Students had the opportunity to talk to over 30 businesses and colleges while participating in a college and career fair at MHS/Bath Tech this week.
1 day ago, Kim Burgess
OUR STEM CITY Thursday, April 6th 5PM-7PM Morse High School/Bath Tech
5 days ago, Kim Burgess
MY, OH, MY, LOOK WHO GOT PIED! The Fisher-Mitchell School Pie Day Campaign raised over $500 for the 5th grade field trip fund.
6 days ago, Kim Burgess
Bath Tech hosted 8th-grade students from AOS 93 schools on Friday, March 24th. These 8th-grade students had the opportunity to experience three different Bath Tech programs with the help of some of our current Bath Tech students.
7 days ago, Kim Burgess
Morse High School presents The Addams Family Friday, April 7th and Saturday, April 8th at 7pm Montgomery Theater, 826 Shipbuilder Way, Bath Tickets are $5 for all students/ $10 for adults All ticket sales happen at the door. Cash/check only, please. Tickets sales will start 1 hour before the performance The Addams Family, a comical feast that embraces the wackiness in every family, features an original story and it’s every father’s nightmare: Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family–a man her parents have never met. And if that wasn’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before–keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s “normal” boyfriend and his parents. Follow on Instagram @826drama
8 days ago, Kim Burgess
Addams Family poster
Dike-Newell Students have been working on STEM projects in Library class. Students made paper airplanes and measured how far they traveled, making design tweaks to try to get them to go even farther!
9 days ago, Kim Burgess
Woolwich Central School K-2, 4/5, and 6th grade Odyssey of the Mind Teams will be competing in the Maine State Tournament. This is the largest group that WCS has sent to compete in 5 years. The competition is happening Saturday, March 25th at Noble High School.
9 days ago, Kim Burgess
Fifteen students from Bath Tech traveled to Bangor last week to compete against other CTE schools in the Maine State SkillsUSA competition. The following students earned medals: Olyvia Oxton and Eleanor Nery won gold in Wedding Cake Decorating, Payton Blagdon won gold in Cabinet Making, Rylie Harper won gold in Architectural Drafting, Jean Paul won gold in Cosmetology, Connor Robertson won silver in Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair, and Alton King won bronze in Carpentry. Everyone did their best and we are proud of each of you!!
13 days ago, Kim Burgess
BMS students had an amazing day at Black Mountain last Thursday. 11 brand new skiers from BMS put themselves in the learning zone and gave it a try. Many thanks to all that made this trip possible.
17 days ago, Kim Burgess
Culinary arts students have been practicing their skills for the upcoming wedding cake competition at this week's SkillsUSA competition in Bangor.
19 days ago, Kim Burgess
BMS wrapped up the month of February with our theme around respect with a RESPECT Rally. Our BMS rock band rocked the stage and grade levels all had a blast in different challenges and activities versus homerooms and grade level houses.
22 days ago, Kim Burgess
Third graders at Phippsburg Elementary learned about heart health and had fun jumping rope in PE this week.
29 days ago, Kim Burgess
ELO and CTE students recently attended the BIW Training Academy. This was a terrific experience for our students! Students spent time in the Welding Training Facility and the Virtual Reality Center, where they were able to virtually paint a ship, operate a crane and forklift, perform some welding and virtually be on a worksite.
30 days ago, Kim Burgess
Awards assemblies, GIANT snow banks, and Valentines are something to smile about at PES.
about 1 month ago, Amber Caron
We had a happy but tired crew of students after our ski trip to Black Mountain. It was so awesome to watch them challenge themselves and push through some tough learning moments. 12 out of the 14 of them had never clipped into skis before and it is easier said than done. By the end of the day, they were begging to keep going and not load up the van.
about 1 month ago, Amber Caron
Congratulations to Rory Leeman who just recently became the Sagadahoc County Spelling Bee Champ!
about 2 months ago, Amber Caron
Morse High School drummers lead the Lantern Parade for Bath Winterfest!
about 2 months ago, Amber Caron
Second graders at Phippsburg Elementary School recently visited the Maine Maritime Museum in Bath. The Read-A-Thon is in full swing at PES! Here are a few photos of staff enjoying their books.
about 2 months ago, Kim Burgess
field trip
Our first grade students, here at PES, read and learn about birds in Library class!
about 2 months ago, Amber Caron
RSU 1 would like your feedback about the draft Education Plan that will guide our work over the next several years. It includes a mission, beliefs, and four goal areas. This plan has been drafted by a planning team that included teachers, support staff, and administrators. When completing the form, please provide your email address so that we may follow up with you should we have any questions. The form will close at 3:00p.m. Friday, February 10th. Thank you for taking the time to offer your feedback on this plan. Education Plan Survey:
about 2 months ago, RSU1 Info