Mid-Coast School Notebook: March 4

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First Little Free Library to open in Topsham

Eight students at Williams Cone are designing and building a Little Free Library  with parents and a builder from Treutel Construction at the elementary school. The Little Free Library, which is the first in Topsham, will be introduced by Principal Randa Rineer Wednesday, March 16, during a Read-A-Thon for the entire school.

The philosophy behind Little Free Library is promoting the love of books and encourage reading in children. The concept of “read a book, leave a book, share a book” began in Hudson, Wisconsin, in December 2009 by Todd Bol, who started the idea as a tribute to his mother, a teacher and bibliophile. For more information see www.littlefreelibrary.org.

BHS posts honor rolls

The following Brunswick High School students achieved academic excellence and earned a place on the second quarter honor roll.

Grade 9

High Honors

Benjamin Baumgarte, Erin Coughlin, Cameron Daly, Parker Eckert, Logan Gillis, Aiden Glover, Daniel Lyons, Lucas Mitchell, Alexandra Morse, Abigail Parke, Harriet Peabody, Eliza Rudalevige, Lea Scrapchansky, Christopher Tucker.

Grade 9

Honors

Haley Alexander, Mikaela Aschbrenner, Madison Bailey, Zoe Battle, William Callahan, William Curtis, Nicholas DaRosa, Benjamin Donsbach, Jacob Doring, Emma Dorr, Ryan Duffy, Ashley Farmer, Joshua Flanagan, Johnnie Folsom, Daniel Fournier, Hannah Goldstein, Ainsley Harrower, Calla Hladky, Natalia Jimenez, Rachel Johnson, Lily Kimball Watras, Anna Kousky, Elizabeth Labbe, Michael McCrum, Brynn McQuaid, Tristan Merrill, Aidan Mitchell, Tyler Nadeau, Emma Parke, Connor Pendergast, Rachel Poulton, Sarah Poutree, Nursultan Rosen, Alex Studebaker, Shea Sullivan, Nathan Tardif, Jack Tishkevich, Matthew Yost.

Grade 10

High Honors

Josephine Adolf, Maeve Arthur, Holly Black, Ethan Boll, Maxwell Burtis, Jennifer Doiron, Lily Gaffney, Abigail Gauthier, Zachary Grant, Cordelia Horch, Claire Johnson, Kayla Meggison, Fiona O’Carroll, Isabella Pols, Kyra Teboe, Elina Woolever.

Grade 10

Honor Roll

Ashley Alexander, Tessa Alexander, Piper Atkins, Adam Benoit, Tianna Bernier, Sophie Blair, Forrest Blankenship, Camryn Boucher, Erin Bradstreet, Isak Carney, Ross Clayton, Emily Coffin, Aidan Crawford, Haile Cummings, Jackson Cyr, Adam Daigle, Hannah Day, Alyssa Demanche, Alexander DeMars, Kirah Despres Bowman, Michael Deveaux, Enehila Diaz, Henry Doherty, Luke Dolley, Seamus Flanagan, Martha Foushee, Raphael Foye, Max Friedman, Galen Gaze, Max Gramins, Luke Guernelli, Isaac Hatridge, Dawson Hebert, Brian Hess, Hollie Imperato, Angel Jimenez, Bailey Jones, Kyle Kapocius, Kathleen Koval, Julia Krutal, William Labbe, Zoe Launer, John Lienert, Paige MacKinnon, Lily Mateus, Yosef Mathis, Cameron Niven, RyLee Ramsey, Caleb Rand, Mariah Richards, Anna Rider, Kayla Rose, Alexander Small, Ashley Smith, Cassandra Smith, Evan Smith, Brin Stricklett, Frances Stuart, Madison Thompson.

Grade 11

High Honors

Julia Baumgarte, Hannah Escoe, Jacob Guerrette, Amy Hogan, John Parker, Victoria Stevens, Keturah Stinson, Caitlin Tycz, Anna Webster, Finnegan Woodruff

Grade 11

Honors

Faith Allen Harris, Marlee Anderson, Gianna Barnhart, Isaac Boll, Sullivan Boyd, Caleb Braddick, Destiny Bromiley, Charats Burch, Alexandra Burns, Aaron Carlton, Melissa Clough, Caleb Cost, Emily Cowan, Jesse Devereaux, Margaret Dickinson, Joshua Dorr, Elena Dugal, Alyssa Dunton, Sarah Ferdinand, Connor Flotten, Macy Giunti, Jackson Gordon, Alek Grimes, Lauren Grocholl, Evan Guernelli, Chad Hopkins, Timothy Humphrey, Cameron Johnson, Dasol Kim, Heather Kinee, Eric Kirk, Katharine Kunhardt, Erin Marc-Aurele, Emma Miller, Cameron Monaghan, Lily Munro, Dina Murphy, Christopher Nicholson, Sawyer Nicholson, Corrinna Owens, Nicole Pelletier, Shelby Plourde, Cassandra Ridge, Sabrina Robshaw, Julia Rutherford, Aidan Sachs, Michaela Smith, Timothy St. Pierre, Kiley Tupper, Olu Vaughan, Nicholas White, Adele Wise, Kira Wolpow, Taylor Worthington.

