snow day we have moved our 8th grade parent night to Tuesday 2/25 from 6-7. Pizza will be provided. We will start with a brief information session in the student center. After that, we will move into the gym for the Freshmen Fair! In the gym you will be able to visit tables with representatives from all our academic departments, student senate, dual enrollment and more. Tours of the school will also be provided by current students! We are so excited to meet our incoming Freshmen and we are looking forward to welcoming all of you to the high school community! Dwayne Conway, Ed.D Principal Maranacook Community High School
Due to pending weather: Parent Conferences scheduled for Feb 6 have been moved to Feb 27 - same time that you previously signed up for (due to weather concerns)
Don't forget to do a Lunch Order for Remote Learning/Blizzard Bag Day! Order lunch for your child even if you are unsure if you will need it so we can plan. The lunch will be given out the day before we have a Remote Learning Day and is free to all who sign up. http://bit.ly/2ZSnLi8
All after school activities today (12/17) have been cancelled.
Reminder, Thursday, December 5th is an Early Release Day. There are no PreK classes.
The middle school music department is anxious to perform their winter concert for the community. With weather as it is, and in an effort to keep everyone safe, we would like to extend an invitation to the community to attend the performance on Monday, December 9th, at 7pm, our snow date. Hopefully weather will cooperate. In the meantime we hope you will join us at the annual tree-lighting ceremony this Friday at 6:00pm at the Readfield public library. There will be a small performance featuring the middle school chamber choir before we light the tree. We also hope you may join us for cookies, hot chocolate and a visit with Santa before he makes his way to the North Pole. Thank you all for your patience and happy holidays!
ALL after school activities at the high school AND middle school are cancelled today due to the possibility of icy roads.
Great article about the Naturalization Ceremony held at MCMS today! https://www.centralmaine.com/2019/11/15/why-america-citizenship-candidates-tell-readfield-area-students-what-led-them-to-immigrate/
Basketball Tryouts for Wednesday at MCMS today, 11/13: Girls tryout: 2:30-5:00 pm Boys tryout: 5:00-7:30 pm
Happy Halloween! A Note From the Wellness Office Our school partners with Let’s Go 5-2-1-0 to encourage our students to develop health habits. In keeping with the 5-2-1-0 message, we kindly ask that students enjoy their Halloween candy at home. Have a safe and fun Halloween!
Happy Halloween from MCMS!
Reminder: tomorrow is our Fall Social! It goes from 2:30-4pm. Pick up is at 4pm. Those who want to attend- please get the permission slip into the school by the end of the day today!
Great Parent/ Teacher Conferemce Night, PTO- sponsored teacher dinner (THANK YOU!) and Student Government Bake Sale! We put our next parent/ Teacher conference night on 10/17
There is an update for our App! It fixes the crash on launch.
Our App is not ready for iOS 13. Developers are working on an update as we speak but in the meantime, if you update your device, the App won't work. We will let you know when it's ready!
Check out this article! Great job, Sebago Team and the RSU 38 Food Kitchen Volunteers! “Maranacook Area Food Pantry helps families in ‘tenuous’ times” Kennebec Joirnal Article: https://www.centralmaine.com/2019/09/28/maranacook-area-food-pantry-helps-families-in-tenuous-times/
Our Environmental Club Started! Thanks to the hard work of student Molly Mahoney, and staff advisor, Margot Gyorgy, we have an environmental club that will meet afterschool on Fridays!
Congratulations to our community food kitchen and it’s volunteers (including students on the Sebago team)! They are going to be highlighted in the local news for their dedication to helping our community!
Robotics Galore! 7th Grader, Larrie Minoty III, has written code using Nested Loops, to direct Cue Robot all the way around the bookcases and then park itself! Great job Larrie!