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WJHS News   

This Friday, 1/19, at the dance, we will be having a fundraiser for the Humane Society. For each can of cat food you bring in, you will get a raffle ticket for drawings during the dance. You can also purchase tickets for 50 cents each. All profits go to the Humane Society. 

On January 23rd the Humane Society will be visiting the 6th grade for an assembly to kick off the cat food competition. You might see some furry visitors here that day! The winning 6th grade homeroom will get to take a trip to the shelter after school. 

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

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, Isabella Strout! 

  There is a Yiddish word-Chutzpah. If you have chutzpah, you value your opinions and say what you think, without worrying about hurting someone's feelings, looking silly, or getting in trouble.  But having Chutzpah means more than that… it means doing the right thing even if it means going against the crowd.

Albert Einstein said- “Doing what is right is not always popular, and what is popular is not always right.”  Not an easy rule to live up to in middle school. But we feel like our student of the month is striving to do just that.


Our 8th Grade Student of the month is also a hard worker, strives to do well, wants a clear understanding and asks questions, is always willing to help others, is pleasant and polite. In addition, she is friendly, genuinely empathetic,  a great conversationalist, and down right spunky. Congratulations, Isabella!




Congratulations to the 7th grade student of the month, Noella Pepin!

We would like to introduce you to an amazing student, relatively new to Winslow Junior High. She is wonderfully creative, seriously motivated, and very mature.

This individual is always kind to others; she’s an all around good person.

This student consistently gives teachers more than what is asked for.


She is amazingly thorough in her work -- meticulous, makes sure every assignment is her best work. She ask clarifying questions. This student has such a positive outlook on the world. She has made a good adjustment to Winslow Junior High and we are certainly glad she’s come to us.

Congratulations to Noella Pepin, Grade 7’s student of the month for December!



Congratulations to the 6th grade student of the month, Justin Rogers !






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

The first three weeks of the No Shave November competition! 



Thank you to everyone who donated items to our annual turkey basket drive. 
These will go to families in need in our community. 
 

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


Congratulations to our Renaissance sweatshirt recipients and 
best of luck in high school! 

Congratulations to our Whitaker Award recipients, Olivia Tiner and Justin Bolduc, for their citizenship, service, work ethic, and character.  




Check out these projects from Mr. Doiron's class: "Students created toolboxes, portable cat feeders, art supply organizers, castle caddies and more in our hands on project class!" 


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.

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




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.


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.