A Message from Rick Riley-Benoit

We are already preparing for next year! In the beginning of May we will be asking parents to sign up for bus transportation for the coming year.  This should help us get bus routes done much earlier in the summer!

Parent pick-up and drop-off: Please make sure you pull all the way forward when both dropping off and picking up students in the parent pick-up line. Having 6-7 students loading at the same time speeds up the process for everyone!

For your planning purposes, as of right now, the last day of school for students is June 18. It is an abbreviated day for students.

Student Council Leadership

The Student Council Leadership Team has planned a Spirit week for next week! The Themed Days are as follows:

Monday: Sports Day! Dress like an athlete or wear your favorite team gear!

Tuesday: Beach Day!  NO SWIMWEAR!!

Wednesday: Students dress as Teachers, teachers dress as students!

Thursday: Mismatch/wacky outfit day.

Friday: Red, white and blue day.  Go Patriots!

GNGMS Drama Club                    

The Gray/New Gloucester Middle School is proud to present THE NIFTY FIFTIES on April 4, 5 and 6, 2024 in the GNGMS cafeteria. Curtain will rise at 6:00P.M. sharp. Come join us for this musical adventure back in time to the 1950s! It is sure to delight one and all.

Admission will be $8.00 for adults. Students and seniors will be $5.00. The doors will open at 5:30P.M. Don’t forget that we also will have our fabulous bake sale available before the show and during intermission. We look forward to performing this show for all of you!


The April 1 deadline is quickly approaching to order a 2023/2024 yearbook.

The cost is $22. To order please go to jostens.com. Click on the link and search for Gray. Any questions regarding ordering, please reach out to Ms. Babbin at ebabbin@sad15.org.


Registration remains open for spring sports on our district website under the athletics tab. There will be an informational parent meeting on Monday March 25, at 7P.M. in the Middle School Cafeteria.  Coaches will also be in attendance.  Please reach out to Mr. Welch at dwelch@sad15.org with any questions.  

Outdoor Track is available for all grades, Baseball is available for grades 7 and 8.  Softball, and Boys and Girls Lacrosse are also available to grades 7 and 8. It is possible that these teams may allow some 6th graders if needed.


On March 15, the University Singers from the University of Maine in Orono, under the direction of Professor Francis Vogt, performed for the 5th & 6th grade classes at GNGMS, as well as chorus and band students from the middle and high schools. The Singers performed a wide variety of choral repertoire, ending with their signature piece, Jabberwocky, followed by the University of Maine Stein Song.  We were proud to see GNG alum, Sabrina Fisher, performing with the flagship group. Many thanks to the University Singers for their outstanding performance and to our chorus parents who hosted a lunch for the visiting group.


On March 29, from 7:00-9:00P.M., the Cadillac Team will be hosting a Spring themed Dance for grades 7 & 8.  Dress is casual. There will be concessions. Come join in the fun! We are looking for donations for the concession table – individually packaged snacks and beverages. Please no sodas or caffeinated drinks.  Donations can be dropped off in the front office.  Please see School Policies and details below.


Our Social for grades 5 & 6 will be on March 29, from 2:00-4:00P.M. Team Moosehead will be hosting and providing the games and fun for this event. Snack and drink donations are welcome.

All school policies and dress codes apply to students while at the Social and Dance including cell phone use.

    • The cost of admission is $5. Food and drinks will be available for purchase.
    • A Social permission slip will be sent home and must be signed by parent/guardian and brought to the Social to attend.
    • A yearly Dance Contract must be signed and submitted to the office to attend.
    • We need parent volunteers to help chaperone the dance! If you are interested, please complete the volunteer application in the main office or on the MSAD 15 website and the district will run a background check. Approved applications are good for the 2023/24 school year.
    • If you are willing to donate any individually wrapped food items or drinks, all of the proceeds will benefit the hosting teams.



Updated  March 22, 2024