St. Michael School, while partnering with
parents and community, creating a sense of mutual respect, compassion and practice and model strong faith through community activism provides opportunities for students to embrace a rigorous program of studies and We realize that by embracing individual differences and understanding, we will instill in all students, an enthusiasm for learning and a realization of their Christ-guided place in the world.
Listen as Principal Galati gives parents
summer learning tips for their children in this
"Community Minute" on Presence Radio Network!
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Civic Oration Speech Contest Winners!
Twelve St. Michael School students competed in this year's Civic Oration Speech Contest yesterday sponsored by Modern Woodmen of America...five 8th graders, five 7th graders and two 6th graders. The topic was "The Importance of Healthy Living". Judges had their work cut out for them as all students did a terrific job! Ultimately, three winners were chosen and all three are eligible to compete in the county level speech contest held on April 29 in Waterville. Congratulations to our winners and to all of our speech contestants on a job well done!
LIVING STATIONS OF THE CROSS
As in the past, our 8th grade students performed the Living Stations of the Cross under the guidance of Ms. Maria Beaudoin. Three productions were given at two of our St. Michael Parish churches, St. Francis in Winthrop and St. Mary in Augusta.
In the spirit of State Championship
Weekend for Maine high school basketball, students from St. Michael School in Augusta, Holy Cross Catholic School in South Portland, St. John's Catholic School in Brunswick and All Saints Catholic School ...in Bangor participated in a Catholic School Basketball Tournament at St. Michael School on Saturday, March 1st.
“A few of us came up with the idea of our schools playing basketball against one another,” said Joseph Gallant, principal of All Saints Catholic School. “If this goes well, our plan is to have all of the diocesan schools play next year. To our knowledge, it has been a very long time since Catholic schools in the Diocese of Portland have done this.”
The double-elimination tournament consisted of two 10-minute period games. With Catholic school bragging rights on the line, the St. Michael School boys AND girls both won the championship! WAY TO GO SMS!!!!
CONGRATULATIONS to all of the teams that participated! Every team played hard and played well. We look forward to next year!