Grade 12

High Honors

Alicia Armstrong, Joseph Armstrong, Emma Blair, Molly Blaisdell, Joshua Clark, Lane Couture, Anna Deck, Quentin Defreitas, Justin Faulkner, Connor Foushee, Lily Gardiner, Amelia Hawley, Elizabeth Lavergne, Shane Lyons, Maya Manzanero-Lopez, Lena Martin, Aaron Nadell, Emma Nagler, Enoch Nicholson, Owen Rudalevige, Morgan Sciacca, Tiffany Tanner, Emma van Kampen.

Grade 12

Honors

Raghad Abuzant, Quinn Alexander, Jenna Bailey, Dante Baskett, Britni Beaulieu, William Bessey, Emily Black, Kimberly Brown, Adams Carney, Cleo Carrera, Julia Casey, Tessa Cassidy, Novak Chen, Beronica Cole, Elizabeth Day, Emily Deneen, Matthew Deveaux, Gillian Doehring, Adrienne Dolley, Benjamin Farrell, Heather Goan, Nicholas Goldstein, Molly Gramins, Nathan Granholm, Chase Gregory, Thomas Hanson, Elias Henze, Cole Hillis, Cedric Hipkins, David Holt, Noah Imperato, Aerin Johnson, Alexander Know, Noah Koenig, Natasha Koucoules, Alexander Larson, Aiden Lentz, Eloise Lienert, Benjamin Lord, Marina MacKinnon, Margaret McKenna, Skyler McKinney, Caroline Nickerson, Travis Opp, Abigail Powell, Sini M Rautiainen, Autumn Richardson, Ellen Rowe, Nate Samson, Olivia Sanduleac, Olivia Schafer, Jannings Souza, Alexandria Stevenson, Helen Sturm, Sarah Sulzberger, Celeste Thibeault, Nicholas Tucker, Jordan Van Savage, Keenan Welzel, Anna Wilson, Madeline Wilson, Alexis Wyman, Valeriya Yastreba, Emi Yoshida.

Open house will showcase health care careers

Mid Coast–Parkview Health will hold its annual Healthcare Career Day 8:30-11:30 a.m. Wednesday, March 23, at Mid Coast Hospital, 123 Medical Center Drive, Brunswick. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore many careers, including nursing, pharmacy, laboratory, diagnostic imaging, rehabilitation and physician practices.

Students and parents in the mid-coast area may obtain more information about Healthcare Career Day from guidance counselors and/or principals, who have received details about the day’s program.

Participants will have the opportunity to talk with staff throughout Mid Coast–Parkview Health, including Mid Coast Hospital, Mid Coast Medical Group, Mid Coast Senior Health Center and CHANS Home Health Care. The staff will discuss the educational requirements of their job and what it entails. Students will be given a tour of Mid Coast Hospital, where they will learn about the hospital environment and view special equipment and technology used.

Calling all upcoming kindergartners

Kindergarten registration in S.A.D. 75 for the 2016-17 school year will be held Monday through Friday, March 7 through 25 for those who live in Harpswell and Topsham. Parents of children who will turn 5 on or before Oct. 15 should call their local school to make an appointment: Harpswell Community School, 729-5177; Topsham, east of Route 201 (Main Street) Williams-Cone School, 725-4391; Topsham, west of Route 201, Woodside Elementary School, 725-1243.

Residents must have proof of residency, a birth certificate, proof of immunization, and custody documentation (if applicable) at registration. Forms may be downloaded and printed at http://www.link75.org.

Topsham grad joins Navy

Michael Schuman of Topsham graduated summa cum laude from University of Maine in December. He works for TechPlace in Brunswick and plans to attend Officer Candidate School with the Navy this fall.

Girl Scout Day at State House

Brunswick resident Sarah Poutree participated in Girl Scout Day in the Legislature on Feb. 16, when Girl Scouts from around the state visited the State House to meet with legislators, observe the Senate and House sessions, and were recognized by a joint resolution.

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