Summer Academy learning about layers of soil and conducting an archeological at Katahdin Woods & Waters National Park~ #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong
The following press release explains RSU 89's summer nutrition program and the guidelines we will follow including times and locations. If you have any questions please email Denise Tapley at email@example.com. or you can call the school at 207-365-4285 and ask for Denise Tapley, Food Service Director, RSU 89. Thank you.
Thank you to our community who so generously gave scholarships to our seniors. The total amount of scholarships given out this year was over $40,000. Thank you again!
Annual Senior Walk through the Katahdin Elementary School~ Congratulations to Katahdin High School's Class of 2022! #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong
Be sure to vote on our school budget today! #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong
Grade 5 End of Year Auction~ Decision making, communication and negotiation skills at work! #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong
There will be a school committee meeting on Thursday, June 16th at 5 pm at the KES cafeteria.
Current position opening at Katahdin Schools: 2022-23 School Year: PK-8 Phys. Ed, Health and Outdoor Ed Teacher
June 10th is the last day of school~ Students are dismissed at 11:15. Have a wonderful summer!
Weight Lifting/Aerobic Room at KMHS will be open this summer starting June 13. The program will be Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8am-11-am. the fee is $50. Hours can be flexible if needed. If Interested please contact Lisa Rush.
Shaun and Bill McAvoy will be hosting a Basket ball camp for grades 2-6 at KES from June 27-July 1. This is a free clinic sponsored by the summer school program. Out of district students are welcome. For more information contact Lisa Rush or Gail Pocock.
Current position openings at Katahdin Schools: 2022-23 School Year Elementary 5th grade teacher Varsity boys high school basketball coach
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Kindergarten Word Work~ #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong
May 31st Good Afternoon from KMHS! Here are a few updates. Grade 8 students need to bring pictures in for the end of year video. Without your pictures ….there is no video. Senior students have marching practice beginning on Thursday, June 2nd. Senior breakfast is Friday, June 3 put on by Mrs. Morse and Ms. Kasian. Thank you ladies. Grades 8 & 9 are going to Fun Town on Saturday, June 4th. Permission slips need to be in the office. Baccalaureate is Sunday, June 5th at 2PM. Everyone is welcome to join us. Seniors are climbing Mt. Chase on Monday, June 6th. Please turn permission slips into the office. Grade 8 students will be helping us with step up day on Tuesday, June 7th as next years new 6th graders tour the building and meet the staff. Grades 6-8 are going to the Bog Walk on Wednesday, June 8th. Permission slips need to be in the office. Grades 6-8 will receive academic awards on Thursday, June 9th at 8:45……you are welcome to join us in the gym. Field day will follow awards. Students are welcome to bring a change of clothes. Good luck to all the ball teams as we finish up our season! Sam Boone is the overall winner of this year’s STEM fair. Other winners (tied for 2nd place) are Zach Lane. Emma Schmidt, and Fiona Ammerman. This is the last Weekly announcement. IF you have any questions please call the office. The last day of school is Friday, June 10 with dismissal at 11:15. If this automated voice messed up names or words , my apologies. I have no voice today. Have a great summer and we look forward to hearing about your adventures in the fall. Stay safe and enjoy Maine!! Thanks Shelley
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Annual Hooked on Fishing Trip for students in grades 3 & 5 - June 1st.
Nikita , last but not least , actually was the very first senior to present this year. Her oral presentation was spot on and her demonstration was very informative . She has attended Region and plans to use the skills she learns there as part of her career.
Makayla was able to put together evidence to share and complete this requirement with only one year at KHS. She seems to love life as is evident in her slide presentation where she showed off her photography skills. Rose walked right through this presentation with clarity and confidence! We learned she is a hotel manager and thrill ride operator … who knew!!!??
Molly connected her evidence with personal experiences and research. Powerful presentation! Emily connected her Region experiences in Law Enforcement with her classroom evidence then read the Miranda Rights.