Gould’s Top 10 Moments of 2019 [Plus a Bonus Pick]
As we get ready to ring in the New Year, we wanted to take a moment to remember a few of the highlights of 2019. Clicking each image with give you more of the story.
We won’t have space to list them all, but we invite you to scroll through our mashup page to see some other things that happened this year. What were your 2019 Gould highlights? Please share in the comments below.
Laurin Parker ’94 offers a new science elective/co-curricular that combines ecology and fly fishing.
The plastic bag ban orchestrated by Maddie Williams ’19 passes in Bethel.
“Donny” (aka Olympian Troy Murphy ’10) pulls a bottle of Moxie from the podium at graduation.
Mookie gets his official campus therapy dog credentials.
Ian Dorsey ’04 at Mast Landing in collaboration with Allison Stevens ’99 releases Alumni Weekend, a custom-brewed American pale ale, for Alumni Weekend replete with Lauren Head design.
Wish your year was this eventful?
The board of trustees names Tao Smith ’90 as next head of school, starting July 1, 2020.
Students use their underwater drone to help the Portland Water District locate the original 1868 intake in Sebago Lake that had been abandoned in 1952.
Bethel is named “Best Ski Town” by USA Today.
The Maine Mineral & Gem Museum officially opens.
Gould’s new T-bar on the competition venue at Sunday River makes its inaugural run.
Bonus Pick! Jim “MC” McLaughlin makes a surprise appearance at Yulefest after a year of medical leave.
What does 2020 have in store for us at Gould? Follow us on social and watch as events unfold!