GAHS Student Selected for Boys Nation!

Exciting high school news... Adam Fortier-Brown has been selected to attend Boys Nation. He was at Boys State the week after school finished and will now head to Washington very soon!

Below is his picture (far left) with the other Maine delegates. Adam will be a senior this fall.

Summer Central Office Hours

The Central Office will have the following hours this summer from June 23rd to August 15th.

Monday - Thursday, 7:00 am - 4:30 pm
Friday, Closed

Summer Reading and Events at Gardiner Public Library

The Summer Reading Program "Fizz Boom Read" starts at the Gardiner Public Library on June 23. Come on in for more information!

A Young Adult Raffle will start June 23 to July 14 for a Barnes and Noble gift card. Teens will fill out a slip each time they finish a book that was checked out from the Gardiner Public Library.

Historical Gardiner Scavenger Hunt on July 10 from 4:00 to 5:00 in the Hazzard Room of the Gardiner Public Library. Middle school students and up will discover with the help of staff from the library about historical places in Gardiner.

Another Young Adult Raffle will run from July 15 to August 11 for a gift card for a local business. Teens will fill out a slip each time they finish a book that was checked out from the Gardiner Public Library.

Soft Sculpture Workshop with Adrienne Beacham for middle school students and up on Wednesday, July 23 at 10:00 am in the Hazzard Room. Supplies will be provided.

Books to Movies will have a book discussion on August 12 from 6:00 to 7:00 to discuss the book If I Stay by Gaye Foreman.

Student Attends Meeting at Holocaust & Human Rights Center of Maine

As the top student in her Holocaust & Civil Rights English elective, GAHS Senior Shelby Gianelli was invited to attend the annual meeting of the Holocaust & Human Rights Center of Maine, held June 1st at Bates College. She is seen here pictured with Holocaust survivor Ed Benedikt and his wife Ruth. Ed escaped from the Nazis via the famed "Kindertransport" and was sheltered in England for five years before being reunited with his parents. Both he and Ruth, a retired teacher, impressed Shelby with their dedication to tolerance education.

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