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Before you head out for school supplies, here are our supply lists for each grade:

Please consider donating needed items for student health such as shampoo, conditioner, soap / body wash, deodorant, combs / brushes, etc.   Thank you for your support! 

Congratulations to Aidan Larabee and Emma Farnham on receiving the Whitaker Outstanding Student Award for 2018.  The award is for two students who show exemplary scholarship, service, character, citizenship, and leadership.  

Student of the Month

Winslow JHS highlights a student each month who shows character, scholarship, citizenship, leadership, and community service.   Introducing our new students of the month!

Congratulations to the 8th grade student of the month, Mckayla Fortin!

Our newest student of the month is the epitome of helpfulness. She is kind, considerate, helpful, polite, on task, honest, and respectful. She will not only do what is expected of her to the best of her ability but goes out of her way to help teachers, friends, and peers.  She is selfless and always thinking of others, gets along with and is a friend to everyone, is very personable, and is always smiling and bringing positivity to everything she does. Team 8 is thrilled to announce our student of the month is 

Mckayla Fortin.  

Congratulations to the 7th grade student of the month, Michaela Demers!
Congratulations to the 6th grade students of the month, 
Maddie Preble and Travis Letourneau!

Congratulations to the staff and contributors of Winslow Junior High's first ever Literary Magazine "It's Gonna Be Lit!" The magazine was released Tuesday, June 5th and included contributions from all grades at the school, each reviewed by three staffers in order to select those for publication. We're proud of the leadership team especially (pictured here): Editor-in-Chief Steven Sloat (8), Creative Director Nick Weiss (8), Managing Editor Anna Lakey (8), and Business Manager Alyssa Spaulding (6). These founders hope the magazine will be the first of many and are looking for staffers and an advisor for next fall.  The magazine is available for circulation at the Winslow Public Library and to review in the WJHS school library. We still have issues left, so interested buyers can purchase them at the front office until they're gone ($3 for 1 or $5 for 2). We also hope to sell them at the Talent Show on June 19th.

These baseball themed projects from Mr. Doiron's class are a hit! 

Mr. Doiron's Hands on Tech class made these sweet candy dispensers! 

Check out the video Ms. Brackett's students made as part of the 

YouTube Video

In celebration of Autism Awareness month, Mr. Wood's students made shirts and a bulletin board that reminds us that each of us has great talents, abilities, and dreams.  

Recently the 6th grade homerooms had a friendly competition to see who could collect the most cans of cat food to benefit the Waterville Humane Society. The collection was a huge success with over 600 cans donated. In 3rd place was Mr. Sturtevant's homeroom, in 2nd was Mr. Hersom's homeroom, and in first place, pictured here, was Mrs. Dineen's homeroom. Mrs. Dineen's homeroom was able to take an after school trip to the shelter where they delivered the food and visited the animals. Great job everyone!

Congratulations to Sam Schmitt and Damien Gilley for placing second at the state wrestling meet! 

Check out the key holders Mr. Doiron's class made! 

Congratulations to Mr. Clark and the 17 members of the WJHS jazz band who were able to make the trek to Millinocket for their 9AM performance at the MMEA State Middle School Jazz Festival, held at Stearns HS. The band earned a Bronze and improved on last year’s States score by 3.5 points - all while missing 15 members from our band that performed at District 4 in February.  Special thanks also goes to Mr. S for volunteering his Saturday to support our students!

Congratulations to the WJHS Odyssey of the Mind team for winning the Mockumentary Seriously Division II competition in the Challenger Region in Brunswick! 
Team members are Aidan Larrabee, Aidan Warme, Ryan Yang, Derick Capp, Miles McIntire, Anna Lakey and Alaina Lambert. 

Mrs. Jurdak's homeroom made blankets with fabric donations for the homeless shelter. Thank you for being a wonderful example of citizenship and service in our school!  

Mz. E was recognized by current and former students for her passion, dedication, and care for students after being nominated for teacher of the year a few years in a row.  Thank you for your hard work, Mz. E! 

The 6th grade wrapped up their canned cat food drive for the Humane Society for a grand total of 621 cans! 
Thanks to everyone that helped, including staff and some 7th and 8th graders. The results of the homeroom competition are: 3rd place: Mr. Sturtevant with 112 cans, 2nd place, Mr. Hersom with 156 cans and first place Ms. Dineen with 235 cans. Ms. Dineen's class will be taking a trip to the shelter after school next Wednesday to deliver the food and play with the animals.

Check out the cell phone holders students made in Mr. Doiron's hands on tech class! 

Congratulations to the Excelerators on their programming award at the Lego League State Championship! Read more here. 

Check out the wonderful projects from Mr. Doiron's class including 3D printing and nail art. 

Thank you to SSG Travis Mills for visiting our school 
and inspiring our students and staff! 

Before you head out for school supplies, here are our supply lists for each grade:

Please consider donating needed items for student health such as shampoo, conditioner, soap / body wash, deodorant, combs / brushes, etc.   Thank you for your support! 

Renaissance Letter

Please consider taking the BrightBytes survey that the MLTI program requires. This information is helpful in regards to our school using this program. According to BrightBytes, the survey should  only takes around 10 minutes. Thank you! 

Check out the bat houses made in Mr. Doiron's class! 

Winslow Jr High competed in two teams at the Lego Robotics competition on Saturday Nov. 19th at Spruce Mtn High school. 31 teams from all over the states competed for the chance to advance to the State competition. Both of our teams qualified for the states and competed on Dec 10 at the Augusta civic center. Our Robotic Raiders team also won the 'Strategy & Innovation' award, and The Excelerators team won the 'Programming' award. 
Great job to both teams on an exciting day!

Check out the bird and squirrel houses 
and some 3D printing examples 
from Mr. Doiron's Tech Ed class

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