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UPCOMING EVENTS/ANNOUNCEMENTS * For the 2013-2014 school calendar see Calendar menu above.
Next year WJHS is going to block scheduling. For more information, please click here.
Now announcing our new students of the month!
8th Grade:Breanna Martin 7th Grade:Edin Sisson 6th Grade:Madalyn Phillips
Did you know that the WJHS Civil Rights Team recently enjoyed an evening with the Sea Dogs? Civil Rights Teams across the state were recognized for their efforts in their schools at the game. The Civil Rights Team also went to the play "Life in a Jar," the story of Irena Sendler and the children she saved during the Holocaust. Interested in joining the team? See Mrs. Wood in room 203.
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.
Congratulations to all of the students who earned recognition at our Renaissance Assembly; keep up the good work!
Thanks to everyone who participated in our Cabin Fever Reliever week and helped us raise money for local heating assistance!
Contest winners Ashley Dineen, Maysi Jolin, and Katie Stevens present the town manager with a check to give families heating assistance.
Students show their school spirit by dressing up for twin day and superhero/celebrity/movie character day.
Even the staff had a great time participating in Cabin Fever Reliever week!
Congratulations to our spelling bee winners! 1st place: Nathan Jandreau, 2nd place: Adam Bickford, and 3rd place: Jacob Bigelow.
*See the Activities page for pictures from our recent Raider Rules skating trip!*
A reminder that online evaluations for students and parents who participated in winter sports can be found under the Athletics section of our website. Your feedback is very important to us. Please also see the Athletics page for other updates on meeting and events.
Did you know that Ms. Brackett's students went to a robotics competition? The robotics tournament involves two parts: First they need to program the robot to do tasks related to a natural disaster (the theme of the tournament) and second, they need to find a problem that involves being prepared, surviving, or rebuilding and then create a solution to that problem. After they come up with the solution, they must share that solution with experts in the field and create a presentation of their work for the tournament. Check out her 7th (The Wolverines) & 8th grade (The Excelerators) students competing below:
8th Graders (The Excelerators)
7th Graders (The Wolverines)
Thank you to everyone who brought in donations for the Waterville Animal Shelter!
A great big "Thank You" to our 6th and 7th graders who participated in the King Arthur Life Skills Bread Baking Program. The students attended an assembly and learned the science behind bread baking and recieved their own baking kit. Over the weekend, the students baked two loaves of bread, kept one, and returned one to school to be donated. This was not a mandatory project, so imagine our surprise when we received an astounding 170 loaves of bread on Monday. We donated half the loaves to the Homeless Shelter and the other half to the Evening Sandwich Program. The spirit of giving is alive and well at Winslow Jr. High School!
Thank you to all of the students, families, community members, and staff who contributed to the turkey basket drive! See final pictures of our turkey basket collection below!