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Here is the latest High School Newspaper - The Mohawk Post!
Enjoy! Thank you all!
Thank you for your support during our recent Scholastic Book Fair. With your help, we were able to meet the totals of last year's fair, and will add more books and resources to our school library.
Many thanks go to the Chairperson, Christine McAuliffe, who organized the fair. Also, a huge thank you to all the volunteers who came and helped during the sale.
Congratulations to the hard work and dedication by our Middle School Writers group. These students proudly present our second literary magazine, The Millis Mohawk Magazine. Parents, Staff and students came to the "Showcase" on March 19th, to listen to the authors read their stories. We thank all the students who have worked so hard from November to March to create this project with Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Divver.
We hope you enjoy it!
The Middle School Book Groups will conclude their year of book discussions with a "Reader's Choice" program on Tuesday, April 15th, at the Millis Public Library. This program includes students in grades 5-8, and for the April event, each students suggested a favorite book that another student will read.
The Book Group will meet at the Public Library from 2:30-3:30 pm.
Check out these online newspaper links - a new addition! Are you researching a project? Looking for a magazine or newspaper article? Want to browse eBooks? Check out these resources available for the MS/HS Library! All free - and now available from your home, too!
Thanks to everyone who participated in the Barnes & Noble in Bellingham Book Fair! This fundraiser, in its seventh year, raises monies for both school libraries.
On Friday, November 8th, the Millis Middle/High School hosted “Team Hoyt”. This father-son team began running marathons in 1977, with Dick Hoyt pushing his son, Rick, in a wheelchair.
The Mohawk Post Newspaper Senior Co-Editors are Maggie Xenidis and Christine Gillis, and the year has been productive.
Please browse our recent issues.
Join the staff on B or G day lunches in the library and help plan for next year's newspaper!
Mr. Carter & Mrs. Divver, Co-Advisors
Thanks to a group of dedicated and energic middle school students, the first "Millis Mohawk Magazine" arrived in April. A literary magazine with selections from eleven students in grades 5-8, this booklet represents weeks of writing, editing and meeting in the library. The group, under the direction of Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Divver, was formed from the students interest in writing. They have been excited about this and we are very proud of all their efforts!