Cody Laweryson was recognized by the Maine House of
Representatives and Maine Senate as Central Maine Morning Sentinel Basketball
Athlete of the Year. He was awarded a
certificate at the Honors night.
Honors night was held at Valley May 5, 2016. It was well attended and 44 of our 51
students received recognition for honor roll or an A average.
Kennebec Studies class worked with Bob Henderson of the Old
Canada Road Historical Society to preview the Historic Tour of Moscow. Students saw ovens made by Italian laborers,
early farms, and locations of workers of Wyman Dam in 1928-31.
Several regular volunteers have helped to establish
distribution of Good Shepherd food donations.
They include Carol Sue Hill, Robert and Rose Marie Henderson, Bayla Beane,
& Gloria Jean Shaw. Thanks to Lori
Conway for her leadership with this program.
Books for Bikes are a program at Moscow where students
receive a ticket for each book they read.
It is sponsored by our local Masonic Keystone Lodge #60. Each ticket goes into a container for each
grade level for a drawing for a bike.
The more books a student reads the more tickets in the drawing. Each grade level has two bikes, a boy’s and
girl’s bike. The PreK bikes were donated
by Jeremy White so each grade at Moscow would have two bikes. The drawing will be held Friday May 13 at
Moscow Music & Art program will be held May 18 @ 6:00 at
Moscow students in grade 2, 3, & 4 will travel to
University of Maine Friday May 6 to visit the Planetarium.
Quimby School will travel to Cole’s Museum on Friday May
27. This is part of the agreement with
Cole’s for their donation of musical instruments, and a Smart board in Quimby’s
Quimby’s Music and Art program will be held May 25 at
7:00. The 7:00 start is because of an
athletic game conflict.
Congratulations to Jordan Belanger Valedictorian of the
Class of 2016! Jordan plans to attend
University of Maine with a major in engineering. Also, Congratulations to Collin Miller,
Salutatorian of the Class of 2016. Collin
plans to Join the US Navy following graduation.
World Language student will travel to Quebec City Friday May
6, 2016. The group will be led by Joe
Garbowski, French and German instructor at Valley. The trip includes a visit to Laval
University, and the old section of the city.
Students will leave at 7:30 and expect to return at 8:00. Seventeen students and chaperones will be