Substitute Teachers, Ed Techs, and Nurses needed!
SUBSTITUTES NEEDED: RSU 1 is looking for individuals to work with students at all levels as substitute Teachers, Nurses & Educational Technicians. Please visit our Substitute Information page to learn more: https://bit.ly/3BQgyDK
Opening day for Ping Pong Club!
Bath Book Bash will take place on Saturday, September 17! See the attachment for more details.
Veggie Van Wednesdays are back at the Bath Area Family YMCA! Our Veggie Van will be delivering free groceries each Wednesday to children and their families all throughout the school year – visiting locations in Bath, West Bath, Phippsburg, and Woolwich. Learn more and view the full schedule at https://bathymca.org/veggievan
Bus 46 (Woolwich/Arrowsic) will not be operating due to a staffing shortage. Bus #46 students K-12 will now ride Bus #36 effective this afternoon. Students may arrive 15-20 minutes later than normal today and be picked up a few minutes later in the morning as well. We hope this is a temporary situation and we will communicate any updates. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
A warm welcome to the Class of 2026!
NHS & KELT team up for a spring project!
Please come and support the AP Capstone and STEAM students. Starts at 4:30 in the Montgomery Theater before the Academic Awards Ceremony!
4:30 Isaac Ensel - The Impact of Documentaires on a Community
4:40 Atticus Simpson Brown - Analyzing Out of State Buyers in Sagadahoc County
4:50 Dylan Barr - Opioid Treatment Barriers in Sagadahoc County
5:00 Zoe Brush - The Emotional Effects of Songwriting on MHS Students
5:10 Natalie Emmerson - Perception of NASA in Southern Maine
5:20 Lily Clifford - Social Influences of Mask Wearing during the COVID-19 Pandemic
5:30 Magen Hagerthy - Acidity Level Changes at Popham Beach
Orlane Bognini hosted Morse’s first lunch and learn about her experience emigrating from Bacina Faso. 50 students and staff members attended!
Spring Music Concert info:
Bath Tech’s Culinary Arts students lending a hand in the cafeteria this morning. Thank you for your help!
On Tuesday, May 3rd, Morse will have a special guest at dismissal time: The organization Horses Over America will be in Bath and will bring their horse Hercules to Morse from 2:00 to 2:30. Hercules will be accompanied by an officer from the Bath Police Department. Look for Hercules outdoors at dismissal, he should be easy to find... he's really big!
With our current number of snow days, the final day of school should be Tuesday, June 21st. Given that Monday, 6/20, is a holiday and our final day is traditionally a half-day, we have decided to move our final half-day of school to Friday, June 17th. In order to do this, the district will make up instructional time by canceling the Late Start Wednesday schedules for May 25, June 1, June 8, and June 15th. Those four days will now be regular full days starting at the normal school time, not one hour later. In doing so we will be able to end our year with one last full week of school.
Does your student have an interest or passion for an extracurricular or supplemental program that is outside of our regular school funding? Could they use some fiscal support in pursuing that passion? Several Morse Alumni continue to support the 826 Enrichment Fund and it is now open for applications. Students are invited to apply from April 25th to May 8th: https://forms.gle/Y8vqNw8YXAqKwQBP9
This summer there will be a two week storytelling and podcasting program offered by the SALT Institute and Maine Maritime Museum. The program is available to rising sophomores, juniors and seniors, and funding assistance is available. The program runs from July 11th-22nd.