Senior Reception for Class of 2013 will be held May 11, 2013 at Maine Maritime Museum from 7 - 10 pm.
"In 1692 a handful of girls in their "silly seasons" danced in the woods. As a result of that shin-dig, over 60 people were hung by the neck until dead. In 1953 Arthur Miller wrote of those silly girls (and others) in a play that would test the conscience of a small village and a large nation. On this 60th anniversary of The Crucible, join the Morse High Drama Family on Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, May 16th, 17th and 18th at 7pm in the Montgomery Theater as we explore why after over 300 years (and after one of America's (before America!) darkest chapters) we are reminded that when you cut the rug with the horned one, you might wish to leave it off your dance card. $10 General Admission, $5 Students and Seniors
For students, there is no more important summer activity than reading. Developing good summer reading routines not only helps prevent “summerslide,” but helps students learn that reading and talking about books are enjoyable activities outside of school.