Students from kindergarten to sixth grade attended the Tale of Princess Kaguya on April 24th at the UMFK Fox Auditorium. It was a production put on by the Theater at Monmouth. Both the Madawaska and Fort Kent PTO helped to bring this production to our area. Picture of the event can be viewed here
The Jump Rope for Heart event was held on April 13 in the MES gymnasium. Mr. Dan Cyr, the phys. ed teacher, organized the event. Students in grades 2-3 jumped in the morning and students in grades 4-6 jumped in the afternoon. They collected over $11,500 for the American Heart Association. Nicolas Poitras was the top money raiser, raising $1,700. Andre Theriault was the 2nd with $1,300. Photos of the event can be seen here
Fifth and sixth grade students attended the Health Fair in Fort Kent on April 12, 2017. Students went around to booths that educated them on all sorts of health related topics. They were able to do yoga, play basketball and soccer in a section of the gym. See photos here
Elementary students walked around the gym with blue glow sticks to Light it Up Blue for Autism Awareness Month today at the elementary school. Judy Bouchard said a few words to kick off the walk. She had a surprise for the school once the walk was done - a new Buddy Branch for the playground! Photos are here.
The middle school ski team had a great season! You can view all results and photos here
. See a recap of their season in this video
David Marsanskis, from Grand Lakes Hatchery, travelled to Madawaska to speak to the 5/6 grade students and to deliver about 450 salmon eggs to our mini hatchery. See photos here
Students recorded their second Little Owl Press Report on March 8th. They got a tour of the station after recording their news. See the newspaper here
. The online news reports and Channel 16 broadcast can be viewed here
Students in grades 3-4 went skating on Thursday, Feb. 9, and students in grades 5-6 went skating on Friday, Feb. 10, as part of their phys. ed. program with Mr. Dan Cyr, the phys. ed teacher. Click on this link
for the photos!
There was a middle school spelling bee held at the MMHS library on Thursday, January 27th at 1:00 PM. Four students from each of the grades, 6, 7 and 8 were in the final bee. Justin Pelletier was the winner, with Robbie Lausier the runner-up. Both are 8th graders. A 6th grader, Taylor Pelletier, came in 3rd place. See all photos here.
The 5th and 6th graders showed their holiday spirit when they shared their Christmas greeting - mannequin style. Click on the video to check it out!