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PORTLAND — Parents of Lyman Moore Middle School students are invited to a meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1, in the library to give input about the search for Moore’s next principal. The meeting will provide an opportunity for parents to discuss the characteristics they would like to see in a new principal and their priorities for the position.
PORTLAND — The following students were placed on honor roll for the first trimester: Ibrahim Al-Musawi, Emmy Averywitham, Caitlin Conley, Mary Dzik, Maya Eng, Liam Fowler, Eda French, Rachel Glover, Kimberly Henry, Abdirahman Ismail, Camille Kirongozi, Noah Libby, Carlo Macomber, Elise Martin, Sasha McClure, Jacob Moody, Emily Mooney, Esther Ndikumwenamwe, Paige Pelzer, Ethan Pierce, Nathan Red, Emily Rogan, Mackenzie Semba, Delaney Shea, Ben Tero, Benjamin Weatherhead, Ahmed Adnan, Ibrahim Al-Musawi, Emmy AveryWitham, Eben Baker, Fiona Cagney, Caitlin Conley, Eliza D’Anieri, Kayleigh Doten, Samantha Dunnigan, Mary Dzik, Maya Eng, Liam Fowler, Eda French, Rachel Glover, Sahra Hassan, Noor Ibrahim, Abdirahman Ismail, Camille Kirongozi, Savannah Labrecque, Noah Libby, Carlo Macomber, Elise Martin, Sasha McClure, Azari Minter, Emily Mooney, Esther Ndikumwenamwe, Paige Pelzer, Ethan Pierce, Zachery Russell, Mackenzie Semba, Delaney Shea, Debrekah Simms, Oriana Smith, Isabel Szatkowski, Ben Tero, Patricia Wani, Benjamin Weatherhead, Andrew Weeks, Darious Zagon, Ethan Pierce and Zachery Russell.
PORTLAND — Breccia, the literary magazine produced by students at Deering High School, recently won an “excellent” rating from the National Council of Teachers of English.
Breccia was one of 391 literary journals nationwide evaluated by the council for student excellence. Only one other Maine literary magazine, produced at Noble High School in North Berwick, received an “excellent” rating.
Breccia is published every spring and features art, poems, short stories and comic strips created by Deering students.