The Class of 2017 would like to thank those of you that came to our stew supper. We hope you left with smiles and a full belly!
Thank you for your support!
The Washburn Varsity Club would like to thank the attendees, donators, students and staff that made the Supper Auction possible.
These events take time, coordination, and the spirit of giving. Many of you have gone above and beyond for our district and its students and their success is a direct result of that.
We thank you and appreciate your continued support!
“Making Friends with the IEP”
Presented by the Maine Parent Federation
Tuesday, November 24 at 3:00PM
David J. Lyon Washburn District Elementary School IEP meetings, IEP Teams, the IEP, timeframes, notices, and evaluations can be confusing and overwhelming. Join us as we follow the IEP process and review common terms and definitions.
Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and will receive a copy of the Maine Unified Special Education Regulations. This workshop is designed for parents, foster parents, or anyone who has, or works with, a child between the ages of 2 and 20 years old who has an IEP or 504 Plan.
This presentation will be approximately one hour.
What’s better than the smell of warm cookies and fresh pie?
Not much, actually.
BUT that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the smell of a clean vehicle! Or give the gift of removed wrappers and clean floor mats this holiday season.
The Washburn Woodworking Club is now offering Deluxe Detailing Gift Certificates.
Each certificate is $50.
For information contact Don Hanson at 455-4501
or any member of the Woodworking Club!
The students and staff of Washburn District High School would like to invite our community members to join us November 14 at the WDHS Gym for the Annual Varsity Club Supper/Auction.
Tickets are $6.00 each
Time: 5:00/6:00 PM
You can contact the school at 455-4501 or any Varsity Club member to purchase.
Thank you for supporting the WDHS Varsity Club!
Students studied buoyancy, surface area, water displacement and density.
They also learned the composition of concrete and how different aggregates can affect the consistency and outcome of the project. The boats all floated and 1 split in half.
Valerie Flood and Jenica Harris had the boat with the largest weight held to weight of boat ratio.