Mrs. Swetz and Mr. Merrifield class at Coastal Clean-up Day. The class worked at both Ferry Beach State Park and Camp Ellis fishing village. Many pounds of trash were recovered and the team will be studying the different effects of the trash on the eco -system. They will also be preparing a presentation that will be given to the fifth grade upon completion. Students are able to earn various credits through these alternative lessons.
MHS is excited to welcome John Merrifield as a new teacher in our Success Program! Mr. Merrifield has a Masters in Special Education, a BA in History, and an AAS in Business. He has a wealth of experience as a Special Education teacher and administrator. In his spare time, Mr. Merrifield enjoys wilderness hiking, playing music, and woodworking. Mr. Merrifield got into education to work with students struggling with the traditional format of education! Thanks for joining our team!
Lyman Elementary students helping out with the Maine Harvest Lunch today! Students enjoyed fresh corn from Harris Farm in Dayton, Apples from Gile's Family Farm in Alfred, Maine Potato Wedges, Maine Blueberry Muffins made from scratch & Maine Oakhurst Milk!! A big thank you to the Lyman Kitchen Staff Mrs. Amabile & Mrs. Vigneault!
This is a message from RSU #57 Central Office regarding parking at MHS for after school activities and events. It is essential that we ensure events held on our properties are as safe as possible for all participants and attendees. Emergency vehicles and school buses must have direct and clear access to the Stadium and transportation facility. Effective immediately parking will be prohibited along the field side of the stadium / bus garage access road. This is the right side of the access road as you travel towards the stadium. A temporary barrier and signs will be installed to serve as a reminder. We understand that this will be a change in past practice and an adjustment for the community. Thank you for your cooperation in helping us provide a safe environment for all who attend events on our campus.
MHS is excited to welcome Meagan Collupy as a new teacher in our day treatment program! Mrs. Collupy has a degree in Criminal Justice from Lyndon State College and she worked at MHS previously as an educational technician. She previously worked as a classroom case manager in a therapeutic school in Vermont as well as coached middle school soccer. In her spare time, Mrs. Collupy enjoys running, hanging out with her husband and dog, and reading. She also has a professional photography business. Mrs. Collupy looks forward to supporting students at MHS in developing their own thoughts and ideas around their education, as well as supporting them in figuring out their potential! Thanks for joining our team!
REMINDER Early Release Day, Wednesday, September 18th Middle School & High School are dismissed at 11:45am. Elementary Schools are dismissed at 1pm.
This alert is a reminder that next Wednesday, September 18, is an early release day. Grades 6-12 will be dismissed at 11:45 and elementary students will be released at 1:00. Thank you and have a great weekend.
Good afternoon Parent/Guardians, Please log in and check out the information and change and/or add any info needed...ie...emergency contact info. https://me-wat.edupoint.com/Frameset_PXP.aspx?P=Login_Parent_PXP.aspx
Three of our own being recognized at SRTC https://www.sanford.org/article/132561?org=sanford-regional-technical-center #gomustangs
NOW HIRING!!! RSU #57 is now using Frontline: Recruiting and Hiring to process employment applications for all RSU #57 employment opportunities. Frontline: Recruiting and Hiring can be found by clicking on the "Employment" link in the menu at the top of the district website.
Please see this important message from Superintendent Malone. https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/454748/pertussis_ltr_0819__1_.pdf
School Board Agenda August 28, 2019
Check out the MHS Athletic Boosters Web Store selling various items celebrating the 50th anniversary of MHS! All proceeds support MHS Athletes. https://www.rsdgraphicsonline.com/massabesic-boosters-50th-anniversar-1
Reminder Fall Sports begin Monday August 19th. All participants must be registered and cleared to begin practices. Registrations can be made at rsu57.revtrak.net. Registrations should be completed by Thursday the 15th in order to be safely cleared for Monday.
We’re thrilled to announce Regional School Unit 57’s new app! It’s everything RSU 57, in your pocket. With the new app, you can access sports scores, cafeteria menus, news updates, and even emergency notifications. Download the app on Android: http://bit.ly/3278HxW or iPhone: https://apple.co/2NqwkOu.
Important School Bus Route Information. https://www.rsu57.org/article/123846?org=rsu-57 … View image on Twitter
Fall Sports Registration! RevTrak has re-opened for Fall Sports registrations. All students must be registered and cleared through the school nurse and the athletic office to be eligible to participate. Practices begin on August 19th.
ANNUAL BUDGET MEETING The Annual District Budget Meeting for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. The meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will be held in the Middle School cafeteria. The front door and the doors leading to the cafeteria will be open and available for access to the building.
Congratulations! Marcus Ratz, senior at RSU 57 Massabesic High School, wins 1st Place at the District 41 Lions Club Speak Out Contest held at Sugarloaf Mountain Resort on Saturday 4/27/19. Link to his speech - https://drive.google.com/…/1L9GjzRy_4IcnTk1umVv107l49…/view…