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UPCOMING EVENTS/ANNOUNCEMENTS * For the 2014-2015 school calendar see Calendar menu above.
Now annoucing our new students of the month!
8th grade: Caleb Boivin 7th grade: Austin Soucy 6th grade:Marek Widerynski
There will be a flu shot clinic for all Winslow students and staff on October 17th. Students need to return their paperwork by October 8th. Click HERE for more information on the inactive flu vaccine, HERE for the active flu vaccine, and HERE for the paperwork.
Bring your parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters and some imagination to the Winslow Elementary School on .
You are sure to have a good time designing and building your own cardboard creation! There is no cost. Packaging tape or duct tape will be greatly accepted. Snacks and beverages available for sale to support the Imagination foundation. For more information about Cardboard Challenge and how this inspiring movement began with a nine year old boy visit
Don't miss the WJHS fall drama production of "Unplugged" on October 27th and 28th in the WJHS auditorium at 7pm.
Ever wondered if you live without technology for 30 days? That’s the question in this smart and fun play by award-winning playwright Laurie Bryant. Ten years ago, tiny North Creek, Wisconsin became “The Most Wired Town in America” thanks to a contest-winning essay from local resident Abigail Rickman. As their prize, SOLOtech outfitted the entire town with state-of-the-art wireless technology. In present day, the citizens of North Creek do absolutely everything virtually. But thanks to Apigail, Tom Morris, the founder of SOLOtech, starts to wonder if they'd all be better off without technology. Despite the protests of his assistants, he offers the town $30 million dollars to unplug for an entire month. With a host of “plugged in” teenagers, an online science teacher who relishes never having to dress professionally from the waist down, and Winston, a virtual hamster whose very life is dependent on SOLO technology, the residents of North Creek learn a valuable lesson about moderation and the time and place for technology in our lives.
The staff and students at Winslow Jr. High School raised $100 during Suicide Prevention Week. Staff paid $1 to wear jeans for the day, and students donated $1 to wear a hat.
The money raised will be donated to Crisis and Counseling, an agency that strives to work with anyone with mental health and substance abuse needs.
Great job, Raiders!!
Need to create an Apple ID for your student? Click here to learn more.
Don't forget that the Student Council Flagship movie booklet fundraiser is going on now! Click HERE to see the flyer or see Mrs. Washburn or Mrs. Byrne for more information or click HERE.
Please click below for school supply lists:
WJHS has changed to block scheduling. For more information, please click here.
Want to share your opinion about books? Click here for Ms. Perry's padlet wall and start talking! Or just see what others have to say. See Ms. Perry for the password.