Liam Madore (2)
Sophia Stanley (2)
Colby Sullivan (2)
Parents and students interested in buying a yearbook for the 2020-2021 school year, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also still have a few yearbooks from the 2019-2020 school year, if you missed the opportunity to buy one and would like to buy one email email@example.com. Due to Covid-19, we have 29 yearbooks left over, so we will sell those for $5.00 each.
Only 2 more Early Release Days left - Thursday, May 27 and Thursday, June 10. Dismissal will be at 11:20.
IMPORTANT: Thursday, June 3rd is a full day of school.
HABITS OF WORK AWARDS
May 17 - May 21
Monday, May 31, 2021, there will be no school in observance of Memorial Day! Enjoy the long weekend.
The Maine Department of Education (DOE) has been hosting information sessions with Maine physicians who are experts on COVID-19 vaccines and infectious diseases to help educate school populations about the COVID-19 vaccines available to school-aged youth.
The most recent session was held Tuesday, May 18th with Jennifer Jubulis, MD, a Pediatric Infectious Disease Physician at Maine Medical Center and Kyle Massey, PharmD, BCIDP, an Infectious Disease Pharmacist at Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center.
If you have updated fingerprints on file with the MDOE and you would like to substitute, please call 244-5502 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is the approved 2021-2022 School Calendar
Warmer weather means plenty of sunshine! Just a reminder to bring in sunscreen for your child if you feel they need it during recess. On a darker note, ticks are in full swing. Check or remind your child to check themselves regularly for ticks. If a tick is embedded into the skin, remove with fine pointed tweezers while grasping the tick as close to the skin as possible and pull straight up. Next, get the tick identified. Contact a physician immediately if symptoms develop. A list of symptoms and more information on ticks can be found at www.mainelyticks.com.
Reminder to Parents - We do not have anymore water bottles available for students, so please remember to pack a water bottle in your child's lunch box or backpack.
Glasses for sale, $5.00 each. Call 244-5502 to let us know if you want one.
After a year off, The MDI Girls Basketball Program is proud to announce we will be running our annual basketball camp again this year. Our camp will be from June 14-18 from 3:30-6:00 for all girls entering the 6th-9th grades. As we get closer to camp we may have some changes in restriction but as of right now MASKS will be Mandatory inside the gym. All the information is attached below, I hope to see you all there.
Ed Tech III/Coach
Mount Desert Island High School
2021 MDI Girls Summer Basketball Camp
June 14-18 3:30pm-6pm Girls Entering 6th - 9th Grade
Camp Features: Skill stations, Full court drills, Tournaments (5-on-5, 3-on-3, 1-on-1), Daily Competitions (Hot Shot, Free throws, 3-point, Skills challenges) The clinic will focus on fundamentals and defense. The emphasis will be on encouraging all players to develop a greater understanding of each aspect of the game of basketball. The goal is to develop players who are serious about basketball and to combine this knowledge with the hard work necessary to improve skill level. This camp is for everyone from beginners, to advanced players who want to become a better basketball player.
Camp Counselors: Current and former MDI Girls basketball players and coaches
What to bring: Basketball shoes/sneakers, t-shirt, athletic shorts, water, snacks.
I hereby authorize the staff at the MDI Girls Summer Basketball Camp to use their best judgment in any emergency requiring the use of local emergency facilities. I also certify that my child is physically able to participate in all activities and I assume all risks associated with participating in the program. I also fully understand that the MDI Girls Summer Basketball Camp does not provide medical insurance. Registration requires that a parent/guardian sign below, agreeing that in the case of an accident involving your child, he/she releases the camp, sponsors, counselors, and directors from any and all liability.
Parents -- Self Care is important! Remember the announcements on planes to put your own oxygen mask on before helping others? The stresses of the pandemic coupled with the stresses of parenting can make it so you forget to take care of YOU. Check out these Self Care Suggestions for Parents. You may want to review the list and select one or two to incorporate into your daily routines. You could add a self care practice to things you already do (e.g., with your cup of coffee). If you talk with someone else and share what you plan to do, you will be more likely to do it. Then you can check in about how it is going, review the list of suggestions, get and give encouragement, etc.
Bass Harbor Memorial Library Summer Arts and Nature Camp July 26 - 30, 2021 9am-noon ages 7 to 11
$25 to $100 sliding scale Click link for more details and to sign up
ATTENTION PARENTS - 2020-2021 UPDATED SCHOOL CALENDAR
Becoming active and involved in your child’s education, builds healthy children and a healthy community. A great way to do so, is by joining the Pemetic PTO. We strive to be an all inclusive and positive organization, committed to enhancing the lives of our students. If you’re interested in joining, you can find us at our Pemetic PTO Facebook page, or you can join our Google Group by emailing Ali Rockwell at email@example.com
MDI Community Response - A great, up-to-date site for all the latest Island resources and news related to COVID19.