"East Millinocket Schools will empower our students to dream, aspire, and achieve."

Nestled among the tall pines in the shadow of Mt. Katahdin, the East Millinocket Schools are located in the beautiful Katahdin Region and serve as the public schools for the Towns of East Millinocket, Medway, and Woodville. 

Opal Myrick Elementary School consists of grades Pre-K to Grade 4.  Grades 5 to 8 attend Medway Middle School which has been a long-time educational partner with the East Millinocket Schools. 

Schenck High School consists of grades 9 to 12 and offers a rigorous curriculum ranging from dual enrollment college classes to AP and honors classes.  A very popular Outdoor Education Program trains students using adventure based experiential learning opportunities to become outdoor enthusiasts and skilled in traversing the wilderness terrain that is abundant in this Katahdin Region. 

East Millinocket Schools, while retaining many of its fine traditions, continues to explore options to enhance educational opportunities for the students of the Katahdin Region. 

Medway Middle School

Town of East Millinocket

Katahdin Area Higher Education Center

Northern Penobscot Tech Region III

Veterans Day

Thank you to Retired Master Sergeant Galen Thompson for visiting our Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade classrooms to tell us all about why we celebrate Veterans Day: what it means to be a Veteran, what freedom means, and what the flag stands for.  

 

Student of the Quarter

*To be issued to one student from each grade (9-12), each quarter

Congratulations to: 

Wyatt Stanley - Grade 9
Alyssa Stanley - Grade 10
Regan Currie - Grade 11
Andrew Goulas - Grade 12

For more information about the criteria for Student of the Month, please go to this page.

"Paws"itive Behavior Recipients for October

East Millinocket and Medway Performing Arts:

Alice in Wonderland

Pictures by the Schenck Yearbook Committee

Gloria C. MacKenzie Performing Arts Center

Thank you to the Gloria C. MacKenzie Foundation for their generous grants for the renovation of the Schenck Auditorium - renamed the Gloria C. MacKenzie Performing Arts Center.  Mindy MacKenzie cut the ribbon before our first performance of Alice in Wonderland. 

Pictures by Ben Barr