Moscow School attended “The Icicle Princess” performance at Lakewood Theater. Moscow students enjoyed both the performance and the theater environment.
Grade 1 traveled to North Star Orchard to pick apples and tour the orchard.
The Good Shepherd Food bank has delivered produce, dry and canned food stuff to both Quimby and Moscow schools. The delivery is made to Quimby on the first Tuesday of the month and the Moscow delivery on the third Tuesday. Both the September and October deliveries have gone smoothly.
Flu shots were given to students and faculty on October 4. A total of 39 people received the flu shot; five Quimby students& one adult, , seven high school students & 4 adults, and 22 Moscow students & adults received the injection.
Moscow received a huge locally grown pumpkin for the school. Also, Moscow students plan to dress in Halloween costumes for the parade through the Nursing Home. In the afternoon of the Halloween Parade, Moscow Faculty have planned a school wide science experiment afternoon.
Priority School work has continued smoothly. Both recent workshop presenters on topics of use of data, and educational implications of poverty contributed to the selected Priority School Goals, and will assist faculty as they work to complete their targeted study.
Grades 9, 10 & 11 will take the PSAT test October 19, and grade 12 will visit Husson University and the University of Maine. The field trip with seniors is open to parents who wish to view opportunities at Husson and Maine.
Soccer season is finishing for high school and middle school teams. The middle school has a record of 3 wins and 4 losses with one game remaining in the season. High school teams are fighting for a playoff round in the MPA tournament.
Lisa Madsen has joined the MELMAC/Gear-up team as a parent volunteer.
The recent Valley Homecoming was well attended with nearly 40 high school students and some additional middle school students. Students enjoyed a hollow log bonfire, apples with carmel, cider, hot chocolate, and s’mores. Students also challenged each other with bean bag toss and fooseball games.
Seventeen students attended the college fair held recently at the University of Maine.
The school has partnered with the Bingham Recreational Department by sending students via bus to Tuesday and Thursday practices at Quimby School.
Bus drivers and administration have worked together to balance the student load on our daily bus runs. The adjustments which were adopted have worked well.