Video of the "Time Capsule" October 2018 Students/Staff Signature Beam being set in place courtesy of Nick Dudley of AC Dudley General Contractors.

Time Capsule Beam

The beam is a major carrying beam (W21X44) in Section E Classroom Wing second story roof support and runs East - West on the 15B column line between North - South Columns BB & CB. Drawing SF101E.

This beam will span the roof between Classrooms currently depicted as E 214 and E 215 on Drawing A102E and will be visible in the future through the hung ceiling from either side of the adjacent classrooms.

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Project Updates
  • New Baseball Field Update The creation of a new baseball and multi-purpose field was one of the first visible signs that our Mt. Ararat High School project was underway.  Though we had originally hoped to be playing on them next spring, a lengthy process to reconstruct utility lines as well as a very poor growing season this summer have caused us to delay that for a year.  In the end, the grass did not grow to our satisfaction in time for play in the spring of 2019. Our intention has always been to have a field that is fantastic for our athletes, enjoyable for spectators, and an all around proud accomplishment of the district.  We’ll need a bit more time for all ...
    Posted Nov 1, 2018, 6:28 AM by Ryan Palmer
  • Construction Oversight at MTAHS Mt. Ararat High School Construction Project OversightBy Daniel Chuhta, Interim Superintendent A construction project this large requires the involvement of many individuals.  In regard to oversight, representation from the District (Interim Superintendent, Business Manager, Facilities Director, and the Building Committee Chairperson), PDT (the architectural firm), Arthur C. Dudley (the General Contractor), the Maine Department of Education, and the Clerk of the Works (hired by the Architect to be onsite daily) meets twice each month to review progress, discuss next steps, and address questions and/or concerns.  In addition, the District’s team meets every other week with representatives from PDT as well as the Clerk of the Works.Beyond the daily duties of the Clerk of the Works, regular ...
    Posted Sep 13, 2018, 7:08 AM by Ryan Palmer
  • MTA HS Construction Campus Updates Mt. Ararat High School Construction Campus UpdatesBy Donna Brunette, MTA Principal As many of you are aware, the high school construction project is underway.  Exciting! A great deal of work has been done since school ended in June. The contractors have been focused on site development throughout the summer with the roadway a priority, preparing all the ground systems such as water and power, drilling geothermal wells, and pouring the foundation for the new school.  The progress made has been amazing! If you haven’t been on campus, you will be stunned. Our main entry road, Eagle’s Way, has been closed for the summer, but has reopened.  Roadways, parking, and walking paths are all impacted by construction and ...
    Posted Sep 13, 2018, 7:02 AM by Ryan Palmer
  • Construction Under Way Construction of the new Mt. Ararat High School is now under way.  On May 31, 2018 the MSAD No. 75 Board of Directors approved entering into a construction contract with Arthur C. Dudley, Contractor/Builder, at a cost of $46,258,682.  This action followed a public bid opening for the project held on May 23, 2018, and a recommendation to approve the contract with Arthur Dudley from the Building Committee. With the current building boom some school districts are seeing the low bids for their construction projects come in significantly over budget.  While Arthur Dudley submitted the only bid for the Mt. Ararat Project, the bid came in on budget and the District will be able to move forward ...
    Posted Jun 26, 2018, 5:18 AM by Ryan Palmer
  • The Best Seat In the House Could Be Yours This is The Forum for cultivating student thought and learning, full of discussion and debate. This is the The Forum brimming with creative activities and shows all year. An appreciation and understanding of, and participation in both learning and in performing arts ... drama, music, and our schools and communities.For students of all ages, the forum provides a diverse, meaningful opportunity for student growth and success and promotes a community of fluent learners, critical thinkers and creative contributors to our society. The Forum provides a cultural beacon in the region, inviting the community at large to experience fine live performances, both amateur and professional. When you‘TAKE the BEST SEAT in the HOUSE, you support our mission ...
    Posted Jun 21, 2018, 5:25 AM by Ryan Palmer
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Meetings Calendar
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This is an exciting time in MSAD 75! 

Just recently, the residents of the district voted overwhelmingly to invest in building a new Mt. Ararat High School for the students of Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Harpswell and Topsham.

The new school will be a state-of-the art learning center for our students, with a modern, energy efficient building designed for 21st century learning. Hundreds of hours were spent to ensure longevity and the best return on our investment. This state/local partnership has been decades in the making and we are ready to get going. 
Our committee’s interest is in enhancing the student/community experience. 
We invite you to share in this exciting plan by supporting some of the most visible components of the project, which include:

  • Dugouts
  • Scoreboards for athletic fields
  • Indoor ropes course
  • Other additional unforeseen project costs approved by the building committee
  • and more....

Mt. Ararat will be a centerpiece for our four communities and draw people from all over. With plans to build top notch athletic facilities, the campus will be a high visibility zone. We’d appreciate an opportunity to tell you more about this exciting project, and all the levels of sponsorship possible in a variety of ways. 
Warm Regards,

MSAD 75 Naming Rights and Sponsorship Committee

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