Welcome to Medway Middle School!

MMS is a grades 5-8 school in Medway, Maine. With a student population of a little over one hundred, we serve the communities of Medway, East Millinocket, and Woodville. Despite our size, we are proud to offer our students many wonderful opportunities, academic, athletic, and in the arts. Students and their education are our top priority!

Family Survey about Hybrid Learning

With the first half of trimester one under our belts, we are seeking feedback about how your learner and your family are managing. Education and safety remain our top priority and we are continually evaluating the best way to fulfill both. Your feedback is very important to us. We care deeply about our students, their families, and our community and will continue to make our safety and educational decisions with that at the forefront of our minds. Thank you for your time and your feedback.

Family Hybrid Learning Survey

 

Guidelines for Health and Safety

Please read the letter from Mrs. Ballard regarding possible COVID symptoms when deciding whether your child should attend school. 

Guidelines for Families

Daily Pre-Screening Tool

 

Return to In-Person Learning

Students who are currently remote may reassess their choice at progress reports and report cards. The next date for reassessment is: Nov. 24th
Families MUST call the office to make this change. 

Framework for Returning to In-Person Instruction

Hybrid Learning: The Essentials

School Board Meetings 

Next Medway School Board Meeting: November 9th at 5:00 p.m. 

You may attend in person or via Zoom with the link below. 

 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84443788494

School Accountability

Medway School Department uses state assessment data to inform our practices at the school, classroom, and student level. Although state testing provides a great deal of information, it is important that families understand that they may opt their child out of this testing. If you prefer to do this, please submit a request in writing to Mrs. Dickinson.

The Maine Department of Education releases a report for each school district and school every year. These reports provide assessment data, as well as other student data for students in grades 3-8 and 11. You will also find information about teacher qualifications. Maine state law requires the community has access to those reports. By accessing the ESSA dashboard, you can review the report for Medway School Department and districts statewide.

ESSA Dashboard