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Searsport Baseball wins its third golden glove in a row

posted Jun 18, 2017, 4:08 PM by Marianne DeRaps

Vikings Baseball Moves Forward

posted Jun 13, 2017, 4:38 AM by Brian Richards   [ updated Jun 13, 2017, 5:31 AM ]

Baseball News from Mr. Williamson:

Our baseball team finished first in the South D baseball Heal points. Our first playoff game was with Valley who we beat handily. Next we played Buckfield and after a very shaky first inning we settled down and also beat them by the mercy rule. Our next opponent will be #2 Richmond. It seems as though our way forward in sports is always to beat Richmond. We have played them in soccer, basketball, softball and baseball. We have won some and they have won some. We will meet them Tuesday, June 13th  at 6:30 at St Joes College, a field familiar to both teams.  

Go Vikings in the quest for number 3!

Link to Village Soup on SDHS Graduation 2017

posted Jun 9, 2017, 9:18 AM by Marianne DeRaps

See the article on Village Soup on Graduation 2017   

Searsport Students Partner with the University of Maine

posted May 25, 2017, 10:59 AM by Marianne DeRaps   [ updated May 25, 2017, 11:03 AM ]

All of our High School Science students participated in our clam study.  Students set boxes at Sears Island and Stockton Springs.  They will go back int he fall to collect their finding.  Check out this article from the Republican Journal!

Save the Date! 7th Grade Social Studies Exhibition at the Penobscot Marine Museum’s Merithew House

posted May 24, 2017, 6:07 AM by Susan Capwell   [ updated May 26, 2017, 6:20 AM ]

Kim Laplant’s 7th Grade social studies class is taking their study of Maine history hyper local, with a project-based unit called the “Meaning of Penobscot Bay.” Students are working in groups to answer the driving question, “What role does Penobscot Bay play in the lives of individuals and communities?”, examining the past and present impact of the Bay. As they pursue their research, they are thinking about what the future of the region might hold and analyzing various aspects of the history, economy, geography, and arts and culture of the Penobscot Bay region.

Students examine paintings at the PMM

With the Penobscot Marine Museum only a short walk away, students have been able to take advantage of the rich history right in their backyard. They have already had a guided tour and research session at the Museum’s Merithew House, where they learned more about the history and economics of the Bay, and spent time examining the design of the different museum exhibits.

With support of Technology Integrator Susan Capwell and the school’s STEAM Lab makerspace, students will be crafting multimedia exhibits that will present their answers to the driving question. Exhibits will include physical objects, digital presentations, interactive elements, and explanatory text that will convey their group’s understandings of how the Bay has shaped people and communities in the region.

Most excitingly, the culminating exhibition will be held in the Merithew House at Penobscot Marine Museum on Thursday, June 15th, from 6-7pm, and is open to the public.

Searsport District High School partners with UMaine for Softshell Clam Population Study

posted May 15, 2017, 11:22 AM by Marianne DeRaps   [ updated May 15, 2017, 11:30 AM by Susan Capwell ]

Screenshot of WABI 5 interview.Students from SDHS are working Dr. Beal of UMaine on a softshell clam population study. Recently, SDHS Science teachers Michelle Colbry and Dawn Staples-Knox spoke with WABI 5 News about this great opportunity. See the interview here.

Congratulations to Chris Goosman - Waldo County Teacher of the Year

posted May 11, 2017, 11:06 AM by Brian Richards

Spring Concert

posted May 8, 2017, 6:23 AM by Marianne DeRaps

Come see our Spring Concert on Wednesday, May 10th at 6:00 PM.

Come see the Snow White Variety Show!

posted Apr 4, 2017, 9:10 AM by Susan Capwell

SES and SDMS are presenting The Snow White Variety Show this weekend, April 7th & 8th, at 6:30pm. Adults are $5, students are $3. All proceeds benefit the RSU 20 Afterschool program. 

Pioneer Drama describes the show this way: "All the fun of just about every TV-show genre you can imagine is jam-packed into this wild and fast-paced comedy!  Your audience becomes the live studio audience on a talk show, Real Talk with Fairytale Legends, where the seven dwarves tell the story of Snow White as the Fairytale Players bring it to life.  As each new dwarf takes a turn telling part of Snow White’s famous story in his or her own unique voice, the players’ re-enactment shifts to match the style and personality of that particular dwarf.  At any given moment, the story can be anything — romance, comedy, home improvement show, suspense, Western, epic poetry, mystery, cooking show, stand-up routine, or blockbuster action movie!" 

One Act Play on the news!! Click on the link below.

posted Mar 22, 2017, 8:56 AM by Marianne DeRaps   [ updated Mar 22, 2017, 9:33 AM by Susan Capwell ]

https://www.facebook.com/sdhstheater/videos/1344315542299647/SDHS's entry in the State One Act Competition, "The Cost of a Drive", was featured on ABC news! Follow this link to see footage of the play, and interviews with student playwright MacKenzie Philbrick and Theatre Program director Chris Goosman. 

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