Mid-Coast School Notebook: May 28

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Haible earns student of
the month at Mt. Ararat

TOPSHAM — Renault “Noey” Haible, an 9th grader from Harpswell, was named the May Student of the Month at Mt. Ararat High School.

Math teacher Ms. Jan Crosson nominated Haible for consistently doing quality work and staying on task.

Area students complete
anti-drinking project

TOPSHAM — Students from the Mt. Ararat Student Leadership Advocacy Committee, Communities Against Substance Abuse, and the Topsham Police Department came together to complete an underage drinking prevention project called Project Sticker Shock.

The groups placed orange stickers on packages of beer and wine coolers at Michaud’s Market and Gibbs on Main St. in Topsham to warn buyers of the penalties of providing alcohol to minors.

Penalties for illegally providing alcohol to minors include fines of up to $2000, jail sentences of up to 12 months, and potentially being sued for property damage, bodily injury or death caused by the liquor consumption.

The community outreach project was taken on by the students in time for prom and graduation season.


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MVR Ten auto technology students Brian Ricker of Bowdoin and Spencer Reed of Durham placed first in state in the written exam and second overall in troubleshooting at the Ford/AAA State competition held at Central Maine Community College. Ricker and Reed accumulated $25,000 in scholarships. Pictured with the trophies, from left, are Brian Ricker,  instructor David Giroux, and Spencer Reed.