Tennis - Practice @ SPHS Courts (2:30 bus). Parent pick up
Field Hockey - Practice @ Wainwright (2:30 bus to practice and 4:30 return bus to Mahoney) - Parent pick up.
Girls Soccer - Games @ Windham (2:30 bus) 7th grade-3:30, 8th grade 4:45 start times.
Boys Soccer - Home Games. 7th grade-3:30, 8th grade 4:45 start times.
Cross Country - Meet at Lyman Moore (2:30 bus) 3:30 meet start time.
R.O.L.E. (Rippleffect Outdoor Leadership Education) - The ROLE program is offered to 7th and 8th grade students from Maine middle schools and is designed to develop leadership, confidence, awareness and interpersonal skills through outdoor adventure programming. The ROLE program consists of 4, 2.5 hour after-school sessions, a long weekend to Cow Island and a culminating graduation ceremony. This program will have three offerings throughout the year, for this Fall session at Mahoney we will take the first 14 students who return the filled out paperwork. On this paperwork students can sign up for the current or for future sessions. For more information please have your student pick up a packet in the main office or click here.
Would you like to set up a lunch account for your student? Does your student need more money on his/her account? Head to myschoolbucks.com to take care of this!
Mahoney's Flu Clinic is October 18th at 10:00. Click here for more information and click here for the form to fill out to have your child get a flu shot at school. The completed form can be turned in to the main office at any time prior to the date of the clinic. Please contact Mahoney's school nurse, Jen Hayward, with any questions.
Student Morning Announcements:
The Drama Club will be meeting today in the auditorium at 2:30.
Students, the cafeteria is open for breakfast everyday until 7:50. Please know that only those that are eating breakfast should be in the cafeteria at this time.
Do you have an idea? A question? A passion? Have you ever thought about coding your own game? Creating your own comic book? Learning more about a topic you’re passionate about? The Mahoney Idea Lab may be the place for you. During the first session, Idea Lab will meet during period 7 on even days. If you’re interested in developing an Idea Lab project, talk to Ms. Gartley in the library.
Civil Rights will have a meeting on Thursday at 7:15 in room 111 for 7th and 8th graders. This is to plan for the Civil Rights Conference you will attend in a few weeks. 6th graders, hang in there, regular meetings will begin soon!
Students: Please take care when riding your bikes and scooters on the green belt and on sidewalks. If there are walkers, you should walk your bike/scooter around the walkers and then get back on your bike. Walkers have the right a way on sidewalks and the greenbelt. Please represent Mahoney in a positive way!
7th and 8th grade Students, the first session of Rippleffect begins soon! Stop by the office to pick up information. We will be running 3 sessions this year. Are you up for the winter session?? There are only 14 slots available and the first session begins on October 26th.
Do you have a completed form for the Flu Clinic in the bottom of your backpack? If so, please bring it to the office.
Results for performance jazz will be posted this afternoon.
*Beginner Band runs on Mondays immediately after school in room 201. Please see Mrs. Barry if you need an instrument or have any questions. Please bring your instrument, music and book. See you today!
*District One 7 and 8 Honors Band audition materials are ready---come and get them! Practice sessions will be Tuesday after school and Wednesday morning before school. Please see Mrs. Barry if there are conflicts. The auditions are Wednesday October 26th--let’s get ready!
Cross Country has a meet at Lyman Moore.
Girls Soccer has games in Windham this afternoon and the boys will play home. 7th grade-3:30 and 8th grade 4:45
Please listen to the 1:35 announcements for your bus number to the away contests.
Field Hockey and Tennis will have practices as usual.
Quote of the day: Nothing will work unless you do!
Question of the day: Books or movies?