Marshwood Middle School Students Honor Vets

By John Doyle jdoyle@seacoastonline.com Nov 2, 2018    For all 77 photos got to: photoshttp://www.seacoastonline.com/news/20181102/marshwood-students-honor-vets ELIOT, Maine — Marshwood Middle School Principal Anthony Bourbon took some time to express his feelings about the American flag on Friday at the school’s annual Veterans Day assembly.                  “Sometimes this flag is hated,” Bourbon…

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Marshwood Middle School’s Sixth Grade Participated in a Social Science Simulation this Week.

Marshwood Middle School’s Sixth Grade Participated in a Social Science Simulation this Week.    At Marshwood Middle School, sixth graders worked as social scientists to make discoveries about the past.  The students acted as archaeologists, anthropologists and historians as they moved through stations exploring cave paintings and  ancient artifacts. Students then…

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Marshwood Middle School has been selected to represent one of the nine superintendent regions of the state

News from Art Studio 219   @Marshwood Middle School Each year the Maine Arts Commission and the Department of Education recognize student artists with the Maine Excellence in Arts Education celebration and exhibit. Marshwood Middle School has been selected to represent one of the nine superintendent regions of the state. To celebrate…

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BUS STOP NEWS from MSAD #35 Transportation

Starting in 2019-2020 school year, Bus Runs will only be available through the Parent iPortal Link on the Transportation Department Page located on the MSAD #35 website under the Departments tab, click on Transportation http://www.rsu35.org/transportation-department/. Parents are invited to visit the Parent iPortal this year and enter their residential address to…

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On November 2, 2018, Marshwood Middle School will host their 18th annual Veterans Day Celebration.

    The school wide assembly, which starts at 9:00 a.m., features various student tributes to our local veterans. Most of the veterans are parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and friends of our students and staff. Local first responders and various dignitaries, including state representatives, local politicians, and school board members, attend our…

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