The BMS Student Council visited and volunteered at the Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland recently. The educators taught students about animal welfare and animals' movements/expressions and what they mean. Students packaged and labeled puppy food, made "granola" snack bags for the dogs and put together hay and treat surprise bags for bunnies! Everyone had a wonderful day at the ARLGP!
1 day ago, Kim Burgess
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The Bath Middle School 8th grade Kennebec House Enrichment class has been working on budgeting. The students planned a meal and then took a trip to Shaw's to purchase supplies and pay for their grocery bill.
4 days ago, Kim Burgess
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Bath Middle School 8th graders had the opportunity to see what a day looks like as a Bath Tech student! The 8th grade Bath Tech Step Up Day is always a favorite activity. Students select three programs that they are interested in and get previews of the programs and some fun hands-on experiences!
6 days ago, Kim Burgess
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It looks like Morse High School students are having a fun time at the Special Olympics Winter Games! Good luck to all the athletes participating!
5 days ago, Kim Burgess
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The Dike-Newell School library was recently gifted ten brand new library books by the American Legion Smith-Tobey Unit 21 of Bath. Auxiliary President Sue Laflamme, Secretary Dolly Young and Sergeant at Arms Margie Russell made the presentation to School Librarian Lisa Hardman and the cast of the upcoming Cinderella play who were representing DNS students. Thanks to their generosity the library now has four books by our highly anticipated visiting author coming in May, Peter Brown.
7 days ago, Kim Burgess
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Morse High School students prepared plants last week for the raised garden initiative.
12 days ago, Kim Burgess
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Woolwich Central School had a lot of fun celebrating Spirit Week. It's true what they say: You just can't hide that Wildcat pride!
18 days ago, Kim Burgess
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Students in Mrs. Hoskin's math class worked on creating business proposals for their own Hot Chocolate Food Truck. Each student needed to figure out the cost of the truck and ingredients, and then create a menu that would support paying for the business. They also created food truck models and had a "cocoa cook-off" to showcase one of their recipes. Special invitations went out and a panel of judges got to vote on favorites in different categories.
22 days ago, Kim Burgess
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Fisher-Mitchell School had a surprise visit from Main Street Bath's Yeti this week to promote Bath's upcoming Winterfest 2024, a day of wintertime fun, held this year on Saturday, February 24th. For more information visit: https://visitbath.com/winterfest
25 days ago, Kim Burgess
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Twenty two students were honored recently by family and staff for their outstanding work in their Bath Tech programs.
28 days ago, Kim Burgess
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Freaky Friday rehearsals are underway at Morse High School! Check out Morse Drama’s new (& in progress) website (https://sites.google.com/rsu1.org/morse-drama/home) for more details, updates, and ways you can support!
29 days ago, Kim Burgess
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Dike-Newell School first graders have made some impressive discoveries in music class this week! Students were able to take a familiar lullaby, identify the notes used in the melody, notate the melody on a musical staff, and play it on the xylophones. What a huge accomplishment!
about 1 month ago, Kim Burgess
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Eighth grade students from Bath, AOS 93 and AOS 98 had an opportunity to visit Bath Tech and learn about the many programs offered. Students from these schools shared that their experience was awesome and several of them left thinking that they may want to sign up for one of the programs in the future. Many thanks to all who made these experiences possible and successful.
about 1 month ago, Kim Burgess
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The Bath Middle School place-based writing connections class headed to downtown Bath to write in their journals.
about 2 months ago, Kim Burgess
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Bath Tech JMG Criminal Justice students had the opportunity to attend the Criminal Justice Academy in Vassalboro, Maine recently. Students were able to hear from multiple officers and individuals in the field ranging from juvenile probation to Maine State Police. Students asked questions of the panelists, walked through a traffic stop, and toured the facility.
about 2 months ago, Kim Burgess
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In Science class, 5th graders at Phippsburg Elementary School studied the chemical reactions in the process of making potato pancakes. What a yummy science experiment!
about 2 months ago, Kim Burgess
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It's been a great start to the new year for Morse athletics!
about 2 months ago, Kim Burgess
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Please note that all RSU1 schools will be in session tomorrow, Thursday, December 21st. Power has been restored at all locations.
3 months ago, RSU1 Info
The PES generator is working like a charm and so are the students!
3 months ago, Kim Burgess
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ALERT -- Please Read Carefully -- Dike Newell School is closed for today, Wednesday, December 20th, due to power outages. All other RSU1 schools will be back in session today. Please note that today is a Late Start Wednesday.
3 months ago, RSU1 Info