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New Openings at MMHS

posted Sep 25, 2018, 7:53 AM by Vincent Vanier

Due to the significant increase in the number of students enrolled since the start of the school year, the Madawaska School Department is looking to fill two new positions immediately.  If you know someone who has the required qualifications or who could be conditionally certified, please encourage them to fill out an application online at  The Special Education Teacher position is for a classroom facilitator at Madawaska Middle/High School.  The Ed. Tech. position is a school year position working at Madawaska Middle/High School as well.   We look forward to getting these positions filled as soon as possible.

Annual Asbestos Notification

posted Sep 17, 2018, 5:10 AM by Vincent Vanier

In compliance with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) in May 1989, we performed inspections of our school buildings for asbestos-containing building materials. The inspection findings and the required asbestos management plans are on file at the office of the Principal, at the Madawaska Middle/High School.

 The EPA requires all schools (K through 12) to perform re-inspections of the asbestos materials every three years. On August 7, 2018 a State Certified, licensed inspector performed these inspections. The results were reviewed by an accredited management planner and recommendations were made to continue to safely manage each asbestos material remaining in our buildings.

In accordance with AHERA regulations any remaining asbestos containing materials in the school buildings are checked on a six-month surveillance program. These materials remain in good condition and we will continue to manage them in place as recommended by the accredited management planner. 

The results of the inspection and removal work are on file in the management plan in the office of the Principal, 135 7th Avenue, Madawaska, ME. These documents are available for viewing during normal school hours (8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.). The Asbestos Program Manager, Paul Chasse, is available to answer any questions you may have about asbestos in our buildings at (207) 728-3371, ext. 2409 or via e-mail at

Bus Runs

posted Sep 4, 2018, 1:09 PM by Vincent Vanier

The new bus runs for both schools and all grade levels has been released.  You can download the PDF file listing each bus run below.  This schedule will add the elementary students to all the runs as well as change some of the runs that happened while the middle/high students were in session.  Please make adjustments to meet the bus at the prescribed time and place.  Thanks.

ALICE Training Information

posted Sep 4, 2018, 10:19 AM by Vincent Vanier

ALICE training flyer
The Madawaska School Department will be holding an information session to explain to parents what steps our schools are taking to address the threat of potential violence in our schools.  Learn what your school is doing to prepare their staff and your children.  Learn about active shooter incidents, lockdowns and the proactive training called ALICE.  This session is for adults only.  We ask that students not attend.

School's Out

posted Jun 14, 2018, 10:51 AM by Vincent Vanier

school vacation
Schools are now on summer vacation.  To accommodate work being done on the systems, we will be turning off access to PowerSchool and MasteryConnect systems during the summer months.  Madawaska Middle/High School will resume on August 22nd, and Madawaska Elementary School will resume on September 6th.  Enjoy the summer and be safe!

MMHS Chicken BBQ Fundraiser

posted May 22, 2018, 10:07 AM by Vincent Vanier   [ updated May 22, 2018, 10:07 AM ]

Chicken bbqThe MMHS Junior Class is holding their annual Chicken BBQ on Sunday, May 27th from 10:30am to 12:15 pm at the Madawaska Fire Station.  Tickets being sold for $9.00.  Tickets can be purchased from any Junior, at the Madawaska Chamber of Commerce, or at the MMHS main office.  This annual fundraising event helps the students raise money needed for things their senior year.  Special thanks to the Madawaska Fire Department who help put on this event with the students every year!

Drive for your School

posted May 21, 2018, 12:14 PM by Vincent Vanier   [ updated May 22, 2018, 11:15 AM ]

It's no secret that school budgets are tight, often leaving various programs underfunded. In an effort to devise a creative, low-pressure fund-raising opportunity, Ford launched the Drive 4 UR School test-drive program in 2007. Ford offers a $20 donation for each valid test-drive, up to $6,000 total*, which can be used for sports, booster clubs, music programs and the many other miscellaneous expenses associated with running a school.  
The MMHS athletic booster club will be holding a Ford Drive for your School event to raise money.  This will take place Saturday May 26th from 9:00-2:00 at the Madawaska Multi Purpose building.  Come try a brand new car to help cure your spring fever!!!  Anyone wishing to save themselves some time may download the PDF document below and fill it out in advance.

Spelling Bee

posted Feb 28, 2018, 11:37 AM by Vincent Vanier   [ updated Feb 28, 2018, 11:51 AM ]

Two seventh grade students came out on top of Tuesday’s spelling bee at Madawaska Middle/High School.  Taylor Pelletier won the bee, successfully spelling “millinery,” according to MMHS teacher Matt Rossignol.  Hailey Blanchette was the runner-up.

Both students advanced to The County spelling bee held at Fox Auditorium on the campus of the University of Maine at Fort Kent, on Feb. 8th.  Taylor Pelletier then won that competition and will represent Aroostook County at the state spelling bee, with a chance to go to nationals in Washington, D.C.

A total of 13 students from grades six, seven and eight participated in Madawaska’s spelling bee this year. Along with Rossignol, fellow teachers Bonny Tingley, Cai Bouley, and Connie Vanier organized the event. The two judges this year were Vincent Vanier, the department’s technology coordinator, and MMHS teacher Whitney Bouchard. Taylor Pelletier then went on to become the Aroostook County Spelling Bee Champion and will be representing us at the state spelling bee on March 24th in Portland.

Geo Bee Champ

posted Feb 1, 2018, 7:44 AM by Vincent Vanier

On 01GeoBee/30/18 Madawaska School Department completed their 30th annual National Geographic Bee competition and 7th grader Cole McCraith was crowned the champion. After winning MSD's bee, Cole was administered an online test and hopefully will qualify for the state competition at the University of Maine at Farmington later this spring. Cole was MSD's winner last year and he and his family traveled to U.M. at Farmington to compete against 99 other students for the Maine National Geographic title. Cole is ready to go again and told his dad, Sean, that he wants to win MSD's Geography bee next year too so they can travel to Farmington again to compete. Good luck Cole.

Harlem Rockets Fundraiser

posted Jan 11, 2018, 5:00 AM by Vincent Vanier   [ updated Jan 11, 2018, 5:01 AM ]

Rockets flyer
The MMHS Project Grad 2018 fundraiser featuring the Harlem Rockets is back on and scheduled for Saturday, March 16th at 7:00pm.  Tickets purchased for the event that was previously canceled will be honored at the door.  
  • Adult Tickets - $8 
  • Student/Senior Citizen Ticket - $6 
  • Children 3 and under FREE! 
Tickets are available at Shop-n-Save and Bob's Service Center or from your Favorite Class Of 2018 Senior! Come support our students and enjoy an evening of fun and laughter!!

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