We would like to take a moment to introduce our KHS senior class of 2022! Earlier this year the seniors received their class sweatshirts and they were very happy with the outcome of the designs. Starting on the far left of the picture is Mollie Goodman, Rose Gould, Mekayla Baldwin., Ethan Jordan, Christain Mutu, Victoria Lau, Vanessa Tapley, and Emily Byer. Unfortunately with Region II and all the different schedules we were not able to get all students pictured, those who are missing are, Bradley Bailey, Erick Cummings, Damien Horton, Justin Hurlbert, Nikita Keim, Emily Lane, DaQuan Lindsey, and Dominic Prise.
over 2 years ago, Shelley Lane
Over the last two weeks, our KHS students have been working on their mid-terms. In Mr. Bridgham’s environmental science class kids were asked to make a poster illustrating the food web and covering the change in energy in tropic levels. Kids were given the creative freedom to choose where in the world they wanted to focus their food species on, some chose tropical rainforest while others had rivers or mountains.
over 2 years ago, Shelley Lane
This past weekend three young ladies from KHS took a weekend excursion to Boston on a college touring trip, with kids from six other schools across northern Maine. This trip was packed full of fun and educational things to do and see, some of which included, touring two colleges, seeing a Boston Celtics game at TD gardens, visiting the New England Aquarium, getting to eat at Quincy Market, and many more exciting things. We are so glad our students had the opportunity to experience this trip, and we want to thank our TRIO teacher Ken for planning this trip. TRIO is a federal outreach program aimed to support students and provide services as they make their way into college and careers.
over 2 years ago, Shelley Lane
The Bio 100 students dissected dogfish sharks as part of the lab portion of their class. The students located organs and learned about that anatomy of this organism. Hands on , real world learning at KMHS!
over 2 years ago, Shelley Lane
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Bio 100 students were asked to dissect a fetal pig for their midterm exam. They labeled organs and blood vessels and then compared the anatomy of the pig to that of a human. An example of a comparison might be the number of lobes of a human liver compared to that of the fetal pig.
over 2 years ago, Shelley Lane
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Teachers at KMHS a spent the afternoon learning more about ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences). We learned that one in four students have 4 or more barriers to participating or attending to their own education. This training helps staff understand some of these barriers and what it may look like in students. Thanks to the KMHS Leadership Team who put on the training today. Thanks to Penny and Kathy who fed everyone homemade soups and chowder along with sandwiches. Thanks to Mrs. Rush who keeps us pointed in a healthy direction. Each day we spend together talking, learning and planning benefits your students and we appreciate this time.
over 2 years ago, Shelley Lane
Miss Birmingham's first grade students spent time outdoors learning more about sound, a part of their science curriculum. The list pictured here are their responses to the question, "What are sounds of silence in nature?" #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong
over 2 years ago, Marie Robinson
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High school drama class enjoyed time in the auditorium today as they acted out improv creativity. This was a comedy improv titled Hitchhiker. Students were seated in rows like on a bus. One student acted like a hitchhiker and put their thumb out for a ride. The hitchhiker was the the strong character and each student took a turn. There were lots of laughter and colorful dialogue. FUN
over 2 years ago, Shelley Lane
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Outdoor Fun in PreK~ #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong #outdoorlearning
over 2 years ago, Marie Robinson
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Reminder - This Wednesday, 1/26 is an Early Release Day for students - 11:15 dismissal~ #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong
over 2 years ago, Marie Robinson
Katahdin Schools Weekly Update~ https://5il.co/14mah
over 2 years ago, Marie Robinson
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Update from Katahdin Schools~ https://5il.co/14fye
over 2 years ago, Marie Robinson
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Katahdin Schools Update~ https://5il.co/14fu3
over 2 years ago, Marie Robinson
Katahdin Schools Weekly Update~ https://5il.co/14d22
over 2 years ago, Marie Robinson
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Grade 4 students work on tree identification during our first Adventure Friday of the school year! Thanks to Friends of Katahdin Woods & Waters and Education Director, Kala Rush, for continuing this partnership with KES~ #wearekatahdin #katahdinstrong #outdoorlearning
over 2 years ago, Marie Robinson
Adventure Friday
Adventure Friday
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Katahdin Schools Update~ https://5il.co/14c9t
over 2 years ago, Marie Robinson
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Please see the attached agenda for the school committee meeting on Thursday, January 20, 2022. Please contact me with any questions. https://5il.co/14c7e
over 2 years ago, Heather Hale
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Please see the attached job opportunities for the 2021-2022 school year. As always we are continually looking for substitutes and spare bus drivers as well. https://5il.co/14byx https://5il.co/14byz https://5il.co/14bz2
over 2 years ago, Heather Hale
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Please share your thoughts on the survey below. Thank you! https://forms.gle/488DGqitifuXcGaE9
over 2 years ago, Marie Robinson
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Going Along with the last post about Cougar Fest, here are the awesome class members who volunteered to help work on their classes house while their classmates cheered them on from the stand!
over 2 years ago, Shelley Lane