Performing Arts Calendar 17-18

Senior, Hillary Libby won gold at the State SkillsUSA competition in Cabinet making.  She will move on to The National SkillsUSA competition in Louisville, KY. Congratulations and Good Luck at the Nationals!

CyberPatriot Team - placed 1st in the State Silver Tier and moved on to regional Cyber Defense competition.

End of Winter Sports Season Congratulations to Our Teams for a Great Season!

Boys Hockey Team defeated Brewer 5-3 in a Quarter Final Game but, then lost to Waterville 2-0 in the State Semi-final.

Boys Basketball (10-8) Loss to MCI in Pre-Lims

Girls Basketball (15-3) Loss to Houlton in Semi-Finals.

Wrestling - Devon Vigue-1st place, Ryan Fredette 1st place, Pat Hopkins 2nd place, Nat Beckwith, 2nd place, Ben Abbott 3rd place. Team - 4th place in States

Girls Ice Hockey (3-15)

Girls Swim - 19th in States

Indoor Track - Girls Relay, 4X200 finished 8th - Sara Doughty 10th in the 200M - Paige Smith 4th in long jump and triple jump - Ben Smith 5th place in 55M and 9th place in the 200M

Congratulations to Jacob Varney, who was selected by WHS staff as "Student of the Month for March. Jacob was nominated for Volunteerism and Citizenship.
Josh Varney Student of Month February
On a recent outing club trip involving 26 students and adults with 24 kayaks and canoes, Jacob was super helpful. He would fall back in the group to make sure all paddlers were accounted for.  He was quick to help people launch and pull their kayaks from the river. He volunteered to help unload and load all of the equipment, without ever being asked to give a hand.  He is also making great strides in all of his classes to have a successful year, academically.

Congratulations to Alexa Petrovic, who was selected by WHS staff as "Student of the Month for February. Alexa was nominated for Academic Excellence, Citizenship and Acceptance of others.

Alex Petrovic Student of the Month February
Alexa is a student who exemplifies the characteristics of leadership, integrity, and honesty. As a leader she was chosen to represent the State of Maine at the Jobs for Americas Graduates Leadership Academy in Washington DC. She has also been chosen to represent Winslow High School at the Hugh O’Brien Leadership Conference in May of 2016.  Alexa is a student that is always choosing to better herself. She chooses to work hard and learn from the many experiences that are offered to her.

Winslow Football Class C State Champions!!!

Winslow 24 -Yarmouth 10
Alec Clark named Waterville Sentinel Football player of the Year AND Coach Mike Siviski was name Football Coach of the Year. Congratulations!

Congratulations to Cory O'Connell who was selected by WHS staff as “Student of the Month
Cory O'Connell Student of the Month” for January.  Cory was nominated for:
*Academic Excellence
*Acceptance o
f others

Cory is a reliable student, and a very hard worker.  A quiet leader, his work ethic sets the tone for others in class; and although quiet, does not hesitate to share his thoughts on issues as they come up, or to show his sharp sense of humor when needed as well.  He is active in numerous sports and activities at Winslow High School, and is a pleasure to have in class.

Winslow At the Sea Dogs in June

Chad Bell throwing out first Pitch - SeaDogsWHS at the SeaDogs

Congratulations to WES second grade teacher, Patty Scully, on receiving a   National award for excellence in teaching.  Read more.

Dylan Hapworth named "Baseball Player of the Year" by the Waterville Sentinel. Read the article.

Winslow Varsity Baseball Coach, Aaron Wolfe, named "Baseball Coach of the Year" by the Morning Sentinel. Read the article