Please enjoy our 2021-22 promotional video which highlights the students, staff, and programs offered at Bath Tech. Thank you to the MELMAC Educational Foundation for funding this project. The video can be found on our website, YouTube Channel (https://youtu.be/QG5AFmd9nd8
), and our Facebook page.
Early Childhood Education students purchased and wrapped presents to give to a local family during the upcoming holiday season.
Medical Science learned about cells this week and how they are the basic structural and functional units of the body.
PIE PICK UP -- If you are picking up your Thanksgiving Pie, please walk up to the front of the school and you can knock on the Culinary door (which is to the right of the main entrance). If you aren't sure, please call 443-8257 (press 1) and we can help you out. Pies must be picked up Monday or Tuesday 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Culinary has been hard at work making 300+ pies for Thanksgiving! (And I bet you thought you had a lot to cook for the family dinners!)
Our Bath Tech students were at the BIW gates at 5:30 a.m.! Thank you for the generosity of the BIW workers who contributed to our Skills USA competition teams.
The Carpentry program collaborated with the Age Friendly Communities of the Lower Kennebec to design and build three concrete chess and checker tables to be installed in Downtown Bath. The students created the molds, mixed and poured the concrete, and created the inlaid tile boards. There will be an intergenerational opening event on Saturday, November 6th with refreshments and an opportunity to play a game on these new tables! To see more pictures, please check out this week's newsletter which will hit Facebook and our web page on Friday.
Culinary Arts create culinary delights for Open House for Merrymeeting Adult Education.
Bath Tech CNA students went out for their first day of clinicals this week! Best of luck to these students and their future in healthcare.
Please join us for the SET FOR SUCCESS event on Saturday, August 28th from 10am to 2pm at the New Morse High School (826 Shipbuilder Drive in Bath) gymnasium! We hope to see you there! For more information on Set for Success, visit: https://www.midcoastyouth.org/set-for-success/
Morse and Bath Tech had two unexpected fire alarms today. Neither of these alarms was due to actual emergencies but rather issues with our new system. The Bath Fire Department did respond to the school in order to assure that the building was safe for students and staff to reenter.
Upon review of all recent COVID-19 cases with our Maine CDC outbreak investigator, our school physician, Dr. Amina Hanna, and our School Nurse, Katrina Barter, we are confident at this point that all cases were a result of community spread and that no in-school transmission or transmission during athletic programming has taken place. Therefore, Morse and Bath Tech will return to in-person learning this Thursday and Friday, April 15 and 16.
We understand that some schools are still remote and are not permitted to participate in person. Those students should check Brightspace for a remote assignment each day.
REMINDER OF IMPORTANT DATES:
Friday, February 12: Remote Day All Students
February 15-19: February School Break
Monday, February 22: Remote Day All Students
Tuesday, February 23: Remote Day All Students
Thursday, February 25: First day student day in the new school will be Cohort A
Friday, February 26: The first day in the new school for Cohort B
Tomorrow, February 2nd, will be a traditional snow day. There will be no in-person school or remote learning expectations due to the weather forecast and the potential for significant power outages in our area. Thank you and have a nice evening. (Message from RSU 1 Superintendent, Patrick Manuel)
"There will be no in-person classes in RSU1 today, Thursday, December 17th, due to the weather forecast. Students are expected to participate in the remote learning activities planned for today. Please check Brightspace for instructions from your teacher. "