Brooklin School students in the Boat Building Class taught by Eric Blake.

Deer Isle-Stonington High School students and staff sporting their holiday attire!

Deer Isle-Stonington Elementary School grades 3 and 4 doing Thai Chi at the Reach Center.

MMA does a program for middle and high school students at schools and camps that is a one-day intro to MMA and the career opportunities in the maritime field. It involves a tour of campus, an opportunity to try out our bridge simulator, a science or engineering lesson with one of our faculty and a harbor tour on one of our boats, as well as lunch. The goal is to get students in the 7/8th grade interested in STEM as research shows that an exciting math or science experience in middle school is the #1 predictor of a STEM career.

The Sedgwick students are working with their teachers and Ms. Sarah to make some incredible projects! They are learning about design, art, science, and math all while having fun!

All 1000 feet of boardwalk on The Deer Isle Stonington Elementary School Nature Trail is officially completed, there is even an outdoor classroom and display kiosk!

Brooklin Elementary Students carving pumpkins!

Everyone from Head Start through 4th grade attended the Frogtown Puppeteers show and we also filled out the audience with other local schools and community members. In the afternoon, the second graders were invited to the REACH stage to each make their own puppet during an hour-long hands-on workshop with all three puppeteers! The show and workshop, was paid for through donations to the REACH Performing Arts Center at this year's annual gala in August.

Opera House Arts, DISES, and Explorations Learning Center sponsored another contra dance residency for third and fourth graders this week. Chrissy Fowler, dance caller and educator led Class Acts: Contradance & Physical Education, engaging students in the traditions of New England Contradance.

DISES had lots of trick or treaters on Thursday for Trunk or Treat. A big thanks to our PTO for organizing and keeping this tradition going despite the weather. Fun!

DISHS student Mason Plummer dressed as long time employee Terrance Siebert for Spooky Day! (Pictured with employee Susan Siebert)

Tara Mckechnie DISES Principal getting recognition for all her hard work and dedication from the PTO.

DISES After School walking club!

DISES Kindergarten taking a hike on the newly completed Nature Trail.

Sedgwick Seventh-grade students at Camp Kieve.


Brooklin students in action!

Sedgwick Pre-K making homemade apple sauce with Head Cook Rose Kane!

DISHS students in the outdoor life class.