• Student Government 2019

    Check out our 2018-19 Student Government members! Claire Dwyer, Cassidy McCormack, Christian Dunlap, Dominic Jewell, Rocco Scott, and Silas Bartol

  • MLTI Student Conference 2019!

    On Thursday 5/23/19, our iTeam and technology students attended the MLTI (Maine Learning Technology Initiative) conference at the University of Maine at Orono.  Sessions included “Making Games...

  • MS Advisee Day Out

    On Friday, April 5, 2019, we had our Advisee Day Out! The 6th grade went to the Alfond Center for team building activities, 7th grade did their...

  • Projects in German Class

    Students in German UA were able to choose from a variety of activities on Fun Friday. They could draw a castle (of which we learned, there are...

  • EdCamp 207!

    EdCamp207, March 23, 2019: Amy Tucker, Mackenzie Kelley, and Tess Cote hosted an EdCamp at MCHS on Saturday. EdCamps are free, participant-driven, with educators learning with other educators....

Welcome to Maranacook Community Middle School!

Great News!

Maranacook Community Middle School Food Pantry / Boutique

Even with all the construction and activity at the Maranacook Campus this summer, the
Food Pantry and Boutique will be open this summer at Maranacook Middle School.
Signs will point the way. The Pantry and Boutique are open to all residents in RSU #38.

Days: Wednesdays
Time: 9 am to Noon
Dates: July 10, 17, 24, 31, August 7, 14

No forms. No questions. No hassles.

Thanks, Rich Garini!

Rich Garini ATC, CEAS, has served the athletes of RSU #38 for the past nine years. During his time here, he has treated injured athletes with skill and humor. His dedication to our athletes and community is unparalleled. We are grateful to him for his work, and he will be missed.
Rich will be passing the baton to Pat Norwood, Maranacook Grad, UMaine alum and fellow Athletic Trainer with Maine General Sports Medicine. Welcome, Pat!
Many thanks, Rich, for all you have done to keep our students healthy and ready to play!

ABS Maranacook Area Athletic & Recreation Expansion Projects

Second tier fundraising levels announced!  Be a part of a historic athletic & recreational expansion project and get your name proudly advertised throughout!

Keep up to date by visiting our ABS Website on 2nd Tier Fundraising!

READ ALL ABOUT IT AND LEND YOUR SUPPORT! Maranacook Area Athletic & Recreation Expansion

Learn more: 

Project Plans

ABS Athletic & Recreation Expansion Project Brochure


New Director of Student Services

Hello, my name is Brant Remington and I am both nervous and excited to be a part of the Maranacook community. I come here by way of Lewiston High School where I was a physical education teacher, and girl’s varsity soccer and lacrosse coach. Previous to Lewiston, I was a middle school math and science teacher for 15 years.  I have had a lot of experiences as a coach in many different sports, at many levels, and with both genders. I have coached boys and girls soccer, Nordic skiing, girls basketball, junior varsity baseball, girls lacrosse, and softball. I have also worked with student council, math team, and drama club.  

I was a coach here at Maranacook from 1998-2002. I was the boys JV soccer coach for two years and varsity for my last three. I also worked 5 years with the Nordic ski team as an assistant coach and trail groomer.

I live in Greene with my wife Tracy of 15 years and our 9-year-old son Brody. In my spare time, I like to ride my ATV and watch a lot of soccer. I grew up in the Bethel area and graduated from Telstar High School and received my teaching degree from the University of Maine at Farmington.

Many athletes and students like to call me “Rem”.
GO BEARS! @MaranacookAD

New Principal Welcome!

Dear MCMS Families,  

I hope you are all having a great summer!  I am writing to introduce myself as the new principal of Maranacook Community Middle School.

I grew up in New Hampshire, attended college at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, then spent some time working as a YMCA middle school program director in Massachusetts immediately after college. Some of you, with older children, may know me from the high school, where I have served as a school counselor, teacher, dean of students, and most recently, as the assistant principal. I have lived in the Kennebec Valley with my family for the past 11 years.  My children will be attending Wayne Elementary School in the fall.

Middle school is truly a unique time in our children's lives, where they go through the transition of being a “kid” to becoming a young adult. I am excited to have the opportunity to work with these students and all of you to help guide them through this time. The 2018-19 school year is going to be a year full of new learning and experiences for your child and I am excited to watch them grow!

I am looking forward to getting to know your children and being part of the MCMS community. I would love the opportunity to meet you and your family. Please feel free to call (or email) me at any time.  

Have a wonderful summer,

Kristen Levesque

“In order for adolescents to become caring, informed, and involved citizens, they must learn ways to: earn and show respect, develop a sense of belonging, and build a sense of personal self-worth. Adolescents must also be able to solve complex problems, use technical and analytical skills, adapt to rapid changes in society, and live respectfully in an increasingly diverse culture.”

Student Handbook

MCMS Student Handbook 18_19


Kajeet Mobile Smart Spots

The MS has 7 Kajeet Mobile Hot Spots that are available to be signed out to students who do not have access to the internet at home.  The Kajeet Hotspots are a great way to get homework done!  They have filters for internet content and shut off at 11 pm and turn back on again at 6 am!  You can sign them out in the Media Center. Learn more about Kajeet at http://www.kajeet.net/kajeet-smartspot.

Co-Curricular Information

*In order to participate in any co-curricular activity, student needs:

1. Co-curricular Contract & Emergency Card
(from the co-curricular handbook - handbooks are in the office)

2. Current physical on file in the MCMS Wellness Center
( physicals are good for 2 years from the date of the physical)

3. Proof of accident insurance.
(AIG student accident insurance plans info available in the office if you don't have insurance)

4. Be in good academic standing.

Reminder on Dropping off and/or Picking up students:

Parents dropping off or picking up students at Maranacook Community High School or Middle School are reminded that they should not enter the circle in front
of the schools between 7:30 and 8:00 AM and between 2:15 and 3:00 PM so that our buses can load and unload students and proceed with their routes. Thank you.

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Students are assigned a bus number at the start of the school year based on their home address. Bus seating is at capacity.
Bus passes (to ride a different bus) are only given out for emergency reasons (such as daycare) and require Parent & Transportation Office permission.

Students are not allowed to call home to make "After School Plans" - students are expected to bring "after school plan" notes to the office in the morning when they arrive at school.

Philosophy & Mission


In order for adolescents to become caring, informed, and involved citizens, they must learn ways to: earn and show respect, develop a sense of belonging, and build a sense of personal self worth. Adolescents must also be able to solve complex problems, use technical and analytical skills, adapt to rapid changes in society, and live respectfully in an increasingly diverse culture.


The Maranacook Community Middle School will guide students to make responsible decisions and develop the knowledge, skills, and understanding which will transition them to a successful life course.

The Maranacook Community Middle School Program will support this mission by:

* offering challenging, integrated curricula that build on the basic skills needed to succeed in every day life.
* using a variety of teaching and learning approaches that meet the individual learning needs of each student.
* assessing student performance in ways that promote self-reflection and learning.
* providing for maximum flexibility in how learning opportunities are organized.
* creating policies and curricula that foster health, wellness, and safety.
*providing comprehensive guidance and support services for all students.