Support OTHS Field Hockey, and get a clean car! Win, win.
5th Grade Parent Information Night
Interested in summer school for your upcoming 6th, 7th, or 8th grade child?
Interested in learning or improving your field hockey skills? Here is a bargain opportunity with our OTHS coach!
It's finally, really spring! The weather is getting warmer, and kids want to drink water. Please send a water bottle for your child to keep at school. Thank you!
Looking for a great summer opportunity for your kids? Here it is!
OTHS Project Graduation Online Auction! https://www.32auctions.com/OTHSPROJGRAD2022
Play ball! Our softball and baseball seasons started last night. Softball was home.
The LMS School Store is open. Looking for LMS or Old Town gear? Check out the link: https://leonardmsspiritwear-2.itemorder.com/shop/sale/
For her Curriculum Fair project, Ruby Whitmore explored why people don't report abuse. She started with women's rights, broadened to human rights, and then focused on this question. Check out her answers. They are fascinating.
8th Grade Families: First Old Town High School registration! Wednesday, April 13, 6:00 P.M. Sign up to get the link.
If you know anyone ages 8-15 interested in spending a week this summer fishing, kayaking, canoeing, shooting .22 rifles, and having much more outdoor fun, think about the Maine Youth Fish and Game Association (MYFGA) Summer Camp. Health Form https://docs.google.com/document/d/19gz7YN2CBxfYdVxhjwLz9nUOE9_kEv0jhbSgI3b_iuM/edit Camp Application https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NciEkPp7RhnyylTCJ7nuJSIjq2wVriS8ytYvwPWHARA/edit
Mrs. Mauger worked with her students to prepare Blessing Bags for local shelters. Today they shopped for needed items, using money they raised.
We are so proud of our 7th graders and their performance of the Lion King! Many thanks to all at OTES who kept their pandemic promise to these performers.
School and Student Safety Late yesterday afternoon, we were informed of a possible threat to the safety of our schools. We IMMEDIATELY initiated an investigation. In cooperation with the Old Town Police Department, we determined that a comment overheard by a student was perceived as a safety threat. The student did what we ask students to do, “If you see or hear something, say something.” Fortunately, there was no criminal or credible threat to the safety of our students. Nonetheless, the comment was perceived as a threat and as such, will be dealt with administratively. RSU#34 maintains our high-level commitment to the safety and well-being of all students and staff.
Congratulations to Meredith Cyr! She was one of the 5 winners at the State Invention Convention, with her Rainy Day Hammock.
Meet our new principal! Delaney Terrill took over the role (or at least the desk and chair) on Wednesday afternoon.
The Satellite Afterschool Club is off to an exciting start! Students from all three grades have joined together in Mrs. Zabierek’s room to learn new technology and communication skills that will help them to build a cube satellite. The cube satellite will be part of the suborbital payload of a rocket launch this fall in Maine. In the past two weeks of the club, students have practiced 3D printing, Tinkercad design, sensor programming, virtual reality experimentation, and team building with paint prints. This club will meet until June and will showcase their work at a celebration event at the Challenger Learning Center.
High School Registration Information for current LMS eighth graders
PTC Meeting tonight, March 9th from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Meet via zoom: https://networkmaine.zoom.us/j/82400911586