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
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
Episode 1 of the Black Raider News
Congratulations to Samuel Lambrecht who has been named a candidate in the
Congratulations to the following students for placing in the local SkillsUSA competition last week at MMTC! Click here to read the full list.
2nd Quarter Report Cards were sent home with students on Tuesday, January 31st. For anyone failing or in danger of failing, report cards will be mailed home.
Coming up in February, 2017- The Maine Integrated Youth Health Survey
In February, students at Winslow High School will be asked to take an anonymous health survey. The data from this survey is used at the school, county and State levels. It supports grant funding, assessment of student needs, and the design and evaluation of health related programs. You will receive more information on this survey closer to the time of survey administration and will have the opportunity to review its contents if you wish. You have the choice of whether or not your child will take this survey. Your child will also have the option of whether or not to participate in the survey on the day it is given.
Winslow High School Goes to College
Each year students from Mr. Smith's World Geography classes construct a map of Europe. Students research a topic and create a key to display their data. The maps are then used to learn about the region.
BY Kit Potelle
How a heart does grow?
It might have been the first practice we had
Those nervous smiles edged with uncertainty
Turning genuine when unclear became clear
That realization of what this was about
Perhaps it was the warm-up circle
That night before the first game
Seeing many become one
Shouts of "I believe" ringing in the gym
Maybe it was the first basket that was scored
Just seconds into our start
Taking some of the anxious butterflies away
Giving a hint of excitement to come Possibly it was the pointing to the crowd
The airplanes down the court
The fist bumps and high fives
Or the celebrations for any score
Was it the fans that came in?
Wondering what the buzz was all forThe community praising that "new team"
Sharing joy and cheers with all there
I wonder if it was the off court stuff?
The recognitions in the hall
The standing ovations at assemblies
When the names weren't known beforeI think it was the confidence
That could be seen growing among them all
Heads held a little higher
Standing taller than before
So when words escape me
And I try to explain what this did for me
All I can think of is this and much more
And realize... It's not hard to explain how a heart grows
WHS Awarded First Place in One Act Regional Competition Congratulations!
Special commendations were awarded for ensemble acting and stage combat. Alex Jason got a judges' commendation for sound design, and Mel Chapman, Cassie Thomson, and Cameron Fredette got commendations for acting. Wyatt Hughes was named to the All-Festival Cast. Wow!!! Great Performance!International Thespian Society
Winslow High School has become a member of the International Thespian Society. WHS is Troupe 8258. The first members who qualified with hours recorded for the various stage productions are: Emily Pellerin, Calli Lavarnway, Maria Poirier, Emily Cates, Cassie Thompson, Tyler Harriet and Bria Crosby. Congratulations!
MMTC Local Skills Championships
Congratulations to Winslow High School student champions!Automotive Service Technology: silver-Tyler Pooler
Gold medalists will compete at the State Skills USA Championships
on March 3 and 4 in Bangor. Click here for Sentinel Article.
Cabinetmaking: gold-Hillary Libby
Commercial Baking: gold-Harley Fitch; silver-Chyanne Bizier
Criminal Justice: silver-Alison Bouchard
Digital Cinema Production: bronze-Demeka Roderick
Information technology: gold-Kurt Hamar;
Medical Math: bronze-Samantha Pomerleau
Medical Terminolgy: gold-Samantha Pomerleau
Nurse Assisting: gold-Samantha Pomerleau
Preschool Teaching Assistant: bronze-Kiana Richards
Related Technical Math: gold-Joshua Morissette;
Friday, November 6th. The morning started with a motivational speech by Laurie Lachance, the President of Thomas College. Then 500 students and staff boarded buses heading off to visit one of eight Maine colleges.
Congratulations to all our teams that have now completed their seasons!
Thomas College Computer Competition
Jordan Maxell, Josh Morissette, Ben Lemieux, Sylas Rayborn and Jacob Crosby competed against 14 other Maine teams. The competition had three main events, Cyber Security, Robotics and League of Legends. Team members belong to the WHS Computer Club and are CyberPatriot competitors. Congratulations! Select the link for the Sentinel Article.
NEWS and HEADLINES
GO BLACK RAIDERS!
Student of the Month
Sarah Stevens, Grade 11, was chosen for academic excellence, acceptance of others and citizenship.
After finishing a great sophomore year, Sarah has picked up right where she left off to begin her junior year. She is an excellent student, and always strives for perfection in her work. She never hesitates to add to class discussions, and is a true leader in the classroom. She has a great personality and sense of humor, and plays an integral role to all of the sports teams and activities she is a member of. Because of these reasons, Sarah is a perfect choice for Student of the Month.
Anne Lindeman and Scott Greeley, signed a Letter of Intent to play Field Hockey at Franklin Pierce College, NCAA Division II. Her head coach is MaryBeth Bourgoin and assistant coaches, Lori Fredette and Cheryl Winkin. Jason Briggs is Athletic Director.
Freshman Emily Glidden Honored for Service
Congratulations for your service! Emily was chosen from 200 nominees to receive the Young Maine Volunteer Roll of honor. She logged over 300 hrs. of service. She received recognition and an award at a recent Portland Pirates game along with 29 other recipients. The volunteers were recognized on the red carpet between quarters for their service. Emily also received the Presidents Volunteer Service medal and a certificate from the Maine Commission for community service.
Jessica Greeley Signs
Letter of Intent
Alyssa Burbank was recently honored with a Prudential Spirit of Community Award. Alyssa was a finalist for the award and received an engraved Bronze medallion.
New Information on Guidance Page for Seniors and upcoming events.