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Bus Runs 19-20 MMHS Only

posted Aug 16, 2019, 11:22 AM by Vincent Vanier   [ updated Aug 16, 2019, 11:27 AM ]

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Madawaska Middle/High School bus runs for the first two weeks of school are as follows: Bus drivers and pick up times will be adjusted when the Elementary School begins.





Allen Ouellette  Bus #1
A.M. TRIP:
Run begins at 6:45. 673 Main Street to corner of Main & Emmanual Avenue, Main Street to Fournier Road, Main Street to corner of Main Street & Old Post Office Road, Main Street to Morneault Road, Main Street to Notre Dame Road. Main Street to Railroad crossing, Main Street to Madawaska. Drop off at High School.
P.M. TRIP:
Same as morning trip.

Gil Cyr Bus #2
A.M. TRIP
Run begins at 6:50. Sugar Tree Road, Lake Shore Road, Beaulieu Road, Cove Road, Lavertu Road, Gendreau Road & Cyr Road. Drop off at High School.
P.M. TRIP:
Reverse AM trip.

Andy Daigle Bus #3
A.M. TRIP:
Run begins at 6:50. Pick up Star Barn Road, Gagnon Road, Aspen Road and Dufour Road. Main Street to corner of Main Street & 1st Avenue, Eleventh Avenue, corner of Dionne Street & Sixteenth Avenue, corner of Dionne Street & Nineteenth Avenue, corner of Dione Street & Twenty-First Avenue, corner of Dionne Street & Twenty- Second Avenue, Corner of Dionne Street & Lavoie Avenue, corner of Lavoie Avenue & Martin Street, 155 Twenty-Fifth Avenue, corner of Twenty-Sixth Avenue & Cannan Street, corner of Twenty-Sixth Avenue & Fox Street, Main Street by Shop n Save, corner of Twenty-Second Avenue & Fox Street, corner of Twenty-Second Avenue & Birch Street, corner of Birch Street & Twenty-First Avenue, corner of Twenty-First Avenue & Fox Street, corner of Fox Street & Nineteenth Avenue, corner of Fox Street & Eighteenth Avenue, corner of Fox Street & Sixteenth Avenue, corner of Sixteenth Avenue & Poplar Street, corner of Sixteenth Avenue & Main Street, corner of Main Street & Eighteenth Avenue, corner of Nineteenth Avenue & Pine Street, corner of Nineteenth Avenue & Cedar Street. Drop off at High School.
 
P.M. TRIP:
Eleventh Avenue, corner of Dionne Street & Sixteenth Avenue, corner of Dionne Street & Nineteenth Avenue, corner of Dione Street & Twenty-First Avenue, corner of Dionne Street & Twenty-Second Avenue, Corner of Dionne Street & Lavoie Avenue, corner of Lavoie Avenue & Martin Street, 155 Twenty-Fifth Avenue, corner of Twenty-Sixth Avenue & Cannan Street, corner of Twenty-Sixth Avenue & Fox Street, Main Street by Shop n Save, corner of Twenty-Second Avenue & Fox Street, corner of Twenty-Second Avenue & Birch Street, corner of Birch Street & Twenty- First Avenue, corner of Twenty-First Avenue & Fox Street, corner of Fox Street & Nineteenth Avenue, corner of Fox Street & Eighteenth Avenue, corner of Fox Street & Sixteenth Avenue, corner of Sixteenth Avenue & Poplar Street, corner of Sixteenth Avenue & Main Street, corner of Main Street & Eighteenth Avenue, corner of Nineteenth Avenue & Pine Street, corner of Nineteenth Avenue & Cedar Street., corner of Main Street & First Avenue, 586 Main Street, Dufour Road, Gagnon Road, Star Barn Road and Aspen Road.

School Meal Changes

posted Aug 15, 2019, 2:20 PM by Vincent Vanier   [ updated Aug 15, 2019, 2:21 PM ]

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We are so excited to announce that starting the 2019-2020 school year, all students who qualify for free AND reduced price meals will be able to eat school breakfast and lunch every single day AT NO CHARGE!!! School breakfast and lunch will be FREE for all qualifying students!  Families must complete a free & reduced meal application at the beginning of each school year. Please return them as soon as possible. lf you have any questions, you can email our Food Service Director Melanie Lagasse at mlagasse@vuesc.org.

