We hope you join us!
Want to be involved in our Bring-a-Vet to Dinner event at MMS on December 1st? Please consider donating a dessert. The dinner is to honor our community's veterans. Thank you so much for your attention and participation. - MMS Student Council https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0545a4af29a4f85-desserts1
Click below for our November Family Newsletter! https://www.smore.com/x5vwm
Please consider supporting MMS children in need this holiday season with our MMS Giving Tree: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/34H8Y1E8B3GO5?ref_=wl_share
MMS' Bring-a-Vet to Dinner event is coming right up on 12/1. RSVP today! https://bringavettodinner.rsvpify.com/
Tickets are on sale for the MMS fall play, The Wacky Horror Cyber Show. Join us on November 18th- 20th!
We hope to see you at MMS' Bring-a-Vet to Dinner, sponsored by the MMS Student Council. See the flyer for more information and RSVP at: https://bringavettodinner.rsvpify.com
Tooth Protectors provided care to 22- students at their last visit to MMS. Have questions about preventative dental care? Contact a RSU 57 school nurse!
A few more of our awesome MHS Drama volunteers. Thanks to MHS Director Cat Leavitt for supporting our event!
Our carnival featured a preview of our fall play, The Rocky Horror Cyber Show, which will be on November 18-20th. Hope to see you there. (Plus, here are some other cute trick-or-treat table photos!)
Our downstairs was transformed into Boo Alley, Witch Way, Zombie Lane, (dreaded!) Clown Corner, and even a Halloween fashion show!
Thank you to all of our MHS Drama volunteers for running all of our crafts, games, and the Halloween dance!
20-families sponsored a trick-or-treat table—we provided the candy, they provided the amazingly creative decor and Halloween hospitality!
Halloween Carnival 2022 was a huge success! An amazing 1,153 of you joined us at MMS for the festivities. Tremendous thanks go to Cyrena Nielsen and Bailey Daigle, MMS Drama Directors, for their vision and creativity in creating the event and the days spent seeing it through. Thank you to our MMS Drama Club student actors, our MHS Drama volunteers, our dozens of parent and staff volunteers, RSU 57 facilities and support staff, and everyone who, with their time or donation, made this event possible. Our platform has a 4-photo limit, so we'll be sharing a series of photo posts from the event!
Friday was Mix It Up Day at MMS! From mismatched clothes for Spirit Week to welcome tunnels and music upon arrival at school; a “mix it up” advisory lesson to “mixed up” seats by birth month at lunches today—it was a fun way to practice empathy and acceptance. Staff ate and joined in as the tables chatted about their answers to ice breaker questions and Mrs. Tremblay emceed the lunches. A fun Friday indeed! Our thanks to MMS School Counselors Jenn Landez, Julie Pagano, and Jess Tremblay, as well as all of our student ambassadors for organizing the day!
A huge thank you to the MMS community for a wonderful first dance! We estimate almost 450 middle schoolers danced and snacked away the afternoon together. Thank you to our 25+ staff chaperones; the Bryant family and friends for coordinating, baking and selling concessions; MMS parent Jon Campbell for the professional deejay treatment; Cyrena Nielsen for the decorations; and of course, our parents for the support. What a fun day!
4 days until the Halloween Carnival at MMS! It's a free, family event for kids of all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult to attend, so we hope to see the whole family.
Maine’s Student Mock Election is democracy in action at MMS today. Thank you to our student poll volunteers and to Ms. Lucas for organizing this fun event.
MMS Drama students who are currently involved in The Wacky Horror Cyber Show enjoyed a trip to see The Addams Family at Schoolhouse Arts Center in Standish on Sunday. They had a spooky, kooky, and all together ooky time!
MMS Winter sports info is out! Sign up now for middle school basketball or winter cheering.