Welcome to the Winslow Junior High School Website!
 

Welcome to our new Junior High School staff!   Mr. Briggs, Mrs. Gagnon, Mr. Doiron, Mrs. Jolicouer, Mrs. Cyr, Mrs. Diaz, Mr. Hersom, Mrs. Woodbury

WJHS News  

A Long Overdue Thank-you!

I would like to thank all of the parents, students, staff, colleagues from other schools, and other members of the greater Winslow community for the overwhelming love and support showered on me at the April 6 Spaghetti Supper and beyond. Oh my! There have been so many times recently when I have found myself without words to adequately express how grateful I am for the myriad ways people have come forward to offer me help, as well as their healing thoughts and prayers. I may have grown up in a fairly well-off town, I may have come “from away”, but this is where I feel truly blessed and at home. My heart is full. Thank you!


- Mizzzzzz E


Looking for a summer camp? Interested in writing? Click here to check out the Young Authors Camps!

If you'll be a 9th grader in the fall and are interested in writing, check out this free opportunity to write this summer: The Maine Writing Project and Maine Public Broadcasting are offering Raise Your Voice Workshops -- free, two-week, summer writing experiences for high school students. It will take place July 24th - August 4th from 8:30 A.M. to noon at three locations, including Thomas College in Waterville. A great team of MWP teacher-consultants will lead each camp with a mix of time to write, explore new ideas, try out new writing techniques, and connect with other young people who enjoy writing and have their own ideas on how to make the world a better place. Apply to join this  this free and friendly, dynamic environment by completing the Raise Your Voice Workshops online application. See or email Mrs. Jones with questions or for more information. 

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! 

8th Grade: Kaylee Nadeau 

Kaylee was chosen as the 8th grade student of the month because she is an engaged learner who always asks questions, a hard worker, and a thoughtful, genuine, and friendly student. Kaylee is also actively involved in school and civic minded, participating in activities such as Civil Rights Team and Odyssey of the Mind.  Kaylee's humor and love of puns is appreciated by teachers and peers alike. Congratulations, Kaylee! 

7th Grade: Ethan Loubier 


Ethan was chosen as the 7th grade student of the month because he is a distinguished student. Seventh grade teachers describe him by saying, "what sets this particular student apart goes beyond the quality of his school work and delves into the quality of his character.  He shows a maturity far beyond his years, being able to combine a relaxed, humorous personality with a focus unique to the most dedicated of students.  Ethan demonstrates compassion to others, a terrific sense of humor, and renders a calming, positive influence on students and staff.  It is with great pleasure that we award this student of the month to Ethan Loubier." Congratulations, Ethan! 

6th Grade:   Caleb Marquis 

Caleb was chosen as the 6th grade student of the month because he is friendly, dedicated, helpful, conscientious, hard working, thoughtful, well rounded, athletic, and takes pride in doing well. Congratulations, Caleb! 


Congratulations to the winners of our annual Write Stuff competition! 
Elli Dow, Alaina Lambert, Emily Raynes, Kasondra French, Haley Martin, Paige Spears, and Jade Crimmins. 


Thank you to all of our students who made a difference shoveling out our community members. Read the article here or watch the news story.

Recently the 6th grade had a friendly competition among homerooms to collect cans of cat food for the Humane Society in Waterville. On March 1st the winning classroom (Mr. Sturtevant's) took a trip to the Humane Society where they were able to take a tour of the shelter and spend time with the animals. Overall the 6th grade class collected almost 600 cans of cat food! Congratulations to the top 3 homerooms!
3rd place; Ms. Dineen
2nd place: Mrs. Tompkins
1st place: Mr. Sturtevant 
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE!

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!


The final results from the Winslow Junior High School Movemeber challenge are here: 
Congratulations to Mr. Preble for being voted as the winner of the Movember challenge! 

Participating staff members shaved their faces on Oct. 31st and pledged not to shave again until Dec. 1st to bring awareness to men's cancer health issues. Each Monday pictures were taken and posted and staff, students, and community members voted at the end of each week whose facial hair is the best. Proceeds will be donated to the cancer society in the name of Winslow Junior High School. Congratulations and thanks to all of our participants!




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





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



Please take a moment to respond to this survey about the proposal for the Winslow Junior High School building. Thank you! Click here for more information about the future of Winslow Junior High School.


Laptops Replacing iPads at the Junior High: Changes are coming this summer to the State of Maine MLTI program that provides devices for 7th and 8th grade students.  The Department of
Education decided to replace their devices a year early and offer schools the choice of iPads or laptops for the next cycle of the MLTI program.  Our Junior High chose laptops for students next year, so students will be receiving 11 inch MacBook Airs.  Unfortunately, our
schools are not being given the option to purchase the current MLTI devices.  You can find more information on the MLTI program at  www.mlti.org


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





Want to ski with others from AOS92? Click HERE for more information about Ski Club and HERE for their calendar.  Email Gayle Giguere at gigue@aos92.org for more information.