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Student Artist of the Week October 4 Jaimze
Student Artist of the Week October 11 Gracious
Student Artist of the Week October 18 Eric Brown


















If you have visited FMS recently you will see lots of dots around the school. That's because we've been creating artworks inspired by The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds. I'd like to thank Mrs. Pomerleau for getting excited about this book and helping me to remember what a great message it has. In some classes after we created one big "dot", students experimented  with Pointillism, or making a picture using only dots! Some students really got into this assignment, but one was particularly excited about his work. This student experimented with different sizes, colors, and (as far as I know) is the only student who gave his work a title. That is why as this weeks Artist of the Week is Eric Brown and his art work entitled "Eric Brown Presents: Dot-mania!" Nice work Eric.

Letter to Parents & Guardians from Superintendent Manuel RSU1
Hannaford Helps Schools Hannaford
Notice of Public Hearing for the New MHS-BRCTC RSU1
OPEN HOUSE September 12, 5:00-6:00pm Open House

Fisher Mitchell Open House is September 12, 5:00-6:00pm.

Please note the time change.

We would like encourage our families to attend the MHS-BRCTC Building Project Presentation & Straw Poll Vote at 6:00pm at Bath Middle School.

Student Handbook Handbook
MHS-BRCTC Building Project Presentation & Straw Poll Vote Sept 12th RSU1
Meet the Lenovo N23 Yoga Chromebook for student use Lenovo N23 Yoga ChromeBook for Education
First Day of School, 2017! RSU1
RSU1 Budget Validation Referendum June 13, 2017 Vote
RSU1 Regional Budget Meeting Annual Budget Meeting
MHS-BRCTC Building Project Community Presentation and Straw Poll Vote April 11, 2017 RSU1
BMS named MEEA's 2016 School of the Year BMS Sign
Come Help Us Design the Next Morse High - BRCTC! Morse M
RSU1 Awarded AP District Honor Roll for U.S. and Canada! RSU1
KICK OFF THE NEW 826! M for Morse
Parent Teacher Conferences November 21st and 22nd Elementary school student and parent meeting with a teacher