October 2014
28 29 30 1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
19 20 21 22 23 24 25
26 27 28 29 30 31 1
Washburn District High School has some of the most dedicated and talented athletes in the County. 
As the soccer season comes to a close we would like to give tribute to the senior class athletes--many of whom have played all four years.
Our seniors are exemplary models of what it means to be committed to excellence and to always strive for success. We know they will go far in any endeavor that they undertake.
Congratulations on a job well done! 
Michael Ericson, Alex Pelletier, Noah Farley, Kenny Irving, Cameron Bragg, Tyra Shaw, Mackenzie Worcester, Joan Overman, Mikayla Churchill, Catelyn Coulombe


Last Updated (Friday, 17 October 2014 11:38)



We hope you had a wonderful break!

Last Updated (Thursday, 16 October 2014 07:30)


Weight Equipment Available

(2)Weight benches with barbells

Universal Gym

Butterfly Press


For a small donation you can pick up/haul off any of these items.

Proceeds will benefit Washburn Athletics.

If you have any questions contact WDHS (455-4501)

Last Updated (Thursday, 18 September 2014 08:59)


Dear Parents,

We understand how hectic the start of a new school year can be, but it is vitally important that we receive the student forms sent to you this summer. These forms allow us to treat and care for your children with up to date information and emergency contacts. 

If you have not already done so, please return the mailed forms to the school with your child. If you no longer have these forms, please contact Mrs. Sherburne at the high school (455-4501) or Mrs. Drost at the elementary school (455-4504).

Also, many of these release forms are available right here on the website's top menu. Simply click the 'student forms' tab and print the documents.

Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter!

Last Updated (Thursday, 28 August 2014 15:16)


The students of WDHS are very aware of the Ice Bucket challenge phenomenon that is sweeping the country.  When we explained to them what it was about, about the disease ALS, and why this has caught on, they wanted to do something about it.  So here we are as a school. We have raised  $425!!

We are here to challenge our neighbors to help make a difference and join in this worthy cause.  We officially challenge our neighbors, Caribou High School AND Presque Isle High School, AND OUR RIVALS, Fort Fairfield, Central Aroostook, Ashland, and Easton to do the ice bucket challenge, do your own fundraiser to match or exceed what we have raised for this cause.  Watch the Peter Frates video. We challenge you to do this by the end of labor Day Weekend.

Please take the rest of  this tongue in cheek-

So Caribou get with it, PI-you are hesitant to scrimmage us but you may want to join with us for this cause, Fort are you real tigers or just little kitty cats, Mars Hill are you furousious panthers or just PINK panthers, Easton are you real bears or just a little kids cuddle toys, and Ashland are you stingers or stinkers?  

Washburn here goes-

W   D   H   S   Hooruh!!!!!!



 You can donate here: http://www.alsa.org/


Last Updated (Thursday, 28 August 2014 11:54)

Latest Events
Fri Oct 24 @12:00 - 2,00,pm
High School Soccer vs Hodgdon (girls)