Update: February 5, 2018

Leave A Legacy...
       Personalize a brick or seat and become a permanent part of the Greely Center for the Arts  Greely, the home of generations of talented students and inspiring teachers, is a community - supportive of the arts - past, present & future. 
Through the building of the Greely Center for the Arts, have the opportunity to celebrate the arts and our community. Leaving a Legacy recognizes a talented student: a kindergartener who loves to sing, a 5th grader learning an instrument for the first time, a graduating Madrigal singer, or a Greely Grad who’s now on Broadway! It honors a special teacher, an inspirational and supportive family member, or celebrates your love of the arts.  By naming a seat or brick at the Greely Center for the Arts you make a lasting impression. For a one-time, tax-deductible contribution we engrave the inscription of your choice on a seat nameplate or brick in the walkway.

Leaving a Legacy supports the future of the arts in MSAD #51. To purchase you…

Update: January 26, 2018


Update: January 3, 2018

HAPPY NEW YEAR!New Bike Racks for Greely Middle SchoolGMS students Adam Jacobson, Caleb Croce, and Ray Woodcock have created bike racks for our PT & OT bicycles with support and guidance from Speech & Language clinician, Jen McCullum, Occupational Therapist, Alicia Dostilio and her student teacher Sharan, and special education teacher, Derek Burow. Thank you to all of them for their hard work. As you can see, the racks are well constructed and are helping us keep the bikes organized and stored safely out of the way of hallway traffic. Thanks to each of these enterprising students!

GHS Debate Team NewsFour Greely Debaters recently showed great promise in recent tournaments.  Zack Whiting jumped to the varsity level in Congressional Debate; the Senate.  Grant Dresnok also recently joined him and served as Presiding Office of the Senate and passed a successful amendment to a bill up for debate.  Additional honors went to Ben Hall and Carson Bell, who took 2nd place and 3rd place i…

Update: December 19, 2017

Niche once again ranks MSAD #51 the 5th best school district in Maine for 2018, the second year in a row. GMS 6-8 ranked 6th best middle school in Maine and GHS ranked 6th best high school in state.
Anti-Defamation League Peer Trainers Congratulations to our Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Peer Trainers!
This year Greely Middle School 6-8 trained 17 new students in the Anti-Defamation League World of Difference Peer Trainer Program. We are so proud of this group of students for taking time out of their busy lives to take up this important work. The students learned about the importance of diversity, cultural sensitivity, and anti-discrimination. They delved deeply into the subjects of bullying and harassment, and plan to share this learning with 6th graders in their health classes. Way to go!

Assistant Principal of the Year for the State of MaineCongratulations to Greely High School's Assistant Principal, Jayme Jones for being named State of Maine's Assistant…

Update: December 5, 2017

Math Team NewsThe Greely High School Math Team has been doing great this season! They are currently in 1st place in both their division (Pi-Cone South) and in the Medium School Division. Below are some current standings: 
Pi-Cone Division:      Madison Albert is in 1st place for freshman      Matthew Smith-Erb and James Brouder are in 16th and 18th place for juniors, respectively      Gregory Pershing and Peter Theodores are in 1st and 3rd place for seniors, respectively      Gregory, Peter, and Madison are in 1st, 4th, and 10th place overall, respectively
For the entire state MAML (Maine Association of Math Leagues):      Greely is in 5th place overall      Madison Albert is the highest scoring freshman in the state, and 39th overall      Gregory Pershing is in 2nd place overall      Peter Theodores is in 17th place overall

Project Sticker Shock Collaboration with GHS and Casco Bay CAN
Project Sticker Shock is a project that brings community members, youth, law enforcement and local businesses …

Update: November 27, 2017

PAC Construction Update The construction for the PAC has continued on schedule.

Masons are on site and have completed the firesafe wall that connects the two buildings together.    The site work is ongoing, however the storm drains have been installed and substantial loads of dirt has been brought in to shore up the site. The foundation walls are almost finished and the digging has been completed for the elevator and orchestra pits.

A safety concern was raised regarding the sidewalk on campus near the construction site. We have extended a temporary sidewalk to ensure student safety around the construction gates.

Over the next few weeks, steel beams will arrive on site and the structure will start being framed. This will provide a visual of the size and scope of the building.

Community Dialogue Event
On the evening of November 9, 100 community members comprised of students, parents, citizens and staff came together to dialogue about MSAD #51's next Strategic Plan.

Participants lea…

Update: October 17, 2017

Performing Arts Center Construction UpdateTrenches are being dug for the foundation of the Performing Arts Center along with the laying of rebar to support the foundation. Concrete has started to be poured and should take approximately 6 weeks for completion. Truck loads of fill are being brought in to shore up the base where the building will be. 

School Resource Officer UpdateWe have been aware of several Facebook posts that were written regarding the SRO (School Resource Officer) position.  Some parents and community members had posted that the district was eliminating the position. Please know this is not accurate. The district has no plans to eliminate the School Resource Officer position. 

Parents & community members should always feel comfortable reaching out to school and district administration around topics that arise. 

Falmouth Cumberland Chamber of Commerce MeetingOn Thursday, October 12, Ashley Caswell, community development & resource manager and Mark Bay, pathway…