Dear Hall-Dale Community: I am looking for a host family in the Hall-Dale district for Beka, an exchange student who is attending Hall-Dale this year. He is currently living with a temporary “welcome” family in Richmond. Could anyone open their home to Beka as his host family? Or do you have friends or neighbors who could? Hosting is a wonderful opportunity to share American culture and values with a teenager from another country, while also having an opportunity to learn about another culture and another part of the world. Host families do not have to have high-school aged kids (or any kids). Beka is 17 years old, and comes from the country Georgia. He loves sports and is currently playing soccer at Hall-Dale. He wants to play basketball this winter, and he also enjoys swimming and training at the gym. In his free time, Beka enjoys listening to music (Led Zepplin and Bon Jovi are some of his favorite bands) and he enjoys watching shows like Game of Thrones and Prison Break. Beka is looking forward to celebrating American holidays like Halloween and Thanksgiving with his host family, and would also like to teach you about his country and culture. He likes younger kids, and he has no allergies. Volunteer host families provide their student with a bed, three meals a day, local transportation, and a warm welcome as part of the family. Exchange students can share a bedroom with a same sex host sibling within 4 years of their age. Exchange students have their own spending money and have illness and accident insurance provided by their sponsoring organization (in this case, Greenheart Exchange). To learn more, please contact: Liana Knight, firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-737-9781. Many thanks!
HDMS Phone lines are currently not reliable. If you don't get through via telephone, you may email the middle school directly at HDMS@kidsrsu.org. Sorry for the inconvenience.
HDMS HS is currently experiencing phone line issues. If your call does not answer, you can email email@example.com. We are working to resolve the issue as quickly as we can.
HDMS Supply List Posted has been posted. Check your email, the HDMS web site or click here. https://5il.co/9fjm
Hall-Dale MS & HS phone lines appear to be functional once again. Hoping they stay that way. We apologize for the outage.
There are issues with the main telephone lines into the Hall-Dale Middle and High school. Please use this number to get through: 626-0106. We are working to correct the issue with the phone company. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Sr. Capstone Presentations are tomorrow! In years past we've asked senior parents for donations of bottled water and snacks for the "senior lounge" where students congregate when not presenting, which have been greatly appreciated, as well as providing water for parents waiting for presentations in the library. If you would be willing to bring something, here is a link to a google doc where you can sign up: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CkBqaH1ymWAZZ9f1OhiP3yl9vo0eg0lc7-ZHZhqNJyE/edit?usp=sharing
Monday, April 9 No late buses. All after school activities and practices cancelled.
It's that time again... the Winter Sports Banquet is scheduled for Wednesday, March 13th at 6:30 PM in the High School cafeteria. The Winter Banquet will feature a dessert and fruit buffet in the cafeteria followed by coaches awards etc. and then break out groups according to your respective sports for a recap of the season. Locations for the break outs will be given at the end of the ceremony. We are asking for dessert and/or fruit donations from families attending. Please keep in mind that you do not need to supply enough for all attendees (i.e. 10 brownies not 50). Boosters will be providing beverages and supporting the athletes and coaches with their awards. If your donation comes in a dish or pan you wish to keep, please retrieve it before the breakouts.If you have questions or are willing to help with set-up, please contact Rani Sheaffer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Broadway Disney tickets on sale
Notice of phishing emails that may appear to come from RSU2. Read more here: http://www.kidsrsu.org/article/93426
Tip off for the girls varsity playoff game is in 15 minutes
Today's Girls Varsity game versus Traip is beginning at 4:00 due to expected weather.
Game time for tomorrow's Varsity Girls Basketball playoff game against Traip Academy has been changed to a tip off time of 5:30. Looking to beat out the storm.
Girls win on last second layup by KK Willis at Dirigo!
Two hour delay this morning at Halldale. Please be safe!
Today's Varsity Boys Basketball at Madison has a time change. Tip off will be at 6:00 with NO JV game.
Don’t feel like cooking? Come to HDHS Key Club Italian Dinner fund raiser to benefit the food pantry. 5-7PM. HDHS cafeteria!!!
Girls Varsity and JV games at Carrabec today have been postponed due to Carrabec having an early dismissal.
Halldale is closed today due to inclement weather. Please be safe.
The Hallowell Fire Department is organizing a Fire Department fundraiser in the form of a massive bonfire of Christmas trees, on January 5 at 5:15 down at Granite City Park by the waterfront. The idea is that people get rid of their trees by paying the Fire Dept. $10 to throw their tree on the growing pile. Tree drop off is that day from 3-5:00. And then they set off a massive (hopefully) fire. They have arranged for the Taiko drummers to add to the excitement.
With the icy road conditions the entire RSU has a 2 hour delay
Halldale Schools are in session, on time this morning. It is only Monmouth that has a delay. Please drive carefully and enjoy your Friday!
Dear High School Parents: There is a change in location for Parent Teacher Conferences tonight. Instead of in the high school gym, teachers will be in their individual classrooms. This is still carousel style, meaning you just stop by at your convenience. 3:00-5:00, 5:30-7:00
Odyssey of the Mind at HDMS Odyssey of the Mind is a creative, problem solving program. Student teams work on a long-term problem for months which involves science, engineering, drama, art, music and performance. They also practice spontaneous problems, short hands-on and verbal problems that require teamwork and creativity. This program is focused on student leadership, working as a team and creativity. It is also a lot of fun. Coaches guide students, but students are in charge of everything from building vehicles, to making costumes, to setting schedules. More information is here: http://www.meodyssey.org/ The organizational meeting will take place next Tuesday, (October 23) after school, in the library.
Are you a creator, a problem solver, and someone who loves a challenge? Are Legos and robotics among your favorite things? If so, the First Lego League Robotics team is right up your alley! If you are interested in becoming part of a team dedicated to solving challenges with robotics, join us for our first team meeting this Friday after school in the library. Find out how you can be part of this exciting opportunity! Use the form below to sign up. Can't make the meeting this week but want to be a part of the team? Sign up anyway so you continue to get information. See you Friday! Sign up form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdO3Na9wVqU5Bpw6gd1rc9j4cDRPYMbUANXk7rxZKpvSNDiNA/viewform
Hall-Dale High School Boys Soccer Game postponed until tomorrow.
Hall-Dale Middle School Sports: All games and practices cancelled for today, Thursday, October 11, 2018.
Good morning! A reminder that Friday is our Day of Caring. Please dress appropriately.