March 2013

Calais High School

Quinn Sluzenski

 

Last week, Calais High School students participated in two very important events- the annual Polar Bear Dip and the SkillsUSA Skill and Leadership Championships for the state of Maine.  In both cases, they went above and beyond expectations and proudly represented Calais.

Calais Police Report

Sara Willette, 53, of Calais was arrested 3/9/13 on North Street for O.U.I.

Nathan Burse, 33, of Eastport was summonsed 2/14/13 at Shop n Save for theft.

Nathan Burse, 33, of Eastport was summonsed 3/7/13 on South Street for O.A.S.

PAWS Needs to Speak With Community Cat Caregivers

This little tyke, the runt of the litter, was found in a tree stump with his mother and four siblings.  Unable to compete for mother’s milk, Chuckie nearly died from a severe upper respiratory infection.  He was bottle fed in foster care, after which he was happily adopted and renamed Jockamo (see his latest antics on PAWS Humane Society Facebook).

Calais Rec. Notes

 

Adult Co-ed Dodgeball!

All games are played at the Rec Center on Wednesday nights. Open to the public.

6:00 Ben vs. Dreams

7:00 Beau vs. Dodgey Style

8:00 Toby vs. Irene

Women’s Basketball League

Calais

Sharon Frost

454-3339

 

St. Patrick’s Day March 17th

The Romans used cabbage to help many medical conditions, from insomnia to heart disease.

Spring begins on March 20th.

Cooper

Arline Flood

454-3347

 The Select board meeting on March 7th was a working meeting. There is much to be accomplished before the annual town meeting on March 25th.

The Dragon’s Den

Camille Howard & 

Kylee Caruso 

 

This week was crazy and adventurous for the students at Woodland Junior Senior High School. We’ve had everything from dissections to conventions. So let’s get out our shovels and dig into this week’s news.

Meddybemps

 

Linda Baniszeski

LBaniszeski@

myfairpoint.net

 

It would be so nice to see some green peeking out from under the snow in time for the “wearing of the green” on St. Patrick’s Day. 

Maybe we’ll see some in time for April 17.  

Indian Township

Geri Reynolds

796-2362

 

Indian Township School teachers and aides took advantage of the time change and jumped ahead with a staff workshop on Monday, March 11, while students gained a day to adjust to this time of year.

Edmunds School News

Priscilla Hobart

726-0636

 

Mr. Ross, Upper School ELA: Grades 7/8 have begun their guided reading of The Pearl by John Steinbeck, a novella written as a parable in 1947 based on a Mexican folktale.

This week we read and examined chapters two and three.

The Calais Drama Club

The Calais Drama Club returned from the One-Act Festival with commendations to Kristen Champagne for acting and David Townsend for Sound.

Picture from left to right are:  Thomas Champagne, David Townsend, Kristen Champagne, Glenda Francis, Brooke Smith and Trent Stevens, cast and crew of Final Placement. Submitted by Ann Skriletz, Drama Club Advisor.

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