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Come join us at the Scholastic Book Fair, held in the Middle/High School Library from Friday, March 7th through Friday, March 14th. Students will be coming with their classes throughout the day, and the fair will be open until 2:30 pm daily.
A special "Family Event" will be held on Friday, March 7th, from 2:30-4:30 pm. Raffle prizes will be given.
Our Middle School Writers group students are working to finish their pieces for publication of our second literary magazine, The Millis Mohawk Magazine. The group meets this week to set the date for their presentation. Thank you to all the students who have worked so hard with Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Divver to share this creative endeavor!
The Middle School Book Groups met in December at the Public Library from watch the movie of the book, "Pictures of Hollis Wood" by Patricia Reilly Giff. A dozen students and staff enjoyed this event.
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!
Just in time for holiday reading, our December issue of The Mohawk Post has arrived! Please enjoy, and if you are interested in contributing something to the paper, connect with our editorial staff!
Thanks to everyone who wrote, collated and helped with this issue!
Christine Gillis and Maggie Xenidis, Co-Editors
Mr. Carter & Mrs. Divver, Co-Advisors
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 staff is pleased to post our first issue of the year. We hope you find it informative and entertaining. New members are always welcome. This year's Senior Co-Editors are Maggie Xenidis and Christine Gillis, and the year promises to be a good one! We have conferences and dinners planned... come hear all about it at a meeting.
If you would like to be part of the Mohawk Post staff, please join us on "B" days AND "G" days in the library! The meetings will be during both first and second lunches.
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!