MDIHS CHALK TALK
September 26, 2022
We've reached the last week of September and Parent(Guardian)/Teacher Conferences are right around the corner.
Parent (Guardian)/Teacher Conferences are scheduled for the first week in October. The link to schedule your conferences is included in the "Parent Information" section of this newsletter.
2022-2023 Parent Information
MDIRSS / AOS#91 COVID Update and Reminders 2022 - 2023 - An Update from Our Superintendent
Please review this two-page COVID update message from our Superintendent. His message is based on the recent changes in guidance from the CDC. All staff are encouraged to be up to date on their COVID vaccines and be sure to get boosted when the new modified booster is available. It is well documented that vaccination protects us from severe diseases resulting from COVID infection. He is also working with the MDI Hospital and Healthy Acadia to promote COVID vaccination for all eligible students and adults.
NOTICE: Civil Rights Team will be meeting in room 106 during Flextime on Thur, Sept 29.
Family and Consumer Sciences teacher Jennifer Crandall wishes to thank the following community members for taking the time out of their busy schedules to meet with her Farm to Table class: Rose and Renee at Bar Harbor Farm, Fiona and Max from Hollander and DeKoning mussel farm, and April at Peggy Rockefeller Farm. These folks work hard to bring fresh food to the local community and the class has the opportunity to cook with those products. The class wouldn't exist without their generosity.
Clubs & Organizations
FINAL WEEK TO APPLY!
APPLICATION DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 30
MDIHS Student Board Representative Application, 2022-23
Come join the Math Team!
We are super low-key, low time commitment, and have so much fun! Look for Math Team as a FlexTime option or see Mrs. Moore in room 208 or email Mrs. Moore at email@example.com for more information.
INFORMATION from the MDIHS Cafeteria
Guidance Office News
FAQs from the Main Office
Welcome to MDIHS!
Message from the School Nurse
DEADLINE to APPLY has been extended to: OCTOBER 5!
The Maine DOE is especially interested in having perspectives from students with a variety of diverse experiences, interests, cultures, and backgrounds, representing both traditional and nontraditional education pathways.
There are 16-20 seats that are currently open for students in grades 4 – 12 and first year of college. The newly selected members will serve for a term of two years, starting in October.
How to Apply:
Students interested in serving on the Maine DOE Student Cabinet will need to submit the electronic application by October 5, 2022. Applications can be submitted electronically here.