On Saturday May 25th, the CHS prom took place at the Calais Maine Army National Guard building. Prom was well attended, and the scenery was well put together and very attractive. Thanks to everybody who attended and especially those who worked hard to set up this important event. (Pictured left, a group of CHS alumni pose for pre prom photos.)
In April, the CMHS student council continued the seven year traditional of holding the annual Hunger Games. The Hunger Games dinner seeks to stop hunger by raising money for local food pantry sources. This event is always an incredible success and this years was no different.
On Saturday May 4th, CMHS will be hosting the Washington County Honors Music Festival in the school gym. The concert will begin at 5:00PM. Cost is $5 adults and $3 students. Hope to see you all there!
The CMHS band received a letter of praise from State Senator Marianne Moore. The band was praised for their talents and conduct, and invited to perform at the State House. This is a fantastic honor! Great job to Ms Proefrock and all students in the CMHS music department!
At a recent school board meeting, the school board decided to keep the current cell phone policy at CMHS. This policy allows phones to be used only before the 7:30 bell and during a students lunch period. Below is the full description of the cell phone policy.