Woolwich Central School 7th and 8th graders have spent the year learning about the history of boat building and used traditional woodworking techniques to build their own stools, and tool boxes. The group worked collaboratively to build 2 full-sized dories that they launched in Nequasset at the boat launch in Woolwich today.
2 days ago, Kim Burgess
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BMS Science Teacher, Monica Wright, has worked with a professional film crew to film a project that she does with her students. This project seeks to understand how middle school students’ participation in scientific modeling informs their classroom-based citizen science investigations, and how enhancing teachers’ learning about modeling changes both the opportunities students have to participate in scientific modeling and their understanding of change within ecosystems. The film is part of a national science foundation funded project with The Gulf of Maine Institute, Bowdoin College, and Vanderbilt University. Check out the films here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3aNh0_Qzekc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zNwRZmm3ygI
5 days ago, Kim Burgess
UPDATE - Due to the weather forecast, Morse High School graduation will take place indoors at Morse High School. Please bring your tickets for seating.
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Woolwich Central School staff and students dressed in the fashion of their favorite decade for Decades Day this week.
14 days ago, Kim Burgess
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Congratulations to our 2024 Merrymeeting Adult Ed Graduates!
15 days ago, Kim Burgess
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Last week, Phippsburg 2nd graders visited the Maine Maritime Museum where they learned about the geography and way of life of lobstering on the coast, past and present.
24 days ago, Kim Burgess
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The District Budget Meeting for registered voters to approve the proposed budget will be held Tuesday, May 28, 2024 at 6:00PM at Morse High School, 826 Shipbuilder Drive, Bath. Voter registration will begin at 5:30PM. We hope to see you there!
25 days ago, Kim Burgess
Congratulations to the CNA Class of 2024!!!!
25 days ago, Kim Burgess
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2024 Special Education Notices
25 days ago, Kim Burgess
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Spring things are happening! Fisher-Mitchell students recently planted potatoes in their garden, while chicks hatched in the Dike-Newell Kindergarten classrooms.
30 days ago, Kim Burgess
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Bath Tech Culinary Arts prepares for Senior Tea.
30 days ago, Kim Burgess
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Bus update: The afternoon runs of bus 45 & 51, out of DNS & FMS, will be up to 20 minutes late this afternoon. Thank you for your patience.
about 1 month ago, Kim Burgess
Dike-Newell students have been learning about Screen-Free Week during library classes this week. Celebrated every year at the beginning of May, Screen-Free Week is an invitation for everyone, children, adults and entire communities, to switch off completely from staring at screens and take a well-deserved break from the digital world.
about 1 month ago, Kim Burgess
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3rd grade students at Phippsburg Elementary School were treated to a presentation by the Chewonki Foundation about Biomes. Check it out!
about 1 month ago, Kim Burgess
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Hannah Keller, Isla Polizotto and Rose Strelneck have won the distinguished honor of an all expenses paid trip to France for the international ceremony of the 80th anniversary of D-Day. Three teams in New England were selected for this honor in the French American Friendship contest, sponsored by the Consulate General of France in Boston. Hannah, Rose and Isla shared their love of art by painting an interpretation of a mural in Paris originally and collaboratively painted by an American and French artist through the FAMA project.
about 2 months ago, Kim Burgess
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April is poetry month and at Dike-Newell students have been learning all about poetry in library classes. Students discovered that poetry is a type of writing that attempts to stir a reader's imagination or emotions. Poetry appears in a great many forms and styles including nursery rhymes, concrete, haiku, acrostic and free verse.
about 2 months ago, Kim Burgess
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Spring art has sprung at Phippsburg Elementary School!
about 2 months ago, Kim Burgess
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The Bath Tech Culinary Arts team of Eleanor Nery and Gwen Weaver took first place this week at the local food competition held in Bangor through the University of Maine Orono Cooperative Extension. This is the second year in a row our culinary students have competed and won this contest. Congratulations!
about 2 months ago, Kim Burgess
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Woolwich Central School athletes recently participated in the Special Olympics Swim event at the Bath Area YMCA. Since January, this group has been training on Free Style, Backstroke and being comfortable in the pool. Each students received a ribbon in their specific event.
2 months ago, Kim Burgess
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Dike-Newell second grade acting club students performed their "Cinderella" play for classmates recently.
2 months ago, Kim Burgess
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