📣Attention MHS students!📣 On Wednesday, September 20, swing by the Fishbowl directly after school to find your perfect dress or suit for the upcoming Homecoming Dance (October 14). Tons of options available!👗👔 Special thanks to our volunteers that have organized this drive!
Are you cleaning out your closet? Please consider donating your clean, gently-used formal and semi-formal dresses, suits, shoes and other accessories for upcoming school dances to a student at Morse. 👗 Items can be dropped off in the Main Office on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 6a-2p or 5-7p.
Summer office hours are Monday-Friday*, 6 AM to 2 PM. *Occassionally the office will be closed, please call 443-8250 opt 4 to verify.
Do you have a family member or friend who is unable to make it to graduation? The Morse graduation will be broadcasted via LiveStream on the Morse High School Youtube channel at: https://bit.ly/morseyoutube
FREE Rock Band Concert on Sunday, June 4 at 4pm at the Library Gazebo! 🎸🎤🥁
Did you happen to see these Shipbuilders and Destroyers at the Memorial Day Parade? This parade route is long and tough! The students make it look easy, but it is NOT. This parade takes preparation, focus, commitment, perseverance and cooperation - all of that in large doses. Great job by all!
Consider joining us for the Rock Band Concert on Sunday, June 4 at 4pm at the Library Gazebo!
On Friday, our ELO Students toured several businesses at the Brunswick Landing, the area is booming! We visited Avita, an assisted senior living facility and learned about their operations and jobs available. We also visited Harvest Maine, a company that works with local farmers buying their vegetables(some discarded) and turning it into a vegetable spread and then selling it to retail stores, example: broccomole. We also visited the Bath - Brunswick Chamber of Commerce to learn about their function within the community, as well as the Brunswick Career Center, learning about all their services. Lastly, all 3 high schools gathered at the outdoor area of Flight Deck Brewery to listen to encouraging words/messaging (and a pizza lunch!) about careers from Nate Wildes, Executive Director of Live and Work in Maine/Owner of Flight Deck Brewing. Cory King, Executive Director of the Chamber also addressed the students. It was a great day and quite beneficial for all students. The opportunity to Interact/network with local businesses leaders and area educators is so impactful! - Mr. Stinchcomb, ELO Coordinator
All this month, Morse students in grades 9, 10 and 11 have been getting their Chromebooks, chargers and carry cases inspected at the Helpdesk in the library. It’s important for students to have safe, working gear so next year starts off smoothly, and we call this inspection process “Chromebook check-in” for short. Would you help us out? Please check in with your student to make sure they’ve completed their check-in. If your student’s check-in is incomplete on Friday afternoon, their Chromebook will be locked until they bring the missing elements in for inspection.
Seniors! On May 18th from 5:00-6:00 PM in the Culinary Cafe Bath High School Alumni Association will kick off the end of your year events with the 70th annual Senior Tea. RSVP HERE: https://bit.ly/seniortea2023
Bowls of Promise. May 31 from 10:30a-5:30p.
Thank your school breakfast/lunch/and sometimes even dinner workers today! Thank you to our fabulous crew: Kindra, Terry, Kimi, Chady, Jennifer, and Barbara! Our school would not function properly without you! Thank you for everything you do for the students and staff.
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 until May 24! CLICK HERE TO APPLY: https://forms.gle/nwU3hn38rxD66M2G8
The Green Club invites students to check out the food fridge in the dining commons. This refrigerator is for unopened drinks and unpeeled oranges, bananas, and apples (which we recommend washing before eating). Students are encouraged to leave and/or take food from this location, whenever they are in need of it. This is one more step to reduce both food insecurity and needless food waste! ♻️ Morse Green Club
It takes a village to build a bright future for kids. Welcome to Our STEM City, where the magic of innovation is everywhere. With a rich 300+ year history of building state-of-the-art ships, Bath is turning into the biggest STEM classroom Maine has ever seen. This is not your typical STEM event. Experience virtual reality, cool maker spaces, lego robotics, animal science, 3D printing, and more. Free to everyone. Join us Thursday, April 6th, from 5-7 pm at Morse High School/Bath Tech.
The Unified Basketball banquet was held yesterday at Montsweag Restaurant. Student-athletics were recognized for their commitment and dedication to the program and each other. The athletes and their families celebrated with a special meal provided by Montsweag Restaurant.