Attention Class of 2023 Students & Parents: the Senior Send-Off Celebration is POSTPONED - out of an abundance of caution due to potential thunderstorms in our area today, we are moving this event to Monday, June 5 from 5:00pm - 7:00pm at the MHS Stadium and surrounding fields.
UPDATE on MDOT Road Work: Ossipee Hill Road at Middle Road where the two connect is completely closed this afternoon for continued work on that particular section. Please seek alternative routes. Thank you!
DISMISSAL TODAY: The Department of Transportation is conducting road work in our area this afternoon and we should avoid the following areas to help ease congested traffic: From Middle Road to Straw Mill Road (Ossippee Hill Road as well) Thank you!
Massabesic High School June Menus!
There will be a meeting for all boys and their parents or guardians who are interested in playing basketball at MHS next winter , Thursday May 18th at 6pm in the MHS Gym. All players entering Grades 9-12 next school year are encouraged to attend. This will be an opportunity to meet your new coach CJ Jipson and hear important summer plans. Thank you
Hello RSU 57 Families. You can view today's Community Newsletter by following the attached link. Have a wonderful evening. https://www.smore.com/2ej91
SECOND REMINDER: The RSU #57 School Board invites you to the annual district budget meeting as well as a public hearing on a Maine School Revolving Renovation Fund to be held at Massabesic Middle School on Monday, May 15. Registration will be held starting at 6:15PM in the event entrance lobby adjacent to the cafeteria of the middle school and the meeting will start at 7:00PM. We hope to see you on Monday evening.
Four RSU #57 students were recognized at an awards ceremony at the American Veterans (AMVETS) Post in Sanford on Wednesday, May 10th. The students were selected as winners of the Americanism Essay Contest. The prompt for this year’s competition was “What Does Freedom Look Like?”. All four essays have been advanced to the national competition. The first place essay was written by MHS freshman Walker Vivian. The second and third place essays were written by 8th graders Chase Morin and Brielle Densmore, respectively. The fourth place winner was MHS junior Jacob LeBrun. Student winners were given an American Flag and a cash prize. The AMVETS hold a middle school and high school essay contest annually. Next year’s topic is “Why Is It Important to Vote?”.
The RSU #57 School Board invites you to the annual district budget meeting as well as a public hearing on a Maine School Revolving Renovation Fund to be held at Massabesic Middle School on Monday, May 15. Registration will be held starting at 6:15PM in the event entrance lobby adjacent to the cafeteria of the middle school and the meeting will start at 7:00PM. We hope to see you on Monday evening.
Today we celebrate our district's school nutrition professionals, serving more than 3,200 meals each day! Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the students and staff of RSU 57!!
Please review the 2.0 version of Important Prom Reminders (found a typo!)
Spring Assessment Schedule - May 11th & May 15th
Please review the following important Prom Information Reminders
Massabesic High School is pleased to announce the 1st Semester Honor Roll for school year 2022-2023
Please review the letter from Principal Thurlow regarding the end of the school year.
Massabesic High School May Menus!
MHS Career Fair on the front page of the 'Reporter'!
Follow the link to next weeks MHS Athletics schedule and announcements! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eZJgJh54_wlaIlIhGKsnhwYelDnEO62-/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=112813519715346643673&rtpof=true&sd=true
Today, Massabesic High School held a Career Fair to encourage students to think about their plans after high school and the steps they need to take in order to reach their goals. Students had the opportunity to engage with thirty-eight businesses which represented careers in engineering, manufacturing, education, government, the military, and more. Students represented MHS well as they asked inquisitive questions and had meaningful conversations about future career opportunities. Thank you to all of the vendors and their representatives who attended today’s event, as well as the Career & College Readiness PLC and our students for making the event a success! You can view more images of today’s Career Fair by following the link below! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yE6_WITPTJo
Please see the School Assembly Letter from Principal Thurlow.