Welcome to Winslow High School's Website!           

Chad Bell, Principal
Richard Hendsbee, Assistant Principal
Winslow High School
20 Danielson St.
Winslow, Maine 04901
Phone: (207) 872-1990
Fax: (207) 859-2450
Chad Bell

Greetings students, parents, staff, and community members.   As the Principal of Winslow High School, I want to welcome you to our website.   The goal of the website is to provide all stakeholders with useful information.  It is also important for us, as a school, to highlight the successes of our students both in and out of the classroom.  Please check the Winslow High School website frequently for updates. Chad Bell, Principal



2nd Quarter Progress Reports are now available on Infinite Campus.  Students who have failing/near failing grades will have a copy mailed home.

Congratulations to students who earned high honors, honors, and honorable mention for quarter 1! 

Congratulations to Weslee Littlefield who signed a letter of commitment to play at Ohio University and will receive a scholarship to play field hockey! 










Congratulations to the 2018 Winslow High School 


Congratulations to Natalie Greene for receiving the Maine Principal's Award in recognition of her academic excellence, outstanding school citizenship, and leadership. Principal Bell noted in making the award, “Natalie’s positive presence at Winslow High School has been instrumental in making WHS a warm and welcoming place for students.  Natalie can be called upon to get things done when the need arises. She has been an integral part of making sure that unified basketball has been a positive experience for so many students, not to mention for community members!”  Click here to read more. 




Unified 2018.mp4


"What Do You See?" 

What do you see when we come running?

Is it the joy barely contained in our faces

The determination that we carry in our shoulders or

Is it the unbridled enthusiasm some of us always seem to convey?


What do you see?


Do you see those changes in us?

The voices that didn't speak, but can now start conversations,

The anger that slammed doors, but can now be held back a bit more,

The loneliness at school that has become high fives and fist bumps in the hallways


What do you see?


Do you see the lessons we're teaching without you really knowing?

As we charge into the world with brave excitement

Proclaiming our value yet revealing some vulnerability

Love, courage, and acceptance displayed


What do you see?


Do you understand these gifts that we bring to you?

Seeing things from the inside out, and not the outside in

Sharing ownership of self without worry

Granting peace and gratefulness wherever and whenever we can


What do you see?


Have you noticed how we’ve changed you?

Are your hearts becoming more complete?

Have your emotions been caught off guard?

Do you perceive others in a more compassionate light?


What do you see?


Can you see the pride that we carry with us?

Strong wills leading to achievements

Lives that are magnificent and filled with perfection  

Tell me please, what do you see when we come running?



Tell me please, what do you see when we come running?

Lives that are magnificent and filled with perfection

Strong wills leading to achievements

Can you see the pride that we carry with us?


What do you see?


Do you perceive others in a more compassionate light?

Have your emotions been caught off guard?

Are your hearts becoming more complete?

Have you noticed how we’ve changed you?


What do you see?


Granting peace and gratefulness wherever and whenever we can

Sharing ownership of self without worry

Seeing things from the inside out, and not the outside in

Do you understand these gifts that we bring to you?


What do you see?


Love, courage, and acceptance displayed

Proclaiming our value yet revealing some vulnerability

As we charge into the world with brave excitement

Do you see the lessons we’re teaching without you really knowing?


What do you see?


The loneliness at school that has become high fives and fist bumps in the hallways

The anger that slammed doors, but can now be held back a bit more

The voices that didn’t speak, but can now start conversations

Do you see those changes in us?


What do you see?


Is it the unbridled enthusiasm some of us always seem to convey?

The determination that we carry in our shoulders or

Is it the joy barely contained in our faces

What do you see when we come running?




Congratulations to Mr. Keenan! He was recognized by the Maine Principals' Association for the Larry Labrie Award for outstanding service to interscholastic activities.
 

Congratulations to all our teams that have now completed their seasons!









NEWS and HEADLINES

GO BLACK RAIDERS!

 Student of the Month


Elizabeth Farnham was selected as student of the month for her compassion.  
As one teacher says, "Elizabeth is the poster child for the word 'kind.' She is pleasant to everyone, whether she knows them or not. Now it is easy to say - 'gee, what a nice kid' - but in this case it cannot be overstated. I literally have never seen her be less than sweet to anyone, no matter the situation. In fact, I recently heard her say that she almost said something rude to someone but then didn't. To the people who know her, she is a meticulous, responsible, hard-working person. She is a member of Seeds of Peace and never misses a chance to make the world a better place. She is always busy but takes the time to communicate her schedule so that she is not overcommitted. Elizabeth has participated in many Drama productions, where she is willing to do any job, no matter how unglamorous, and gives the same amount of detail and nuance to leading parts and ensemble characters alike. She is a marvelous actor but also acts a a role model to younger students. Her grades are impressive, but it is for her unwavering kindness that I'd like to nominate Elizabeth Farnham.
Congratulations, Elizabeth!