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Home of the Tigers

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Principal Paul Theriault

From Principal Theriault's Desk:

Greetings from Shead High School, "The Destination High School".


 

My name is Paul Theriault, and I serve as the principal of Shead High School in Eastport, Maine. We are a small, rural, award-winning public high school on the beautiful coast of Maine. If you look at a map of Maine, follow up the coastline to that point at the eastern tip. You will find us there.

I have lived in the Eastport area most of my life. I graduated from Shead High School as did my wife and two daughters. My roots and belief in Shead run deep. I am proud of the work that we do everyday to help students learn and achieve. Being a small school helps us make this happen because of that personal connection between student and teacher. Our mantra is, "We Make it Personal."

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View From the Hill: Spring 2014
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View From the Hill: Spring 2014

Shead High School's Spring News Letter Now Available


 

Have you been wondering what has been going on at Shead High School recently? Well, you can get your fill of Shead High School news in this edition of "View From the Hill". The Spring 2014 Edition inlcudes articles about: the School Committee opening campus, the naming of Honor Parts for the class of 2014, Shead students' trip to the National College Fair in Springfield, MA, an entrepreneurship course for Shead students through the Down East Business Alliance, a rebirth of WSHD radio, and much more.

What to hear more? You can read the complete newsletter online or download a copy by following the link below. Happy reading.

View From the Hill: Spring 2014

Spring Sports in Full Swing
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Shead High School Sports

Spring Sports in Full Swing


 

Spring weather has finally arrived in Downeast Maine, and Shead High Schools' Spring sports are finally underway. Whether you are a fan of baseball, softball, tennis or just Shead High School, the coaches and players appreciate your support and would love to see you at games and matches. You can find team schedules to print using the links below, keep track of the results and standings by visiting the Maine Principals' Association Fan Central Page and read the highlights by visiting the Bangor Daily News Sports page.

Be sure to keep an eye on our Events Calendar for any schedule changes and feel free to contact our Athletic Director Robert Davis or Principal Paul Theriault with any questions. It's a great time to be in Downeast Maine, and it's a great time to be a fan of Shead High School Sports.

Shead Spring Sports Schedules


 

2014 Baseball Schedule, 2014 Softball Shedule, 2014 Tennis Shedule

Ms. Poole and the CDC Participants

Shead High School JMG Students Shine at Career Development Conference


 

On April 30, 2014, the JMG students from Shead High School took all the information they have learned this year and put it to the test at the Career Development Conference in Augusta. Six JMG juniors and seniors competed in events all day at the Augusta Civic Center. Students were required to dress professionally, create and set up their own booth, participate in events, communicate with judges, and were encouraged to mingle with students from all over the state.

The JMG students from Shead are happy to announce that the results were good! As a collective team at Shead High School, we brought home the Golden Tab Award for collecting the most soda tabs for the state of Maine in an effort to help recycle them for the Ronald McDonald House. Together, we saved over 90,000 tabs (63 pounds)!! The 2014 Career Development Conference was a huge success and plans are already under way for next year!

Many students also won recognition for individual and team efforts. To learn more and see more pictures from the event, please click on the "Read More" link below. read more

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Shead High School in the News

Shead Featured in The Atlantic and the Bangor Daily News


 

At Shead High School, we pride ourselves on being true to Wahsington County by "making it personal". At the same time, we are "on the creative edge" and making news. Follow the links below to find out some of the exciting things that are putting Shead High School in the news.

Deborah Fallows profiles Shead High School for The Atlantic's American Futures Project in "Report From Rural Maine: What It Takes to Make a School"

Tim Cox profiles Shead High School's "Cultural Studies: Gaming, Narrative and Culture" class for the Bangor Daily News in "He's got game: Shead High School teacher offers course in online gaming"

Games are-for Art
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Playing Games, Supporting Kids and Art

Shead High School's Gaming Marathon Fundraiser


 

On April 12, 2014, Shead High School's "Cultural Studies: Gaming, Narrative and Culture" class and other interested Shead High School students held a 12-hour gaming marathon to raise funds for the Eastport Arts Center and Eastern Maine Medical Center's Child and Adolescent Care Center. Prior to the event, students collected sponsors to contribute funds to these groups. In exchange for the contributions of sponsors, students played video games at Shead High School from 9 am to 9 pm. Twenty-one students particpated in the Gaming Marathon on April 12th, 2014. They played a total of 246 hours of games raised over $2500.

This event would not have been so successful without the hard work of the students and the open hearts of their sponsors. Mr. Brigham sincerely appreciates the great generosity displayed by both the students who tirelessly sought donations and the kind individuals who generously donated to this event. It is truly outstanding that we reached our fundraising goal of $2500 and can provide both the Eastport Arts Center and Eastern Maine Medical Center's Child and Adolescent Care Center with $1250 of support.

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