Archive for the ‘Community Service’ Category

Be Part of Our Change

June 25, 2020
Recently, a group of employees gathered via zoom to share our own emotions regarding the horrifying murders of Black Americans and the resulting protests, including a Black Lives March here in Bethel. The overwhelmingly heartbreaking…Read More

Art Workshops Announced for 10th Grade Four Point

February 6, 2020
Tenth Grade Four Point is about service and expression. Students partake in service projects and engage with the local community, but they also get an introduction to the rich art community in Maine. Each year…Read More

Skiing Isn’t Always About Competition

January 15, 2020
Maine Adaptive “Maine Adaptive is a really special program that is close to my heart,” says senior Cammy Simard. “I have met so many people with really inspiring stories. Sometimes I think I learn more than I…Read More

Alumna of the Year, Elizabeth McLellan ’69

November 22, 2019
Elizabeth McLellan ’69 Receives Alumna of the Year Award During our Alumni Weekend festivities Alumni Board President, Courtney Walsh ’89 presented Elizabeth McLellan ’69 with the Alumna of the Year Award for her work with…Read More

Mookasaurus Rex – Gould’s Therapy Dog

November 15, 2019
It’s a drizzly, cold day, and students are hanging out in the cafe space downstairs in Hanscom Hall. Snuggled into one of the booths with the kids is a large, extremely fluffy golden retriever with…Read More

Tenth Grade Four Point

March 10, 2019
Saturday, March 7 – It’s a Wrap People Sophomores came together for a special dinner tonight to show off their handiwork of the last four days. A number of parents happily joined in the celebration…Read More

Does Earth Day Matter? [VIDEO]

April 25, 2018
Of course, Earth Day is enormously important, but why celebrate one day a year when we should really adopt an “Every day is Earth Day” mentality? Gould celebrates Earth Day to jumpstart an awareness in…Read More

Martin Luther King Day – A Day of Service

January 17, 2018
 For Gould, Martin Luther King Day isn’t a day off, but a “day on.” It’s become tradition to utilize the time as an opportunity to give back to the community. Classes break into groups…Read More