This is the website for the AP English Literature’s online literary magazine, The Seahawk Script. This site will function much like the previous site, but has a new look. We have tried to make this resource more accessible to students, with clearly defined sections. Please explore this site, and discover all the exciting content created by students. New articles will be posted regularly, so make sure you check back often! You can also choose to follow this blog by putting in an email address. Just look on the sidebar for the follow widget. New articles will appear below, so make sure to check in regularly!
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On March 16th, all students from grade 8 through 12 was given a chance to browse just a few of the summer job and career opportunities open to them. There were 28 tables set up by local and community organizations. Some of the organizations include the Coast Guard, Hannaford, Boothbay Register, and Boothbay Harbor Country Club, just to name a few. The event went on all day to give each student ample time to get ideas about different career options. The job fair was a requirement of the Melmac Grant granted by the Melmac Education Foundation for $18,000.
The Lincoln County republican and democratic caucuses took place on March 5th and 6th, respectively. A little over 700 people attended the March 5th Republican Caucus at Wiscasset Middle High School. U.S. Senator Ted Cruz received 325 of 746 votes and won with 43.5% of votes. New York billionaire Donald Trump received 270 votes or 36.1%. Ohio Governor John Kasich received 92 votes or 12.3% and U.S. Senator Marco Rubio received 50 votes or 6.7%. In the state of Maine, Senator Cruz won the Maine caucus with 45.8% of votes. Trump received 32.6% of votes. Kasich earned 12.2% of votes and Rubio received 6.6%. On Sunday, March 6th, the democratic caucus was held around Lincoln County. Almost 3,000 people came out to support their candidate and cast their vote in the primary election. At the end of the day, Hillary Clinton ended with a total of 30 delegates. Bernie Sanders ended with a total of 61 delegates from around Lincoln County. Sanders also won the State of Maine caucus with a total of 64.9 percent of all votes.