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!
Check out the beautiful artwork from our students!
Middle school is an amazing time. Other than the earliest years of life, the middle-school ages are the time when the brain develops most. The prefrontal cortex is developing so quickly and it is such an important time for children to develop relationships and have opportunities to explore who they are. Middle school is also a time when our students meet new people and make lasting friendships. It’s a time when they get to discover and explore new interests on their own. Throughout this year, students will learn more about who they are and who they have the potential to become. We are so happy to have our students grow with us at MCMS!
Meet the new Girls B soccer coaches! Athletic Director Brant Remington and Principal Kristen Levesque. All girls B practices end at 4:15- next practice is 9/16!
Eye Dropper Cartesian Diver Meets Occom’s Razor Lab in Mr. Holman's class! Students were engaged & intrigued! Named after Rene Descartes, who used the diver to demonstrate gas laws & buoyancy. Occam’s Razor suggest we explain using theories that require the fewest new assumptions
MCMS Field Hockey practiced is cancelled today, 9/3. They will have practice 9/4. MCMS girls soccer and boys soccer start today! Practice ends at 4:15. Students need to have their physical in and emergency form/contract in. Good luck athletes!
Middle school soccer and field hockey start Tuesday, 9/3! It will go from 2:45-4:15. Cross country starts 9/4! Have fun, student athletes!
School is back in session and everyone is reading! Over the last two days, our middle school students have already taken out 195 books from our Learning Commons Library!
The middle school is looking for a soccer coach for our Girls B team. If interested, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome Back from MCMS!! Here is the link to our welcome back video! Here is the link: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/search?q=welcome%20back
We have a new way for parents to submit lunch payments electronically. It's called e~Funds for Schools. When parents submit lunch payments, it posts directly to PowerSchool. Here is a link to our webpage with directions: http://maranacookrsu38me.appte...
Just a reminder that bus times are approximate and that students should plan on 15 minutes leeway either way of the current listed time. If you have questions, please contact the Transportation Office at 685-3621 x1. Have a great day!
2019-2020 Bus Schedules have been posted at https://www.maranacook.org/o/rsu-38/browse/77205 Sorry for the delay! Contact the Transportation Office at 685-3621 x1 with questions. Thanks!
A huge thank you to our wonderful PTO and the AppleShed for providing our faculty and staff with an amazing lunch during our professional development day today! We are all so excited to be back at school!
Thank you everyone for coming to our Open house tonight. New students and families- thank you for participating in the Technology Family Information Session!
Great advisor training day today at Camp Androscoggin in Wayne!
We are looking for a soccer coach for our Girls B team. If interested, please email: email@example.com
We cannot wait to see our MCMS families at the open house 8/26, 5-6pm! Agenda: 5-5:15: Welcome, introductions and overview of the night (in Gym) 5:15-5:25: Parent and Advisor time (in the advisor meeting location) 5:25-5:45: Team overview (on team) 5:45-6: specialist, special education, unified arts and world language meeting time (in classrooms of specialists)
Due to paving, no traffic will be allowed in the circle at the High School and Middle School on Thursday, 8/22. Parking will be allowed in the lower parking lot, but there will be traffic delays.