ALERT -- Please read carefully -- There will be no school today, Tuesday, December 19th, for Dike Newell School and Woolwich Central School due to power outages. All other RSU1 schools will be in session, but have a two-hour delay.
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*** There will be no RSU1 school board meeting this evening, December 18th, due to the storm ***
3 months ago, RSU1 Info
More news from BMS! Our Map, Compass & Orientating Connections classes spent a day at Pineland Farms putting their work from this Connections rotation to use! Throughout this trimester's class, students learned the basics of how to read topographic maps and some basic compass reading skills! It was great to spend a beautiful day outside navigating all the trails. Thank you Mr. Luchies for helping make this great experience happen for our students!
3 months ago, Kim Burgess
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This week our culinary arts students prepared and served a wonderful meal for the Bath Rotary. Their skills really shined as part of this live work.
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Kindergartners at Phippsburg Elementary have been busy completing a snowman project and playing their favorite math games!
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See what's happening at Woolwich Central School!
3 months ago, Kim Burgess
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Bath Middle School recently held a canned food drive for the Bath Area Food Bank. This was aligned with last month's theme of gratitude. Way to go BMS!
3 months ago, Kim Burgess
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Each year the Mid-Coast Maine Retired Educators’ Associations gives out three grants to any teacher in the Bath Brunswick area. The applicants submit a proposal in October and the executive committee meets and rates each proposal. This year the Association chose Chef EB Baldwin, Culinary Arts Instructor, as one of the three recipients. The committee was very impressed that the program “Lobster Week” included the professional lobstermen, elementary students and the high school culinary arts students.
3 months ago, Kim Burgess
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The new gaga pit has arrived at BMS! Thanks to Mrs. Willis' and her classes and expertise of building our new and improved recess set up. A special shout out to Mrs. MacPhee and the student council who has been fundraising for the past two years to help make recess time a little more fun and purchased our new equipment piece. Within seconds of finishing, the pit was filled and they were ready to play!
3 months ago, Kim Burgess
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Dike-Newell students are participating in Hour of Code in their weekly library classes this week. Hour of Code is a free introduction to computer science through fun activities and videos for learners of all skill levels. Schools around the world join the Hour of Code movement as part of Computer Science Education Week.
3 months ago, Kim Burgess
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There will be a two-hour delay for all RSU1 schools today, Monday, December 4th, due to the weather.
3 months ago, RSU1 Info
Phippsburg Elementary School fourth graders had a lesson in the garden on how to plant garlic. It was a cold but beautiful day!
3 months ago, Kim Burgess
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If you drive by the project house that our Bath Tech carpentry and electrical students work on, check out the new sign! Thank you to Hammond Lumber for sponsoring the sign and thank you to our welding students who created the steel stand that supports it.
3 months ago, Kim Burgess
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This message is for Fisher Mitchell School Only -- there will be no school at Fisher Mitchell School today, Monday, November 27th due to power outages. All other RSU1 schools will be open and operating normally.
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See what's happening at Woolwich Central School...
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Fisher-Mitchell School arts in action.
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Thanks to a grant from Donors Choose, Dike-Newell students will have the opportunity to participate in Science Club in the school library. Materials received include rock, fossil and mineral kits as well as science viewers that offer an up close look at sea life, insects, spiders, birds, lifecycles and animals. Students will also have the chance to further investigate topics of particular interest to them.
4 months ago, Kim Burgess
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The Morse High School Football Team received the MPA 8 Man Large North Good Sportsmanship award. Congratulations!
4 months ago, Kim Burgess
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Morse High School presents the 94th annual MoHiBa! MoHiBa Mystery! Friday, November 17th at 7:00pm & Saturday, November 18th at 7:00pm. Montgomery Theater, Morse High School. Tickets only at the door: $10 adults, $5 students. Cash or check ONLY. Ticket sales will begin at 6pm. Doors to the theater will open at 6:20pm. Come join us for an evening of fun. As tradition has it - student groups present skits, music, and dance acts. The evening is hosted by student emcees. We can't wait to see you in the audience!
4 months ago, Kim Burgess
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