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2017-18 Important Dates to Remember

Here is a link to list the important dates from now until the end of the school year. This list could change and be updated at any time so keep checking it!

Mr. Wade has created a twitter account so that he can share what he and his students are working on in Science class. If you have a Twitter account, here is his account name and if you don't yet, be sure to sign up and follow!


Mr. Fehnel and Mrs. Ulrickson's crews are doing a food drive to benefit the food bank here at Warsaw Middle School. We will be collecting non-perishable food items from Monday, March 12th through Friday, March 16th.

The theme is Be A LifeSaver, Get a Lifesaver. As students donate they will receive a small thank you of a lifesaver mint. Collections will be done during morning crew at school.

If any community members would like to make donations to the food bank, they can be brought into the Warsaw office at any time.


Warsaw Middle School raised $1001. 27 for officer Cote and his family!

The project was started as a "Cash for Cote" fundraiser.

JMG students took over the efforts and added a little competition between Crews by changing it to a "penny war."

The two crews that brought in the most money were awarded Dunkin Donuts gift cards.

Mr. Campbell's Crew decided to carry on with the "pay it forward" theme and added their card to the pot! So proud of our Warsaw Middle School Community!

Warsaw students had special guests visit the school. Retired music teacher Mrs. Webber and Forest who is training to be a working guide dog.

Mrs. Webber now trains dogs for Guiding Eyes For the Blind. After his training, Forest will be placed in a home to assist a blind person. Mrs. Webber demonstrated to the students what she teaches and also how the general public should act when encountering a working dog.

This demonstration ties in with the literacy piece that the Weinstein/Collins crew have been working on. The Collins/Weinstein Crew are also collecting pet food for the month of January.

The Warsaw Middle School's 8th grade students hosted a gallery opening of their "You Be the Judge: Justice Through Art" expedition artwork last Friday, January 19th .

Here are a few responses from the event:

"WOW!!! The 8th grade students and team have put on an amazing gallery exhibition at 113 North Lancey Street. The talent, thought, inspiration, passion, communication,and professionalism is incredible. They all have a tremendous amount to be proud of. We all do. Well done!!"

"So impressive on so many levels!"

"It truly was amazing!! So proud."

Local news covered the event and the links are below:



Congratulations to our own Marisa Weinstein for being selected as the 2017 recipient for the George N. Parks Leadership in Music Education! We're so happy and proud of her!

Upcoming Events and Reminders

This is a friendly reminder to parents that for safety reasons the back parking lot at Warsaw is not a drop off spot for students in the morning. Thank you

2017-18 School Day

7:55 am - 2:45 pm Mon, Tues, Thurs. & Friday 7:55 am - 1:40 on Wednesday.Attendance/Tardy Information:

Students enter the building at 7:50 am and have 5 minutes to get to their first room for attendance. They will be marked tardy at 7:56.

Students should not arrive on school grounds until 7:30a.m. as there are no teachers here for supervision until that time.

If your child will not be attending school, please call the office by 8:00 am to let us know. Otherwise you will receive an automated call from the school indicating that your child is absent and asking for you to call. Warsaw office number is 487-5145.

Warsaw participates in the Box Tops For Education Program. Box Tops For Education is one of Warsaw's largest fundraisers. Please remember to clip those box tops and send them to school! It makes a difference! Thank you for your support!

Sherry Littlefield, Principal Brian Cole, Asst. Principal

167 School St.

Pittsfield ME 04967 Tel: 207-487-5145

email: slittlefield@msad53.org email: bcole@msad53.org