We the People Shine

This past weekend, April 26 & 27, the Marshwood We the People team competed in the national finals, finishing 1st in the Northeast division, which includes all of the New England states, NY, NJ, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland. Six teams of students gave testimony & responded to questions in 12 rounds of…

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Student Art Work at the Barn Gallery

Twenty-nine students exhibited thirty-seven works of art at the Barn Gallery, Ogunquit, on Friday, May 9th,10th and 11th.  They are:  Grade 12:  Emma Barker “Spot On”, “Block Print” and “Value Grid Drawing,” Andrew Bryant “Altered Ghost Print/Monotype,” Becky Hilton “Abstract,” KimHussey “Abstract,” Emily Osborne “Block Print,” Austin Schladenhauffen “Block Print.”  Grade 11:  Patrick Fallon “Value Grid Drawing,” AngelaLavigne “Abstract” and “Distorted Portrait,” Alex Nduaguibe “Value Grid Drawing,” Lydia St. Pierre “Block Print,” Dylan Russell “Value Grid…

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French Students Exceed National Expectations

 Marshwood High School French IV/V students and student volunteers from French II and French III participated in the 78th annual Grand Concours that was administered in late March. Le Grand Concours is a national competition sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French. Tests for the contest vary by level. Students were evaluated on their written,…

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Senior Completes Eagle Scout Project

Patrick Hourihan, class of 2014, decided to give back to his Elementary School when he decided to build bookcases for the Central School Library, as his Eagle Scout Project.  Great job!  Click here for the Central School Newsletter for pictures and more information: https://sites.google.com/a/rsu35.org/central-school-library/library-news-and-events  

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