Ford Drive 4UR School Event

posted Aug 14, 2019, 11:32 AM by Vincent Vanier   [ updated Aug 14, 2019, 11:35 AM ]

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The Ford Drive 4UR School event is being held this Friday, August 14th from 10AM to 4PM in the Madawaska Middle/High School parking lot.  If people take a pre-survey, take a test drive, then do a post-survey our athletic boosters will receive a $20 donation from Ford Motor Company and Pelletier Motors.  

If people do not do the survey before and after the test drive, the boosters will not receive the donation.  There will be devices available to take the surveys at the event.  Please help the boosters fund raising efforts.  They are trying to raise money for new uniforms for several teams this season, and we need your help.
You may take the pre-survey at https://d4ur.com/#/pre/BWDX8 Sign up to support a good cause and we'll see you at the event!

Books for Bikes

posted Jul 11, 2019, 12:12 PM by Vincent Vanier   [ updated Jul 11, 2019, 12:16 PM ]

bikes for books
Before school ended, members of the Fort Kent Masonic Lodge #209 were on hand to promote their Books for Bikes program.  During the school year, students participated in the reading incentive program.  Students filled out a form with the books that they read during the year.  This year's program focused on 4th-grade students at Madawaska Elementary School.  This year the bike winners were Damien Bridges, Aiden Gagnon, Alexis Berube, and Madison Ecker.  For more photos of the presentation of the bikes and helmets, you can see them at https://photos.app.goo.gl/55ixtdbEJBiFaGSk6

Bikes for Books

Valley Unified Informational Meetings

posted Jul 9, 2019, 1:07 PM by Vincent Vanier   [ updated Jul 9, 2019, 1:08 PM ]

VUESC info meetins
The Valley Unified Board of Directors and Administrative Team are committed to educating the public regarding the proposed Regional, Comprehensive Educational Facility for the St. John Valley. For this purpose, the following education and informational meetings have been scheduled for public participation and feedback.  See the attached document for dates and times.

Annual Asbestos Notification to Parents, Students & Staff

posted Jun 24, 2019, 4:56 AM by Paul Chasse


Pesticide Application Notice 6-28-2019

posted Jun 24, 2019, 4:54 AM by Paul Chasse


Walkthrough of MES

posted Jun 7, 2019, 7:45 AM by Vincent Vanier

Walkthrough of MES

Here's a YouTube video of students doing a walkthrough of Madawaska Elementary School this morning.  The graduates were warmly greeted by the students.  Yes, it's graduation day!

Mulching Project

posted Jun 6, 2019, 5:59 AM by Vincent Vanier

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Mr. Tom Gerard, a Health and Physical Education teacher at Madawaska Middle High School, led 8th-grade students in continuing a previous physical education project of planting trees at the Four Seasons. At the request of Colin Jandreau, Gerard was asked to mulch the trees to encourage growth. Students enjoyed getting out in the nice conditions and contributing to their community.

2019 Special Olympics

posted Jun 6, 2019, 5:37 AM by Vincent Vanier

Special OlympicsThe Aroostook County 2019 Special Olympics games had been canceled due to inclement weather. So, the Madawaska School Department held their own Olympics on May 16. Knowing how important these events are to the participants, Whitney Bouchard and Tom Gerard, teachers at MMHS, created their own Special Olympics. The event consisted of six events: Long and Broad Jump, 50 and 100-yard Dashes, Softball Throw, and Frisbee Toss. 

To kick-off events, Kamilah Cyr escorted participants into the gymnasium while members of the Pride of Madawaska band played the National Anthem. Students, faculty and family members cheered on Dez Ackley, Cody Boyd, Kamilah Cyr, Keedan Dalgo, Jacob Demoranville, and Alex Silva. 

During the closing ceremony, U.S. Border Patrol Officers Desjardins, Guerrette, Theriault, and Thibodeau awarded each athlete with medals and Customs and Border Patrol gifts.

Pictured L to R:
Jacob Demoranville, Keedan Dalgo, Alex Silva, Dea Ackley, Kamilah Cyr, Cody Boyd
Officers Desjardins, Thibodeau, Theriault and Guerrette

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