KES students enjoying a sensory experience at recess - applying their creativity, critical thinking, collaboration and communication skills! #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong #learninghappenseverywhere
3 months ago, Marie Robinson
mud kitchen at recess
mud kitchen at recess
mud kitchen at recess
KES Families of students in grades PK-4 are invited to join our 22-23 schedule discussion tonight at 6pm. Link to the meeting: Marie Robinson is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: KES 22-23 Schedule Discussion Join Zoom Meeting https://us05web.zoom.us/j/9718918197?pwd=R2pLSk5BZ0k4dTN5amxvUENWQ0l0UT09 Meeting ID: 971 891 8197 Passcode: BQE6Y2
3 months ago, Marie Robinson
Katahdin Schools Weekly Update~ https://5il.co/1akjh
3 months ago, Marie Robinson
Update
Scholastic Book Fair May 16-20 at KES library~
3 months ago, Marie Robinson
Scholastic Book Fair
Please see the School Board agenda for May 19, 2022
3 months ago, Cheryl Anderson
Please see the School Board agenda for May 19, 2022
Students in the Oceanography class learned recently about the effects of various forms of marine pollution. They were asked to design a community relations poster or other media to persuade the public about the hazards of marine pollution.
3 months ago, Shelley Lane
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More pictures of HS with the art projects.
3 months ago, Shelley Lane
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High school students working on wraps and looms. Enjoy the sun, natural resources and learning something new. Thanks, Mrs. Lutz!
3 months ago, Shelley Lane
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Art project with middle school students with out long term sub, Mrs. Lutz. Great project using our natural resources and enjoying the spring sunshine.
3 months ago, Shelley Lane
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Part 2 The first image of the plast cast is a shoe print in sand, second is a boot print in the dirt, and third is a moose print in the dirt.
3 months ago, Shelley Lane
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In forensic science sometimes the only evidence left at a crime scene is trace evidence. Many times this evidence is in the form of an impression like tire tracks or footprints in the soil. Forensic scientists can create casts of these impressions and analyze them in the lab to identify type of tire/vehicle type or type of shoe, size of shoe, and estimated height of the individual. Students used their knowledge of casting impressions to make casts of their own shoe impressions in sand in the classroom, and also went in the woods around the school making casts of impressions left by animals.
3 months ago, Shelley Lane
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Weekly Update Katahdin Schools~ https://5il.co/1a37z
3 months ago, Marie Robinson
Update
Variety Show, part 4~ #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong
3 months ago, Marie Robinson
Variety Show
Variety Show
Variety Show
Variety Show, part 3~ #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong
3 months ago, Marie Robinson
Variety Show
Variety Show
Variety Show
Variety Show
Variety Show cont'd #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong
3 months ago, Marie Robinson
Variety Show
Variety Show
Variety Show
Variety Show
11th Annual Variety Show at KES~ A few highlights~ #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong
3 months ago, Marie Robinson
Variety Show
Variety Show
Variety Show
Variety Show
Family Trail Night, part 3~ #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong
3 months ago, Marie Robinson
Family Trail Night
Family Trail Night
Family Trail Night
Family Trail Night
Family Trail Night cont'd~ #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong
3 months ago, Marie Robinson
Family Trail Night
Family Trail Night
Family Trail Night
Family Trail Night
Family Trail Night~ #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong
3 months ago, Marie Robinson
Family Trail Night
Family Trail Night
Family Trail Night
Family Trail Night
***PUBLIC NOTICE*** Notice of Record Removal Special Education records of KMHS students born in 1995 will be destroyed starting 6/1/22. If a student born during this time desires these records, please contact Sue Brooks at 365-4272 prior to 6/1/22.
3 months ago, Heather Hale
Notice